Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1937 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 19, 1937
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PAGE TWO I MUST EMPLOY A MAN At one* to work wllh Man. ager. Musi know farming and hare ear. Ago 26 to 33 — P«rmanenl work — Writ* n>» NOW In care o! IW« paptr lor personal Interview. DRINK KQSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Good With Everything Party Tonight? Small Loans Up to $300 ON AUTOMOBILES LIVE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. •Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO Hext to Upper Des Moines office Fhone 125 Aljjonn, Iow» Itrop. and LAKOTA MAN IS OVERCOME BY MONOXIDE GAS Lakota, Oct. 18 — Sid Lindsay, who operates the city water engine and pump, had a close call last week Wednesday afternoon. He was pumping water and because of cold weather sat in the pump house with the door and windows closed. After he shut off the engine and went out of doors he realized he did not feel right, but tried to walk up to the C. R. Smith store. Before he got to the door he fell on the walk. He was picked up unconscious and carried into the warehouse, where he soon revived and was then taken home and went to bed. Men who went down to seo what was wrong with the engine found the place full of monoxide gas. Mr. Lindsay had completely recovered next day. Methodist Aid Entertained— Mrs. E. R. Worley entertained the Methodist Aid Wednesday afternoon for tho first business'meet- ing of the year. Plans for the year's work were discussed and committees appointed for the annual bazaar to be held Wednesday, j October 20. A calendar committee was also appointed. The new pastor and wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer, were, gue.sts at the meeting, having arrived that after- .noon, and a truck brought their household goods from Bradford. I Presbyterian Aid Meets— Mesdame.s Wade Ball, Tom Ta- Twenty Years Ago LEO SATTERFIELD, who worked in the Algona hotel in 1911, wrote to Tailor 0. T. Dawson from "somewhere in France" telling of his duties and remembering his work in Algona. * * * * H. B. GUNN, former surveyor with C. E. Paine's crew, had enlisted at Rockford, 111. and was already a sergeant. * * * * MELVIN MUCKEY was given the responsible job of training and commanding over 200 men at camp in California near San Francises. PAULINE NORTON and Stanley Worster, Riverdale farmer, were married October 3, 1917. They spent their honeymoon at the Norton cottage on the Okobojis. of Columbus moved into the new lodge quarters above the Foster furniture storo. KNIGHTS business men, hired a Mr. Hansen, of Minneapolis, to be the coach as Mr. McCormick, former coach, was with the army. * * * * A SPECIAL TRAIN was being hired to take Algona fans to the Eagle Grove football game there. The local team had gone there to see Eagle Qrove play Fort Dodge. * * * * SECRETARY of the Treasury McAdoo spoke briefly at the Milwaukee depot here in «i surprise visit with only 150 being notified in an hour's time that he would be here. Traveling with him were Governor Harding, and Algona's state senator, Henry Adnms, was on the train coming home from New York. The secretary was to speak on the Liberty Bond issue in western Iowa. » * * * THE REV. AND MRS. F. C. Taylor became parents of a boy within , .. . . , ." J uouuuie jjureuis or a ooy wunin The hall made a good Place to a wee k after they were transferred dance as well as for meetings. The from Algona to | pencen front rooms were used for -rest! * * * * MRS. FUERRTENAU, wife of the Lotts Creek German Lutheran minister, fell down stairs that week and suffered a broken neck which rooms and a billiard room. * * # » THE FOLLOWING Monday citizens of Iowa were to vote on a pro, ,1-.,. , . i It 11 ullu auiierea a oroKen necK wnicli hftilion amendment to tic state took her ]ife _ She carryillg a constitution. The state had been. baby at the ti b t u ways "un- dry for a number of years because j harmed. Maude Hamilton, C. J. Rippcn- . and Albert Bosnia were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid at the church Thursday afternoon and served the regular lioc supper. Mrs. William Turlcy, as program chair- Sill El.I) EXI'EKT 1IKKE 'man, presented the following pro- II. M. SIIKVNAX, widely known 'gram: Devotions. Mrs. Delia expert of Cliiciiirn. will personally Smith; vocal solo, Mrs. Robert Wil- 1)e n( (he M'iilikoiisn Hotel, .Fort liams; n guessing contest using ad- jlJotrde, Tuesday only, October 2(t, vprtising slogans and naming their Jroin (I a. in. to (i p. m. product, which Mrs. Raymond Win- Mr. Shevnan says: Tho Zoetic tor won. Shield is a tremendous improvement over all former methods, of- J'epartini: Pastor Honored— feeling immediate results. It will A farewell party was not only hold the rupture perfectly tout increase the circulation, strengthens the weakened parts, thereby closes the opening in ton days on the average case, regardless of heavy lifting, straining or any position the body may assume no matter the -size, or location. _ ...iven at i hi? Methodist church a week ago Monday evening for the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson, who left Wednesday for their now pastorale at .Lu Verne. Games and visiting furnished entertainment, with lunch served late in the evening. The Xelsons were presented wilh a nationally known scientific method. ^' lft iu appreciation of their scr- No under straps or cumbersome ar- vicos ' Tangcments and absolutely no mod- ! A«I- • i. < 1 7 i i acines or me.lir.al treatments. ,0'Hmes Re'turn In Inkota- !Mr. Shevnon will be -lad to dem- Mr ;uul Mrs ' Ornn ° Keo:o onstrate without charge, i Add. (Jill \. Richmond St., Chicago For 15 years assistant to F H . , , , . — Seelev famous rupture expert of' wllh a lunch room in connectlon . Chicago, :uld Ulcir son Max O'Keefe and '"<• turned to their oil station north of town last week. They recently established a station at Forest City wife, have gone \here to operate 'srs the business. Mr. and Mrs. Oran -. ,0'Keefc will operate the station. ACTO-HOWLE T,OAXS EXTREMELY LOW RATES LOAXS MADE OX YOUR I'HKSK.XT CAR We will make you a liberal loan on your car—pay off your present balance, advance you additional cash and reduce your payments by extending them over twelve to eighteen monlhs. CASH LOANS MADE AT OXCE NO EXDOUSERS OR SKiXKRS REQCIRED A courteous, prompt, and confidential cash loan service. Call in person or write WESTERN CREDIT CO. 20C East State St., Algonn, limn Ervin Selnvavy, is Married— Ervin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Schwarz. west of town, was married last wcok Tuesday to Martha Harringa of Titonka, at a country church between Woden and Ti- lonka, with the Rev. Mr. Killian. Titonka, performing the ceremony. The bride is a niece of Reinder Harringu, just north of town. Has Appendix Removed— Little Carl James, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Erman Hanson, was taken to the Algona hospital Thursday erat ion. of statutory law but an effort to make it an amendment to'tho state constitution was to be voted upon. * * * * SENATOR KENYON was to speak in Algona that week Saturday in behalf of the prohibition amendment election, but had concelled tho date here. WORKMEN HAD arrived and begun work on the new Milwaukee depot for Algona. THE HIGH SCHOOL football team skinned Charles City with the one-sided score of 76-7. The visitors arrived on the train just in lime to play and the game had to be cut short. They wore their * * * * VALLO NAUDAIN had enlisted in the navy in California. * * * * WAR PRICES in Norway were revealed in a letter which said flour sold for $21 a sack, coal for $62.50 a ton, and eggs at Sic a dozen. * * * * AN 8-LB. SON" was born to the Matt Lamuths. He was the third son. There was one daughter. with a prostatio attack. THE IOWA Gladiolus .show will be held In Algona next year according to officials of the society. .This year it was held at Sioux City. Officers of the local society will be elected this week. HOMER. CLARK was fined $15 and costs by Mayor C. F. Specht a week ago Monday on a charge of reckless driving when his car struck another in front of the Dohnert hotel. GEORGE BYSE, Swea City, was bound to the grand jury a week ago Friday on charges of drunken driving by Justice Jos. M. Dye, of Swea City. He is held on $500 bond. IRENE SCHREIBER, Algona girl, was fined $1 and costs of $2.25 by Justice Delia Welter last week Tuesday on a charge of not having proper lights on a trailer. FUNERAL SERVICES were held at Lu Verne a week ago Monday for Wm. F. Godfrey, 67, who had lived in Lu Verne- for 46 years. He was a ; harness maker. A NUMBER OF families gathered at Wm. Barker's in Swea City a week ago Sunday as a surprise for Grandma Norris who was 84 years old that day. THE TITONKA ball nine has won 11 out of 12 contests, chalking up the latest victory against Goldfield G-3 last week Tuesday. ST. CECELIA'S church is holding a two-day bazaar beginning today and tomorrow at 5 p. m. Dinner will be followed by dancing. A MOTORCYCLE and automobile hill climbing exhibition was dated Sunday afternoon at the Wm. Etherington farm. Forburgeri chaplain,' Edward Monson,, historian; Lawrence Koppen, sergeant at arms; and J. T. Meurer, publicity director. The major activity at present is making the quota of 36 members, with 13 having signed up by Friday night, and the rest assured by the middle of this week. In the election of Lease for commander, the office of fi- nance officer Ms given over to J. Hutchison, who succeeds Lease after hJs election to that office for 17 of the 18 years of the Legion's existence, believed to be a record In the state. Plans ore going forward at this time for the annual Thaknsglvlng peather party to be given a few nights prior to that holiday ~v,,,. i.ic.o mi., uac uiiugnter. MT , .-.T^ ^ rl}0 _ , ,..,,, . RAYMOND WEHLER and Emory TT . ' +A]NI) ^ RS> Fred Wills - ° c A. Seward had enlisted and or-,?? 110 ? townshl ?' left «• week ago j dered to Fort Locan Coin I Mon(1a > r to visit relatives in Ken- MISBACH'S FOR MEN'S Style! Quality! Price! rlDETO N, 'Eagle tucky. CHESTER BAILEY, Union town- Opera House with Glen Ra. en a- suits in order to make the train j ney, Mrs. George Reid and Frank again to leave after being in town j Ostrum filling out the new orch- only long enough to play. Algona j estra. REWRITES Briefs siiiiiinarixin^ principal news in last Thursday's Upper DOS Monies. , non own- atttieUlp farmer, received 1240 sheep last week for feeding for market. L, L LEASE TO HEAD WESLEY LEGION POST SIX NEW CASES for the January term of court have already been filed with the district court ^ , vcljlj clerk. Of chief interest is the | both passed the bar was unharmed. MORE TIIAX 600 attended tho dedication of the new §20,000 rural Wesley, Oct. 38—At the annual church in Ramsey township four I meeting held last week b >" the Le ' miles north of Titonka a week i"J gi ° D P ° St> Li L ' Lease was named Sunday. The Rev. Calvin Schnuck- ° omman ^ r; George Aldrlch ' vice ! or is pastor. The church win sent TT" T P '° m Jr " a( « u tant; John 500 and has six Sundaj school | Hutcl » son - fi »^<=e officer; Thos. rooms as well as a large social "~~ ' room in the basement. The work was done by George L. Miller. GEORGE CARMODY, of Whittemore, and Leo Wellik, of Wesley, for an appendicitis op- [Eiceptlonally So] THE ORIUINAI, NiCKLESS Only 5c Other Lnkotn News. Onnald Worley left a week ago lu.st Thursday for Mason City, where he is employed at tho sugar beet factory. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley took him down, and Mrs. Worley visited with her mother, Mrs. M. II. Bailey, iill Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Doms, Presbyterian minister at Burl, were entertained at a ij o'clock dinner at the Rev. 0. II. Frerking's u week ago Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen and daughters Violet and Elaine, and Nick's father, Fred Koppen spent a fev.- days a week airo visiting friends (it Williams. Mrs. George Heeiland was taken to the Kos.suth hospital at Algona Wednesday, and underwent a major operation Thursday morning. The Boy Scouts enjoyed a real feed after a hist weok Monday night hike out to the Wade Btill home west of town. Me..-dames Guy Beemer, Hilmer Munson, Will Schroeder, and L. J. Needham drove to Fort Dodge last Thur.sday. .Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Steenhard, has been sick the past week. Lu Verne action brought by J, F, Overmyer, administrator, vs. C. C. Coyle, of Humboldt, and the Western Surety Co., for .$3,336.58. Mr. Coyle was former administrator of the estate and the amount is sought to settle up the Coyle period as administrator. Mr. Coyle, it is reported, has stated the money was stolen in a burglary at his office. COUNTY FARM Bureau leader have a six-point program to follow for 103S as follows: soil conservation, weed control and eradi cation, child development and family relationships, boys' and girls lub work, organization and community activity. Problems of grasshoppers, shelterbells, dairy ind poultry interest, corn improvements will also be taken up. WALTER FKAMBACir, of West Bend, suffered a badly cut artery when his automobile collided with the Henry Kockler, Swea City, car three miles south of Whitlemore a weok ago Monday afternoon, and the Frambach car turned over. Mrs. Frambaca was slightly injured and a two-year-old daughter Thu '• r ' sl is u '• r ' sl <>^a party of the „ season was held Fridav evening at for ,he Rev. 1C. R. Welter's wl"en the People's Mission Circle met lor ruguhir study. The group be- f an . l ''.!;. Hlu ^ y of u 11(nv niissiouary book, I he ioung Mo.slem Looks at The cigar that recommended excessive smokers, Vuun because the nicotine, as far as pos.. , , . "-"jn, a ui; tuuHg .MOriieill Ij( sible, has been re- L ifo . Ulldoi . the , iir( , cliun of moved, making it Merkle. Itulph Ulumer Jed the de- not only mild, Init \'"tional hour. After the study Mrs. a satisfying smoke. W1all1e -'' s supervised the social' hour. 1 he home was decorated with owls, black cats, and witches in a proper Moderate smokers 1 Halloween .selling. More than 30 who enjoy u mild! au , c :" ded - ci'"ir are also en- , ,• and Mrs - Au « us t Kersien, of --•"«"« ««""«,, oupyui-icu ay H • n i • 7 ! (linton - Mlnn - illl(1 airs. Herman a brilliant all-star cast, open up thnsiastlcally in ta-; Burger, f.'edar Falls, vi.si,ed U.eir an entirely new bag of tricks in Tor of the Niekless. I s.«ter, Mrs. Paul Fechner, Wednes- ., TURNE R, S TRATT-P PA^V» day. Bryan Grafflon, Molina 111 f URNERS TRAILER CAMP." Trv a box and no- was a guest at Harr >' Von Uraska's Llsten to their hilariously funny ,, .. ',.-, 'the same day. tice the dmercnce.j The Wayue DornbergeiV Sioux Your dealer can getjFaUa, \\ere wcok-ind visitors at D. It for you, | H - Wermerson's. Peggy Ann remained for a longer slay. EVERY BUSINESS MAN, DOC- tor, lawyer, merchant, should have one of the new Advance plai books. Each township, wilh land ownership shown in detail. ot/ Iowa's Radio Favorites on the Air Again for UNION MADE THE WORLD'S BEST OVERALLS Lem and Martha, supported by adventures and start the day with a great big smile! . T-. ,. r . v-.*il III! lltltl vlll at DCS Monies last week. Mr. Wellik was graduated last spring from Creighton university and passed the examination then in Nebraska. MRS. IV. B. Michael was thrown from an automobile going at 40 miles on hour Wednesday when she tried to close the door. She. was brought to an Algona hospital. Mr. Michael manages the Lu Verne and Whittemore theaters. OLIVER MOE is recovering from an operation last week Tuesday morning at the university hospital' at. Iowa City. He was expected' home yesterday. He. was suffering Auto glass replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBERG Auto Supply Phone 118 Step Out In Style at Low Cost! Wear guaranteed by Curlee! Fit guaranteed by us! Suits Topcoats 24.50 27.50 18.50 24.50 Overcoats 12.50 16.50 20.00 24.50 27.50 FOR atEN'S WEAR You'll be "sure-footed" in a pair of our new Jatman Friendly Shoes for Fall-sure of smart, authentic style, and real shoe value. Drop in and look over our new Fall showing. . . $5 to $7.50. actual walking teat*. 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