Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1937 · Page 9
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. KOVBMSBft 2, 1&37. IRECTORY COUNTY ADTAHCi "Newspaper Founded IB as Second » ClMi 31, 190S, at th. ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA VTSTK K^TWSr [Act o* March 2, 1879. ttrton "H. w. 05 * Law Office*. Office 427, residence 114. Algona, Iowa. j, I* BOHAB Attorne**t-La.w ilowa State Bank Bldf. hone 460-W. Algona, Iowa ir, McMAH05 llvan S. B. MoMaho* L. B. Llnnan Attorneya-at-Law new County Mutual Bid*. lOtttce, 261. Algona, Iow» _ k LOWE Attorneys-at-Law kna*. ££•£$ Bice Over *?ostoffiee [ NESS, ft. W. SMLLMAS Lawyers i in new Helse Block. Algona, Iowa H* ALGONA WOMAN HELPS IN THE ORGANIZATION Established at Wesley — — :• . ' • • . >•• • .' •' • V"- PAGE 9KVm an "Delation to teachcr " Its va uo eroded 1 ill soil keeping , te |S nmch or this damage fcumway • B. D. Kelljf HUMWAY ft KELLY I' Attorneys-at-Law [flee in Qulnby Block Alcona, Iowa L. A. WOTKEL Attorney-at-Law (ce in Qulnby Bulldlos Phone 184 IHIBAM B. TTHITJS Attorney-at-Law j over Iowa Sta> Bank Algona, P. A. DANS05 Attorney-at-Law i over Iowa State Bank Office, 460-J; Be*. 811 CHI80N If AID C. HUTCHISON EODOBE C. HUTCHISOII > Attorney^-at-Law brlty State,Bank Bldg. • • Algona, Iowa IUBICE c. MCMAHOR Attorney-at-Law WIce In Helae Bldg. 125 Algona, Iowa DOCTOBS OHN N. KENEFICK lyslclan and Surgeon f over Rexall Drug Stor* Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 the organization is by the next JV - •u j , at tne Kleinpeter Monday night, November 15 Meeting nights will be the third Monday night in the month, and it is planned that they shall be peppy wlh a social hour and light lunch Forty of the 63 persons figned up and a membership of 150 to 200 or more is hoped for. Eight to Hancock Gathering— Mesdames J. L. Studer, Tom J £u r ^ rger> Kate Ke nnedy, Gcorgo Vitzthum, Halvor Flom Jr Alfred Erdmann, R. B. Hopkins, and Robert Welter attended a Hancock Legion Auxiliary meeting at Corwith last week Tuesday at which Mrs. Leo Laird, eighth district committeewoman, spoke. A regular" meeting of the local group was held that evening, and plans were laid for Armistice day, when J. D Lowe, Algona, will be speaker. The next carpet-sewing bee will be held at Mrs. Leo Bleich's November 10. Aid Divides Into Circles— Mrs. Arlo Dawson, president of the Methodist Aid announces that the sum realized from the annual bazaar and chicken supper October 23 was $125 instead of the $114 first given out. The Aid is being divided into circles which will have meetings monthly, with the following chairmen: Mrg. George Aldrich, Mrs. Wilbur Fischer, Mrs. Charles Kraus, Mrs. John Mullins, Mrs. Arlo Dawson. Each circle will choose a. name and meet at homes of members. An Aid business meeting was held Wednesday, when, a serving calendar was made out. Farm Bureau Women Meet- Mrs. Olof Funnemark was hostess to Farm Bureau women at her farm home Thursday, women in both Wesley and Plum Creek townships attending. The H. D. A. from Algona was leader, and the meeting, which began at 10 a. m., lasted till 4 p. m. There was a potluck lunch at noon. The lesson was on ——»-•—— making toys. The next meeting 'oween party at the church, will be held December 1 at Mrs. ,~~^, , Stanley Keith's. Meetings are open Mother Dies in Illinois— to all Interested women in both Mrs E R Pninn nnH * townships. nlm e ° n < oun <*><>** what •' hap IOM I from erX The on T^™?* f^ nt>t .P^ected. against Cashed down from tho hn' ."f hter Colored layer of soil has been tion. Thte P ro Bh A lB S nc ^ the land was broken for cultiva- h s not onl j decreased productivity of the hills Paul R™ T, e ,, red U ? the richer ^""m-land, lessening eltJna ° the Four 'County Soil Associa- ™ ,,, tion, points to the rtivU t n eltJn ? a ?K°f the Four 'County Soil Associa- eroded 1 ill soil £ hd , lvislon P° lnt between the original bottomland and Cr ° P rotatlons including a legume, and ** ' ° r **?* W ° Uld have Invented , CBETZMEYER, M. D. irgeon and Physician i John GalbraUh Block Phones 444-310* Iowa ELTDf G. BOUBNE lysician and Surgeon * ice In Poetofflce Block.. "'" 197; residence, 19« DENTISTS |»B. H. M. OLS01T Dentist . I over Chrtetensen Store. Business, 166; Res., 788 Algona, Iowa [D. WALBATH, D. D. 8. [General Dentistry i In Postofflce' Block. Algona, Iowa B, HOFFMAN Dentist > In New Helse Bldg. Office 44, res. 116. |»B. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa Bus. 133, res.. 174. ) INSUBANCE &-SOJT Heal Estate nrmice and Bonds Phone 165 WORTH IN HOMESITES, , AND IN8UBANCE [JOEL M. HERBST St. Bk, Phone 99 See • D. PAXSON _ Dwelling, Household •ana Automobile Insurance. neglect your policy for of- occurs when insurance ETERINABUNS FOX , veterinarians Street ' ' , 475-W; Res., 475-B COUNTy MUTUAL CE ASSOCIATION worth of insurance In company. Safe, so• Paxson, Secretary D. SHOE SHOP Bhined and Iowa BEAUTY 896. Priscilla Phoebes Hare Meeting- There was a good attendance at a Phoebe-Priscilla meeting at Hannah Nelson's Wednesday. The next eon, Dr. B. A. Harris, Cairo, 111. meeting will be held on the Tues- The body was taken to her old day before Thanksgiving at Mrs. P. home at El Paso, 111., where fun- E. Skow's, with her daughter. Mrs. eral services were held and burial ^Jfn rt\ n-n TX-i iilonn /loelatiTio- n nrl r*nll urn o ma Ha \Tra TTtiT>»»(a TITO a QQ and Marion Paulson, assisting, and roll call will be answered with Thanksgiving Bible verses from memory. A program will be given in place of the usual Bible study. Boy .Celebrates a Birthday- Little Gary Punke celebrated his fifth birthday anniversary Saturday by entertaining boys and girls of his age at a party in the afternoon. The youngsters had a round or so of games, with Donna Haynes In charge, after which refreshments were served by Gary's mother, Mrs. Earl Punke. Gary received gifts. Conservation Chapter Meets— •The local chapter of the Conservation League will meet at the Legion hall this week Monday night. The group here recently joined other county groups which vigorously protested an open hunting season on pheasants. It is felt that the pheasant population is far below ;hat required for an open season. School Kids Have Party— Members of the seventh eighth grades in the public schools, with Miss Johnson, teacher, had a Halloween masquerade party at the schoolhouse Thursday ~'" w each member taking a guest, evening was spent at games stunts, with awards of prizes,' Halloween lunch was served. Program for School Mothers— A dozen or more mothers attended a Halloween program in the primary room at the public school- liouse Friday afternoon in response to invitations from pupils and the teacher, Agnes Boyer. The children gave a program and passed candy and apples. Changes Jobs at Algona— Arlene Haynes, who since early June had been office girl and general helper at the General hospital, Algona, resigned one day last week fo acce.Pt a place as office.assist- ant and bookkeeper for the Maxwell Motors, Algona. Pound Party for Pastor— The Rev. Arthur Bottom, returned to the local Methodist charge at the annual conference a Sioux Ciy and his family will be bono.ed wlh a pound shower in the church basement thisjveek_Monday n.ght. New Sou for the Kellners— born last week Sun- past summer. one other son, oln, Neb. Woman's Club Program Given — The Woman's club meets this week Monday evening with Esther and Ruth Hodgson, and the general program topic will be Whither Youth? This will include a round table, on what is new in education, led by Mrs. Helen Peters, and a book study, The Lost Generation, by Maxine Davis, given by Mrs. B. W. Brooke. night, The and A boy was day to V and Mrs. Mrs. Kellner is a Foertsch daugh-, Matt Kellner. ter. Other Wesley News Mrs. Cllnon McEnelly roi or parental home at to to PRESBYTERIANS AT BURT STAGE A'PARTY'WEEK Burt, Nov. 1— Last week was a h ,, ,° ne at the Presbyterian church here. On Wednesday afternoon the Mite society met at the- church. Wednesday evening the Christian Endeavor had a candle light banquet, attended by 40 young people. Halloween, colors were used In table decorations, and girls of the Junior Endeavor dressed in aprons, with headbands, in the Halloween colors, were waiters. Clarence Riddle was toastmaster, and the following program was given: Welcome, Lyla Olson; tenor solo, Richard Brayton; Reading, Arlene Patterson; solo, Mary Ann Smith; trio, Ruth Thompson, June Rash, Mary Ann Smith; address the Rev. Mr. Fausnaugh, Estherville; remarks, the Rev. J. M. Doms, pastor. Friday evening an all-church night was 'held, and a covered-dish supper was followed by a program: congregational singing; talk on missions, Mrs. W. A. Peters; tenor solo, Richard Brayton; missionary play by Junior Endeavor; violin solo, Marvel Jacobson, Minneapolis; radio address, Dr. Robert E. Spoer. • . .•: Saturday evening the Junior Endeavor had a masquerade Hal Mrs. E. E. Paine .and Mrs. James Wadsworth, Lone Rock, left Friday evening for El Paso, 111., called by news of the death of their mother, Mrs. Agnes Harris, Thursday afternoon at the home . of was made. Mrs. Harris was 83. She had visited here a number of times, the last "Visit being made the She is survived by. Edw.' Harris, Linc- house, which was vacated recently by the H. W. Trainers who moved to Algona. The W. J. Lockwoods have rented the house vacated by the Thaves family. Mrs. Maude . Hanna, Luella Bleich, Dorothy -and Mary "Jean McDonald, and Marilyn Boettcher attended a Halloween .social at the school taught by Dorothy Smith in Portland township Wednesday evening. The Junior high-school had a Halloween party Friday, and Barbara Thompson waa a guest. The first four grades had a party in the domestic science room the same afternoon. Mrs. Maude Hanna spent the week-end at her son Walter's, Nora Springs, and Alice Eighme accompanied her as far as Mason City for the week-end with Anna Overgaard. The Birthday Circle met Thursday with Mrs. H. W. Manus. The same afternoon the Fortnightly club met with Mrs. L. A. Boettcher. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell and Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, Al- ;ona, attended the Passion Play at Mason City Thursday. Mrs. Lewis Larson entertained the Sewing Circle Thursday. This was the Circle's first meeting . in several, months. Mrs. L. D. Hodgson, daughters Esther and Ruth and Mrs. A. H. Vfeinzer were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday. Marvel Jacobson Minneapolis, has been spending a couple of weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Edw. Kienitz. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and Mra. Horace Clapsaddle, Algona, were Fort Dodge visitors Friday. An annual high school Halloween party-, was held in the school gymnasium Friday evening. The U and I- Circle met Friday at Mrs. A. G. Volen^ne's, Mrs. J. A. Volentine assisting. Mrs. Carrie Taylor, Algona, spent Friday with Bertha Daniels. Mrs. D. T. Hobson was sick several days last week. Banker H. E. Rachut is driving a new Ford V-8. Walther League Has Party— The Walther League entertained the Fenton League Thursday evening at a costume Halloween party, and 60 young people attended. Clever stunts and games provided entertainment. Raymond Lavrenz won a prize for the best costume. Change at Oil Station- Ray Dremmftl is new Standard Oil tank man, succeeding C. L. Holding and 0. H. Graham has charge of the station, which Ray Dremmel had been operating. Burt Girl Will Wed— A shower for Arlene Beitz, who is soon to marry Earl Meier, was given at Mrs. Henry Meier's Thursday. Methodist Aid Plans Supper- Thursday, November 11, has been set for an annual Methodist dinner and bazaar at the church. Other Burt News. M. L. Vinaas'accompanied W. H. Klamp, Algona, to Des Moines Thursday. They went duwn for Personnel Change inD. M.R. &T. Basil L.' Walters, managing .editor of. the Des Moines Register & Tribune during the last seven years, has been made editor 'of the Minneapolis Star, which the Cowles interests bought a year or so ago and are rapidly converting into a leading Minnesota daily paper. Gardner Cowles Jr., who has been executive editor of the Register & Tribune, has succeeded Walters as managing editor. The managing editor of a newspaper usually has supervision of news and make-up. Mr. Cowles has an assistant who will doubtless do most of the work. It is supposed here that Mr. Cowles retains the executive editorship, which has to do with the editorial policies of the papers in general. His brother John is co-publisher with the boys' father, Gardner Cowles Sr. Dinner Club Eats at W. A. Foster's The Dinner club met Monday evening at Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster's. Members besides the Fosters are Messrs, and Mesdames C. R. LaBarre, G. S. Buchanan, W. G. McCullough, and A. L, Long, and Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker. The annual fall bazaar and supper will be held at the Doan theirTives, who had* attended an ,'?!»»«* next week Tuesday, and Rastern Star grand chapter meet- i the following menu will be served: 11 Jdl llltVJOj M»iU u%4U «nv»»«»-»-»» —Eastern Star grand chapter meet-, — - ing there. Mrs. Vinaas is worthy Potatoes, gravy, candied sweet po- matron of the local chapter. All tatoes - baked beans, cranberry returned home Friday The Edw. Thaves moved into the Mrs. family has Ada Mann able living quarters can be got. At present Wesley has a drastic shortage of houses, with many doubled up for living accommodations. Mrs. Tillie Loebig was at Richard Van Horn's last week, helping with the housework and caring for Mrs. Van Horn, who has been in po'or health. Mrs. Paul Erdmann, Mrs. Oliver Young, and Mrs. Arthur Bottom will be hostesses to the Methodist Aid at the church this week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. have rented the mann Delbert .George Benton Haupt- wl ,, yacate the wm give rs w t.» w gve h(fre for a week with her husband their setoSd card aid dance party second man at he creamei y. i at ^^ ^ tnis wepk at - Wednesday n, S ht beans, cranberry salad, buns, pickles, pumpkin pie with whipped cream. Mrs. Rae Hutchison, son Robert, and three boy friends, arrived Friday at Bryan Asa's 'for the weekend. The women are sisters. Mrs. Maud Brink will be hostess to the Aid Friday, Mrs. Mabel Hansen assisting. The date is changed, as members are invited to attend a 1:15 o'clock luncheon given by the Algona Methodist Aid. Mrs. Howard Sparks and Mrs. Guy Dimond attended the Priscilla Phoebe society meeting at Hannah Nelson's in Wesley Wednesday.' Mrs." Joseph Baker, Lake Crystal, Minn., spent last week Tuesday with Mrs. puth Sparks, and her sister, Mrs.' Louise Wolf, who has. been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sparks, for two months. .Bernice and Zada Altwegg, of Ruthven, and the William Altweggs .spent a week ago Sunday with Mrs. Ruth Spares. EX-PUBLISHER IS A VISITOR AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Nov. 1—Vern Ellis and his son Clayton visited friends In Swea City over Friday night. Mr. Ellis had spent six weeks with his son Guy in Minnesota. Clayton drove to Minnesota for him, and they stopped here on the way back to their home at Denver. Mr. Ellis once published the Swea City Herald, and he is also a former publisher of the Bancroft Register and the Lu Verne News. He still maintains interest in printing, for he has a little private shop at Denver. Mrs. Ellis died a few months ago. Firemen Have Annual Feast— The Swea City firemen held their annual banquet at the Legion hall Thursday night and guests were members of the town council and ex-members of the company. Henry Myhre, Estherville, was the only out-of-town guest. Wives of the firemen met the same night at Mrs. Keith Albertson's home for a manless party, and 15 women attended, including Mrs. Myhre. Methodist Aid to Meet— The Methodist Aid will meet this week Wednesday at the church and hostesses ,wil.l. he-Mrs. Fred'Seylar, Mrs. Harold Evans, and Mrs. Elmer Smith. Mrs. Henrietta Goff will be devotions leader, and Mrs. John Ecklund will be in charge of the program. Music will be furnished by Mrs. T. F. Mitchell. Junior E. L.'s Have a Party— The Junior B. Y. P. U. had a Halloween party at the Guild hall Friday evening under sponsorship of Mrs. Bronleewe. The juniors were masked and in costume. Ghost stories were told, and Halloween stunts were performed. The youngsters had an exciting time. Mrs. J. T. Serrig Dead- Friends here of the J. T. Nervigs were shocked Wednesday by news that Mrs. Nervig had died at her home at Green Mountain. The funeral was- held Thursday, and interment was made at Hardy. Mr. Nervig was once cashier of Farmers Savings bank here. Scavenger Party is Given— The Epworth.L'eague.had a scavenger party in' the church; basement Friday evening, and there was much scurrying about town to get such items as signatures of five women on a hat, hard-cooked eggs, a 1930 car license, and other things equally "useful". Inspects Bad Check Artist— 8. P. Eckholm accompanied Deputy Sheriff Arthur Cogley to Forest City. < Wednesday. for... identification of a prisoner there who was suspected of being the man for whom Fults & Eckholm cashed a bad check one day last summer. Indefisk Snpper Big Success— A ludefisk public supper Wednesday evening was well attended. The women served chicken or -ludefisk to more than 200 people and made $120 plus^ Grades.to Stage Operetta— .The-.grade- children, 1st .to 6th, will give an operetta in the school auditorium this week Friday night under direction of Frances Dahl. Other Swea CItj. Mrs. Fred Peterson, drove to Spencer Friday, taking her grand- lather, W. A. Witter, who had vis- ,ted the Petersons two weeks, for a few weeks with a son, L. A. Witter, who lives there. The R. P. Bravenders entertained the Hi-Lo club at dinner last week Monday evening, and farewell guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bovls, who have since moved to a new home at Elgin. The Alpha Circle of the Methodist Aid met last week Tuesday at Mrs. R.' M. Mlnkel's. Officers are: pres. Mrs, L. p. McNeil; vice, Carrie Harner; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Iva-n Elliot.. Several persons from here at- tended a Notre Dame-Minnesota football game at Minneapolis Saturday, including Mr* and Mrs. Arthur Chrlstensen and Wilfred Carlson. Mrs. Lester Haglund entertained the .Legion Auxiliary at a radio party Wednesday afternoon. The women sewed rags for rugs for the veteran's home. Mrs. Victor Eckholm, daughter Lydia, Mrs. Barger, and Mrs. Jennie McCrary were dinner guests at the R, P. Bronleewe home last week Tuesday. Phyllis Hammond was sick with the flu several days last week, but returned to school Friday. Mrs. Wilfred Carteon and her daughter Jane drove to Des Moines Friday. The Swea City Hatchery marketed 1200 turkeys Wednesday. Bancroft Choir members of St. John's church were entertained at a party Thursday evening at Mrs. A. H. Foth'g. The evening was spent at playing games, after which a delicious lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. William Saunders, Mendota, 111., visited relatives and friends i» Bancroft from Friday to Monday. Jimmy Frederlckson Injured his arm Thursday evening while play- Ing In the high school gym. The carnival at the Bancroft high school Thursday evening was well attended. It waa sponsored by high school pupils to raise money for the basketball team. Mrs. L. J. Mouse! entertained the Three-Table club at bridge Tuesday evening. Mrs. A. W. Kennedy won high score, Mrs. Mike Droessler, second, and Mra. Enos Kohnke low prize. Mrs. Matt Kramer entertained at four tables of bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ray Welp won high score, Mrs. Charles Stauder won the lucky plate prize,, and Mrs. Arthur Murray received low prize. Lois Mason attended the Notre Dame-Minnesota football game «1 Minneapolis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Saunders* and son Joe were also at the game. Clara Nemmers returned Friday after a two weeks trip to La Motte and Bellevue, where she visited relative/) and friends. 'Fat' Hastings No Heavyweight Now Algonlans recall that I. C, Hastings, once Judge Quarton's law partner here, was inclined to too much avoirdupois even M young man he was when he here, and after he went to Gariwit to practice law hid ahadow contla- ued to grow. But of late he hail been sick, and for four weeks h* was a Mason City hospital patient, during which time he lost -88 pounds. He is now gaining, and the Garner Herald note* that he> was down town last week Monday; for the first time in five week*. Some Algona oldtimers at' high school football remember "tW as their coach and can't Imagin* him as a cadaverous "pushover." WHY FEED AN ARMY OF RATS AND MICE ? •- You don't like them. They don't do you any good. In fact, they are dangerous pests. They are very fond of corn. You have a lot of it this year, but have you more than you want? Are you willing to donate several bushels to rats and mice? If not, make sure now that you have rat-proof storage for all you will soon harvest. Do you need more storage capacity than you now have? May we help you plan it or figure your bill of material when ready, or both? We have a splendid line of crib materials and can tell you quickly what you need for your crib job. Glad to tell you how to rat-proof an old crib. It isn't much of a job nor is it expensive. It will go a long way toward helping you get rid of rats. F. S. NORTON & SON ALGONA PHONE 229 IOWA Worth Waiting For I (Below is a telegram just received from Detroit, Michigan, in response to our inquiry about the 1938 Ford Cars, to be shown and distributed in the very near future). r«nn ui uwim* n I»M «• ewrunr n CUIKM u» i WESTERN UNION *"—•— H lt*¥*ivtdat """"*•"'*•* Kent Motor Co., Algona, Iowa Detroit, Michigan After seeing New 1938 Ford Cars and Trucks and Lincoln Zephyrs at preview, there is no doubt but what Ford leadership will be maintained through 1938 as it has in the past. The New Ford is an entirely new car in apperance and interior appointments. Would advise you Telephone all your new car prospects Ford Nelson - Bolcott WATCH THIS NEWSPAPER—THEY'RE ON THE WAY Kent Motor Co. 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