Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 10
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PA«B TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA T.HURSDAV Prices tor Beef, Pork, Corn, and oats are up— Lumber Prices Down K«TT 11}£ Per cent Below Average of Past 11 Years This figure was arrived at by a year-to-year record kept by the Lumber Code Authority. BUILD - MODERNIZE NOW! Itere could bo no more advantageous time for you to build, modernize or repair than right now. It's the crying need of the day. Your building needs it. Material prices are still low. Lo- cai activity will aid the increasing tide of employment. Your place will increase in beauty and comfort. You will benefit, everyone will benefit. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. Phono 256 Women Go to Hartley Party Phone 267 When you visit the fair in Algona next -week and you feel the need of a good cold glass of ueer —just remember— Keg Beer • Always on Tap Our Beer is ALWAYS FRESH We also serve our bottled beer good and cold and can furnish you the best there is in case beer or picnic bottles. Drop in and try our beer. Smoke Shop PHONE 619 Smokers' Hdqrs. and Supply Store FEHTON GROUP PARTY GUESTS OUT OF TOWN Fenton, Aug. 20—Mrs. L. G. Newel, Hartley, entertained a large number of Fenton relatives Friday in honor of her sister, Mrs. Rose Reichenbach, New York. Bridge was played at four tables, Irene Newel winning the high score, Mrs. E. J. Frank the consolation. The high cut was drawn by Mrs, Elmer Weisbrod; low by Mrs. John Light. Others present were Mesdames Fred, Edward, E. C., E. A..Mike Clarence, William, Hattie, and Walter Wels- brod, Mary Kohlstcdt, Charles Newel. Melvin Mansager, John Bollinger, G. B. Johnson, Kate Newel, Ethv. Schlei, John Newel, and W. E. Stoebor. A two course lunch was served. To Wed at Clay County Fair The time for saving for a house is ideal. What to do with your spare cash need not be a question hard for you to answer. We are confident that now is the time to plan for a home of your own. At least put that spare cash into our Building & Loan Ass'n so that when you do decide to build you'll have sufficient cash on hand to start work with. ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA C. E. LA BAKKE, Sec'y-Treas. Mrs. Yoltnler 15ro.-in.Law Dies— < Mrs. Ernest Vottcler and her son Bobbie left. Monday by train for Chicago to attend the funeral of Mrs. Vottelcr's bro.-in-law, Jos Stokes, 26, who died of spinal trou-; bio, and was buried Tuesday in the Arlington cemetery there. Mrs. Stokes, who is a half-sister of Mrs. Votteler, has two little girls. Mrs. Ed. Krcssin and Mrs. Rudolph Wehrspann accompanied the Vot- telers to meet Mr. "Wehrspann at Chicago, where he had gone in with stock Saturday, and they will all attend the world's fair. Yolpht Relatives in Get-Together— A group of Voight relatives drove to Geneva, Minn., Sunday to meet at Herman Voight's for a picnic in honor of his birthday. Attending: the William Voights, Mr. and Mrs. John Menz, son Willard, Mrs. Car- irie Voight, son Gerald, of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, Seneca; the Otto Voights, Taopi, Minn.; the Oscar Voights, Alden, Minn.; the Frank Weisbrods, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Olsen, Leonard Voight and a girl friend, Austin, Minn. PLORENCE MORLAND WILL BECOME the bride of Roland oardnei * on Saturday evening, September 15, at the Clay County Fair. Miss Mot land is the daughter of County Treasurer and Mrs. Morland of Spirit Lake and Mr. Gardner's people have operated Gateswood at Oko boji lakes for many years. Etna Mitchell Family, of Four Corners, in Reunion Four Corners, Aug. 29 — Mrs. i the f j rst par t of the week with the Ruth Harlan, Stockport, daughter William Riches. Mrs. Baker is a Clarice, son Verle, and Mrs. Sybil Mitchell, Fail-field, and her daughter Dorothy, were at Etna Mitchell's last week. A family reunion was held at the Mitchell home Sunday, and present were the Noble Mitchells, the Edmund Larsons, near poan, and the Arie Dittmers and Qucntin Bjustroms, near Good Hope. They spent the afternoon at Not Try Our 3c Wet Wash During fair week we will deliver all wet wash back after three hours, which is after 1 o'clock noon. We can also give you one day service on any other •washing without any increase in price. Kirsch Laundry Now Entering Upon Its 44th Year Prom a small beginning it has grown to be one of the largest and best commercial schools in this country. Our courses of study are thorough and practical; our equipment is modern; our teachers men and women of culture and special fitness for their particular work. We occupy our own fire-proof building. OUR FALL TERM WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 3rd YOU SEND MANKATO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE MANKATO, MINN. Farewell for the Muellers— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller were honored at a farewell surprise party at their home Sunday evening. Five hundred was played at seven tables, Mrs. Walter Krause winning high. Mrs. Charles Newel low. The Muellers, who are moving tp Rodman, where Mr. Mueller will manage a beer garden and pool hall, were presented with a lace table cloth. Lunch was served. Legion-Auxiliary Party Given— The Legion and the Auxiliary had a party at the Legion rooms Friday evening in honor of Alfred Bleckwenn, former Legion member tiere. Five Hundred was played, Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn, and Edw. Ohm winning high prizes. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, and Mr .and Mrs. Fred McWherter. Teacher Wins a Promotion— Florence Weisbrod left Sunday for Des Moines to resume school duties. She has been promoted to assistant principal with a substantial ncrease in salary. She was accompanied by her brother Donald and his family, who were to visit Mrs. Donald Weisbrod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stansberry, Moulton, before returning. Surprise for Mrs. Ranney— Mrs. O. J. Ranney was given a surprise party on her recent birthday. Attending: Mesdames W. E. and C. F. C. Laage, J. A. Schwartz; William Weisbrod, Donald Weisbrod, Walter Widdel, also Edith Laage, and Florence, Anna Rae, and Marilyn Widdel. Wedding Bells to Tinkle- Vivian Huskamp, Chicago, came last week Tuesday for two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp, and was accompanied by a friend. It is rumored that wedding bells will be ringing soon. Mrs. Gade Has Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. August Gade, West Bend, and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and her daughter Mary Elizabeth were visitors last Thursday at Herman Cade's. They came to help Mrs. Gade celebrate a birthday. West Bend, visiting the grotto. .Mrs. Harlan is a daughter and Mrs. Mitchell a daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell. [Visitors Come from Illinois— I Mr. and Mrs. William Rich, De Kalb, 111., Mrs. Nell Lambert, and Mrs. Wallace Huntley and her son ! William Howard spent last week ! at William Rich's home. The visiting Mr. Rich and Mrs. Lambert are cousins of the local William and George Rich, and Mrs. Huntley is a daughter of the Illinois Mr and Mrs. William Rich. They left Saturday for Clear Lake to spend the night with an old neighbor, and returned to Illinois Sunday. M. and » Club Meets Today— The P. C. Mothers and Daughters club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Irene Holdren on the ! Lewis Krantz farm, north of Sexton. The club song will be sung, and roll call will be answered with suggested improvements for the club. A children's story will be read by Ruth Robinson, and a reading will be given by Carmel Elbert. Bister of Mrs. Edith Rich. Edith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin went to Mason City Saturday to spend a week with her aunt, Mrs. John Gettman. Virginia and Harriet, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Light, Burt, were at John Rich's the last week and the week before. Mrs. Edith Rich, who was with her granddaughter, Mrs. Orville Holdren, is now with the William Richs. Kitfenball Burro Style Robinsons Returning to Florida— Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Robinson have been visiting at C. N. Robinson's since last week Tuesday, and this is their last visit here this season. After another visit at Spirit Lake they plan to leave next Monday for their home at Sarasota, Fla., and Lill Haley, who came with them, will go back with them. Other Four Corners. Mrs. Edw. Padeskie, Davenport, daughters Mary Lou, and Dorothy, and Mrs. Elsie Lindeman, Humboldt, who visited the Wm. Dray- tons last week, left for Humboldt last Thursday, and the Padeskies were to go home Saturday. Mrs. Padeskie and Mrs. Lindeman are sisters of Mr. Drayton. Evelyn Nickerson, who accompanied L. J. Lowman to Illinois [From "Shots at Random" in Bloomfield Democrat.] If you ever get an opportuinty to witness a donkey baseball game don't pass it by. It will be one of the funniest things you have seen for some time. Capacity crowds for three nights and Sunday afternoon at the Waterloo baseball park last week testify that we are not alone in our convictions. A witty announcer was not the least of the highlights in this freak game. We hope you hear the same man when you see the affair. Everyone except the catcher and the pitcher Is mounted upon a donkey. Catcher and pitcher cannot leave a box marked for them to stand in. The players are local business men. The Kiwanis club played the Rotary club, for instance. No one can fan out, and the ball is a kitten- ball. ! After the batter hits the ball he springs to his long-eared steed and attempts to get to first. The fielders must ride to within three feet of the ball, after which they dismount, get the ball, remount, and throw to catch the runner. You can imagine some of the complications. The crowd was in an uproar from start to finish. j One of the features arose when ; Wimpy, one of the donkeys, refused to amble down to the first base. Every time a batter was forced to ride Wimpy he was a sure out. One ingenious man however, solved the difficulty. He placed the ball out in right field and then brought Saturday. She came as far as Britt with people there who had been in Illinois. She spent Friday night with the Fern Hulings, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker, St. Wimpy was safe at second! IMcuic at Park Here. Burt, Aug. 29—The U and I Cir. , . cle held its annual picnic at the Cloud, Minn., came Sunday to visit Ambrose A. Call state park Sun- with the local Riches, and spent day, 50 or more attending Former Fenton Woman Patient— Schwanke. Mathilda Ruhnke, who Mrs. Clarence Allsup, Graetting- had attended summer school at the er, formerly Fenton, was taken to State Teachers college, came home an Iowa City hospital recently for, with them Friday. She will teach a major operation. Joins N. I). Ball Team- Stanley Munch left Monday for in No. 3, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace .had as guests Sunday the Clifford Wallaces, Mrs. Ramstock, her daugh- •• -.--—««., ..«. io.v;cn, ivn». ,i\euusi,uuK., ntjr uaugn- Valley City, N. D., to play baseball, ter, Mr. Henning, and the latter's He expected to be gone about four daughters, all of Lakota. Emma or five weeks. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga and Mrs. Harry Haase and her daughter Shirley Mae spent last Wednes- Henning is taking nurses training at Iowa City. The Harry Widdels, the Doctor Meyers family, Agnes Goetsch, Frances Bailey, and Irene Newel had a chicken fry at the shelter „ _ t _„„., ., VUUWH , iic*u u i*xiti.n.cil iiy at tUo OUUllUF day m parts of Iowa southeast of, house at the Ambrose A. Call state here, and made short stops at various places: at Cedar Falls on bus- park last Thursday evening. Henry Kern stopped at Carl •• — — — „ _ „„._ „„ wv»w AAJ5I-11 j -j.k.G.1 i-i DUU jyjJcu tit iness, at Eldora to visit the Henry Kern's over Sunday, en route to Fauerbys and Harold Geronsin, and | his son's home at Tipton to spend at Iowa Falls to visit the Ernest Wolfes and the Clyde Brooks family. Zelda Wolfe came back with them as far as Lone Rock to visit the winter. He was returning from Wadena, Minn., where he summered with another son. George Boettcher went to Osakis, Minn., Sunday to get Mrs. Boettcher and the children, who spent last lier cousin, Mrs. Calvin House- JiOldei. <=i nuu mi: umiuruii, wno spent last Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyers en- week with Mrs. Boettcher's sister tertained relatives of Mrs. Meyers Mrs. Carl Lovstad. George purSunday: Mrs. Polly Hansen, Mrs. t chased hogs there. Inga Thompson, Theodore Ras-1 The Henry Tjadens W E Laatje mussen and Mrs. B. Knutson, St.,and J. A. Schwartz famines were Peter, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben entertained at C. F. C. Laage's Sun- Chalstrom Lafayette, Minn.; Mr. \ day. The W. E. and Ray Stoebers and Mrs. Fred Finley, Gaylord, I attended a Stoeber family reunion Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Se-jat Charles City. The Samuel Knors, of Delmar, were dinner guests recently at the John Wallace's, where they stopped en route from Minnesota. Mr. Knor, cousin to Mrs. Wallace, is a minister. - . --.-•- ---- — Mrs. L. J. Amling, daughter Kath* win' r£ gl ? a , ndTJ ackie were ryn Louise, and Charlotte Amling, at William Turley's, Lakota, Sun- Mason City, called on Dr and Mrs. lay. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn and • James Mueller Fridav Hary Ann were dinner guests at G.'""— .. - . J B. Johnson's, and in the afternoon, with the Johnsons, went to Lu Verne to call on the Edw. Deh- nerts. Mr. and Mrs. John Ruhnke, sou valdson, Mankato, daughter Mona Dvonne. All had a picnic dinner n the park and in the afternoon went to West Bend to see the grot- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Reimers and klrs. Dorothy Gerhards and her They are old friends and schoolmates. Lois Burwash, Youngstown, Ohio, visited her brother, M. E. Burwash, last week Mr. Burwash, who had blood poisoning in his foot six rlsit Mr. Ruhnke'8 cousin, Edw. I Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bailey, Na- per, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Newel, Kanawha, and their grandson, Jay Johnson, spent the week end at George Newel's. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nellis, Renwick, and their daughter Rosemary were supper guests at Carl Kern's Sunday. They came to visit their uncle, Henry Kern. Mrs. Kate Newel, Mrs. Rose Rel- chanbach, Mrs. L. G. Newel, and the i latter's son Franklin were dinner •guests at John Newel's Saturday evening. j The Henry Schaupps, Dunlap I came Saturday to visit at the Geo' Seims family, the Robert and the I Ernest Vottelers, and other rela- j tives. | Mr and Mrs. Ray Chrlschilles i and their son Ronald drove to Odebolt Saturday to visit Mrs. Chris- chilles' uncle, returning Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham and her sons Bruce and Gordon spent the week-end at Ames and Des Moines with relatives. Delores, 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fisher, had a tonsillectomy at Doctor Mueller's office last Thursday. The Melvin Kerns, Sexton, were dinner guests Sunday at Carl Kern's. Carl was celebrating a birthday. The Joe Landsteiners, Fairmont and the Rufus Drews, Estherville' were at Ernest Votteler's Sunday' Dr. S. W. Meyer attended a recent surgical clinic at the Dr J Earl Jones hospital, Fairmont The Herman Gades, Robert Bells and Warner Haley, Algona, spent Sunday at the Okobojis Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Grienert are parents of a 6-lb. daughter born last week Tuesday Mrs. Arnold Domek and a sister, of Emmetsburg. were at William Donahoe's Sunday. vi^TS 08 Kresensky . Iowa City, visited her cousin, Verona Weisbrod, last week. ,. A! . fre d Schlei, Klemme, visited his brother Edward Sunday. s Boy's Fail School Suits I Your son may not be ready for the i first bell, but we are . . . and if i you knew how we worked during ; those hot days in July selecting and i whipping this new stock into shape, i you'd know how glad we are now | that the'suits are here awaiting action. | 7.50 to 12.50 New shirts ' 65c to 1.00 New Caps 50c to 1.00 New Sweaters 50c to 2.95 New Pants 1.25 to 2.50 Men's and young men's Fall Hats 1.95 to 3.50 Stetson $6 Fall Suits hang o ut their shingle Who's going to be the first client? When you were wondering what put on your sunburn, Ulcsc garments were being s,,an kc(1 ' ' shape over the knees O f America' finest journeyman tailors. And now that you're homo and they're here, we want, you to See them even tho' you haven't the faintest idea of purchasing new clothing. Having you buy them . . . j sil > t fte idea at all. Having you see them ... IS. They are the cleverest styled garments ever designed f or men to wear and women to admire and it would be a pity for you to put off until October the excitement you can put on tomorrow. Zender&Caldwell Fall Suits Single-Breasted or double-breasted models All New Fall Colors —at no advance in price for Fall, See these new suits at this low price 13.50 18.50 22.50 24.50 and 29.50 Zender & Caldwell NORTHWEST IOWA'S LARGEST CLOTHING STOCK ALGONA you'll A room is only as handsome as its rugs. After all, they are the veiy foundation for the interior beauty of a home. That's why we so strongly recommend floor coverings by the Bigelmy Weavers. Every Bigelow rug and carpet is woven with Lively Wool, that springs back underfoot and preserves their beauty so muc h longer. We've just received a new shipment of Bigelow floor coverings that include many Wely new patterns> You should be sure to see them. T* vAAvrujtvi. ut; 5| Foster Lively Wool wring* fr«* "

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