Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1932 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1932
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: T mei-i.lt> N W> *—'•AjWone Persons out of tbWft who attended the , funeral waft Doris, only child Mtmlurte*'*^ Mm. Roy B. Hut- Mr. liuttoriV Who te editor of ''Bancroft Register, was Mr. Cits' partner. Miss Hutton, ,who it* governmental employ at Wash*••- D. C., *«nwe as far as Chl- |y plafl& "and reached Algona it.lS Saturday rttornttig. -She will [w'epend two weeks here. Other Bancroft News. rs. M. J. Dyer and her daughter, Aiphonse'Fangniar,, Alta, were ["cylinder Friday, to attend a Lthdny party'for Mrs. Dyer's fath- !aMr. Moore,. 84. Mrs. Fangrhan her two .children visited 'the i till-Monday.'; t Duddlng and J. H. Welp left - afternoon with- 7,000 pounds f'poultry for Chicago, using tho filHam Qulnn poultry truck. Mr. Idlng Is employed by Mr; Qulnn, ,6 poultrybelonged to Mr. Jessie Stebritz went to Mason f, Friday afternoon and got her; ighter Gladys, -student at the llton Business. college. Gladys back Sunday. Mrs. Stebritz ,tes a beauty parlor here. i. Jacob Kellar and her aon'El- were Algona. visitors .last week isday, and Mrs. Jens -Peterson Roaella Hanson returned to Al- wlth them; after a few days with friends.'' [, H. Sheridan and Henry Delter- were at Whlttemore last Thurs- evenlng to .hear Leo Wegman, •oil, democratic candidate for mrer of ^tate, >and J. L. Bonar, ma, speak'. ! 'ord was received here Saturday friends of Mr. and -Mrs. Arnold terlng of the'arrival of a -boy; :<T>elterlngs have one other child; Mrs. Deiterlng was Helen ;lnson. •s. Charles Skllllng, two. dough and Mrs. Erbes,,aH of wlridom, visited-at-the M. A. Saun- home Friday.'-* Mrs. Skllling Is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saun- '- < - :''' : "''^': '. , • - . | and Mrs. John Lether-t, Mln- lolis, attended /the Jenks funeral irday. They drove down Satur- y morning and went back Monday.; Mr. and Ms. Frank Mulligan have boy, born (Friday night at the ohnke hospital. ; Mrs. Mulligan is daughter of Mrs. John Nemmere. Mrs. Sheridan and her slster^.J^rs. H.,Deiterlng, entertained at three s 'of' bridge -last Thursday even- jat the former'B home. Mrs. John Kare'ls, operated on two *ks ago at. the, W-ohnke .hospital f the removal of an 8%-lb.. tumor, t the hospital Friday; Br. and Mrs. Elmer Geerdes have ion, born Friday morning. They e east of Bancroft. < •• -" • Anna Marie "Dooce spent the ek-end at Mason Olty at the Doc- r Kunz home, . . Prank Deiterlng.was-a business iltor at (Nora Springs last Thurs- 1- -..'.- '" n PAPERS Printed Last Week OTflDO 0 I UlO Thl8 '• «•• Afewi fayor wti* not keep coming after jm orler H Save yonrnelf future embarnMtaMt If flip pnpcr yon can stop whe« yoi wait II ' ALGONA, IOWA, HOPES HIGH IN LONE ROCK FOR B.B, VICTORIES on. Lone Rook expects a good so OufatamllnR u^on* games on '"' hose City, who | s being mot the tint time in recent vc" rs Uock I" a member of the «.' organized north Kossuth Con-Hod of Bancroft, £en, Seneca, Swea Cltv and Tltonka. Each of the^ tea™ are on the Lone Rock S clSe conference Is sponsoring g!,, e . L 9 RS We " as hoys .. -., "• 1.111_» uf, ii Ledyard, Seneca, and ve girls' teams. Ten for the girls and 1C for the boys are,-on the following schedule: November 18—Bancroft here December 2—Seneca, there' December 6—Rlngsted, there December 0-Bwoa City boys, here. Decembei' 13—Tltonka boys, there 'December 16—Ledyard, there December 20—Whlttemore here January 6—Fenton hoys, here. January. 13—Bancroft, there January 17—Tltonka boys, here January 20—Whlttemore, there' January 24-Swca 'city, boys, there. January 27—Ledyard, here February 3—Rlngsted, here. ' 'February 7—'Fenton boys, there 'February 10—Seneca, here. Evelyn Blanclinrd Is Mnrrlcd— The marriage of Evelyn Blanchard, youngest daughter of Mr. and ..-.-, and the bridegroom Jn dark blue. They will be at home at the R....T;.. Angus home. The bride graduated from Ix>ne Rock VOTE FOR. I. J. Dooley nS?°r 8 i rl . tl0m!l an<1 P racti °e culling "•ml judging. Poultry breeding for CKg production, breed characterls- «i ?hl/ tl B ' tlls - enses . ^nd similar subjects were given.'by members' of the poultry staff.' '• '• -/ '•'' ...... Teachers Hnvc Part^Floy Jones and Juanlta Dunn entertained at four tables of bridge Friday evening. Attending 'were J-verett Anderson, Art Nordstrom, Oeorge Kanouff, Algona; Mr. and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. L. U.. Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. E, M Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing, Margaret Roderick, , Evelyn Behrmann, Ersel Blanchard,. Jessie Ste- '•>rltz, and Chester Alme, Alfred Krueger won high score and Everett Anderson low. 1'nxtor floes to~Wasiiliif?toii, 1). C.— The R ev . s . M . Gladstone left Monday morning for Missouri, where he will be joined by his sisters, Mrs. Fay Warden, Mrs. Gordon Gaff, Grant City, Mo., . and Mrs. Ellis Lyle, Brocton,,Mo. -They will continue -to Washington, D. C. to visit a sister, Mrs. Charles Temple, who Is critically .ill. They expect .to -be gone two weeke. Alfroria I)og Wins race was held at Fischer's Sunday, Neville's dog, Atwator Kent, Algona, won the race. It was well attended.' Other Lone Rock. The Chlstian Endeavor held , a at L. B. Hollister's-Monday meetin . evening. The social hour was in Halloween fashion. They plan to hnve a meeting once a .month dur- ing'Uhe week, the Rev. Mr. Gladstone. having the opportunity to come. . . .. Jessie Stebritz, her daughter Kathryn, Berneyce Roderick, and Dorothy Macumber motored to Ma- Mrs. M. E. Blanchard amfc'tlm'-ir !°" - CUy ' Saturda y. and Gladys Ste- Angus, son of Mr. and Mrs R T. b ''!' Z ' attendln S Hamilton ,bu 8 iness Ang^s, took place at the Good Hope church Sunday afternoon' at 3 o'clock, the Rev. A. H. Wood officl- college, accompanied them home for the week-end, '•'• • • - • ' The fifth and sixth grades'enter-' 1 tained the seventh and eighth grades ating. Attendants were Mr and „ seventh and eighth grades Mrs.. Lawrenpe. .Ditmer, the 'bride- f * 3 * lllowee " P*«*y last'week (Fri, . . •' _ \ ' wiiuc f[nv nftprnnnn T^Via fVifi./-! 0^,1 f *.u groom's -sister and husband, bride' Was attired in a. blue The day afternoon. The third, and fourth grades entertained the 1 'first atid'sec- o*« i '*-<3 ciit-x:i (.ciuieti une iiraL an Ilat ond grades Monday afternoon: .The ' Edward Blanchards and A. ." &rove ' to" Rake, schooWih 1930,-and -the • bridegroom in 1928. Cottons at Hatchery School— •Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton left last week Thursday for Ames, where Mr. Cotton attended the Iowa Improvement Association for a short course for commercial hatcherymen and flock inspector. Mr. Cotton -took the examination for flock Inspector The association also presented a program, including discussions, Newbrough's sister, Mrs.-, .J t • A. Wells. , ' . .'Lawrence Dit-mer's motli'er, Mrs. C. L. Ditmer, returned to her home last week Tuesday from the Kossuth hospital, Algona, where she has been for -some time for medical care. The Mother's club will hold Its meeting, next week Wednesday af- .tenpon at Mrs. Glen Sharp's: hostesses, Mrs. W. G. Flaig, Mrs. Law- -rence Zwlefel, and Mrs. Glen' Sharp. Mr. and. _MrS.' Edward Dehrtert, of FORD STOLEN AT BANCROFT IS FOUND NEAR LEDYARD ..V •'....Bancroft, Novl 1 — The ,>. J. Welp Fowl coacii' was stolen from the streets here Saturday night, but was later found by Chester Johnson, • Ledyard, son of Mr, and Mrs. P. S. Johnson, " Bancroft, a half mile north and a mile east of Ledyard. It was somewhat wrecked, haying gone through fences. Mr. Welp owns the Standard Oil station on No'. 169. Lu Verne, and Mr. -and Mrs. Fred Boahn and (laughter Mary Ann, of Fenton, were Sunday guests at William Krau'se's. Attends Dinner (or Turner— Mrs. W. J. Cotton Was among gueets at a dinner for Governor Dan Turner last week Monday evening In Algona. Mrs.-'Henry. Manus, her daughter Catherine, .and Mrs. Lllllap 'siegler and son Junior, Burt, were Sunday guests at the Charles Morris home. ; P. T. A, will-, be held thie Thursday evening at the high school auditorium. A program consisting of a play and pantomime will be given. Art Sprank, Art Goche, and Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank drove to Mankato : Monday morning, where Mr. Spranfe received medical' care. Vea Morris, -Iowa State college, Amee,.and Donald Blanchard, State Teacher's college, Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at home. A 'girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. •Fred. Thomson are also parents of a girl, -born Sunday. .Ersel Blanchard and ,Chet Alme took Donald Blanchard to Brltt Sunday, where he continued to Cedar Falls. The Sewing Circle met wi.th Mrs. Jim -Ackerman last Thursday. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Will Leeper. Qertrude Blerstedt, -teacher at Buttenfield, Minn., spent the weekend at'the parental William Bler- stedtls. ' 'The Christian Endeavor held a Halloween party at the church last week Tuesday with 30 "present. Mite'society meets this'Thursday at Mrs. E. M. Jensen's. Mrs. Ethel Ben'jamln -Is^also a hostess. N • The Fred Genriches and Alex Kruegers visited at William Blanch- 'arcfs at Humboldt Sunday. Blenda Harold, Ledyafd,: visited over the week-end with, Hulda- Worthing-ton. . '"" Elizabeth Jensen, Graettlnger, spent a few days last week at E. M. Jensen'e. , ..,..• A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross last week Thursday. The Larkln club met with Mrs. Roy Zunkel last, Thursday:"' WESLEY FARMER DIES . AFTERJjEARTATTAqi! Wesley, Nov. i'—6. M. ftuber,' farmer southwest of town, died suddenly of heart disease at 12:30 a. m., Sunday.' He had been in frail health for some years, but was !n town on Saturday. ... Funeral services wlil-be held 'at' St. Joseph's church this week Wedneeday. Mr. Huber was born at Seneca, O., April 23, 1867, and was past 65. He came/to Ipwa;with his parents .In childhood and had lived' 25 years in Kossuth. He married Lena Thissen, and two children were born: Eugene M., Wesley, and Mrs. Max Studer, Mason City. They survive; 'also -Mrs. Huber, and a sister, Mrs. Albert Klein, Eagle Grove. ' • — . Gilchrist Is Speaker. Emmetsburg, Nov. 1—At a courthouse political rally here, last week Tuesday at which Governor Turner was the principal speaker, Congressman Fred C..Gilchrl8t spoke briefly. Mr Gilchrlst's democratic opponent is W.: T. Branngan, junior publisher of the Emmetsburg Democrat. JANIE ORR, FORMER ALGONA GIRL, IS DEAD AT SPENCER • liast week's Spencer .Reporter reported the death last Thursday ?olJ Janle Orr, at/the home of her brother Fred at Maquoketa, where she was a patient during- the last week or so of her life. The cause of death was cancer, and her last sickness covered seven weeks. Burial was made at Maquoketa, 'following funeral services at the brother's home Sunday,' conducted by the Rev. W. O. Tompklns, Spencer. For the -last 12 years she had been office girl for Buck & Klrkpatrlck, Spencer lawyers. She was an Algona teacher 20 years ago. After she left here she married a minister, but the marriage was unhappy, and she secured a divorce, with the right to resume her maiden name. Morse Withdraws Candidacy. Esthervllle, Nov. 1—Robert, -son of Attorney Morse, was an Independent candidate for representative, but, too late to keep his name off the ballot, he withdrew candidacy. E. O. Helgason, Armstrong, once a Sen-, eca township, Koseuth county, farmer, lg a candidate for reelection on the republican ticket. VOTE FOR FOR upervisor On the Democratic Ticket • Second. District—Algona, Union and Pltim Creek VOTE FOR Edward; J. BUTLER Nominee on the Democratic Ticket for Your Support will belAppreciated Vote] for MAURICE DUFFY Democratic Nominee for. KossuthCo. 'BORN AND RAISED IN KOSSUTH COUNTY COLLEGE EDUCATION ... Severs,! years' banking experience. -''^ p vote will be apprebiated November 8th Q emocratic : candidate for • •! . ; -T -~5. [Because of ihy recent r •88, which confined me to home with an attack of "uenza I was deprived of « pleasure of meeting of the voters person/I hope to meet my s between ? now and No- »ber 8j but as time is lima, i ca ij y p ur attention F A will appreciate your port aud.vote*, irtofKowuth County Re spectfuuy soUcJta your PPort oft November *, , st 20 year* »"n*Mwif uth cpttnty, ft home and taxpayer,", Let's Have A 1 ' • - ' f lr; New Deal CHA to ••'.--, ,-,(-..••. '.. LOUIS MURPHY POKU& SENATOR Franklin D. Roosevelt ^ ,. FOU PRESIDENT — "Friend Of The Forgotten Man" * Q Th« CLYDE HERRING FOR GOVERNOR Party Off«r§ NATIONAL A 25 per cent reduction in the coit of government. A liberal fans toancing program to eaie tne mortfafe situation, provide lower rates of interest and stop foreclosures. Adjustment ol international relation* to the end that our world trade mar be restored and our Industries and workmen protected in their opportunity to earn a llreUhood. Legislative action to promote, a greater spread o( employment through shorter day or weekly work schedules, Unemployment' «n)d o>d age insurance. •TAT1 , ^ Less politics and more business-like service in all divisions of State government, » » » ' "* v * Elimination oi mandatory ^» j e? j e | 8 nd continuation of drastic tax reduction, state and local, f » » Reorganization of government and elimination of duplication and waste to tne extent that government costs will pe held in line with the ability of taxpayers to pay. * f * * A breaking up, of the political machine which has been responsible for the constancy mounting government costs in Iowa, No new form> of taxes that are not trujy replacement taxes, , "TT" Tbw display sponsored by Roosevelt Republican* and Democrats of Kossuth County, %m^^,^

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