Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA STURDY GLASSES School children need sturdy glasses. Now is the time to look after their optical needs ' Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted A. W. Amunson Optometrist. 1st door South Call Theater The big fun fest Grand Auction —at the— ! ANNEX Saturday evening, Aug. 18th Chrischilles & Herbst Promptly at 7 o'clock Saturday evening, Aug. IS, we will •auction off every piece of merchandise in the Annex. .An expert auctoneer will be in charge and goods will be Bold regardless of cost. Nothing must go back to the main : store. Dresses, hosiery, underwear, remnants, curtains •=—everything must go. Be there. Cucumbers Any size. NEW POTATOES Pavement stand Five miles west Algona C. F. LATJDEN We want to find the oldest rtove (range or heater) in ACTUAL use in this county. To find it we will pay YEAR of it* age. If fa*< 25 yean old we will allow $2*00 ($1.00 for each year) on die purchase price of a new Glow Maid or Glow Boy. If tff 35 yean old, f35JOQj 50 yean old. £50.00 «tt, proviSuhg h?t fug oldest mtimittrd. Check the age of year range or heater right now. If you need a new one, enter your old one in thb old ttove contest at oar second tr""i*al GLOBE Stove CIRCUS Itinay mean a BIG saving on your new Glow Maid or new Glow Boy. And whether you enter this contest or not, by all timan» come and join the fun. See the Glow Maid bake without a chimney — eat a Glow Maid Candy Stick Cooky, Saturday September 8th NELSON Hardware ALGONA, IOWA ^Position Wanted L WANT ADS m William Henderson, Wesley Ex-Soldier, Is Dead PASSES AFTER OPERATION FOR APPENDICITIS Wesley, Aug. 15—The death of William McKinley Henderson, popularly known here as "Bill," occurred at 5:45 Saturday evening at Kossuth hospital, Algona, following an operation for appendicitis last Thursday afternoon. Unexpected complications made his case hopeless. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church here at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, the Rev. T. C. McNulty in charge. Burial services 411 Evergreen cemetery were conducted by the American Legion and the Masonic lodge. Mr. Henderson was born at Fairview, S. Dak., March 18, 1897. He spent his boyhood at Primghar, whore he attended school, and became a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. As a young man he moved to Horton, Kansas. At Horton in 1916 Mr. Henderson enlisted for service on the Mexican border, and served there until 39.17. August 18, 1917, he was called for service in the world war, and was a member of the 137th infantry, 35th division. He sailed for France February 22, 1918, and was one 14 months. Mr. Henderson saw active service in the battles of St. Mihiel and Ar- ;onne Forest, and on the field he was not only wounded, but gassed and shell-shocked. He was married to Edith Mertz at Kansas City. The family moved here in 1928, and at the beginning of his last sickness Mr. Henderson was operator and owner of the local pool hall. He was a member of the American Legion, and of the Masonic lodge, being a 33nd degree Mason, and belonging to the consistory at Fort Scott, Kans. Besides his widow, he is survived two sons, James, 13, and Billy, . Two other children died in nfancy. He leaves his mother, Mrs. Chas. Pavik, Emmetsburg, 'ather, H. L. Henderson, El Dorado, Kans., and a brother, Lester, Elsing, Kans., all of whom were here for the funeral. Potrays "Show Me" Girl Slgnor Capelli Sings Here— A large appreciative audience attended the program given by Signor Mario Capelli, tenor, at Kleinpeter hall last week Monday evening. A Miss Smith from Mason City temporarily served as accompanist. He gave a varied program of songs, interspersed with talks and explanations. In mentioning the many states, countries, and cities he has visited, he remarked, "I've been to Reno three times— but only to sing!" A liberal offering was collected. McXnltys to Take Vacation— The Rev. and Mrs. McNulty will have a vacation of two Sundays, beginning next week. Their vacation plans are not definitely made, but will be carried out as impulse prompts and opportunity permits. No Bible Study class will be held this week. The Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Baddeley, Lu Verne, and three of their children called at the local Methodist parsonage Sunday. William Eden to Rochester— Wm. Eden, who is still seriously sick, was taken to Rochester in an ambulance Friday. He was to go through the clinic, but no report will be received until this week Tuesday. He was accompanied by his daughter Kate, his son Fritz, and Mrs. Guy M. Butts. Mrs. Butts returned Friday evening, and Fritz Sunday morning; Kate remaining with her father. Ten Join Methodist Church— Ten young people, five girls and five boys, were received into full membership of the Methodist church Sunday morning. This class has faithfully taken preparatory training for many weeks. Three members of the class were unable to be present. Study Club Meets Today— The Study club will meet with Mrs. Amesbury this week Thurs day, and will make final plans fo: the year's program. Mrs. John Mullins has accepted membership in the club. Anna Hildman to Wed— Banns were called at St. Jos eph's church Sunday for Miss Anna Hildman and J, B, Meuhe. Other "Wesley News. Dominick Bruxer Sr., his wife and Dominick Bruxer Jr., with his wife have been visiting old friends here since Saturday, August 4 They left from Nathan Studer's a midnight Sunday. The Bruxers who were formerly well-known here, now live in Chicago. Herbert Johnson, who spent sev eral months with his brother Ed win at St. James, Minn., is. back here and at present is working foi his uncle, Olaf Funnemark. Her bert has several married sisters here; his parents live at Alamo Tex. Laura Hansen, telephone opera tor, and a friend, who have been visiting Laura's mother and other relatives, left Monday. The girls are being transferred from Mason City to Davenport. Laura's sister Marie Hansen, drove them pan way. Edna Ritschmeier, Iowa Falls who had spent two weeks visiting and assisting her aunt, Emma Studer, left for home last week Wednesday. Julius and Emma Studer took her to Mason City, where she took a bus. Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Braley went to Iowa City Sunday to see their son, Dr. Elson Braley, who was operated upon for appendicitis last Thursday. Nina Johnson, Washington, la., who is attending school at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end here vith her sister, Mrs. Theron Han;en. Mrs. Bertha Looft and Johnette ttended a gathering of the Looft auiily at Ambrose A. Call state ark, Algona, on Sunday. Jack Bird, Clarion, is spending a eek with his cousins, Nola aad etty Grattidge. i J EAN HARLOW takes on a new type of role in her picture. Girl From Missouri, which closas at the Call theater tonight, picture shows her in one of the semes from the picture. The This Twenty Years Ago Edith Bowyer Whiffen was traveling in Europe and wrote home about her experiences. Her letter was from Paris. She had been previously at London. On board ship, crossing the Atlantic, she had met several old friends. She was n Europe when the world war be;an. * * * * A. H. Stock was a leading life nsurance salesman for the Equitable company, of New York. He was second in Iowa and 23rd in the United States. This entitled him to a free trip to Washington, D, C. » « » « Charles S. Armstrong, formerly Irvington, had bought a moving picture show at Santa Monica, The rising value of city real estate was illustrated when an Al- ;ona lot on south Jones street was sold for $1,200 to J. E. McWhorter, who then farmed east of Algona. The year before it had sold for J800. The lot was next south of ;he Chubb home. Mr. McWhorter had paid $150 an acre for a farm not long before, but it was then considered worth $250 an acre. * * * * Lee Glasier had made a vacation trip by rail to New York and by water to Boston. In the New York harbor the ship caught fire, and fire tugs put it out. There were nearly 900 people on board. He also visited Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo, Montreal, Toronto, and Niagara Falls. * * » • The bodies of both H. F. Watson and Capt. Wm. H. Ingham were being brought to Algona for burial. Mr. Ingham died at Olympia, Wash., and Mr. Watson in Chicago. Mr. Watson was a pioneer storekeeper here. « * * * Mrs. B. F. Reed and a granddaughter were to go to Lake Tippecanoe, Ind., for a vacation at a Lee Reed cottage there. * * * • The Rev. F. C. Taylor had written from Chicago to announce that he would be back in time for services the next Sunday. He and C. R. Schoby attended an Epworth League convention at Buffalo, N. Y., and Mr. Taylor had also visited his parents in Canada. * » # • Claude Nugent had suffered the loss of three fingers while he was sawing a board at the C. M. Dailey shop. He was then a junior in high school. * » * * Another, the third, block of concrete paving had been completed by owners of abutting property. The three blocks were respectively between Hall and Thorington on Nebraska, the block in front of the present General hospital, then owned by Lewis H. Smith, and the block in front of the Wm. K. Ferguson home. * * * * H. F. Watson had been killed in Chicago, the result of an automobile accident. He was one of the earliest of the Algona pioneers, having come to Algona in 1856, and he ran a store here till he was elected county treasurer and recorder. . He was postmaster under President Buchanan and also served two terms under Lincoln and Johnson. * * * * Harry Tremain was wanted as a speeder at both Burt and Algona. Burt wanted him for a fine of $20.50, and Marshal Hackman had seen him speeding when leaving Algona. He was on his way from the Twin Cities to Humboldt. He had a flat tire near Sexton, and the authorities trailed him as far as Elmore. Mr. Tremain, then operating a leading Minneapolis hotel, was the first landlord of the Durdall or present Algona hotel. * * * * Doctors Tribon and Ris£ had staked out foundations for Clear Lake cottages. The W. C. Dewel cottage had already been built, and these were the first cottages at Algona Beach. * • • • The first Mrs. A. E. Clayton was suffering with rheumatism and was to be taken to Colfax for treatment. GIDDINGS CLAN AT BURT HOLDS GET-TOGETHER A family gathering was held at the G. C. Giddings home Sunday, 33 present: the Bryon Wards, Scenic, S. D.; Alfred and Francis Ward, Wesington Springs, S. D.; E. B. Ward, Mineapolis, nnd a son; Mrs. M. A. Ward, Algona; the H. C. Wards and E. H. Pannkuks, of Burt; and Hannabelle and Nina Giddings. The Messrs. Ward are brothers of Mrs. Giddings. lUcliinniins Honr the President— The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann and their daughter Margaret returned Friday from Whoaton, Minn., where they had spent two weeks. Last week Tuesday they saw President Rosevelt, his wife, and son, at Breckenridge, Minn., where the presidential train stopped a few minutes and the president gave a short talk. Stows Ilaro Fnintly Picnic- Mr, and Mrs. F. 0. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick, Algona, went to Charles City Sunday, and there met the 0. G. Stows, Decorah. Lester Stow, and two friends, Mildred Baler and Betty Foster, Cedar Rapids, for a picnic dinner. O. G. and Lester Stow are F. O. Stow sons. Pastors Home from Vacations— The Rev. S. H. Aten and his family got home last Thursday from two weeks with relatives at Beaver Falls and Ambridge, Pa. The Rev. L. Richmann and his family got back Friday from two weeks with Mrs. Richmann's mother and other relatives at Wheaton, Minn. Toivn Employe Ilns Accident— Charles Schrader Jr. suffered the loss of the fleshy ends of three fingers on his right hand last week Tuesday, when they were drawn into gears at the pump station while he was wiping grease from the machinery with waste. The bones were uninjured. Mrs. Brace Sick nt Fenton— Mrs. G. E. Brace went to Fenton ane day last week to visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. S. E. Straley. She was taken sick there and has since been confined to bed there with rheumatism. PORTLAND PARAGRAPHS The D. M. Stewarts were dinner guests Sunday at J. P. Trunkhill's. Mrs. Melvin Peterson, of Harcourt, spent two days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mann, and Mrs. Mann went home with her, the Petersons bringing her back Sunday. The other Mann daughter, Mrs. W. Gagner, who was also here, returned to her home at Decorah last Thursday. Beulah and Lauretta Larsen spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at Whittemore with Velma McBride. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart were dinner guests Sunday at J. Prlmi- sing's, West Bend. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell called at C. E. Sigsbee's last Thursday. Thomas Trenary and his family left recently for the Black Hills, and after a Jew days there were to go to Arneg'ard, N. D., to visit Mrs. Trenary's sister, Mrs. D. W. Leek. Mrs. A. Godfredson helped Mrs. McFarland and Letha Mann Sun- day with a demonstration the girls will give at a county 4-H club Achievement day at Bancroft this week Friday. D. M. Stewart and W. Ringsdorf attended a celebration at Buffalo Center last Thursday. Byron Ward, Scenic, S. D., and his son Floyd came last Thursday to visit relatives and take home Mrs. Ward and the daughters, who had spent a month here with relatives. A meeting of the Portland Progress club which was to have been this week Thursday has been postponed. | Iva Trunkhill was a Swea City visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mann, and Roy Manns spent last week Wednesday at E. O. Mann's. The Mennet Trunkhills and Tony Jandls attended a family picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Loreen Jandl went home with the Ed. Callisons, of Lake City, for a week's visit. SEXTON LOCALS Threshing has been stopped because of the rains. There are only a few jobs left. The oats are turning out fairly well. Mrs. Hugh Janet and her brother, Henry Molliette, have returned from Jefferson, to which point they were called by news of the death of their mother at the Denny Molliette home, near that town. Mrs. Mollie- tte had suffered three strokes and had been bedfast for some time. The Denny Molliettes formerly lived here. The Ferris Johnsons, Gilmore City, were Sunday dinner guests of the W. C. Taylors. Mrs. G. B. Wise, her sons Herman and Strother, and Mrs. Archie Berger left Friday for Knowl:own, Wis., for a few weelcs with the Jos. Wise family. Joe former- y lived near Burt. Mr. and Mrs Loyd Steven, Swea My, were guests of Mrs. Steven's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, Friday evening. Mrs. Mary Kutschara had a vis- t from an Illinois nephew last "'hursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen Sr. are spending several weeks at Los Angeles with Mrs. Olsen's brother and other relatives. They traveled via the Milwaukee railroad. Mrs. Fred Plumb spent Monday at Algona with her mother, Mrs. David Mitchell. There will be no preaching services here next Sunday or the following. The Rev. and Mrs. Me Nulty are taking a two weeks vacation trip. Bernard Miller is at George Olsen's farm, helping with chores, while Mr. and Mrs. Olsen are away. Charles McMahon went to southern Iowa Friday to buy cattle returning Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crouch, Algona, spent Sunday evening with Mr. Crouch's niece, Mrs. John Huff Sexton played Plum Creek Sunday, and won 11-8. 4 _ Barber Has Operation. Barber William Wies underwent a hernia operation at the Kossuth hospital one day last week, and is recovering. During bis sickness William Tillotson, of Nevada, is running the barber shop. Muhleinan to Come Monday— The Rev. W. G. Muhleman, district superintendent, will be here next Monday night to conduct the final quarterly conference of the local Methodist church. Grays Attend Goodell Reunion— The George Grays attended a Goodell family re-union at Emmetsburg Sunday Edgar Inlay, Sioux City, came here with them for a visit. Three Off for Fishing— F. L. Pratt, J. G. McDonald, and A. N. Jensen, the latter of Lake Park, left Sunday for Brevik, Minn., for a week or two of fishing. Ten-Ten Party is Given— Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken and Mrs. Paul Moore entertained at a 10-10 party at the Van Vranken home Friday. Other Bnrt News. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman and their son Laurence left Friday for Blythedale, Mo., to visit a sister of Mrs. Chiprnan, and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf went with them as far as New Liberty, where she stopped to visit her sister, Mrs. Jennie Davison. Arthur Mitchell accompanied the party as far as Webster City to visit friends. Mrs. F. A. Maurer and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kelley and two children, all of Wilton Junction, called at Editor W. A. MacArthur's Monday on their way home from the Okobojis. Mrs. Kelley and Mrs. MacArthur are former schoolmates of Mr. MacArthur. Mrs. L. E. Town, Balaton, Minn., T.U. her slster - Mrs - Wil1 Pish, Whittemore, spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at F L Pratt's, and Zelpha Rae Pratt went home with her aunt, Mrs. Town, for a two weeks visit. Mrs. Will Larsen, Brltt, and her daughter Geraldlne spent several days last week with the former's sister, Mrs. Wilfred Chafee. Jimmy Holding accompanied them home Saturday for a week's visit. Frank Davlson, Malvern, brought his sister Irma home Saturday, and remained over the week-end. Irma had been visiting at his home; and had also made a trip to Yellowstone Park. Lura Sewick returned Friday from Iowa City, where she visited friends. She went with the Henry Smiths, who took their little girl to the university hospital for treatment. Oilman Schwietert, with the veterans' CCC at Camp Dolliver, near Fort Dodge, came home Friday for the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. Stipt.' Donald Weir returned Friday from Sussex, Wis., where the Weirs had been visiting relatives. Mrs. Weir and the children remained for a longer visit. Mrs. N. M. Godfredson entertained the Birthday Circle last Thursday. The Fortnightly club met at Mrs. E. C. Schwietert's last week Wednesday. Mrs. J. G. McDonald, son Hugh, and daughters Dorothy and Mary Jean left Monday for Moorehead, Minn., to visit relatives. Helen Schrader went to Austin, Minn., Friday to visit relatives. Lura Sewick has gone to Scranton to visit friends. Mrs. M. M. Chipman returned Monday from a week with her parents at Marshalltown and with a friend at Clarion. H. L. Reynolds, St. Paul, spent last Thursday night at E. H. Staley's. He was on his way home from Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Brown, Garner visited at E. 0. Chipma'i's Sunday. Mrs. Brown is Elmer's sister. Helen Thompson, who had been attending summer school at Coe college, returned Saturday. The Earl Meyers, Waukon, were last Thursday evening supper guests at W. H. Klamp's. Einer Morness went to St. James, Minn., last Thursday to visit his uncle, Henry Stroemen. Mrs. Anna Stow spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Phelps, near Titonka. Mrs. J. T. Heaney left Saturday for Prescott, Wis., where her mother and sister live. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff and Mrs. C. L. Whalen entertained at a ten-ten party Tuesday. Al Staehle went to Mitchell, S. D., his former home Sunday on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snydcr, Chi cago, visited Friday at Clara Shaw's. Mrs. C. E. Hammer entertained at two tables of bridge Friday. The Frank Manns, Spirit Lake, visited Burt relatives Monday. Hazel Chapman, Bagley, is visiting Mrs. Louisa Thompson. Wesley Mrs. John Hutchison drove Friday to New Providence, to visit . a week with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Lawler. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft, Swea City, called on friends here Sunday. Ivyl Marie Kunz came home from St. Paul for her vacation August 4. iNext day she left with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz, for California, where they are visiting I Mrs. Kunz's brother, Will Mc- ICutchin, who lived here in boy- jhood. The Kunzes expect to he gone three weeks, and during that time Mrs. Ann Kunz is staying I with and caring for Mrs. McCutchin. I Kenneth Robinson arrived July 28 from the CCC camp at Decorah. A Miss MacLinde, of Caledonia, Minn., is visiting at Charles L. Robinson's and keeping house. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance A\\New Rendezvous 'p IE NEWLY REDECORATED dining room of the Hotel Algona is open each evening except Sunday from 8 p. m . till midnight. Here is something decidedly different, a cool, pleasant place where beer and lunches can be enjoyed at icis Free Parking No Cover Charge Free Music Dancing Privacy Comfort Draught or Bottle Service No Charge for Dancing, Radio Five Nights Orchestra On Saturdays JJERE IS MUSIC by radio and orchestra, with ample dancing room on a newly finished hard wood floor. There is no cover IJERE YOU'LL FIND privacy, PffinLn* USt T US lightB ' and a U»»et efficient service. If you haven't spent an evening at this popular SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER Full Courses 50c PLENTY OF PARKING space for your care in the free parking quarters south of the hotel. HOTEL ALGONA Open 8 p. B . tiaiSp. m. THURSDAY .Si* ANDERSON'S -Way Food St 0re August Sale-Famous Calumet Baking Powder, 1 ]),. cn ,, Post Toastlcs, 2 pkffs. 25. 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