Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 4
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(7 Mf .' 'I t I" I ! PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOSSUTH COUNTT ADTANCH STeekly Newspaper Founded In 1901 Entered an Second-Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Postofflw at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March Z, 1879. LAWYERS S7. B. Quarton H. W. Mlllei (JUAU/TOff * MILIyEB Law Offices. phones:' Office 427, residence 114 Algona, Iowa. J. I* BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. .Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa Wesley GiiTs Broken Leg Has to Be Re-Broken DOCTORS HAVE TO BREAK IT FOR RESETTING BUIiMVAN, McMAHOX & MNNAB !W. Sullivan S. E. HcHahot L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Kiones:' Office, 261; J. W. S., 809) P. E. McM., 403. Algona, Iowa HARRINGTON & IOTTE Jt. J. Harrington J. I). Lowe Attorneys-at-Law JPKone 287 R. J. H. 440 Office over Postoffice. B. i. TAN NESS, G. W. STELLMAB Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank PEbne 213-W. Algena, Iow« IB. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SHUMWAY A KELLY Attorneys-at-Law _ 0fflce In Qulnby Block phone 58 AJgona, town Wesley, Mar. 6—Nedra, 8-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf, whose leg was broken Just below the hip in a fall following a collision with a school playmate a month ago, was recently obliged to have the limb re4>roken and re-set, and the work was done at Kossuth hospital, Algona, where she remained. The limb was at first placed in a cast, but examination about two weeks later revealed (that the bones had slipped. She now has a 15-pound weight attached to the foot, and she cannot move below the waist. However, she has suffered practically no pain, and is in good spirits. (Members of the family visit her frequently, as well as neighbors and young friends. To Attend Temperance Meet— 1'astor McNulty to Speak— The iRev. I. C. MoNulty, Methodist pastor, will attend a meeting of the Kossuth County Institute of Religious Education at Bancroft this week (Friday, and will speak on The Value of Prayer in the Sunday school and in the Christian Life. Among other persons attending from here are Jorgen Skow, county president; Mrs. Fred 'Bentele; Mrs. J. Skow and son Joseph. The meet- j Four Recent Brides MRS. EUGENE » OP PHOTO MRS.JOSIrPH K.BNNE * -WAY PHoro — I/. A. WINKEL Attterney-at-Lnw Office In Qulnby Building Phone 180 HIKAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank, phone 206. Algona, Iowa P. A. DANSON Attorney-At-Liwr Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J.; Res. S16 Phone 65 CARROL A. WANDER Attorney-at-Law Office over Postoffice. Algona, la, !&. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251_ Algona DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK ! Physician ana Surgeon i Office over Rexall Drug Stor« j Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. p* . C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. Algona Iow , P. V. JANSE, BI. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, 881 Algona, Iowa WALTER FRASEK, M. ». Physician and Surgeon Office In Qulnby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOUBNE Physician and Snrgeon Office In Postoffice Block Phonea: Office, 197; residence, 211 W. D. ANDREWS, D. 0. Osteopathlc Physician nnd Snr Located In General Hospital. Phones: Office 187. Res. 688. DENTISTS ex- DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocaine used for fraction. Located over Christensen Store. Phonea: Business 166, residence 470 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS t L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phonea: Office, 475-w.: res. 475-R INSURANCE r- - .._ KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $15,000,000 worth of Insurance In force. A home company. Safe secure. p. D. Paxson. Secretary. ing lasts from nine a. m. to 3:45 p. m. Essay Winners Are Named- Winners in the essay contest recently conducted by the Americanization dhairman of the Legion Auxiliary were: St. Joseph's school, June Adel Kunz, seventh grade, Lucille Hildman, Sth grade; public school, La Vonne Gerdes, 7th grade, Jerrold Aldrich, .SMi grade. Prizes were pictures of President Roosevelt in easel frames. Mrs. Halvor Flom Jr., and Mrs. J. T. Meurer were judges. B. B. Boys Tourney Losers-^ The high school boys basketball team won from Ventura in the first ?ame of_the sectional tournament Friday night, and won the second game from Klemme Saturday afternoon ; but lost to Corwith in the finals at Corwith Saturday night. The girls will go to West Bend to play against Rodman in the first game of the sectional tournament; and their game will take place at 9 p. m. this week Thursday. B. B. Player Suffers Injury— At a basketball practice game one evening last week, Bernard Erdman's nose was broken in a coMision with another player. A friend, accompanied by the coach, Roger Willert, took !him to an Algona doctor, and though the results have been somewhat painful they are apparently not serious. Auxiliary Project is Adopted— _A meeting of the American 'Legion Auxiliary was held las Thursday evening, Mrs. Meure hostess, lit was decided, as thi year's community project, to spon sor the vaccination of public an parochial school pupils agains smallpox. Doctor Adams will the work this week Friday. Union Meeting is Planned- Officers and teachers of the Up per Flat, Britt, and Wesley Congre gational Sunday schools will hoi a union meeting at the Upper Fla this week Friday evening. A pro gram will be given by the variou delegations, and the Upper Fla group will serve dinner at 7. Harold Carlson is Improving— Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Carlson, who was gravely ill wit' quinsy some weeks ago, afterwarc was seriously sick with inflamma tory rheumatism, and but recentlj was able to begin sitting up. Adult Classes Are Continued- Wesley has secured an extension of four weeks in the time allowed lor adult classes, and they wil continue 12 weeks instead of eight as first planned. Son for Theron Hansens— A 9%-lb. son was born to T EFT—Mrs. Eugene Reiter, Bancroft, formerly Carita Taylor, the ••-' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Taylor, Bancroft. The Reiters married early last month by the Rev. Jos. H. Schultes, Bancroft. niGHT-Mrs. Jos. Kenne, Whittemore, formerly Delores -Bhilges AV daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Thilges, West Bend. The Kennes were married recently at the West Bend Catholic church by the -"Rav T> T T-VnKV*rti*r.+ fti« * Rev. P. J. Dobberstein. MRS. J.EONARD KLOCKE OF WESLEV 'PETERSON PHOTO T ,BFT—Mrs. Leonard J. Klocke, Wesley, "Was Eleanor Nauman, Al•*-' gona, before (her recent marriage. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Nauman. IGHT—(Elizabeth Erdman and Henry Goetz, tooth of Wesley, were married by the Rev. A. J. Wagener, Wesley. J.V is what a woman asks for when buying salt in Czecho-Slovakia. Here in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton'a because— WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS IODIZED OR PLAIN and Mrs. Theron Hansen 'Saturday morning'. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen have one otiher child, an adopte. daughter. Ei-win Haynes is Improving— Erwin Haynes, who has been a Rochester three weeks following a nasal operation, is reported to be recovering satisfactorily. Other Wesley News. Twenty persons attended a meet g of the Methodist AV. iP. (M S a Mrs. Raymond Hansen's Friday'af ternoon. Among guests who an not members was Mrs. Sam Smith Minneapolis, another of Mrs Hans Hansen. Mrs, Smith has been here since December: her daughtei is recovering very slowly from an attack of typhoid fever suffered last fall. Mrs. Smith, a widow came here from Canada, -where she had spent two years with a son. Mrs. Thos. Nelson, Clear Lake, Who moved away from Wesley many months ago, on Friday attended at Mrs. Raymond Hansen's " meeting: of the Wesley Methodist h^ ™ S '' °J which she is a me m- ber. Plans for a public meeting are taking shape, and young Methodist girls are already working on program? ^ ^ aS ' part ° £ the The Epworth League will hold _ regular meeting at the Methodist 6:45 next Sunday even- Maurme Hansen is president Pt , pianist, Johnette Looft, Enar Franzen, Bernard Erdmann, and Ida Young, vice presidents. The Methodist Aid will hold a regular meeting at Mrs. af- on Auxiliary will hold a wd sale at Kouba's this^week Saturday. """" ~ Meurer day . Irvington, Sun- LAKOTA CLUBS UNITE FOR A MUSICAL TEA Lakota, Mar. 6—Mrs. H. H. Murray, Mrs. Celestine Smith, and Louise Thaves were hostesses to the Acorn club last week Wednesday afternoon at the Murray home. They also had as guests the members of the Priscilla club. The entertainment was in the form of a musical tea with Mesdames Elaine Johnson, Doris Ukena, and Claire Frerking in charge. The club oc- tette sang two numbers, followed by a piano solo, Beth Hamquist; a reading, Madame Butterfly, Betty Ley; piano duet, Beth Hamquist and Betty Johnson; play, Their First Quarrel, Mrs. I. E. Wortman and Mrs. .William Turley; duet, Mrs. Hamquist and iMrs. Celestine Smith; piano solo, Betty Johnson; two numbers -by the club octette. The tea table was decorated with pink sweet peas, and Mesdames C. gar gave a play, The Party Dress, and Mrs. Frerking gave a reading, Tipping the Lord, was given. Special music H. Smith and poured. J. H. Warburton Lakota Farmers on Among those moving last week were the Frank Tryons, who moved to an acreage near East Chain, Minn., and the Fred Laabs who moved to the farm north of town vacated 'by the Tryons. The Bert Pattersons moved on the Christ farm vacated by Laabs. Ed Kienitz moved to Burt, and the Wilcox family, near Elmore, moved on the Kienitz farm, now owned by Lena Gutknecht. The Elmer Dargs moved to a farm near Woden, and Mr and Mrs. Clifford Knutson moved on the Breen farm vacated by the Dargs. The Knutsons were married last November, and have been spending the winter with Mrs Knutson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. "ust Koppen. F. B. Women Have Meeting— Ledyard township Farm Bureau women held their monthly meeting at Mrs. Lou Nitz's Friday afternoon with a large crowd present. After the business meeting Mrs Frank Lewis gave project lesson No. i, housecleaning hints. Mrs Jerry Heetland gave lesson No 4 acquiring a comfortable bed. Mrs' Frerking had charge of the -;ram. Miriam Heetland pro- gave a —» — »-«****** &C* Y U O, reading, Mary Elaine Smith, a piano solo, and Elizabeth Ramstock a reading. Lunch was served. The general meeting will be held at C 0. 'Peterson's Friday night. Stone Breaks Leg Artery Otto Koppen was injured a week ago last Thursday in a peculiar manner. (He was helping Elmer ->arg move, and while unloading at he farm near Woden a Iboy threw a stone at him, striking the calf of lis leg, breaking an artery, but not utting a hole in the flesh. This aused an inward hemorrhage in •he leg. Doctor Williams ordered am to ibed till this healed, and the lood was absorbed. He is able to e out again. "armer's Arm Splintered— Ben Heyes, northeast of town armer, had a serious accident arly last week. He was using a itchfork and in some way twisted is right arm, breaking the bone bove the elbow. The bone was adly splintered. Dr. Williams took im to the Buffalo Center hospital, •here the arm was placed in a ast. Mr. and Mrs. Heyes Grades Have Examination— Tie local grade children' had a physical examination recently by a county nurse, Miss Newton, under the CWA project. She was assisted by Dorothy Clemans and Fern Olthoff. The children made a good average. Attend Ministerial Meeting—; The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking went to West Bend Monday to attend a ministerial meeting. Mrs. Minnie (Heetland went with them and spent the day visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Schutter. Win Seconds in Declamatory—In the declamatory contest held at Ledyard last week Wednesday night Betty Ley won second in dramatic and (Billy Powers won second n oratorical. There were four contestants in. eacih class. Betty Makis is Bride— Friends here received announcement of the marriage of Betty Makis and Bernie Nelson at Ida Grove (February 24. They will make their home at Newton. Betty formerly lived at 'Lakota. Will Teach Kinderg-arten— Mary Jane Lewis went to Cedar Falls last week to take a month's kindergarten training, and April 1 will teach in the Ledyard school. Other Lakota News. The Emory Smiths and Henry Mitchells went to Ledyard Sunday to visit the Hay Estles. Mr. and Mrs. Estle are parents of Mesdames iSmith and Mitchell. Virgil iSmith hitch-hiked home from school at Dubuque 'Friday and s-pent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Wives of the Presbyterian trustees and elders had a party for Mrs. John Smith Wednesday afternoon. (Ferd Koppen, who has been visiting relatives at Rockwell for four M, F, RANDALL, EX-TREASURER, DIES ON COAST A California letter brings news o£ the recent death of M. F. Randall, once county treasurer here. Since the death of his wife he had (been living with !his daughter, Mrs. De Etta Dodge, widow of Irving (Dodge, a former County Savings bank assistant cashier who went to California and for some years was a banker tlhere. Lillian, daughter of the Randalls, is also dead. The other children attended the funeral: Lotta Lee, living in California; James, employed in a San Diego bank; Eva, who is Mrs. Percy Ball, San Diego; and Aiden, police judge at Culver City, Calif. Eva's husband is a postoffice employe. Many years ago Mr. Randall was a miller in the employ of J. J. Wilson near the Milwaukee depot. His wife was a sister of A. L. Hudson, once editor of the Algona Republican. Mr. Hudson later studied at Harvard and (became a Unitarian minister. Titonka Woman Is $1 Prize Winner Mrs. UWbe Winter, Titonka, was a dollar prize winner for an ice cream recipe published in Friday's Des Moines Register, as follows: Two cups milk, yolks of two eggs, 12 tablespoons or three- fourths cup sugar, tablespoon corn •starch, tablespoon vanilla, two cups thick cream, six tablespoons or one-third cup sugar. Heat milk; beat yolks, sugar, and cornstarch; add to heated milk; stir till thickened; cook several minutes; remove to cool; beat egg white; beat cream, add sugar and vanilla. Comlbine all materials and freeze. mtvn, 2100 bu (945 T. H. Wn-dsworth, Sec. 8 Sherman, 1500 bu $676 T. H. Wadaworth, Sec. 8 Sherman, .500 bu $225 Qeo, Merkle, Sec. 34 Sherman, 1200 bu $540 Philip L. Vaughn, Sec. 15 Sherman, 2500 bu $1120 Clarence Green, Sec. 28 Sherman, UOOO bu $450 Edward Blumer, Sec. 35 Sherman, HSOO bu $810 Edward Blumor, Sec. 35 Sherman, '2100 bu, $945 Julius Stripling 1 , Sec. 10 Sherman, 1000 bu. $450 Julius Stripling', Sec. 1C Sherman, 1500 bu '. $07B •Dorothea B. Marty, Sec. 30 Sherman, 1450 bu $653 F. C, Friltzemeler, Sec, 1J Sherman, 1000 bu $450 F. C. Fritzemeler, Sec. 10 Sherman, 1500 bu $675 F. C. Fritzemeder, Sec. 10 Sherman, fl800 bu $810 Springfield. J. F. Wurtzer, Sec. 36 Springfield, 900 bu $405 H. L. Hosier, Sec. 8 Springfield, 1000 bu $450 Olaf Engelby, Sec. 33 Springfield, 1300 bu. Inez Miller, Sec. 19 $585 Springfield, weeks, came home a week ago Mesdames Lou Nitz, John Heetland, and Howard Jensen spent last week Wednesday at Bancroft. Fern and Hugh (Lewis visited their brother Virgil and wife at Waterloo last week. Six carloads from here attended Thursday? (Held from last weeik) A meeting for the organization of the permanent committee to carry out *he provisions of the corn-hog reduction program was Jield alt Itihe center school lost Friday afternoon. Carl Hutohina was elected township chairman with S. P. Devdn© and Henry Eischel as director. Teacher and pup'ils of District 5 enjoyed a picnic: dllnner laslt Wednesday noon 'held In honor of George and Frank, Kathrena, and Harold 'Becker. The Becker children have attended this school for several years but left the school last week when the Becker family moved to a farm east of Burt. Milton Burlingame was absent several days last week on a busl- netes Itrip dnito South Dakota. Mrs. John Schulz accompanied Mrs. Barney Frankl and son, Donald to (Bancroft Friday evening- where Donald took part in a declamatorw contest. Mr. and Mrs. iFrank Capesius and Mr. and Mrs. Ohris Chase entertained at their respective homes small groups of neighbors at cards lost Sunday evening. The Frank Asa family are moving March i from the farmer Henry Weber farm where they have "lived the past two years to the Clarence Mawdsley farm. Mr. Asia will be employed by Mr. Mawdsley during the coming season. Friiends of Mrs. 'Hnlttie Burlingame are glad to iknow that she is now improving elteadily and is able to be out again after suffering a severe illness. '000 bu f720 Otto Engelbants, Sec. 34 Springfield, 2000 bu $000 Otto Engelbants, Sec. 34 Spring 1 field, 1800 bu $810 Otto Engelbarts, >Sec. 34 Spring^ field, 1000 bu f450 H. Geo. Beenken, Sec. 11 Springfield, 800 bu $300 Anna, Shafer, Sec. 12 Springfield, 800 bu $360 Anna Shafer, Sec. 12 Springfield, 1000 bu $450 Wm. Ratterman, Sec. '30 Springfield, -BOO bu $22<5 Wm. Rotterman, Sec. :36 Springfield, 1500 bu. $22'5 Wm. Rdtterman, Sec. 34 Springfield, 1100 bu $495 (Mary Hdtterman, 'Sec. 36 Springfield, 1000 bu $450 Mary Rotterman, Sec. 36 Springfield, 1000 bu $450 Swea. C. M. Christensen, Sec. 33 Swea, 1700 bu $765 John Blum, Sec. 28 Swea, 800 bu $300 Pearl H. Frohm, Sec. 31 Sw«a, 1000 bu, $450 Wayne C. Richmond, Sec. 31 Swea, 500 bu $225 Kinstine Thomsen, Sec. 8 Swea, 1200 bu $B50 Hjalmar L. Mathson, Sec. 28 Swea, 1000 bu $450 Edward Fischer, Section <5 Swea, 1400 bu ?030 Edward Fischer, Section 5 Swea, 1800 bu jg Carl Albertjson, Sec. 20 Swea, 1200 bu. G. Kracht, bu Seneca. Sec. 4 Seneca, $540 1800 $8,10 Henry Dontje Jr., Sec. .22 Seneca, 2100 bu j 9 , E. M. Gardner, 900 bu. Sec. 12 Andrew Burt, Sec. 5 Seneca', bu. $945 Seneca, $405 680 $306 Andrew Burt, Sec. 6 Seneca 200 bu Andrew Burt, Sec. fi Seneca, 660 James Dolan, Sec. 2 Seneca,' $90 bu. James Dolan, Sec. 2 Seneca, 72'5 $297 575 $2'59 bu. .Union. Fred W. Plumb, Sec. 29 1800 bu. ... $326 Uriion, $610 D. C. Gardner, Sec. 20 Uriion, «00 bu. $270 Clair Winkle, Sec. la Unlon.'ilOO Mrs. Walter Lockwood, Burt, and her children spent last week Monday at the Otis Sanders home. (Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scihultz spent Sunday at the Charles Schultz home near Elmore. Mrs. Watson Stock and her eon Charles were at Estherville last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Micka spent Friday evening visiting friends at Rings ted. Esther Godden spent last Thurs- Burt bu. C. E. Culbertson 900 bu ........ John Long, Jr., 275 bu. Harvey Marlow, Sec. 2 Union, bu. $495 Sec. 28 Union, $405 Sec. 12 Union, $124 550 $248 Wesley. Frances Roadlnger, Sec 24 Wesley, 1050 bu Andrew Gollner, Sec. 1400 bu Andrew Gollner, Sec. 1400 bu '29 « 473 W<Sslev ,,; 30 Andrew Gollner, Sec. 29'wesley 1700 bu /.'._ N 'bxf" Sm ' lth ' SeC> 9 Wes>1 e^'i500 C. C. Poker.''sec.'29'Weiiey,' 5 f™ bu. $248 Larson - east were _ . e married a year ago. Mrs. Heyea as formerly Sylvia Abbas. tewardship Service Given— The Presbyterian church gave a tewardship service Sunday evening. Fern Lewis and Mildred Bar- Wesley next » n t,- „ i Mr- Berns ten, Congregational pastor, was expected back from Minnesota this week Monday and regular services will be held at the local church at 11 'Sunday morning. Mr - «|J Jgf- Ou y c - Gid-lngB, . .-T • and Nellie Ward, all (Hurt v ' slted Grandpa W. P. Giddings at ?, A> B> Olddin es home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nathan studer have •been sick with flu and bronchitis the past week. Mr. studer's illness arf?mp^vin a g fainting 8P611 '*& wX™LST*' returned The Mite society meets this week Thursday with Mrs. A. A. Krueger. The Legion Auxiliary meets this week Friday with Tena Jensen ™ e .°"° Wil'bergs moved iast week to a farm near Seneca. LOANS Joseph & Eug-ene Schuile'r. 'sec 29 Wesley, 900 bu. ' S. H. Strdley, Sec. 22 Wesley" !• bu. M. p. Eesch, Section "9 576 bu. 00 *540 Wesley, $259 M. OP. Besch, Sec. .9 Wesle'y,' 1230' bu. Henry bu. Weaiey,' Henry Sohare,' s«V 2 ' Wesley,' 1100 $423 bu. 'bu.' 5 J 0495 (Held from lost weeik) Ramsey. U G. Flreeark, Sec. H 1650 bu. .. Harry B. Fechiter,"seo,' sey, 1200 bu. £";/•••• wo 650 bu a ' Sr " SeC ' 2G W «**. James T. Flahwt y ;'sec.''35' W e! 293 '"" 350 bu . J5 s~ Whittemore. A. Frost, Sec. more, 700 bu. y Pital, (Mason city, where she had undergone a minor operation The Rev. 1. C. McNulty will attend a meeting of the Tempe committee at A-lgona this week day afternoon at 2:30. * B Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'Hansen companied the family of toe^r Raymond to Webster City and the group visited ac son o Mrs. Carl Hansen's fcrothetTstan- ley Confclm. -mis was a 650 1000 bu. 'Sheridan," Sec bu Louis 700 bu. Riverdale. Sec. 28 $585 800 $360 $540 M. 800 bu. bu. Sherman. B. Preillnj man, 1000 bu. ' & Joe Sherman, iQOO but Jr. $608 32 Sher- 1450 Sec. 32 HOWONEMAN LOST 22 POUNDS water morning—an weeks—Get any " 85c at ; of hot every lasts 4 or "No matter how hard I worked I never a 0 LAUNDRY DONE AT *»iii s fastidious housewifi the Home-made laundry doesn't have the whiteness, the perfect finish that we give cause of our thorough modern methods m ° ney ~ let U8 do sparkling be. KIRSCH LAUNDRY PHONE 267 These Labels Are I Your Guarantee £ ° od S TRONG-HEART ,sVD2K *• I POOD PRODUCTS You know — like tens of thousands of other Iowa housewives have known for six decades—that these I famous brands are always good, always pure, and «^ ay « delicious - Thev kee P faith wi *h their slogan: The Best of Foods at Reasonable Prices Without Sacrifice of Quality." Insist on STRONGHEART — OPAL — IOWA MAID. 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