Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1934
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.PAGEFOtiR ALQONA, !QWA PLUMBING AND HEATING Sheet Metal Eave Troughs Pumps Cylinders Pipe Fittings yalves Faucets '. i A complete stock. Holtzbauer's Tin Shop 117 S. Dodge Phone S3 9c 1 WEEK-END SPECIALS Grape-Nuts Flakes, pkg. __<_• Calumet Baking Powder, pound can _ Sardines, 1-4 oil, 3 cans Alaska Pink Salmon, tall can Council Oak Coffee, pound Tropical Iced Tea Blend, pint jar Sweet Tender Peas, No. 2 can Corn, Morning Light, 3 cans Frute-Gel, pkg i. Superb Oats, large pkg. Bottle Caps, cork lined, gross Kirk's Castile Soap, 4 bars P. & G-. Soap, 5 giant bars Mustard, quart jar __i Robb-Ross Wheat Cereal, per pkg. L<?rnoi\ Cookies, pound Quaker Puffed [Wheat Buy Your California Peaches for Canning Now. Whittemore Wins Sunday From Lotts Creek ..._._. ...i _i_ m.*....J A *• fill* A t*n**M vi* Aw A SECOND GAME VS, OTTOSEN RAINED OUT 10c 12c .27c 19c 15c 25c .. 5c 15c 19c 18c 19c 15c 15c 15c 8c while the are here The new lightweight Sentinel Series Hoovers, complete with built-in electric Dirt Finder and new duralumin Dusting Tools, on special terms during the Hoover men's stay in town. This combination gives you a complete home-cleaning service. Telephone us to make sure the Hoover men call on you before they go. Hoovers Inspected FREE Leave your name with us for a free inspection and adjustment of your present Hoover. Replacements, if needed, at minimum cost. Work by skilled experts. HOOVER Whittemore, July 18—The crac Whittemore baseball nine played fast game against Lotts Creek her Sunday and won, 9-7. The loca battery was Ralph Keene and Pa Farrell. Vincent Saltz was the only man to hit a three-bagger, and no one made a home run, A secont game was started between Ottosen and Whittemore, but rain stoppec it at three innings, when the scor< was 3-0 in favor of Ottosen. Methodist Women Have Ton— The Methodist Aid had a tea a Mrs. R. A. Bartlett's last week Wednesday; Mrs. L. W. Swanson assisting hostess. The entertainment was furnished by Luclle Reimers and Myrtle and lola Barber and lunch was served late in the afternoon. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen H. Wood, Good Hope, attended Lutherans Name State Delegate— The St. Paul Lutherans held a quarterly meeting Sunday afternoon in the school basement, and John' Meine was elected delegate to a Keystone state meeting August 20-24, Herman Meyer alternate delegate. Three new members were accepted: Theodore Meier, Albert Baas, Glen Struecker. Maahs to Short Course—* Edw. H. Maahs, of the local hatchery, attended a short course at Charles City three days last week, and reports that every state was represented. He has had seven years of experience and will install laboratory equipment to diagnose disease. Kittenlmllers Are Still Active— Kittenball games have been played as follows: Oilers vs. Kids last veek Tuesday, Kids won, 11-6; ^Torth Farmers won from Creamery Wednesday, 5-1; Merchants won rom South Farmers, 13-9, Thursday; Kids won from North Farmers, 8-3, Friday. Wagners in Family Reunion— A Wagner family reunion was leld at Clear Lake Sunday, and at- ending from here were the Louis 3reinerts and Lawrence Meyer. The Edward and Edwin Grelnerts, he John Wagners, and the Arthur Bleckwenns, all of Fairville, also attended. Mrs. Francis Elbert is Sick- Mr, and Mrs. Francis Elbert drove to Iowa City last week Monday, the latter to take treatment at the university hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elbert drove down Saturday to see her, and did not find her improved. Teit Family in Reunion— ! Father Charles Veit, his b'rotlier Paul, and sister, Clara Veit, Weiser, Ind., arrived Saturday to visit the local Father Veit and his sister Mary two weeks. Kids lose to West Bend— A PLAYGROUND INCLUDING SWINGS, a teeter, sand pile and other equipment which may be bought ready-made or built by the parents at a small cost helps children to develop healthy bodies good dispositions, and wholesome habits, according to Mrs. Alma H Jones, extension specialist in child care and training at Iowa State college. This movable equipment, photographed at the home of Mr and Mrs. Melvin Goeldner, Brooklyn, was built from plans available free in Booklet No. 2 from the Children's Bureau, United States Department of Agriculture. Twenty Years Ago Bad roads were held responsible or poor attendance at three ounty political conventions. The Bull Moosers had the largest at- endance, nearly 60, at the Redmen's hall. They elected Doctor Peters, Hurt, hairman, and Jos. Misbach, Al- 'ona, secretary, and filled out their icket by nominating C. F. Nolle, lgona, for clerk; A. Hutchison or county attorney; Henry Sew- ck, Burt, for auditor; and A. Buterfield, Irvihgton, Myron Schenck, Jnion, Edw. Bartlett, Portland, and ". C. Newel, Fenton, for super- isors. A. E. Lien, Whittemore, was hairman of the republican con- ention in the courtroom, and J. \. Freeh was secretary. Nine dele- ates to the state convention were hosen. The democratic convention was mall, and was held in the jury oom. E. J. Murtagh was thairman; om J. White, Whittemore, secre- ary. To fill the ticket Albert Ogen was nominated for auditor; lerman Krause for sheriff. • * * Mrs.. 0. A. Potter, 73, had died : her home at Granville, S. D. '.r. and Mrs. Potter were residents : Cresco township for more than 0 years before they moved to outh Dakota. * * * * Edward Blackford had resigned as secretary of the County Mutual, and Jos. Paxson had been elected to take his place. Mr. Blackford organize the County Other Whittemore. The William Kellys, Mrs. Ray Oliver, and Mrs. Andrew Schoonhoven drove to Clear Lake Friday. Mrs. Schoonhoven had been visiting here. The Kellys and Mrs Oliver drove on to Mason City to visit Mrs. Oliver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gamelin, returning Saturday evening, Arlis Klein accompanying them to visit the Olivers a week. The John Ulenhakes have moved from the Gockley house to the Albert Esser house, the Essers having gone to Des Moines. The William Rusch Jr. family now has the Gockley house. The Roger Elberts have moved to the Methodist parsonage, vacated by the Rusch family. The Delbert Walkers and Harold Kuecker, Delevan, Minn., visited relatives here and at Algona Sunday, and Harold also played with the Whittemore nine. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Harold Kuecker, who had been here for some time. Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert drove to Minnesota Sunday to visit the Arnold Baas family at Jeffers and the Edw. Elberts, Lamberton. Mrs. Lauck and Mr. Baas are sister and brother, and the Elberts are cousins. been secretary ever since organization. Mr. Paxson had been his assistant for some years, • • * • / An aviator, John Weaver, had sued for $2,500 damages from the manager of an airplane which flew! a store where the Christensen store is now located. * • * • A petition for better service on the Northwestern from Algona to Des Moines 'was hanging fire, but a hearing was to be held at Des Moines, and T. P. Harrington was to represent local interests. * * * * A horse's leg was broken and a son of J. P. Mousel, Bancroft, was hurt, when the horse reared as a car driven by C. M. Dailey was passing. Mr. Mousel was threat- ing a damage suit. * * * * Alfred V. Larson, Fairville but- termaker, had just been married to Anna Weiland, the Rev. L. A. Goddard,, Congregational pastor here, officiating. Alfred was a graduate of the Algona schools, and bride had been teaching here. his The Des Moines Register carried a story on Judge Quarton and his candidacy for congress, and it was republished in the Advance. * • * * The "ready print" section of the Advance that week carried the story of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, heir to the Austrian crown at Sarajevo. It was this assassination which within a month led to the World war. * * * * Dana D. Paxson was to go to Dayton the next Wednesday to be narried to Mabel Waterbury, who lad been, a teacher here. * » * • Choice of Algona as division point for Milwaukee railway prs'.al clerks was announced. " This )rought a number of new families to Algona. * * * » It was rumored that Jesse L. 3onar had slipped away July 7 and u ' to Rhoda Krull, a Quinby store. The CLUB GIRLSG AIDED BY THE LAKOTA BAND Lakota, July 17—Ledyard town ship 4-H club girls gave their an nual ice cream social at Charle Gutknecht's Friday evening an cleared over $10. The Lakota bane played and community singing wa led by Mrs. Frerking. The pro gram included a vocal duet bj Norma Heetland and Katherin Berschman, both dressed in cos tume; health stunt by five club girls; Mary Jane Lewis gave a re port of the Ames convention. Mar; Jane is county 4-H club presiden and is an outstanding club girl Her talk was followed by a voca duet, in costume, by Arlene and Velma Heetland; Lucille Gring, H D. A., gave a short talk on the value of 4-H club work; piano due by Margaret Schroeder and Elizabeth Hahmstock. Tisit Okobojl E. I,. Institute— The J. H. Warburtons and H. E Harvey Jr. accompanied the Leon Wordens, of Ledyard, to Epworth League institute at the Methodist campground at the Okobojis Sunday. The Rev. Mr. O'Brien, president of Morningside, gave the sermon in the morning, and the camp orchestra, directed by Leo Kucinski, orchestra instructor at Morningside, gave a concert in the afternoon. They were assisted by vocal music, solos, mixed quartette, and male quartette, directed by Prof. McCollum, head of music at Sioux City. Among old friends seen were the Rev. and Mrs. H. E Hutchinson, a former Lakota pastor, the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Lease, and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bell, of Otho. Co-Op. Oil Group Elects— Stockholders of the Citizens Service Oil Co. met last week Tuesday evening in the Woodman hall and selected Frank Lewis and Jerry Heetland as directors. Two gas pumps have been put in at the Hansen garage and Mr. Hansen will manage them. Francis Adams ms bought an oil truck and will take care of the tank business. About 60 have signed as shareholders. Hebron 4-H Girls Meet— Hebron township 4-H girls had a club meeting Friday afternoon with Marion Nelson, and Lucille 3ring, H. D. A., attended to help hem with their demonstration vork for Achievement day. This club was recently organized and Mrs. Elchhorn is leader. t at the fairgrounds the year beJ event took n, Q T?iT ^ r ?' The fore. He had been hired for the i'T^ *°*,?l ac , e a' L he br 'de'shome season, but was Muscatine. Mr. Bonar had not Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller, Royal, spent Sunday evening at Herman Fandel's, and Mary Catherine and Helen, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel, accompanied the Millers to Royal for a stay of two Emmetsburg, has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jos. Meurer. Mrs. Meurer and her son Lucian drove to Emmetsburg Sunday evening to visit Mrs. Meurer's niece, Mrs. Rose Goeders. The Theodore Baas family, Stor- den, Minn., came Saturday for weeks. Madeline Goeders, <~uauu, UUL was uisciiargea, too ite, he claimed, to get another ab that summer. » * . » C. M. Quinby had sold out his alf interest in the Quinby & Son ;ore to P. A. Krause, Belvidere, 11. Quinby & Krause conducted let any local friend know of his intentions. * * * * A July 4 celebration at Whittemore was a great success. M F Healy, Fort Dodge, gave the address, floats paraded main street arid two ball games were played. ST. JOE NEWS-LETTER The John Hammers, Swea City, were last Thursday evening visitors at the Le Roy Thilges home. The William Hammers were Sunday dinner guests at Herbert Neil- ffrs. Murray's Brother Injured- Mrs. H. H. Murray received a message Friday saying her brother William Hansen, who is an elec- rician in Ohio, had been seriously urned while repairing a wire af- er a storm. She and her mother ttrs. Hansen, of Forest City, left at nee to be with him. 'rerking Daughter is Sick- Mrs. Frerking came home last nursday after two weeks with the lev. Gerald Ukenas at Jesup. Mrs. Jkena has been suffering with allstones since the birth of her aby and may have an operation r her condition does not improve. 'ormer Druggist Here Calls- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Axlund, Pres- ott Ariz,, who managed the Rex- 1 drug store here some years ago visaed here one day last week! They were on their way to Rochester where Mrs. Axlund planned to go through the clinic. Enjoy Party atLak<v— Thirty Christian Endeavor mem- ^ S ,™" t J° 'awaken Thursday last week Tuesday. The boys were classmates In the Tifonka high school. __ Other Lakota News. Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Marie Chrlstensen left Monday morning with Mrs. Pendergast, of Tltonka, to visit relatives at Rlvello and Watertown, S. "D., and Marietta, Minn. Mr. Chrlstensen, Mrs. Smith's father, who lives In South Dakota, Is past 90. Mrs. Dawson, Aurella, and a niece from California, visited her daughter, Mrs. Ray Smith, a few days last week. They planned to visit the Ward Dawsons at Excelsior, Minn., and also In Wisconsin Deforo returning. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey and daughter, of Hopklngton, visited ast week Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall. Mrs. Humphrey s a sister of Mrs. Krall, and they were on the way to Yellowstone park. Durward Trenary and Wilbur toiler hitch-hiked to Wllmar, Minn., last week to visit with Wilbur's uncle, Albert Hans. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Relsdorfer left ;arly last week for a vacation at Manatdor, N. D. Mr. Reisdorfer's mother lives there. The Christian Freedmans, of Chicago, have been visiting at Ernest Christ's. Mrs. Christ and Mr. Freedman are brother and sister. Coonie Roelfsema is back at work in the J. P. Schissel & Son elevator after a week's vacation. Mrs. F. 0. Johnson entertained he Methodist Aid at the church ast week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Wade Ball entertained a number of women at her farm home last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. William Baum was serious y ill last week, 'but Is recovering Mrs. C. R. Smith went to Spirl .ake Sunday to visit an aunt. • Helps Prepare Returns. A field man representing th tate board of assessment and re view was at Lu Verne yesterda orenoon, helping retailers prepar ales tax reports. The same or an ther man wds at Whittemor 'uesday. > Come Here to Wed. Justice P. A. Danson performei marriage ceremony Friday fo n Albert Lea couple, Alfred E 'owne and Loretta Sherwood. to Loan Reasonable interest, p ay bac , the month. / ~«- J ack Build, repair, buy for in a short time, costs are low. Repai Algona Building & Association sen's, near Bradgate. Lucille Kramer, Algona, went home Sunday, after a week at the Nick Thilges home. Mrs. John Reding, Chicago, and her son -Johnnie arrived Saturday to visit relatives. The John Frideres family were Sunday dinner guests at Phil RoetlerSs, west of Algona. The Rev. Father Theobald went to Granville Monday to attend the had an operation for the removal of her tear ducts at Mercy hospital last week Wednesday. Mrs. Harold Thul was sick a few days last week with appendicitis Wm. B. Devine was a medical patient at an Algona hospital a few days last week. Mr and Mrs. Peter Kirsch entertained Sunday evening at a farewell party for Edward Becker and Florence Josal, Towers City, N. D. _ Immediate relatives of the Geo Beckers Sr. gathered at his home Sunday evening for a party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker leman. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Illg, Currie, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Roney Thilges, Tracy, Minn., came Saturday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Martin McGuire are parents of a boy, born last Thursday in the Algona hospital. The McGuires now have six boys. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker, newlyweds, returned last Thursday from Conception, Mo., where they were married. . Mrs. Nick Thilges returned Sat- visit at the D. Cordes home. Mr. Baas went back Sunday, and was = . - ™ „„.„accompanied by his nephew, Willert urday from Fort Dodge,""where "slie Baas, who will work there. The Henry Kruegers, of West Bend, visited Sunday noon at Louis Braatz's, and Ella Braatz, who has been at Krueger's a mouth, remained, her sister Margaret going home with the Kruegers. The Maurice- Cullens and Florence Lynch, Mason City, the latter a former teacher here, were Whittemore visitors Sunday. Miss Lynch now attends the Hamilton business college. Sarah Schroeder, Burt, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. R. A. Bartlett, since last week Wednesday. The Bartletts, Miss Schroeder, and Elaine Gengler were at Mason City last Thursday. The Elmo Barber daughter Mar- .-u viiciuvine muuuay 10 Hiiena tne C *«u*jiaa xiccittii, golden jubilee of the Rev. Fr. Ger-l W were married last week Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs John Thul, Rita and Eugene Uiul, and Emma Becker spent last Thursday fishing at Lost Island- Anton Theobald, the Rev. Theo- ^wv**v», VUG AVCV. 1 JlcO" balds father, has returned to his home near Sioux City, after several weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales Loretta and Olga, Mrs. John Altman and James Thilges returned last Thursday from visits with Chicago j'aret, who had spent a Rodman with relatives, week at returned PRATT ELECTRIC GO, Phone 170 onuc uu> , . UHU ,, ,1.^ t cittti \co t 1 tJLUrUCO. (last week Wednesday, accompanied by Jean Miller, Rodman, who was to stay a week. The Robert Braatzes drove to Mrs. Karl Krahn, here, and her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Bankson, Al- goiia, went to Portage, Wis., Sunday night for a week with another daughter, Mrs. Albert Dumke. The Tom Fitzpatricks, Churdan, the William Carrs, Blue Earth, Minn., and Dr. and Mrs. Jos. Draz- da, Fonda, visited the H. S. Daileys Sunday. The Otto Hahn son Paul, who had visited here, returned Saturday to Moline. 111., where he is service man for the International Business Corp. The Ralph Fandel 'daughter Josephine, who had spent two' weeks at Harvey Higley's, returned to her Cylinder home Sunday. The Harry Bliss family, of Canning, S. D., stopped at W. T. Fish's Monday. Mr. Fish and Mr. Bliss are old schoolmates. Forest City Sunday to visit the son Ralph, in CCC camp there. He breaking rock for an arch at tl entrance of a Forest City "stat park. The Louis Wehrspanns were i Van Meter Saturday night an Sunday, guests of relatives. Lester Quinn has returned froi ten days with relatives at Chicag( He visited the World's fair Ella Burke went to Chicago las Thursday night to visit her fathe Edw. Burke, who is sick. A boy was born last wee Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Andrei Lubenthal. The William and Louis -Hanson Britt, were week-enders at Joh Wilson's. Mrs. Thomns Carmody, who wa sick three weeks, is up, though sti weak. The Martin Meyers, Game spent the week-end here. Rodeo - Four Days -1'Algona n a 1)icnic r an spent the evening swimming, skating, etc. The Rev. and Mrs Frerking had charge of the party. Boy's Arm Broken by Fall— Wallace, youngest son of the C 0. Petersons, fell, breaking both bones in his left arm, while playing with his brother last week. Dr Williams set the broken bones. Two Birthdays Are Honored- Emma Gutknecht entertained 12 women last week Wednesday afternoon honoring two members of the birthday club, Mrs. F. W. Kienitz and Henrietta Kliest. Attends Classmate's Funeral— » i fC o? mans atten ded the funeral of Sidney Wood Nothing looks worse than a dirty, grimy hat! Keep your straw and panama fresh looking all summer. All kinds of summer wearing apparel cleaned, pressed and necessary repairs made. Rugs, Draperies, and Curtains receive special attention. Furs • Furs See us about your Purs. We make alterations, repairing and new garments out of the old. We represent one of the best Fur houses in the west. Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537. We call for and deliver. cMcke mi Yes, Swift & Company buys poultry, t, butterfat every business day. And paysc. Swift 85 Company ships Swift's Premium! and Chickens, and Swift's Brookfield Cheese and Eggs in the same refrigei with meats.... The same salesmen . these products to retail dealers.... In ^delivering each product in a differen 'Swift & Company delivers all of them I in the same trucks.... A most efficient < tion system is the result. For years, Company's profits from all sources f only a fraction of a cent per pound, SWIFT & COMPAI la dally touch with man than 35,000 aiumalal ranter* of mtafc, poultry and dairy pnxM. JfjjtajJ. 11 to the 1934 Century of Progress «re cordlslly if»Wit "Swift Bridge of Service," «nd the Swift PUntitthsUwa Our Want Ads ns up the landscape with a - „- - Jn for summer. Brighten'up your home with shining cleanliness and cheerful new colors, USING DEVOE PAINTS Sold in Algona by Botsford Lumber Co. 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