Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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JANUARY 19,1933. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Phone*: KOSStJTM COUNT! ABVANCK Weekly Newspaper Foundad In 1901 Sintered aB Second-Ciaua Matter tun-ember 81, 1908, at the Postofflc* at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act ** of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS • B Quarton H. W. Millet ' QUARTON ft MILLBB Law Offices. Office 427, residence Hi Algona, Iowa. 1 ~" J. L. DON An Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank BIdg. •Office phone 460-W. Algona, low* iciWVAN, McMAHON * LINNAK t w. Sullivan S. E. McMabor L. E. Llnnan Attorneya-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., Sp» 4g, B. McM., 403. Algona, Iowa ~HABBINGTON * DICKINSON T P. Harrington L. J. Dicklnaoi Attorneys-at-Law Jphones: Office,'28; T. P. H., 441 B. J. VAN NESS, O. W. 8TILLMAB Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algona, IQWJ A. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj 8HDMWAT * KBLLTf Attorneya-at-Law Office In Qulnby Block Phone 58 Algona, Iow« 1. A. WINKEL "~ Atttornoy-at-I/BW Office In Qulnby Building Phone 180 HIIUM B. WHITB Attorncy-«t-I,aw Office .over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206. Algona, Iowa P. A. DANSON Attorney-At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J.; Hes. 315 DOCTORS JOHN N. KEJfEPICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Hes. phone 326. C. H. CHETZMETEB Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbralth Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 Algona low* P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, S8t , Algona, Iowa WALTER PHASER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ' Office In Qulnby BIdg.. Room 14. Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and S*rgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 111 W. B. ANDREWS, D. O. « Oiteop»thlc '•! Physician and Snrgeo* Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 187, Re«, 688. R. A. EVANS, M. D* Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, office 106. _ Algona, Iowa. FENTON WOMAN DIES FRIDAY OF INFLOENZA Li iFenton, Jan. 17. Haack, nee Schmideberg, "" ' in Klein Dlvcno, Pommorn, Germany, and was married to William Irvington Learns of Piney Woods Research December large farm which they rent on DENTISTS DB. H. M, OLSON Dentlit. _0aa or novocalne used for extraction. Located over ChrUtensen Stor*. raones: Business 186, residence 470 __ Algona, low* • * . VETERINARIANS 1. W. FOX J. B. WINKBI. Veterinarian! West State Street, Algona Phones: Office. 475-W.; res. 47B-R INSURANCE Haack. Thirteen children were born four of whom died. In 1904 the family emigrated to America and sot- tied In Kossuth near Lotts Creek Later Mr. and Mrs. Hnack retired from farm work and moved to Fenton, and In 1022 Mr. Haack died. In her last years Mrs. Haack lived with her son Ernest, north of Fenton. Friday she died at 82, after a few days of influenza. Surviving sons are; Karl, in Germany; Ernest; Gustav, near Whlttemore; William, near Lone Rock; Herman near Fairvllle; Fred, Lone Rock. Daughters are: Mrs. John 'Seege- barth, near Lotts Creek; Bertha of Emmotsburg; Mrs. Andreas Kadlng, near Lotts Creek. There ' are 55 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted In St. John's Lutheran church Fenton, by the Rev. R. w. Kabelltz at 1:30 Monday, and interment was made in 'St. John's cemetery, north of town. P. T. A. Meeting Is Held— A P. T. A. meeting postponed from January 3 was held last week Tuesday night in the high school auditorium, and tho following program was given; mu'slc, rhythm hand; monologue, Mary Jane Elgler; Ghosts of Limericktown, 3rd and 4th grades; Indian Folk Dance, 5th and Gth grades; humorous selection, Hey, Ma, Roland Geronsin; duet, Doctor Danny and Nurse Nancy Jane, Betty Jean Schwartz, Vornon Ohm; book review, Van Loon's Geography of the "World, Jtrs. O. H. Graham; music, high school quartette; explanation of the merit system, M. E. Otterness. After tho meeting was adjourned, refreshments were served in the basement. Program for Woman's Clnl)— 'The Woman's club's last meeting was at Mrs. C. H. Geronsin's, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod,, assisting hostess. Sixteen members responded to roll call by discussing topics assigned to them. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz read a paper on pictures for the Home. Another paper was read by .Mrs. H. C. Lindsey on masterpieces of the world of art. 'Roland Geronsin played three trombone selections, accompanied by Mrs. E. A. Weisbod at the piano. A card was read from the matron of the orphan's home at Ottumwa expressing appreciation for a box of toys sent at Christmas tfme. Farm Bureau Women Moot— The Independence township, Palo Alto county, -Farm Bureau woman's club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. J. J. Theesfield. The lesson was presented by Verna Kohlstedt on cereals-and butchering. Hostesses were Mrs. August 'Sorenson and Mrs. C. C. Voigt. Friend of Pastor Passes— The Rev. J. T. Snydere went to Bolmond Sunday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. A. W. Martin, and Mr. Snyder assisted in the services. Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod accompanied them as far as Garner to visit relatives till their return. 'Iney Woods school in Mlss'is"- K'PPl, a Negro school In which Irv•Ington is especially Interested, car"os the report that Mabel Carney, of the department of rural edu- Columbia university, New lork, has turned her attention particularly to Negro schools. She is fining this because throughout the south the mass of the Negro race is I "till ,ln rural settlements. The greatest opportunity to give the practical education necessary is still in the rural .school and the home, Miss Carney says, and she Is particularly interested In Plney Woods and .plans to visit the school soon. She believes the policy of industrial education practiced at Piney Woods is most effective. A etory of Miss Car- tieys visit Is promised In the January Pine Torch. Mrs. Russell Fry Suffers Fall— Mrs. Russell Fry, Algona, former Irvington woman, lately suffered a badly broken wrist, when sho lost footing and fell from a porch at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elliott Skilling, Algona. Both bones were •broken, and the other arm was painfully injured. She also suffered a cut on her head, which struck an automobile standing near by. Thanks for Song Hooks— A letter was recently received from William Martin, Mason City, thanking the Irvington Sunday school for a box of song books recently donated to a Negro church there. The Mason City church was badly in need of the books, but its financial condition at this time did not allow purchase. Keith Family Heard From— A recent letter came to friends here from the E. Keith family, who now live at Cambria, Wis. The Keiths lived here a few years ago and were employed at J. C. Mawdsley's, Mrs. Keith writes that they aer all well and doing well on a Is Hurt by Twig— I John Gaffney Is suffering from an ! eye injured when a twig pierced it. jHo was cutting limbs from a tree jwhen the accident occurred. Medical attention was necessary to remove tho twig. ll'iislor Slch; No Preaching— I The Rev. A. English woe In poor health Sunday and was unable to I come to Irvington for the usual I preaching service. Sunday school 1 was held at tho usual hour. Paul Miller Getting Well Paul Miller, who \vas critically with pneumonia, is now pro- out of danger, Ho Is able to be up and around some. Other Irvington News. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vaske and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatten, 'Bancroft, were dinner guests of the Haupert brothers, Sunday. Callers In the afternoon were Anthony and Magdalino 'Rtoffel and Jack Minster, north of Algona. dinner guests at O. L. Mil- BURT SCHOOL GIRL SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA Burt, Jan. 17—Oretchen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. McDonald, died Friday evening of pneumonia. •She was born February 6, 191B, at Webster city, and a few years ago her family came here. She attended rural schools, ahd two years ago entered the Burt high school, being a junior at death. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Methodist church, the Rev. J. E. Clifton conducting, and burial was made in the ~ ' spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Laura Sewick. Mrs. Margaret Nelson and her little daughter, who had been at the Sewick home some weeks, went with L,ura to (Harris, and from there to Sioux City to visit a cousin, Wilbur Allen. From ! Sioux City she was to go to visit rel- jatives in Nebraska before returning ;to her home in California. j The L. E. Ridbhoffs, Jesse Thore- sons, U A. 'BocttcTiers, and C. F. Whalens were .Sunday evening sup'|)or Kiif.sl.s «t irwln Schwietert'e. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher entertained the J. T. Heanys, L. A. Boettchers, C. L. Holdings, and Mer- Wednesday for quilting. Howard Watklns broke hte right wrist Saturday while he was trying to crank his car. A son was Ihorn to Mr. and Mrs. 'Lloyd H. Steven last week Wednes(day. The Fortnightly club meets this week Tuesday at Mrs. It. S. John's. The W. H. M. s. meets Saturday with Misses Warner and Whitney. Tone Moyer entertained Virginia Thaves, Margaret Morness, Helen school -in a body. Music was fur- school quartette, friends were pall -bearers, and six 4-; T -•- • • last week Tuesday evening. W. W. Boettcher nolds took a truck load of cattle to Austin, Minn., Monday for U A. ente, two younger brothers, and two sisters. W Oman's Club Has Program— j The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. Al Staehle's; Mrs. P. F. Krlethe, assistant hostess. A I program on American poetry and religion consisted of": roll call, favorite American poems; American •• Willdns, Mr. Poetry From the 'Beginning to Gregson. Mrs. David Blythe, wlio Is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. John Frankl, Algona, spent an i. V. J. R. J. Skilling is recovering from a case of bloodpoisoning, which developed in one hand after a slight injury he suffered while working with wood. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Schichtl, Mr. and Mrs. Lew fSchichtl, and Vaughn Schichtl were Sunday evening callers at the Jos. Wilhelm'i home, Bancroft. Bernard Frankl, who is spending a vacation with his parents here, spent a few days last week at j Omaha. American Poetry, Mrs. Donald Weir; What Religion Does for Personality, Mrs. J. W, Dorrance; 'Religion Background of American Culture, Mrs. F. E. Ruboy. j Mrs. G. P. Hnwcott. Losfis Cousin— i Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott went j to Thor Sunday to attend tho fun, oral of a cousin / of Mrs. Hawcott, Clifford Juddall, Eagle Grove high school student, who died from flu. Mils. Hawcott's mother, Mrs. Bertha : Wallace, Mason City, came home ! with them for a week here. Mrs. J. iH. Graham returned Monday from Webster City, where she had spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wickwlre. . .Mr. and Mrs. Z. E. Armstrong, of Des Moines, spent the week-end with Mr. Armstrong's parents, Mr. and i Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. I The (Lutheran Aid had an all-day meetfnff In the church basement last I Thursday. The husbands were guests at dinner. D. F. Schwiotert has secured a position with the Mason City Globe) Gazette and -la taking subscriptions I here. Mrs. Maude Hanna and Alice Eiglime entertained tb* teachers at : dinner last week Wednesday evening. A group of young people had a party Friday, and afterwards had I lunch at M. M. Chipman's. The Missionary society met at Geo. L. Carroll's last week Margaret McGorern Dies. WhlttemorCj Jan. 17 — Margar«t McGovern, sister ot Tom McGovwn* Clear Lake, formerly Whlttemowv died at her home at Platteviltafc. Wis., a week or so ago. Her parents used to live here. Margaret vna a cousin of James McGovern, •west, of town. 'Burial was made at Platte- vllle. IBHMMH^HBBMM^B^H iMeiLI YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME CALUMET Baking Powder, OCf% Pound Can £wC DATES New Crop, Arabian, 2-lb. Bag Wide Bacon 7"™nf*!". BVzC SANTA CLAEA PRUNES Very Sweet and Meaty 4 Bp S™..25c CALIFORNIA PEACHES Choice Muirs PER j fl POUND I UC Sardines Fancy Imported, in Olive Oil, 2 cans Malt Syrup! BJLATZ, per can 49c ' BLUE RIBBON, per can _-49c COUNCIL OAK, per can _,35c ta forc l COUNl? MUTUAL ASSOCIATION worth of Inmiranc* L home con.pany. Safe J. O. Paxsoii, Secretary —"' . _- i «ty Property Loan* Farm Loan* insurance. Beat JOatate. CUNNINGHAM * XACY "7 W. State St. A l*o na . low. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling, i Every load Insured ' sstfatf* dam - aWa»*$55 PHONE 398 Algona, Iowa ^^^^ ->««V4. 1 «**J, Loans $300 OR LESS and Others. —See- Aid Group Gives a Tea— A, group of members of the Methodist Aid entertained' at a birthday tea at the church (Friday afternoon and evening. A program was given, and a large crowd was in attendance. They cleared |7. Other Fenton News. "The William Huskamps arid the Edward Ohms were Sunday dinner guests at E. A. Huskamp's. The Dr. J. T. Waltes visited the Huekamps In the afternoon. The Kern Eler- icks, Whlttemore, the L. J. Wels- broda, and Nettie Weisbrod were at A. H. Meyer'e. The (Philip and Mike Welabrode, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod, and her sons 'Lester and Shelby were at W. E. Stoeber's. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kern visited their son Melvin at Sexton. The P. H. Hayengas and Harry 'Haaees were 6 o'clock dinner guests at Walter Widdel's Sunday evening, and the Raymond Stoebers, the F. P, Newels, and the A. H. Meyers family were dinner guests at Oliver Stoeber's, Armstrong, Sunday evening. Mrs, O. H. Graham entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon, and Mrs. H. H. Wlddell won 'high 'score, Mrs. F. ' J. Weisbrod a travel prize. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Burt, was an out-of-town guest. •Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz entertained their "500" club last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. G. B. Johnson won the high score; Mrs. Arthur Mueller, low. The Methodist Aid meets at church this week Friday afternoon; hostesses, Mesdames J, A. Schwartz, J. T. Waite, John Ulfers, and F. J. Weisbrod. The Clarence Theesfields were Sunday guests of Mr. Th'eeefield's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Theesfield, near Armstrong. The .Frank MoFalls entertained the Methodist Young Married People's S. 8. class at a bunco .party Friday night. The Glenn Sharps, Lone Rock, and the Chrie Godfredsons, of Ringsted, were Sunday dinner guests at John D»tnpsey's. (Louise Hengel went to Whittemore Sunday evening for a visit with her sister, Mrs. (Frank Schatt- eehneider. ' Mrs. J. B. Haneen has toeen caring for the Herman Voigt family, Geneva, Minn., since her daughter's death. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Theesfield last week Monday. She has been named Jeanette Eleanore. Emery Meyers, who is salesman for Decker, Mason City, visited his cousin, A. H. Meyers, Monday. lira. J. T. Snyder was hostess to the hook and needle club last week Wednesday evening. The George Goetechee, of Seneca, have moved into the Jacob Hengel tenant house. The C. G. Humphreys were Sunday gueets at Ringsted of the G. M. Millers. •Margaret Stephenson spent several <iay« last week with relatives at FORMER RESIDENT OF ST. BENEDICT IS DEAD AT D, M, St. Benedict, Jan. 17—Mr. and Mrs. Al Tlosenmeyer and Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer drove to Des Moines early Sunday on receipt of a telegram Saturday night announcing the death of Martin Miller, brother- in-law of Mr. Rosenmeyer. Mr, Miller had been sick with pneumonia in a hospital at Des Moines. He is survived by tils wife and one eon. The Millers, who formerly lived here, moved to Des Moines a. few years ago. Girl for Albert Garmnnns— Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer received announcement Friday from Blue Earth of the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garmann last week Wednesday. The baby had yet not been named. The Garmanns now have two children, a boy and girl. Card Party Braws Crowd— A card party given by the Young Ladles was well attended, and winners were: Leo Arndorfer, high at bridge, Mrs. Wm. Elch, low; Marian Arndorfer, high at BOO, , Velarian iStufllck, low. Mildred Grandgenett won a door prize. Carbuncles Afflict Ben Dorr— Ben Dorr is having a hard time of it' with carbuncles on the back of his neck. He had been doctoring one for some time, and now he has another. Other St. Benedict News. The Edward Arndorfers, accompanied by Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer, drove 'up from Clarion last week Sunday and spent the day with relatives here. Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer remained, after having spent a few months at Edward's. The Julian Arndorfers have spent a few days at Manly with Mrs, Arndorfer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Coburn. Mr. Coburn has been having the flu. Mrs. Martin Bleich, Dolllver, and a daughter are spending the week with the former's parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller. Christine, Adelhaide, and Josephine Eisenbarth spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. Mrs. J. O. Downs and her daughter Marcia Ann visited the Charles Downs family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll and daughter spent Saturday evening with the Nick Arndorfers. The Leo Hanigs, AVesley, and William Meyer were at Isadora Meyer's Sunday. Sexton Mrs. G. B. Wise recedved word last week Wednesday of the birth of a son that morning to Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Steven, Burt. Mrs. Steven was formerly Dorothy Wise, and this is the first child. Nell Wise is caring for mother and babe. Lorena Rickard was called to her home at Wesley last week Wednesday morning by the death of her father, Hardy Rickard. Death was caused by leakage of the heart an followed the flu. The Rickards for merly lived just west of Sexton. Mrs. Harvey Steven lately spent couple of days with her parents, Mr and Mrs. John Wermersenj Algonz j helping care for her mother, wh has been sick. Mrs. Essie MriMahon and he brother, Frank Gurdette, 'left Sun (day for Coleman, S. D., to visit i sister, Mrs. Edw. Branagan, and an j other-sister at Huron. The Aid meets with Mrs. Bert San ders next week Thursday. Mr. arid Mrs. Clem Cunningham attended a card party at Algon Monday evening. Mary Harris spent Monday with •her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Har ris. Mrs. August Kirechbaum receivet word Monday that her grandmother Mrs. Eiseman, Brltt, had died Sun day night. She was nearly 88. Mrs. J. P. Heiderischeldt and' he: two children are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Orrin John son. Mrs. Helderscheidt was for merly Cordla Speicher. , Alberta Grosenbach attended a 6:30 dinner and kitchen shower a Algona Monday evening in honor o,. Agnes Brown, who is to be married soon to John Dreeeman. Fenton The Dr. A. T. Whitlows, Swea City, visited Fenton relatives Sunday, A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs George Menke last Thursday. Jos. Nellls, Ringsted, was a business visitor here' Saturday. Chevrolet Presents a New Six Longer, Larger, Faster, Smoother, New in Styling — more economical and featuring Fisher No-Draft Ventilation. JUST RECEIVED - A carload of the new models. USED CARS One 1929 Chevrolet sedan One 1929 Chevrolet coupe One 1930 Chevrolet special sedan One 1931 Chevrolet coach Below zero—Have us check your alcohol. Zero weather oil—Easy shift oil makes the car start easy. Heaters, frost shields, parts, and accessories. We are equipped to do A No. 1 fender and body work. Batteries $4.50 and $5.95 In exchange KOHIHAAS BROS. PHONE 200 »»••••»•»«« ALGONA, IQWA < RcHfaurunt Family Here— The Paul Lees have moved here from Cylinder, and are operating the restaurant, heretofore conducted by Elmer Lee, Paul's brother. The Elmer Lees have not made plans for the future. Granddaughter for I). T. lloljsons— Mr. and M-rs. D. T. Hobson have received news of the birth last week Wednesday of a granddaughter. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobson, of Marcus, are the parents. Rural Carriers Meet Here— Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck entertained the county rural mail carriers and their wives at a monthly meeting last week Tuesday evening. U. & I. Circle Plans Banquet— ( The U and I Circle will hold its annual banquet for husbands this week Friday noon at the iLegion hall. Mrs. Klnney Loses a Brother— Mrs. Augusta Kinney returned Saturday from Marion, where she was called by the death of a brother. Oth«r Burt News. Lura Bewick, Harris teacher, LEGAL NOTICES HONEY Cakes Frute-Gel any flavor NOTICE OF PROBATE OP WILL No. 3G91. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss In District Court, January term, 1333. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to lie the last Will and Testament of Louise Butts, deceased, dated July 16th, 1932, having be»n this day filed, opened and read, the 2nd day of Febuary, 1933, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court ot 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 said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January I 3, 1933. (Seal) E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court 16-18 By Alma Greiner, Deputy. Caramels Chocolate Cameo, Per Pound 17c PE AN UTS ^° P±,™ . 17c SUPERB Peanut Butter, Quart Jar 21 c Peaches Both halves and slic. ed. 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This is basically the same reliable power plant of last year—but Chevrolet has made it even smoother, more powerful, and more economical by the addition ot 33 new improvement* --" refinements, . REDUCTIONS AS MUCH AS Half -ton Pick-up *44Q S«dui Delivery *545 Half -ton Panel. *530 131" Stake... *655 137"Stak«...*7l5 •qaipment ntif. Low Pricwt «n<* MV o.'if. 4. C, term* /CHEVROLET A Qnmui MOTOM Chevrolet has also introduced an entirely new type of rear axle with the outstanding mechanical advantages of a four-pinion differential and a straddle-mounted pinion with bearing support on both sides. In addition, the Chevrolet 131 -inch truck now has a much stronger frame, with deeper, heavier side members. The IK ton models have a sturdier universal joint, at well as larger brakes, improved springs, and a new 15-gallon fuel tank. Nothing that Chevrolet hat ever done before in trucks can equal the importance of thw announcement: A stronger, more powerful, more durable six-cylinder line. 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