Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1933
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA PAOB art Mr«. Tom Kelly, Mrs. O. Wehr- span, Mrs. Louis (Braatz, and Mrs. M. Mallory. !few T. V, S. Member Received— At a Y. P. S. meeting last Thursday evening at St. Paul's school Herman Schumacher was received as'a new member. Geelan Has Mayo Examination— Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Geelan were at Rochester part of last week, and Mr. Geelan had examination at the Mayo hospital. t . Miw. Meyer Dlrthday Observed- Relatives helped Mrs. Herman Meyer celebrate a birthday last Thursday evening. Electric Refrigerator Installed— H. W. Geelan has Installed Four Corners an M ana me «..»—>!&> by Messrs, Jen' glBU "* „_»_*.„ wfw «ro- ,,«n the Prlebe 7 gwarU. Doctor !'«. Zumach lunch, the Retder Tel- Theesfeld bar- Creek by a A** VT I UHJt--it*il 11MQ *Hl!)tCHlUU till electric cooling system for meats in his store. Daughter for Martin Ostwnlds— A girl, the first child, was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Ostwald. Martin .when the closing "** A ^4 AM n/w. Nate Robinson celebrated a birthday last week Tuesday evening in his granddaughter Mrs. Roy Lowman's. Attending: Mrs. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Robinson, daughters Mildred, Ruth, Marlon, and Dwayno De Muth, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren. Ice cream and angel food cake were served. Fred Adams, Gillesple, 111., and its son Fred spent from last week Tuesday till last Thursday at Edward Rich's. Mr. Adams, who was en route to South Dakota, picked corn for the Richs three years ago. Chester Robinson's thumb, which was toadly cut and bruised a week ago Friday, is now greatly Improved. The accident occurred while he was helping to set up a new stock tank, which .fell on the thumb. The John Sabins went to Mason City last Thursday to bring home LAKOTA MEAT MARKET FIRE EXTINGUISHED •Lakota, Aug. 8—The fire whistle aroused Lakota Saturday morning at 4 o'clock when the Sturdevant meat market was reported on fire. The Sturdevants were out of town and Nick Behrends on his way to the creamery saw smoke Issuing from the building. The fire company put out the fire, but the St. Joe Boy Falls Off Silo; Is Only Bruised ff9l when thi 10 p. TO- Another - I tote held August 31 at james B. Geelan was - Other Whtt.tcmore News. Sunday dinner guests at Fred Struecker's were the John Getzen- auers, Lone Rock, Mrs. Anna Dau, her family, and Christ Meyer. Afternoon and evening callers were the Otto Wichtendahls, of Lotts Creek, the Erwln and Walter Strueckers, and the Henry .Laucks, also the Eli Kitchenmasters, Steen, Minn., Mrs. Kltchenmaster being a sister of Mr. Lauck and the Mesdames Struecker. * •Lola Baine, Hastings. Neb., left **ji\tj AUOU j. nut fn^ay LU ui nig iii/iuo their daughter Edith, who had gone there with the John Gettmans a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Helen Walters, daughter Geneva, and Mrs. John Wilson, and her son Corwln, all of Whlttemore, were callers at Edward Rich's last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lippold, Lar- amle, Wyo., were guests- of the J. P. Nickersons two days last week. The Llppolds run a dairy which supplies iLaramle with milk. rooms and furniture over the market, occupied by the Sturdevants, were badly damaged by fire and water, and the store below was also damaged. The prigin ot the fire has not been determined. Pastor's Daughter Is HI— Lakota friends of the Rev. and Mrs. Jerrie Johnson, of St. Louis, Mo., will >be Interested in knowing that their oldest daughter, Anna May, wife of a Dubuque dentist, had an operation for 'brain tumor at a hospital In St. Louis last week Tuesday, and at last reports appeared to be recovering, but was still suffering severe headaches. The Rev. and Mrs. Johnson had planned on a short visit here this month, but because of her serious St. Joe, 'Aug. 8—George Becker Jr., whose home is here but who Is spendlrig a few weeks at Matt Becker's, near Hurt, recently escaped a serious Injury. He had cllmbef up 35 feet on a silo, then, losing his balance, fell, but was fortunate enough to catch an Iron rod before hitting bottom. This broke the fall, and he was not injured, aside from bruises and a grand scare. George, who Is eight, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Becker Sr. Woman Falls; Breaks Arm- Mrs. Peter N. Thilges has a broken arm, suffered a Week ago Sunday while she was feeding her chickens and tripped and fell. Mrs William Reding is taking her place as chairman of one of the committees for the church .bazaar next week. deres went to Burt Friday to help Matt Becker thresh. Susan Naber left Saturday for Jhlcago to attend the Century of Progress exposition. Clarence and Richard Marso and Simon Zlemet went to Lost Island Sunday to fish. Viola Mueller, Whittemore, spenl a few days last week at the John Frideres home. The John Bertes left Friday for Dell Rapids, S. D., to visit rela tlves. Mrs. Henry Ziemet Sr. has been sick. CONCRETE STREETS COST LESS TO DRIVE ON FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE THE CEMCNT SERVICE MM. CME OF: PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION"—""""" 'Pearl "Walker spent from Friday —- • — — , night till Sunday with, the Lurhl illness have given It up for the Ringsted. Evelyn Nicker- Present. uu .« ...... v , *.*»»«... ou . »,w«. ( **...„ i.r essiorSt rungsieu. rjveiyii 'IMUK.CI- for home Sunday, after a week at soni who spent two weeks w im the i .„„„,, Supervisor F. J. Balgeman's. She | FcsslerSi came nome wiih her . The A " c , n * ^"^' A "^'. was accompanied as far as Sioux | Fern Hulings, Brltt, were Sunday f ™?*£ *™, X™ City by Louis Balgeman. Miss! dlnner gucsts at Nickersonls. Mrs. l al ° C ££?*L^Iff f Bayne and Ruth Balgeman at the latter's sister, Mrs. „ at Nickersonls. Mrs. werc Huling was formerly Gladys Nick- north of surprise her in honor BhMrttday thls week VtookbUetsoffo^d. bri"cake baked by her v r s Fred Wegener, was i in green and served as Diece. Guests were the rn, the Walter Thomp- D[ff in Heldenwiths, Lone (Henry Kuecks, Seneca, ...r Heldenwiths and the Kkers, Whittemore, and Cjlle Heldenwlih's nephew, IjJillenfeld Jr., Algona, and Johnson's, near Havelock, Saturday, helping cook for threshers. The George Balgemans spent last Thursday evening at Mr. Balgeman's sister, Mrs. C. C. Johnson's, Mallard, and were accompanied here by Bernice, daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. Balgeman. erson. Tltonka Pioneer Is Dead. Howe, Buf- „ Rev. and Mrs. .». „. Johnson went to the Okobojls Friday to attend the Bible confer- lence. Some of the outstanding were Prof. R. H. LuVerne Family Moves to New Minnesota Home nioima 1'ioneer is ifeau. ;.,,„, i i 1» -a t r> r Titonka, Aug. 8-The John Plais- Ohio Wesley university, Prof C G ier funeral was held Saturday at Chappell, Chattanooga Tenn and the Rev. Mr. Kalian's Lutheran the Rev Mr. LlndhwstoMheChi- church three miles north of town, cago office of the board of educa- Death followed a heart attack. He «on, who tal kedon R ellg »««Edu- was an old settler in this vicinity. | caUon^Prof. McCollin.^f Morning estra furnished special music. To Visit Black Hills— Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter and Meriam Heetland left Friday morn- Kaln Cancels Sunday Game- 1 There was no ball game Sunday here, due to a heavy rain in the morning. Joseph Becker Jr., manager of the St. Joe Cardinals, announces that they will play the Irvington nine next Sunday at Irvington. Wagners Dance Hosts Tonight— Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner have sent out invitations for a dance this week Thursday night at the Shelter House at the Ambrose A. Call park. Other St. 'Joe. The Andrew Redings, near West Bend, the John Weyde.rts, near Algona, the Nick Redings, near Whittemore, and the John B. Redings were Sunday visitors at James Reding's. .,, , John Zellar and his son Alfred drove to Cherokee last week Tuesday to visit the former's mother. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Gus Basalis and Emma Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Thilges, Darlene, Mary, and Leonard Manthei, and John Hammer drove to " Call Theatre ing by car for a trip to the Black •Hills and other nearby points of interest. They will also visit their •JJJIJI1MUTBI la .«»»»'o»— . ^•utheran council met *TI^™ w ' at the school house. Ration will have its an- jglon festival August 27, C. Boye, Ocheyedan, in the in German I -The afternoon service I fin English, the Rev. Al , Wall Lake, first vice ot the Iowa district^ Lu Verne, Aug. 8—Mr. and Mrs. B. Jones left for their new home at Excelsior, Minn., Saturday, Lloyd Smith taking their household goods in one of his trucks. Gwenetha Jones stayed with friends here over the week-end, and is to go to Des Moines this week Tuesday to visit Eunice Chapman. Late in the week she will accompany the Clarence Youngs, Ottumwa, to drove to Lawton to bring home. 5mc - burn N. D. The Winters and Ran- Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Spooner and Lj alls are f Orme r residerits of this Mrs. Priscilla Schaeffer visited v j c i n it y) but have lived in Dakota several days last week at Lloyd £or more than 25 years. Spooner's, Fort Dodge. Carmen Wermersen came home Former Resident in vl8 "— last Thursday from several weeks The Elmer' Wortmans George t to Chicago— [Ruth Ann, and Maxlne, „ ot Dr. and Mrs. . L. B. [here recently, accompanied Irother Lullus to' Chicago to |the world's fair. Lullus had here. Anthony Schmidt Sr. ucis and Annette Besten- liett Sunday for Chicago to |fte world's fair. ' "•"••' ' .,» Big Picnic— j, (laughter ot Mr. and M_rs. Baatz, was an over lat'Hawarden." Mr Minneapolis. Newspaper Girl on Vacation— Florence Godfrey, who works for •the Lu Verne News, left Sunday for a vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. De 'Rae Godfrey took her to Fort Dodge, and thence she went by train to Omaha, there to be met toy her sister and the latter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson, Silver Creek, Neb. Marie Scribner is working in the News shop during Florence's absence. Heddles Have Lake Cottage— with her sister, Mrs. Wayne Dornberger, Huron, S. iD. Mrs. Arthur Krause, her dren, and Vera Ramus left Saturday to visit relatives- at Milwaukee and Racine, Wis. -v n many friends here as he clerked in Cnil™ _- , TI««,M r.4-j-.**« *>K vrmrtt flffn Charles City. City, are Mr. an Mrs. visited her daughter, Mrs. Austin (Burtis, last week. Phyllis Lichty returned Swea City Sunday to visit" the Arthur Brandts. Mrs. John Thul, Amanda, Oftich- I interest, "juicy win tuou vio»w •****"• srd snd Riwi» vioifl ITniinp5» *** tllo _ aunt, Mrs. Hattie Randall, and an Mrs . Sylvester Wagner drove . to 'uncle, Philip Winters, near Glen- cylinder Friday to visit the Nick i >KV •»-» mV_ Tirtvilnvin nti/1 TJaTI« I TJ1J o/*Vl QT10 George and Alvin Lenertz and John Olson, Livermore, have .been doing reshingling and other car penter work at John Thul's.. Alvin Lenertz returned from Cherokee last Wednesday and helping his father, George Lenertz with carpenter work. Viola Phillips left Sunday even dng for her home at Owatonna Minn., after -two weeks with rela tives here. Mrs. Harold Thul and her bab son were brought home last wee Tuesday from the General hospita Algona. Victor Hammer, near Lakot spent Saturday night and Sunda with his mother, Mrs. Edw. Ham mer. The Peter Schumachers, Whitt more, were visitors Friday George and John Thul's Nicholas Becker and Harold Pr ^ ~ only 15 years old. He . a a son of the late Rev. and Mrs. .u. i^L...^, .,.-. i Wortman, who was a brother of The W. B. Masons and their U ug charles, and Will Wortman, guest, James Boyd, Ontario, Calif., o{ Lakota. Elmer works In a store spent Monday'at E. H. Mason's, ln Q eor g e . Liai ico \JIMJ • i Gail and Floyd Oglesby. Mason | *£ «*•£•£ Cw ^ talsned last Oats on low ground made a IViiVJ W Jl WV* w»«^ »*•*•**«— — — * * of the fields are now green with a ol tne neias are now e' cc " «"" «• Heddles Have JjaKe nonage— Phyllis L,icnty reiurneu Sunday new grow th of oats that came up . and Mrs. w B Mason, Jennie, and Mona, fronl two weeks at W. C. Donnel- Lj nce tne gra in was cut and after rer-Sunday accompan ied by James Boyd, On-| son . S( Qoldfleld. the rains, which came too late to ••a nd Mr8 -1 o Calif., and Mrs. James Zwel- sen t last week mature it. -. ._„.._. , , — teii1U| wt*i**.«i **»»>* *>*.-". -~ i Jil took her as far as iRuthven, £el corwith, and her children .. ntin 4ft4nn f 1 T^.1 nA « T^VlnCAn ' , -~ . -. _t T n ,1.. n »rl on/1 .Tl*P 1 r- |6he Joined Frieda Johnson, two attended a picnic for [ and dumb. People 'from : visitors at Minneapolis. Higgins spent last week | mature it. uncle, Wilbur Higgins, , , s spent Friday at Ledyard and Fair- Renwick _ mont. The Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Qntar Cali£ ^ Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, August 9-10-11 Matinee Thursday Ss80 BING CHOSBY GEO. AND GRACIB ALLEN RICHARD ARLEN JACK OAKIE in "COLI/EGE HUMOR" One of the big musical shows of the month. Crooning, spooning, dancing. Saturday, Augurf 12 BIG SPECIAL 3 WAT SHOW JAMES CAGNEY AND ALICE WHITE In "The Picture Snatcher" Also JEAN HEBSHOLT, WTNNE GIBSON, STUART IBWIN In <«Crinie of the Century" A big thrill show No. 8 of Serial 3 Musketeers To All Call Theatre (Patrons': CHANGE OF PROGRAM WEEK OF AUGUST 13-21— Charlie Ruggles and Mary Boland, a new comedy team has proven a big hit in MAMMA LOVES PAPA. This book- Ing has been extended to Sunday-Monday, August 13-14. Warner Baxter and EHssa Land! in I LOVED YOU WEDNESDAY carries marvelous scenes of Boulder Dam. A treat for those of us who will not have an opportunity to see this marvelous spectacle. Also, a sequence with a screen full of beauty—hundreds of beautiful girls in the Dance of The Maidens. Booking Tuesday, August 15. Matinee 2:30. Marie Dressier and Wallace Beery in TUGBOAT ANNIE—the season's oustanding picture — the MIN AND BILL type of entertainment Just now showing in all ci ties. All city runs have been extended and have taken a three-day booking In order to maintain our position on 'NEW RELEASES. TUGBOAT ANNE August 16-17-18. Matinee each day at 2:30 p. m. ___. Saturday, August 19th—BIG^THREE-WAY SHOW. It's the Saturday bargain show at the Call. Matinee 2:30 p. m. A Zane Grey story—MAN OF THE FOREST, with Randolph Scott. . [.,'_'. ' ' ' THE"FACE IN THE SKY, with Spencer Tracy, Marion Nixon. No. 9 Three Musketeers. , (Signed) N. C. RICE, Manager. Sunday and Monday, August 20-21 Matinees each day. Sunday 1-3. Nights 5-7-9. Monday 2:30 matinee. Night, 7:15 and 9:15. EDDIE CANTOB in his musical fun show—VThe Kid from Spain" Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridtf August 16-17-18 Matinee each day, 2:30. Those beloved stars. ITS NEWS Fair- i Higgins Seriously Sick— Higgins, who recently left T. C. at Fort Des Moines, d back by news of the ser- pss of his father, William The latter was brought ..anday from Sioux City, |he had a medical examina- "ie is reported a little bet- f local Girl Pattent- Arthur Matthews, of'Rolfe, "ter a Port Dodge hospital Tuesday for treatment. formerly Julia Voight. >ld Wegener went to Rolfe mer cottage at a lake near mont. . Wayne Dornberger Is Transferred 'Ajllv A*W»«"w* C>^ 1 *!••—• *-- • i-» Mr and Mrs. Wayne Dornberger, ing the E. L. Eustaces. Huron, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. O. Paris,' Minneapolis, were week-end guests at Dick Wermersen s. Mr. Dornberger has been transferred to Mankato, and the family will move there September 1 Four Visit Drake Unhw.lty- Blrthday Party Is Given— ,„! Mrs. Erman Hansen entertained i her Sunday school class Saturday afternoon and about 1'5 attended. It was little Billie's birthday and the Verle and Merle Scribner have party was m uis honor. Mrs. Han- leased the Jones produce station. sen ' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mrs. C. Vargason, Akron, is visit-1 Bobo _ Carii an d Geneva, all of Emmetsburg, were also guests. Mrs. H. H. Murray Under Knife- Mrs. H. H. Murray submitted to a major operation at the hospital _^^^_____ in Buffalo Center a week ago Mon- Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard and| dayi she Is recovering. The two Bancroft iFrank Mr. ana jvir&. jumi ociiui«»*« **** taay. one *» ic\,w¥o»*«e,. -— - -..Mr and Mrs. Peter Kramer and I lit ti e girls went to Forest City to daughter May left Saturday for Chi- stay w ith Mrs. Murray's relatives, 0 , , _ t_ „!. 4.1%A *nlw I •. « jJ. V n 4-n.ViInn- «fltVl HIS It wane uiuf« 0 »j— iauger s . Bartley, Harold Lichty, cago to sp end a week at the fair. and Denny is batching with his if 1 Alt It iJ*»i*'*WJj »•»•-— i \fl*t$\r v ««-Jf~"™ — .—--— — Leonard Henderson, and Glen Me- Mrg Barney chaplin, Arnold's j father- Clellan accompanied the Rev. Har- park( and two S0 ns visited the for- old Browne to Des Moines Satur-1 er , & parentSi Mr . and Mrs. H. E. day to bo guests of Drake univers- Thel oyer the wee k-end. » house for Mr. Matthews pis wife is away. p Parties Are Given— ny Braatz celebrated her rthday Friday by entertain- "t girls. Vera Dau enter' Blrls in honor of her 13th ' Sunday. Helen Ohm was lay. Geraldlne Mallory en* nine girls in honor of her. Birthday. - .: —• • ... Brought Home- George Gengler, and s son Robert drove to last week Monday to . .IB Paul Nellls, patient • month or two with, an ln- |«and. Paul is. now slowly »tt Attend C,TM, T, C,— » m Higgins, who was llno^ pwetor for the Champion. r?.. H «Her are at Fort Des l«itlzens' military training """O days. This Is the third 1 they have attended. ton Boys Visit Here- Heller, in the foresta- ' « Albia, was here for an . »ay visit, and Lucian Meu- t»* torestation army at «, visited his mother, 1 Meurer, Ity over the week-end. Other Lakota News. , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Donohue, of 'r"V rarmean and his son Ev- Salina, Kans., who have been vislt- an^dToveToes Momes Tuesday ing relatives In Iowa this_summer, to attend a druggists' meeting at wer^callers rtjt JB. * Burt, and his son Lakota school superintendent, and Calif, and the lat- is now head of a girls school in Sa- called at H. J. Guide's | Una. Seeks "B" Students Here— The Frank Hansens, of Omaha, LOANS ling for Minneapolis, «u« D «- ,_ made at onc& brother John is a patient at a nos- L-^^j,^ €EEDW CO./A1GONA nital. ' • • GOODVEAB 'ALL.WKATHEM HOW MUCH? Everyone w«ntt to know.Uie cort.WeU,here'«|hegopdnewi. You can »U11 buy Goodyear* at the prices shown here—and: most of them are lower than they were last Fall. point of death. Has First to LU Verne by August spent , Slou* - H, ag ? IOI> 1 Higgins •Their . *»* nurse. ' *.aahs to City, a ftfternoon andjavening. Student Nurses Visit vacation. _ Other 1« Verne News. -sk&gsvs automobile «amp girls frpm Lena, a where with she is We are just a bit proud of our Big New Showing of BED ROOM SUITES -because they are so different, in eacb new shipment we tod changes which make our suites more beautiful/more useful, and more interesting. Our stock is large and you will be sure to find just 2?jSe' you want and at just the price you want to pay at •'• •< -'-'"W* Richardson Furniture Co. Where Furniture Sell* F«f l«Wi All-Wutker 4.40-21 $7*20 4.50-21 7.90 4.75-19 8.40 5.00-19 9.00 5.25-li 10,00 5.50-19 11 -50 6.00-19 13.05 COODYEAB PATBIWDGK Wi DO*OU* PAUT Complete Service 16.06 BATTERIES Deldutch Super Service ALGONA, IOWA LUBBICATION,

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