Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1933 · Page 3
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Lan was former- ^to ••"— o/? Goeders Seen as Sinister Political Maneuver IF. A. Moacrlp in MarHhalltown Times-Republican.] JKOS9UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA PAGE THUMB ' had been with Hast week Sunday TklfHi — Ken and Huldah I 1 *, in,, formerly of 1 last. Thursday I attended furi- ,ir sister-in-law, n iwi at' Kenyon, TflilTreturn to Ken- Bouse for her brother tils infant daughter. known and well- j at Varna some time I torn painfully crlp- latium for years. .- i •• . • iTbltlngHere— Albert Johnson, ot , and their son jh'thome Albert's par- Johnsons, .Friday. i had visited Albert, ,n's sister, Mrs. Pete ;andria, Minn., and jflwin, St. James, js family remained flionday, visiting rela- I'Johnson was Mary, (the August Engstroms. _. j Plans Vacation— fbe no services except jxiUt the Methodist |t Sunday, for the pastor (Sulty will be away, at! Bible Conference at ig lecturers is Doc- fo. Chappell, Birming- bbo will attend from [August B. Prof. Rolltn [Delaware, 0., will teach jthe same period. t Buffalo Center- toon preached at the Congregational / morning. He had [the Congregational pul- t City, but that church; I its vacation, and Mr.' ,1 serve at Buffalo Cen- lember 1, when a new :ted. . ; I1 Sew Son— fl born to Supt. and Mrs. , lormerly Wesley, last ly, .The Edies now have A son, the first I born to Mr. and Mrs. I Carman last week The baby weighed Mrs. Carman was for- iBleich. :tedHome— I R, Bernsten, Congregate Is expected home this PI and church services ''be held here . next ng. Mr, Bernsten i gone a month, meet- lents at various points I Teacher Reelected— pughter of the Wallace been reelected prl- ' at Emmetsburg for fs the Iowa fish and game commission to bo made a political football again? Are the patronage - starved democrats to break down the civil service system In that department established under republican regime, grab off a few fat Jobs — and others not so fat — for themselves, and throw a monkey wrettch Into _ the machinery Which may do considerable damage to the 25 year conservation plan? These arc questions local conservationists arc asking. It Is, apparently, a matter for the state executive Council to deckle. Yesterday the council met and considered the question of dismissal of Dennis H. Goeders, appointee of former Governor Turner, assertedly a democrat at the time of appointment, Now, however, the executive council has been presented with claims that Goeders voted the republican ticket in the 1928 anil 1930 primaries. For that reason it is insisted,.he must be dia- , missed and a real democrat named. But the executive council is not. sure of its power, ant so it wllltake time to consider This effort to get rid of Goed ers is declared by Iowa sports men and conservationists to 'be the first step on the part of administration advisers to seize control of the fish and game department, get rid of State Warden Bode, and take over the $200,000 hank roll of the fish commission. And so the Waltonlans and the conservationists arc up In arms. Governor Herring haa been bombarded with letters and petitions from men who do not take stellar roles in the pol- tical battles of the state but ook more to proper administration of the fish and game de- lartment, insisting that ' both jocdcrs and Bode be retained. Actually Bode has done much o further protection and propagation of fish and game in Iowa. Ho Is an authority in his line. rlls appointment was sought and lathered by the Walton league branches in Iowa following the loath of Albert. They knew him for a conservationist, and his course since his appointment has justified their faith in him. And so the sportsmen of Iowa are disturbed over the tempest which has been stirred up about the political affiliations of Mr. Goeders. In fairness to Governor Herring, it isn't the chief executive they fear so much as it is unseen political influences in the background, admittedly out to get the spoils which belong, historically at least, to the victors. They fear the governor- may be coerced into accepting dictation from those unseen advisers, that the game and fish department, with its many deputies, will be turned from a fairly efficient, nonpolitical organization into a party plaything, and that the 25 year program and other contemplated movements will be knocked into cocked hats. And what o£ the poor fish? Hail Damages the Corn in Strip Near St. Joe 40 NEW BOOKS FOR LIBRARY AT SWEA CITY Swea City, July 25—The Swea !lty library board placed 40 hew jooks on the shelves .Saturday last week. "The Store," by T. S. Strlb- Ing, which received the. Pulitzer prize in 1933, is one of the books Other titles are: As the Earth Turns, Sons of Earth, Years of Achievement, American Beauty The Last Adams, Gunsight Pass, The Grinso Privateer, Beyond the Blue Sierra, Burning up the Sky, Twenty Thousand (Leagues Under the Sea, Buff a Collie, Yoo Hoo Everybody Here is Skippy, God Lights a Candle, The Invincible Louise, Tiny Tail and Other Stories, Swift Eagle of the Bio Grande, Sure Pop and the Safety Scouts, The Little Mexican Donkey Boy, two Peter and Polly books. Other books soon to be placed on the shelves are Washington's Boyhood Fun at Sunnyside Farm, Polly and Peter in Autumn, Wings of Courage, Silk of the Corn, Let the Hurricane Roar, A Woman Named Smith, and Mother Knows Best. Lutheran Festival Sunday— „ Next Sunday the third annual summer festival of churches affiliated with the American Lutheran conference will be held at Sylvania park in Fairmont. The guest speaker this year is the Rev. T. F. Gullixon, D. D., president of Luther Theological Seminary. The Sunday school address will be given by the Rev. S. F. Bredow, of Ceylon. The large chorus will be directed by A. B. Tweeten, of Swea City. All congregations of Lutheran Synods within a 30-mile radius of Fairmont are expected to attend this meeting. The Lutheran churches in this terriory are closed that day. some time. Pastor Is Jicported Married— iFrlends here have received word that the Rev. R. W. Boade was married at iLake Preston, S. !>., recently. He is pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church here and at Armstrong. The bride's name has not been learned here. Annual Show Here Again— The Madden-Stllllan players showed three evenings here last week. They were greeted by a good sized crowd each evening. They come each summer, and are liked by the community. Peterson Heads Odd Fellows— The Odd Fellows have installed officers: August X. Peterson, N. G.; William Christiansen, V. G.; G. B. Harner, R. S. to N. G.; Martin Nelson, L. G. to N. G.; Ora D. Simmons 1 , warden. Legf Is Broken in Fall— B. C. Peterson, who lives a mile north of town, fell from 'the hay loft and broke his leg Thursday at- they spent ten days at the world's ternoon. Dr. Lundqulst reduced fair. Whittemore Pair Wed 65 Years Ago Whittemore, July 25—Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wolfe dropped in to surprise them last week Wednesday evening and celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary. Lunch brought by the guests was served at midnight. The Wolfea have lived here 17 years. Mrs. Wolfe Is 82, and Mr. Wolfe 89. They have nine children. A fifth generation picture was taken some years ago. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Cboles, Toledo, Ohio; the Herman, August, and Albert Vaudts, the H. W. Behnkes, the Rev. and Mrs. Discher, all of Whittemore; and the August Bernaus, West Bend. Four Corner* Pearl Walker and Margaret Ha| bager, Algona, got home last week Wednesday from Chicago, where the fracture. Other Swea Cltj. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McAninch, of Hawarden, visited at the A. M. McAninch and Mrs. Nels Griffith homes Sunday. Mrs. McAninch and Mrs. Griffith are sisters, while the Messrs. McAninch are cousins. Mrs. Griffith and Olive McAninch returned with them to Hawarden. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Robinson, who | had visited relatives at Spencer and Spirit Lake, returned to C. N. Robinson's Friday evening. Threshing started in this neighborhood Friday. The oats crop is exceedingly poor, running only from two to ten bushels an acre. A large number of Four Corners young folks attended a surprise party for Cecil (Bjustrom at the severa Frank Bud Hanson was sent to Chero- Ambrose A. Call state park last kee last week after being examined week Monday evening, by the county insanity commission- Mrs. John Wilson and her son ers. He had been at Iowa City the Corwln spent Friday at Edward previous week for treatment. Rich's-, helping cook for threshers Mrs. Forrest Hanlfan and Junior, Mary Cruikshank spent who have been visiting Mrs. Hani- days last week with the fan's sister in South Dakota for Cruikshanks. She is the younges some time, returned last week. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthu Mrs. P. J. Heiken left Thursday Cruikshank. last week for Los Angeles to visit Mrs. Roy Lowman and Mrs. Or- her son Maurice and family, and ville Holdren were at Arthur her father, Mr. Hatch. Cruikshank's last Thursday after- Mr, and Mrs. G. Ditz, of Fair- noon. mont, with their daughter from John Rich went to Chicago with Minneapolis, were Sunday visitors a shipment of fat cattle • a Laird & McCullough FUNERAL DIRECTORS PHONE 621 ALGONA, IOWA L NOTICE OF HEARING ON ESTABLISHMENT OF PROPOSED SECONDARY ROAD NO. 249 Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in the office of? ic County Auditor of Kossuth County, a petition for the establishment f a district for surfacing the following secondary road: Beginning at the southwest corner of section 23-96-28 and runnlnft orth one (1) mile. Said road to be surfaced with gravel. • Said district to include the following described real estate: , Description Sec. Twp. ohn Kain Robert B. Harrison __. jovlse Young Frances K. Benschoter 22 22 23 23 93 96 96 96 29 28 289.9 Said petition will come on for hearing before the Board of Super« visors at their office in the Court House in Algona, Iowa, at 2 o'clock p.m. on the 1st day of August, 1933, at which time all persons interested, .herein may appear and be heard in the matter. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 14th day of July, 1933. E. J. BUTLER, 45-46 County Auditor*, at Frank Thomson's. St. Joe, July 25 — Threshing began in most of the runs in this vicinity last week, but was halted Friday by Thursday night's heavy rain, which was accompanied by much hail about the size of a walnut. The hall started about three- fourths of a mile west of St. Joe, and traveled east to farms east of Lu Verne, doing much damage there. There was also another heavy ^aln Friday night with some wind, which flattened cornfields, but it is thought the corn will straighten up again. Saturday night brought another rain which ended in a drizzle Sunday morning. New Gravel Pit Opened— Humboldt county recently purchased two acres of land from Peter Schmidt where a new gravel pit was opened the latter part of last week by the W. B. Williams graveling crew. Monday the gravelers began hauling from the new pit. Baker and Patton, contractors from Wright county moved their work- ins equipment and crew into another St. Joe pit last week and are NEIGHBORS GATHER FOR BIRTHDAK OF MRS, HERMAN HINTZ Lotts Creek, July 25 : J—Mrs. Herman Hintz was taken by surprise Friday evening, when relatives, and friends arrived to help her celebrate a birthday. The evening was spent at cards. Guests were: Mrs. Mary Mittag, daughter Adelia, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace, daughter Gloria Ann, Fenton; the Fred Boettchers, the Oscar Kohlwes family, Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz, Algona; and the Edward Hackbarths, Union township. Lelnnds Lease Gas Station— William Leland and his son Victor have leased their Swea City service station to the Standard Oil company and retired. They'built the station eight years ago and always sold Standard gas. The elder Mr. Leland conducted the station, and his son drove a tank wagon. Harold Christiansen now runs the station, and Lawrence Sanft- ner is running the tank wagon. Pooles, Winters Have Guests— Mr. and Mrs. Claude Poole, Doris, Orville, and Bobby, of Des Moines, and Henry Engle and Charles Schroeder, of Hawkeye, were weekend guests at Wm. Poole's and H. T. Winter's. Mrs. William Poole and Frances Poole went to Des Moines with the Claud Pooles to visit while Mrs. Clara Poole went to Hawkeye with her nephews for an extended visit. Mrs. Frank Nagel and are visiting her parents, the W. O. Nelsons. Mrs. Nangel was former- week ago Saturday, getting home last daughter Thursday. Mrs. Rich's parents, ly Virginia Nelson. Malinda Kanney is Hermie Knutson's. visiting at Horse Bruises Blacksmith. Fenton, July 25 — E. C. Fauerby, local blacksmith, met with an accident last Thursday while he was shoeing a horse. The animal kicked, struggled, and fell dead. Mr. Fauerby suffered a gash in the head and was bruised considerably, but he escaped having bones broken. employed this week roads for the state. re-surfacing Boy Born to Harold Thuls— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul are parents of a 9%-lb. boy born Satur- Blrthdny is Celebrated— The William Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, the Albert Meyers, Whittemore, the Henry Laucks, West Bend, and the Martin Meyers, Garner, helped Mrs. Edwin Lelb celebrate her 22nd birthday at Adam ing. Leib's Friday even- Lowden Pastor Visits Here— The Rev. and Mrs. Herman Maas, day morning at the General hos- r ow( j en spe nt part of last week . . . _ . . . rrO. l_I_il_^J_P!»*ci4- * r . f «„ n _>1 . News. pee Benton is at Clear l medical treatment, and "aunts, the Meadames 1 Adams. Mr, and Mrs, ry called on her Sup- 1 drove on to Mason iey visited Mrs, Ames'•in-law, Mrs. 0, .E, Alls. Amesbury's niece and ^daughter, Ethel Miller. Rational Aid will meet [afternoon. Mrs. Marion I" lead the lesson, and ' Pour Joys in Life. |,oe served. *wrence Wingert's, eld. I™!; at Waterloo,was ' visiting his grandtath- • The elder Mr. Win- [w be about, following a o£ Mr. and Mrs. Ann 1 home from Pes week-end. He has pital in Algona. This is their first child and also the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. George Thul, and fourth grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker. Hospital Patient Home Again- Caroline Gisch returned Thursday from the Kossuth hospital, where she had undergone an operation for ruptured appendix a month ago. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert and Raymond Gales returned home Monday from Watkins, Minn. Bur- nadlne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert, remained at the N. J. Klein home to help care for Edwin Francis, new son at the Klein home. ' . ' The Matt Beckers and Raymond Becker, of Burt, were guests at Nick Bormann Jr.'s, Sunday. George Becker Jr. accompanied the Matt Beckers home for several weeks visit. -Alfred Faber, of Hope, N. D., came the first of last week to spend some time in this vicinity. At present he is working for Charles Plathe. , Mr. and Mrs. James Becker, Francis Phillips and Clarence Kramar drove to Nashua to attend a Phillips family reunion Sunday. Mrs. James Pecker and brother, FranclB PblUlpB...and with the John Kohlwes family. They had visited their daughter, Mrs. E. E. Schroeder, of Correll, Minn., and relatives at Welcome, Minn. . Woman's Eye Badly Injured. Lu Verne, July 25 — Mrs. Arthur Legler suffered a painful accident one day laat week, when she was hit in one eye with a potato fork. It is hoped that she will not lose her sight in that eye. Auxiliary Delegates Are Named— {Fern Walker and Mrs. George K. Nelson have been elected delegates to the state Legion auxiliary con- vntion at Sioux City August 22 24. Mrs. Herman Bowman and Mrs. August Peterson are alternates. The meeting at which they were elected was held at the Nelson home. Former Residents in Visit- Mrs. Sweet and daughter .Ruth, Grand Island, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs,' Robert Dutton, and daughter, of Elmore, attended Methodist church here Sunday, and visited friends during the day. They formerly lived here. Mrs. Dutton was Mildred Sweet. Silos Are Blown Down. Lone Rock, July 25—High winds Saturday night blew down silos at Harry Hobson's, Will Christenson's, and Henry Hartwell's. A machine shed at Henry Wiener's waa ~also blown down. Mr. and Mrs. 'Harvey Johnson, Algona, stayed with, her while he was away. .Little Ellen June, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wlth- am, was sick several days last week with a gathering in one ear, She is now greatly improved. Mrs. Roy Lowman has had .ear trouble a week and a half, but is better. The Herbert Schmellngs were guests of the Howard Withams Sunday. Mrs. Witham, who 'had spent the past two weeks with the Schmelings, came home with them Mrs. Schmeling is a daugher of the Withams. Avis Wilson, Whittemore, who had worked for the George Koehns since school was out, went home last week Wednesday. The Larkln club met with Mrs. Mart Elmore Saturday afternoon; attending: Mrs. Everett Witham, Violet Walker, Pearl Potter, Eula Rich, Clara Drayton, Ruby Walker. N OW — WITH RISING PRICES, it's more important to save food. These savings more than pay for Corolnado Refrigerator. Stores. Gamble 21-46. Why Are You Trying to Accumulate an Estate ? There are only three reasons. She first, so that you and your family may enjoy the pleasures and necessities of life now. Second, so that you may be able to enjoy th plasures of old age. Third, so that if death should overtake you, you will leave your family with enough -to pay your last expenses and continue on as they are living now. How large an estate have you accumulated? How long has it taken? Would your old age be as comfortable as you would like to have it? Will your family be taken care of as well as they are now, if you should be taken away? These are the problems that are running through every man's mind. There is a way to overcome this problem. And the only sure way. If you live your old age will 'be taken care of, and if you should be called away the family will be taken care of. What a wonderful thought this would be. Let Us show you how these problems can be taken care of. Write for information—you are under no obligation. THE OLD LINE CEDAR RAPIDS LIFE INSURANCE CO. Home Office, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Clean Cotton Rags Wanted Knii'vlUe Plans Mission Feat— The Immanuel congregation is Invited to attend a mission fest at Fairville next Sunday. German services will be held here at the usual time, 10 a. m. Fred Boettcher Builds Barn— A new barn is being erected on the Fred Boettcher farm, north of Lotts Creek. Martin Hantelman, Fenton contractor, is doing the work. Other Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner entertained at dinner Sunday the Werner Siems family and Mrs. Stems mother and aunt, of Evansville, Ind • Mrs. Chris Siems, of Whittemore, Esther and Erwin; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl, West Bend. Werner, Esther, Erwln, and Mrs. Wiehtendahl are brothers and sisters of Mrs. Reisner, and Mrs. Siems Is her mother. Mr and Mrs. Werner Siems, their children, Sonny Boy, Ruth Marion, and David, and Mrs. Siems' mother and aunt, all of Evansville; Ind Chris Siems, of Whitte" Mr. last Home From California- James Vaux Jr. came last week Wednesday from southern California, where he has been the past few months. He is at the George Butterfield home ' at present. His wife, Marie Butterfield Vaux, has been visiting her parents here for Specials 8 Capitol. 1 business Gordon, grad- course at gutter ,and the Bertha at uneral services JHg drove to Cylinder Friday visit the Nick Eischens. ' Mrs. Gus Bosalis and Emma Becker, of Cherokee, visited rela- tJyes and friends here Sunday. They returned Monday. _...... „,„„„ Cletus Reding, of Whittemore, returned.home last week Wednesday afteJ a few days visit at John "n and Mrs. more, were dinner guests of Kuecker AT MEALTIME. Adolph Fuhrman and Matt Faber returned Monday from a short trip to Hope, N. D., to visit the Henry Mrs. Ra,iph 0£ Mrs ' Susie tor > come Ur Fishers will ?*e Tom ^TOen Tom Lake. ' Seller, Fabers, John Schumacher, Bancroft, stopped Sunday morning at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's on MB way to Des A number from here attended the West Bend park celebration last week Tuesday and Wedntsday. Belmar Reding spent a few days last week ?t the Nick Reding home near Whittemore. f The .Raymond Schumachers, of Swea City, Visited relatives 'here and Mrs, Edward week Tuesday evening. Werner is a brother of Mrs. Kuecker. Dorothy Heidenwith, of Whittemore, visited her grandmother, Mrs Emilie Heidenwith, who keeps house .for William Leisener, last week They attended the funeral of Ralph Black last Thursday at the Merrltt funeral home, Algona. Mrs. Black is a niece of Mrs. Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes and the Rev. and Mrs. Maas visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes, Corwith, Thursday and that evening we dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Fenton. Oscar is Superb Tomato Catsup, large 14-oz. bottle. Superb French style mustard;, quart jar — Jello,. 3 packages _„— Navy Beans, 3 pounds — Alaska Pink Salmon, 2 tall cans—„_ Pork and Beans, large No. 2i/ 2 can — Vinegar, full strength, water for many pur-* were a son ^enceand^nKr^were Jjayeer, # Fort spent laafe Thursday here. Dodge, 10c LV 4-'» CJCt, x- v**"*""' • — tt oull ot Mr. and Mrs. Kohlwes, and Mrs -Dreyer is their daughter. Marlon, Edward, and Vincent Dunn, Mitchell, S, D., are spending a vacation with their aunt, Mrs. George Winkel. Elsie Kohlwea is having a week s vacation from the Neville Toggery, where she has been employed six months. , _ The William Wetzels visited Sunday afternoon at the latter's mother Mrs John Genrich's, Lu Verne. Fort Dodge, came Kima jruw»v*, *•>"- "rt/ one day tort week to visit ; her .parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. Mrs. Chris Manning, who -lives with her sons William and Albert, became ? rtrfousiy ill Sunday. The heavy rain Saturday evening . Everything was be- poses, per gallon — Fly Swatters, Ions wire handle Shinola, black, brown, dime value,. Black Flag Blow Gun, both for ——White Laundry Soap, 10 bars for --— Ring Bologna, per pound ----Comb Honey, 3 cakes Sardine?, in oil, 6 cans Kraft Boiled Salad Dressing, quart jar -1 ginning to dry UP Mileage? YM, we have the AIRWHEEL —and • act of these big* buoyant, euper-aoft tires will make any small car ride like a million dollars, Drive around—let us show you how easy it is to wake a change-over, Deldutch Super Service ALGONA, IOWA LUBKJCATION, CAB ,11' Vi a 1 I T--

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