Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOSSUTH COUJfTT A0TAWCE Weekly Newspaper Foundad In 190) Entered as Second-Ciass Matter December 31, 1908, at the Poatottlo- at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS \y. B. Cjuarton H. W. Mllle QUAltTON A MILLEB Law Offices. phones: Office 427, residence 81 Algona; Iowa. • . J. 1. UONAK .,.. , Attprney-at-Law Offjce Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa STOMTAN, McMAIION & MNNAJ J. WvSlillivan S. E. McMahoi : ' 1>1 L. E. Linnan • . •• Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S, 809 B. E f : McM., 403. Algona, Iow» HARRINGTON & DICKINSON T. P. Harrington L. J. Dicklnsoi '• Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 28; T. P. H., 441 E. J. TAN WESS, G. W. STILLMAJ Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algona, low. G. D. Shumway B. D. Kellj SHCMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office In Quinby Block Phone 68 Algona, low. L. A. WINKEL Attlorncy-at-Law Office in Quinby Building _ Phone 180 HIRAM «. WHITE Attorncy-at-Liiw Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206, Algona, Iowa P. A. BANSON Attornoy-At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 4GO-J.; Res. 315 DOCTORS * . JOHN N. KKiVEFICK . Physician anil Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CRETZMEYER Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbraith Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 AJgona Iow , ST, JOE GIRL LIVERMORE MAN'S BRIDE St. Joe, May 2—At 8:30 o'clock this week Tuesday morning Justine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Altman 'Sr. St. Joe, was married to Joseph Urban Melavin, son of the ate Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Melavin 'Sr., Livermore. The ceremony was performed by the ,Rev. Father Theobald at St. Joseph's Catholic church here. The bride was attired in white satin and lace, and wore a veil with accessories to match. She carried a bouquet of pink and white roses. «er sister Mary, bridesmaid, wore a shell-pink dress and also carried a bouquet. The best man was Edward Melavin, brother of the bridegroom. A reception took place at the home of the bride s parents, and the newlyweds gave a wedding dance that night at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Mel- ivln will live at Livermore, where Mr. Melavin will continue barber«&- Sli<wer Honors Tuesday Bride— A miscellaneous shower was giv- n Sunday afternoon at the St. Joe parish hall in honor of Justine Alt- i ian, who is to be married to Jos ph Urban Melavin this week Tues ay. The afternoon was spent a ards. There were 14 tables of 500 nd Mrs. John B. Reding won th me. There were six tables KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Wesley Farmer is Hurt in Runaway Wesley, .May5—Jos. Ooetz northwest of town farmer, was the victim of a runaway last week Wednesday, He was on his way home, and was near the Keni farm, when a train which had silently approached from behind frightened the horses. In the runaway a tug came loose, later the tongue dropped. The wagon was finally upset in the ditch, and Mr. Soetz was thrown out. He was taken to Doctor Adams, later to Algona, where x-ray pictures revealed a shoulder dislocated, with a piece of bone broken off the arm part of the joint. Mr. Goetz will be aid up all summer, but his brother Henry will work for him till after •v>rn planting. Henry is also farm- ng for himself. NEWW, 0,0, OFFICERS ATBANCR N JFT Bancroft, May 2—Installation o officers of the Woman's Catholic Order of Foresters took place Sunday afternoon: Mrs. Mary Rahe chief ranger; Mrs. Frank Wilhelmi, vice chief; Esther Schiltz, recording secretary; Mrs. Ethel Baker, financial secretary; Adella Vas- ce, treasurer. They were Installed by Mrs. Mary Stauder, past chief ranger. The Rev. Henry P. T. JANSE, M. B. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Fnonea: Office, G6G; residence, 861 Alg-ona, Iowa WALTER FRASER, M. B. Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldgr., Room 14 Phone No. 12 0. BOURNE I'liyslcfan and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 21' W. D. ANDREWS, D. 0. Osteopnthlc Physician nnd Surgeon Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 1ST. Res. 688. R. A. EVANS, St. D. Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, office 306. Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DK. II. Jr. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocaino used for extraction. Located over Christensen Store. Phones: Business ICC, residence 470 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS I;. AV. FOX J. «. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 47S-W.; res. 475-R INSURANCE KOS8UTII COUNT T MUTUAL INSUKANCE ASSOCIATION Over $15,000,000 worth of insurant in force. A home con,pany. Safe eecure. J. O. Paxson, Secretarj HOWSHELOST18 POUNDSOFFAT FOB LKSS THAN $1.00 "Will say in regards to Kruschen: I took it to reduce. I lost 18 pounds after using one bottle an feel fine. Just 'bought one mor 'bottle today and expect to lose 1 more pounds. I now weigh 148 an feel fine." Mrs. Harry Robinson Akron, Ohio (Jan. G, 1933). Once a day take Kruschen Salt —one half leaspoonful in a glass o hot water first thing every morn ing. Besides losing ugly fat SAFE LY you'll gain in health and phys ical attractiveness — constipation gas and acidity will cease to bothe —you'll feel younger—more activ —full of amibition—clear skin — sparkling eyes. A jar that lasts 4 weeks costs but a trifle at E. W. Lusby's, A. H Borchardt, or any drugstore in the world—Imt demand and get Kruschen and if one bottle doesn'i joyfully please you—money back. INSURANCE Having taken over the insurance business of the former Cunningham & Lacy Insurance Agency, we shall be glad to be of service to all their former patrons. We are in a position to provide Insurance coverage in all its branches in reliable companies at reasonable rates, and can give good terms if desired. Insurance Surety Bonds H. N. KEUSE DVSUBANCE •• ui.k. VLVU1UO \J ridge, and Mrs. Theodore Wagnei -on first. At 4:30 lunch was serv 1 to 10o guests. In charge of the vent were Mesdames Mike Red- ng, Elmer Gronbach, Bernard Dene, John Weydert, George Davis olm 'Altaian, and Conrad Kohl- aas, and Mary Altman, Loretta elavin, and Josephine Melavin. Boy for Frank Capcsiuses— Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius became parents of an 8^-lb. boy a week ago Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. The infant was baptized James Julius Sunday at St. Joseph's church. Sponsors were Mrs I'rank Capesius and Bernard Capesius. There is one other hoy and a girl in the family. Mrs. Theresa Miller is looking after the household duties. Jolly Eight Chil) Meets— The Jolly Eight club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Theodore Wagner and played 500, Lena Altman winning first and Mrs. Lena Marso low. Guest prizes were awarded to Rosalia Frideres and Mrs. John Thul; and a chair prize to Mrs. Altman. ttoart Laborer's V?'ifo Sick— -Mrs. Peter Paulson, wife of one of the men employed by Mr. Snator on No. 169, is at the Kossuth hospital, sick with pneumonia. Mrs Jack Devine is boarding the men tor her while she is in the hospital. Detroit Visitor Goes Home— Barbara Plathe left Sunday night trom Algona for Janesville, Wis for a short visit with a sister. From there she goes to Chicago for a few days with relatives, and thence to her home at Detroit. Koad on >•(>. leg StraJtrlitened— Straightening the road on No. 169 near Jack Derine's has been completed, and the road is in use. The road crew has moved to a point farther north, and is now at work near the Fisher bridge. St. Joe Girls In Contest- Amelia and Adeline Erpelding attending St. Cecelia's academy,' Algona, went to Mason City Saturday to take part in an inter-school typing and stenographic contest. May Devotions Are Announced— May devotions at St. Joseph's FENTON'S H, S, JUNIORS ARE SENIOR HOSTS Fenton, May 2—The H. S. Junior- senior banquet took place Friday evening at the Kermore .hotel, Emmetsburg. The program was in the form of a baseball game: Raymond Zweifel, umpire; Raymond Priebe, batter; Sidonia Bierstedt, pitcher; Clara Gramenz, catcher; Arthur Glaus, first base; Gerald Voight second base; Marie Miller, third base; James Schwartz, scoring fielder; declamatory, Emil Huskamp; basketball, Herschel Hartman; baseball, Ehvin Sclilei; class plays, Raymond Dreyer; return to game, Grace Gibbons; outs, Raymond Tietz; fouls, Willard Menz- rooters, Supt. Otterness; scorekeeper, Principal E. D. White- class will, Harold Newel; class poem, Alvina Dreyer; class history, Leona Borchardt; class irophecy, Mathilda Ruhnke; jokes, -ola Warner; class song; faculty— VI. E. Otterness, E. D. White, Esther C. Smith, Verlina loerger . . . ^ 'Pick, chaplain, gave a short talk. After nstallation, cards were played. Mrs. Charles Baker won the high score at 500; Mrs. Mike Droessler, at bridge. Mrs. C. J. Stauder drew the cut prize. Lunch was served. Priest's Brother GIrcn Pastorate— Msgr. J. D. Fisch, who was moved from here to Le Mars recently is losing his assistant, the Rev Francis P. Schultes, this week! Father Schultes has received his first appointment to a parish which is at Royal. He is a brother of Father Schultes, pastor here. Aids Here Have Meetings— The Lutheran Aid church „.«,„ last Thursday afternoon at Mrs John Nynian's. That evening the Luther League met at her home. The Baptist Aid met last Thursday at the church parlors, and Mrs E. J. Seeney and Mrs. Myrtle Ringsdorf entertained. Gerhard Dlcrs Appendix Out>Gerhard Diers was operated on St. John's Victor in 5 Ball Games Bancroft, May 2—The undefeated St. John's high school ball team won from Burt high, Kossuth champions, Friday afternoon at Burt, e-3. The score was 3-2 in Burt's favor till the last of the sixth, .when Hatten, St. John's pitcher, hit a homer with two men on bases. It was a seven-Inning game. (Batteries were Coffin and Sigsbee for Burt, Hatten and Schneider for Bancroft. Coffin allowed seven hits; Hatten, 6. St John's plays Fenton here this weel Tuesday, and Armstrong, there Friday. St. John's has now won five games and lost none. to the William Senna house as soon as It has been repaired. New shingles were laid and the Interior repaired and replastered. Violet Slack, Morningslde college, came SViday night for,. the week-fend with the <Ray Hansens and her father, E. 0. Slack, going back Sunday. The Home Guards, an organlza- f tlon of Methodist Sunday afternoon children, met In the-church REBEKAHS IN COUNTY MEET ATJITONKA Titonka, May 2—The .26th annual ounty iRebekah convention was eld here Friday, and among out- t-town persons attending were: >trs. .Rose Vial, Mason City, grand varden of the state Rebekah as- isembly; Mrs. Maye Welsch, Des met Moines; past assembly president; Conner Pastor Tisits Here— The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Witter •ake Mills, attended a Methodist v. F. M. S. convention here last veek Wednesday. Mr. Witter is a ormer pastor of the local Metho- ist church. The Witters were re- urning from a visit at their son esley's, Des Moines. Mrs. Wesley \itter was formerly Hildegaarde iuskamp and is the daughter of Ir. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp, Fen- J. A. Devine was assisted by Dr. R. M. Wallace Algona. Callista Elsbecker, R. N is caring for him. His appendix was ruptured, and he is in serious condition. Margaret Schiltz Still at Home- Margaret Schiltz, bookeeper at the Farmers & Traders Savings, is still confined to home and unable to walk because of burns on her 0. H. Graham is Hostess- Mrs. o. H. Graham was hostess at three tables of bridge last week luesday evening. Mrs. F. H Eigler won the high score; Mrs. W V Yager, consolation; Mrs. R ' c' Goetsch, travel prize. Other guests' were Mesdames E. A. Weisbrod Raymond Stoeber, K. O. Stephen-' w\ F W H ; Bolln ' R C - Weishrod, W. R. Wolf, and S. W. Meyer, and Agnes Goetsch. Clifford "White i is Married— Fenton friends here received announcements of the marriage of Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Q, n JJ'o £ exln B ton . Ky., to Mary ' AGENCY 19ft Algona, Iowa church will be at S o'clock Sunda and Friday evenings. The openin services were held this week Mon (lay night. Farmers Welcome <he Rain— The week-end rain was heartil welcomed by farmers and the! wives. It was greatly needed start the oats and gardens. Drops Heavy Iron on Foot- Jos. Thilges dropped a piece o iron on one of his feet one day las week and has since suffered wit a crushed toe. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandt an Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langerman, hot of Swea City, Barbara Plathe De troit, the Henry Thilges family Mrs. Edw. Hammer, John Hammer and Mary Manthei were Sunda dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs L Roy Thilges. The Theodore Fabers and th John Fabers, West Bend, and th Matt Fabers, St. Joe, spent las week Sunday evening at the John Frideres home. The John Berte family, accom panied by Mrs. August Berte, drov to Templeton Sunday for a da' with Sister M. Dratilla. The Herbert Cox family carm Monday from Cedar, Minn, to at tend the wedding of Mrs. Cox's sis ter, Justine Altman. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reding drove to Holmes, near Clarion, one da; last week on a business mission Mrs. Joseph Thilges, of Whitte more, and a daughter spent last week at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's Edward Zeimet, of California, Is spending a short time with tives and friends here. Announcement was made rela- Sunday that the first communion class will be on May 14. The Stephen Loss family entertained at a house party Friday night. Emma Becker is helping with the spring housecleaning at Mike Reding's. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker spent Tuesday at Matt Becker's, near 3urt. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Frideres entertained relatives at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Erpelding spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. Theodore Schrader, Wesley, was n this vicinity Saturday. College Head Will Preach. Lu Verne, May 2—Doctor O'Brien, president of Mornlngside ollege, Sioux City, is expected aay 14 to preach at the Methodist hurch in the morning and hold a meeting for young people in the fternoon. v» 11 n IT •" ' ij * ai J Bell Bailee on April' 10 at Lexington. The Whites are former Fenton residents. The newlyweds will make their home at Chicago. Club Has QuilHh!,' Bee— Mrs. Raymond' Steelier was hostess to her sewing club Friday evening, but the evening was spent at quilting. Friday afternoon she entertained Mrs. Emma Curry Mrs Francis Lakin, Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and Mrs. J. F. Newel at quilting. ' Attends Farewell for Sister The Elmer Weisbrods attended 1 a farewell party at IClemme Sunday m honor of Mrs. Weisbrod's sister, Mrs. Carl Suckow, who, with her family, leaves soon fbr a new home in Louisiana.. Lutheran Conference"Held Here— Northwest Iowa Lutheran ministers of the Missouri' Synod had a three-day conference at the St John's Lutheran church here last WGOlC. \VltVl 3£ r»oof n-» n . ii_ _ , J_ legs two weeks ago suffered when celluloid sheeting caught fire in a car in which she was riding. Roman Wilhelml Has Birthday— A birthday party was given for Roman Wilhelml Sunday evening at Frank Wilhelmi's, and "Cootie" was played at eight tables. Agnes Schiltz and Rudolph Fangman won the high scores; Harriet Jensen and Walter Schiltz, low. Buffalo Center~oT^rs. Entertains The Eastern Star chapter here was entertained <by the Buffalo Center chapter at Buffalo Center last Thursday evening, and 15 from here attended- Mrs. John Kockler Honored- Ten women surprised Mrs. John Kockler last Thursday on her •birthday, when they dropped in for the afternoon. New Catholic Church Roof— The Fort Dodge Roofing company will start this week to put a new roof on St. John's church here'. Holy Hour Tomorrow L. L. Leming, Des Moines, past I. 0. O. F. grand master of Iowa; Chauncey Vial, Mason City, grand herald; and Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts, Wesley. Mr. Butts is a past grand master, and Mrs. Butts is a past assembly president. A silver offering of $3.57 was taken for an enrollment fund. Sixty-one persons —,„*„.,. Mrg _ Gnbert Nelson Blanchard, Burt, were among persons in attendance from around the county. Juniors to Banquet Seniors— The annual junior-senior banquet will be held this week Thursday evening in the . gymnasium. The program will be: toastmaster, William Kennedy; welcome, Wilbur Schram; response, Donald Banta; song, Helen Beed, Lois Heifner, Elsie Kuchenreuther; streamers, Helen Beed; May Pole dancers, Mermyn Hansen; Standards, Supt C. A. Hoon; song, Irma Campbell, ine gymnasium will be decorated with a May pole in the center, with streamers running to the wall Around the walls will be a fence decorated with evergreens. H. S. Loses Ball Championship— The high school ball team played Burt at [Bancroft last week Wednesday to decide the county championship, Titonka having won the east side championship and Burt the west side championship. Burt won, 4-2. Attending from Ti- basement, 15 children attending. George Pannkuk, Minneapolis, was a Titonka caller Sunday. Allene Johnson teacher, was there Saturday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Oscar Blanchard, of Burt, formerly JSstelle Bonacker, visited her mother, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, several days last week. The W. A. 'Stoutenbergs, Burt, were Sunday afternoon callers at their daughter, Mrs. Roy Budlong's, south of town. The Harry Beeds, Mrs. Antone Pankuk, and Mrs. Homer' Downs were at Mason City last Thursday. Edith and Hazel Budlong, Hampton, spent the week-end with their mother, Mrs. Francis Budlong. The Dr. R. C. Balls were at Fort Dodge last Thursday, attending a veterinarians' meeting. Mrs. Jay Budlong was at Algona Friday afternoon. Program CALL THEATRE Wednesday, Thui%, Friday May 84-5 Saturday May 6 Sunday Hollywood Premiere -- Colortone Monday and Tuesday May 8-9 HAYM0 week, with 35 pastors in ance. attend- 3frs. Robert YoettTw Honored— Mrs. Robert Vbettler was taken by surprise on u; birthday anniversary last week Monday evening when her children and grandchildren came. Other Teuton News. S" 68 , 1 ^ TOte™. Des Moines, Sunday with Mrs. water's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. Lucille Weisbrod, attending Catholic church Friday evening at 7:30, the firstjPriday of the- month. HORS Shipped to Mai-Ret— Ten- decks of hogs were- shipped to market Saturday by F J Welp and W. A. Murray. Other Bancroft News. Mr: and Mrs; Roy Fuller, Wendell, Mihnn., came Saturday to visit the H. J. Guides till Monday. Roy's mother; Mrs. Anne McQuirfr, went to Wendell with them to visit several weeks. Mrs. McQuirft makes' her home with her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Guide. Saturday evening the Guides, _ Fullers, and Mrs. McQuirk were dinner guests of Mrs. C. C. Smith,. Burt. Mr. and r,p the ther6 ' to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weisbrod Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kassel, Ayrshire were over-night visitors at Methoais Mrs. Kate Newel, Stoeber, Mrs. J. F . J. Weisbrod, and Mrs. W. E . Mrs. Raymond . mon Stoeber were visitors last Thurs- E- Weisbrod ' s . Emmetsburg .Dr. j. T . Waite visitor at Greenville. Charles Lauritzen, P a w ^ 6 Waite C. H. Geronsins. Sunday Mr. and Mr/ Whittemore Waite home and with «n'i - - J- Stephenson and daughter Margaret spent the week-end at Nels Mitchell's, near tejfof *0 U j' S ' Mitche11 belnB a sls Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley have returned from two weeks with relatives in Indiana and elsewhere Edward Priebe substituted on the mail route. - M , rs - Anna Osborn, her children, iarl, Clarence, and Pauline Virmia Frank, and Richard Goetsch ivere Sunday guests at F. J Weis- The Axel Brattlunds have moved 1 into his mother's house with Gus Bratthind: They vacated the James Ditsworth house. The Tom Lar- sens will move to this house and occupy the lower floor, while Mr and Mrs. Leonard' CtitTer, of Esth- emTTei will live unstaiTs. Mrs. Larsen is a sister of Leonard Cutler Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Cavanaugh,. Chicago, spent Friday with relatives here. Mrs. Caranaugh was Irene Cummihgs before marriage. Friday noorr Mr. and Mrs J H Sheridan entertained Dr. and 'Mrs! Cavanaugh, Mr. and Mrs. N. E H ' Boyle a * Mrs pferre Sartor and her daughter, Mrs. Mary Oesterrelcher, both of Titonka, attended installation of officers of the W. C. 0 F at the Forester hall Sunday afternoon and were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan. ' Among Bancrofters who attended the funeral of Peter Dahl, Swea lir ,? unday morni ng were Mrs. G. W. Carmean, daughter Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sherman, daughter Marjorie, Hans Doose, and Albert Deitering. Mrs Henry Krogman, of New Hampton, and her son Alvie spent Sunday at the J. F. Kramer and Frank Vaske homes. Mrs. Krogman is a sister of Mr. Kramer Mrs. Anna Leslie went to (Buffalo Center last Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. G. S. Underkof- tonka were Pauline Blakley, Raymond and Lois Reifner, Helen Beed, Loraine Peterson, Margaret Calhes, Mr. and Mrs. L. C .Heifner and Neil Slack. ' TrtonRfans Attend Music Festival— Titonkians who attended the county school music festival at Algona Saturday evening, aside from pupils and the music teacher were Supt. Hoon, Mrs. R. L. Kranitz Doris, Clifford, and Marion Krantz' Mrs, L. B. Larson, Mrs. William Schramv Wilbur Schram, Myrtle Am a, and Edith Reynolds. All Glee club, orchestra, and band members attended rehearsal in the afternoon.. Hoon Attends State- Conference— 'Superintendent C. A. Hoon attended 1 a school conference at the Hotel Fort Des- Moines Friday. r ^ -.-. — .*, i*ii***i OUU school superintendents, county superintendents, and school board menvbers were registered. The purpose of tills meeting- was to discuss effects of the new Beatty-Bennett mandatory tax redaction law on the state's school! system. S^'^mores Him* Wiener Roast— a wiener _ the Nelson. Teachers attending were Campbell, Lela B. Stephens Coach and 1 Mra. Qunmire. Each of the class invited a nd some 40 w^ans there. l>ry Caucus Held Here— A dry caucus was held Friday evening. The Rev. Fremont Faul wa* electee! precinct chairman county convenhtm delegate, Mrs. ^*°^. ! e; .f le , c »° n Juoee. Her- Fire at Irvington Apr. 26 is Put Out Irvington, May 2 — The house here owned by Mrs. Charles Sankey and occupied by Mrs. Sankey and the Arthur Rileys caught fire ast week Wednesday morning and vas considerably damaged before he blaze could be extinguished. The fire originated between the eiling of the front room and the loor of the room above at a place vhere a stovepipe went through A! ire extinguisher and some water were used in putting out the blaze. The floors, walls, and rafters In the upper part of the ftouse will •have to be repaired. The fire was discovered by Mildred .Dole, who saw smoke coming out air upstairs window and escaping at points In Wednesday, Thurs, Friday "THV May 10-11.12 HELEN Technicolor Musical. "Mey, Hey. Westerner Saturday May 18 "GIRL CUA 7 . Devil Horse tf 0 Sunday, May 14 Mother's Day Monday 15 Tuesday and Wednesday May 16-17 JAMES (DUNN BOOTS MA Falls Out of C«r; Whittemore, May 2—Joan, little daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. George Balgeman, fell out of the family car Sunday on the way to town. Her face, one leg, and head were bruised. .She was taken to the McCreery hospital for medical' attention. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3730. State of Iowa, Kossuth. county, no, ° Distrlct Court, March term 1933. Thursday and Friday 3Iay 18-19 Saturday May 20 Special "Roosevelt, I Sunday May 21 Horse No. g Monday and Tuesday May 22-23 Wednesday, Thurs, Friday May 24-25-26 LADY" BJETTEJAVIS " THE jDAVID MAKERS "ELMER — ---•* \x itljjl JOE iE. BROWN Saturday May 27 Sunday and Monday May 28-29 Tuesday and Wednesday May 30-31 DECORATION KIT WHEELER & WOOLSEY "FLESH" Horse No. 9 "ADORABLE^ . JANiET GAYNQR HENRY GAR.J LEWIS 'STONE BENITA LIONEL, BARRYMORE To All Whom It May Concern- You are hereby notified, that « u nstrument of writing purporting o be the last Will and Testament an en of Frances J. Wermersen, deceased, dated August 30, 1933, having ttTwh ls i day ? led - opened and read the 5th day of June, 1933, is fixed '"hearing proof of same at the Algona ° £ MTomes at More than Des 300 The- sophomores' had won i- woods member T 0 ov 6 ! C ', erk ° f Said Court; »d at 10 o clock a. m. of the day; above mentioned all persons infereS are hereby notified and retired to appear, and show cause if any they^iave, why said Instrument should not be probated and aHow- ed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased Dated at Algona, Iowa, Anuil 29, B. J. , Clerk of District. Court KOSSUTH COUNTY, .SS Mod's. Mrs. O. H. Graham attended a neeting of the Burt Woman's club ast week Monday night at Mrs. J r Heaney's, Burt. A. P. Peterson came home last ,veek Tuesday from Des Moines where he has spent two weeks with elatives. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and Mrs. Augst Nelson attended a Legion Aux- liary meeting at Algona Saturday fternoon. The W. P. Weisbrods were Sun- ay guests of Mrs. Weisbrod'a mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, A l- Mrs ' Walter Lakota, took her over Mrs. G. D. Hart and Mrs. G. W Carmean attended a Red Cross meeting at Algona Friday morning The reason of the meeting was gardens for the poor. Mrs. Joseph Wilhelmi and her three children spent four days last week at Irvington with the for- m mu S mother - Mr s- V. J. Schichtl R a ;,i«h An ™ n 5 lrschber ss and Joe Hanish, Churdan, spent Sunday with the Rev. J. F. Schultes. They are former parishioners. Mrs. Jule Seifert and her daughter, Mrs. Jack Lynch, both of Ledyard, spent last week Wednesday at Frank McGuire's. Attorney Harold Doyle, Yankton, b. D., and two sons spent the ^ „„.. election clerks, Leon- CdlKes, Andrew Hansen. Mrs. Zvrelfel's Birthday Honored- A Birthday party was given in honor _of Mrs. Edw. Zweifel Sun- Attending were: elsons; the Amos :as, Sexton; - Two at Rochester Clinic— to to Chester to go through the Mr. and Mrs Six Boys Taken to Movie- ho Pet T on ' to °k a number of boys to a show at Algona last week Wednesday night They werl Raymond and Arnold RickX ° ' wai Wood/and^LrBudTng? Other Titonka News. Lela B. Stephens, high teacher, was at Violet auray firlt S ack and Bedford (Buf- "" g t° n vs ited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kermit, eldest son of Mr. and Mr& L. B. Larson who Is employed in Clarion, spent the week-end at his and helped celebrate mother's birthday Sunday. Ihe Eric Petersons plan to move : —^—•• i . Remode Repair Reroof Repaint Now while materials and labor are low in price fet time tO)»put your buildings in repaaij: We are ready to, foelp you plan these improvements SEE US eiirht I9&\ ~rr^ "^"""i Twenty(^R\ ,v L -^^nshi'P Ninety-five (ao) Jvorth Ranee T t |'|HrH> 6 i3 eas* door of the ~- ' • -' at the F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229—Lumber and Coal FOR FINE TEXTURE IN YOUR CAKES un- this .I 6th day of Sheriff 4r«re f/e 6/efes douMeaci BAKIN POWDE . A Mrs. Ruby, Graettinger, and her daughter spent several days KV Friday Eagle his sister, 10( * ed spent John Moines, ^Plaintiffs Attorney. M^'SKARTSTOPPED" w. Lusby, Druggist. 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