Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1932
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A6VAkcB./Ai^b^A^tl>%A. ( .^i^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOS8UTH COUNTt ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded In 1901 Entered as Secona-uiass Matter December 31, 1908, at the Postofflc» at Algona, towa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYEBS W. B. Quarton H. W. Mille- QUARTON A MILLEU Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 114 Algona, Iowa. * J. L. HONAK "" Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. .Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa BUI/LIVAN, McMAIION * LINJf A> J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahoi Li. B. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., »0» 8. El. McAi., 403. Algona, Iowa HABIUNGTON A DICKINSON T. P. Harrington L. J. Dicklnaoi Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 28; T. P. H., 44< E. J. VAN NESS, G. W. 8TII,LMA> Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algona, low* O. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SHUMWAY ic KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office In Qulnby Block Phone 58 Algona, low* L. A. W1NKEL Atttorney-at-Luw Office In Qulnby Building Phone 180 HIR.AJI B. WHITE Attorney-at-Laiv Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206. Algona, Iowa P. A. DANSON Attorney. At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 4GO-J.; Res. 316 DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug- Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. ' C. H. CUET/MEYER Physician and Surgeon Office in John Oalbralth Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 Algona lows P. T. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office. 606; residence, 86' Algona, Iowa WALTER FRASER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. UOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 21J W. D. ANDREWS, D. 0. Ostcopathlc Physician and Surgeon Located over Hub Billard Parlor. Phones: Office 1ST, Res. 688. R. A. EVANS, M. D. Over Eorchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, office 306. Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas and novocalne used for ex traction. Located over Christensen Store. -Phones: Business 106, residence 470 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX ';'*•;•} J. B. W1XKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona •Phones: Office, 475-W.; res. 475-R. BUILDING CONTRACTORS COWAN & SON General Contractors Estimates Furnished . Phones: Business, G3U-J; res., 8t MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WOEKS Machinists and Welders Service Stock on . Piston Rings,.Pins, and Bearings West of Courthouse Phone 55} INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $15,000,000 worth of Insuranct In force. A home company. Safe eecure. J. o. Paxson, Secre'tarj City Property Loan's Farm Loans Insurance. Real Jflstate. CUNNINGHAM & LACY 107 W. State St. Algona, Iow» JOE GREENKKRG New and used Auto Parts Tires ana Accessories . Hides, Fur and Wool Algona, Iowa Loans $300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live Stock. MONEY FOR TAXES For additional information call, write, or phone '598. ALGONA CUNNINGHAM & LACY Representing Federal Finance Co., Des Moines WE CALL FOR and DELIVER YOUR Cl**&er» and Tailori f*M* TW H C HAKOTANS IRTINCAfi ASH AT RAKE Lakota, Sept. 27—Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bobo and their son Carl, on the Jacob Koppen farm, southeast of town, the daughter, Mrs. Erman Hansen, and her two children were in Minnesota last week Wednesday, looking for a farm to rent, and as they were on their way home at 10 p. m. their lights went out between Brlcelyn and Rake. They tried to reach Rake, but had A head-on collision with another car, also without lights, and Mr. Bobo suffered severe lacerations on his face, while little Herbert Hansen had his nose broken and his face cut. Others In the car were bruised and scratched, but not seriously. The Bobo car was a complete wreck. Two Attend F. B. Meeting- Mrs. F. O. Torlne and Mrs. J. H. Warburton went to Algona last Thursday to attend a Farm Bureau committee meeting at which Ed Graff, Ames, was leader. Plans for the farm project work were laid. Plans are under way for a 4-H'boys' and girls' party in October. County Agent Morrison and Mrs. Leaverton are busy with the township organization meetings. Definite work will begin October I. Johnsons Off to Conference— The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson leave this week Tuesday for Sioux City to attend the annual Methodist conference. A dinner In honor of the Rev. W. H. Lease, district superintendent for the last six years, was given last week Tuesday even- Ing. It is expected that the Johnsons will be sent back. Their work has been most satisfactory. The News at Fenton Mefhodist Aid Plans Wort- Hi's. E. R. Worley was hostess to .he Methodist ^Aid last week Wednesday. Plans for the work of :he coming year were discussed. The annual bazaar will be held Novem- ier 16. The calendar committee reported that the calendars were irlnted by Mrs. Harold Pierce, and ihe was given a vote of thanks. Fnnny Allts Is Bride— Fanny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ailts, southeast of town, .van married to Buck Dingman, of Buffalo Center, at AVagner, 'S. D., T. week ago last Thursday. After a loneymoon at Lake Andes, S. D., :hey came here Saturday and will live on a farm south of Buffalo enter. Wcddlnp Anniversary Celebrated— T.he Henry Hofbauers, the Henry Boettchers, and the Adolf Poppes, Lakota, and the George Helmers family. Woden, surprised Mr. and Mrs. Richard Price last week Sunday- by coming to help them celebrate a wedding anniversary. The Prices live a mile east of Lakota. Money for Library Hooks Raised— The second division of the Library Aid gave a dinner at the library last week Tuesday and cleared $13, which will be used for new books. Mesdames Elaine Johnson, R. E. Hamquist, George Heetland, E. J. Woodworth, and Arthur Schissel were the committee. Promotion exeretees were held at the Methodist church Sunday morn- Ing. A short-program was presented, and pins were given pupils with 100 per cent attendance. Baptismal rites were administered to Dolores Fay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Melvln Mansager, and Anna Rae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welsbrod. There will be services next Sunday. The J. F. Newels entertained the F. P. Newels, Mrs. Hattle Welebrod, and Lester and Shelby Welsbrod at 6 o'clock dinner Friday in honor of F. P. Newel, who celebrated a birthday. The F. P. Newels left Saturday morning for New Ulm, Minn., to visit Mrs. Newel's brother, J. A. Harmon, athletic coach. The C. O. Humphreys spent last Thursday with Mrs. Humphrey's aunt, Mrs. H. P. Rasmuseen, and her husband at Rlngsted. The Ras- mussens leave this week for Portland, Ore. Sunday the Humphreys visited Mrs. Humphrey's brother, L. B. Miller, Kanawha. The C. C. Voights entertained relatives and friends Sunday: the F. E. Weisbrods, Emmetsburg; the Earl. Larsens, Walllngford;' the Jacob Zwelfels, the Clarence Mentz family, Marjorle Bailey, Dale Wels- brod, and Eugene Huskamp. Mrs. Samuel Warner and her son Melvln accompanied Mrs. Edward Blerstedt, Lone Rock, and her daughter Leona, and Ereel Blanchard to Des Moines last week Wednesday to visit the Walter Warners, returning Saturday. Mrs.- Carrie Haase, Fairmont, and her children were Saturday visitors at Chris Widdel's. 'Pearl, daughter, remained for a longer visit. The Harry Haases were week-end visitors at Peter Janssen's, Sibley. Mrs. L. J. Welsbrod, Mrs. A. H. Meyers, and the latter's son Dicky spent Monday afternoon at' Mrs. Andrew Hanson's, near Tltonka. Mrs. Hansen was Agatha Caughlin, former teacher here. Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Lotts Creek, the Maurice Wallaces, and Mrs. Mary Mittag left Monday for Barney, N. D., to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mittag's brother, Albert Kressin. The Henry Kramers and William' Huldorf, Ceylon, were .Sunday visitors at Wilbert Huldorf's. Mr. Kramer is an uncle of Mr. Huldorf, and William Huldorf is Wilbert's father. The afternoon bridge club was entertained at Mrs. G. B. Johnson's Saturday. Mrs. Amos' Finnestad won a travel prize, and Mrs. W. T. Honeymooners in Visit Here— Ruth Zahler and William Lewis. Willow Lake, S. D., were married Saturday and arrived at A. Q. Smith's Sunday for part of their honeymoon. Mrs. Lewis is a niece of Mrs. Smith. School Paper Staff Picked— The school paper, The Lamp, In :he North Kossuth Record, has the following staff: Editor-in-chief, Dorothy Clemans; assistant, William Ley; grade news, Duarde Trenary. H. S. Seniors Name Officers— Class officers for the H. S. seniors were elected laet week Tuesday: Thomas Lewis, president; Ella Ailts, vice president; Mildred Bargar, sec- •etary- treasurer. Theater Has New Manager— W. L. Sparks, Buffalo Center, has taken over the management of :he local theater, and he showed his first picture iSaturday night. Four Join Molltodlst CInircli— Clarence Edwards, son Luverne, daughter Mildred, and Raymond Patterson joined the Methodist church Sunday morning. Itiussiiians Have New Granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman have word of the birth of a daughter to their daughter, Mrs. L. E. Dow, Sheffield. Other Lakota News. The Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena drove to Chicago last week, taking with them Gerald's sister Beatrice, who had been visiting her mother, Mrs. Ida Ukena. Billy Ley went with them to attend the world's series. They stopped en route at Dubuqiie for a short visit. Mrs. Schutter, Wesley, visited last week at Mrs. Minnie Heetland's. The Schutters formerly owned the Klocke furniture store here. Mr. Schutter died at Wesley, and Mrs. Schutter lives with her daughter, Mrs. John Looft. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hamquist were guests of the Oran O'Keefes last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. O'Keefe's mother, Mrs. Josephine Olson, who had been visiting here, went to Fairmont last week Wednesday. Lou Thaves, Harry and Robert Rosenau, and Sid Lindsay came home last week Wednesday from fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr. Bloom was supply, man at the produce, station during Mr. Lindsay's absence. Mrs. Michael Winters, of Mason City, brought Mrs. Jennie Jergenson to the kilter's parents' home Satur day. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Amelsberg and had been at the Park hospital a month. Mrs. H. H. Murray entertained her sisters, Mrs. Anne Robinson and Sophia Hansen, most of last week. Sophia is a nurse at the Irish hospital. Forest City, and she had some dental work done here, Mrs. Henry Patterson, her children, her Bister, Rose Dorenbush, of Buffalo Center, and her niece, Florence Alberts, Swea City, were Mason City shoppers Saturday. The Edw. Hubbarde, Esthervllle, and the Henry Olsons, Armstrong, were at Oran O'Keefe'e Sunday. Ohm <tiad the highest score. . Nettle Welsbrod and Mathilda Kressin drove to Mtesourl Valley for the week-end with Mrs. Henry Paper, formerly Mabel Brandt, teacher last year here. Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Lone Hock, and her children spent Saturday at'John Dempsey's, caring for the . cafe while the Dempseys < attended the Spencer fair. William Jentz, Walter Jentz, and Fred Jentz left Monday for Outhrle Center to vtelt the latter'a son Clarence, who Is leaving this week for Montana. Paul (Blgler, employed in .the Brooker drug store, Ames, spent the week-end at the parental E, H. Elg- ler's. Vivian Huskamp, in the employ of an insurance company at Chicago, Is spending tw6 weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. HUskamp. John Espe, his children, and Mrs. Frances Lakin accompanied the Earl Hayes to Estherville Sunday to visit the F. W. Laklns. The E. W. Ruskes went to Spencer Saturday to attend the fair and spend Sunday with Mrs. Ruske'e mother, Mrs. L. J. Olson. The John tllfers family drove to Irylngton Sunday to see Mrs. Ulfers' mother, Mrs. William Greenfield, who has been very sick. Margaret and Jennings Skare, of Radcllffe, came last week Wednesday to visit till Sunday at the parental Samuel Skare'e. Verona Weisbrod went to Algona last week Wednesday to visit her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. Mrs. Kate Newel returned Sunday from 'Hartley, where she had spent several weeks with her son Leroy. The Raymond Stoebers were Sunday guests of Mrs. Stoeber's • uncle, Crawford (Dickenson, Dolllver. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder are attending the Methodist Conference at Sioux City.' • Mrs. O. J. Stephenson was hostess to the Hook & Needle club last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Chris Geronsin had a visit last week from her brother, Jens Willadson, 'Clinton. The R. N. Kyles spent last Thursday with Mrs. Kyle's sister, Mrs.'A. T. Fox, Fairmont. Dwayne Gohr, Charles City, came Saturday to .visit his aunt, Mrs. F. H. Bohn. The Andrew Kramers, of Bode, were.-visitors Sunday at the son John's. The E. J. Franks left Friday to visit Mr. Frank's brother in Minnesota. I. W. Lease, Pioneer at Wesley, Dies Saturday Wesley, Sept. 27—1. W. Lease, 79, pioneer settler in this vicinity, died at his home in Wesley Saturday morning, following a week's illness.. He was the father of Amnion q,nd Lester, who compose the hardware firm of Lease and Lease. Mr. Lease had been in failing health for a year. Funeral services were held at .the Methodist church at 1:30 Monday afternoon, the Rev. I. C. McNulty In charge, and burial was made In Evergreen cemetery. •Isaac Wilson Lease was born near Gettysburg, Pa., of Irish and German parentage, March 25, 1853. He was orphaned when very young. He came to Nachusa, 111., in 1872, and was married there to Susan Ellen Hoff, in December, 1874. The couple came to Iowa in 1-SS3, and made their home on the Will Dysart farm four miles northeast of Wesley. In 1900 they moved to the Corwith vicinity. Five years later they moved to ,a farm Just west of Wesley village, which Mr. Lease bought of Frank Hume, pioneer lumber dealer. It was known as the Taylor farm, having been owned originally by Mr. Hume's stepfather. The Leases retired In 1911, and purchased a residence on Second street, which has been their home for 21 years. Mr. Lease is survived by his widow and five children: Mrs. Clara Studer and Mrs. Anna Walker, Corwith; Mrs. Mary Johnson, of Battle Creek, Mich.; Ammon and Lester, Wesley. He also leaves nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Royal Neighbors Plnn Party— The Royal Neighbors will hold a celebration at the hall Tuesday evening-, October -S. They will first, give a play, "A Likely Story," with the following cast of characters: Mrs. Ann Kunz, Mrs. Willis Campbell; Mr. Swanson, Mr. Willis Campbell; Edmond Loeblg, Arthur Welling; Mrs. Aldrich, Mies Rice; Mrs. Veva Gibson, Miss Greenway; Fran-, ces Kunz, Jane the Maid. Following the play, an old-time dance will be held, and be followed by lunch. The admission charge has not been decided. Everybody will be welcome. High School Defeats Convltli— Our high school baseball team playod Corwith at Corwith Friday, and defeated the latter, 13-2. The battery for Corwith was Evans and Long, for Wesley, Eisenbacher and! Wingert. The Wesfey boys practically all made one hit,, and 'this, coupled with errors on Corwith's part,, brought in the scores; The Wesley boys got about 15 hits; while Corwith) was held to four. We pl'ay Lu Verne Friday In the first liome game. There is no admission' charge this, fall. ' Congns In Conference Here— ' The district conference' lield at the Congregational church from Thursday to Sunday evenings, inclusive, was well attended. Thirty-five ministers and delegates were entertained 1 by members. A fellowship 1 dinner was held on Swen Nelson's lawn Sunday noon. Minneapolis- Bible school alumni and their families had a table to themselves. The'<Congregational Aid will meet this week Wednesday with Mrs. Ole Flom. The last meeting was with Mrs;. Earseir.. Pastor Off for Conference— Good crowds attended services at the Methodist church both morning and evening. Dist. Supt:. Lease' spoke in the evening. The Rev. and Mrs. McNulty expect to leave this week Tuesday morning for- Sl'oux City, to attend Conference. None of the usual church meetings, will be held this week. There will be-no services of any kind next Sunday: Sunday, October 9, is rally day. Schoolmasters In First Meeting— Saturday evening the- Cbunty Schoolmaste'rs' club held the first meeting at Ambrose A. Call park, Algona. Picnic supper was served, and this was followed by a Business- meeting. Dorothy Henderson lias- dropped out of school, and' returned 1 , to Oklahoma, To Immunize 157 Pupils— Thirty-five public school pupils' have decided to take the diphtheria immunization, and 122' parochial 1 school pupils. There may be a few- more later. Other Wesley News. Mrs. George Lloyd; formerly- Wesley, Mrs. Lee, and Mrs. Thompson, all of Britt, called upon Mrs.. Nettie Turgeson last Thursday. , Kate Schlltz left last Thursday for Estherville, to visit friends for two- weeks. The Vee Mullins visited the Ben .Mullins at Klemme, Sunday after- Mrs. Hubbard is a sister, Henry a brother, of Mrs. O'Keefe. The Emory Smiths, Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Lorraine and Marie came home last Thursday from a visit with relatives in South Danota. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Buckels and Mr. and Mrs. John Heetland went to Spencer last Thursday to attend the Clay county fair. A number of relatives were guests at George Christ's last week Sunday, the occasion being Mrs. Christ's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrow left one day last week for Moline, 111., to visit Ben's brother Gurney. Mr. Lineman, who had been at his farm in South Dakota for some weeks, has come home. Editor Clemans has a hedge apple on display at the Record office, brought from Illinois. The E. R. Worleys were guests of the Howard Lathrops at Thompson Fridayxand Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith returned laet Thursday from two weeks Jn northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Buckels, Jewell, were at the A. T. Buckels borne last weelc. Mrs. F. O. Johnson ^a» sjck the. flu last week-end* ' Lotts Creek Due to the failure of the Whittemore kittenball team to appear Sunday the Lotts Creek team wins the season's championship. Mrs. Karl Dreyer, Mr. and Mre. Fred Jacob, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf drove to Austin, Minn., Saturday for the week-end with Mrs. Dreyer's and Fred's parents. The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson was baptized Sunday by the Rev. E. Fiene. He was named Francis Eugene, and epon-r sors were Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers, Fenton. Walter Krause and Leo Schmidt shipped a carload of cattle to Chicago Saturday. The Emll and Mrs. William Elmers families were entertained at Merle Culbertson's Sunday. Graveled roads In Lotts Creels township are being regrav«led. Mrs. Herman Relsner ana Noah, drove to Fort (Podge last Thursday. Loretta and Luella Meyer spent « few days last week at Hennan mwch's, TYhittewore. ®W«M we* tWu at, fcverett t>rey«r'a, ton. , • . * "' ^he BteYman Hint* family) Mr, and ».Mt*. Fred Bflettoher,' 'fhelr daughter Verdeil, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurlve Wallace spent Sunday evening at Mrs. Mary Mlttagr'a, Fenton. ''Bobby" Furstenau entertained friends a week ago Saturday In -honor of his sixth . birthday, Guesta were Ervln Dreyer,. George Dreyer, Raymond iLaabs, Edgar Schmlel, and Arlln Kohlwes. . [LEGAL NOTICES) NOTICE OF PHOUATE OF WIL1 No. 3663, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. \ In District Court, • September Term, 1932. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporllng to be the last Will and Testament of James P. Gllbrlde, deceased, dated August 10, 1932, having been this day filed, opened and read, the llth day of October, 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 persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why eald Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 13, 1932. CLARK ORTON, Clerk -of District' Court By CLARA SCHAAP. Deputy E. C. McMahon, Attorney. 1-3 NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice Is given of the formation o* a eofporatibii wlfttah &&M' fed' principal place of 'business at ,'At* gona, Iowa, The Sswsrtil'hittfffl'w the business Is to deal in, bttildlrif. materials and fuels. ' s ' The authorized "capital 8t6ok u $10,000.00, ten shares at $100.00 per share being paid In. Thfe corpora* tloii shall function from date or September 21flt, .A, D. 18<2, for ft period of twenty years therefrdhi, Walter B. Rae, Wllllatn • Edward Taylor and fi. N. Taylor shall comprise the Board of Directors; Wai- 1 ter B. Rae shall act as president wid E. N. Taylor as Seeretary-TreaS' urer, said Board and officers to conduct the affairs of the corporation until the first annual'meeting to be held,January 1st, 1983 at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, at which time'one director shall be elected to serve for one year, one .director for a term of | two years and one director for a term of three years. At said meeting a president and secretary-treasurer shall be elected for a one-year period,, the Board of Directors and I officers of said corporation to be elected by the holders of the common stock of the corporation. Under the Artclles of Incprpora- i tlon, the personal-property of the | stockholders shall be exempt from corporate debt. . WALTER B. RAE, President. E. N. TAYLOR, 3-6 Secretary-Treasurer. 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