Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1933
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PACK W VOUR , TROUBLES IIM OUR ' a LAUNDRY^ kJ HOW MUCH DOES YOUR LAUNDRY WEIGH?. ,Tlien figure our prices per pound and you will find you have saved money, labor, and worry by sending your wash ing to the KIRSCH. LAUNDRY Phone 267. "We Wash Every Day. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA., IOWA SUCCUMBS TO APPENDICITIS; SICK 5 WEEKS ' ' I -fr--.-rn.-rj- ii i- - I, ,"™^^T^^^^™™T*^^^"*???"y^^ l ™"^P*¥* BBB P l> ^ H ^ H> * > *^ > * l>B> ** > ^ > ^ > ^ >B> ^^^^^ HB ' B *^^*^^*^^M^^M^i^l» Heyes, Prominent Lakota Cards at St. Joe Victors in Close Tilt vs. Bode Sunday St. Joe, Sept. 26—The St. Joe Cardinals put their war clubs into action Sunday and scored a thrill- Lakota, Sept. 26—Dick Heyes, six j " g . victor -V over the fast Bode miles southeast of Lakota, died last , , ', 7 " J ° I Tne score was {leart Thursday afternoon at his home. . c ^ *' 4 - a ' ! some into the About five weeks ago Mr. Heves m , Then the Cardinals rallied y and crossed the plate three times The lead DANCE ACADEMY HALL ALGO NA became ill, and was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center, where an operation disclosed a ruptured appendix. He received treatment there three weeks and was thought to be improving. He came home two weeks ago but was bedfast till his death. Mr. Heyes and Lucy U'bben were married February-21, 1901, and six children were born to them. One, a i „ , -. little girl, died at three years of h? play . tneir flnal game age. He is survived by his wife, season against Irvington. three sons, Ubbe and Ben, Lakota' , r •,, . V and Eizo, at home, two daughters ° » ftccinat e School Children- Grace and Anna, his father Ben L Announcement has been made by Heyes Sr., 83, and his mother, 86; ™ e Rev. Father Theobald that a three sisters, Mrs. Fred Kopman doct ? r will come to St. Joe soon t Michigan, Mrs. Tybo Schriever of vacclnate the children in St. Jos Rockford, Mrs. Nanoy Van D°r ep s P arocnial school, if there ar Veen, at hdme, and one brother eno "Sh parents who will give con rjonro-o 001,4- n t <-«...„ 'sent. The vaccination io -fni> email to win a hard fought game. Redbirds had gained the .„„„ twice, but the Cubs rallied to tie the score ench time. A. Klein again went the route for the' Cards ami pitched steady ball all the way to chalk up this victory. The batteries for St. Joe were A. Klein and B. Thul, and for Bode Espeland and Larsen. George Thul and B. Telford umpired. Next Sunday the Leo C Dailey George, east of town. The vaccination is for small po ? and di Pntheria, and is not com Mr. Heyes' aged father and moth- po ? and di Pntheria, and is not com ' and a widowed sister lived with p ory< " there are not enough parents who wish their children doctor will no Tuesday, Oct. 3 25 cents THE "NEW DEAL" ORCHESTRA AND WEDNESDAY, DOT, 4 TO BOBBIE GRIGG'S BAND 25c and 50c St. Cecelia's Fall Festival er and a widowed sister lived with, . , him. Funeral services were held P ftre .nts who T Monday afternoon at the Reformed vaCC tne church near German Valley, and cotne burial was made in the adjoining L- , , „ ~ emetery. It was a large funeral ,T J |f Iere from Tcxas — eports of the attendance running , , Mrs - Adol Ph Fuhrman nto the many hundreds. newlyweds, and Nicholas Wagner '• arrived Sunday from Gainesville )orcas Class Jfames Officers— Tex -> and ai- e at the home of The Dorcas Sunday school class Acl , ol P h ' s Parents, Mr. and Mrs and families enjoyed a covered dish T Fuhrm a n ; Sr. They stopped at supper at the Methodist church f? Wa Clty for a few davs with rela- Thursday night. The Rev and . ves> A wed °J n g dance will be Mrs. H. E. Harvey and son and Mr S'Y 611 m honor of'the newlyweds and Mrs. Leon Worden, of Ledyard, s week Tue sday at Livermore. were guests. After supper the T i « business meeting was held and-a Jo !! n Born i nn n *» Wed— pledge of $15 turned over to the ' Bann f of marriage were publish- church budget. Election of officers t f ° r the , flrst time Sunday at St. resulted in Mrs. A. Q. Smith being Jose P h s church for Clara Stess- namorl n Ttaoi^ n v.4- TUT -mi ^ man. .Earliner. rmH Tn"h« &nr\ «•£ •»»— The Algona Building & Loan Association offers you an easy way to pay off the present mortgage on your home, at a very low interest charge. . Secure from our office without any obligation on your part full information as to the exact cost of a loan. The Building & Loan method of retiring loans will please you, as it has pleased others, once you understand how fast your money really works for you. ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION —-- *•" »*•• *n* VJUJA wi UGUIg named president, Mrs. Elmer Darg, secretary, and Mrs. F. O. Johnson, ;reasurer. Mrs. Harry Moe is teacher of the class and acts as vice president. The class meets once a month, and is studying the Bible, taking a lesson on each chapter beginning with Genesis. S. S. Officers Are Elected— Wm. Clemans, Methodist Sunday school superintendent, called a board meeting Thursday evening, and teachers and substitute teachers for the classes were elected as follows: Little Jewels, Mrs. Erman Hansen, teacher, Mrs. Otto Koppen, man, Earling, and John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann Sr., St Joe. Mrs. Lawrence Decker Honored— A party was given last week Monday at Laurence Decker's honoring Mrs. Decker.- A 'LGONIAiNs OF 20 years ago will recognize this picture without the caption. Mr. Dailey,'who grew up here, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Dailey, became a printer and rose to be foreman of the Jpper Des Moines-Republican. Now ie is secretary of the world's prem- er county fair at Spencer, showing Ins week, and also secretary of he Spencer chamber of commerce. Mr. Dailey deserves a place among Algona boys who went away and lade good. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grieps, and Don't Get Up Nights Make This 25c Test You need a bladder physic to drive out impurities and excessive acids that cause irritation, burning and frequent desire. -Get a 25c test box of BURETS, the bladder physic, from any drug store. After four days if not relieved of getting up nights go back and get your money. iBU-KETS, containing bu- chu leaves, juniper oil, etc., acts on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. If you are bothered with backache, or leg pains arising from bladder disorders you are bound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep.—E. W. Lusby, Druggist, Algona, and W. J. Denton, Titonka, say BUKETS is a best seller. Before Taking That Vacation Trip get Aetna Accident Tickets. Full coverage at low cost. We have them on hand at all times. H. N, KRUSE INSURANCE AGENCY substitute; primary, Mrs. A. Q! •Smith and Lorraine Smith; Hustlers, Dorothy Clemans and Arlene Pringle; intermediate, Mrs. E. R Worley and Harry Warburton; Berean, Mrs. J. H. Warburton and members of class as substitutes; Dorcas, Mrs. Harry Moe; men's class, Henry Patterson. Mrs. Elmer Darg was elected junior superintendent. Former Pastor Makes Visit— The 'Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey and son H. E. Jr., formerly of the Ledyard-lLakota Methodist churches, came from Portland, Pa., last week Wednesday and are visiting friends here and at Ledyard. The Rev. Mr. Harvey was graduated from Drew Theological Seminary in New Jersey last June, and they day have been visiting relatives in Maryland this summer. The Rev. Mr. Harvey will attend the conference at Humboldt this week, and will be given a charge in this district, as he is a member of the conference. ~ ~*»-«. x^iA^iia, aiiu the H. W. Balks, OLe Sueur, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Edw. Hammer and her son John. Mrs. Balk is a daughter of Mrs. Hammer. The A. C. Holtzbauers, Algona, Victor Hammer, Lakota, and the William Hammers were also dinner guests there. Mr and Mrs. Ted Wagner, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.- George Lenertz, Livermore, drove to Wesley Sunday and were dinner guests at Joseph Meurer's. While Harold J. Thul was doing his morning chores recently he bumped his chin and suffered a deep gash. A Bode doctor administered treatment. George Zuttermore, who had been employed a few months at Louis Fuhrman's, returned to his home at New Hampton last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thilges and Mr. and Mrs. William Reding were dinner guests at the Barney Capesius home near St. Benedict Sun- LEGION DAY AT WESLEY MECCA FOR 2500 CROWD Wesley, Sept. 26—The Legion ay celebration last week Tuesday was W ell attended; the crowd by night numbered 2500 or 3000. Ray Murray, state secretary of agriculture, made an able speech, disclaiming the ability to give an "address." a s announced. William a Legionnaire and chair- LUVERNEH.S, CLASSES NAME NEW OFFICERS Lu Verne, Sept. .26 — The high school classes have organized: senior officers—president, Richard Niver; vice, Clem Snyder; secretary, Wayne Lang; treasurer, 'Roberta •Masterson; sponsor, Mr. Graham. Junior—president, Verhon Lang; vice,. Lester Mattoon; secretary, Mary McClellan; treasurer, Morris; Farrell; sponsor, Miss Leupold. Sophomore — president, Marie Scribner; vice, Earl Legler; secretary-treasurer, Norman Hesse; sponsor, Supt. Evans. (Freshman— president, Earl Hansehnan; secretary-treasurer, Leah Miller; sponsor, Opal Morrison. Club BEeets in Country— The Progressive Woman's club met Friday in the country at Mrs. A. Zweifel's. The program centered on paintings, with Mrs. J. L. Lichty telling about Iowa painters and the painters' colony at Stone City. Mrs. QE. Woito read a paper on wall hangings, arid each member gave the name of her favorite picture arid the. reason why. (Fourteen members and two guests, Mrs. Albert Engel, Cleveland, O., and Mrs. Harley Christiansen, Coulter, attended. Attend Graduation of Nurses— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf, Louis and Lillie, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgenson, Convith, went to Hampton last week Wednesday night to attend graduation exercises for nurses at the (Lutheran hospital there. There were seven in the class, and Doctor Powers, of Hanvpton, gave the commencement address. Alice Wolf has two weeks to make up and will take state examinations for registered nurses late in October. 'Bend defeating Mallard, 6-4; and Lu Verne winning over West Bend, 6-1. ( At the close of the evening service the Rev. Mr. Heiririch, Mallard, presented the Lu Verne society with a silver cup for having Won the kittenball championship. G. M. Grant left for his home at Brainerd, Minn., Saturday. Mr. an< Mrs. Peter Thompson took him to Algona and caHed on Mrs. a. R Merriam, .who is recovering from injuries received in a fall she hat at the Thompson home a week ago Saturday. Mrs. Albert Cornish, Mrs. Bess Applegate, and their niece, Ruth Lichty, drove up from Des Moinesr Saturday,, and Ruth spent the week-end at home, Mr. and Mrs. J. * . Lichty taking her back Monday. The Henry Martys, Mrs. WiHiam rtarty, (Esther Merkle, Emma Marty, ;he Lloyd Zentners, and Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams were ''among persons here who attended the Clay | county 'fair last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robinson, North Platte, Neb., arrived last week Wednesday to visit relatives, and Harold Lichty, who had visited there six weeks, came home with them. Foot B Sunday, Qctoi Fairmont, Mi vs. part. ^ the da y. capably did his The amusements attracted '^ ?™wds. . T . h e stands con---•—" by the Auxiliary, the Methodist Aid and others, enjoyed good .patronage. An officer of the Methodist Air reports $60 cleared. Many prizes were awarded holders of tickets which had been given out w™* e . me j' c k mts °n Purchases. Henry Arndorfer won the grand prize, an electric washing machine, and articles were won toy 25 other persons. Accident Lays Up Union Twp. Farmer .Irvington, Sept. 2G-Mrs. A. Butterfield reported that her brother RAT! /Initls? t- _ .__ "AWWlt,!, ***•• ««*-\* kimi nci 'UrOLnPT* • •--« »»»*» u. j/»\^- Ben Gould, who was severelv in ? lc su PP er at Humboldt Sunday in jured when a silo door fell on hi«i' honor of Mrs> chris Anderson, Sil- last wpot Tna^j^.. j _ . . . ver Creek. TVfph \vv\n ic. ,,,vu:«~ Oldtimers Return for Visits— C. H. Lichty had a visit last week from iFrank Trummell, Coeur d 1 Alene, Ida., who lived here 40 years ago. Another former resident of Lu Verne, Mrs. F. Butler, of San Francisco, and her husband stopped for a visit with Mr. Lichty. They are making a tour of United States by bus and train. Mrs. Butler was formerly (EHa Luchsinger. Hardcopfs Visit on Coast— The iRobert Hardcopfs and Lawrence Curran left last week Tuesday for California to visit Mrs.' Hardcopfs and Lawrence's mother. Lawrence will remain there to attend the University of California. Church Gets Coat of Paint— The Presbyterian church is being given a coat of paint, the men are donating the work. The paint was purchased by members of Mrs. Jennings' and H. M. Colwell's Sunday school classes. Picnic Honors Nebraska Guest— The W. F. and De Rae Godfreys and the F. I. Chapmans had a pic- lic supper at Humboldt Sunday in Mesdames Chas. Wolf, Harry Lichty, and Lloyd Zentner drove to Eagle Grove last week Tuesday and spent the day with Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Mrs. Alvina.O'Neill, who was called here by the death of her father, Henry Blumer, left ifor her home at Reedsville, Wis., Monday night. Mrs. John Phillips and a friend, both of Los Angeles, visited here several days last week. They were on the way to Chicago. Mrs. Carence Krause was hostess to the Good Will club last Thursday, 13 members and four guests' attending. 'Mr. and Mrs. Albert Engel, of Cleveland, O., were guests last week of the former's sister, Mrs. A. Zweifel. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran are parents of a son, their first child, born September 11. George Wermersen, Miller, S. D., was a guest at Dick Wermersen's early in the week. Mr. _ and Mrs. W. C. Omann, Knierim, were Sunday guests at J. J. Wadleigh's. The (Epworth 'League had a social evening at R. F. Snyder's (Friday, 24 in attendance, Vera Tiede left Sunday to begin her senior year at Iowa State college. Mrs. Worby, who lives with her son Milton, is seriously sick. Mr. and Mrs. H. Brokaw have moved to Maynard. COURT ORDERS PAYMENT OF F. B. FUNDS IN WINNE8AGO Algona Indepem 3:00 P. M. Admission 40c Childre Telephone IBS Algona, Iowa Feed Grinding! I have taken over the Carl P. Krug portable feed grinder, and am prepared to execute orders. HOWARD FINES Phone 250, Algona DRINK WATER WITH MEALS [GOOD FOR STOMACH Junior Class Holds Election The junior class held its first class meeting last week Wednesday and elected the officers for the school paper, The Lamp; Beth Hamquist, editor; Melvin Schroeder, assistant; Bertha Ailts grade news;..Robert Hamilton, sports; all junior class members will help report the school news. Grocer Has Birthday Party- Harry Warburton entertained 12 friends at J. H. Warburton's last week Monday evening in honor o£ his birthday. The evening was spent playing cards and singing songs, after which lunch was serv- Harry is making a success ot grocery store. Xew Produce Manager Here work last _.. =-• «••• the Forest i^ity Produce house and will buy poultry and eggs. The place of jusmess is locat'ci north of the O'Keefe barber shop. b'orgetOIe-Not Salelleld— The Methodist Aid sponsored the forget-me-not sale Saturday and some of the girls sold them! \bout 75 were sold, the Aid to revive a percentage of sales money. Party Honors Guest Here- Mrs. Gertrude Schissel entertained a group of friends at bridge last week Monday afternoon in honor of her friend, Mrs. Cadgin. Iowa City, who has beenjyisiting here. Other Lakota .News. was hostess Mrs. John Becker anft Rose left Friday for Chicago to attend the world's fair and visit relatives. They expected to be gone ten days. Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer, accompanied by Mrs. John Thul were callers at William Koestler's, Will Ukena began week as manager of near Burt, last week Tuesday The Frank Shoots family, 'New Hampton, were at Matt Hilhert's Saturday and Sunday, leaving for Sioux City Sunday. ' The ,Rev. George Theobald went to Ledyard Sunday to help with thr- closmg services in Thirteen Hour Adoration. " Catherine Thilges returned to L Mars last week Tuesday, after tw weeks with relatives here. Mary Fisch, St. Benedict, spen some time recently with her sister Mrs. Michael Erpelding. John Bormann returned recentl from Omaha, after a few day there, buying cattle. Adam Kramer, two sons, and Jos Kramer drove to Lost Island las Thursday to fish. Herman Becker suffered a brok en finger on his left hand one daj last week. Albert Manthei, Lakota, is put ting in new fence at Martin Me uuire s. A number from here attended an "air show" southeast of Algona Sunday. A large number-of St. Joe folks attended the Spencer fair last week. on m last week Tuesday, and who had since been a patient a t the Kossuth ° Uld be taken ho ^ week. At the time of ' n * ." •"==»• -».[ me time-of his accident 'Mr. Gould had not entirely recovered from a severe acci- H^, laSt Spring ' He was "sing a double wagon then, and was unhitching, when the team started to ver Creek, Neb., here. who is visiting run. . in an attempt to stoo the H yS he was knocked down and the wagon wheels crossed his chest and the l ower part of his ji^ *•" • j i-'ww*j.i.ui t; Itea. Ono dose cleans out of Adler- Lusby, to the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday afternoon. Reports of the past year's work were given and pledges were made for next year. Mrs. Otto Koppen will entertain at next meeting. Mesdames Julia Wortman, J. E. Ukena, Andrew Jensen and Bertus Jensen were hostesses at the Presbyterian church to the Aid society last Thursday, and a Z5c supper was served. Mrs. N. E. Noble went to Swea City last week Monday to visit the Sam Warburtons. She was quite sick the latter part of the week and Doctor Williams was called Thursday. The Haniia oil station, which stood at the intersection of No 9 north of town, was moved last week to the north of the paving on No. a, where he will coninue business. Mrs. Grace Beckstein, who has been supervising some work on. her farm near Stevens, was a visi- ^P, r , at J- H. Warburton's last week Wednesday and Thursday. The B. R. Worleys moved last week into the L. J. Needham house and the E. N. Clemans are moving into the former Leisveld house vacated by the Worleys. Dave 'Patterson, north of town farmer, went to the hospital al Buffalo Center last week' Tuesday for a gall stone operation. He is reported recovering. Several Legionnaires attended the funeral of John Bosm a at Buffalo Center last week Wednesday. He was given a military funeral Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith his mother, Mrs. C. R. Smith, and Mrs. Delia Smith spent Sunday visiting relatives in Fort Dodge The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson and the Rev. and Mrs. H. B Harvey and son were guests of the Richard Hamquist's Monday Mr and Mrs. A. Q. Smith,'Marie Chnstensen, and the Erman Hansens were visitors at Tom Young's near Titonka Sunday 'Raymond Hertzke is working in the Woodworttt drug store. He was graduated from the local high school in May. The Joe Koppens. of Livermore 2 Women Get Free Sacks Omar Flour Irving,ton, Sept. 26-Mrs. Miller, here, Mrs M Ar-n-aw, Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew, Algona flonr f y re ^ iV6d free sacks of flour from the Omar company. The women answered an advertisement m Wallaces' Farmer which said kind of baking done with Omar flour would receive a free sack pj, r tpr«^ 11 j er , a ? Mrs> Bar 'liolomew entered dark layer cakes at the mi^L^Mrs. Bartholomew Gardens Revived by FaM Shower Irvington, Sept. 2&1-M frost stay vav ''""" enough the A the same vines. The vnes . H vnes. he vines died down, but started grow- now in runners and ,r,ni™ V *««i«ci-s a«u smai melons have formed. Vegetables such as peas and beans also started second crops after the heavy rains Many potato patches bloomed in the dry spell, and immediately a f- ter rams burst into h f ^ again. ^^^^^"^™"*^^"^™«^"^™^^™ Blacksmiths Meet Sunday: Lone Rock 'Lone Rock. Sept. 26 — Mr. and Mrs Frank Flaig entertained the blacksmiths of Local No. 17'5 Sun! day afternoon. Attending: Mr. and M™ „„„, Michaelsoni uSt^jJ™ — Albert Deiterine and E^ £ UCe ' f™™-' M-Tnd S Mrs a Enar Fauerby, Fenton; Mr. and Mr , s - Cnns Hogard, Buffalo Center; nd Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mortenson Ringsted^Employesalso^attended'. Fenton Girl to Broadcast. 'Fenton. Sept. 26-Mr. and Mrs E V ? u **anip's daughter Bertha a tudent at the DeGuile beauty col* t 86 '^^ 011 ?.' ™» appeaVon over dated for Wednesday, ober 11 Miss Huskamp « omplished celloist. SEE THE WORLD'S THE BEACON W AY CALt THE ADVANCE Paul Blumer Entertains Brother— John Blumer, Salt Lake City, visited his brother, Paul Blumer, last week. He has been employed in the Department of Interior at Salt Lake City for several years. S. S. Class Clears $20— The Presbyterian Sunday school class taught by Mrs. G. Jennings served a fried chicken supper at the city hall Saturday night and made $20. Three Boys to College— Glen McClellan and Frank Bartley have enrolled at Morningside O. L. c ° 1Ie se. and Leonard Henderson is attending Drake university frersacti^f ^ Hostel^oa- Hazel Leupold entertained her domestic science class at tea at Florence Hof's Sunday. Sophomores H^sTTto Freshmen— The sophomores entertained the freshmen nt a party at the gymnasium Friday night. Other Lu Verne News. In the afternoon three kittenball games were played, Lu Verne defeating Whittemore, 4-3; W est Long's Food Shop Meat and Everything. SNAPS For Thurs., Friday, Saturday Swans Down 29 J. Corn Starch, per pkg. ~ 8c Gloss Starch, per pkg. _ §c Jar Rubbers, per doz. 4 C Oat Meal, per pkg. _ ~~u c Pancake Flour, per bag 28c Coffee, extra good, lb. 19 C 2 Ibs. for 35c. Try Our Butter STut Coffee It's Presh! It's Good! Bl l!!!L us your Lux coupons. FLAKES Package 10c Spoon Free Eatmore Spring Chickens he woods are full of them ' The way it looks in the coun- On trial in the Forest City district court last Thursday was an action in which the Winnebago county Farmers Union sought to prevent payment of county aid to the Farm Bureau. The .plantiffs asked an injunction to prevent the board of supervisors 'from makine payment, but the court held with the Farm Bureau and denied the injunction. There have been sim- a number of other Wa COMING WED., OCT. A Special Representative] 'DON'T YOU THINK WE *" oGt one of thos6 Sl^i QT Coronado radios at Gambles f' or John, Jr., and Betty at .•a save more than their cost entertainment alone. 32-3! TAILORS WITH A SPECIAL DISPLAY FROM] Large Stock of New Aland Winter Pattern] A real opportunity to select your J Top Coat or Overcoat from these superb in the full piece, and secure expert fashions and fabrics. ECONOMY-QUALITY-POPULAR Remember the date, October 4th ELK CLEANERS & Till BECKER BROS. Glean Cotton Rags • VSi \t - I'VE CHAN6I COFFEES FORl THE LAST TIMl TO Me, BUTTER-NUT HAS ABSOLUTELY Pt^FECT CON ITIS ALWAYS 0£LIW6\ be 10,000 there must to the farmer by eatine £°^ *u*»» and y Noo1le nsg will take care of the

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