Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
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.« e. 1934. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAGETHRJOI Creek BeatsAlgona at Celebration But Loses to Same Team Sunday 'SDAY Good Hopers Preparing For Church Conference played ball after- Good Hope, Sept. 5—But three weeks remain till the mooting of the annual conference of the Methodist church in Northwest Iowa, and there is much to be done in rounding up the affairs of Good and' was formerly 'Lois' Spear " Hope church so that a satisfactory >^»-.u. by Frank Spear, father of Mrs Sarcliott, visited the Festus Mapes Saturday and Sunday at Rarlham, oO miles west of Don Moincs. Mrs. Mapos is a sister of Mrs. Sarchctt, be made. It is essential that all members and communi- n between two threshing cants be presen t at all remaining 'Letts Creek Farmers g un( i a y services is possible, as mat- the Lone Rockers terg o j i m p or tancc will be consid- one , It"* , , e \ Rock: ered at each one. The last quarter, i other " ' me was between Al- ly conference will be hold at Wbil- T Jts Creek, and the bat- temorc a t 2 o'clock on the aftor- Creek was Gross and no(m of g cp t cm ber 17, and at. Good for Algona, Swanson Hope the same CVGn i ng- Meetings " *ihl- le 10-4. M. & I). (;itil> Meets Thursday— A regular mooting of the Union Mothers £ Daughters club was hold Mrs. Bertha Sarchott's last Thursday, "American 30 present. Cartoonists," A paper, was pre- , ' Lo tts Creek won this of notn i n ating, pulpit, and Stewarts' ' summary: strikeouts comm mees must be held. Sunday, 6; for Gross, 9; nits September 23, arrangements for '"""nn'13: off Gross, 6. I reception of members and baptism v the Algona team again of adults and children will bo made, tolls Creek here. Bach ot other matters of special interest had won a game before, > aro being planned for the day. T.ct was played off, Algona i ev ery member demonstrate the loy- R.O. 'ally pledged to the church, and Brewing Co., New ^ 0 n j g or ^ or p. lr t towards the suc- Mlnn, had offered' a $25 P"™^ cessful closing of the year. * wlnn rnr Jon 6 BUinchard and Sisters in Vlsltlnp Tour— v mise- for Lotts Creek, i Mrs. Clarence Salisbury and her |S ' and Eddie Wlchten- sister, Mrs. Maine Steinman, re- strikeouts for turned recently from an extended sented by Mrs. Clara Cruikshank. Four Ilnve Infoslimil Flu— Among victims of intestinal flu during the. last several days have been Mr. and Mrs. "Bob" Harvey, daughter Shirley Ann, and Mrs. C. The latter is still in 'I,. L. Dil.tmer. bed. chard, 10; Mittag, 12; hits trip In several states during which they visited relatives and friends. A week was spent with the Allen off Mittag, two, one galisburys at Tlpton and the Wal- the other by Kanouff. ^er Gramenzes at Moline, 111.; and ' made by D. Blanch- a week at the John Aliens, Racine, - —--•- wig., during which a day was spent at the Century of Progress fair. The next stop was at Des Moines, where several days wore spent with the Walter Reids. Mrs. Steinman returned from there, Mrs. Salisbury going on to visit her son Donald at Trenton, Mo. Mrs. Salisbury has since returned, and will be in the neighborhood a week 01 ten days. She will be joined here by her husband and son Ralpl after which they will return to their home in Wyoming. Aid Officers Are Chosen— A postponed meting of the Good Hope L. A. S. was held at Mrs. Eth el Smith's Friday. A large group of members and guests spent a pleasant afternoon, and busines: of importance was transacted. Elcc tion of officers resulted in nam ing Mrs. Myrtle Rutledge president tfrs. Carrie Bourne, vice; Mrs. Max ne Dittmor, socreeary-trcasurcr Vfrs. Erma Harvey assisted IT Smith in entertainment. Blanchard. Trip- Fish and Wan, nd aTome'run^by Wander. Other Lotts Creek. [Leininger family reunion was Id Sunday at William Lein- fer's in honor of Grandma Lein- *r who, however, was unable ad because of sickness. She , her daughter, Mrs. Rudolf Algona. Attending: the Jos. ningers, John Leininger, the Leiningers, Rudolph Will, Mrs. John Meine, Whltte- ire'The Arthur Baumanns, Doll- f the Louis Hackbarths, Frank Le, the Arnold Meines, the ink George, Tom and John Shel- the Fred Gebkins, and the Ru- ''Tietze's, all of Algona; Carl e Whittemore, Julius Wills, the Kohlwes family, and the Earl nsens. Dinner was served at E. Wetzel, St. Paul, and her m ,en, Wenonah, Phylis, Doro- and Robert visited at the Wil- Wetzel and Richard Potratz ! last week. This is a correc- n item in last week's news i an error was made in the lice office. They left Saturday after two weeks here. ora Pompe, Gladys Sanders, former's mother, Mrs. Al- Kressin were at Correction- le last week Tuesday and Weday. Misses Pompe and Sanders be at Estherville during the iol year, where Miss Sander will [teacher and Miss Pompe has I an apartment. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. ferett Dreyer and son Derrill Don, [Fenton, to Hollandale and Aus- p, Minn., last Thursday. At Aus- they visited the Kohlwes son, |ear Kohlwes, and the Henry and 1 Dreyers and Robert Jacobs. Ella Wetzel visited last week at uncle Walter Genrlch's, near Verne. Henry Wetzel is there bile Mr. and Mrs. Genrich are at Jexander, Minn., where they form- till Novejnberjl fly lived. Their son John spent : week at William Wetzel's. Conditions in Southern Town— The Roy Sarchetts, accompanied Other Good Hope. The Quinten and Cecil Bjustroms nd Mrs. Maxino Dilttner drove to bicago last Thursday to spend ovoral days at the Century of TWO CHANGES IN LAKOTA'S SCHOOL STAFF Lakota, Sept. 5—The local public schools reopened Monday, with the largest enrollment on record. Following is the faculty this year: superintendent, Earl L. Grabau; principal, R. E. Hamquist, coach and mathematics; 1st and 2nd grades, Lucy Carson, St. Ansgar; 3rd and 4th grades, Helen Awe, Buffalo Center; 5th and Gth grades, Edith Buxton, Olin; 7th and 8th grades, Clara Chipman, Anamosa; home economics and English, Blanche Miller, Hampton; music and typing, Evelyn Barnett, Atlantic. Misses Chipman and Barnott are new on the teaching force succeeding Mrs. F. 0. Johnson anc Audrey Hastings. Fivo Aitctiil State Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Ukena, Mr and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, and Mrs J. H. Warburton drove to Des Ledyard Church Festival Is Outstanding Success icing a brother of the Bjustrom vomen. They returned Tuesday light. They are in the drought district, ,nd arc facing the winter with an ilmost complete lack of feed for heir livestock. All chickens too 'oung to market have been killed account of this lack, and there s a question whether the dairy iord will not have to he disposed of. Tt would be well if every resident of this northern Iowa district could visit some of these stricken sections in order to become properly nimble and grateful for benefactions here. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood wore at Whittemoro Friday, attend- ng a meeting of the L. A. S. Members of the Rodman and West Bend 3hurch organizations were guests. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood and Mrs. Lihby Treptow wore quests at Erwin Turner's Sunday for dinner and the afternoon. The Nate Parrs were here from Austin, Minn., for an over-Sunday visit with the Stoinmans. Martha and Esther Madson were dinner guests at Wallace McArthur's Sunday. Mrs. Will Rath has returned from Illinois, where she visited two weeks. The Will Brodcrsons were at Des Moines last week. tend the state fair. Madison county won first in woman's projects. One exhibit of the farm women's "hobby" department consisted o£ relics, as old books, pictures, jewelry, etc.; another, of paintings; and another of cardboard weaving. A gladioli exhibit was much smaller than usual, but the farm and stock exhibits were good. Ledyard, Sept. 5—The annual Sacred Heart church festival and chicken supper took place last week Tuesday. In the afternoon the Bancroft lunior Legion defeated Lake Mills, 11-3, after which Bancroft played Mills in a thriller which ran 15 innings. Neither team scored till the sixth inning, when Bancroft got two runs. In the first half of the ninth, Lake Mills got three, but in the last half Bancroft got a run to tie. Then neither team was able to score till the 15th inning, when Bancroft had a man on second and one on third, and the catcher failed to field a passed ball quickly enough to prevent the man on third from scoring. Bancroft thus won, 4-3. Following this game a chicken supper was served, and the band furnished music. L. E. Linnan, Algona, was introduced by the Rev. Father Sturm pastor, and Mr. Linnan in turn introduced the speaker, the Hon. J J. Meyers, Carroll, democratic can- didate for congress from the eighth district. There were the usual concessions, stands, and other means of intertaintnent, and later in the ivening prizes were won as folows: Round trip to Chicago, John J. ?eisinger, Fort Dodge. Spring calf, Ralph Young, Kneir- n. Five dollars cash, Leon Hlltz, Bancroft. Half ton coal, Joseph Sturm, Carroll. Five sacks flour, Frank Fredericks, Buffalo Center. One hundred pounds sugar, "Happy" Albricht, Ledyard. Five dollars cash, G. F. Deim, Swea City. Six chickens, Clara Williams, Carroll. Four sacks flour, Rose Hackfort, Carroll. Year's subscription to Bancroft Register, R. F. Steinmetz, Buffalo Center. Quilt, Mrs. George Breen, Woden. The bazaar held in connection with the celebration netted $500. her home. The Rev. and Mrs. F. 0. Johnson left Monday for Knoxville, where they are spending the week with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Needham, Albert Lea, were here to celebrate Sauerkraut day. They are former residents of Lakota. Carrie and Margaret Durant and their brother William, Algona, were at Samuel Warburton's last week Wednesday. Cyvilla and Ruth Caylor, Bancroft, and Helen Stuart, Algona, visited the P. L. Koppens over the week-end. Mrs. Raymond Smith and Mrs. Bob Heitland, Buffalo Center, were at Mrs. Delia Smith's last Thursday. The Chris Asmussons have returned from a visit with Mr. Asmussen's father at Sioux City. Mrs. E. R. Worley's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. M. H. Bailey, Mason City, re spending this week here. The E. N. Clemans family has noved to Burt, where Mr. Clemans orks in a printing office. Anna and Agnes Olson, of Ban- roft, were callers at Jerry Heet- and's last week Tuesday. John Steinberg, New York City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Steinberg^ is visiting relatives here. Mrs. H. H. Furst, Clear Lake,. spent last week with her mother*, Mrs. Minnie Heetland. Mrs. Harry Olsen, Minneapolis* s visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Boeckholt. Three Off for a Tour- Mr, and Mrs. August Baiiman Grnnddnuglitpr for Mussmans— Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman received word one day last week that a (laughter, Barbara Lee, was born to their son George and his wife last week Monday at Ellsworth, Minn. This makes five children for the George Mussmans, who moved from Lakota to Ellsworth a few years ago. George works in railroad yards. ners and buns were served free at Raymond spent most of last week at Minneapolis, buying fall goods for the store. Billy Dawson, Excelsior, Minn., came here with them, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs Ward Dawson, came down Saturday to take him home Sunday. Samuel Warburton, Harry Warburton, Edith Buxton, Charles Peterson, and Beth Hamquist went to Clear Lake Sunday to attend a and John Meyers Jr, left a week ago Sunday for a trip through the Black Hills and to Canada. Mr. Meyer goes north every fall to escape hay fever. Coder Brothers Lose Father— Bert and Quince Coder were Sauerkraut Buy Draws Crowd— The annual Sauerkraut day drew a large crowd, as usual. Many old- timers came to spend the day with old friends, concessions, lined the streets. Sauerkraut, wie- called to Letts a week ago Sunday Rite-Way grocers' picnic. The usual number of eating stands, etc., by news of the sudden death of their father, N. C. Coder, 84. The Coder brothers live three miles east of town. Five Go on Fishing Trip— E. R. Worley, Sid Lindsay, Charles Gutknecht, and Fred and Henry Schroeder left Sunday for Lake Winnebigoshish, Minn., for a week of fishing. Other Lakota News. Mrs. C. R. Smith and her son Lewis Faulkner and two children came Saturday for a few days witl the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs Jos. Faulkner, and his sister, Mrs A-lrec Boeckholt. Letha Young, who is nursing a Swea City, spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Samuel Warburton. Sh leaves this week for her home ir Wisconsin. Mrs. William Thaves spent las week with her daughters, the Mes dames Francis Young and Jame Scherhagl. Her son Clyde brough Roy Carpenter, 66, Dies in Illinois Roy Carpenter, 66, well known! Algonian 30 years ago, died Friday at his Rockford, 111., home, according to a Rockford newspaper sent by Mrs. E. P. Wilson. Funeral ser~ vices were announced for this week; Tuesday, and Spanish-American, war veterans were to be In charge* of the burial rites. Mr. Carpenter.. who was born September 20, 1868,, in Buchanan county, Iowa, and, lived 29 years at Rockford. He left two brothers, Dell and J. D., botli of Rockford. j Temple Out as T. M. J. F. Temple, publisher of thd 1 Bode Bugle, who has been Boder postmaster 13 years, has been succeeded by J. P. Jensen as acting:. postmaster. HE WKEELBASE and the ENGINE of IS THE of price I I U/M, OLDTIMER AT LUVERNE, DIES Lu Verne, Sept. 5—Funeral services were held Monday at the Evangelical church for William Brummond, who died Friday evening at 6 o'clock. Mr. Brummond, who was born near Prairie du Chien, Wis., had lived here more than 50 years. He would have been 90 had he lived Thursday and the tonsils removed. trio had their Circus He was a mem- Ed. Kressin got home Sat|day from Chicago, where she had sited and attended the world's fir. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. pdolph Wehrspan, Fairvtlle. Mrs. and Mr. Wehnspan are [other and sister. Henry Geists, Chicago, who been at the Richard Potratz ne and with relatives at Algona 1 Lu Verne, left last week Wed- for home via Des Moines, fcvenport. and Geneseo, 111. [Elsie Kohlwes went to Esther- [lle Saturday for a visit, returning "day, and attending a picnic at mmetsburg, Loretta Meyer, Alma, accompanied her. |A watermelon party was given at nold Meine's Friday evening. At"ling: members of the little Ger- ! band and their families. Meyer gave a party Sun. Attending: Amanda Kadlng, ilyn Pompe, Lida and Bertha itratz, and Lorena Meyer. |A card party was given Sunday ™ng at Alex Radig's In honor of i Ed. Petersons and Mary Radlg, ladena, Calif. surprise party was given last "irsday evening at Albert Witt- 'Ws in honor of Mrs. Wlttkopf's rthday. .Mrs. Robt. Dreyer is at Lu Verne •6 for her mother, Mrs. Ferd- Ruhnke, who is sick. her of the town council during his early years here, and for more than 30 years he operated the Queal lumberyard. Mr. Brummond left three daughters: Mrs. Ella Woito and Mrs. Laura Woito, Lu Verne; and Mrs. Mattie Kehrer, Boise, Ida. A brother Charles Brummond, lives at Gladstone, N. D. Mrs. Brummond died in November, 1924. The Rev. D. Lang officiated at the funeral, and a quartet composed of Mrs. Lewis Merkle, Marie and Paul Knopf, and Paul Blumer, with Mrs. Fred Merkle as pianist, furnished music. Interment was in lie Lu Verne cemetery. Wm. Ristau and Mrs. Gus Baess- er went to Sioux City Sunday for a visit. Schools Are Open Again— The public schools, which opened VIonday, have the following faculty: superintendent, Alex Evans; rincipal, Fred Graham; mathe- natics, history, and orchestra, Willard Lankerak, of Pella; Eng- Ish, Latin, and dramatics, Corinne ackman, Cylinder; commercial, home economics, Margaret Van Bancroft I io £ ellaneou s shower was giv- « Thursday evening at Henry '"ngs home by Mildred and '"it Bettering and Mrs. Frank « for Monica' Underkofler. '•BIX attended and cards and " were played. Mrs. A. H. ng won high at bridge, Mrs. ochiitz, second; Patricia Sher- Mgh at Cootie, Callista Els"• second. Miss Underkofler married Deitering next week to chard Underkofler and Georgia r nans Carmean returned Sun- iew« ?? Rock 'ord and Chicago, !^ *ey spent a week. At Rock- visited Mrs. Earl Elliot t . the Carnaeans. returned Frl- ^ fal0 Center, where he store two weeks. - Olcott< Ol Otto Vaske have if evening. Mary Unis caring for "" , and Mrs i> sou, bora Chance Sabln, Lake u.\Jmv *j\*\j++u*~~-.**~i ---- — _ Patten. Ames; 7th and 8th grades and grade music, Mrs. Viola Bishop, Algona; 5th and 6th grades, Ruth Smith, Manly; 3rd and 4th grades, Miriam Troutman, Woodward; 1st and 2nd grades, Esther Jearchs, Algona. Seeks Relief from Hay Ferer- Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbln and Richard Bekman, Alton, left Satui- day for a few weeks in northern Minnesota, where the doctor hopes to get relief from hay fever. Dr. F. O. Rolfs, Aplington, is taking care of Doctor Corbin's practice and is living in the Corbin house. Elected Clear lake Teacher- Friends of Ange Roorda, formei mathematics teacher here, learn that she has a position in the Clear Lake schools again this yew Miss Roorda was taking the place of a teacher on a year's leave of absence, but that teacher recently resigned to be married. Miss Roorda was then elected to fill tne vacancy. _ _ Parochial School is Beopened— Hand Krnisefl in Wringer— Mrs. John Genrich caught a hand in a washing machine wringer last; week Monday. No bones broken, but the hand was painfully bruised. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Austin Burtis left last week with her sister, Ann Jutte, Webster City and Beth and Bonny Whittington for Chicago. After attending the fair Mrs. Burtis and Miss Jutte came home by way of Madison Wis., to bring Betty Burtis home. Betty spent the last three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Willard Hershe. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty, and Mr and Mrs. Loyd Zentner attended the state fair several days last week and camped at the tent city. Mr and Mrs. Jas. Johnson, Armm- tha, and their guests, Mrs. Wm. Shaffer and daughter Joan, of independence, attended the fair a couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clark, ot Stanley, and Robert Clark, Hannibal, Mo., were guests over the week-end at Oscar's sister, Mrs. J. R Farrell's. Lucille Clark, who had been here two weeks, accom- anied them home. Mr and Mrs. Carl Meier, Melch- r arrived Saturday to visit their on Edward. Their daughters Esher and Anna, who teach in North akota, brought them on the way , take up the work of a new jhool year. The Fred Baumgartners took a acation trip to Wisconsin last veek in their new Chevrolet. Mis. latt Baumgartner Sr. accompanied h The Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Baddeley nd Mr and Mrs. H. C. Allen were uests at S. E. Smith's in Minneap- lis several days last week. Mr and Mrs. Mert Barton took heir daughter Fern to Sioux City riday to resume nusrmg studies o a week ago Tuesday, School began Monday at the co Lutheran parochial school, with i 0 In attendance. Erwin Boone, who taught here last year is again in charge, and is rooming at Mrs. Rosa Steussy s. "»«»*, Mrs. whQ home with them. tSomSLu Verne worn There NEVER has been anything quite like it in this community.' Not. ju»t another salel Not just another demonstration—BUT a real FUN circus. While we have arranged this big event to show our beautiful new line of Glow Maid ranges and Glow Boy circulating heaters, it REALLY is going to be FUN, day at our store. It's just a friendly party to show our appreciation to our old friends and to give us an opportunity to get acquainted with new ones. You don't have to buy a thing. We just want you to come down sa our guests and have a good time. BUT—the store will be simply filled with bargains for those who want to shop. and t the Methodist hospital Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty ottie Mason attended the Wm. Hagerhorst funeral at Eagle Grove of Fort news Mariory Leo Boyle, E spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Harry Von Mrs a 'Albert Genrich was called Sioux City one day last week by of the serious illness of her a Ann Ramus, Eunice Thompson fester WUdin, and William Par- ,0ns attended the world's fair last Ve Mr's Wm. Ellis was called to Chicago last Thursday by the serious illness of her daughter, Alice. Mr and Mrs. Harold Neilson and Mr and Mrs. Mike Stripling were world's fair visitors last week. The Everett Thompsons, of Lake were guests of his father City, last week. Peter Thompson, last wee*. Mr and Mrs. Emil Anderson, Orville? and Mrs. George Wolfe were Omaha visitors last week. Mrs? Blanche Walton, Beaver has been visiting her sister Mrs. Frank Smith. - 4 ,„,„,« Ella May Johnson of Algona visited her grandmother, Mrs. B. F ' Worby is auite ill w t the home of her son Mrs . Lm —- Schipulls visited Eagle Grove relatives Sunday, Tenth Child Is Born. Fenton. Sept. 5-Mr. and Mueller had charge. Most Startling, Amazing, Baking Demonstration OU have Ever Seen Imagine baking in a coal-wood range without a chimney and only a 60-inch PAPER smoke pipe!!! Well, that's just exactly what you will SEE when you come down to this Globe Circus. We wilt have one of the beautiful new Glow Maid ranges all set up and operating. It will NOT be connected to a chimney and will have only a abort PAPER smoke pipe. Yet there will be NO smoke or gas and you will see us bake Glow Maid Candy Stick cookies while you wait. No one has ever DARED such a demonstration before. It will be the talk of the town. Prizes Galore SEE OUR WINDOWS// Remember we said this would be "FUN" day — a real Circus. So we're giving prizes for the Fattest Man — the Tallest Man - the 8 Shortest Man - AND THE LARGEST FAMILY visiting our store Circus Day. It's all m fun—so let's have a lot of it. And don't forget — there are prizes for the kids in the morning, too. Every child in the country will want one of the new Globe Balloon Maps of the World. A few will be given as prizes. Look! Look! How Old is Your Old Stove Here's your chance to sell it at a big pricel! We are going to pay #1.00 a year for every year of the age of the oldest range or .heater (in actual use) reported to us on Circus Day. That means if it w 25 years old we will pay #25.00 (#1.00 for each year) to apply on the purchase price of a new Glow Maid range or new Glow Boy heater. If it's 35 years old, #35.00; fifty years, #50.00, etc. Your stove MIGHT be the oldest. By all means enter it in this contest. See the Qlow Maid Bake and Cook Without a Chimney I onlv see this remarkable demonstration something different In cookies. If you want EAT Ae Sow Ed Candy Stick Cook- the recipe we will gladly give it to you. hot from the oven. Something new and Whether you are intereste4 in 8 new ra.ge right now or whether you're not— you can't afford to miss this remarkable show. We'll be expecting you. Children Must Be Accompanied by Parents Afternoon and Evening Come and Have a Good Time—Meet Your Friends—Saturday! Nelson Hardware - Algona

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