Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1937 · Page 2
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COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA USINESS KOSStJTH COUNTY ADTA5C jWeekty Newspaper Founded L 1901. Entered as Second - Claa Mattej December 31, 1908, at th POBtoffice at Algona, Iowa, Unde thb Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS **" B> fe rton H - w - MUle QUAIITON & MILLEE I La-w Offices. Fhoneii: Office 427, residence 314 Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAR i Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, Jowa BULLlVAN, McHLAIIOff & H. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law Office In new County Mutual Bldg Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa DAKIUIfGTOff & L01YE Attorneys-at-Law K. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe Phone 287 R. j. H. 440 Office Over Postoffice ». J. TAN NESS, G. W. STILLMAfl Lawyers Office in new Heise Block. *hone 413 Algona, Iowa ___ —•^•^^^^^^^^^•••^^^^^^^^••••HaBBa^^i^^^^MEBB^BMMM^^aaBil^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MtBHiilliMiMBM^BBB Former Irvingtonian Renews Acquaintanceships ^K. IK —. . ••• * ' •' * - - - . ... . ... S, R, RONEY, OF WASHINGTON, IS A VISITOR HERE Irvington, Oct. 11—K. P. Roney, daughter Shirley, and M. L. Roney drove to Llscomb Saturday to get S. R. Roney, Grandview, Wash., who has been overseeing some building on the Roney farm there for several weeks. S. R. Roney, who farmed in this vicinity with his brother M. L. many years ago, harvested 11 tons of pears at h Washington fruit farm before com ing to Iowa early in Septembe After a visit at M. L. Roney's h will 'go to Ohio to visit relatives hen go to Detroit, where he wi mrchase a new car to drive hue .0 Washington. Embroidery Club Has Program— The Cresco Embroidery club me Wednesday .afternoon with Mrs Ben Terljunc. All tho members vith the exception of four were Ji-esent. Roll call was answerec vith What I Would Do With a Milion. Mildred Brown gave a talk n school lunches and Mrs. Leotft Burr read a poem. The next meet- ng will be with Mrs. Barr Wednes- George Wermersen, Former LuVerne Resident, Is Dead . .October 20. Roll call will be nswered with My Pet Peeves, Em- arrassing Moments, and a display f hobbies. B. D. Slum-way E. D. Kellj & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block Algona, Iowa L. A. WINTCET, Attorney-at-Law Office in Quinby Building : Phone ISO HIRAM n. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank >hone 206 Algona, P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460- J; Res. 316 ricndlj- flub Meets Wednesday— The Riverdale Friendly club was entertained at tho home of Mrs. Chester Schoby AVednesday afternoon. There was a large attendance of me-m'bcrs. and several RiiostB wore invited. Mrs. Schoby had charge of the business meeting which was opened with the club SOUR. Roll call was, answered with "What this club means to me." After a social afternoon, luncheon was served. Lu Verne, Oct. 11—George Wer- merson, Miller, S. D., brother of D. H. Wermerson, of Lu Verne, died Thursday at Rochester, where he submitted to a major operation a week ago Saturday. Funeral services were to be held Monday at Corwith. Mr. Werinereon, who was 54, had left this locality to make his home In South Dakota 26 years ago. He is survived by his brothers John, Britt; Dick, Lu Verne; and his sisters. Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Algona; Mrs. Harvey Stevens, Sex- and Mrs. Ida Comp, Wlnter- ton; set. Rally and Guest Day Held— Twenty-eight women were pres ent at tho rally and guest day o the Evangelical Missionary societ} Thursday afternoon. Anna Woito was hostess with Mrs. William Woito assistant. Mrs. Paul Blum er, Mrs. Fred Merkle, and Florence Hof had charge of the program which was based on the beginning of the now study book, "Mecca am Beyond." Mrs. Henry Marty led the devotional service. Jnsebiill Season is Closed— The high school baseball team ended the fall season Thursday af- ernoon by winning a game from he Vernon Consolidated school earn. They lost to Corwith last veek Tuesday afternoon. Other LuVerne. Luella Blumer was in Bancroft Tuesday, where she met with other -H club leaders to plan tho sec- nd year's work in home furnish- igs, which is tho program for the -H lessons this year. Mrs. Ralph Diniler was taken to the University hospital at Iowa City Wednesday for an operation for gall stones. Kenneth Sorensen had an operation there Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Bekman and son Richard were guests at Dr. R. L. Corbin's Thursday. They wore en route to Otttinvwa to visit another son. Mrs. Corbin Is their daughter. H. L. Whitmore is now operating the Phillips gas station in Livermore. A son Is running the milk route and the family will continue .o live here. Mrs. Pay Stone, Mrs. Carrie loleman and Hulda Fritzemeior attended the county federation meet at Burt last week Tuesday. A daughter, the third in the family, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry Tuesday. There are no hoys in the family. The Kcv. E. C. Walter was called to Manson Thursday to officiate at the funeral services for parishioner. a former MRS, PEARSON, OF SWEA CITY, IS HONORED Swoa City, Oct. 11—Mrs. Buell Pearson Is being honored at several informal gatherings prior to lier leaving to join her huslxind at - .-..-.„. St. Louis. At a meeting of the of- | Friends of the Rev. H. E. Har- delcgates at the conference of the* district Legion Auxiliary meeting at Fort Dodge this week Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Collln returned last week after a visit at her son Dave's, who has moved to Wlmlom, Minn. Mrs. Collln's health Is much better than It was during tho summer. Members of the younger married folks' class of the Baptist Sunday school gathered at Ervin Link's for a surprise party and house-warming Friday evening. ficial board and choir of the Methodist church Thursday night she was presented with a gift. Games were played and refreshments wore served. Friday night seven of her close 'riends gathered for an evening ai ie> home, taking a gift and things o serve for lunch. Mrs. Pearson has lived here ince childhood, and has always villingly and graciously taken hei lace in church and community rejects. She will be greatly miss- d by her Swea City friends. Alice Tarty is Given— Mrs. Henrietta Go£f and Florence Hardcopf was operated on for appendicitis at a Mason City hospital a week ago Monday even- Watkinson Cedar Falls, is visiting hor grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Legler, here. Jennie Mason will be hostess at he meeting of the Presbyterian Aid Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur Bales, Fort Dodge, s visiting hor sister, Mrs. Arthur .egler. loeck were hostesses at a bridge party a week ago Monday night. Mrs. Aletha Ecklund was honor guest. Other guests were Mrs. Buell Pearson. Mrs. Ray Lord, Mrs. Lester Haylund, Ira ~ , Mrs. Paul Larson. Moats, and High score . prize was won by Mrs. Larson, low by Mrs. Lord and the guest prize to Mrs. Ecklund. The occasion was Mrs. Ecklund's birthday. 'Sho was presented with a gift by the group, after which lunch was served. Feme Barton, R. N who is mirs | Sncl ' 0(1 Concert Planned— ng in Sioux City, was at home list °""""' 1 veck. Barney Gardnei tives at Faulkner is visiting S. D,. rel- Jolm Seip Critically Sick- John Scip, father of Carl Seip here is in a critical condition at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Donald Fraser, near Burt. Ho became ill a few weeks ago, and physicians as first diagnosed the case as jaundice, because of a peculiar yellow color of the skin. It is now believ- A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOS Attorneys-at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. Phone 261 Algona, Iowa *hone 325 MAURICE C. Mc3LVHON Attomey-at-Law Office in Heise Bldg. Algona, Iowa DOCTORS JOHN N. KEXEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 c. H. CKKmrevEK, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith Block Phones 44-1-310 A1 S°" a Iowa IIODRNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block in the nat- . ed that a stone is lodged gall bladder, preventing the ural functions of the organ. Transfusions for Gronbach Hoy- Louie Gronbach patient at the university hospital, Iowa City is undergoing a series of blood transfusions. His mother, Mrs. William Gronbach is remaining with him and is furnishing tho blood. Louis is suffering from a blood infection. Emergency Operation Performed— Mrs. Florconce Burtis was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week Tuesday, and an emergency operation was performed for appendicitis. She was accompanied by her sister, Myrtle Jordan, teacher at Irvington. METHODIST AID AT BURT NAMES NEW PRESIDENT Burt ,0ct. 11—A large crowd attended a meeting of the Methodist Aid at the Rev. Geo. H. Wessel" home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Wessel, daughter Lurena, and Mrs' Roy Ringsdorf were, hostesses Mrs. Lillian Sheldon was elected president to take the place of Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, who has moved to Alton. The date for the annual bazaar and dinner was set for November 11. Four new members joined the society. Musical Entertainment Given— The Parkinson national music ensemble gave a concert at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon. The. ensemble consists of two men and a woman. They have a collection of about TOO musical instruments and save a fine entertainment Micrni/n Club to Meet— v . The Sherman -I-H club will be v tJin '«tft' '* Progressing— entertained Saturday at the home Go °d progress is being made on of Mrs. B. .1. Sankey. Tho 14 club |tho Sc hrader hardware and garage members plan to invite their moth-i building > wm 'ch is being rebuilt by ers. Miss Pepoon, the H. D. A. | tlle Cow *ins. The building is now will be present. ' " ' being roofed and plastered and will be ready for occupancy within a few weeks. E. 0. Chipman went to Mason and brought'home Ula Vera for the week-end Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs R r Dremmel, and Mrs. M. L. Vin'aas were Fort Dodge visitors Friday 1 he Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms attended a Presbytery meeting at Estherville last week Tuesday Grace Godfredson, who was employed m the Stow cafe, is DOW working in Algona. Several of the crossings and s'de- alks m Burt have been the last fow days. The Home Guards met Friday afternoon at the home of their leader, Lurena Wessel. The Robert Moo res are moving nto the upstairs rooms of the Bertha Daniels home. 1 young Mrs. L. Y. Bowie, Zearing, is vis- C. ln M. a Bow?e h0me ° f her SOD ' SUPt ' The Birthday Circle met Thursday afternoon at Mrs. J. N Holding's. Mrs. Ida Kuchenreuther was ill A sacred concert will he given at the Immanuel Lutheran church this Tuesday by Orben Sime. The principal instrument will be the theremin which, is an unusual instrument and is played <by vibrations made by passing the hands over it. Other instruments used in the concert will be the forte cello and the zither au'to horn. Send Clothing (^Alaska-Baptist women sent a G7-lb box of clothing and bedding to the Kodiak orphanage at Alaska last week. The Kodiak home had a fire several weeks ago and is badlv in need of things for the children. Other Swea City. The Swea City W. C T U is meeting this Tuesday at the. Chas. McAdams home. Guests vill be the Bancroft union and interested f riends of Swea City. Mrs. Skow, of Wesley who is the county president, will be present and will give a report of the world convention at Washington, D. C. Young people of the Northern Baptist association have made Plans for their mid-year rally which will be held October 31 at the Algona Baptist church The guest speaker will be H. B. Ward director of promotion. . Mrs. Fred Peterson, Mrs. Wil- veys are pleased that tho Rev. Mr. Harvey has been reappointod to the Swea City and Grant Methodist churches. Mrs. Arza Baskorville, of Oelwein, visited last "week with the Frank Thomsons. Mrs. Baskcrville was Lucille Thomson before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hammond were in Minneapolis several days woek before last. WE HAVE IN STOCK MANILA folders of tho sort used by professional and business men for filing letters, bills, and other papers.—Advance. tf ...«-.ss-sirSM" "• s,^."!»«» Mrs. PHsvortli's Father Sick— I Mr. Schilki;, aged father of Mrs. I , Hdward Ditsworth, is critically sick j™ n < l "ta to at tlio Ditsworth homo, where he Vet's' Hospital— Staen 'e went to Des Moines Pion^T'Of fee T07 esidence m''." ^ I)itsw " rth »°'"°. ^'here he 1/1 Staehle went to Des Moines .mice, ut, residence^I9«,i,..,. hcen for ne , u ., y w yo;u ._ He hag (Wednesday to take, treatment for t T>"F~VTT«T<e suffered a stroke, and his speech woek or i lvo < lt the veterans' hos- Jwl> - llol - ft is affected. Pital. His son-in-law, H. L. Sauer- DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist Located over Christensen Store Phones: Ilarr Girl's Appendix Out— Anna Mae Harr underwent „.. appendectomy at the Kossuth hos- an ovcr Christensen Store "!'','•* al lue ^ oss utn nos- Buslnesa, 166; Res.. 788 I £', *\" ?' CC * '^" SiUul 'day evening. Aleona lown She luld suffered several attacks of 6EO. D, 1VALRAT1I, I). D. S. General Dentistry Office in Postoffice Block pnop e 20 Algona, Iowa KARL K. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Heiso Bldg. Phones; Office 44, res. 116. DR. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. LOANS AM) INSURANCE Farm ariJBTAGH & SON oafls Real Estate Insurance and lionds Quinby Blcjg. Phone leg mann, Sigourney, has charge of the hardware during his absence. Visitor's (iriindsoii in Accident Mrs. Anna Ambrose, who had been visiting relatives here for several weeks, left Tuesday for hei home at Ds Moines, upon receipt of news that a grandson had been injured and had a broken jaw. Mrs. 3 appendicitis in the last few years. Hudson Small Daughter Sick- Nancy, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson, Burt, has been seriously ill for several weeks. She,-"™' jfe'im'r Has Operation is suffering from an intestinal in- I Mr ' and Mrs ' A. H. Meinzer went lection. |to Fort Dodge Thursday, where I Mrs. Meinzer had another nasal operation. Mrs. Meinzer remained Other Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Uden, a son, and Mr. and Mrs. George Uden, -Minneapolis, .spent several days last week at the Henry Schoppman at Schepp- home. inan's Oilier guests were Mr. and JfONEY'S WORTH IN HOMES. 1IOMKS1TKS, FARMS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HEJUJST Office over la. St Hk. Phone 93 For Town See I>. PAXSON Dwelling, Household — ••- Mrs. Henry Christopher and Louie Christopher Browstcr, Minn. Henry and Louie arc brothers of Mrs. Scheppman Mrs. V. Khrhardt was able, to go to her new home at Galbraith Friday. She had been caring for her mother, Mrs. Marios, Livermore who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Ehrhurdt were, married recently Recent guests at the Charles Kgcl home were John Egel, Mrs. Rosa Drumm and the Walter Egels all of Blue Grass, la. John and ( harles are brothers Drumm is a sister. — -.^..ii.^3, iiumjclIUiU Ooode, and Automobile Insurance JDo not neglect your policy for of- 1 when insurance ten loss opcurs lapses. VETERINARIANS I* W. FOX J, B. TVItfKEL Veterinarians West S(]ate Street, Algona --- Off fee, 475-W; Res., 475-H INSURANCE KOS8UTH COUNTY BIUTUAL WSUBAJfCE ASSOCIATION J19,06»,000 -n|orth of insurance ID toifce. A hope company. Safe, se•are. D, D. Paxson, Secretary SHOE KEPAIRrNG BUNGf SHOE SHOP Shoeji Shined and Repaired. lowe there until Friday evening. Little Girl Gives 1'nrty— Shirley Jean Lockwood celebrated her seventh birthday Thursday afternoon by entertaining a group of her playmates at a party. Godden Home is Sold— D. L. Godden has sold his main street residence to H. E. Rachut, president of the Burt Savings bank. Theater's Name is Changed— The Beltone theater name has been changed to the New Royal. Shirley Sewick chose the name. Other Bnrt News. The Lutheran Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church basement. Mrs. Fred Kulow, Fenton, was hostess. The Walther League met the same evening with Marjori" and Melvin Baas entertaining. Mrs. Ellen Baum left Thursda . for her home at Denver, Colo ,, ri | having spent a week here with he ->ii.s. Reaper, Algona, formerly of : mother. She was called here by th irvniKion, planned to return to her'death of her father, the late C W Home early this week after two : Schryver. weeks with relatives at Lanark, 111. | Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dugan anc hditn Reed Algona music teach- M r. and Mrs. Charles Scott went ti er, came home last week Tuesday Minneapolis Saturday and spen utter several weeks with a broth- the week-end with friends and rel and Mrs . Orrie Mullins. brother of Mrs. R. Hunsen, Galbraith, recently returned from a trip to Oklahoma Missouri, and Kansas. He was accompanied by a friend from Forest son, and Mrs. L. A. Haglund will be SCHOOL DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN Your Children's Eyes BETTER LIGHT—BETTER SIGHT I. E. S. Lamps give abundant QUANTITY of tliP nmn er QUALITY of ILLUMINATION to :na, eading possible with minimum eye-strain. Baaing Just arrived-a large stock of Table-Desk and Floor Lamps at Special Low Prices. — AT THE PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Electricity is Cheap in Algona. —LET IT HELP YOU— er, Dr. Sumner Reed, Agency. -Mrs. Helen Bordwell, Mrs.' Ace Bordwoll, and Mrs. Eric Anderson, atives there. On Thursday Mrs. C. I. Mansmith and daughter, Mrs. George Manus ii r T • ••'•". jjiiv, .nuuersuii, ""- «"*",_ . „_ au ot Livermore, were callers Pri- and Mrs. Lillian Sigler accompan L M DOU ^HB Riley's. ied Mrs. P. E. Puffer, Corwith, to the __. 'Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace spent last week with a brother of Mi- Brace in North Dakota. They went The Henry Raths, of the Gal- . Mason City, bruith neighborhood, returned last' Mr - an d Mrs. W. E. Brace week from an extended tour through the west The Aid will meet Thursday af- lornoon at the church, Mrs A McLean and Mrs. R. n. Thomas host- Shaffers, formerly employed at the Harvey Rath farm •ecently moved to Algona. Hollis COEA D. MILLER BEAUTY IfABLOB cnltnr) iu all its branches. 'ice 604, Apt. 896. Phones: Of Phone* for appointment. located j.bove Behlmers. ALGONA, IOWA \\ or _. ----- - -- v..u.j met last week baturday with Bernice Reap- with the S. E. Straleys, Fenton. Mrs. J. G. Sewick was confined to her bed by illness last week. Her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May, came Thursday to care for her. A good crowd attended the- Le-- •— ™ -•i. S ""a. rioiiis Kion and Auxiliary meeting, which mson has also moved to Algona, I was he 'd at the L. H. Schenck »• the winter. .home Tuesday evening. The Cresco 4-H club met inst ' Melbourne Mansmith left Saturday for Northwood, 111., where he has employment and will stay with an uncle. La Vonne Greise returned Thursday from Iowa City, where she had SALESBOOKS. ORDER BOOKS A similar items can be ordered at the Advance office, often at a say- over salesmen's prices. tt spent a few days at the University hospital. M mi i «P'* rf New Orleans ttbn yoo stoprtrlotel Chalmettejutf qfe» blocks fan historic Conoi Street and tuHnin easy reach of oil nninto if interest... [ante comfortable rooms DEPENDABLE SERVICE in Kcal Estate Heal Estnto Loans Fire and Tornado Ins ii ranee Automobile Insurance Life Insurance. •JOEL M, NERBST Office: Over la. State Bk. Phone ]S T o. 93 Small Loans Up to $300 Off AUTOMOBFLES LITE STOCK .'JOUSEIIOLD FURNITURE, ETC Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO to Upper Des Moines office. 125 RECTAI DISEASES VARICOSE VEENS AND KUFTUKE the ambulant method in »»• S- W. MEYER, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa. Night Po Friday Evening ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL —vs- WEBSTERCITYHIGHSIli Game begins at 8 p. m Admission: Adults 35c, studinu 25 C Forg In my ad last week I forcot to <oii that we sell Rice-Friedman' Tf , ' y °" are t1S eco T nL y ed ai ' e ^^ '" Milw ">'^"°'men's overcoats produced In' "S otates. We handle these wonderful mats nn the same margin of profit tint w , n other goods in the store ° get On OUr small profit system brines th. price clown to $16.00, $17.00, and $l?oo Neville's plan gives 1-tailored o'coar nnr? <K7 00 ntv,^ oavus you $0.00 tO ? t -00. Other overcoats at $9.98 and $12.00 Wife and I are getting quite forgetful I forgot my car up town one ni-ht h! nT* \ i 11 J f the first time in seven yeare that it has been out after sundown. Mrs. forgot to put salt in my oatmeal this morning. It was flat eating, but iSSk to start you October 1, and caught an awful cold. Good underwear is the most important part o winter clothes. Yet I find that some P eo- P e do not wear any. They shiver and shake like a dog in a wet sack. Speaking of underwear we have a store full of the best first quality standard makes. Haines and Chalmers 14, 16-, and 18-pound union suits tor men at, G9c, 75c, and 9Sc, some of them part wool. * Body Guard for boys at 44c and 59c. Snuggles ~for the women and girls. Jiinmie THE SHOE MAN • • • DON'T BE A ... Business Raven i Do your share of advertising to keep trade coming to Algona iness, because*^vprt t Vi - tal necessit y to the success of every bused in to heln attWZ £ usi . ness depends upon the town it is Jocat- 1 attlact ^smess into the trading center. and prosper b Sr B i 8 S ° C ? mplete in "self that it can survive merchandise anri a ,T ^?V lres modern methods, good stocks of "elp keep it aity" advertlsm e by its fellow business concerns W ers goiifor awhnK erns can kee P a number of non-advertle- that are neighboring SS, BOOn ? r ° r later the live-wire to*» 'gnoonng, will cut inon the businesp. to keerihe t com mt ,?n?t e ' Pr ^ eS8lve ' must have a live newspaper, est and pride in \h»? y affa ' rs to the fr°m, and maintain inter- ue m that community among its inhabitants. 6 helping main *ain the newspaper. Without used bv ?if Per ° Wl * :>t exist ' The amount of adver- the new S p a p er y * mercha *s, is reflected in the quality d -—o >-w »m vcfuistj, if you are just no** 1 * unfair ad, /antage of your fellow busine*' n " your p -ofit from their progressive!!** men. _You and their time. p y addilg your length to the Grab hold of the wheel! Do your part The Kossuth County Advance ^^^^^^^^MllgmBji^^^^^^^^^^__^__ • : ^J** i

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