Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1933
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PAOB TWO Pi U TOU should be getting ready for your fall cleaning now. That will be the time to do your fall painting. Come in and look over our complete Block of Devoe paints, varnishes, enamels, mines. and kalso- Botsford Lumber Company Phone 256 Jim Pool —- ^^^^JCOSSUTH^QIWT^A^^^ALqONA. IOWA'. > , TkttttaflAY atotvr^ ^^•••H ^BH^^. ^M ^^^^_ ' ^^ ~ ' , • i. • , - i " ' ^ : ~~\ ., ^" m '"" "^^^^^^^^^^^^—?_!S!!i!^J^E<fc^^zf~ZI f ort PodggJ^esbytery in Two-Pay M|fet__at_Bii PASTORS AND [ World's Fair Water Ride. Popular "1 fftTT TUB TIHHI I ~^ I AVliru uni n •—— , '. ' 1 ... M *.. M - ....... I • ^^ NEW FELTS FOR FALL Pelts of course for they're the rage—but it must be felts with tucked, stitched or manipulated crowns. The Elite has them right up-to-the- minute in new colors and black: THE ELITE PASTORS AND LAYMEN HOLD CONFERENCE iBurt, Sept. 26—The seventy-seventh annual f all, meeting of the Fort Dodge iPresbytery is being held at the Presbyterian church here this afternoon and Wednesday. About 50 pastors and delegates are in attendance. This afternoon's session includes a devotional service, conducted by the Rev. J. E. Spencer, Lake City; a business session; the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, at which the Rev. S. H. Aten will preside. Supper will be served by the church women at fi o'clock. At the evening meeting there will be an address by the Rev. A. G. Bailey, Estherville. Wednesday morning there will be a business session and an inspirational hour, during which several pastors will discuss the effects of the depression on the church, etc. After the noon luncheon a final business session will be held, which will close the meeting. Pn S World' one of the figure-bended American building. , * t A Century of Progress, the CM h ? Py b ° atl01 i d ° f P« S8en S ers embarking on a water tour of the grounds In "' " tt> back S round nre the fam *d Adler Planetarium and German To Hare Goiter Operation — Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Koestler and Furnace Wood Wanted . Beada Kollnsch went to Waterloo Sunday, where they met the Leonard Koestlers and Arnold, of Tipton, for a picnic dinner. (Raemond Koestler, Cedar 'Falls student, was also present. Prom there Mr. and Mrs. Koestler were to go to Iowa City, where -Mrs. Koestler expects to have a goiter removed. Visit at Pine City- Mrs. Henry Ewoldt and son Elmer. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and daugh- tev Eleanor, and nephew, Willis Vogel, went to Pine City, Minn., Saturday, where they spent till Sunday with Mr. Ewoldt and son Henry and G. J. F. and Will Vogel, who have been there several weeks looking after the property of the late Gottlieb Vogel. Two Families Go to Chicago — Mrs. M. M. Chipman went to The Advance can use a few loads of furnace wood. Going prices will be .allowed, but in all cases the cost must be applied in full on account. We want the wood soon for Fall fires. After continuous fires must be kept, coal must be used and there will be no bin room for wood. Please see us and make arrangements be- ' fore delivery. ADVANCE 'ona . . . Clarion Friday, and Joined some friends, with whom she left for Chicago Saturday to attend the world's fair . Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell left Thursday for Chicago, •where they visited Mr. tBuell's sister and attended the world's fair. Attends 3T. E. Conference — The Rev. J. E. Clifton left Tuesday afternoon for Humboldt to attend the annual session of the N. W. Iowa Conference. Miss Mattie Warner, lay delegate, and several others expect to go the end of the week for a couple of days. Attend Chieapo World's Fair — Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan left (Sunday for Davenport, where they were to pick up Mrs. Dugan's sister and then go to Chicago to attend the world's fair and visit two other sisters. Enters City Art School— i The .Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton : and daughter Phyllis and Lucile ; Sewick took iBruce Clifton to Min- ineapolis Sunday afternoon to enter i the Minneapolis art school. I Home from «U" Hospital— ! Maybelle Gray returned from j Iowa City Saturday, after taking ; treatment at the University hos • pital. with her mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Mrs. J. A. Volentine was operated on at the Lewis Larsen home Monday morning for gall bladder trouble. Other Burt News. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters and j daughter Mary Lee, Mrs.W. A. Mac| Arthur and Mr. and Mrs. L. H, I Schenck were among those who at; tended the Spencer fair last Thurs! <iay. j May Spradling, Sparta, Wis., and ; Kenneth Dukie, La Crosse, Wis., i visited several days last week at H. jW. Trainer's. Miss Spradling and •Mrs. Trainer are twin sisters. j Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy and j son Dale and Ward Winkie went to Cherokee Sunday, and visited old acquaintances. Mrs. Kennedy formerly lived near Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Stalev and Mrs. iLloyd Elston returned last week-end from Woodbine, where she spent a week with relatives. Clara Shaw returned Thursday from Fairmont, where she spent several days at E: N. Volentine's. The Lewis IRiedel family moved last week into the house recently vacated by the C. F. Whalens. Mrs. -Niel Nielson, Spencer, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. 'Mrs. Anna Stow is spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Phelps, near Titonka. The I. W. Hansens visited at Blair, Neb., and Yarikton, S. D., over the week-end. The Burnham cafe has been repainted the past week. A. F. Carter did the work. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hammerstrom were business visitors at Odebolt last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rubey were at Ames and Des Moines Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Edna Black and children are staying at J. N. Holding's for a while. G. W. Bleich and L. E. Roetman were Des Moines visitors Saturday. The F. A. Hingsdorfs were Sunday guests at Gerald Brace's. > The C. B. Chipmans visited relatives at Armstrong Sunday. Hobo Injured in "Jungle" Battle Harry Bennett, a hobo, and another hobo staged a vicious fight in the Emmetsburg jungles a week ago last Thursday afternoon and Bennett had to be taken to an Emmetsburg hospital to be treated for lung puncture and severe neck nuts. He would not give his assailant's name to officers. He is a young man and claimed to have relatives at Algona and New Hampton. The assailant later :ame to Algona and mowed a lawn in exchange for eats. Kiu'bun? Plans Water Tank. Emmetsburg, like Algona, is planning a new water tank, to be built with the aid of federal funds. It will cost $23,000, of which $6,000 is expected from Washington. The water and light fund has $15,000 to Towering Sky Ride Thrills Fair Crowds GASES FOR TRIAL IN COURT AT THE SEPTEMBER TERM Thirty cases have been noticed for trial at the term of court which opened Monday: PROBATE. • Mutate of Warren P. BBrewster. (EQUITY Anthony .Schmitt vs. F. J. Balgeman, et al. E. H. Kahl vs. F. J. Dalgeman et al. John Taylor vs. P. J. Batgeman et al. Moe & Sjogren vs. Marie 'L. Pederson et al. iDes Moines Joint Stock Land bank vs. D. E. Kulp et al. Joslyn & Hist vs. Fred Barney et al. Des Moines Joint Stock Land bank vs. Henry Juchem. .Des Moines Joint Qtock Land bank vs. Joseph A, Banwart. Paul iReiman vs. Olof Funnemark et al. Lincoln Joint Stock 'Land bank vs. Jewell M Patterson. iSelby .Russell, receiver, vs. Anna Marie Lovstad. Geo. H. Lewis vs. Jake Ellman et al. W. A. Foster vs. Mrs. N. C. Rice. Metropolitan Life,Ins. Co. vs Anna Boyer. Carroll, Jennie, vs. (Ralph Carroll. LAW L. A. Andrew, receiver,' vs. Elizabeth Yanser. Geneva Picht vs. Mrs. Bert Westcott. Dodson-Fisher company vs. Andrew S. Elbert et al. John iDeere (Plow Oo. vs. John Fisher. iRoy Bone vs. J. E. Hennig. iFrank Uang vs. Peter Kollasch. Jennie Vanderlinden vs. Theodore Goeders. Ward vs. Shilts. Norton vs. Seely. /Noreon vs. .Seely. ' ' Mary Fasbender vs. Andrew Heinen et al. ' iBlanche .Grose vs. Harvey L. Simpson. ' Westinghouse Electric Supply Mary ,Skow vs. Carl Paetz. Co. vs 'Ed Holecek. • Buildings Lost in Ledyard Farm Fire •Ledyard, Sept. 26—Monday morn- ng Ed Miller suffered a severe fire oss. Two weeks ago aWalfa was put in the barn, and spontaneous combustion caused the fire. It seemed to explode, and raise the •oof right from the rest of the juilding. There was a strong wind anning the blaze in the dry build- ngs and nothing could be done. )ther buildings that burned were a nog house, corn crib, and machine hed. Insurance covered most of he loss. contribute, and the rest will be paid from other sources without bonds. Sexton The photographer tilted his camera toward the clouds to set this unusualview-of the 028 foot mainland tower of the Sky Ride, L%,$£' 000 thrill attraction of A Century of Progress Kxposltlon-the Chlc-iuo World's fair To the left may be seen a rocket, cnr that travels ove a ,8oO foot cable 200 feet above the lagoon to the tower on Northerly Is land Above may be seen the observation lower reached by elevators of Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained dinner Sunda y in honor of Mr. • JLet's have it Quiet r an rsl qapv -, ^ o . Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hodgson, Mrs. LEDYARDERS HEAR FORMER M-EJASTOR iLedyard, Sept. 26 — The Rev. H. E. Harvey preached at Methodist church Sunday morning. He also sang a solo. James Logan, Tilmer Halvorson, and Kenneth Thompson Rev. played a- trio as another special number. j the tie will be played off soon on ' the Elmore courts. Church Party Draws 75 Friday evening 75 people gathered in the Methodist church basement for a social evening playing games. Lunch was served. 18-Hour Devotions Observed— Thirteen-hour devotions were held in the Sacral Heart church Sunday with several visiting priests assisting with the service. Other Led yard News. Chas. Baschara and Elvin Carpenter drove to Cedar Rapids last lev. Mr. Johnsons and the tfr. Haryeys Sunday. The Julius Jensons, of Buffalo Jenter, spent Friday at Glenn 'ahnke's. Mrs. Wm. Weinberger spent the reek-end in Salem, S. D. with her usband. The 'Ralph Olsons drove to Hol- andale last week Wednesday The Ralph Olsons spent the week-end at Ellsworth sell 2 ^ ~.. ulw V w v^^,V4«l iVCl^JlUJ There will be no church Thursday,' where the former attended the funeral of his cousin, i Myra Watkins, and M. E. Polh'emus I went to Donnelly, Minn., Friday to j visit a brother of Mr. Hodgson and [Mrs. Watkins till Monday. __ W ¥he eternal plea of those who uiant to wor\ — and tfiin^. Especially those who write. For when thoughts must be written, quiet is a. blessing. That's why the Remington NOISELESS PORTABLE is the favorite writing instrument in den and library — in stateroom berth. urday from Milnor, N. D., where she spent several weeks. After spending a week here she will go to Baraboo, Wis. The Mite society will meet Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Lloyd Elston's. Mrs. Mayme Hofius and Stevens, Woden. A number from here attended ~ baseball game Sunday at Clifforc Benschoter's in Plum Creek. Sexton and Plum Creek played. James Brophy and B. E. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley De Quiet for the worker. Undif turbing to those nearby. Try this quiet writer at your convenience. T^o obligation. WAS $69.50 JfOW $64.50 Convenient monthly terms. The only typewriter for the high school or dent, teacher, salesman. college stu- or traveling I. G. DEWEL At the Advance Office. Algona Mrs. Maude Hanna are assistant hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf and son Donald left last week Wednesday for Marshall, Ark., and are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Pete White. ILloyd Vinaas left Friday night for Chicago to spend a few days at the world's fair. iHe will also visit his brother at Geneva, 111. •Nellie Ward had her tonsils removed at Dr. Clapsaddle's office Friday morning. She is staying at the G. O. Giddings home. Mrs. Charles Scott returned a "week ago Sunday from Minneapolis, where she had spent a week with her brother. The J. G. McDonalds, Mrs. Mary McDonald, Mrs. Maude Hanna and son Charles were Sunday guests'at R. F. Elvidge's. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter returned Sunday from Des Moines, where 1 slie had been taking treatments at a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anderson, Willmar, Minn., came Sunday to visit their daughter Mrs. D. L. 'McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scott and daughter, Cedar Rapids, visited at Charles Scott's from Wednesday to Sunday. The L. J. Schmidts, of Corwith, and Mrs. Robert Moore and children, Algona, spent Sunday at Paul Moore's. Mrs. Olof Olson, Elmore, Minn., visited from Thursday to Sunday their daughter, Mrs. Naomi Wilde, and Constance Joy, all „. Mason City, spent the week-enc with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders Mrs. Hawley is a sister of Mrs Sanders. A number from here attended the air show Sunday afternoon at the Edward Mawdsley farm near Irvington. The Sexton Aid will serve a public supper and conduct a bazaar Wednesday evening, October 11, at Mrs. Charles Aman's, Sexton. There will be a quilt and other things for sale, and a fish pond for children. The Clem Cunninghams spent Sunday at Lu Verne with Mrs. Cunningham's mother, Mrs. Warmbier. There will be no preaching service next Sunday here, as the minister goes to conference at Humboldt this week Tuesday and will remain there over Sunday. Herman Wise is lay delegate from this charge. Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace, of Faulkner, were Sunday guests at A. L. Greenfield's; also Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield, Irvington. Mrs. Sarah Wise and her daughters Nell and Mrs. Drusilla Nobl* spent Sunday at the Henry Phillips home at Wesley. Mrs. Phillips is a daughter of Mrs. Wise. Mrs. B. E. Sanders entertained at a ten-ten party last week Wednesday night. This means ten guests, each paying lOc for lunch. The money goes to the church. Nineteen attended. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin, of Inwood, spent Friday night and Saturday with Mrs. Hodgin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. or Sunday school next Sunday, because of the conference at Humboldt. Mr. Harvey is a former pastor here. He has been at Portland, Pa., but is now attending the Northwest Iowa Conference Humboldt and will again be fa ° at — _„ ^ w.** v* wi ^j. mo UUUOllli the Rev. Mr. Kacera, who was killed in an auto accident near Wa- vorly. They returned Saturday Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly attended the Spencer fair. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Jule Siefert' signed to a~n~lowa' p^torete" Hisi^f Krammersmeiep and Laura family is with him Busch ' Bended, and Saturday William Dorsey.. The Frank Reddingers, of Shower Honors Bertha Nitz— Saturday afternoon 80 women and girls gathered at L. A. Nitz's for a miscellaneous shower in honor of the daughter Bertha, who is soon to be married to Howard Jenson, of Jewell. The bride to be received many beautiful useful gifts, and a nice lunch was served. S. S. Officers Elected— 'Methodist Sunday school officers were elected Sunday morning. Mrs. Glen Yahnke is superintendent, Leon Worden, assistant, George —•"= *» one was ui Thompson, treasurer, Henrietta O'-1 °n it for a few days Keefe, secretary, Alvira Halvorson, Miss Jones spent the week-end at librarian, and Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Livermore, Miss Randall at Mason niamnr oJf ,, t,, *j._ -,-, -. , «. *M.«*»VH. . ------ • — ™~ ~ "****o *••* .*j » *•»•>. Moines, came last Thursday to visit Mrs. Blanche. Jenks. Mr. Reddinger left Friday, but Mrs. Reddinger stayed for several weeks with her mother. •Mrs. George Schulte, of Alexander, came Monday to visit Mrs. V. A. Barrett and other friends. She is better known here as Miss Barkema, former sixth grade teacher Mrs. Ella Gelhaus stepped in a hole while mowing grass Thursday and fell, spraining Menagerie and Den Well, the house is all remodeled ^ carpenters, the masons, the painter* e the electricians are through. PorK. ^ had enough money on hind to pay , yl Everything is ready for a big bridgS n ?' The room that I am supposed to oc c S: far removed from the other rooms 7 i 8 called a den. I do not know what other I, ! animals .she is go ng to put in thero 2 me, but I am suppdsed to be secreted m- 1 regatefl or something of that kind • I have half a notion to get slummv i a racehorse or join the golf clut would not have to go home at all bootlegging would keep a fellow away home part of the time. y Webster's definition of the word is not correct, it is not up-to'-date i modern. Webster does not know what h? talking about. He never had an old h « 8 made over in Algona. cl h ° U8€ All said and done, if it suits friend it is ok. with me. I live in the store of the time anyway. Living up to the A fighting depression, and trying to shoes at old prices keeps a fellow on jump. Running a store is pleasure for nie I enjoy the game. me ' I get a big kick out of putting over a big week or a big Saturday. I mfe to * things move. I like to buy goods and I ] k to sel them. Win or loose I like to gamolee 1. will try anything once. Just now I have a bankrupt stock of men's dress overcoat, sheep lined coats, leather coats, suede b1»» era, mackinaws, Yund, Kennedy and Yumi sweaters, suede shirts, caps, gloves odd pants, etc. Two big truck loads of goods that you need for winter wear. I bought them from the Marks ]tffg. Co., of 2 Moines, at less than half of wholesale pric and boy how they are selling. Wonderful overcoats, good clean cloth that wjll hold Us shape and stand any kind of wear. I am handing them out in three ,1 ^on 1 at $4 ' 98; lot 2 at $6 ' 98 ' a »<l Iot3 at .po.yo. It is the chance of a lifetime for anv- one that wants an overcoat. Jimmie Neville "The Irish Jew" Algona, la. INSURANCE — LOANS — INVESTMENTS ' Reliable insurance service at low cost. Surety bo automobile, dwelling, and other forms of ins Small loans made at once. Automobiles refinanced! payments reduced, etc. A courteous, confidential and pleasing service. Call at our office or phone 55. 0. R. LA BARRE Office located first door north of Iowa State CERTAINLY PAYS TO BUY GOODYEARS ALL-WEATHER Supertwist Cord Tires ankle so she las her unable to walk pianist. Jess Welfare Family Here Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gisch, of Elmore, drove to Pierre, S. D., Saturday and came back Sunday, bringing the Jess Welfare family with them They will live in the house just north of L. A. Junkermeier's. Sixty at Aid Meeting— Mrs. George Thompson entertained the Methodist. Aid last' Thursday, with 60 present and a collec- ;ion of |8. Plans were made> to serve a banquet to the Kossuth schoolmasters' club this week Thursday evening. Beet loading Starts- Machinery for unloading and oading sugar beets is ready, and hauling began Monday. Those in . harge of the dump are Herbert Zielske, Max Nitz, John Manthei, and Harry Schrader. Horseshoe Tilt at Eliuore— The Frost horseshoe team played here last week Wednesday and won. This makes even games, so ' -~ •* »»»**m*»44 (j,i, ifltiOUI I City, Juanita Underkof ler at Britt ,and Genevieve Kitley and Harolt jGranner at Hardy. L. W. Wiemer, V. A. Barrett, and George Moulton, Ledyard, and a Mr. Fox, of Blue Earth, went to Lake Koronis Friday on a fishing The Frank Kelleys, Deloris Mayne, and Mrs. Thackeray were Sunday guests at Howard Mayne's in honor of Evelyn's 14th birthday. Charles Hilferty took the Junior Legion baseball team in his school 'bus to Ames Saturday to see the Iowa-Central football game The Fred Gordons, of Buffalo Center, visited at Wm. Flynn's last week. They leave soon for Flint, Mich., where he has work The .Ralph Olsons and V. A Barretts were guests at the Rev Mr Johnson's, of Lakota, last week Wednesday evening. J. T. f +. . a meeting of the Standard Oil salesmen at Emmetsburg last Thursday Mrs. George Thompson's sister Mrs J. A. Zweifrf, of Corwith, and' family, were here Sunday Mrs. D. B. Mayer entertained the THIS FALLl WORRY through the' 8 Unperie« mon th. of the year on smooth-worn, bald-treaded tire,? •— ^™ SIZE 4.40-21 4.50-20 4.50-21 4.75-19 5.00-19 5.00-20 5.25-18 5.50-19 ••iMm PRICE Si *7.( T.- T.I 8.1 9.1 9.4 1O.2 12.( PRICE mill $7,20f 7.60J 7,903 8.40 9.00 9,3<| 10.0* 11.50] ---.— miles. give you blowout protection in cause every ply j s built with tha< pate, »«en.l, Supertwist. And ,h ey g iv .„„, EtC 7 *- 0 ^*^ 1 Get in on today's lo w prices-believe it or not most Goodyears cost/ wtoday than they cost a year ago. R ead pnces and you'll agree—it , Pays to buy tires right now. WANT STILL LOWER PR, CE S? Husky Goodyear Pathfinders are bet- tertban the test tires of most other makes. You can buy them today for as low as Speedway Tires *C.55 '5 440-21 450-20 450-21 475-19 500-19 !.525-21 $5.151 Deldutct Super Service SSi BMrliSft? W*8H»B A»B 8BAKE SEBVIC* •^ •**•*•*•-I*JIIE8 FJiOWJ- 83 f

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