Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1937 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR ALGONA GROUP ATTENDS FETE ATRINGSTED Ringsted celebrated Thursday In honor of the largest original shi<p- Snent of cream separators in a single block in the history of the In- KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA REWRITES Itrlefs suiiulinrlzing principal news in lust Thursday's Upper Des McJlnes. I'KTJT .lURORk for the November term of court have been picked, and they inclilde 13 women and . .. , „ -, ,, i 17 men - Th e juify will report tor ternational Harvester Co. Algona dut y on Novcuibef 22. The list fol- men oittending were R. R. Hutzell, J. L. Morgan, L. C. Reding, and F. 31. Mllnor. M. C, Lawson, manager •of the Mason City branch, was al- BO there. Three men from Chicago— Claude Holraan, manager of dairy equipment sales, Chas. Rlggs, northwest manager of dairy equip- yard; August Brown, Edith Greenfield, Clara Klanip, Sarah Grover Reid, Ediia Smith, Swnnson, and N. S. Walker, all of Long, Madge Algona; Francis Herman Erpelding, Bonnstetter, and Jesse RniicrK*- in pougnt in . „ ,, „ , , , Struthers, West bend; J. T. Cher- ment. and Harold Rea, advertising, lnml ftnd Anhu]l p hilllps Burt; manager for the Harvester com- Lulu E . Dye Rd Hartshorn, and pany-spoke. A McCormick-Deer-j Edgar Price, Swte Citv; Margaer- ing orchestra which plays ovcr. lte Faber. Ottosen; John Frlderes. KGLO provided music for a dance B ode; Mabel Inlay and Llovd Rose- In the evening Entertainers froni: nnu . La koiil . Ll / te Mm ' u Des Moines put on an act, and a; more: Alma Madison, Loi o Rock; separator was given away. | Elmer Qstwald, Whittemore; Arlo "* T ~ iRonney, Fenton; John H. Bode, Ti- AUtOS ;tonka; Otto Schtnidt and Mrs. F. jX. Wilhelmi. J3ancroft; E. B. i Thomas and Frank Youngwirth, Lu i Vcrnc Twelve new cars wore sold j last week, to bring the total forj WILLIAM COSGltOVE. county October to 53. Purchasers were: : supervisor who farms south of Ti- Chevrolets—Robert Buyer. Ban- tonka, narrowly escaped serious in- teroff; Bernard Yeoman Algona; i Juries a week ago Friday, when he Raymond Thilges, "West Bend, R. w «s helping with corn-picking. He D. Wehrspan, Whittemore; Chas. stood too close to a picker fly- Gollner, Wesley; Edward Boykeu, j wheel, and it tore off all his Titonka. I clothes except a jacket. He had to Plyniouths were sold to Dr. S. W.! borrow overalls to go home for Meyer, Louis Lynk, Algona; L. A.'clothing. Cruikshank, Burt; and Fred Jo- hanncsen, Bancroft. Mrs. Frank A. Bonnstetter, Wesley, bought a Pon- tinc, and H. E. Rachut, Burt, a new Ford. .1. H. GlUimr, Burt, was recently invalided a fishing rod and reel by the Emmet County State bank. Estherville, for having caught the largest walleyed pike taken from Spirit Lake, this season. The pike weighed 6-'!.i pounds Hurt in Collision f d w:is -™= ilichefs lnnK - M !'- a ™I luim is a veteran farm implement Armstrong. Xov. 1 — Mrs. John cioalor - Laffoy, Gary Owen, and Jack Mil-I ItK. U'.K Ex-Armstrong Man ler were called to Mason City early Thursday morning by word of the serious condition of Arthur Scliuli'/.. rural mail carrier at Garner. Mr. Schultz was badly injured Saturday. 0/lobcr _:', in a head-on auto collision near Garner, and was taken to the Mercy hospital. Mason City. Mrs. Schultx. is the former Bernice Laffoy, of Armstrong. Mr. Schultx. died Saturday. Rural Teachers to Hold All-Day Meet Gladiolus Society Prepares for 1938 The Gladiolus society met Tuesday night in the Kruse-Blossom office, and R. H. Miller, Algona. member of the state board of governors, set the dates of next year's show, which will be August 13-14. It will be held here. Committees were appointed: Advertising, Lyle Reynolds and 0. S. Reilc-y; prizes and premiums, G. W. Stillman, F. A. Bunting. W. W. Gillespio, the Rev. A. English, H. N. Kruse. Mr. Gillespie is president of the local organization. ' First Rifle Club's Shoot This Evening The Rifle club met Friday evening and elected H. E. Stevenson captain and boss of the rifle range, with William Shirley as captain and boss of the pistol range. The first shoot will be held tonight (Tuesday). Rifle-shooting will be hold Tuesday and Thursday nights; and pistol shooting Wednesday nights. The- club wants more members. Ex-Armstrong Pair Living in Georgia Armstrong, Nov. 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Vandenburgh, who formerly resided at Davenport, are now living at Atlanta, Ga. * Mr. Vandenburgh, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Vandenburgh here, is employed as an embalmer there. His wife is a former English and dramatic coach' here, Ethel Eldridge. teachers. Prof. Stale Teachers two lectures cm psychology to There will bo an all-clay meeting here next week Friday, for rural 0. Todd of the college, will give the application of teaching: Emma Watkins, of the state university elementary school nt Iowa City, will present mot hods in primary reading; and Mabel Snodaker, of the .same .school, will' discuss reading for the intermediate and upper grades. ,000 Settlement in Jasperson Case Attorneys H. 15. \Yhiio Tluicliisoii Bros, liavf settled Elmer Jasperson personal damages .suffered a few weeks ami. when n Homer Anderson t.riK'k driven by Russell Sands and a car drivi-n by Mi-. Jasperson collided in Plum Creek township. The settlement was for $1,0(10, n is reported, and the money was paid by Mr. Anderson's casualtv company. •V c. NUGENT, com- 1 mander of the local Legion post, has appointed committees for the Armistice day program. There will i be the usual short service on the i courthouse lawn and a march to • the high .school building. The usual Legion-Auxiliary banquet will take place in the o von ing. i (JI-ORGI-: IIAHM-; and L. 11. Lar- Ison recently filed charges of as- jsiiult and battery against each o!hi r.r in Justice Danson's court. This was the result of a 'fracas' in which, jt was claimed, I Carson tried to put Hahle out of the Halbraitli , pool hall. Hahle suffered broken ribs. j .MATT MEYERS, OHosen. had to! have two fingers (imputated a week j ago Saturday. They were mangled j in a corn-picker. Clare-nee Antler-1 son. six miles east and 1 \' s miles j ; north of Hancrofl, lost fingers in a like accident a week a-io Friday, and a sisto'- lost a leg of her overalls. i DEDICATION services will be jheld at the Congregational church i December 5. Tlie remodeling of 'the church building is progressing rapidly. It includes a nr.\v base-i mor.i, -IS.vi'.S, for u dining hall and kite-lien. A louiifie room and a new I Secret Wedding of Wesley Couple Out Wesley, Nov. 1— It has just become known locally that Caroline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyers, north of town, and Emil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oude- kirk. southeast of town, have been married for several months. The ceremony took place at Dakota City, and for the present they ore living with the bride's parents. - * Carlson Released by Presbyterians Twenty Years Ago CORN-HUSKING was LEE NUGENT was a starring on the university football team. In a game against Ames he had made considerable gains as a line-smash- er. He was there studying dentistry, which he now practices here. behind schedule because of a wet fall. Farmers were paying 6c and 7c a bushel for husking. It was all hand-husked then. * * * * A SPECIAL TRAIN was to take football fans to Des Moines for an Algona-West High game. The local squad was to visit Camp Dodge where many Kossuth soldiers were in training. KOSSUTH had failed to reach the quota of second Liberty loan bonds having subscribed for only a third of the $1,250.000 allotad. Algonians had subscribed for $125,000 worth; Swea' City, in second place, had taken $90,000; and third with $50,000. * * * * AT HUMBOLDT 100 farmers had voted to make the maximum price for husking corn 6c a jushel of 80 pounds. A CORWITH FARM.sold a few weeks before at $80 an acre had been resold at $205 an acre—115 an acre profit! THE MOOSE LODGE here had bought two $100 Liberty bonds. Algona high schol students had bought $250 worth, the pupils to pay at lOc each a week. The teachers took $50 of the amount. AVhen the bonds were sold the money was to go into the school activity fund. * * * * LETTERS from soldiers in army camps were numerous. The Advance published three letters. One was from R. S. Jennings Ft. Douglas, Utah, who said 'he had had the mumps three weeks. A French officer was helping with training there. A son of Mrs. Louise Maxwell wrote from Camp Cody, N. M., where, he said, lizards, toads, and rattle snakes, and centipedes were found every day In samp bods. The men had to march in sand three inches deep. Earl Wilson. Camp Dodge, said that new uniforms had been received and that training was going forward at -full speed. * * * * A RED CROSS benefit had been given by music students of Ada Simmons who gave a recital. What has be>pnie of Miss Simmons? The Advance last heard of her at New York City. * * * * A. CAMPAIGN among Kossuth women to sell the Liberty bonds had been successful a total of $30,150 having ben taken which was subscribed In Algona, Mrs. A. D. Clarke and Mrs. H, C. Adams each taking $5000. . * ,* * * THE MOOSE had moved Into Farewells for the The T. H. Ktrsches will move Thursday to Fort Dodge, where Mr. Klrsch recently opened a new wish and carry cleaning establishment. The Dr. C. C. Shterks will have the house the Ktrsches are vacating. Mr. and Mrs. Kirsch were taken by surprise Sunday evening, when a group of friends dropped In with the makings for a potluck supper to honor them at a'farewell party. After supper the rest of the evening was srtent at bridge, with four tables in J)lay. Mrs: W. C. Irelan won high for the women, and J. W. Little won high for men. Mrs. Kirsch's bridge club Is honoring her with a handkerchief shower at the home of Mrs. W. J. Puller today. There are 12 members of the club. The afternoon Is being spent at bridge. rooms over the Model clothing store now the Zender & Caldwcll store. A party was being given to dedicate the hall. * * * * THE REV. J. J. JONES, retired Congregational pastor, had died in his 86th year. He had beon living here with a son. ^ * * * * JEBIBA WALTERS, former Bancroft girl, had played a small part in a movie, in Hollywood. She dived from a boat in a scene in which the boat had been torpedeod. • She was a daughter of Dr. C. M, C. Walters, then of Bancroft, now of Los Angeles. THE FRONT of the Model clothing store had been rebuilt with the present display windows, nnd the interior of the building had been remodeled. Many of A.lgonti's present modern store fronts were built then. * * * * A FOOTBALL GAME between Algona and Elmore played ns a Red Cross benefit 82-0 score in had resulted in an favor of the locals. Receipts were $150, and half was sent to the soldir.'s. The Presbyterians voted to accept the Rev. C. Paul Carlson's City and Cousilby Tlie AV. A. Fosters and Lynn Lunches rifid coffee were flefred. A vote was taken for auctioneer, and Mrs. W, C. Taylor was chosen. A door prize was w6h by Mrs. Fred Nehrlng. Donna Dooley, Algona, Is teacher. Other Society. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will hold a rummage sale In the basement of the church Friday and Saturday. A bake sale will be held at the same 1 place Saturday. The Woman's club will be entertained at a musical and tea next week Friday at Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer's. Twenty-five cents will bo charged for charity. Methodist Qnilt for Sale—The local Methodist Aid made a "namfe quilt," which was exhibited at the recent Northwest Iowa Methodist conference at Sioux City In competition with quilts made by other Aids And won third prize, $10. Names were sold at lOc, the proceeds going to Morningslde college. One block In the local quilt bears the name of the Rev. J. H. Edge, his family, and former pastors for 25 years. Bishop Oxnam. Omaha, was included. The quilt is now on display at the Foster furniture store, and sealed bids will be received, the highest to be announced without name of bidder. Other bids will be accepted till late this month. Social nt Sexton Schoolhonse— Friday night the school at Sex- whlch social. ton .presented a program, was followed by a box Joint Methodist Meet The Algona and Fort Dodge Methodist districts will have a joint meeting lor pastors and laymen at Hutnboldt tomorrow and Thursday. Dlst. Supt. Muhleman, Pastor Burgess, and others will attend from here. Fanner Suffers Head Wouiul. Cecil Bjustrom, between Algona and Whittemore, suffered a gash on the head Thursday which it required several stitches to close. A two-Inch gas pipe on a crnbinder which he was repairing came loose and hit him. Unimproved Eighty Sold. •Hutchison & Hough report the sale of a George Galbraith estate unimproved "eighty" south of the A. J. Brown farm, south of Algona. to Dr. M. G. Bourne. It is well improved except for buildings. ^Scarlet Fever at Corwith. Donna Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Widen, is latest victim of scarlet fever. The Widen son Benny has had the disease and the quarantine was to have beon lifted Saturday. War FOR Nov. 18—(Jen r east, % mi lo Ilor t h 0ta Rumm Sale rBESBYTKllIAX dm FBniAY'.SATym BAKE SALlTsAHE 1 ! SATURDAY Hand S Milk Fed SPRING CHICKENS One hour notice LONG'S the Dodge Bros. Construction Co He has beon employed here at the Dutch's Super-Service station. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent, with their children, Mary Lee and Keiths got home early in the week jj Burns, spent week-end before last from Ozarks. pleasure jaunt t o t,ic| at Cedar Raplds gucsts of tllo s ., Ihcy report a beautiful i D . Quartons. Saturday the Nu- '• sons will leave in n month for a I -, r ™ t, ^ ' ~~, | gents attended the Michigan-Iowa n montn toi a| _Mrs. Mnrtlm Vim .Dovston, Mason | football game at Iowa City. The resignation last evening. The Carl-I drive in autumn scenery. FIRSTAR with TOUCH TUNING no\v pastorate at St. Paul. The City, and her daughter at the meeting. Final action will he taken at a Fort Dodge Prasby- tery Monday to release Mr. Carlson. AVIisil, .lohii.'—'1-Yss Up! John Daughan. employe of the Uppnr Do.s Moines, fell out cf bod nt Minneapolis last, week-end i'nd broke one of his collar bones. He at tended the Notre Dame-Minnesota game and perhaps dreamed that he was making a line plunge. Grading Cre\v Quits. and Mrs. H. W. Post. Mr. Post is Mrs. Van Dorston'a brother. Thelma Nugents are both graduates of the state university, and Mr. Quarton is Mrs. Nugent's brother. Clms. 1J. Cnrlon, Willow Grove, t r IT- . , , l.llll*. 1>. lilLIUIl. \Y11H ; • I' ^"' : vi l e y , 1 !"° W " .^ o£ ?*•• M* *'Ke. and their Algona farmer, has for a few days been a patient at the .\lgona hospital, this for the second time this fall. He is troubled with hardening of the arteries. Ledyard, Nov. 1 The Seifert rading crew completed their summer's work and moved to town last week. son are. leaving this mid-week for Califor- j nia, after a few days with Mr. Car- j Ion's sister. Mrs. D. P. Smith. Aj graduate of the local high school and the. son of the kite Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Carlon, Charles is a well-remnrnbered Algom hoy. For some yiii.rs he has rcpvesienlsd Allyn & Bacon, schoolbook publishers, in Philadelphia and nearby son John, sophomore at the State i Teachers college, Flagstaff, Arh'...' is helping the history dean there correct test papers, etc. Reports »*it 1 * 1 -1 t i i «* O, 111. A III UlUCJiJlJUl tlllU 11 U(ll U V Published a week ago that he bad countics . Last summer bo suf- boon made "assistant professor"' - - ... ... QHRDO were in error. Water Supply at Swea City Tested Swea City, Nov. 1—An inspector from Iowa City was here last Tuesday and took three or four samples of water from both wells to test (main. The city council is contemplating filling the old pit with cement. Thursday afternoon •the lank was cleaned and the mains were thoroughly flushed. Mayor Heiken thinks this will undoubtedly clear up the. trouble. Wife of Armstrong Hotel Man is Dead .i-,,,. furnace will complete the work. A XU.MIU-K 01- Algonians were i taken to Forest Oily la.st mid-week ! by local authorities in an attempt to identify a su.-iperied writer of i large bad checks. He wa.s recently brought to Iowa from Ke-ntucky. ' The- checks he is supposed to have written ranged from $:!0 up. ; .1. A. IMKWNKi/f, observed his Toih birthday Tuesday, October 2G, ' quietly by spending his regular ' hours at the Brownoll shoe, store. He came to Algona •!•! years ago, or j in ISjKi. For a good many yours ! he traveled in season for a rubber j, and leather company. i' A ItH'igCT ItlUlUm-: saved the I Mike Thtil farm home, near Whit-1 ,temore. from burning down iast j week Tuesday evening, when fire! 'was discovered upstairs. Neighbors answered a call for help ahd j ,put out the blaze. i A MKKTIXG OF the county Conservation League will be held this we<?k Thursday evening at the courthouse. Motion pictures will lie shown and a report of the recent Field day will be given. Plans for the coming year will be discussed. i I'KTKH Snir.lIACINOK, Whitemore, wa.s "in the immediate vi- .•cinity" when a can of anti-free,:e solution for automobiles exploded jone day last week. For a few Craig 1 .Smith left for Chicago Saturday evening to visit Mary ' i.—I—77^—:—TTi, i ri "° F 'oniing, who is attending W'fKKs Mlis 111 I-a 11. | business college there. He relnrn- rorwilh, Xov. 1—William Walk-Jed Monday night to make pre-para- Fallon, er suffered two fractured ribs Questions to leave, for Fallon, Nev.,' r-ivimi'Vn".' day last week. Ho was doing re-1 where he will be in the employ of '' a '" v noon . fered a severe attack of bronchitis which ran into pneumonia, and he , is taking the present vacation to \. or ": recuperate. In California he and his family will visit the siotei- Marjoric., and on the way they will visit the Dodges at Fallon, Nev. Mr. u Rotary guest Mon- pair work in his corn crib and fell. I Armstrong, Xov. 1—Mrs. Nels Hansen died la.st week Sunday, following a stroue. The Hansons had operated a hotel here for some years. Mrs. Hansen is survived by her husband and seven children. The funeral was hold Wednesday at the Lutheran church, and bur- , ,, ,. lal was made in the Armstrong j hours the fumea |natle hiln sick Grove cemetery. j SWKA CITY'S water supply has i been condemned Corwith I.atl Him Over. Corwith, Xov. 1—Marvin John- Bon, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, was accidentally run over by a wagon last week Monday. He was brought to Doctor Walley. and examination disclosed the. only injury to be a Broken arm. The arm was set. Klevntor Mushes Fingers. Corwith.'Xov. 1—One of Tom Hain's hands was caught in an elevator Thursday, while he was helping pick corn at the Claude liogurd .farm, and two fingers on his right were badly smashed. HOSPITALS us unfit by labor- iatory tec-hniciana at Iowa City. Samples are being tested, one froin each well, to determine which is i furnishing impure water. KEf HXTI.V Lewis Scheppman picked 55 bushels of. corn, and his brother Henry picked 72 bushels, in a day. Lewis works for his father at Irvington; Henry for Fred Ryther, Algona. HAV S. Sl'EKUKCK, editor the Swea City Herald, has nouneed that he will not accept the .suggestion of brpthor editors that he run for THE county fair shows a net profit of $000. Total receipts were $13,- H11.52, and disbursements were of an- e will not accept brpthor editors t the legislature in iy;-J8. A.V.M A!, KEI'OKT of the net profit KOSSUTH HOSPITAL, Oct. 25—A. J. Keen, Algona, medical. Oct. 26—Mrs. Eugene Meyers, Al- •gonu, boy; Edward Johnson, Algona, surgical. Oct. 28—Mrs. George Haley, Algona, boy. Oct. 2!)—Mrs. Seward Thornton, Xiivermore. siyis Roland and Robert, Livermore, head injuries suffered in accident. Oct. 30—Mrs. Lawrence Peffer, JfiJ^ona, boy. Oct. 31—E. M. Orton, Algona, anedical; Mrs. Merle Long, Wesley, Surgical; L. C. f'hristensen, Al- Jgona, surgical: Verne Dailey, St. Benedict, surgical. Nov. 1—Merrill Walker, Algona, Aonsilloctomy. GENERAL HOSPITAL Oct. 21—Mrs. Clifford Carlson, iAlgona, appendectomy. Oct. 31—Mrs. Firman Laing, girl. Oct. 30—Mrs. Glen Shore, girl. -!*- Livermure Slashes Leliitfh. Liverniore, Oct. 2')—In th'3 first home football gafne lor Lefty Cayou's team here Friday Liverniore defeated Lehigh, C5-0. Next week Thursday the Belmoml team will play the locals he-re. OYSTERS The Big White Kind LONG'S Don 't Miss These BIG GROCERY VALUES As I; Alxiiit A&P's *:>o,0(W, Kelail Value !Viirtli of I'ri/.es in 12 Wt'cklv Contests. Brand Crcainerv loiva State Hl'TTEK, Tin- .New All Vegetable Shortening—SS'IfV 1 lit. can, 20c; I! 11). can 55p Siinnyfield All-1'iirpose KMIl'K. 7 ft -l/2-lli. }>HK • "*-' •19 II). |JH£ SjilJiU limn lirand FI,OUK, £%„ -l\2-H>, ]>l\g " tJ I/ 19 ll>. bag, $1.2<) Eight O'clock /•"• •* COI-TEE. .S Hi. ban O J. C 1 Hi. bag ISe Red Circle OQ COFFEE, 2 1-H). hags *J €/C White House Evaporated .Ml I,K, 8 toll cans Soaks Clothes Whiter RINSO— 2 Crystal White SOAP, 10 ret?, bars _ 21c I7c QO OO I; r ____ C Large Itars 2Sc WTTEU - NUT COFFEE Armour's Corned CORNED UEEF, 12-i»z. can Armour's Corned Beef HASH, 2 Ki-oz. cans Armour's Vienna SAUSAGE, 2 -l-o/. cans : Armour's Veal LOAF. 2 7-oz. cans _ lona PDAS or CORN, 4 No. 2 Cold Stream 1'IVK SALMON, 2 hi 11 cans 29c KKN-L.KATION d cans'' £5 C KKN-L-JUSKIT, 3 Ibs. 25c lona. MACARONI or Spaghetti, 4 Ib. pkg._ Armou'r Star Pure O/?x» LAUD, 2 Ibs. ^ W Is GKAPFFIiDIT, siz. 80, 5 for 25c LETTUCE, size 60, each __Cc BANANAS, 5 Ibs. 29c A&P Food Stores Large manufacturer, well rated, wants reliable man or woman to handle exclusive franchise in Kossuth counly. Xo selling' or canvassing'. $150.00 and upward a month for part time service. , In vestment of $8.12.00 required which is secured. References given and demanded. Address Specialty Sales Co., Webster City, Iowa. MARKET &zfe£^ & raiser knows lib profit depends on how many noiindc 'Uiiclsof weight. Ho knows It hlu • —i more Iced to fulu Dr. LeGear's Hog Prescription E. W. LUSBY, Algona Announcement— We have accepted the agency for the ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITER CO, Our first shipment arrived Saturday. Make your Christmas plans 'now and be sure to include a portable typewriter. New Coronado A. 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