Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1934
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA ] .95 Electric fans, 8-in. .Genuine Hot Point feather wejgh •iron, regular $6.95 iron, for this week 1 burner hot plate 98c 2 burner hot plate $2.2(j Croquet Sets, four ball 1 Lb. S. & Q. high grade ,wax for $1.45 39c $1.00 ,Wftx Anplier Brush ........ __ _25c 1% <lt. Pyrex Casserole, round Faultless porcelain tub electric £*::„„_ $39.50 Ironing boards, full plze 15x54 $1.75 KOHLHAAS & SPILLES HARDWARE 12fclb 10c Boiling Beef, 3 Ibs. for.. 25c Baby Beef Koasl Teal Loaf Bacon Squares Hamburg ,Veal Stew, Ib. __. Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb Sunkist Lemons, dozen 32c New potatoes, peck 25c New England style Pork and Beans, large size, can lOc Lighthouse Cleanser, 3 cans lOc Hire's Root Beer Extract, bot. _15c French Style Mustard, qt. jar _13c K. C. Baking Powder, large size, can 21c PEACHES FOE CANNING Complete line of Fresh Fruits, H, R, SORENSEN & COMPANY Phones 138 and 139 Vegetables and Meats. TOP PRICE FOR EGGS RupturecLAppendix Fatal for Young Farmer FRANK [ROMAN IS BURIED AT ST, BENEDICT BEER on draught. Also pints, quarts, picnics and pony kegs. Silver Grey CAFE Open all night. Everything to eat. the Smart "Vogue for Cotton Frocks and Gnsembles! Choose from gay styles for dress, street, sports ... lounging and beach-wear! $1.39 to $1.95 See our window for other styles BROWNELL SHOE GO. Irvington, July 17—Frank Erd man, 30, whose funeral services were held at the St. Benedic church last week Monday morning was the fifth son of Mr. and Mrs B. A. Erdman and was born near St. Benedict in 1904. He attendee the parochial school there and farmed with his father and brothers. April 8, 1928, he was married to Wilhelma Neuroth, of St. Benedict Three children were born, Colleen 4, Darlene 2, and Wallace one month. Brothers and sisters who attended the funeral were Mrs. Jos. Arndorfer, and Mrs. John Steil, Algona; Powell, of Marshalltown; Emil, of Mitchell, S. D.; Arthur, manager of a Gamble store at Ontario, Wis.; and Mrs. Jos Stassan, of Cannon Falls, Minn.; and Hernan, of this vicinity. Anthony, of Moline, 111., was the only one not ible to attend. Frank also had a sister and one brother who are dead, Mrs. Jos Arndorfer, Heddlng- er, N. D.. and Alexander. Mr. Erdman was critically burn- 3d some 10 years ago and was a jatient at the Kossuth hospital for our months, and bedfast for 8 nonths. The burns resulted when Crank's clothing on which he had pilled gasoline, took fire from a gasoline engine. He had been doctoring for ulcers f the stomach for some time before 10 was taken to the Mercy hospital i'ort Dodge, where he died July 6 ollowing an operation for a rup- ured appendix. Ed. Osterbauer, Rockford, 111., nd his sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner, dgona, were Sunday afternoon allers on Mrs. Allan Burbank, at 'ake Maasdam's. This week Monay morning Ed. accompanied by Mrs. Feschner returned to Roch- ord, where Mrs. Fechner will visit. Mrs. Erdman plans to carry on at heir farm east of here, with her rother Victor Neuroth helping. Her niece, Elizabeth Eerdman, plans to emain with her indefinitely and >er mother-in-law is spending sev- ral days there. Besides his wife and children, ind brothers and sisters, he is sur- ived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Erdman, who are making heir home with their daughter, Mrs. Jos Arndorfer, south west of Algona. CC Workers on Furlough— Bert Ramus, hitchhiked from his !CC camp at Decorah to Irvington, ast week Thursday. He will remain with his Lu Mrs. Seneca Lutherans Attend Fairmont Summer Festival Seneca, July 17 — The Seneca Norwegian Lutheran church congregation was included with congregations within 35 miles of Fairmont invited to' attend the fourth annual summer festival of the American Lutheran conference Sunday at Sylvania park at Fairmont. The conference is a federation of Lutheran Synods united in Christian fellowship and service. The participating congregations represent a membership of nearly 7000 and have a total Sunday school enrollment of 2,000. The Rev. O. F, Johnson, Blue Earth, gave a Sunday school talk in the forenoon. Two inspirational services were held, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Wilhelmsen, of Racine, Wls., was the guest speaker. A family picnic was a feature of the meeting and was enjoyed at noon. Because of threatening showers at noon the ;roup was invited to hold the af- ;ernoon program in the Fairmont high school auditorium. Among those attending from Seneca were the Jens Halvorsen and George Charlson families, the ?red Hedins, C. M. Thompsons, lans Wilbergs, Ole Johannesons, Rev. S. 0. Sande, daughter -Pearl, Mrs. Albert Ullestad, the Otto Wil- bergs, Albin Nelsons, Mrs. Linus ensen and Beverly, Mrs. Jennie ensen and Vernon, Mrs. Anna Os- iorn and the Martin Wilbergs. Quilting Party is Given— A quilting party at Mrs. Anna Osborn's Friday afternoon was attended by Mrs. William Brown, of Armstrong, Mrs. Fred Weisbrod and Mrs. Emma Curry, of Fent'on, and the Mesdames Linus Jensen, Sande, Jennie Jensen, J, H. Jensen, Jens Halvorsen, Albert Ullestad, William Osborn, P. H. Jensen, Charles Osborn, and Melvln Norland. Y. I'. S. Tomorrow Night— The Y. P. S. will be entertained this week Friday evening at Melvin Norland's. Other Seneca News. The Elmer Ullestad family, of Ames, Mrs. Linus Jensen, the Jens Halvorsens and Albert Ullestads were guests at Otto Wilberg's Friday evening. Mrs. Anna Osborn spent from Friday till this week Wednesday at the Wm. Brown's, near Armstrong. Mrs. Al Sjostrum, of Minneapolis, visited last Wednesday afternoon at Melvin Norland's. Gladys Burgesson, of Ringsted, s spending this week with her sis- .er, Mrs. Melvin Norland. The Aid will be entertained at tfrs. Melvin Norland's this week Thursday afternoon. Mildred Burgesson, Los Angles, Calif., visited a few days last week at Melvin Norland's. Charles Thompson spent a few days last week with his uncle, lenry Kueck. The Oscar Norland family, Cyl- nder, spent Sunday at Melvin Norand's. Lli VERNE CEMETERY SOCIETY HOLDS MEETING An unusually large number of members and guests attended the July meeting of the cemetery association last Thursday, when Mrs. Herbert J. Smith was hostess. Be- :ause of the funeral of Mrs. John Clawitter Sr. the business meeting ivas not called till 4 p. m. The president, Mrs. Elsie Stuessy, reported a state association meeting she recently attended at Ames, and a potluck lunch was served. Mrs. U. S. Grant will be hostess at the August meeting. Mrs. Peitzke to Clinic- Mrs. George Dietzel, Spencer, * ^ ~^ Mrs - Fa y Thompson, Eagle Grove, parent |'. the Ott ° land Roy Peitzke, Webster City " I took tneir m °«ier, Mrs. H. E Sankey un- this week Wednesday when he will report for \f0rk again. Mert is camp mechanic and was recently promoted to assistant leader. Old House Torn Down— A. McLean has been employed at Ted Harr's tearing down an old house which has been standing a shotr distance from the present dwelling house for many years. Mr. Harr will use the good lumber in improvements around the home. New Aid Plan Nets $2.59— Thirty-two members and guests were entertained Thursday afternoon at Aid by Mesdames John Schulz and George Wolf. The market besket plan was started and $2.59 was realized. The next meeting will be held early in August. Attend Funeral of Brother— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kulow, drove to Forest City Saturday to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Kulow's brother, Levi Helland. Mr. Helland died last Thursday from a brain hemorrhage, following three weeks of sleeping sickneess. Robert Bucksleys Ha?e Boy- Mr, and Mrs. Robert Buckley, Ogden, are parents of a 9-lb. boy, Thomas, born last Friday. Mrs. Thomas Coleraan has gone to the Buckley home and will stay a few weeks. IRVINGTON NE1TS Sunday luncheon guest at M. L. Roney's were Mr, and Mrs. John Grey, Winnebago, Minn., D. Smith, Algona, and Mrs. V, Schichtl, Jacob Maasdam. R. T. J. M. Watson was a guest during the afternoon. Mrs. Schichtl, Mrs. Roney, Mr. Smith, and John Grey and Ray Watson are the remaining members of the choir that served in the Irvington church for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Grey planned to stop at George Grey's near Burt, to get John's mother, Mrs. Grey, of Brule, Neb. Dinner guests at James Stacy's Sunday were the Wilbur Morlands, of Spirit Lake. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Fechner returned to Roch- her daughter Mrs. Sam Robison and husband, of Sibley, called. Monday Mrs. Stacy's brother, J. 0. Stevenson and his wife, of Freeport, 111., stopped for a short visit. They were en route to Spirit Lake for a two .weeks vacation. Henry Scheppman went to Lakefield, Minn., Tuesday to be with his mother, Mrs. August Scheppman, on her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scheppman, of Rockford, 111., were recent guests at the Henry Schenp- man's. They were en route to Lakefield to visit Mrs. Scheppman. Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes and Kenneth drove to Lewis Stumbo's at Fort Dodge Sunday. Joyce, their daughter, who had been with her grandparents for a few weeks returned home with them. The Henry Scheppmans and the Edwin Gades, drove to Allan Wintz- o's at Rodman Sunday to help observe Mrs. Wintze's birthday. Clarence Rosan, George Ramus, Percy and Vaughn Schichtl spent Saturday night and part of Sunday fishing at Lost Island. The Rev. A. English preached to a large congregation Sunday on, A Bad Bargain, Gen. 25-34. to Rochester last week Wednesday, and she went through the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Peitzke, has been in poor health for some time. Attend I. 0. 0. F. Homecoming— The William Murrays, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman, the M. M. Lowmillers, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson, son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Matt Marty, and Elwood French attended a homecoming at the I. O. 0. F. home at Mason City Sunday. Lichtys in Family Picnio — Mr. and Mrs. Don Lichty, Chicago, arrived last Thursday for two weeks with relatives. A family picnic was held in their honor at Clear Lake Sunday, and attending were the P. C. Lichtys, the J. L. Lichtys, Grace, Harry, Robert Lee, and Evan Lichty. • Mrs. O'Conner Has Stroke— Mrs. Jos. O'Conner suffered a stroke Friday morning and is in critical condition. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer is helping care for her. Mrs. Lothringer returned one day last week from extended visits with sons at Davenport and Grand Mound, Pastor Off for Vacation— The Rev and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell and son Arthur and Richard Chipman and the Rev. and Mrs. Allan Wood leave today for Brainerd, Minn., where they will spend a couple of weeks at the Rev. W. G Muhleman's cabin near there. Ice Cream Supper Planned— The Evangelical Young People's S. S. class had a party at Fred Merkle's last week Monday, and plans were laid for a homemade ice cream supper at the town hall this week Saturday evening. Hannahs to World's Fair— The Ward Hannahs, Long Beach, Calif., had visited relatives and friends here two weeks, left Moner at Sac City. Mrs. Kiddle to Iowa City- Mrs. C. O. Riddle went to Iowa City last week Tuesday for an operation for goiter at the University hospital. 75 Attend Hoosier Picnic— The annaul Hoosier picnic was held Sunday at the Tom Trenary home. About seventy-five were present. Fourth Daughter for Hedricks— A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Hedrick Friday, their fourth girl. Other Lu Yerne News. The H. A. Salisburys took Mrs. C. R. Salisbury, H. A.'s mother, who is visiting here from Fort Benton, Mont., and her sister, Mrs. Mayne Steinman, to Tiptou Saturday, where they will visit Allan Salisburys. They will visit relatives at Silver, 111., Racine, Wis., and Trenton, Ho., before returning here. The H. A. Salisburys returned home Sunday. Four members of the Queen Esther Circfe, Maxine Smith, Hazel Nygaard, Kathleen Sanford, and Phyllis Lichty, and their leader, Mrs. Harold Phillips, are spending the week in camp at the Okobojis. Clara Shaw returned Saturday from a several weeks visit with friends in Chicago and at the Isaac Cook home at Lisbon, Mo., and Mrs. Cook brought her home and remained over the week-end. Mrs. A. J; Eason and her daughters returned last Thursday from visits with Orange City relatives. Lois Eason, who was at the Eason home, has returned to her own home at Alton. Mrs. Arthur Dimler and Shirley were guests at Gerald Herbener's, Mason City, Sunday-, and Kathleen Dimler, who had been visiting there six weeks, returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Kruger and two sons visited last week at the Ernest Kruger, Henry Manus, and Albert Volentine homes; They are from Wilmar, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pergande had as guests last week the latter's mother, Mrs. Minnie Lottman, and sister, Mrs. A. W. -Schwing, both of Peoria, 111. R. E. and Ed Moyer and daughter lone went to Des Moines Saturday to get Mrs. R. E. Moyer, who had been visiting relatives near there. Mrs. William Baddeley and her children, Jack and Josephine Holdcroft, spent several days with friends at Woolstock last week. Mrs. Rosa Stuessy got home from Green City, Mo., last Thursday. She had been visiting a sister there who is sick. Mrs. Sid Barteau and daughter Celia are visiting Mrs. Barteau's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hogberg, Rock Island, have been visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. John Voss Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thaves'and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Thaves visited frineds at Swea City Sunday. Ross Levier, Council Bluffs, visited his aunt, Mrs. J. F. O'Conner who is sick, last week. Thirty were present Friday, when Mrs. Austin Burtis served at tea for the Methodist Aid. Jack Burtis, Minneapolis, was a GRANT GIRLS CLUB STUDIES CANNING Grant Twp., July 18—The Girls club met with Marjorie Barger last Thursday, and a demonstration on canning tomatoes was given by Agnes Droessler and Elizabeth Ann Inman, ot the Bancroft Busy Pals club. Thelma Priest, also Bancroft, gave a brief report of the recent 4-H club convention at Ames. Lucille Grlng, H. D. A., was also present. The club will meet with Mar- porie and Adella Johnson all day next week Friday, and a meat demonstration will be given. Neir DniiRhtcr for Heerdts— A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Hcerdt, Saturday, July 7. There are two other children, a girl and a boy. Louisiana Pair Visits Here— Mr, and Mrs. C. G. Boyce, Baton Rouge, La., were guests part of last week of Mrs. Boyce's sister, Mrs. Delbert Hunt. Homecoming Picnic Next Sunday— The annual Grant homecoming picnic will be held next Sunday at Ward's park, Fairmont. Other Grant News. Betty Lou Johnson spent last week at Fred Darnell's, Ledyard, Tax Ferret Checks Kossuth Taxpayers Since early in the year Chris Jacobs, Garner, has been at the courthouse, checking up on back taxes for a period of five years and making settlements with taxpayers found short. His contract with the board of supervisors calls for $7.50 a day compensation, but only if he makes it, that is, finds and collects enough to make it. Any surplus goes to the county. Mr. Jacobs, who is a former Hancock county auditor, has an assistant doing the same work at Estherville. St. Benedict The John Dorans, 1 of Canada, started for home Sunday, but were to stop ot Morgan, Minn., for a brief visit with Mrs. Doran's uncle, Jos Kraus. They spent three weeks here. They also attended the World's fair. Mrs. Doran is a daughter of Mrs. Josephine Rosen- meycr. Mrs. Frances Stephenson, Chicago, and her little niece, Louise HuBchka, who had spent a week there, arlved Sunday for a week here with Mrs. Anna Huschka and Mrs. Al Hosenmeyer. The Edward Pfeffers, Des Moines, went home Monday, after two weeks here. They visited the John Wittes and relatives at Corwlth. The John Grandgenetts, Anton Grandgenetts, and the Frank Wiemers motored to Carroll Sunday for the day with relatives. Mrs. Clyde Conner, Des Moines, and a daughter are spending a few weeks with Mrs. Eva Germann and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goetz, Wesley, were Sunday visitors at William Arndorfer's. The sugar beet dump here was moved away last week. .THURSDAY get a lot of satisfaction in you do your shopping— at the Will , g y ° llr mea], Basket Grocer Complete Food Stores. 3 I() * Cheese, Long Horn—delicious wiirtT 11 ^ it's ready for that quick lunch, ib Or ' * Lemons, 300 size, ' ' large and juicy, dozen Sugar, ~ 10 Ibs. Post Bran Flakes, ' 2 pkgs. Breakfast Cocoa, Baker's 2 8-oz. pkgs. Calumet Baking Powder, 1 Ib. Satina, 3 pkgs. La France, 2 pkgs. Monarch Coffee, Ib. j guest at the parental A. D, Burtis home last week. The Austin Burtises were Fort I Dodge and Webster City visitors Saturday. George and Kathrine Manus visited friends at Thor over the week-end. Frances Masterson, Corwith, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. DeRae Godfrey. The Fortnightly club had a pic- nice last Saturday at Stanley Keith's. Mrs. Archie Sanford entertained last week Wednesday evening at bridge. Bobby Chapmon is visiting relatives at Goldfield. Beer Prices are lower Royal Lager, strong beer, 24 bottle case $2 Joe Bloom STOP AT BARRY'S FOR Beer and Cigarettes -and what a time you'll have I Two world-famous symphony orchestra* pitying daily • • • p»»Jes of interesting exhibit* ... great choruses, bands, vaudeville programs, operas . . .spectacular firework; .. . stardingly beautiful lighting miracles that tufa Fair nights into scintillating fairylands. A thousand other things to see, do and enjoy— fascinating foreign villages... strange, interesting people and places . . . exotic costumes, customs, dances. LOW! from Algona 7 I I 11,85 I I IVIU r »y. Saturday and Sunday 10-day return limit. X n coachM > day. 1 5-day return limit R o««>dttip, first class. 30-day =>w*y * 6«» All-Expeits* Two* to ti* WORLD'S FAIR ••IOW 84 $13.90 Rodeo Parades Tonight at Seven 5=; I 0B ^3; = Final Clearance of Men's Summer Wearables DRESS STRAWS Nearly all sizes. One lot 50c To $2.00 at $1.00 Waterproof 2.50 to $2.95 Choice, $1.50 SPORT SHOES All white, tan and white black and white. Choice, $2.95 60 Pairs WASH PANTS Every pair new this season, to close at 25 PER CENT OFF Some good quality 22- in. flannels. SOME LIGHT COLOR .SUITS At $9.85 Half Price WASH NECKTIES 2 lots at 2 for 25c Best, 2 for 35c CAPS White, lie Others 35 to 6! WHITE FEIT HAlj Good all winter. ( get 'em now, NRA, close at $1.95. UNDERWEAR SHORTS and SHIRTS Each 19c UNIONS 50c Get in on things you can use for next year a good part of this summer to use! Misbach Clothing Co THE NEW CLOTHING STQRE OPPOSITE P. 0. Sales Book and Office Supplies We are agents for one of the largest salesbooks manufacturing concerns in the country, and can give you service, quality, and price. L J.W.HAYS * SOK\ VMHQI.CSM.E ice CR«AM\ L •'if- VUiaMafollt,MiiUt-~ CARBON COATED ' DUPLICATE COVER .USED AS STOP CARD Loose Leaf Ledgers The new state sales tax requires correct and accurate mg. Let us modernize your present system. You'il be surprised ho« "^ iiomically it can be done. RIBB K S, ADBDJG MACHINE SECOND SHEETS, AND ALL COBBECT LEGAL CARKIED IN STOCK. Advance Pull. East of the^Courthouse

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