Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1933
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12, 1983, y Operation Saire Man. /tot 11—'Funeral ««r- ,Md at St. John's Cath- Swcroft, this morning t Nurre, who died at Sunday, following an t duodenal ulcers. Antone Stork Lappe, John D.-J. Buss, */ho was seriously ICk, is now improving. The Rev. and Mrs. P. j. Braner visited at the Rev. H. R. Wrede's Garner, Sunday. '' Eleanor Backus, student at the University of Dubuque, spent the week-end at home. Ella Zumach, of the state Teachers college, spent the week-end ith Jher mother. Mrs. E. J. 'Skinner returned yes- r.Nurre had suffered wu unexpected, and at -the attack last week he>his wife, and „« in the BmmetBburg where he was look- today. »rm he owned. was sudden and se, „ '.,as taken to an Em- hospital, where an imme- irttion was found neces- JM too late, however, and cring four days he died. [J,i r U Ytsn Old. an was born December 2 Sac county, and was nearly th He was married to , at Carroll June 28,1904 ,, the lumber and grain «t Maple Sliver till 1911 ..operated a canning fac [iilnden for several years •connected with a Counci ar»«e till 1914, when he FWroft, and had farmed s 18 years. - ng are the widow and 1 . all at home except th fohn, of Butler, Pa., Siste , of-Omaha,-- and (Eugene, o '»!is. The others are Qyl jwmary, Leo, Dorothy Philip, -Richard, Gerald '. and Robert: A brother find two sisters, Mrs. Fraril and Mrs. Carl Gimple, all of , Ore., also survive. in North End. llurre was a lifelong Catholic icmber of the K. ot C., and holic Order of Foresters. , the farm east of town lived, and also owned ari- irortwo besides tlie Palo bad. long been, oj»e nd's most prominent K08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA erday from two weeks brother at Omaha. Mrs. Agnes Laidley with a returned she! . J° wa - «* had -spent several days Thev ' bm * th , o buque, home for the week-end. Cbas. C. .Felts, cincinati, seo r the mtail1 dn W8«* Mu- Insurance company, was !ay and that afternoon. witlv M. H. Falkenhainer, secretary O f the Druggist Mutual, to attend a druggist convention at Minneapolis. A. Kresensky, Mankato, and had visited her son Carl. The Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Muhleman left last Thursday by auto for week at the world's fair., A. B. Schenck, north of Alg'ona, underwent'a tonsillectomy at . the General Wospital Saturday. son Tommy relatives, Sunday with lo- and the former's mother Mrs. J. C . Kresensky, went to Mankato with them for a three weeks visit. Mr. Kresensky has for many years been a Mankato high school teacher. , Mr. and Mrs. _W. M. 'Harrington, ' called into consultation last week I Jessie Stebritz, and Collette C. Wednesday. It was then feared that Welp, all of Bancroft, got home Tuesday from Chicago, where they visited the world's fair and attended last week's national Legion convention. Miss Welp is the Advance's Bancroft correspondent, and her. absence, accounts for shortage of Bancroft hews this week. The Swea City correspondence is also missing, the ''correspondent, 1 Mrs!. Samuel- Warburtbri, being"at the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Koppen, Liv- etmore* and their daughter Eleanor were Algona shoppers Friday. The Koppens used to have the William Galbraith farm. 1%. miles west of the county farm, but they gave' up farming four years ago and settled at Liyermore, where Mr. Koppen has since been a contractor and builder. (Recently he finished a new building at Livermore known as the Town Tavern. Mrs. Koppen is Clara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R; .Button, Cresco township. . Matt Parrott, widely .known Wat- WKWSb/- S-Tttti-S^SS Mrs. A. White Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White left Sunday to visit the world's fair till J. Nelson, of the Nelson hardware, and his wife attended the J. J. Nurre funeral at Bancroft yesterday. John Geist, who works at the Swift plant, ,had an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital Friday. G. E. Pettigrew, Flandreau, •4- iSUTH CALVES IWHTERLOO SHOW D., came Saturday to visit trll today at his daughter, Mrs. A. E. Kresensky's. •Dr. and Mrs. Dale Osborn, Cincinnati, spent Saturday and Sunday with the former's cousin, Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. DrusiHa Caughlin is now working at the Peterson Studio, of which W. F. 'Brown is in charge while A. L. Peterson is in California. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Des Moines, spent several days here last week, t and her daughter, Mrs. Theo. H. •Hutchison,- took her . back Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton drove to Dows, Wright county, for weekend; visits .with' two Worden broth- ens, nephews of Mr. Dutton, who lite there. Mrs. Eugene Murtagh is slowly improving and her recovery in due time is expected. She is not yet able to leave her bed and is cared for by a nurse. R. E. and T. J. Vincent went to Guthrie Center last week Wednes- day'to bring 'back tbei-r sister, Mrs. S. R. Alexander, who is spending two weeks here. 'Dr. A. D. Adams attended a northwest Iowa dental clinic at the Warden hotel, Fort Dodge, yesterday. It dealt particularly with surgical treatment of, pyorrhea. F. C. Doherty, Minneapolis, left FWaterloo Dairy Cattle Con [last week- drew a scattered nee from Kossuth, Six dairy I were, entered by follows: Frank KOBBUth Schoby, yesterday, after, several days with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith. He travels for the Whiting Shirt Co., and is distantly related to Mrs. Smith. ' 'Mrs. A. Hutchison and Mrs. W. F. Walker drove to Des Moines Friday in the latter's car for a visit till this week Tuesday with Mrs. Hutchison's sister, Mrs. Gardner Cowles. Mr. and Mrs. <H. W. Pletch got home Friday from the world's fair, where they had been since the preceding Sunday. The F. J. Manns came down from Burt to stay with the Pletch children. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Streit, daughter Kathleen, Lena Streit, and Mrs. P. J. Niichels, all of Ashton, spent Sunday with Antone Streit. Mrs. Niichels is a daughter of the elder Mr. Streit, and Tony is'a nephew. Phylida Sonerholm, of the Morrison Beauty Shop, has for a week been off duty with heart trouble. She is at the D. D. Monlux home, - ,—-« »»„ «,,u » ln ... and her mother, Mrs. A. .Soner- >eral class, teams from 35 holm, Crystal Lake, is caring foi ir. Mrs M. C. McMahon and Frances lot Algona, 2; Arnold, son ot iDreyer, Lotts Creek; Eldon, I Mark Shaw, east of Algona; Samp, Algona; and Rex I, Sexton. All were Holsteins. 1 Schoby calf ranked seventh bass of 45. His other calf, a pg, ranked 13th i in a class, of •eyer. showed in this class I his calf ranked llth. The i creamery trucked all j to and from the show. ^ >>• -i county also, had aijudgin? j which consisted of "Edw. Bancroft, and Floyd Bode, I'Shaw; and Frank Schoby, AI- The boys ranked third in a wey Judging class and coma, Seattle, Los Angeles, etc. Mr. Harrington is an employe in the U S. Fisheries Service. C. A. La Barre, Waterloo, for 30 or 40 years foreman of the Herrick Refrigerator factoy, was a guest at the home of his son, C. R. La Barre, Saturday and Sunday. His wife came with him. The elder Mr. La Barre's mother lives with him, and she is 93 years old. Persons in need of an experienced girl for general housework are advised to inquire of the Advance A girl from a good family near La- 'tota seeks a place, and she gives .he best of referance-s. On application her name and adress may be lad from the Advance. Col. C. 0. Riddle reports a good- sized attendance at the combination sale Saturday at the formei North American engine works building. .Dairy cows of average quality sold up to $28,50, and Iambs averaged nearly $4. Another sale if announced for next Saturday. Mr.' and Mrs. B. C. M'Mahon'plan to bring home the former's mother Mrs. Nellie McMahon, next Sunday She recently had an operation in Minneapolis and since discharge< from the hospital has been with th operating surgeon's mother, a for mer neighbor at Emmetsburg. The name of J. F. Granzow should have been included in the list published last week or donors who made possible the purchase of parade drums for the Algona high, school band. The drums were ordered through Mr. Granzow, who sacrificed a large commission. Mrs. A. C. Ferguson, Keokuk, came last week Wednesday on news that her mother, Mrs. F. S. Norton, was sick, and was planning Friday to remain till the patient improves. The two boys, who are in school, were left with their father, but the little daughter was brought along. C. C. Baas, south of 'Whittemore, has an advertisement in today's paper for the sale of Hampshire spring boars. He is .pardonably proud of the fact that a senior yearling sow he showed at the Spencer fair won first over the sow which was first in class at the an operation would toe necessary, but none has been performed, and she is now a little improved. J. C. Smith, Eagle Grove, was here a day or two last week. He is a brother of Guy Smith, near Lu /ern,e and many years ago he armed in Plum Creek township. In barge of a son he .has a shoe store. t Eagle Grove, but spends most of his own time at selling merchan- ise stocks at auction. He is also * livestock auctioneer. The Rev. A. English is one of six lelegates from the Fort Dodge Presbytery to a Presbyterian synod at Dutturrue which opens next Monday. His daughter, Mrs. Casey. JOBS, will accompany him as far as' Cedar Rapids, where she will spend several days with friends. The Rev. Mr. Frerking, Lakota (Presbyterian pastor, is also a delegate. Mr. and Mrs. "W. E. Laird and •heir daughter Betty got home Tuesday from .Rochester, where -hey had spent a month Mr. Lairi vas treated for poor circulation in the legs,' arid'-he-is now. 4 ,'nvuch'-'im- proved, being able to get around without the cane he had had to use since his sickness last winter. Betty was treated for sinus trouble. his wife were Algona visitors Monday. This church was organized more than 26 years ago, and its owns a good church building and a parsonage. Mr. Depping once served a church at Klemme, Hancock county, and he has also churches in Minnesota and one of the Dakotas, The Deppings.have one chlld'ia son,? senior in high school. Mr Depping has a live congregation,. .and its Bethany Reformed - Aid -conducted its first annual sale at Mrs. L. H. last Thursday evening, realizing about WOO. W. Hi Godden, 'Dr. F. C. Scanlan, and Doctor Karl Hoffman, Bancroft, left Monday for Cass Lake, Minn,, for a week of fishing. Dr. C. J. Scanlan, Titonka, is looking after his brother's practice. Another group will leave for the lake tomorrow morning in a Bartholomew Bros. Chevrolet truck fitted with a canvas cover and seats- for the nine men. In the group will be H. D. Clapsaddle, George Spongberg, Dolph Raney, Conrad Herman, Coupe and Truck Collide in Dust of Passing Auto A Woodbury county Chevrolet coupe and a (Boone county Dodge 'truck-sid«8wiped*8unday -evening 'at 9 o'clock oh No. 169, six miles south of Algona, at a point a half mile south of the, second/ br.idge. Car. and truck both were brought to Algona for repairs. The accident was caused by anther car, which stirred up so much erlo citizen, made up notary at- tyatt Laihuth, Alex Nielsen, tendance here Monday as guest of I Ham Seipmann, and the two Bar- Senator Dickinson.. He .found-"the"tholomews. They plan to be ; away after-dinner prbgrami, 'which con- till a week from Sunday. Mr. Clap- sisted of a description by Coach saddle plans to drive his own car Mercer of a fishing vacation in the and the others will change off •Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lane, Merced, !alif., are spending the week with ,he latter's sister, Mrs. John Kohl- laas. They are en route by auto to the world's fair. Mr. Lane is en- ;ineer for an irrigation district at Merced. Mrs. iLane, formerly Agnes Knapp, lived with' Mrs. Kohlhaas for a time more than ten years ago and was office girl for the Advance. Walter Lorenz, his sister, Mrs. John Coon, and another sister, Mrs. Myron 'Hill, Fort Dodge, drove to Omaha Sunday to see their mother, Mrs. 0. Lorenz, 80, who is now in rapidly failing health at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jack Shearer. Mrs. Lorenz has not been well since a gallstones operation a year or two ago, the wound never having healed. Mrs. K. 'D James left Monday for three weeks with her Monrovia, Calif., and ' competing. and E. R. Ma'wdsley. both igton, exhibited corn, and it lorted that Mr. Mawdsley won nd Mr. Geigel 9th, competing |K toe whole north halt of the >ty Agent Morrison attended iow last week Monday and [down again Saturday, taking Quarton and Doctor Fox her. Zender took the former's mother, Mrs. J. W. Mangan, to her Minneapolis home yesterday, after ten days here. Mrs. McMahon and Miss Zender were to remain there a few days. Mrs. T. L. Larson got home * in- day from Chicago, where she had spent a few days at fair. state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Twogood left Saturday for Los Angeles, where Mr. Twogood is basketball coach at the University of Southern California. Mrs, Twogood had spent the summer with her parents Mrs. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, while her husband played ball with the Toledo, Ohio, club. - Eugene Murtagh left yesterday morning for Minneapolis on a business mission, expecting to return last night. He was accompanied by his mother and by-K. D. James; The latter was to attend sessions of a Minnesota druggists convention and a convention of Druggists Mutual insurance men. Mrs. F. S. Norton is still at the Kossuth hospital, where she is cared for by Ellen Carlson, nurse Doctor Crabb, Mason City, was Leonard Morrison, JPasedena. -. her mother lives with "a brother who lost his wife. The Morrisons used to live here, and for some years Mr. Morrison was in partnership with Mr. James. Mr. Morrison now works in a Pasedena drug store. Mrs. James traveled via Salt Lake City. The Rev. Raymond Kresensky will leave Monday for Anamosa, where, next week Thursday, he will read some, of his poems and give a lecture on "Poets and Poetry" before the Anamosa chapter of the P. E. O. sisterhood at a guest-night meeting. The following Monday he will speak before the- Davenport Woman's club. Other addresses will be made at Maquoketa and Dubuque. F. M. Stoner, for many years a well contractor here, was brought home Monday in an ambulance from the University hospital at Iowa City. He has had diabetes for «ome 20 years, and when, last summer, he suffered a foot injury the wound refused to'heal, and gangr- jne developed. The foot was amputated, but a second amputation near the hip had to be made a little later and the patient now ap- far wilds of northern Minnesota, particularly interesting, for he was himself on the way for a week or two for the same sport. Mr. iParrott is connected with a Waterloo concern which has for many years manufactured blank books for county offices. Mrs. M. J. Kenefick came down a week ago from Minneapolis, and is looking for tenants for her home on Bast call street, which is vacant. The children are all at Minneapolis. (Eugene is in the employ of the M'Graw-jHill Company, which publishes a line of valuable books for business men. Paul travels and gives popular lectures on Honduras, where he spent two years, and the Caribean. The lectures are illustrated with moving pictures. William does whatever he can find to do in the city, and Gertrude works in a branch office of the •Curtis- Publishing Co., of Phila- mother at delphia, sister, Mrs. T he Rev. A, A, (Depping, pastor of the German Reformed -church' at Ledyard for the last five years, anc •iding with them. 8t Joe Woman Loses Father. St. Joe, Oct. 10—Mrs. Jack Devine received a telegram from Bartlesville, Okla., last week Monday reporting the death of her father, who lived there. Mr. and Mrs. Devine left at once for Bartlese- ville and got back Saturday. 'M.r. and Mrs. Howard Schore stayed at the Devine home. War Buddy is Dead. E. J. Van Ness and Paul Wille were at Plover last Thursday to attend the funeral of a Spanish- American war veteran, William P. Bryant, a farmer, who died of cancer. The three men were members of the same company in the 62nd Iowa infantry. New Cigar Showcase. The James drug store installed a new cigar counter Saturday. This is in addition to the handsome new soda fountain" installed last : suni mer. dust that the Chevrolet drt*** couldn't see the road, and stf.w^M on the wrong side when he met the truck. Neither driver was injured, and both carried liability insurance. The coupe, which was praetidriljr new, suffered a bent front axle, ft toSnt' fetlder,- and' ruined running; board and lights. A hinge on A door was also bent, but the body WM •not .even scratched- The truck suffered only a bent bumper. TYPEWRITER CARBON AT THE ADVANCE "Sweetest Day" is "Treat Day" to your loved oaes and your friends. If you want your gift sincerely appreciated VI Give Good Candy tX? We have a fine offering for the occasion. Attractive packages, filled with delightful chocolates. At a special "Treat Day" price., 10-15-25 and 50 cento to $1.00 and $1.50. Make a hit with-your "Sweetie" on Sweetest Day, Saturday, October 14th. Come to the Algonquin 101 East State Street for fine Candies Algona, Iowa Phone 145 ^^ M. U^LFUV M.JLV ^m pears to be recovering. Mr.- and Mrs. Mike Droessler, Modern, Attractive GLASSES Your Lucky Day Fine Silk Hose We repair frames and match broken lenses. A. W. AMUXSOX Optometrist. of BASEBALL from page 1.) m 1 Played, w Won » 3-2, in a pitching between two of the finest ^ptep 'baseball, "Lefty" and Bockelman, with saining an edge 'on the *f ing' allowed two hits and » men, while Bockelman ° u . . 13, this making a total eouts for his day's per- Game from Start. scored two wna in the nmg on Becker's home run, >« " base ' and * hen W* v ' a hit again till the ninth (« vvJ £ ? r . then again won the L b i»H dnv ' ng in Hatten, who ahead of him, • - n ' THohka, drove out the world's She traveled with Mr. and j Mrs. Lester Lease, Mr. Lease's I mother, and Jos. Matern, all Wesley. , , . John Ban- spent the week-end at Sioux Falls with his son Otis, student at the Sioux Falls college, 'jhe college -played Yankton in a .homecoming game. Homecoming day is known as "Teepee" day at the Sioux Falls school. T , lmo -, q NMr. and Mrs. F. J. Behlmers daughter Alice is now employed by a Des Moines concern publishing educational books. At present she is in sales work, but plans are that later she will ihave executive work in the Des Moines office. . Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer left Friday, morning by car for UH- cSgo, where the former _ was to look after business affairs. Mi. Falkenhainer was due to .attend a convention of mutual insurance men at Minneapolis this week. Postmaster and Mrs. S. J. Backus returned Friday from Dubuque and in t •' and, scored on anoth- Bancroft high schpol ball : the jjurt sepbnd , extra -inning game the final fray! Day'g Feature. 6 °1 the tourney was Perforate of Bock- ka - ^0 hurled 16 in° nly ^ e Wts and °W°sing 'batsmen. of Diddle, Burt, and o f ' aBaen t roft ' *>4 the timely >« i^ T^ Her ' ^ovoft, also tul m the record of the Boolrelman for Ti tonk»; nyder for Bancroft. 8 , Football ***** ALGONA ACADEMY vs. FORT DODGE ACADEMY ***** 2:30 p. Sunday Oct. 15 Admission, 10 and 25c U SEE... "/WORLDS ALL RIGHT; I Runstop First quality chiffon and sheer service. Fall shades. AH sines. 79c New Hand-Bags Grey Black Brown Nary Smart styles. New shapes. Itcul Talue. $1 Capeskin Gloves Black Brown Fine quality, ble cut. Perfect fitting Pique sewn. All'sizes. la- $1.69 Rayon Dance Sets Auditorium Algona, Iowa October 17-18 Curtain at 8:15 Reserved Seat* oil Sale at James Drug Co., Monday, Oct 16 Auspices American Legion ' Finest Rayon Lace trimmed. Perfect fitting. Smart style. Tea rose. All sixes. 89c Stitched BatU 72x90 cojnfyrte'r sine stitched butts, ji good clear quality—3 Ib. 75c Smart Neckwear Pique Silk Yarn New necklines. Color combinations. Finely made.. .411 styles $1' Who Says Prices Are Higher? A demonstration of good values and low prices is now going on at Gtoeders'. Take advantage of your Lucky Friday and join the crowds at Goeders. New Fall Dresses They're Stylish These clever dresses of silk or wool, rich fall colors, all sixes. $7.95 Enchanting are the dresses in this smart group of silk and sheer woolens. $12.75 Choose Velvet Such loTely models in dressy styles, fine quality, some with jackets, black, brown, wine 16 to 40 $22.50 New Winter Coats Yes No Chills* in these warm, smart style coats. • Some with smart fur collars. $19,75 None Sweeter than these high style luxurious fur trimmed coats. Warm and serviceable. $35.00 Ultra Stylish With fox, wolf, and caracule trim. Marvelous, new fabrics. Black, , brown, eel grey. $49.50 Modeless or Kotex New Curtain Sets Priscilla and cottage sets, newest colorings and combinations. Baal smart. $1.25 ; Ruff led Curtains Choice 'of many new paiterm in ruffled curtain seta—all color*. 59c - 89c Embr. Hankies Linen Fine Lawn Embroidered. Dainty colors. _ 12 for $1 Fine Cotton Prints 79x80 Sanforized .prints, newest patterns and colorings, :>!> pieces. 19c Bates Bed Spread A special purchase of fine Kuies spreads, including voluos to $2.95. $1.95 Good Silk Hose Rollins Semi - Fashion All silk with cotton top. AH sizes. 49c Comforter Material* Challies, cretonnes, and prints in a wide new selection. All colors. 17c Best Wear Sheets 81x90 Good quality. Long wear. 8UW ^fjjf ', ^(J^F w)^V "^PPPWpSF ^^^^^' '^^pp^ ^^^^^^& ^i^^^^p 1 ^ ^^^^^^^f ^Bl^ ^^f- "^HJ^^^ 1 ^^BPH^^ ""vHB^^ 'ff' Vtl

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