Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1934 · Page 3
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,11 Uses for loney Allege Tuition Ihool Books and her School leeds taxes tinier Fuel jeavier Clothing [ceded Home (epairs ptyment of cumulated ebts cessary Car epairs need money for j'rany other worthy is, our "Friendly Fama Service" is available [for the asking. can secure up to $300, 1 or even 25 months to |if desired. Monthly |ts are arranged to iur income and pay jquiry will not obli- iu, and may be the [of solving your finan- nblems. See |, N, KRUSE Phone 125 Whittemore ABE KENNE, 57, PASSES AFTER ONLY 2 DAYS Whittemore, Sept. 32—Abraham Kenne, 57, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kenne, died of sl4 >- ng sickness last Thursday morning at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. He fell sick last week Tues- 5"^yyfeA^ r ° Dortor mado lgona, inquiring of ' ggping Sickness Dies Sudden! was born in Gerrmnv in 1877, and in 1880 was brought to America by his parents. They live in Illinois till 1890, when u,ov moved to Lu Verne. In ]OOG, they came here. The elder Konno died in 1914 and the widow in ]030 Since then Abraham had lived hero with his brother John. Abraham was never married. Funeral services were hold at St Michael's Catholic church Saturday m ° Arntn e. Father Veil saying mass. Abraham Is survived by seven brothers: Anthony, Casper, Henrv and Herman, Des Moines, and Theodore, John, and Otto, hero Pallbearers were Charles Kol" ~ " 'os. Smith, Lubenthal, William Oliver, "John and Alfred Grill. Out of town relatives and friends who attended the funeral wore- Herman Kenne, daughters Catherine and Lucile, and Anthony, Casper, and Henry Kenne; the John Von Banks and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Bormann, Irvington; Peter Kenne, Esthervlllo; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kenne and Fred Miller, Lu Ve I n ™,, Mr - and Mrs - R °y Kcnn <= and Mike Von Bank, West Bend- E. J .Van Ness, Mike Kalen, son Max, Algona, Burial was made in St. Michael's cemetery. Elberts in Family Reunion— An Elbert reunion, the first in Representing EBAL FINANCE Dos Moines CO. — weigh the r dollar buys with the amount it >uy in November, be amazed when &lize how much iave really saved by ' now! ttsford's serless 'oal _ Call can be car. MBER co. six years, was held at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Attending: the Frank Brennans, Emmetsburg; the Jack Higleys, Ralph Fandels, and Harvey Higleys, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kelly, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley, of Fairmont; Roy Higley, Des Moines; Mrs. McEnroe, son Leslie, Evelyn Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Elbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. John Schumaker, the Lawrence Monkes and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schumal er, Bancroft; the Elmer Doles, In ington; the Erwin Olsons, We: ley; and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yahnk Mason City. Dinner and suppe were served. August Slielko 80; Celebration— A surprise party at August Mie ke's Sunday honored his 80t birthday. Dinner was served I Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Arnold, Oelweln Mrs. Hattie Mahr and her familj Waterloo; the Alex Mitchells an the William Mielkes, Northwood the Adolph Seegers, Twin Lake Minn.; the Albert Kressins an Frank Pompes, Lotts Creek Gladys Saunders, Estherville; th Walter Ohms, Fenton; and the Ma cumbers, Lone Rock. Advance Error is Corrected— A report in last week's Advanc that Abraham Kenne was taken from the county jail to the Kos suth hospital was erroneous. H was taken there from his brothe John's here. -.MM swotti, B E ' T a c r ngton ' R v - "irlmnn, I ! £ r£' m ™' Doctor " tor c mostly 2« (load . --, and Doc. - Sentiment was agamst. Germany. Of the interviewed six are now suf- Allen and Mrs. W. H. hostesses. Klamp as e— , suit for $20,000 against n railroad the result of an^dent uhich a son was killed while 1 '"" as brakcman near Burling- Jl'r. a: Moo were en * * * * gonlan 44 years. • * « home about th Wp had good luck with tires till jc ' reached Salt Lake City, "'" nats in "° m ]iad to Sberi * * * , when Sheriff G. A weapons. concealed * • • • promoted to cashier, and H. E ist to assistant cashier. Theo' -hnschllles Sr. was^ice president: Howard Kanoutf. 9, attempted a up to see the world. H e g 0t as ar as Lu Verne, where a railroad conductor put h lm off a train, and 10 then returned to his home. * * * * An Algona teacher, Blanche Stevens, surprised Algona friends b> bnngmg a husband to town w itn her. She came to resign. * * * * A Jackson automobile belonging to Jos. Flciger, Whittemore, was ruined by fire, following an accident in which the car ran into the ditch No one was hurt. * * * Mrs. Rooney's Father Sick- Mrs. Irene Rooney received won one day last week of the seriou sickness of her father, T. F. Muel ler, Butte, Mont., and she left Sun day for his bedside. Begins Teaching at Chicago— Ava Simpson left for Chicag last Thursday to teach in a publi school. tur E COMING furnac e or boil- **** TUT SHOP '»Heating Stetal Phone 83 NTED , e 5, p !°yed or uu- Iowa. Other "Whittemore. Dorothy and Bobby Braatz were sick last week. Mr. and Mrs Harry Mathahs, Wesley, and Mary and Albert Swanson, Klemme, were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Braatz home. Ralph Braatz, jon o Robert Braatz, with the CCC a Forest City, spent the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel Mrs. Arthur Fandel, and the latter's daughter Martha Ann visited the Arthur Fandel at Truman Minn., Saturday. Arthur, who is employed In a jewelry store there, is now spending a few days here. The Chris Blinkmans, Lu Verne Minn., called at Albert Behnke's Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Benke accompanied them home for t week, after which they will spenc the winter with another child. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thul, Clarion visited at Mike Thul's and Peter Schumaker's Sunday. Mrs. Schumaker and Mr. Thul are daughter and son respectively of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Thul. The Tom Weirs spent the weekend at Wm. Littleton's, Carroll Neb. On the way home they stopped at Whitney to visit the Lawrence Brendens. The N. J. Meurers, Plover, and the J. T. Meurers, Wesley, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Joseph Meurer and her son Lucian. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach at tended a recent birthday party at Fenton in honor of Mrs. August Zumach's birthday. Swaney's dance band hero will play at a Legion-Auxiliary benefit party at West Bend next week Wednesday night. Lullus Smith, Chicago, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith, left Saturday night for his home at Chicago, after a visit here. John N. Cullen left Tuesday for St. Paul's Seminary for his last year there preparotory to the priesthood. The Arthur Balmers, of Dolliver, were Monday guests of Mrs. Balmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Meine. The Arthur Balmers, Dolliver, Visited Mrs. Balmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Meine, last Thursday. Mrs. Matilda Ward is seriously sick at her daughter, Mrs. Mike Koppen's. . , An attempt to commit robbery a£ the Miner candy kitchen was foiled when the intruders, after breaking in through a window, found a door locked and went no farther. >S- sf( sjt >;t Two buildings were being erected for the county fair. One was a cattle barn and the other a speed barn. * # * # The financial outlook for a chau- tauqua that week was discouraging, for there had been rains and the roads were bad. Senator Cummins was one of the speakers, and the state band was to play. * * * * The district court clerk had had numerous inquiries about naturalizations from foreign born persons who were afraid they might b called overseas to take part in th European conflict. A son had just been born to Mr and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy. Coinci dently Mr. McEvoy had been electee director of the Kossuth Counts Itate bank. * * * * Lewis H. Smith had left witl his daughter, Mrs. Howard Wal- selves. • » * » Oh the editorial page the ' w ^?,eave the latest-'News of' « • *« rn 1 a consulate in Germany, The war had shut off news from Germany. mail id his him. and lace, for a trip via Montana to the itate of Washington. * * * * There was a short banking scare following the opening of the world war, but after a meeting o: jankers at Des Moines no more was heard of it. Local banks were op- rating as usual. * * * * The E. G. Bowyers had received vord that the son-in-law, Walter iVhiffen, had been ordered to St 'etersburg, Russia, by the Associated Press. He had been at Mexico * * * A Burt swain stole a ride on .. Northwestern freight to Algona, >ut the train failed to stop here and he had to get the engineer to top for him three miles south of own. * * * * The world war was then only 19 _ays old, but a column story in the Advance already told of a great ise in prices in the U. S. Sugar a nonth before had been 5c a pound, )Ut had risen to 8c, and would go o lOc shortly, because European nations had bought most of the available stocks in New York and n Cuba. A shortage was threat- ned. Flour was up 20c a sack. Soaps and meats had also risen, nd drugs were going up nearly 00 per cent, because many of the rugs used in America had been manufactured in German laborator- es. It was thought the war could not last long. England was ex- ected to gain control of the seas nd relieve shipping areas. * * * * The Rev. Frank E. Day wrote a eport for the Advance of the Bapst Assembly at Iowa Falls. At- jnding with him and his family -ere Mrs. Emily Rawson, Georgia nd Zadonna Rawson, and Eva resnell. * * * « The Henry Turnbaughs had gone o Altoona, Pa., for a family gath- ring, and while they were there a rother of Mr. Turnbaugh died. * » * * The Ezra farm impjement busi- 3ss across the street west from he courthouse had been sold to Br- BURT SENDING 24 AWAY FOR COLLEGE WORK BUrt, Sept. 11—Burt will have a large number of college students this year. Among those who have already entered school or will with- 'n a few days are Einer Morness, 5eonge Graham, Grover Fairbanks, Dealt and Rachel Clapsaddle, and a at Coe; Marilda T Brooke, and Paul Jr., Iowa City; Helen Schroeder, Margaret Morness, Wendell and Donald Patterson, Ronald El- vidgft, John Schroeder, Myron Chipman, to Ames; Gardner Patterson, Ann Arbor, Mich; Beada Kollasch Pearl Woltz, and Dale Kennedy at Hamilton's business college, Mason Ciyt) Arthur Mitchell and Joe Gra- larn, Morningside; Clarence Schrader and Raemond Koestler, Cedar Falh(. Vrm$trong Aid is Hostess— The following ladies attended a .adics' Aid guest day at Armstrong ast week Tuesday: Mrs. C. B .'hipman, Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Mrs X F. Whalen, Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, Mrs. C. H. Schrader, Mrs. C. B Mitchell, Mrs. G. C. Allen, and Mrs. J. Hj Graham. Vera Chipman accompanied them to Swea City, where she visited her friend, Dovie Elliot. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell and son Arthur drove the cars. Claps addle to Medical Meefr— Dr, J. G. Clapsaddle, Dean, and Ralp:i, Charles Hanna and the Rev. Gladstone, Lone Rock, left Monday for Cedar Rapids, where Dean, Rachel, and Charles will attend Coe college. The Rev. Mr. Gladstone will i ttend a meeting in Cedar Rapids, and Doctor Clapsaddle went on to lo^va City to attend a medical meeting for several days. He expects to return Saturday. Visit Relatives in S. D.— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Mr. and Hrs. L. A. Boettcher and F. A. Ringsdorf returned Thursday from a few days visit with relatives at Newark, S, D. The Earl and Ross Ringsdorf families live there at preseat. However, the Earl Rings- dorfs expect to move to Oregon and ;he Ross Ringsdorfs will farm near [owa Falls next year. Clemens Family to Bnrt— Th( E. N. Clemens family, for- merlj of Lakota, moved the first of last veek into the Dr. J. G. Clap- saddl) house, recently vacated by :he Piul Lees. Mr. Clemens has jeen working on the Burt Monitor lor sime months, but had not moved his family here until now. Vontinnns to Leave Soon— Claide Salisbury, Fort Benton, Mont, arrived Saturday and will spend a couple of weeks here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Salisbury, who has been here and with •elati' r es in Illinois, Missouri, and Wisconsin all summer, will return lome with him. his est E. Kerns, of Illinois. * * • » Dr. E. S. Glasier had sold — ental practice to Dr. V. N. Gregg, sage, who was to come October 1. * •«• R. T. St. John, district" deputy ime warden, was expected to es- blish a game reserve here. * * Dr J. T. Walte, Fenton veterin- rian, was not expected to live, llowing injuries in which his car irned over. He and S. J. Stehle, en a Fenton barber, were return- g from a ball game at Ringstea, tables Undeigoes U. Hospital Treatments- Mrs L. 0. Bush went to Iowa _!lty Monday for treatment at the Jnive-sity hospital. Mr. Bush and ler si ster, Edna Staley, took her as ar as Waterloo. Mrs. Chris Knut- on a( companied her to be with her until she had gone through the linic. Ir. Tl oreson's Birthday Obserred— Mrs Jess Thoreson entertained last wjek Monday evening In honor of Mr, Thoreson's birthday at four of bridge. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bcetcther received high score prize i.nd Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede low score prize. Mrs. diddings' Mother Hi- Mrs. G. C. Giddings was called fo Whittemore Sunday by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Matilda Ward, who is at the home of her daughier. Mrs. Mike Koppen. Daughter for Melvin Hunts— Helen Schwietert is at Boone caring for her sister, Mrs."Melvin Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt are parents ot a daughter, born Monday, September 3. Aid Msets Wednesday— _ The Ladles' .Aid sociefy meets Wednesday afternoon, September 12, at the church with Mrs. G. C. Collegians to Mornlngsld The Rev. C. B. Mitchell took his son Arthur and Joe Graham to Sioux City Thursday, whore the boys will attend Morningside college. • H. M. S. to Have Gncst » nj — The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet at the church Saturday. Each member Is to bring a guest and a covered dish. Tallforninns Visit Smiths— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Francisco, Ventura, Calif., arrived Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Francisco's sister, Mrs. C. C. Smith'. Other Bnrt Tfcws. Mrs. Lydta Evers and daughters, Alice and Verda, Colesburg, have been guests for a few days at the w. H. and Mrs. Bertha Schwietert homos. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hunt Boone, Lorena and Myrtle Schwietert, Dos Moines, and Oilman Schwietert, Lehigh, were also weekend guests a week ago at the W. H. Schwietert home. Mr and Mrs. George Koestler took their daughter Raemond to Nora Springs, where she took the bus for Cedar Falls Saturday. Mrs. P. W. Kollasch and daughter Lorame went with them as far as Mason City, where they visited Beada Kollasch, who is a student at Hamilton business college. The A. C. Blerstedts entertained the following guests for Sunday dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz, the A. H. Jentzes, the Ernest Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell and -he Hugo Mittags, all of Fenton. They are Mrs. Bierstedt's parents ind her sisters and families. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meinzer of Amiret, Minn., visited Thursday at .ne A. H. Meinzer home. Thev brought with them Miss Helen Meinzer, who visited here until Sunday, when the Melnzers took icr to Fort Dodge to visit other "elatives. . Mrs. Phoebe Jones, who makes ler home with her daughter at Fremont, Neb., spent" several days ast week at the Al Staehle home and with other Burt friends. Mrs. ones Is a former Burt resident Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McElmurray ind Mrs. J. H. Whalen, Sioux City, ame Saturday for a visit at the C. F. Whalen home. Mrs. J H Whalen Is Mr. Whalen's mother' and Mrs. McElmurray is his sister. Erna Baars, music teacher, who sprained her ankle at Webster City to be able to begin work in a day or two. Mrs. A. ti. Rasmussen, Pomeroy spent last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. Mr. Rasmussen came after her and spent the week-end here Mrs. Sarah Wilson, who has been two months at the home of her brother, J. N. Holding, and with her nephews and nieces, left Sunday for her home in Peoria, 111. The L. H. Schencks took their daughter Maxine to Minneapolis Saturday, where she will stay with her grandmother and take her senior year of high school work. Al Staehle returned last week Wednesday from Hot Springs, S. D., where he had been in a hospital a couple of weeks, being treated for sinus trouble. Mrs. B. W. Brooke and daughters Oriole, Marcelle, and Dorothy were Clear Lake visitors Saturday. Dorothy has been taking violin lessons there. The J. G. McDonalds, Mrs. Maude FTanna, and son Charles, and Mrs. Mary McDonald were Sunday dinner guests at the R. F. Elvidge lome. Mrs Essa Sharratf, Lynd, Minn., visited from Thursday to Monday at the W. A. Stoutenberg home. She is Mrs. Stoutenberg's niece. Mrs. Johanna Dettman returned Sunday from Clear Lake, Minn., where she has been visiting her brother for several weeks. M. M. Chipman, George Schroeder, and Maurice Thompson left Saturday night for a week's fishing in northern Minnesota. The L. E. Roetmans returned Monday from a ten days visit with relatives at New London. They also visited the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell left Friday for Valparaiso, Ind., where they attended the wedding of a niece Saturday. Mrs. D. F. Slaughter and daughter Wilma visited Mrs. Slaughter's mother and sister at Rodman Sunday. Mrs. Anna Stow spent' several days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Phelps. The Ranney Putz's, of Truman, Minn., visited Sunday at the Herman and Harry Putz homes. William Giddings returned Sunday from a trip to Rapid City, S D., and the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scot? returned Saturday from a fishing trin to northern Minnesota. Will Toebben, Chicago, spent' a few days last week with his mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Charlotte Warrior spent' Sunday with her friend, Anna Overgaard, at Mason City. The B. W. Mitchells, Buffalo Center, visited Sunday at the Rev. C B Mitchell home. Mrs. J. E. Thoreson entertained the Fortnightly club last Wednesday afternoon. Myron Chipman and Hugh" McDonald made a business trip to Ames Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Rader, Nora Springs, spent Sunday at the G C Allen home. Katherine Manus, who teaches near Lu Verne, spent the week-end at home. The Aaron Taylors were Sunday dinner guests at the E. H. Staley lome. PAGE brod went to Algona Bandar meet friends from Oskaloosa Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimara, Because of cold, rainy the band has discontinued . The Ed Ohms, near ^BBU^ spent Sunday at Walter Welsbrod'a* Fred Bohn clerked a sate Graettinger Friday. WEEK-END SPECIALS Pears, Morning ~.ight,, No. 10 can Mustard, "Superb" quart jar . iandy Bars, 3 nickel bars toffee, Peaberry, er pound 49c 12c lOc 19c 19c 466 Fenton Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mary Ann, Mrs. j-. B. Johnson, and Mrs. W. V. Yager were Fairmont shoppers Satur- lay. Verona, Ruth, and Isabelle Weis- Whon In need of glasses have yonr eyes thorongMy examined. «^ —-«— f >• B*aaj VA.CIAU'11 *7U4 DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa 28c Blue Barrel Soap, 5 giant bars !auka Coffee, tound can Superb Amber jSyrup, 10-lb. pail Superb Amber Syrup, 5-lb. pail Superb Crystal White, 10-lb. pail Superb Crystal White, 5-lb. pail __-_._ Tomatoes, 2 No. 2 cans ;_. Batwell, fresh Mackerel, pound can' FLOTJB SALE ~ First Prize, 49-lb. bag _>___,.. 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