Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1934
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA THURSDAY. Superintendence! School at Swea City Resigns SEE THE NEW 20th ANNIVERSARY KELVINATORS • « Probably you have seen many electric refrigerators. We hope you have, for the more you have seen the more readily you will appreciate how outstanding are the new Kelvinators And we are waiting to show you this refrigerator with the Food File, with the World's Fastest Freezing Speed, with the refrigerated Pastry Set, with the below freezing Frost Chest and a host of other features. Come in now and be convinced that your ideal refrigerator is the Kelvinator. Easy terms. TO OPEN LAW OFFICE AFTER TERMCLOSES Swea City, Mar. 27—At a school board meeting last week Supt. E. Parsons tendered his resignation after -being offered a contract next year. Mr. Parsons has been superintendent here for three years and has given satisfaction in every way. He was admitted to the har last summer, and will establish a law office. After Mr. Parsons' resignation had been accepted Armand Schuler, high school instructor and coach, was offered the position as superintendent which he accepted. Mr. Schuler, who has taught here the past two year, has made an enviable record as coach and instructor. The remainder of the teaching staff has not as yet ibeen hired. Mr. McAninch was retained as janitor. Joseph Krebsbnch is Dead— Joseph Krebsbach, who lived northeast of town, died Saturday afternoon o£ heart failure. Mr. Krebsbach, long a resident of this community, was about 70 years old. His wife died two years ago. Six children survive, Mrs. Frank Sanft- ner, Mrs. Severt Holm, airs. Harold Carr, who live near Swea City, and John, Joseph, and Elizabeth at home. Funeral services were held in the Catholic church in Ledyard Tuesday morning, and burial was made in the Ledyard Catholic cemetery. Dr. Whitlow Sells Practice— Dr. Archie Whitlow has sold his practice here and has bought the practice of Dr. R. H. Schrecengost at Armstrong, where he will begin practicing April 1. Dr. Jack Sanft- ner, who has been practicing at Milford, has bought the practice of Dr. Whitlow here. Dr. Schecen- gost will make his home in California. The Whitlows will not move to Armstrong tlil the close of the school year. Two Birthdays Celebrated At Seneca Dinner Sunday Seneca, Mar. 27—Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Armstrong, entertained at dinner Sunday to celebrate the 08th birthday anniversary of C. M. Thompson and the 40th for Mr. Brown. Guests were Hans Wilberg, son Henry, the C. M. Thompsons, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange, the George Charlsons, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hedein, Vernon Jensen, Bob Goetsch, Mrs. Anna Osborn and her family. Mrs. Lula Knutson IVeds— Seneca friends of Mrs. Lulu Knutson will be interested to learn of her marriage to Mr. Nils Haugland, Dolliver fanner, a week ago Saturday afternoon at the Lutheran parsonage, Estherville, the Rev. L. A. Mathre reading the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Knutson, Dolliver, were witnesses. The newlyweds will live on a farm near Dolliver. Larsons Home from Coast—= Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson returned a week ago Monday, after the winter in California. Their daughter Doris remained there to attend a beauty culture school. The sons, Melvin and Everett, are in the navy and at present are stationed off California. School Election Uncontested— The school board election at Seneca was a quiet affair, only 40 vote.s being cast. Frank Looft, president, succeeded himself unanimously, as he was the only candidate. Farm Fire is Put Out— Friday morning the fire department was called to the farm south of town occupied by the Heine Reutzels. The fire broke out in an Girl for Leonard Andersons— Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson are parents o£ a 9-lb. boy, born March 17. They now have three children. Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft, son Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson, daughter Betty, all of Seneca, and •Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. John Andreason, of Ringsted, were entertained at Forrest Christensen's, .Ringsted, last week Tuesday evening. Mrs, Carrie Butler, daughter Mary Catherine, Harold Goetsch, and James Butler, Owatonna, Minn., were callers here Saturday outside toilet, and the shingles on alld als ° visited relatives at Fenton. Mrs. Butler purchased some machinery from William Osborn which she took home Saturday. Mrs. Joseph Anderson, of Jewell, Mrs. Linus Jensen, daughter Bev- adjoining buildings started to blaze. The firemen, with the aid of hand chemicals, succeeded in putting out the blaze. Half-Century Houso Moved— Mrs. C. F. Peterson has moved the house formerly occupied by her parents, the Soderbergs, to Swea City. The house, built more than 50 years ago, was in good repair and was placed on the lot east of the Anna Larson residence. Mrs, Peterson will make her home there. Evangelist Coming: on Easter— The Rev. F .J. "dark, of Waterloo, will hold meetings in the Methodist church beginning Easter Sunday. The meetings will continue for some weeks. The Rev. Mr. Clark resigned as pastor of the Algona church last summer. Plan for Federation Meet— The Thursday club met last week with Mrs. Dora Smith. Mesdames FUNERAL Whittemore, Mar. 27—Mrs. Jerome J. Rooney and her children got home last week Tuesday from Cameron, Mo., where they attended the funeral of Mr. Rooney, who died suddenly of heart failure. The funeral was held a week ago Friday at St. Munchen's church, where a requiem mass was erly, Mrs. Albert TJllestad, Mrs. Otto Wilberg, and the latter's daughter Dolores were dinner ;uesta at Jens Halvorsen's Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hedein, who had spent a few weeks with the latter's father, C. M. Thompson, eft Monday for a new home near Cylinder, where they will be employed by Eclw. Ihle. Maxine Collig is now employed at the Krause store, Fenton. She was formerly employed in a store in Mason City, after graduation from the Seneca high school. Mrs. Clarence Osborn, and Mrs. Anna Osborn, and the latter's daughter Pauline attended a March jirthday tea at the Methodist church, Fenton, Friday. Mrs. Joseph Anderson, of Jewell, former Seneca resident, is visiting friends and relatives here. She spent Sunday with her son Leonard. Pearl Sande, attending St. Olaf's college,, Northfield, Minn., is spending the Easter vacation at her home, the Rev. S. O. Sande's. Mildred Wilberg spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. John Andreason, Ringsted. Mr. Andreason went to Chicago with a brother. Tim Doocy, who recently had an operation for appendicitis at a Bancroft hospital, is at home and rapidly convalescing. The Elmer Dyes, Mason City, and Mrs. Alice Duryea and Joe Laage, of Irvington, spent Sunday at Ralph 'Campbell's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange, the Hans Wilbergs, and Mrs. Anna Osborn spent Sunday evening at Mrs. Jennie Jensen's. The Jens Halvorsens and Mrs. Linus Jensen and her daughter Beverly visited at Otto Wilberg's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jensen, of Ringsted, visited at Mrs. Jennie Jensen's last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen spent Sunday with the latter's father, Louis Appelt, near Swea City. Evelyn Behrends, Rolfe, recently spent a week with her cousin, Leona Behrends, near Seneca. Mrs. Frank Campbell, Heron, 111., has been visiting her niece, Mrs. Ralph Campbell. Mr. Mid Mrs. Curtis Boylon, Eldora, visited last week at Tom St. John's. The Lutheran Aid meets this week Thursday at Mrs. Martin Wilberg's. Mrs. Martin Wilberg was sick several days last week. Armstrong celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Dau's Birthday Observed— Sunday dinner guests a week ago at Mrs. Anna Dau's in honor of her birthday were the John Schallins and Theodore Pompes, of Lotts Creek; the William BoeWchers, and George Boldes, Fenton; the George Grimmels family, Fairville; Uhe William Daus, Algona; Mrs. Henry Jentz, Colorado Springs, Colo.; and the Robert Braaitzes, Whittemore. Mrs. Nick Semon Improving:— Nick Semon returned Sunday from Rochester, where his wife is in a Mayo hospital. Mrs. Semon, s doing well. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geelan, Connie Doyle, and Mrs. James Hogan drove to Rochester one day last week, the first three for examination in the Mayo dime and Mrs. Hogan to visit her moth- Mrs. Nick Sewion. Mrs. J. B. Geelnn's Mother Sick— equippc Mr. and Mrs. James \B. Geelan ature were called to Fort Dodge Sunday though by news of the serious illness of Mrs. Geelan's -mother, Mrs. !P. J. Schiltz, who had a stroke, and was taken to Mercy hospital. Mrs. Geelan stayed at Fort (Dodge, Mr. Geelan reluming Sunday evening. The evening was spent at 500, and Mrs. Meine won the Fred Bierstedt was high score second, and 'Ralph Bierstedt won a travel prize Guests were the Arthur Balmers Dolliver; Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will, Algona; Mrs. William Bierstedt, Burt, sons (Ralph and Fred; the Louis Haekbarths, Mr. and Mrs Albert Sheller, John Leininger, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Leinniger, the William Leiningers, the Gust Haacks, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Pierce, all of Whittemore. I>inner Honors Young Confirmant Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Braatz home, southeast of town, in honor of the Harold YV J til IVJl a. LJUliL £31111 til. 'IVIC&UUIIIt;tj ' " ** " M»-—... ** Jt ,~»j ,, « M -' . Anna Larson, Opal Carlson, and read - There was a large attend- H?. raat! ;. soili Robert, who was con' .anna Carson, upai uarison, ana *"•"• j."v,»i, >>"o u mi^c tm-ciiu-, • — ~»> »"^ was uun- Claire Peterson had charge of the] ariCe - Burial was made beside the l^^a bunday at St.^Paul's Luther- i program. Plans were made for en' itertaining the county federation of clubs here May 1. is what a woman asks for when buying salt in Spain. Here in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton's because— WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS Aid Bazaar Clears $0>5— The Methodist Aid held its annual Easter bazaar Saturday with a noon dinner, lunch in the afternoon, and supper. A bake booth, a fancy-work booth, and an donation all brought in cash, $65 was cleared. egg and Legion Has Birthday Tarty — The Legion held its annual birthday party in the Legion ball last Thursday evening, crowd attended. and large Swea City. The Methodist Sunday school board met at the parsonage last j j Thursday evening with Marie Vaux assisting hostess. Mrs. Whitlow and Mrs. Geo. K. an church, were: Mr. and Mrs Erwin Braatz, Blue Earth, and Ralph; Herbert Braatz, .Mapleton, Minn.; Edna Braatz and Thelma Piltz, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs Putz sons Arthur and Martin, and the Meplyn Stauffers, all of Minnesota Lako Minn.; and the Louis Braatz family. Attend Father Quinn Ordination— Whittemore people who attended the first mass of the Rev. Robert Quinn last week Tuesday at Bancroft were Mrs. Catherine O'Brien -her children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Burke, son John Edward, Ella in 1919 Mr. Rooney married ,Mrf C.^'cuneifsonEdwar?"^ Irene Miller, Whittemore, and six'and Mrs Toni Ford M« ^£ children were born, the first, a boy. Mueller, Zita McDonald Helen Mc^ " Clarence and Le Roy El- graves of Mr. Rooney's father and his own son in St. Munchen's cemetery. Mr. Rooney was born at Cameron 40 years ago, finished high school there, and atter graduation from St. Benedict's college, Atchison, Kan., ipassed a civil service examination and was assigned to the 'Cameron postoffice. This position he held more than ten years. In 1917 Mr. Rooney entered the army and was employed in the postal and allotment department at Portland, Ore., till discharge, when he returned to the Cameron postof- fice. Later he resigned and opened a meat market at Spencer. lying in IODIZED OR PLAIN BKl'OKK BKDT1.HK KNOCK 01"!' THAT e Slcc]> Sound All Night The largest selling cough medicine in all ot cold Canada is Buck- Xelson entertained at bridge last week Wednesday evening. WHITTEMORE 'VET' DIES OFJNFEGNION Whittemore, Mar. 27 — William Mueller, who suffered a badly broken leg February 27, when a load of hay on which he was riding tipped over, died Thursday, March 15, at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, of infection Which resulted from the accident. Mr. Mueller was born January 4, 1SD1, at Lenore, 111., but lived here since he was 13. May 29, 1917, he was married had On to Grace Gunn, and five children were burn, (.he eldest now 15: Alice, Irene, Harold, Cletus, James. Mrs. Muoller, Henry, and Peter Mueller, brothers, and a sister, Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter, also survive. Mr. Mueller served in the World garet, Geraldine, and Billy. His mother, two brothers, Vincent and Cletus, and a sister Mary survive at Cameron. Arthur Hoidcnwith Has Birthday- Relatives helped Arthur Heid'en- with celebrate a birthday Friday evening, and when the He'idemviths went home from church Sunday they found the house full of relatives and dinner ready, each family in attendance having brought baskets. Guests were Mr. Heidenwith's mother, Mrs. Charles Heidenwith, Lotts Creek, his sisters, Mesdames Sankey, Lu Verne, and Walter Thompson, Henry Kueck, and Fred Wegener, all of Lone Rock, Bernard Jensen, Seneca, their families, and his nieces, Eleanor and Emily Heidenwith, Swea City. A two-course dinner served to 30 persons and in afternoon 500 was played at three tallies, lunch being served at 5. Fire in Elfoert Tool Shed— At 9:30 last week Monday evening fire broke out in and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel. Vaudt Brothers Lose Sister- Mrs. John Armstrong, De Soto sister of Herman and August Vaudt, here, Albert Vaudt, Bode, and William Vaudt, Liverraore, died two weeks ago Monday, and funeral services were held the following Thursday at Stuart. She was 70, and was born in Illinois. Her husband, five children, 15 grandchildren, and four brothers survive. Last December Mr. and Mrs. was the ley's Mixture (triple strength)—it war from September, 1917, till May 1 in the U. S. i 15 ' 19 - He was in France from June, .. ,1 j_. i 1 <t] R till Ant-il 1010 Mr ' George Fandel NEW DAY COACH COMES ON AN EXHIBITION TOUR A new day coaclh was hauled through Algona last Thursday on; the Milwaukee's Sioux for demonstration purposes. It is one of the answers of the railroads to busi competition, and is designed for the! comfort of passengers. Instead of fixed seats, as in old coaches, the new one 'has adjustable cliairs which can be set to face the window or in any other direction as desired. The aisles are! wider, and the smoking room and the woman's compartment much larger. The coach will not carry as many passengers as the old .style, 'but it will ride much more comfortably. Smoke, cinders, and dirt will be kept out, and ventilation is automatic. The coaches are also to be equipped with 1 automatic temper- controls, it the coach is 'believed, which went through here was not so equipped. Each seat as its own light, and besides there is the customary large light in the ceiling. Cousin of Mrs. Miller flies-^ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Miller, near (Rodman, were called to Fort Dodge Friday by news of the death of a cousin of Mrs. Miller. Lucian Meurer cared for the Miller stock. Basketball Letter Presented— A purple "H" trimmed in gold was presented Monday by Supt. F. J. Hochford to Matilda Wagner for the most free throws at basketball in a six weeks period. Champion Publisher is Sick- Mrs. Alice R. Cairy was confined to bed early in the week with ton- silitis. Viola Balgeman, R. N., is nurse. WniTTEMORE NEWS Sunday dinner guests at William Meyer's were the Martin Meyers, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Edward iib and the Hugo Faultiches, of Lotts Creek; the Ernest Gades, of West Bend; the Henry Laucks Sr., Steen, Minn.; the August Gades, the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher, son Norman, the P. L. Jessens, H. W. Behnke, the Henry (Laucks Jr., and the Albert and Hugo Meyers. Mrs. Martha Heise, son Arnold, and daughters Ruth and Ernia, all of Easton, Minn., are spending a week with Mrs. Heise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattselinei- der. Nonbert Heise brought them down Saturday, going back Sunday. Mrs. Harold Kueclter, Delevan, Minn., and two children came Sunday for a week with, relatives here and at Algona. They formerly lived here, and later at Algona, but last April Mr. Kuecker got a job as second man in a Delevan elevator. The George Koehns and Mrs. Koelm's brother Nicholas, all of St. James, Minn., came Saturday to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Kollasch and visit Mrs. Joseph Meurer. The Koehns lived north of Hobarton till recently. Arnold and (Rudolph Hahn drove to Fairmont last week Monday to take home Mrs. R. G. Misbach, who had been caring for Grandma Hahn, who was sick. Mrs. Misbach and W. 0. Hahn are sister and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Envin Struecker, Fred Struecker, and William Meyer 'Sr., accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck 'Sr., of Steen, Minn., visited last Thursday at 28,] Martin Meyer's, Garner. Walter Taake is at home from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, and is recovering. He expects to leave this mid-week for Des Moines ;o visit a brother and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert and Simon Weber Sr, went to New Richland, Minn., Saturday to visit the Christ Webers and the Mike Weyderts. Mrs. Tom Carmody has returned from Caledonia, Minn., where she spent four weeks with two brothers, one of whom has ibeen sick. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Meyer and their grandchild, Dean Meyer, left Saturday for Dubuque to visit relatives of Mrs. Meyer two weeks. James Fleming, attending Hamilton college, Mason City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon and the former's mother, all of Algona, were Sunday visitors at the William Higgins home. The Ralph Albrights, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Albright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Hahn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gamelin, of Mason City, spent last week Tuesday at their daughter Mrs. Ray Oliver's. Mrs. Harve Higley left early in the week for Rochester, where she will go through the Mayo clinic. Esther Heller, employed at Algona, was spending a few days last week-end with her mother. The Henry Laucks, Steen, Minn., went home Monday, after two weeks with relatives here. Doctor and Mrs. J. W. McCreery spent Sunday at the former's brother's at Fonda. Mrs. Ralph Brown, Emmetsburg, spent two days last week at her aunt Mrs. Meurer's. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling. Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 2»8 Algona, Iowa We Specialize in Dwelling and Household Goods URAN Automobile Liability and Collision Insurance. Iowa Motor Road Service Included. Long Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds— Surety Bonds— Beer Bonds. Bonds written at our Algona office. Our Policy Writing Connections and Company Contracts Permit Us to AVnte Your Insurance and Bonds at the Yery Lowest Kates Consistent With Keliable Service. Brokerage Business Solicited. Loans— lleal Estate— llontals— Investments. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 55 _,.. - • a ^Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State Havre Bk. GRAND OPENING! THE LEGION PAVILION, BANCROFT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 ' Music by TINY LITTLE and his 10-pi ece b ' Hall redecorated and the floor Talk About Style and You Talk About Varsity-town Clothes for Easter You bet, you're talking our language when you talk style ... and the smarter you talk, the better we like it! We're all set with a grand selection of Varsity-town Clothes that are style-right from collar to trouser cuff. Smartness unlimited. Easter Suits for Men and Young Men 22.50 1G.50 24.50 Other Makes 18.50 TOP COATS 12 to 24.50 27.50 20.00 Zender Cal dwell Clothing and Shoes Clean Cotton Rags WanteBH is now mad'.! and ? A.—what u blessing to thousands. There's nothing xa safe and sure 191S, till April, 1919. Funeral services were conducted and smoke house at J. V. Elbert's, next south of the Methodist church, and the contents of the shed were The fire, which the smoke house, was not noticed at first, because nearly everyone in the neighborhood was attending a Koppen saw flames and a! ohc cemetery. father, Mike Koppen, who gave the Peter Schumacher, alarm, the firemen arriving Schmidt Jr., Dr. Mr. Elbert had many Woodward, Nick fred Semon. valuable tools in the building, and two hogs were being smoked in the smoke house. Several kegs of pow- TANGNEY M'GINN HOTEL IS YOUR COMPLEXION BLOTCHY AND PIMPLY? Opens 2nd Produce Station. der in the shed were destroyed, but Whittemore, Mar. the explosion did little damage. Alig opened a produce station If your complexion is dull, mud- Rodman last week Monday, and is Meines Are 40 Years Wed— dy, sallow due clogged bowels Relatives and friends gathered at take Adlerika. Just one dose rids Mr. and Mrs. John Kaschmitter is in charge, and Mr. Alig continues to operate his sta- eafe.—E. W. Lusby, Druggist. in the world—2 or 3 doses and that''" 8 *- week Monday by Father Hy- bad, old, persistent, bronchial laml at st - Mi< cough has left you—often one sip '-burch, and burial and the ordinary cough is gone—if Conors was madejn the local Cath- you don't believe it "acts flash" get a -loc bottle at sen's drug store or any druggist— it's guaranteed.

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