Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOQNA BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOSSUTH COUNT! ADVANCB S7eekly Newspaper Founded In 1801 Entered aa Second-Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Postofflo* fit Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LA1VYEBS SV. B. Quarton H. W. MU1« QUABTOJf * MILLEB Law Offices. Office 427, residence 114. Algona, Iowa. J. I,. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. .Office phone 460-W. Algona, low*. BUXLITAN, McJTAHON & LINNAH y, W. Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S,, JOS; B. E. McM., 403. Algona, Iowa. HARRINGTON & LOWE fL. 3. Harrington J. D. Low* Attorneys-at-Law phone 287 R. J. H. 449 Office over Postofflce. *. J. TAX JfESS, G. TV. STILLMAH Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algena, low* IB. D. Shumway E. D. KellJ SHUMWAY A KELLY Attorneys-at-Law effice In Quinby Block Phone 68 Algona, low* I/. A. WINKEL Atitorney-at-Laty OffJce Jn Quinby Building 1 Phone 180 . ___.^. HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank. 206. Algona, Iowa. P. A. DANSON Attorney-At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office. 460-J.; Res. 815 CARROL A. WANDER Attorney-at-Laty Office over Postofflce. Phone 65 Algona, la, A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 Algon* PARSONS & COYLE Attorneys at Law E. H. Parsons Judge D. F. Coyle Phone 820 : Algona, Iowa Office over the Basket Grocery. DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEPICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Stor« Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. Algona low* P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, tot Algoni, Iowa WALTEB FBASEB, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 MELYIN G. BOUBNE Physician and Surgeon Office In Postofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 William Bells, of West Bend, Married 25 Years Ago FRIENDS HELP TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Whittemore, August 14—A surprise party honored Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bell, of West Bend, on their 25th wedding anniversary one day last week. Those present were the Will and Herman Meyer, Otto Bell, Win. Roeber, Henry Lauck, and Werner Gade families, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, WTiittemore. The Robert Bells and Hugo Gades, of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lieb, Lotts Creek, the Herman Gades and Emil Bierstedts, of Fenton; Edwin and Ernest Gado families, and the Fred Blacks Sr., of West Bend; the Ben Blacks and j Fred Blacks Jr., and the Henry Wehrspans of Ottosen;and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughter and Ellsworth Heidenwith of Fairville. Cards were played, and lunch was served from baskets later in the evening. Many beautiful gifts were received. "Mission Fest Draws Crowd- More than 500 attended the annual Lutheran Mission festival at Do You Know? Hint 2,000 years before optical correction tho Chinese wore glasses ns n sign of education] he Louis Greinert grove Sunday. The morning service was in charge of the Rev. H. R. Wrede, Garner. The afternoon services were in charge of the Rev. Theo. Hinck, f Marshalltown. Church -women OHE CHINESE ARE A CLEVER RACE OUR HISTORY TELLS US $0; THEY SPORTED CLASSY SPECTACLES TWO THOUSAND YEARS ACfO, OLD SETTLER IS A VISITOR ATIRVINGTON icrvod a luncheon at noon. lioir sang two songs, Praise The the lord, and, Arise, Shine, for the .ight is Come. lecovery from Operation — Word was received Thursday af- ernoon that Mrs. Martin Meyer vas taken to the Mercy hospital at lason City for an appendicitis op- ration. She is recovering. Mr. and Irs. Fred Struecker, parents of Irs. Meyer, and their grandson, Jdward Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Vm. Meyer, parents of Mr. Meyer, rove to Mason City Monday to isit Mrs. Meyers. •pond Six Weeks in West — Henry Frambach, accompanied y Martin Duffy and Andrew ijustrom, will leave this Wednes- ay on a six weeks trip through 'ellowstone Park, Salt Lake City, rtah, San Francisco, and Los An- cles, Calif. They plan to return by he southern route. Mr. Duffy in- ends to visit his sisters Theresa, t San Francisco, and Zita, at Los Vngelus. LEDYARD ITEMS lirls to See World's Fair— Mrs. Emil Gentz and daughter eturned to Kankakee, 111., after an xtended visit here. They were ac- ompanied by Bernice Balgeman, aughter of the F. J. Balgemans ,nd Wilhelmina Harms, of West Bend. The girls will also visit the Vorld's fair. They will be gone 10 iays. .nthernn Aid in 3rceting— The Lutheran Aid held its month- v meeting in the school basement 'hursday afternoon. Those serv- ng next month are Mesdames J. I. Helmke, Harry Helmke, Fred Teinrich, Arthur Heidenwith, Wm. Hanover, and Margaret Heller. )o/en Are Reported Rick— Those sick are Elsie Helmke, laynard Roeber, Helen Hahn, Hael Maahs, Norman Discher, Mary ane Uhlenhake, Marlyn and Nev- Woodward, Billie Ryan, Mrs. Vm. Koehnecke, C. 0. Fish, and Irs. R. H. Finnell. W. D. ANDREWS, I). 0. Oiteopatlilc Physician and Sn Located In General Hospital. ^Phones: Office 187, Res. 688. DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novooaina used for JK Iraction. Located over Christensen Store. phones: Business 166, residence 470. Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS' L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona; Phones: Office, 475-W.: rea. 475-R INSURANCE EOSSUTH COUNTY SIUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $15,000,000 worth of Insurance In force. A home company. Safe becure. D. D. Paxson. Secretary. MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa ADVANCE WANT ADS 6EL L lelp Celebrate Birthday- Relatives gathered at Herman /eight's Sunday evening to help im celebrate his birthday. Ice cream and cake were served late in the evening. Girl for Connie Doyles— Mr. and Mrs. Connie Doyle are parents of a girl horn Tuesday, named Maureen Catherine. Curlew is Defeated 9-1— The Whittemore nine defeated Curlew on the local diamond Sunday 9-1. Other "Whittemore. Robert Braatz and Alvina and Esther drove to Minnesota Lak Minn., Sunday to visit relative The girls stayed for a week. Hai old, who has been in Minnesot for a month, returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaye and two daughters, of Algona, vis ited Saturday with Mrs. Hai greaves' parents, Mr. and Mr Thomas Carmody. The two girl stayed for a few days. Mrs. Peter Haag, John Haag, an Viola Hanson, and Eleanor an Darlene Glasgow, Fergus Fall Minn., drove to Madelia, Minn., t visit relatives. The latter tw stayed at Madelia. Wm. Schineling, of Emmetsburg visited at Ernest Saager's Monda evening. He was accompanied horn by his wife who had been takin care of Mr. Saager, who has bee sick a long time. The Nick Meurers, of Plover, vi sited Nick's mother, Mrs. Josep Meurer, and his brother Lucia Sunday. The Henry Lavrenz fam ily, of Algona, also visited at th Meurer home. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carmody of Graettinger, and their nephew ECenneth Hargreaves, of Algona visited at Thomas Carmody's Sun day evening. Kenneth remainei or a few days. Sunday visitors at Wm. Rusch's Jr. were Art Busch and Meyer families, of Lotts Martin Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch Sr., the Reinard and Herman Zumach families of here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mueller, of Royal, visited recently at M. W. Faudel's and Irene Rooney's. The three Rooney girls, who had been visiting the Muellers, returned with them. Mrs. Frank Bell and Betty and Clarice, of Blue Earth. Minn., visited Tuesday at the D. Cordes home. iThe girls stayed for two weeks. I Mrs. Bell returned Tuesday evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert, The Methodist Aid met last Thursday in the church basement for a covered dish luncheon. Plans were made to hold a home-made ice cream social Saturday night on the vacant lot by the telephone exchange. The W. F. M. S. met at the church Friday afternoon. Mrs, Johnson led an interesting lesson, and Mrs. Yahnke led devotions. The mite boxes were then opened and found to contain more than $11. The total collection was $22,27 including tea money. Betty Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link, had her tonsils removed by Dr. Irish at the Irish hospital, Forest City, last Thursday. She came home Friday. William Knoner suffered a wrenched back last week Wednesday when he climbed a fence too hurriedly in an effort to stop his team, which had been frightened while he was in the field with his father, August Knoner. The Rev. and Mrs. Heneline and her mother, Mrs. W. J. Bryant, all of Waterloo, who spent the week at Clear Lake, visited Mrs. Laura Niester and Mrs. Blanche Jenks last Thursday. The Rev. Mr. Heneline is pastor of Waterloo's United Brethren church. Mrs. James Zweifel, Corwith, and Beverly and Cecil visited her sister, Mrs. George Thompson, last week, going home on Thursday. Last week Wednesday the Thompsons and Mrs. Zweifel and children went to the lakes for a picnic supper. Lois Link, Rolfe, has been visiting the parental D. A. Links. Edith Looft left Friday to resume nursing at Des Moines. There were no church services in the German Reformed church Sunday as the Rev. Depping and'fam- ily are at Waukon. The Ed Halvorsons visited Mrs!^ Halvorson's sister, Mrs. Odin Engum, Frost, last week Tuesday. Her niece Audrey and her mother, Mrs. L. A. Kallestad, returned with them. Frank Moulton came home from. Lake Mills last week Tuesday. Frank and Jack Moulton and V. A. Barrett went to Fairmont Friday night. Thejormer was to play ball there, but it rained before the game started. Mrs. Jule Seifert fell and broke a bone in her wrist last week Tuesday. She was cleaning house and in stepping from a stool to a chair slipped and fell, bruising her shoulder and breaking her wrist. Mrs. Carrie Steinberg has been confined to her bed the past two weeks with poor health. The Dodd Bros, tent show gave entertainments here Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Frank Wiemer, of Okoboji, and L. W. and W. E. Wiemer have been making numerous trips to Swea City preparing for the opening of a bank there in the near future. The V. A. Barretts left Saturday for two weeks at Chester, Alexan- der, and Livermore. The annual Sacred Heart enure! bazaar and festival will be liel Tuesday, August 28. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis, S Paul, visited Sunday at the Alber Barnes home. The Looft family held a reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state par] Sunday. Those from here who at tended were the Ed Loofts, the N A. Pingles, and Mrs. Margare Looft and Albert. James Logan left Sunday after noon for two weeks with his uncl< Reuben Nuenfeldt, Minneapolis. Betty Matzener, who is the De Moines Sunday Register salesman hree, went to Algona Sunday for a ride in the Register plane, Gooc News, and Mrs. Alfred Zielske an( Marjorie Matzener accompaniec her. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoag and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shaw, o Eau Claire, Wis., came Thursday ti visit the Charles Basharas. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen am Jerry went to Renwick Saturday for a few days with Mrs. Laurit zen's sister, Mrs. Poole. L. W. Wiemer, George Moulton and Fred Anderson drove to Man kato Saturday on husiness. The William Flynns left Sunday morning on a vacation trip througi Wisconsin. They also expected tc visit at the world's fair before re turning. Mrs. Leroy Anderson, Radcliffe came Saturday night to visit the L W. Wiemers. Her son Fred, win had spent two weeks here, returnee home with her Sunday. Olaf Engelby left last weel Tuesday for a week with relatives at Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Busch are parents of a boy born Saturday Mrs. West is caring for them. The Olaf and Clifton Engelby families attended a family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. D. A. Carpenter was a business caller in Mason City Friday. Gerald Warner came Friday from 31dora to visit his parents over the week-end. Mrs. Frank Nitz had her tonsils •emoved Thursday at the Dr. Somers office, Elmore. L. A. Nitz and Joseph Smith drove to Omaha last week Wednesday on business. Alice Moulton, Gerald Warner, ind Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barslou were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne. The Glen Yahnkes attended a Jensen family picnic at the lakes Sunday. •4- Nev Job for Hailey. F. C, Bailey, who was cashier of the closed Fenton State bank and 1 the last two or three years has )een in charge of failed banks at Iowa Falls and Webster City, has resigned and is moving to Cedar Rapids, where he has accepted a position in the farm loan division of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Algona, spent Sunday at Ralph ~ Fandel is the Elberts. Bobby Fandel's. Mrs. daughter of the Fandel returned with them. Paul Dorweiler, of Hartford, Conn., and a gentleman from Tulsa, Okla., visited Mrs. Elizabeth Priester Wednesday. The men are nephews of Mrs. Priester. Sunday guests at H. S. Bailey's were Mr. and Mrs. James Mcd-eery and daughters Jean and Valley o Fonda, Dr. and Mrs. J. w. Me Creery. Mrs. Leo Walters and Durwood and Janice, Minnie Elbert, anc Helen Fandel drove to Garner Wednesday to visit at Leo Elbert's Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Thul, Clar ion, visited Friday at Peter Schu macher's. Mrs. Schumacher is i daughter of the Thuls. Leona Dreyer, employed at the H. R. Zumach market, spent Sunday with her parents, the Robert Dreyers, Lotts Creek. Sunday visitors at A. A'. Zumach's were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Torgeson, of Bode, and the Art Zu- machs, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shroeder of 3urt spent Sunday at R. A. Bartett's. Mrs. Bartlett is a daughter of the Shroeder's. Marian H. Yink, employed at Swanson's, left Sunday even- ng for a ten day iVorld's fair. visit at the Mrs. Joseph Meurer and Lucian rove to Wesley Friday to visit at . T. Meurer's. J. T. is a son of ilrs. Meurer. Ruth Adeline, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. J. M. Fleming, is spend- ng this week at Mason City visit- ng relatives. The Paul Kruegers, of Titonka, , and the Herman Richards, of Lotts Creek, spent Sunday at Chrisl Richards'. Prizes were awarded at H. R. Zumach's Saturday evening to Otto Bell, Irene Heller, and Frank W, Elbert. The Lutheran Y. P. S. held its monthly business meeting Thursday evening in the school basement. The Maurice Duffys of Algona. were Sunday visitors of Mr. Duffy's parents, the Martin Duffys Sr, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy Sr.. Frances and Hugh were Sunday guests of the Martin Duffy's Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett returned Friday from a week on vacation at Man Trap Lake, Minn. Esther Behnke, emplpyed at Algona, spent the week-e'nd with her parents, the Reinard Behnkes. lola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber, spent the week-end at Ray Watson's, West Bend. Lester Stokka, of Cylinder, fractured his wrist one day last week while cranking a car. Mrs. Mike Zimmermann and two sons of Algona visited at the Christ Richards' Monday. The Harold Walker family of Delavan, Minn., visited at J. E. Walker's Sunday. Poirot & Schattschneider re- eived four new 1934 Chevrolets Monday morning. Mrs. Emelia Heidenwith' spent" Sunday at her son Arthur Heidenwith's. The Herman Millers, of Mallard, vere Sunday guests at Louis Duty's. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick are pending a week at the Black Hills. Kate ~ Irvi'ngton, Aug. 15—Walter and Roe Sparks, of Vancouver, called on Mrs. J. B. Roblson and the Lewis Johnsons here last Thursday. They were accompanied by John Wheelock, Algona, distantly related. The Sparks brothers formerly lived with their parents on a farm just across the road from the Johnson home. Sixty years ago Walter and the late J. B. Robison made a trip Lo California together, Tho elder Mr. Sparks, Walter, is gathering data on his family tree, and' plans write a book later. From here they planned to go to Chicago to attend the world's fair, and then to Ohio, where the older Mr. Sparks was born. Cnrs in Corner Collision— The A. McLean car was struck by a Minnesota car at tho intersection where the Stacy oil station stands last Thursday evening. Mrs. McLean, who was driving, was nc- comrvinicd by her granddaughter, Jean Lofing, Mason City, and was returning to the McLean home from Irvington. Neither car was seriously damaged, and outside of a few bruises no one was hurt. Party Has Two Ticnics— At a picnic dinner at West Bend Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sample, Capitola Sample, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Geoders, Mrs. Bradley, and Mrs. Estella Sabin, all of Algona, and the H. T. Sabins, the Earl Millers, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox. The same party had a picnic dinner last year at Humboldt. Door Shuts on Thumb— A McLean suffered a painful thumb wound last week Wednesday evening, when a storm door which was chained open broke loose in a heavy wind and closed on it. Mr. McLean happened to be standing in the doorway, and the door drove his thumbnail back over the flesh. His head was also slightly cut. Thinghtpr for Minnesota Pair- Announcement has been received of the birth of a 9%-lb. girl to Mr. and Mrs. John Reid, Hector, Minn. This is the first child. John formerly lived with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Reid, now also of Hector, in the Cresco neighborhood. Threshing Crews Hare Party— The men in the Stephen Loss threshing crew entertained the Leigh ball team at the Loss farm Sunday night. The threshing crew lost a ball game to the Leigh team in the afternoon. Daughter for the Rosans— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rosan are parents of a 8-lb. daughter, Mary Susanne, born at the Kossuth hospital last week Wednesday. They have a son Dean, 4. Paul Watson Loses Appendix- Paul Watson had an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday. THVINGTON NEWS The Loris Crawfords, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, were recent dinner guests at 0. L. Miller's. The Julius Studers, the Ray Johnsons, and Cecelia Dorweiler spent Sunday at West Bend. The Victor Applegates were Sunday guests of Anna Sankey. The Robert Sankeys, Bancroft, visited Sunday at Ray Sankey's. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Byers, Swea City, were recent visitors at Paul Hudson's. The Paul Hudsons drove to Buffalo Center last Thursday for Buffalo day. The Rome Robisons were Sunday callers at Roscoe Mawdsley's. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Naudaln, of Viilford, recently visited Mr. and Mrs. James Stacy. The Rev. A. English was a Sunday luncheon guest at M. L. Roney's. Callers in :he afternoon were Jessie and Robt. Smith, Algona. The Frank Kulows drove to Forest City Sunday to visit Mrs. Kulow's parents Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Helland. Alice Covell, Danville, N. D is spending a month with relatives here and at Algona. She is a sister of Bert Potter and formerly with her husband, Del Covell, deceased, lived in the Cresco neighborhood. They once lived .where the A. E. Claytons now reside Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harness', the children, Catherine and George, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wright, all of Walworth, Wis., arrived late last week to visit the Frank Bits- worths. They were en route home after a visit with Mrs. Mary Harness, Mrs, Mlna Ward, and other relatives at Saguache, Colo. Edward Herberger and father, of Onarga, 111., were last Thursday night guests at Henry Scheppman's. They were en route to Minnesota. The Ben Schmidts, Fenton, and Elinor and Loralne Lattimer, Algona, wore Sunday guests of the Scheppnmns. Lyle Runchey and Dorla Remfter, the latter at tho William Runchey farm two weeks, drove to Sioux City Sunday, and Miss Remfter remained at her homo there, Lyle returning for another week to help with threshing, later to return to Sioux City, where he is a student at Mornlngside. The Missionary society meels this week Friday at the church, Mrs. O. L. Miller in charge, The Rev. A. English will give another sermonette on the history of the Christian church, and a covered luncheon will be served. Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield had as Sunday luncheon guests the John Ulfers family, Fenton, the Wm. Runcheys, near West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchey, Emmetsburg. The George Gowens were visitors there in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole and their daughter Lois returned Friday from the world's fair, they went with Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher, of Hampton, who recently purchased a new Studebaker sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bedell, St. Paul, who had been here, looking after farming interests, left early in the week. Tho Bedells recently made a trip into northern Minnesota and Canada. Zelba Winkle, who had visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winkle, Algona, a week, left for her work at Fort Dodge Sunday. She is employed in the office of Br Studebaker. The Rev. A. English' preached Sunday from Hebrew, ll-i : Fallh Is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. A large congregation at- tenaeu. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson Mrs. Glen Cassmere, hear Co° wrtlf to Leo Gregson's to recuperate' from a nervous breakdown. Helen Johnson, Des Moines has been spending a few days with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Johnson. She is private secretary to a hunr kwlp " •asfa •lay, lms bocn The IK,;: cousin ]\i T „ s % • lj - Honey 1 . iJ'S, LISTEN ON THisI BIG CAS] SAVINGS! s $52 s& » r^sr* your order immediately, if vou Wa " 7*° substantial saving. All grade/sizes ' Botsford Lumber Co, Home of Peerless Coal JIM POOL, Mgr. • 1-1931 Chevrolet Truck-Long 1-1931 Chevrolet Coach 1-1930 Ford Tudors All in Good Condition GREASING -:- WASHING and First Class Duco Painting Remember the Kossuth County Fair, September &7| Kohlhaas Bras, Phone 200 — Algona, la. HIIIIIIIIIIII -in— •. Tailoring ^—and— Dry Cleaning BEE US. We repair and remodel furs. Send us your straw hata or prompt service. Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 637. We call for and deliver, Sales Books and Office Supplies We are agents for one of the Dm& ~^ largest salesbooks manufac- CAR «>N cbATw~' turing concerns in the coun- — ICAT * ~ try, and can give you service, quality, and price. Loose Leaf Ledgers The new state sales tax requires correct and accurate bookkeeping. Let us modernize your present system. You'll be surprised hoir economically it can be done. S ' ADDING MACHINE BOLLS, BLANK FOBMS Advance Pub. Co< East of the Courthouse

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