Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1934 · Page 3
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KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THMfflt I-rrl-An exciting fc&ssre radon followed , which brought Don . winning score. .other pitcher's duel, 1 striking out „ anting only three w ik, pitching to 33 Lie Cayou, Algona, g men, allowing five Iks and one hit by fpi'tcWng to 35 Lotts nlayed Whittemore game Sunday. Whlt- p to bat, ran in four first inning. Lolls jckled down lo bust- red one run each in id third innings, five and one more in Ihe added to one in Ihe Jine scores. Whltte- |ivo more runs in the [he final score was L Fenton, now a reg- js Creek, pitched 7% Jfln Luedtke pitched |o( the first, and Gross linlh. Forty-one Whit- Jtepped up to the plate, •allowed five hits and jllttag, four hits and oss, no hits and no struck out nine; J Farrell was hit by J walks were given, IMittag and Gross. Farrell pitched to 39 striking out four in [and Farrell five in I Fritz Meyer was hit jo gave also one walk [e, and allowed nine I allowed four hits. e was 9-C in favor of •which has won two iWhitlemore and lost j team. 10 game next Sun- j all have the day Ihe lakes. On August Ik plays Bode here. In | played against Bode ' in, 2-1. S Girl's Birthday— Sllittag gave a small leek Wednesday In 1 sister, Ruth Thomp- pder, visiting here, icing the latter's lllh mes were played, af- Kii was served by Mrs. pding: Gerlrude and I Dolores and Arlhur [Robert Mlllag. ' i Hostess— [ener gave a parly at ;lier parents, Mr. and teener, last week |nd attending were Bchtendahl, Phyllis Tred and Lorna Faul- phnke, and Kathleen ' Are Observed— |ratzes, the Edward • and Elmer Behnke, 'ere at Fort Dodge . iday evening to help 1 celebrate a birthday, |ja Maahs, which was •«"> Do You Know? Hml approximately $1,000,000 is spent ivoekly in gambling slot ma. clilnos? A.Q. SMITH, AGED LAKOTAN, IS DEAD Lakota, July 31—A. Q. Smith, who was reported ill last week with pneumonia, died at his home Friday night at 10 o'clock. Thursday morning it was thought he had a chance for recovery, but he suffered a relapse that night. His death marks the passing of another of the pioneers of this vicinity. Mr. Smith came to Kossuth county in 1894 and has since resided here. He was born September 10, 1853, in Ohio, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Smith, who came lo Ohio from Pennsylvania. He accompanied his parenls lo. Benton counly when a small boy, and lived on a farm with them. In ctober, 1878, he married Sylvia Abel, and four daughters were born to them: May, Mrs. G . H. Gleiter, White, S. D.; Blanche, Mrs. Andrew Julius, who died at Morris, Minn., three years ago; Pearl, Mrs. Otto Koppen, Lakota; Lola, Mrs. Roy Farrington, Montgomery. Mrs. Smith died in 1901 and is buried at Mt. Auburn. In October, 1906, Mr. Smith married Emma Christonson, and a son, Emory, of Lakola, and a daughter Lorraine, Mrs. Robert Clemans, of Titonka, survive. In December, 1915, they rented their farm and moved to Lakota, where they have since lived on a small acreage. Mr. Smith has been an active member of the local Methodist church for many years. Besides his widow and children he is survived by a brother, Sam Smith, of Winterset, who attended the funeral, and by 12 grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Melhodist church Monday after- , i Fair— jJViltkopfs, Algona, *. of Pairville, left wago to visit rela- a Cenlury of were also to ' in Michigan. Arthur and Ralph Priebe went I day, Dorothy Jensen, Lucille jGen- lo Minneapolis last week Tuesday' " ~--> and purchased a refrigerated meat counler for Priebe Bros, filling station. Chester Alme, county employer, injured a shoulder last week Wednesday when he fell from a bridge while at work. ObsMred— rman : guests of _._.. oof , e ' In the even- fathered at iheir P celebrate Mr. •y Monday. Ms Creek. Otto Ruth, Fred md Clarence '°d, dropped • al Edward --- Relsner's Sat- The Ruths and Mr H S? aild a "lt Of d Mrs. Reisner. rm^'l p ofat z , ,-•- ^wKoan, Mrs' •Mrs. Albert Kres *"£, .nd _£_£ 'ircb. services at 1 church, Whit- AdamLiebare at harvest. The Behnke Tues- fSBUS* : Mrs. their Ihe Zu- Mrs. 'Saturl ay at Wil- of " l Mrs. week noon and burial was made in the Maple Hill cemetery. Although past 80 years old Mr. Smith was as active as most men of GO. Miss Schweitert, a nurse from Burl, helped care for Mr Smith. Herring to Give Morning Speech at Clarion Fest STROKE FATAL FOR WOMAN AT SWEA CITY Clarion, Aug. 1—The Clarion tion next week Thursday. Cover- Legion post announces a celebra- nor Herring will speak at 10:16 a. m., and a parade of artistic floats with comedy stunts, drum and bugle corps, and three bands will follow. In the afternoon two Western League teams, the Dos Moines Demons and the Omaha Packers, will give ball fans an opportunity to see league teams in action. Only regular first-string players for both teams will be on the line-ups, according to contract withh Lee Keyser, owner of the DCS Moines club. The game is called for 1:30 sharp. Other attractions free to the public will include a barn dance frolic put on by the headliners in a popular radio sketch to be heard Saturday night over Who-Woc. Tumbling and acrobatic acts by a famous troupe and a 100-foot pole acrobatic act will be other program events. Pastor Takes Vacation. The Rev. J. Robt. Hoerner and his family left Tuesday for Ackley, where they are visiting Mrs. Hoerner's mother. They will also visit relatives at Dubunue, and will be gone two weeks. There will be no Congregational services during j their absence. LONE ROCK ITEMS Otto Russey, Chicago, visited at H. E. Micka's a week ago Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Manus, Shannon, 111., visited at Fred Genrich's Sunday while on their way to the Black Hills. Mr. Manus was formerly superintendent and coach here. June Rath, Algona, and Charline Rath, Good Hope, are visiting this week with Mrs. John Rath. The Rev. S. M. Gladslone allend- ed a Presbylery meeling at Forl Dodge last week Tuesday. Father Robert Quinn, Rockwell City, Charles Quinn, Mrs. Bridgett Quinn and granddaughter Madeline Latlmer, Bancroft, were Tuesday evening visitors at Jack Quinn's. The G. C. Petlits, Mrs. Ben Seegebarth, daughter Phyllis, Mrs. Howard McChesney, and children, of California, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday In honor of Alton Pettit's birthday at the Okobojis. Mrs. Glenn Leeper and children returned Sunday Fairmont. Mrs. Howard from visits at --.». iiu ,,iv.^ McChesney and Mrs. Ben Seegebarth accompanied Mrs. Arthur Davis to G. C. Pettit's last week Tuesday after a- week with Mrs. Arthur Davis, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Fred Genrlch entertained the Larkln club .last week Wednesday* Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger were Sunday visitors at M. E. Blanchard's, Irvington. The R, L. Padgetts, Mrs. Wm. Krause, and Mrs. Orvtlle Rosan- dahl and son Paul drove to Pioneer Saturday visiting at Martin Rosendahl's. Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit returned last week Wednesday after a two * month's wedding trip through northern Minnesota and Canada. Irene and Marguerite Dalzlel and Erma Dee Roupe, Algona, visited Friday evening at Charles Morris's. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oak, Columbus Junction, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Oak, Iowa City, arrived at Chris Shaser's Saturday for an extended visit. Melvln Hawks, Roy Blerstedt, rich, Maxine and Mary Anne Flaig sang a song accompanied by Doris Mae Blanchard at the piano, and Mary Jane Hofius played a piano solo. The R. L. Padgetls, Mrs. William Krause, and Mrs. Orville Rosan- dahl and son Paul visiled at Superior Sunday. The Otis Sanders visited at Bill Sanders', Swea City, Sunday, and also attended a homecoming at the Baptist church. The A. W. Lampes, Ventura, were Sunday visitors at John Long's, Bancroft. A. A. Krueger and Beulah Gladstone attended a play. Prisoner at the Bar in the Methodist church at Wesley Sunday evening. The James Ackermans and Ralph Priebes spent Sunday at the Oko- bojis. Tommy Long left last week Wednesday for M. E. Blanchard's, Irvinglon, where he will remain till after harvesting. The John Sprauks will move to Algona September 1, where he has been given a mail route. Sunday visitors at Eniil Kraft's were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kuch- has, Milwaukee, Mrs. August Reisner, Cascade, Wis., and Mrs. Herman Reisner, Lotts Creek. The Mothers club will meet August 15 at Mrs. J. M. Blanchard's, Mrs. W. G. Flaig assisting. Catherine Mae, Ruth Ellen, and Charles Householder attended a birthday party last week Thursday in honor of Charlotle Riedel, at Ihe R. C. Riedel's, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice visited at Hamplon last week Thursday, returning Friday. The Legion Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. N. L. Cotlon August 8. Jim Kerr, Minneapolis, Minn., was here on business last week Wednesday. Glenn Householder and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard drove to Cedar Rapids Saturday morning, returning Sunday evening accompanied by Florence Householder, who v "° been visiting relatives there past three weeks. .. The Fred Genriches drove to Llv- ermore for their son Bernard at F. L. Hauks, where he has been the past week. They also brought Mainerd home from Humboldt. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone, daughter Margaret, and son Robert, left last week Wednesday for Salem, S. D., to attend the funeral of Mrs. Gladstone's mother, Mrs. Albert Gapp. They returned Friday. Viola and John Sprank visited last week at Glenn Burt's, Arm- Namtweedts, Terril and Ted Krueger are doing plumbing wqrk at Depew. Mr. and Mrs. Paetz, Sexton, were Sunday visitors at P. M- Christen- _ "& Andrew Buchans were Sat- *f i^g, *g«g* i? jffii urdfty visitors at Glenn LeeperU " 1 -' ie ,. vlsMer a Ackerman remained Mrs. Eugene Hottus entertained f lal f s - J^f ^ait the Mite eoetety last week Tburu- for an extended visit. ,r x, \", Aly ' Ju 'y 31—Mrs. L. A. McNeill died at her home In Swea Uty Saturday night at 11 o'clock. She suffered a stroke three weeks ago, and had the second stroke ten (lays before her death. Mrs. McNeal was 78 years old. August 15, 1888, she was married to L. 0. McNeill, and one child survives, Mrs. Nada Pearson. There are five grandchildren. Mrs. McNeal united with the Melhodist church while very young. She was an active member of the W. C. T. U. and the Methodist Aid. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock with Ihe Rev. G. R. McDowell in charge, and burial was made in Harrison township cemetery. Former Swa Citynn Married- Clara McAdams and Thorwald Peterson, Ringsted, were married a week ago Friday at Sioux City. Mrs. Peterson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. McAdams, of Swea City. She is a graduate of Swea City high school. After graduation she became a linotypist in the Herald office, where she was employed till she took up her work with the Lstherville Enterprise, where she has been employed in a general store at Ringsted. They will make their home in Ringsted. Girl's Arm is Cracked- Beth Lord, 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lord, fell from the bleachers at Hand's park Sunday afternoon while watching a kittenball tournament and cracked a bone in her left arm. She was brought home and an x-ray taken. It was dressed and taken care of by Doctor Minkel. Home from Western Trip- Mr, and Mrs. Jack Gillis have returned from a trip through the west. They had planned to be eone two weeks, but because of the heat they returned a little sooner than they had planned. Slops were made in Nebraska, Kansas, and at Denver. Couple Wed at Sioux Falls— Lela Dolly, daughter of Mrs. Harma Dolly, and Sam Heather- ihaw were married at Sioux Falls a week ago Tuesday. They are at liome in rooms al Ihe Jens Rodland •esidence. Teacher Ifas Resigned- Lillian Nelson, of Ruthven, second grade teacher here, called on friends this week, and handed in her resignation. She has accepted an engagement to teach at Dows. Mason City Uncle Dies- Mrs. Kenneth Thomson was called to Mason City last week by the death of an uncle. She remained for a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. Gus Augustadt, Pastor Helps With Program— The Rev. E. C. Stauffer, Blooming Prairie, Minn., filled the pulpit at the Baptisl church Sunday, and will help during Ihe week with the anniversary program. Hank Building is Redecorated— The Farmers bank building, recently purchased by the Wiemers, of Ledyard, is being cleaned and redecorated by Oscar Anderson. Helps Observe 75th Birthday— The Peter Stinstrum family, of Minneapolis, came home last week Tuesday to help his molher cele- brale her 75th birthday. Other Swea City. Wendell Eckholm is spending a A. F. ("Doc") Dailey was spending a week at Clear Lake with his Boy Scouts. The troop then included 35 boys but only ten went to camp as follows: Horace Clapsaddle, Arthur Sorensen, Melzar and Chester Falkenhainer, Raymond and Roland Paine, William Quinlan, Alan Dailey, Donald Nugent, and Arthur Gronwall. The Advance carried a column story about the camp, * * * * A state highway map showed that Kossuth then had 1,820 miles of road, and this was more than in any other county in the state. * * • • Republican state convention delegates had just returned. L. J. Dickinson had been elected tenth district cornmitteeman. * * * » H. J. Thompson, Whittemore supervisor, had made a visit to California and planned to join Dr. C. M. C. Walters, J. J. Warrick, and other former Bancroft residents in the organization of a company to bottle mineral. His term as super- Thursday Twenty Years Ago few weeks wilh his parenls, Ihe S. P. Eckholms, before reluming to Burlinglon lo lake up his school dulies Ihis fall. He is junior high principal in West Burlinglon school. Mrs. T. F. Johnson was laken sick len days ago wilh a chill and cramps caused by a bloodclot in her left leg, and she is in a serious condition. She is under Dr. R. M. Minkel's care. Mrs. Fred Seylar returned Saturday from Sumner, Wash., where she spenl Ihree weeks caring for a sister, who has been ill, but who is visor was to be out at the end of Ihe year. * * • * Captain W. H. Ingham was believed near dealh at Ihe home of his son, Dr. George Ingham, Olympia, Wash. All members of the family had been called to his bedside. A carbuncle on the neck had weakened him. * * * * W. D. Nugent had been promoled as agent for the Royal Union Life Insurance company. He at first planned lo move to Le Mars, hut later decided to remain in Algona. * * * * A $1,000 catlle barn was to be built at Ihe fair grounds. It was to be the only improvement in buildings that year. * * * * The program of the Algona chau- lauciua was published, and Ihe dales were August 9rl6. * * * * The Rev. F. C. Taylor was visiting at his old home in Canada and had writlen about agricultural conditions there. now much improved. Naomi Hewett spent Ihe weekend wilh her parenls, reluming Sunday lo Cedar Falls, where she is allending summer school. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Leland re- lurned lasl week from two weeks with their son and family al the Okobojis. Darlene Kesler returned Sunday from two weeks al Iowa Falls attending the Bapltsl assembly. The Rev. Wm. Wesenauer, Curlew, is assisting wilh meelings al Ihe Baplisl church Ihis week. The Buell Pearsons weft at Al- den and Albert Lea last' week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Christensen spent Sunday in Jewell Junction. Second Sheets at the Advance New Jail at Fenton. Fenton, Aug. 1—The Modeftt Builders have completed a new here. It is a good building "star boarders," having two double. cells and a large room for over* night visitors. "It would be a hardship for me to be without a telephone. Each evening mi| ton calls up to chat with me. That is the briqhtest spot in mi) daij T >"«..Then Jim telephoned the doctor. If it hadn't been for tne telephone, I don't know what would have happened to Doris." Wouldn't it be terrible without a telephone Mu, friends ere alwaqs Wephoninq ma to plan thinqs to do." • Few things 'thai cost so little pro* vide so much pleasure, convenience 'and protection as the telephone* NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY AT MEALTIME WEEK-END SPECIALS has the strong. 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