Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1934 · Page 5
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AitfltJOT 16, 1934. tudent Governor of Indiana^School System Visits Lakota LAST PAGE OF HIS JCHOOt Aug 7l4—Mr. and Mrs. and sons, George and nt East Chicago, III.,, came ', «for tho week-end with the J Warburtons. They were ' L way to Hunter, N. D., to J» i George, 17 years : rcl will be a senior in East WBh school, a school of lg ° n iia with student govern" upl Jl,i V vnr of the school last 1 an N. S. council r M,Lt"governed schools in ^recently, where he WEB "governor of the state of Cdent governed schools. , e 11 was a resident of He- mshin about 30 years ago "jved on a farm with his , r , James Newell. vdiil)lts~Are Planned— i H elrls county committee «i 1, the president, Mrs. Emil *„ Saturday afternoon with members present. Plans for Sent day^Friday were.com . land were made for "far and county fair exhibits hUh Slrl, a demonstration L and the leader, one member iL county committee, and the D A Sle Gring, will attend state fair. The nominating mittee arranged the county of- nominees to be elected Thurs- june Larson served a delic- ti lunch after the meeting, L Falls on Youth— wight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ro| Smith northwest of town, was wn from his pony last week while going horse threw idnesday evening „• the cows. The iwhen it stumbled over a woven „ fence, and fell on top of the I, who has been laid up since Bering from bruises and a torn Lent In his ankle. The fence been put up temporarily to ip the cows out while the men Ire threshing, and Dwight did [notice it. j of Nebraska Drought— [tr, and Mrs. William Warburton little daughter, of Hastings „ came Sunday morning t< .J their vacation with the for r's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam | TVarburton, and other relatives |»y expect to leave Wednesdaj uing for Chicago, 111., to atten i fair, and will also visit in 111 Sis and Wisconsin. "Bill" is man r of a Kresge store at Hastings . reports the drought disastou Ithat territory. mer Residents In Tisit— Krs. T, S. Waud and her niece Ralph Beebee, of Los Ange , Calif., came a week ago Sat lay to visit Mrs. Waud's moth |W. E. Ley. They left Friday fo Bits in Wisconsin to visit an j)! again come here on their wa pe. Mr. and Mrs. Waud are for residents of Lakota, bavin toed the drug business here Beebee, nee Thelma Ley ighter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ley i born here. (Tour Eastern Points— Krs. Guy Beemer and son Bohr {left Thursday for Nevada with ' cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Elsy, of [Paul, who were visiting here. >r a short visit there Mrs. Beem|and Bobby left for New York ' to visit two sisters of Mrs. femer. They expect also to go to :ara Falls, Washington D. C., I other points in the east. j Landmark Torn Down— old wood building on the : side of main street, belonging [Joseph Morck, is being torn and will be used to build a _ary on Mr. Morck's farm near iherville. This is one of the .buildings in Lakota and has peen used for some years. Swallows Metal Clasp— «%, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Pice Lester, accldently swallow- la metal clasp Friday and was |«n (o the Buffalo Center hospl- ii! i re an x-ra y shoyed it lodg- |in the stomach. A diet of dry I was perscribed and it was sat- ictory removed. l*le Operation Performed— ps. E. Abbas was taken to the TITONKA WOMAN NEWSEGRETARY OF LEGION 'AUX ! Titonka, Aug. 15—Eleven Titonka American Legion Auxiliary members attended a county meeting at Swca City Friday. Mrs. Ann Schonck, Titonka, was elected county secretary, following resignation of Mrs. Nellie Wolfe, Fenton, and Mrs. Luclla Schenck, of Hurt, was elected historian in place of Mrs. Sadie Denton, who signed. Des Molnes, Special, The biggest vacation camp grounds In the midwest vlll be thrown open to iho public hero during tho Iowa state Fair, Au-vut 22-31, to accommodate the tens of thousands of nlpnVnro seekers who will take their outings at Iowa's hugeTn34 «£>,* ion Forty acres of additional land 1ms been added to the camp K ro ,mi this year providing a total of 100 acres for the State Pair™tent c""v Fair visitors are allowed to use the camp grounds free of chanr P ' throughout, tliiv noHnrl nf ti, n ^,^,.t,i~.. L ...,,. us " L0 OI cnaige throughout the* period of tho exposition. 26,000 people, officials estimate. It will accommodate over re- Vf. H. .H. S. Uns Gncst Dny- The Methodist W. H. M. S. met in tho basement of the church Friday. Tliis was Guest day, and each member had a guest. The program was: trio, Lola and Vernelle Zwel- fcl and Leola Michaelson; solo, Lotts Creek and St. Joe Teams to Play Sunday Lotts Creek, Aug. 15—The Lolls ireek ball team played Bode here Sunday; Christenson and V. Larson, pitchers, G. Larson, catcher, or Bode; for Lotts Creek, Gross and Wichtendahl. Summary of the game: Gross met 45 Bode men, allowing ten hits, three runs; he struck out eight, gave five walks, and hit Pederson. Tho Bode pitch- ^''? a ' ers allowed 39 Lotts Creekers ten * rmk > lits, five runs, struck out five, and gave three walks. A home run was made by Elmer Pijahn, and Edwin Wichtendahl got two doubles. Next fold's, Lu Verne, and M. T. McQuire's, near St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. William Wetzel were guests the same day of the laller's mother, Mrs. John Genrich, and tho Walter Gcnriches, Lu Vorne. Tho Albert Wittkopfs and Mrs. Fred Jacob, Algona, and Edna Fairville, returned last week Wednesday from two weeks at Chicago and in Michigan. They attended the world's fair. licrtha and Martha Jaskulke, Sunday St. Joe plays here, and on Minneapolis, are visiting their par> inrt^-., . . . onrin M r n nrl M re T or» Tn cn/n 11ra August 26 Bode again plays here. On August 29 Algona plays here. Surprise for the Hells— Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, the Hu;o Faulstiches, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, Fenton, attended a recent surprise party at William Bell's, West Bend, in honor of the Bells, 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. Bell is an uncle of Mrs. Lieb and a brother of Mrs. Faulstich, Mrs. Bierstedt, and Mr. Gade. Schmiels Home from Trip- Teacher Schmiel and his family got home last week Tuesday from three weeks with Mr. Schmiel's mother and the son Paul and his family at Cleveland, Ohio. The son Gerhard, Lutheran teacher at Cedarburg, Wis., and his family were also at Cleveland. Waffle Party is Given- Margaret Fiene gave a waffle party Friday evening. Attending. Margaret, Lorina, and Mildred Laabs, Ruth and Esther Schmiel, Ella Zumach, and Margaret Vigars, and a friend from Algona, Rupert Luedtke and Elmer Pijahn. Other Lotts Creek. The Richard and Alvin Potratzes visited Friday at Arthur Geilen- Mrs. Yale, talk, Mrs. W. G. man, Algona. Lunch was Twenty guests and tended. Muhle- served. members at- Famous Circus Stars to Be at State Fair State of Iowa, as Receiver of the bounty Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to make a compromise settlement with McEnroe Brothers, of Algona, iowa, according to the terms and conditions set out in said Applica- .ion to which you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the icaring on said Application will he md at the Courthouse in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 23rd Des Molnes, Special: An old fashioned circus, Including some of the moat famous hippodrome performers of America and Europe, will be brought to this year's Iowa State Pair In Des Molnes to augment the regular afternoon and evening entertainment program, offcials announced this week. Trained lions, clowns, gymnasts and other favorites of the circus arena will give two performances daily, between the horse race events In the afternoon and between rodeo events in the evening. Feature acts include Manuel King, the ten year old boy lion trainer and his troupe of twelve African lions, the Peerless Potters, noted high-air trapeze performers from the Rlngllng Circus, and die Kanazawa Japanese Troupe of gymnasts. Ihvnynp Fnul Home Again— The Rev. and Mrs. Fremont Faul drove to Des Moines last Thursday to bring home their son Dwayne, who had been in a hospital there with a broken arm. The doctor said ho would get along all right if he was careful. His left arm had been set once, but the bones slipped out of place and pain. caused him great cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke. Martha attended the world's fair before coming. The girls are beauty operators. Margaret Vigars, Algona, and Ella Zumach spent part of last week with Margaret Fiene during the absence of the latter's parents, who were on a trip to Montana. The Arnold Meine's left Sunday for a tour in Minnesota, and Mr. Miene was to look after a farm in the northern part of the state. They were to be away a week. Mrs. Ernest Thiel and her niece, Arlone Bast, both of Algona, visited last week Wednesday at William Wctzel's and helped cook for the threshers. Reuben, Rupert and Mildred and Mable Luedtke were at Fort Dodge and called on their cousins, Hilda and Elma Potratz, employed there. Mable, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Geilenfcld, had her tonsils and adenoids removed at the General hospital, Algona, Friday. A number from here attended a mission festival at Whittemore Sunday. The Little German Band accompanied singing. Alvin Potratz was laid up last week with blood poisoning from a boil on the leg. Edna Potratz began work at M, T. McQuire's, near St. Joe, Monday. Tilton-Guthrlo Players Here- Clifford Krantz drove to Mallard Monday and brought back part of the Tilton-Guthrie show equipment for Indian day. The company was here some weeks ago and returned to give shows here this week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nights. Indian day is this week Wednesday. Attend Fort Dodge Reunion— The William Schrams and • Mrs. Julia Reynolds, her daughters Edith and Florence, and son Robert drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to attend a family reunion at the Olson park. Kathryn Schram stayed there for a week with her cousin, Ruth Olson. Harvest Festival Planned At Bancroft August 21-22 day of August, A. D. 1934, at £w<* o'clock p. m., of said day, at whlcti time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an OP* der should not be entered aft prayed. i ^ D. W. BATES. Superintendent of Banking ot the State of Iowa, as Recehp* er of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa. By HARRY V. HULL, 48 Examiner in Charge* Bancroft, Aug. 15—The annual'the Kennedy store, where she is Family Reunion at Bleich's— A family reunion was held at harvest festival will be held next week Tuesday and Wednesday at St. John's church. Tuesday at 1.30 p. m. the Fats will play the Leans at baseball, and at 3 p. m. the Allison Junior Legion state champions will play the Bancroft Legion team. Bancroft lost to Allison at the state tournament at Rockwell City, 9-2, but three of Bancroft's regular players were sick and not in the line-up. Wednesday afternoon the Bancroft Lions will play Titonka. Chicken suppers will be served each day in St. John's hall by the women of the parish. Slumber Party is Given— Anna Marie Doose entertained Marge Welp, Margaret Howe, Rosemary Murphy, Mildred and Margaret Deitering, Betty Sheridan, Monica Baker, Antionette Hart, and Mable Joy Prusia, Mason City, at a slumber party Tuesday evening. Miss Prussia is spending this week with Miss Doose. head saleslady in ready-to-wear. Mrs. Jack Stovers, Graettinger, and her son Donald are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bergman. -*'•Hairbreadth Harry" Again. J. J. Moan, whose assumed mon- icker is "Hairbreadth Harry," was at Spencer early last week and got the customary "write-up" in the Spencer News-Herald. He was still "en route" to the Britt Hobo convention next week Wednesday, and was still looking for a queen to share honors with him, the king. ODDS ARE AGAINST YOU-UNLESS- I Twin I Mr. | twin sons, Frank Froehle have born Friday, named Robert. Mr. and the William Hadeks, Garner; the Sylvester Garmans, the Thos. For- burgers, and Albert Bleich Wes- J ^^ £—£' — —„—| ley; the Guido Sartors, the Martin Bleichs, and the Dr. Pierre Sartors, Titonka. DOAN NEWS he Ross Buffingtons spent Sunday with Mrs. H. P. Christenson. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hoover Britt, visited at their sons Ted and Clifford's last week Wednesday, and Merlin, son of Mr. ani Mrs. Ted Hoover, went to Britt with hem for a week. Lou Boleneus and his daughter 'une drove to Forest City last week Thursday. Mrs. Melvin Olsen, daughter Arleen, and Lu Verne Hoover drove o Alden for Saturday and Sunday with the Harry Dobbs family. Constance Joy Do Wilde, Mason 'ity, spent several days last week vith her cousin, June Boleneus. The Doan Aid will meet August 23 at Mrs. A. 3. Martinek'e, Mrs. E. M. Sparks is assisting. Kenneth, Doris, and i at Buffalo Center. Friday and Doctors Williams and «n p ? rt °™ed an operation appendicitis is re » orted l«. stones and vering ' S - h Krantz, Titonka, visited their aunt, Mrs. Bryant Asa, Monday. Sam Tumbus and the Rao Hut- chisons, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Krantz, Algona, and the Ray- Other News. Frank Pitcher, of D " spent Saturday ith the Fran * Lewis h u e ran ews [Lewi? 1 Pletcb - er ls a sister of j» Roland Smiths and the Hen- nena spent Sunday with the yms near East Chain. neighbors till last 1 acompanied Mr - andMrB - Klester ' tend V° fEagle Gr °ve Friday Rev A T r « al ° f a relatlve ' ocal j,,n; ' Boese - P astor of " e «urcb, preach- Iday. Mmn - a ago foecft ? mith and Mrs. W. E. W^t tha 1 ? r4talUed at a * C ez fir s ,i u *- 7 , le " ler 8 Ivisit Kuth'^'^'Mian: Ited £"* ?M«»? and ch week Al- Mrs - children Wort- here. A J - Gutknechf, of l with rela- , J-ere attended a ' Buffalo the last Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hanson rove to Eagle Grove Sunday to get heir daughter Drusilla who had pent the week with her grandpar- nts there. The Vern Teeters, Algona, and Marion mond Krantvs family, Titonka, wore at Bryant Asa's Sunday. Eveline and Robert Hutchison went home with their parents. Mrs. Tom Rich, Hobarton, is spending two weeks with her granddaughter, Mrs. Orville Holdren. Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hoover, is visiting her grandparents who are Mr. and Mrs. Haines, Algona. Mrs. Tony Venteicher attended a vegetable shower for the Sisters of the St. Benedict parish Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek, and daughter Aline, and Mrs. Ruth Sparks attended a band festival at Clear Lake Sunday, and with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Amundsen, Clear Lake, were supper guests at L. J. Kutschara's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz, Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Dena Andrews, Algona, and Mrs. George Struthers, West Bend, and her son Archie were at the Dale Struthers home Sunday. Josephine and Frederica Girres are spending from Sunday till this week Wednesday at with the Wesley 4-H Clear girls, Lake Josephine being assistant chaperon. RICH POINT LOCALS Ellen Steussy, Algona, was a guest of Catherine Schulz part of ast week. Mrs. Peter Andrews, Algona, spent last week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Kajewski. Rudolph and Theresa Harig, St. Benedict were Sunday evening callers at the Kajewski home. The Sisters who have charge of the St. Benedict parochial school have returned and were honored with a shower Sunday by the women of the parish. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius drove to Rochester last week Wednesday to hear President Roosevelt speak, and they report that though they enjoyed the President s talk and were within a few feet or him, they did not have an opportunity to shake hands with mm. They returned last Thursday. The Andrew Hansens and Tom Youngs, Titonka, had a "pot luck' dinner at George Johnson's Sun- LV Lucille Sill accompanied Ruth Stewart, Algona, to Wellsburg Sunday to visit Ruth's uncle, George Lee. They called on Clear Lake friends on the way. Mildred Capesius is spending tms week at Sydney. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney have had a guests the K. E. Wights Clayton, N. M., and Mrs. Wilbur Foxwell Olympia, Wash. Mrs. Wright Is a niece of Mrs. Roney, TT*«P«H> •« «• *• . . tnrmfit Mrs. Foxwell left early in the week 'or Chicago to attend the world's 'air Mr. and Mrs. George W. Godfrey and Dick will leave late this week 'or northern Minnesota to visit 'riends. They plan to spend a few more days at the farm later during silo-filling time. The program committee of the Plum Creek club met with Mrs. Harry Seeley Friday and planned a meeting for the coming year. _ Russell Patterson, Burt, is spending this week with his cousin, Howard Raney. Norma Raney left Friday for a week at the Okobojis. Others in the same group are Ruth Robinson and Dorothy Knutson, Algona, Genevieve Patterson, Burt, and the chaperone, Mildred Robinson. Georga Ann Geigel is also at the Oko- bojis, visiting Margaret Lease. Advertising Hobo Known at Britt The News-Tribune reports that -Hairbreadth Harry," the hobo, visited Britt just before he came Callies Twins Brought Home— The Callies twins, Shirley and Sharon, born at an Algona hospital one day last week, and their mother, Mrs. Carl F. Callies, were brought home Tuesday. The twins are the first children in the family. Postoffice Here is Moved— The postoffice was moved Sunday to the building the J. C. New- villes recently purchased. Mrs. Newville is now postmistress, with Gladys Boggess as deputy. New Store to bo Opened— Telko Seitsema, who has been repairing and painting his business building for a dry goods store, will have his opening this week-end. Electric Sign is Installed— Bonacker Bros, have erected a new electric sign for their meat market and grocery store. Other Titonka News. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz and their daughter Feme drove to Sioux City Monday and Feme made arrangements there to enter Morningside college next month. Doris, Marion, and Kenneth Krantz stayed with Algona relatives. Lola Bruner, Chicago Heights, 111., Edna Luce, Fayette, and Erma Morgan, Britt, were Sunday visitors at Mrs. Frances Budlong's. The girls have all taught at Hampton, where Hazel Budlong teaches. Mrs. Clara Meyer, Belmond, and her children spent last week and Sunday at the Rev. Mr. Killian's, north of town, going home Monday. Mrs. Roy Budlong and Mrs. Frances Budlong entertained the Methodist Aid in the basement of the church last week Wednesday. The Rev. H. W. Schoenlein and his family'spent Sunday at Clear Lake, where they attended a Luther League convention. Roland Larson and Erwin Malueg, Algona, were here Monday and were delayed several hours by auto trouble. Marie Swanson, Fred Stauffer, and William Huff, Des Moines, spent Sunday with Lois Heifner. Mrs. Clarence Tuttle, Mrs. Telko Seitsema, and Grace Seitsema were at Mason City Monday. The town ball team played Fair- are also twins. The other children are two boys and one girl, Mrs. Froehle is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fangman. Shower for Bride-to-Be— A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Henry Lampe's for Dorcella Jensen, who will be married this week Tuesday to Leo Lampe. Lions Defeat lake Mils— The Lions won Sunday from Lake Mills here, 5-1. LEGAL NOTICES IN EQUITY NO. 12383. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO MAKE COM PROMISE SETTLEMENT WITH MCENROE BROTHERS, OF ALGONA, IOWA. In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the Application, of D. W. Bates Superintendent of Banking of the Other Bancroft "News. Viola Merrill returned to her work at Milady's Beauty Parlor, Algona, Tuesday. She came home Friday from Waterloo, where she spent two weeks with friends, and had since visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill, here. Evelyn Behrman leturned Saturday from California and Colorado, where she visited a sister and a brother. She left for California ear- y in June. Evelyn will again teach n the Lone Rock schools. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Guide and Maxine and Collette C. Welp were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Smith, Burt, at the hotel last Thursday evening. Corrine Nemmers was sick Monday and unable to be at work at YOU LOOK NEAT AND TRIM— and you can do that my haying your clothes cleaned, repaired and pressed frequently. You get good service at a righFprice. THE ELK CLEANERS & TAILORS Phone 330 We Deliver [onstipation I If constipation causes you Gas, Indigestion, Headaches, Bad Sleep, Pimply Skin, get quick relief with ADLERIKA. Thor. action, yet gentle, safe. ough and Mrs, Foxwell is Wight Is a niece of the former Mrs. Raney, ADLERIKA E. W. LUSBY, Druggist. mont Sunday at Fairmont, and was defeated, 12-2. John Gartner is reported In Chicago, where his sister Mildred found a job for him. Vivian Benson, Minneapolis, has been visiting Mrs. John Wood. Mrs. Fred Wentz entertained the Larkin club Friday. 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