Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 5
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SH^HHSSS El 8 c A* n o lttclude ttd duck suits, as 1111 be BOc. JLjes are establlsh- IHRA. Laundry code, Brand Smwbwnr J» m _83c tRVIC LOF( ES FOR LSON, ( 1ANCROFT.HE F .0 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA PAGE Clowns to Amuse Fair Crowds f j Peaches —89c 1 Cherries —-5Sc tfttirat Butter-28c J Coffee, 2 Ibs.,_- 85c 'Bancroft, Aug. a2—-"Funeral services for Olof Olson, 66, who died at his home north of town last week Tuesday, were held at the Baptist church last Thursday, the Revs. C. E. Bryden, pastor, and Ralph Larson in charge. Solos were sung by a niece, Mrs. Carl Stadsleu, accompanied by Helen Bryden. The Rev. Mr. Johnson, Swea City, had charge of the services at the house and gave a message in Swedish, and the Rev. and Mrs. Stadsker, Swea City, sang at the grave. Pall bearers were R. E. Goddard, Nels Larson, Albert Friets, Walter Peterson, William Peterson, and Clarence Prlebe. Mr. Olson was born in Valosa Qkone, July 20, 1867. At 15 he came to America with his parents, and they lived at Mollne, 111., three years. Then they moved to Bancroft, where he had lived ever since except one year in Montana. In 1899 Mr. Olson married Betsy Larson, and nine children were born, one daughter dying in infancy. 'Surviving children are: Anna, Hanna, Reuben, Mrs. David ISIHESS Friets, Esther, Hattie. Alice, Agnes, and Druggist Off for Trip- Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Carmean and Rosemary Murphy left last week Tuesday morning for Rockford, 111. The Carmeans will visit their daughter, Mrs. Earl Elliot, there, and will attend the fair .later. Miss Murphy will go on to Chicago to visit an aunt and attend the fair. The Carmeans own the Rexall store here. AYMOND &,MAROUS, two of the world's outstanding clowns perform at The Kossuth fair dally for the fun of the kiddles for •Founded in 1101 I "gtcond-Claaa Matter , at the PostottkN , Under the Act •ch 2, 1879. •; Foths Are 35 Tears Wed— Thirty-three relatives of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Foth surprised them at their home August 13 in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Menke and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wessels, Fairmont, were the only out of town guests. Mr. and Mrs. Foth received a gift In remembrance of the occasion. ,1? 60 - These two men are producers, designing their own with novelties and acrobatics of the most startling nature. acts NEW FACULTY FOR LEDYARD IS COMPLETED Ledyard, Aug. 22—The faculty for the ensuing year Is .again complete, after vacancies caused by resignations. School opens September 4, and the faculty Is: superintendent, A. E. Lauritzen; H. S. principal, V. A. Barrett; mathematics, Harold Granner, of Paton; English, Marjorie Stranahan, of Fayette; commercial, Norma Kelly, of Fayette; 6th grade, Alice 'Dunham, Of Waterloo; 4A, 5th, Mildred Granner, of Paton; 4B, 3rd, Genevieve Kltley, of Hardy; 2nd, Tuesday Adelaide Handall, of Mason City; st, Ruth Jones, Llvermore. Attending National Meeting— Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and sons Kenneth and Duane left larly Sunday morning for Des Moines to attend the National Mail larrlers convention. The meeting »vas held In the Shrine Temple and [owa was host to the other 47 states. They will be guests at the state fair afternoon and evening, and at many other entertainments, Including a banquet. Church Bazaar Is Success— The annual Sacred Heart church bazaar was held last Thursday and Chuuch Bazaar, St. Joe, Last Week Is Success FLAWYEBS H. W. MUMT OK ft MILLEB l^law Offices. I Office 427, residence Sit Algona, Iowa. |'Attbrney-at-liaw i State Bank Bldg. i4«o-W. Algona, Iowa Error In Name Corrected— In this column recently appeared a report that a son had been born to Mr. and Mrs. iReinaold Potthoff, and it was also said that they already had a son and a daughter. This was an error in surname of the 'parents, who are Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Johnson. The Potthoffs have no children. S.IcMAHON * LINK A3 S. E. McMahoc L. E. Linnan ttorneys-at-Law. 261; J. W. 8., I0»; ,4(3. . Algona, Iowa ON ft DICKINSON ton L. J. DlcklnMB s-at-Law 28; T. P. H.. 441 f KISS, 0. W. STILLMAB Lawyers low Iowa State Bank -W. Algona, Iow> mway E. D. Kail} OXVAT ft KELLT Mrneys-at-Law i In Quinby Block Algona, low* . 1. WIN KEL Mtorneyat-law »in Quinby Bulldlnr Phone 180 Fred Becks Hare Daughter— 'Fred Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson and daughter Ramona, of Mason City, spent Thursday here. Mrs. Josephine Becker returned to Mason City with them that evening to get acquainted with her granddaughter, Barbara Jean Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker. Surprise for Mrs. Elsbecker— Twenty friends of Mrs. Joe Els- decker surprised her last Thursday when they dropped in to help her celebrate her birthday. Cards were flayed and Mrs. Joe Vaske and John Vaske won high scores while C. J. Elsbecker and Mrs. Frank Vaske were low. B. WHITB |ittoney.gt.Lmw Iowa State Bank. Algona, Iowa • A. DAN80N [ltt«niey.A,t.l»w Iowa stata Bank . [ Office. 460-J.; Re«. Ill OL A. WANDER > over Postoffice. Algona. la. DOCTORS" I N. KENEFICK •nd Sarfww ' Rexall Drug Store ') phone 800 Phone 326. > CBETZMEYBB '!»n and Surgeon Al - Galbraltfc Block 310; ww., 444 ., Iowa' Two.Couples Attend Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Hans Presthus and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Fenton, returned Sunday evening from Chicago, where they spent a week at the fair. Mrs. Presthus is a sister of Mrs. Wilberg. Other Bancroft News Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schiltz, daughters Viola and Bertha, and Mrs. L. J. Mousel, Thursday took Leone Schiltz to Fort Dodge, where she Is employed in a beauty shop. She spent three days with her parents. Mrs. Henry Drees, son Edward, and daughters Evalyn and Mrs. (Prank Denfclinger, of Carroll, visited at Frank Fangman's from Saturday to Tuesday. Mrs. Drees is a sister of Mrs. Fangman. Regina and Frances Berens returned from Omaha Monday, and their sister, Mrs. Lee Brown, and three children accompanied them home, The Browns will visit here ten days. , , The A. H. Fuchs family returned iFriday from two weeks at Milwaukee, Chicago and Readsburg, Wis. Mr. Fuchs owns the Fuchs hardware here. . . The Henry iLentz family of Wilmont, Minn., spent the week-end with Mr. Len's sister, Mrs. J. J- St. Joe, Aug. 22—The church bazaar Aug. 15-16 was a success. On both days there were amusements for young and old, Including a fish pond for the children, a corn game, and stands, including hamburger and ice cream and soft drink stands. The first evening the women of the parish served a 25c lunch in the basement of the church, and more than 300 plates were sold. At 9 o'clock rain broke up the crowd, and equipment from a couple of the amusement stands was moved to the basement. Wednesday afternoon a floor was laid for a bowery dance that evening. The amusement, drink, and hamburger stands were again in use. A Humboldt orchestra furnished music for the dance. iFriday evening another bowery dance was given, and an orchestra from Fairmont played. There was 5,000 square feet of floor space on the dance floor. Irene Geishecker and her mother, accompanied by Laura Hilbert and Marie Buffington, drove to Rolfe one day last week to reserve a room lor Irene, who will teach In a consolidated rural district near town. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geishecker. Fence Ripped by Auto- Last week Wednesday night an. unknown person or persons ran off the grade on the county road from St. Joe east .towards Livermore. From appearances the car was being driven at high speed and failed to make the turn. It ran through a woven and barbed wire fence on the Nick Bormann Jr. farm, and some distance further on the fence was deliberately cut to let the car out. Mr. Bormann lost considerable time and was put to considerable trouble to make repairs. Friday evenings. Thursday afternoon Swea City and Ledyard played baseball, and Swea City won. At 6 a chicken supper was served to a large crowd. In the evening there were various' entertainments and dancing. Friday night there was dancing and lunch was served. spent eight days at the world's fair. The Albert Garmanns, of Blue Earth, spent a short time last week with the William Redings. Mrs. Reding is a sister of Mr. Garmann. Mrs. Gus Basalis and Emma Becker, Cherokee, attended the church bazaar here last week Wednesday night. Dennis Wagner Jr. and Marvin Kramar spent last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brass. Adolph 'Fuhrman and Nicholas Wagner have gone to Gainesville, Tex., for a stay of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Schumacher, Rodman, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Benge, of near Bradgate, called at William Hammer's Friday evening. Genevieve Gisch left late last iveek for Danbury, where she has accepted employment. Rose Besch, Des Moines, has spent a short time this week With ocal relatives. Frank Reding returned last week Wednesday from Minneapolis, after a visit there. V. A. Barrett's Mother Dies- Mr, and Mrs. V. A. Barrett arrived home last Thursday from, Chester, where they had been called by illness of Mr. Bartlett's mother, who passed away August 7 after a month's illness with heart trouble and other complications. Links Home from Trip— The Roy Links have returned from a week's camping trip in Minnesota with the J. H. Warners, of Swea City. This week they are caring for the J. H. Warner farm while the latter are in Missouri. John Iscbrand Breaks Arm— John Isebrand and Roy Swalve, who work near Woden, were at the •parental Otto Swalve home Sunday. John broke his arm last week cranking a, car. Pastor Away; No Church— There were no services in the Methodist church Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson are away on a two weeks vacation. Appendicitis Patient Returns— Arvld Brandt, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at Man- again attend Upper Iowa university. 'Last week Tuesday and Wednesday the George Poppys and Mr. and Mrs. John Poppy, of Langs- worthy, visited their aunt, Mrs. Mary Poppy, and at Wm. 'Poppy's. iLast week Wednesday the Wm. La Coeurs, of Amboy, visited at Ed Junkermeier's. 'Dorothy Black remained for a visit and 'Naomi Junkermeier returned with them. Mrs. iLeroy Anderson, of Radcliffe, and .her niece Marlbeth Anderson, of Ackley, returned to their homes Saturday after visiting two week at L. W. Wiemer's. The W. F. M. S. entertained the Mystery Daughters, their mothers, and the King's Herald girls Friday at a short program and lunch. About 40 were present. Janice Williams came last week to visit at L. W. Wiemer's. She is to be high .school principal and English teacher at Swea City this fall. Wm. Poppy and Mr. and Mrs. Christ Gelhaus drove to Nevada Sunday to get Mrs. Poppy and children, who had been visiting her mother. Last week Tuesday Ed Halvorson returned from a two weeks trip into Minnesota and North Dakota visiting his relatives. Mrs. D. B. Mayer, daughter Mar- Jorle, and Alice Dunham, came home Saturday from a week at Ex- Ira and Anita. George Moutlon and A. E. Lauritzen left Saturday for Little Boy, Minn., to visit the former's brother-in-law. The Methodist Aid met Friday at the church with Mesdames Howard and Joe Mayne hostesses. Mrs. Martha Gable and daughters, and her sister, Maida Runke returned Friday from Eldora. •George Dunns 'left Sunday for Indiana to visit his mother and to attend the world's fair. Leon Worden and Ace Warner returned from their work at iLarch- wood last Thursday. Mrs. Anna Leslie, of Bancroft, called on Mrs. Blanche Jenks last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wiese spent last week at Adolph Wiese's, near Lak'ota. The Charles Bascharas and Ed Halvorsons were in Armstrong Sunday. Mrs. P. W. Reece, Claude and Lyla, drove to iDes Moines Sunday. Mrs. August Gelhaus is HI and under the care of Doctor Devine. The Jess O'Keefes and Ace Warners spent Sunday at Fenton.' The Alfred Schultzes have moved into the F. S. Jenks house. Ladies You are invited to a slipper party at Neville's Shoe Store. ; All the girls will be here—Miss Tie, Miss Pump, Mrs. Strap, dressed up in black and brown suede, black, brown, and battleship gray, kidskins; also in combinations of colors and trimmings. These are the new low shoes that are just arriving at Neville's. They are the new things for early Fall. They are well behaved and the smartest low shoes we have ever shown. Sizes from 4 to 9. This fall we carry them in all widths from AAA to BEE. You will find your right size and width in the shoe you want. Prices from $1.98 to $3.50. The early bird gets the worm, and the early buyer this year will save $1.50 to $2.00 on each pair. Besides, you get your choice, your first pick out of these beautiful new slippers. Mothers, do not forget our big deal in school shoes, oxfords, and straps. Sizes up to Number 2 with good leather soles at 98c a pair. You will never buy them again for this price. Jimmie Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. THT LAST OF 5 TRA'INLOADS of tires at close-out prices. What's left of 200,000 Pharis Roadgrippers. 4.40/21, $3.98; 4.50/21, $4.69 — all sizes.—-Gamble Stores. 24-50 WE BO OUB, OWN I<ENS OBINDIKG DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa; nnoonno on Donon nnanna naaaonninnanaac St. Benedict . Samoa " *«•"•• 0. 311 n General Nurre. Helen Lenz remained for a and her sister, Sirter"M,~Xnthony, Sioux City, arrived Saturday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. F. longer visit. 'Leone Kramer Group Visits Jn Minnesota- John Kayser, accompanied by Sister M. Amelia, Dubuque, Mrs John Thul, daughter Rita, and Mrs Nick Eischen, Cylinder, left Saturday for Owatonna and Claremont Minn., to visit relatives. Mr. Kayser, Sister M. Amalia, and Mrs Fred Ills were afternoon visitors at Nick Eischen's, Cylinder, Friday. The Paul Anthonys and Sister M. Amalia spent from last week Wednesday till Saturday with relatives here. , Adolph Fuhrman to Wed— Banns of marriage were published Sunday for the first time at St. Joseph's church for Adolph, son of Mr and Mrs. John Fuhrman Sr., St. Joe, and Amanda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kupper, Gainesville, Tex. The couple will toe married at Gainesville soon. Mr. Fuhrman is a farmer, well known In this vicinity. Geishecker Cattle to Fair-; Among persons here who plan to leave this week Thursday for the state fair at Des Moines are: Theodore and Dora Hilbert and Florence Geishecker. John_Geishecker their parents, Kramer, Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Seeney, Mrs. Adam Oltsworth and Oliver Ditsworth spent Sunday in Owatonna, Mtan, with the Charles fcuttwUs. 'Elizabeth and Alice Inman returned Sunday from Sioux City, where they spent a week with their »«•»«• will take the Geishecker Bros. Drug Store for P The ng Adam Bessolo family, of Pittsburgh, Pa., arrived Monday for two weeks with her father, Charles K llrtd Mrs, Joseph Korvec and two children of joliet, 111, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt P **T'James Robineon and son returned Thursday iromKaxr sas City, where they vistteo. tr * nds ' '^M*«.»»»*asJ „.„ Doris spent the in $t. Paul with a sister Shorthorn cattle for showing again. County Agent Morrison plans an excursion for Kossuth young folks. Plathes to World's Fair— Mr and Mrs. Charles P athe, with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Plathe Mr. and Mrs. Leo Faetz, Chicago, and their son Jimmy spent a week's vacation at Halbur and with the N. H. Raskopf and J. O. Downs families. Mr. and Mrs. Downs, their daughter Marcia Ann, Mrs. Raskopf, and the Faetzes were last week Tuesday visitors at the West Bend grotto. Martin Rahm and his brother .Daniel, Al, Henry, and George visited the grotto Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. August Fehr have returned from a week of visits with the Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz, Coon Rapids, and the Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, Charter Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer and Lenore Arndorfer drove to Charter Oak last week Wednesday \ to attend the Rev. A. J. Arndorfer's bazaar. iNlck and (Father Arndorfer are brothers. Josephine Eisenbarth is spending a few days at Algona with her sisters Christine and Adelhald and with Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer here. St. Joe and St. Benedict played ball Sunday at St. Joe, and the score was 14-13 in favor of St. Benedict. Mrs. Everett Steussy, her children, and Hilda Kelsch, of Clear Lake, visited last week Tuesday at Al Rosenmeyer's and with Mrs. Steussy's mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer. There was a card party at the school hall last week Tuesday evening, given by the Rosary society. It was well attended, A number of St. Benedict people attended a bazaar at St. Joe last week Tuesday and Wednesday. The Young Ladies' Sodality held a business meeting 'Friday evening at the school hall. Charles Caspar!, who came from Beaver Dam, Wis., to attend the Joseph Rahm funeral, remained to visit relatives and old friends., kato, returned to his home last week Tuesday. Other Ledyard News. Marjorie Stranahan and Norma Kelly, of Fayette, visited at A. E. Lauritzen's last Thursday, and returned Friday. Mrs. A. IB. Lauritzen and Jerry accompanied them to Renwick to visit her sister, and Hubert Ostermann, of Winnebago, returned to Fayette with them to look for work there. He expects to I FURNITURE Values at Foster's! Milford, and Burnadlne, left for Wis., Friday ngiht to of Mr. Mrs. James Hanlon and sooMwrence, of Chicago, left Won school No Waste and Greater Heating Power in Clean Coal We offer you the economy of buying at lower prices—plus the added thrift of buying the cleanest, best grade coal for the money. Anderson Grain and Coal Co. Phone SOS Janesvllle, «i*-"i -• ---- - --• . visit relatives and from there go to the world's fair. Calf Weighs Only W Pounds- A tiny calf was dropped at John Thul's recently. « seems normal in every way except size. It weighed only ten pounds at birth. School Opens Next Week- The St. Joseph parochial will reopen next ^Tuesday, Other St. Joe, Josephine Mueller and Marie Kirsch, White Lake, S. p., visited B here a *ew days last Mr a?id Mrs. John Kellner Mr. and Mrs. John Kirsch took them to Alden Saturday, » Mary Aivina, and Laurence Kenna f cbUd^nof Mr. and Mrs. John West Bend, spent a few eatly with their grandpsr- Mr? and Mrs. Henry Zeimet ents, Sr. The Schallers went »to low* USED CARS Are Going Up! See these bargain* BUY NOW 1932 Chevrplet Coach J932 Ford Coupe 1931 Ford Coupe 1931 Ford Sed?m 1931 Ford Tudor , T** T C R M S ?"" •• './/•'. • KENT MOTOR CO. From the cost of raw lumber, to the final cost of shipping-prices in the furniture industry are on a steady up grade. Our stock, ordered before this new rising trend influenced prices, is available to you at great savings. If you have neglected furnishing for the past few years—if you are planning to marry soon—buy now! You will find through our Living Room, Dining Room and Bedroom Furniture a saving of 20 to 33£ % - ,. V ' •- " -•; V. ^^ •- , • RUGS—New fall showing of the Oriental patterns and colorings, 9x12 Deep Pile Seamless Axminster at $27*5O and $35.00. 9x12 Seamless Wilton Velvet $39.75 LINOLEUMS ~ LINOLEUMS Sealex or Armstrongs A fine showing of patterns at the old LOW PRICES Kolar Through 95c per yard 9x12 Felt Base Rugs $5.95 and up We want you to lee the markable values at toon as possible ,,. then make your comparisons. You>e sure to come back here—to buy—• and save.

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