Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 12, 1934
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Feattire ftt these 1 yard goods I" • ,i_«iiar &HERBST choice rem- sale at the pop- There Is every domes-, .heers, drapery mater- fSd length^, and at unusual sav- Come over to d get ready for pall sewing. at savings of from ..third to one-Half off. MALL SEASON AT LEDYARD IS UntAf U A I C n\ICn NUW HALr ilVrn •I W 11 linfctl U • L.II KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA, IOWA Senecam Have Community Celebration on July Fourth 1 , s ° n , ocn - Ju 'y 10-Tho community (mnh of Jul < • r, of July . . riionipson's was well attended. The was: Scripture reading the Tlev. Mr. Sando; Program Ledyard, July 10— The first half , . . of the season's kittenball series wan ?,',,!'.," "alvorson; reading won by Jack McDonald's team. The) , y ( i «' "><»•«; duet, Jean WIlberR VT \JLL Dy «/ ».*v>*». *ii'jj^»>«*i.v 1 i* ti \.\jn.m , ilUjj. -f ' • •-..i^^if-, game played vs. Carpenter's team' ,, " al1 "adden; reading, Ken- last Thursday was very close. Car-1,, , '' )s ? n; (loul) lo vocal duel, .„,= , . ,,. . M!n sens arovo to uos penter's team scored a run in the i* ' a ' ;?"., ^ , nn ' ^ Llnus Jon -i Molnca last week Tuesday to spend flrat Innlncr. find In t.lin flftli iliolr I s . 0 "- '• Cfl1 ' Sando and Lavonno Mnil- ilhn FnnHl, «,IM, ,.„!„«..„„ „(",. and the Mrs. Jennie Jensen and Anna Osborn homes since last week Thursday, Honny and Gloria Anderson, children of the Raymond Andersons, returned iast week after two weeks with relatives here. Tim r. IT. Jensens drove to Dos first Inning, and in the fifth their ves UIDt lillllllBt imvi 111 LUU IMUl LllUir I ,. ...........vj iTmu- j LIU; J'WUIUI Will! I'datlVCS opponents tied the score. The < „ Vi™ "i K> Wayno Wilbcrg; so- daughter Marlys, remained, game went into two extra innings |jj^ v "" '"" " ""' " 10 and then McDonald's team scored two runs. Players on this team were: Wilson Brack, Arvid Brand, V. A. Barrett, Kenneth Thompson, Raymond Johnson, Elmer Junkermier, Cecil Peterson, James Logan, and Mr. Clanahan. This team will play the winners of the second series to determine the winners of the summer. Group to World's Fair— The W. E. Wiemers and Cecil Petersons left Saturday night to attend the Chicago World's Fair. George Dunns and Billy McDonald left at the same time to attend a ball game in Chicago Sunday, go- Ing, from there to visit his mother who lives in Indiana. Clyde Berse and Willis Dyer have charge of the garage during his absence. Firecracker Wounds Month— Irvln Krammermier suffered a sore tongue and mouth, a week ago Saturday when a piece of an exploding fire-cracker lit on his tongue,' splitting quite a wound there. Dr. J. A. Devine treated Iho wound and gave him an anti-tetanus shot. Lnkota Beaten nt K'lmll— The Lakota kittenball team was defeated 7-0 in a game here last week Monday night. An Algona team played two games here Sunday, Ledyard winning the first one 4-0, and Algona the second 6-5. Aid to Plcnick Tonight— 'The Methodist Aid will hold a picnic supper in the park at 5:30 Thursday and the families are invited. „„.., , ,. --" - Jorl 'y Behrends had his tonsils ™"?,°j.. Bi :!!!: t . M r. 8 .-... OUo r 0111 ^ 0 : 1 ' !lKt wcck at thc Bancrott Doctors Dovine and Wal- Mh Mildred iml Wilboi-K; Kvery- L'orn-Hnfr Contracts Completed— Karmers from every direction net nt Seneca Consolidated school Monday to simi up second signatures of producers and landlords >n the corn-hog contracts. Other Seneca News. were in charge. Ion Jensen, Vernon Jensen a fishing party Saturday night, at the Okobojis The Lawrence Zwiofels, Charles voights attended a family picnic at the lake at Emmetsburg the Fourth. Mrs. Millen Jensen spent last Saturday night at her father Louis Appelt's near Swea City. i Mrs. Melvin Norland will entertain the Aid at Iif lands, and Mrs. Orvick and Mrs. Linus Jensen. Mrs. Grace Blanchard, of Algona, has been ~ Noil Osborn spent the Fourth with friends at Charles City. BURT PASTOR TAKES GROUP TO OKOBOJIS BUTLER & M'EVOY TO GET VOTES OF LU VERNE EDITOR '•Editor IT. B. Co'.enian, of the Lu O'KEEFE AGAIN OWNS LAKOTA BARBER SHOP Lakota, July 11—V. C. Hawbaker sold his barber shop back to Oran O'Kcefe last week Monday and gave possession at once. Mr. Hawbaker bought the business last spring, and the shop was moved recently to the Brandjord building on the east side of the south business block. E. R. Worley has his insurance office in this building. Mrs. O'Keefe and Max will continue to manage the oil station north of town. Mr. Hawbaker has bought a shop at Armstrong. Telephone Manager Marries— Archie Fedge, manager of the local telephone exchange, and Alcenore Olson, of Bolan, were married June 20 at the home of the bride's parents. They were attended by Elaine Olson, sister of the bride, and Carlyle Pedge, brother of the groom. After a short honeymoon in Minnesota they came to Lakota last week Monday, and are now housekeeping in rooms over the C. R. Smith store. II. E. nnmriuist's Father is Low— The R. E. Hamquists, who went to the Okobojis a week ago Friday for a vacation, received a message last week Monday that Mr. Hamquist's father, who had been bedfast for many months, was critically sick. They came home at once, but left the same day for Three Rivers, Wis., his home. CLEflnED hite suits are the ;ue this summer—= they're only .smart en clean. We give 24 iour dry cleaning ser- Try us! i HE ELK AND TAILORS Phone 330 Burt, July 10—The Rev. and Mrs. Verne News, commenting last week C. B. Mitchell left Monday with a on the republican convention's group of Epworth Leaguers for the Methodist camp at the Okobojis to attend the annual Epworth League nominations of C. E. Chubb, gona, for auditor, and Floyd Al- An- Doan Bancroft Sand Pit to Be Fishermen's Paradise for BaSS Mrs. Minnie Woods, en route i homo from the world's fair to Ev- In May 20 pairs of brood bass'erly, spent the week-end with Jos- irom Hie Okobojis 'were put in, the'ephine Girres. A Doan-Plum Creek ball game was cut to two innings Sunday by rain. The score was then 2-0 in favor of Doan. The Doan Aid will give a public ice cream social this week Friday evening, at the church. Ted Hoover spent last week at PAGE county sand, pit east of Bancroft. It was estimated tlhat Uhese bass would produce 150,000 fish fry. The la^ed bass -have n<nv been seined out and returned to the Okobojis, leaving the fry to mature. There was talk a few months ago of draining tllie pit, but residents of Bancroft, Titonka, Buffalo Center, and Lukota objected, and it was later decided to leave it alone. Hundreds of North Endsrs use the pool as a swimming pool. The pool covers about six acres and is fed by springs. Part of it is 1 18 feet deep. It Ilias been dredged and a slanting floor made to make it as safe as possible for bathers. If the hass fry flourish it is expected to develop into a luimng resort. Iowa City, consulting doctors about one of his arms which has beent bothering him for some time. Mrs. Henry Hawley and granddaughter, Constance Wilde, who had visited the former'*. sisters, Mrs. Bert Sanders, Sexton, and Mrs. Lou Boleneus, o£ Doan t , went home Sunday. Aline Martinek spent last weeK Tuesday at Corwith, where she had' charge of decorating a school; float for a July Fourth paradev Miss Martinek taught in the Cor* with schools last year and will ra<« turn this fall. Other Leflyard News. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer spent last week Wednesday at Forest City, and en route home they stopped at Thompson to see Thompson- Lake Mills ballgarne which Reuben Green, Frank Moulton, and King Krammersmeier, local boys, played with Lake Mills. Herbert Ostermann, formerly from here, pitched for the same team. The Martin Gables and Mrs. Martha Gable left Saturday to visit Herman Gable, who recently purchased a grocery at Harlan. They were also to visit the Ed Christs at Greenfield. Ralph Johnsons, Guckeen, spent Sunday with the Christ Gelhauses. The ladles are sisters. Mrs. Gelhaus has been ill with rheumatism and is under the care of Dr. J. A. Devine. Irene Dyer, who works in Minneapolis spent last week here. Saturday Mrs. Dyer, Irene, Robert, and Joe went to Cylinder to visit Mrs. Dyer's mother, Mrs. More, returning Sunday. The Dr. Guy Andersons and Mrs. Meekley, all of Ackley, visited the L. W. "Wierners last week Wednes- Institute. The group includes the person, Swea City, for court clerk, Mitchell son Arthur and the grand- said: daughter, Kathryn Schram, Ti-1 "Just how far Chubb and An- Cbip- derson are going to get in their Carr, campaign remains to be seen. Betty Walker, Dorothy Brooke,, Chubb is opposed to Eddie Butler, Lois and Joe Graham, and Myron one of the most popular officials Chipman. E. 0. and Richard Chip- ever to hold the office of auditor, man took loads of young people to and there is a general feeling that tonka, Lucile Sewick, Vera man, Ruth Bettin, Caroline IE DOZEN A-l day. Mrs. Anderson Mr. -Wiemer. Lloyd Halvorson, Word later is that the patient is still low. Klelst Family in Reunion— The August Gutknechts entertained the Henry Schmitts, Garner, the Henry Kleists, Newell, and the William Kleists, Storm Lake, Sunday. The gathering was in honor of the 81st birthday of Miss Henrietta Klenst, who is visiting here. The Kleists were among pioneers in this vicinity. Miss Kleist recently went to live at Dubuque. Ninetieth Birthday Celebrated— the camp Monday. Stow Iteunion nt Belmond— Eddie is entitled to a second term. Chubb won the nomination in the primary in 1032, but was defeated The C. C. Parishes, Newton, and at the November election. Mrs. Byron Zimmerman, Goshen, I "Anderson is better known in the Ind., visited over the Fourth at J. j northern part of the county than P. Stow's. Mrs. Zimmerman, who in the southern. But he, too, is up was Bernice Stow, and two daugh- 'against the feeling that the pres- ters remained till Sunday, when' ent incumbent in the clerk's office, Mr. and Mrs. Stow took them to^. J. McEvoy, is entitled to a sec- Belmond, where a reunion of all ond term. Mr. McEvoy has appar- the Stow children and the families 'ently made good, and people think was held at a park. Others who ( he should be re-elected on the attended were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil; strength of his record in office. Godfredson and Darlene Stott, of j "Leon Merritt can carry this Burt, the Dr. P. L. Stow family, Mr. territory for about anything he and Mrs. Don Stow, and Willard ] runs for. How he will do in the Stow, all of Newton. All members j rest of the county remains to be ton's Monday and left H. E. Harvey Jr., who is with the Warbur- tons while the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey are attending Epworth League Institute at the Okobojis, July 916. The Harveys have with them 12 boys and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Altizer, who are spending the summer at Little Winnie Lodge in northern Minnesota, spent part of last week here with relatives. Neil Slack, who has been with Doctor Geilenfeld, went back with them to spend the rest of the summer with his father, who is also there. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Mrs. N. E. Noble, Harry Warburton, and Edith Buxton visited at Gus Torino's, near Armstrong, Sunday, and Mrs. Noble remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pankuske, of Chicago, visited the P. L. Koppens Friday. Mr. Pankuske is a former resident of Kossuth county who worked for Mr. Koppen more than 20 years ago. The Martin Bobos, near Emmetsburg, spent last Thursday with the Erman Hansens, and Mrs. Hansen and her children went home with them for a short vftit. Mrs. Roy Farrington, Montgomery, and her children visited at A. Money to Loan Reasonable interest, pay back in small amounts by the month. A safe, sure and economical way to save. Build, repair, buy Algona property, and have it paid for in a short time. Repair and remodel now that costs are low. Algona Building & Loan Association Hulvia and Carmen Sanden, Hugh Lewis, and Tabe Loats drove to Lake Mills Sunday to attend "a birthday party for their grandmother, Mrs, H. H. Medgorden, who was 90. The day was celebrated at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Sanden. Corn-Hog Sign-Ups Completed— Lincoln and Ledyard townships had their corn-hog sign-up Friday. of the family were present except Mr. Zimmerman, son-in-law. Bridge Party at Staehle's— Mrs, Albert Staehle entertained at 1 o'clock bridge luncheon last seen. But Leon, is a good campaigner, and he and Doc Evans should have a dandy battle this fall. "Some voters do not like putting on the ticket candidates who did is a sister of local butter- IsedCar Bargains ^Chevrolet Coupe Coupe !!_CKevrolet Coach ??_Ch? vrol et Coach ^CKevrolet Sedan maker and a Miss McCullough, Windom, spent last week Wednesday at Sioux Rapids with relatives. The Charley Kramers and Mrs. John Kramer, all of Webster City, spent Sunday with the J. W. Hart- shorns and the L. W. Wiemers. The George Jacobsons, Mattawan, Minn., and his parents from Keno- Isha, Wis,, spent the Fourth with 1 he Gus Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes and Libert Jr. and Eilt Troffs spent Sunday with Mrs. Margery Erickon, Armstrong. • The Reuben Neuenfeldts, Minneapolis, and a niece from Alden vi- ited the H. D. Maynes over the week-end, Mrs. Roy Link's brother, Darrell lunt, and Louise Labeck, both of Sioux City, visited here over the fourth. Leon Worden and Ace Warner are building a new corn crib and ranary at the Ed Reece place. The Roscoe Maynes, Swea City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Mayne's mother, Mrs. Carrie Steinberg. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson, Sanborn, and Calvin visited their son Cecil Friday and Saturday. Cleo, Marjorie, and Jean Gable went to Lakota Friday to visit their aunt, Mrs. George Hietland. Mrs. E. G. Rich and Mrs. Paul looper of Fairmont spent Friday with the L. W. Wiemers. The Floyd Andersons, Blue 3arth, spent Sunday at the paren- :al Fred Baumann home. Mrs. Ben Gesch, Elmore, is ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and week Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. no t f ace the primaries. It does W. T. Peters, her guest, Mrs. Gor-' not look fair to those who ^a don French, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, her mako tne rac6i and it smac ks too sister, Buma Duckmanton, Mrs. P. muc h of oldtime ward politics." F. Kriethe, Mrs. C. W. Patterson, ] Mrs. H. 0. Buell, Mrs. K. J. Smith, (McDonald's. They are Mrs. Mc- Mrs. D. L. McDonald, Mrs. L. A. Donald's mother and brother. Boettcher, Irma Davison, and Mrs.'der's daughters. H. L. Sauerman. Mrs. French won j Mr. and Mrs. Z. E. Armstrong, of high; Mrs. Pratt second. Mrs. Des Moines, and Mrs. Niel Nielson, Q. Smith's last Thursday and Friday, and Mrs. Smith went home with them for a few days. The E. R. Worleys left Saturday for Mason City, where Mrs. Worley visited her parents while Mr. Worley went on to Gait on a business mission. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman left for Chicago last week Wednesday, Lincoln's was at the Center school-1 tne house all day, and Ledyard's in the morning at Ledyard and the afternoon at Lakota. and Irvin attended meeting, after which a business they visited Birthdays of Two Observed— Mrs. August Gutknecht entertained the birthday club last week Monday, it being her 79th birthday. Mrs. Julia Wortman entertained the same club last Thursday. Other Lakota News. The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey, Rowan, stopped at J. H. Warbur- Dr. and Mrs. Robert Williams went to Cresco last week Sunday to visit the Earl Grabaus over the Fourth. Mrs. Catherine Scharer, Minneapolis, and her daughter Catherine were visitors at Emory Smith's Sunday. Mrs. Bob Clemans, Titonka, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith. The P. L. Koppens visited the Martin Beckers, near Algona, Sunday. "SUMMER - NIZE" Your Work Modernize su m m e r work by letting us take away your laundry cares. Enjoy extra summer leisure and you'll keep cool and healthy! Once you try us you'll always insist on our faultless laundry service for economy. KIRSCH LAUNDRY Phone 267 Sedan Panel • Coach Coach Service ceived guest prizes. French and Miss Duckmanton re- Spencer, were week-end guests at J. A. Armstrong's. They were on, the way home after a week at thei Methodist Vacation Two Weeks— lakes. There will be no services at the i Mr . an d M,. S . H. L. Reynolds, the Methodist church the next two liter's mother, Mrs. Laura Wil- Sundays. Next Sunday the Rev.'son, St. Paul, and William Red- Mr. Mitchell will be at the Okobojis ' man , La Crosse, Wis., visited over with the Epworth Leaguers. Then tne Fourth at E. H. Staley's. the Mitchells and the Mrs. A. H. Wood will Doctor Muhleman's Rev. and ; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kearns and leave for Mr- an( i Mrs. C. H. Hains visited cottage in relatives at Lake City Sunday. Mrs. Mrs. J. T. Welfare. Mrs. Eilt Troff will entertain ;he German Reform church Aid at her home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and Elwood spent last week at Hubbard and Baxter. Alice Hagge broke a bone in her mother, and Mrs. Spear his sister. Mrs. Salisbury is a former Burt esident. Wins Diamond Ring and $11— Mrs. E. E. Paine, local agent for he Midwest Hosiery Co., has won i diamond ring and $11 bonus for he highest sales in June. The jompany had a contest and Mrs. ?aine won first Muhleman Shows Pictures— The Rev. W. G. Muhleman gave moving pictures he took on his recent trip in the south at the Methodist church Friday evening, and .old many interesting things about conditions there. i Weirs on Camping Trip— Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir and their two children left last Thursday for a several weeks camping " ..i (_!± n i. r*f*ft irKlt 1 I trip wrist Saturday while Ford. cranking a Mrs. Gerald Eller, Ames, visited her sister, Mrs. Wm. Poppy, last week. Gerald Warner, who is in a CCC camp near Eldora, spent the Fourth here. Frank Wiemer and I. C. Smith of Arnolds Park were here Friday. The W. F. M. S. meets Friday with Mrs. Joe Mayne. St, Joe Pair Wed at Conception) Mo St'. Joe. July 11—At the Immaculate Conception Abbey church, Conception, Mo., Tuesday morning took place the marriage of Dora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mat! Hilbert, to Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs, Q«orge Pecker, St. Joe. The ceremony was performed by the bridegroom's brother, the Rev Father fcuke Becker, 0. S. B. The bride bad been employed at the Ned Donahue home, Pocahontas during tae last six months. The eoupte will live on a farm here where Jhe bridegroom has been tenant since March. northern Minnesota, where they Hains remained to care for her will spend a couple of weeks. Sun- mother, who is sick. day school will convene as usual. Lauretta Larsen and Lura Se. - — 7. — , „ ' wick went to Britt last week Mon- Former Burt Resident Here— l day and brought home Beulah Lar- Mrs. Elizabeth Salisbury, Fort sen> who had been vlsiting there at Benton, Mont., and the William the Fisher home> Spears, Rice Lake, Wis., arrived a Tne Rey an(J Mrg c B Mitchell week ago Monday to visit the H. A. visited their son Bennett at Buffalo ialisburys and other relatives. Center last week Tuesday( and drs. Salisbury is H. A._ Salisbury^ Selina CHnon accompanied them to visit a friend. The G. J. F. Vogels went to Princevllle, 111., last Thursday to attend the funeral of a cousin of Mrs. Vogel Friday. They returned Saturday. The Fortnightly club meets this week Wednesday at Mrs. R. S. John's. Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken will entertain the Birthday Circle Thursday. Marcelle Brooke, who has been attending junior college at Ontario, Calif., arrived Saturday to visit her )arents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brooke. The Harvard Grahams left Saturday for their home at San Leandro, Calif., after ten days with Harvard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schryver re- .urned Friday from two weeks at Arvada, Colo., where they visited their daughter, Mrs. L. L. Bisgard. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and her daughter Eugenia Mae went to Des Moines Tuesday. Eugenia takes piano lessons from a teacher there. Maurice Coffin, with the CCC at Lenox, visited from last week Wednesday till Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin. Howard Gettman returned Saturday from a week with an uncle at Mason City. His uncle, George Gettman, brought him home. F. L. Pratt and his daughter Zelpha Rae took Mr. Pratt's mother, Mrs. Edwina Pratt, to St. Paul Sunday to visit relatives. Editor and Mrs. W. A. MacArthur visited Mrs. MacArthur's brother, Dr. Ed. Bannick, Rochester, at the Okobojis last Thursday. The Mite society served ice cream, pie, and cake on the street Saturday evening, also at a ball game in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer went to Fort Dodge to spend the Fourth with Mr. Meinzer's mother and sisters. Mrs. Annie jl cv«j^»»*-~- •• — - -. They will visit at Graybull, Wyo., also, the Yellowstone park, Country Team Wins Game— A fast game of ball Saturday between the Burt All-Stars and the Manure Spreaders resulted In a victory for the country team, 9-6. Legion Day is Planned— The Legion post will celebrate itsTarinull Legion day Friday, July 27. _. Other Burt News Mr and Mrs. J. A. McGowan and Mrs. Charles Briggs, Cede r Rapids, arrived Friday for a visit at Frank Snyder's. The McGowans went home Monday, Mrs. Briggs remaining for two weeks. Mrs. Briggs and Mrs. McGowan are Mrs. Sny' Bernice and Beulah Larsen their guest, Jean Fisher, Britt, and Mrs. Ivron Zimmerman, Goshen, Ind., were Friday dinner guests at Lura Sewick's and in the evening the lirTs had a picnic at the Ambrose Wat P s, a New London, ar- riv"d'lasrweek' Monday for a week with his sister, Mrs. L. B. Roet man. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. G Roetman. Sanborn, also spent and her son of fornla, visited last week at D. Come in and see a whale of a SUCCESS! GOOD Hawcott, daughter Lulu, and Selina Clifton spent Sunday at W. E. Hawcott's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at ,the M. L. Vlaaas home. gves mileage! They " W, E KNEW this new "G-3" was good. Goodyear test fleet drivers proved that! They'd speed up to 50—jam on the brakes—speed up to 50—jam on the brakes—ruin cars, wear out brake linings—to prove this tire could"take it," But even we are surprised at the way car owners flock to buy it! Come in! See this broader, heavier, flatter, 43% longer-wearing non-skid tread! See why the patented Supertwist body can stand up under its added weight and width — and you want the more miles of safety that this tire delivers at no extra cost! Sure, we have a GUARANTEE _ not only a guarantee againit road hazards — but in addition a lifttimt guarantee against defects of material and workmanship. With the quality of Goodyear Tires where it is today—you can be sure of satisfaction. Come in and see us about it. See the Husky Goodyear Speedway at Curlew j Low Prices. Deldutch Super Service LUBRICATION. CAE WASHING, AND BEAKE SERVICE. EXIDE BATTEEJES fhone IS a«

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