Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 16, 1937
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Lv. NOVEMBER 16,1987. SINESS lECTORY Tw. Ml»l«r ft KILLER Offices. Office 427, residence 114 Algona, low*. >^| 7"~7 - __^?SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE J. I, BONAB f Attorney-at-Law i jowa State Bank Bldg. hone 460-W. Algona, low* J, McMAHON ft LIHHAS Bliivan S. E. McMahon I TJ. E. Linnan I Attorneyfl-at-Law _i new County Mutual Bldg [Office, 261. Algona, Iowa RINGT01T ft LOWE rneyB-at-Law [ NESS, 0. W. STILLMAJ Lawyers , in new Helse Block. Algona, lows iumway E. D. Kellj HUMWAY ft KELLY TAttorneys-at-Law / tlce In Qulnby Block Algona, low* FARM YOUTH LAID UP IN 2NDACCIDENT Corwith, Nov. IB-Two accidents havo occurred in the vlclhlty m the last week. P. J. Grclner, looal Mo- Cormlck-Deering dealer, fen a8ho ^^""tof the O.K.'lunch and surrerea a broken lee iimi the hip. b J L Mr. Grelner was taken to AIL where his family lives, and it the Kosauth hospital. A 25-lb weight is kept on his I (!B , (m d 'ft will be some time before the ono mated 6 PU a CUSt ' Dootors «™° pital eight weeks."' 11 ^ '" th ° h "' S " -Ki^ASSffjrss- sriHi l t E ;,TL;,sf-™ f Mo iirnt.1* TT_ __. . ' " ' "" Twenty Years Ago I'iiRns altogether. Hi! nalos, and Mo then populjir and prices prevailed. four •'fog sales, cat- wero the work. He was serious ybrul, ed about the chest and upper arm but an x-ray showed bones. Junior "Aux" I. A. WINKEl Attorney-at-Law ce in Qulnby Building Phone 180 IHIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law over Iowa Stale Bank 06 Algona, Io»» P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law , _ i over Iowa State Bank Office, 460-J;' Res. 316 fJHISON (TALD C. HUTCHISON IEODORE C. HCTCH1SOK Attorney o-at-Law urity State Bank Bldg. 51 Algona, low* G. McMAHON Attorney-at-Law Dfflce in Helse Bldg. $25 Algona, Iowa no broken Officers— The Junior girls' Auxiliary, group two, and the leader, Mrs. Ar?L ? bb| heltl a rcgukl1 ' "iceting at the Legion hall one- evening last week. New officers to serve three months are: president. Helen Do Groote; secretary, Doloris Dunlap; chaplain, Rosemary fantastic war boon tclophon fined $100 each, and the llquo £ivgal ° n jugr o£ ^hlake five nn , one gallon jugs, and 20 pints— was Hnfh, Hutchison. » Justice Sheriff Samson poured vm ft r. .v $17.05 in the best weights! * * * * KMORY SEWARD and Raymond 'diler had written from Cami :!.? w , Moxi( : 0 - Tnev had Channing Wchlcr Cody in there. surprised to find and William * * * * KSTHKRV1LLK was planning to nark a highway from Algona to I hat town in order to attract sum., mer lake tourists. A TRAIN HAD STRUCK a car •ay, cnapiam, uosemary Beers; ,, u . v historian, Luella Higgle; and colnr «.„„„ bearer, Lois Jean Purgeson. Following the meeting games were driven by Aline McGovorn at Whi't- lenioro, and two other women had suffered fractured ribs. Mrs. J. L Cnnvley, a (laughter. Mrs. 'Anna Mccreery. and Mrs. Frances Uiaule« were in the car. AN ANNUAL COMMERCIAL club bamniet was to bo held at the new C. hall, with R. H. Faxon, secre- played and lunch was served by the hostesses, Dorothy Ann Welter and Deloris Dunlap. The next meeting will be held at the Legion nail December 11, with Eunice Tabb as hostess. Mrs. Welter, membership chairman, reports two more new members, which bring the total to 57, or two above quota. Juniors Give Class Play— The Junior play, A Ready-Made Family, was presented at the Merchants theater Thursday and Friday evenings under direction of Gertrude Hurley. It was a three- act comedy by Jay Tobias, and following is the cast: widow, Gertrude Dunlap; her son, LuVerne Korleski; her elder daughter, Jeanette Wood; youngest daughter, Donna Gray; her sister-in-law. Rita Faye Foley; a widower, Milo Risvold; his daughter, Maxine Per- as . _ Isabel were to serve a meatless-wheatless wartime dinner at a dollar a plate. THE * * * KNIGHTS OF Columbus had raised $1,206, and Catholics in other towns of the county had boosted the total to $3,050, in a campaign for soldiera' camp houses similar to the Y. M. C. A. houses. S. E. McMahon, M. J. Quinn, J. W. Sullivan, Thos. Kain. and R. E. Kain had donated $100 each. # # * * |OHN N. KENEFICK ysician and Surgeon over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 CBETZMEYEB, M. D. [irgeon and Physician John Galbralth Block Phones 444-310 low* ELYIN G. BOURNE sician and Surgeon Ice in Poetofflce Block I Office, 197; residence, 19< DENTISTS IBB. IF. M. OLSON Dentist over Christensen Store. Business, 166; Res., 788 Algona, Iowa , u .^t , *j..j UIIU^IIL^I , 1U.U.AI1IU i UI - .,, -,L (•(" kins; his son, Richard Johnson; !™±,™ darky cook, Jean Merriam; colored handyman, Kenneth Wilhite; teie- graph boy, Robert De Groote. There was special music between acts, directed by Esther Smith. STOLEN AUTOMOBILES were being sold by a "fence" in Fort Dodge, and men implicated had bec.n caught. Some Algona missing cars, it was thought, had been sold there. * * * * KOSSUTH HAD DONATED $1,0-IC for the purchase of books for army camps. Algona raised $534. POSTAGE RATE on letters had been raised to 3c, and the Matron's Itirtliduy Paradise chapter of the Eastern Stars met last week Monday evening, and a report of the recent state grand chapter meeting was given by the worthy matron, Mrs. Jean Foley, who, with Airs Lester Bonnstetter, attended at Des Moines. Mrs. Foley was presented with a corsage as a reminder of her birthday anniversary, which was last week Tuesday. The meeting closed with lunch served by Mrs. Claude Stull, Mrs. Glen Dunlap, and Mrs. E. G. Gaskill. Former Convith Girl Weds— Word has been received of the marriage of Fannie Dewitt, Cedar Rapids, to Ernest Leonard, Winter- local out of both threes and ones. Postmaster I. M. Finne.ll reported 5,800 sold in two days. SECRETARY JOE PAXSON had moved the County Mutual offices set. The event took place at the'and 12c. home of the bride's niece, Lenore Beggs, Cedar Rapids, October 30 at from the Boston block, where they had been 22 years, to an upstairs front room in the new Quinby & Krause building. * # * * A Y. M. C. A. DRIVE had been started to raise $9,000 in Kossuth. Committeemen in each township and town had been appointed. Thirty-five millions was to be raised in a countrywide campaign. NELLIE M. STAHL, Hurt nurse in France, had received packages of coffee and other goods from American friends. She had seen an air raid, and she reported moonlight against the Allies. * * # * FIVE-CENT CIGARS had been raised to Gc, and lOc cigars to lie ID. 1VALRATH, D. D. 8. I General Dentistry f_e In Postoffice Block. Algona, Iowa R, HOFFMAN Dentist |ce in New Heise Bldg. 'es: Office 44, res. 116. . C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa Bus. 133, res. 174. AM) INSURANCE IJIITAGU & SON ans Heal Estate and Bonds Phone 105 8:30 o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Beggs. of Anamosa, performing the ceremony. The couple are living at Wlnterset. Mrs. Leonard is a former Corwith resident. Corwitli Youth Rood Typist— * * * * ALGONA'S CLAIM to the state high school football championship had been stopped by West High, Des Moines, which won, 42-0. "Clem" Nugent suffered a sprained ankle in the first half of the game. Aubrey Dnvine, later a University 'ithlcte, was with the Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Woodbury's team. n WORTH IN PMES. IFOMESITES, ND INSURANCE JF. HERBS'! St. Bk. Phone 03 See • n. I'AXSON Dwelling, Household Automobile Insurance. 'eglect your policy for of- occurs when Insur; •ance FOX son Wallace, a student at the American Institute of Business, Des Moines, has been elected member of the International Honor Society for Business Education. I(e won the distinction by typing ten minutes and malting fewer than five errors. The school reports that Mr, Woodbury is an excellent ptudent. Mnstt'rsons .Hailo Grandparents— The Mastersons were ca|led to Lu Verne a week ago Saturday to make acquaintance with ft new grandson, born to Mr. and |>Irs. De Rae Godfrey. The baby nas been named Robert William after his two grandfathers. Two Join Boy Scouts— The Boy Scouts met one day last week at the schoolhouso, and two new members. Bill Robinspn and Ronald Stephens, joined. Jlmmie Galloway, Wayne Woodbury, and * * * * Junior tests. Oxley passed firpt-class Youth Suffers Sprained Foot-Harold Evans sprained a fpot one COUNTY SUPT. SHIRLEY estimated there were 8,368 students in the schools of Kossuth. Of this number 2576 were in town schools, 4706 in country schools. * * » * LETTERS had been printed from Guy B. Anderson, who described army activities at Philadelphia; Durwood McDonald, in Paris; Nellie Sthl, in Prance; Lloyd Phillips. Irvington, then in New York City on a transpdrt; and others. * * * * D. E. DEWEL had had both bone.s in his right forearm broken when he cranked a Ford automobile and it backfired. * * * * A TIP TO CATCH booze runners landed the wrong parties, but nevertheless a large amount of liquor was found on them. They were- .. . " ^imiouji iiumeu t into the sewer at the corner of the First National bank, while a deeply interested crowd looked on. THE LATIME*R*STORB had received 4,800 pounds, or two and a naif tons, of candy for holidays, it came in 148 packages. * * * ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAMS ARE GIVEN: LUVERNE Lu Verno, Nov. 15 — Armistice day programs were given here by local organizations at meetings lost week. The Tuesday club heard a peace talk Tuesday by the Rev. L. Wlt'teriburg, his subject being "Is War Justified?" Memories of the Armistice day in 1918 were given at roll call, and there- was a general discussion after the ALAN DAILEY, 18, had enlisted at Des Moines while he was there for the West High game. His brother Channing was already Tnls meeting was held at with an army motor ammunition Edw ' """" corps in New Mexico. * * * * COMMITTEES had been appoint- talk. Mrs. Thursday morning at 10:45 the high school assembled for a program, which consisted of Allegi- ed for the drive to raise $9.000 'in a ance to tn e Flag, singing the na- Y. M. C. A. drive. The money was tional anthem, talks by, Maxine to be used for Christmas presents Smith, Gordin Dimler, and Merle '"" '- " ' Eggleston. In Flanders Field, read by Miss Luers, and a description of the tonib of the Unknown Sol- died by Doris Eggleston. A girls' for men in the army. * * * * A HIGH SCHOOL declamatory contest was to be held, with the D. E. eextette sang Keep the Home Fires Eugene Burning and America the Beautl following taking part: Dewel, Eugene Kenefick, 0 Murtagh, Roland Paine, Emily Rist, ful. Isabel Hutchison, Frances Qulnn, I Programs were also given in al Hazel Staley, Vinna Vincent, Vesta the* grade rooms. Ceasarean Section Proves Successful 'Corwlth, Nov. 15—Mrs. Leonard Mullins. who one day last week had a Caesarean section at Mason City hospital, was reported improving last week-end. Her condition had been extremely serious for several days, but it was believed Friday that she had turned the road to recovery. A baby son was being kept in an incdbator, and was doing well. Mr. Mullins spent last week at Mason City with his wife. Algona Boy is Pledged. St. Peter. Minn., Nov. 15—Palmer Sellstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. ««?i ellst , r T' AIgona - Ia - was recently pledged to the Omega Kappa fraternity at Gustavus Adolphus college here. Pledges were made after six weeks period of rushing activities. Young Mr. Sellstrom, a freshman, Is one of the three freehmen cheer leaders at Gustavus football games. same at the Court Houee In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament tl said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 13,1937. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. E. C. McMAHON, Attorney. Weaver, B. F. Dewel, Ruth Lindsay, Maxine Momyer, Gladys Tribon, and Edith Wright. The Cemetery association met a the community hall in the after , . i ' noon, and the sextette sang the j - ti * same numbers as in the high n d ? nt **? iTOm scn °° l Program, and Maxine Smith B" Wher< % ^ T S repeated her talk before 35 women Bureau ° nsular An out-of-town club guest wa jolnln \ the Mrs. Emil Meyer, Chester Center. armv « n rt w™ H army and would be a stenographer, perhaps at General Pershing's headquarters. * * BURTON THORPE had written Progressive Club Entertains— The local teachers and the hus bands of members were guests o w-v'-vn A -l-A V J.VJ. JJJ 11CVU. W I HUCUL J.1_T^ • * t r from Camp Cody, N M where he I the Pr °g r6s sibe Woman's club at a was stationed in a motor ammuni- ' party at the comm "nity hall las tion corps. He praised the Y. M. I week Tuesda y evening, and bridge C. A., saying that it furnished three i a " d ™? k furnishe d entertainment movies a week, boxing, lectures,' w , lth ; M T S< , Ray - stone and George and sports for the soldiers. When ^! lede Binning high score at bridge Veterinarians ..State street, Algona [ggee.476-W; Res.. 475-B COUNTY MUTDAI ASSOCIATION , -•h of insurance In no me company. Safe, se- son, Secretarj &J*EpIm™G "^paired. Mrs. Harry Allen assisting. The lesson was on Rebuilding Rural America. Refreshments-were served at the close. The Woman's club met last week *«..,. . i Tuesday with Mrs. G. L. Severns, day last week, when hejunip^eajm | and among numbers on the program was a poem by Mrs, C. C. Johnson and a book review by Mrs. Fred Bush. Portia Johnson entertained the Worldwide Guild at a slumber party last week Tuesday night. Games were played before .retiring. Hawthorne camp of the Royal Neighbors met Thursday at Mrs. Walter Thompson's. Mrs. Addie Massion assisting. Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe are parents of a daughter, born last Wednesday at the Algona General hospital. John Evans and Roberta Masterson were Mason City visitors last Wednesday afternoon. The Thimble Circle met one day last week at" Mrs. Ernest Bonnstetter's. lowe two in a ii lts brunches P n Office 604,' Apt. 896. a PPoiutment. Beblmer 8 . IOWA ' Founded Second 1908 ' »* tr at A > ' » ct of M° na ' Iowa - Under °* Ma 1879. a wagonload of corn. He has been unable to step on the foot and has been receiving medical attention from Doctor Walley. Post-Nuptial Shower Given- Mrs. Robert May was hostess to friends at her home one afternoon last week. The occasion was a post-nuptial shower for Mrs, Donovan May, who received many gifts. Wesley Basketeers Coiiiing-f The first basketball game! of the season here will be playep this week Friday evening, when pe local boys and girls will play Wesley tarns in the Corwith_gymnasjium. Other Corwith.Fairvi>w. Charles Campbell and hjis son Verne drove to Fort Dodge last week Monday to attend the i)uneral of an old friend, David Woof Mr. Wood had worked for Mr. Campbell at different times. Mrs. Wo( d died only a month ago. i Mrs. Shelby Stephens, sous Robert and James, her mother.] Mrs. Lucy Harris, and Mrs. Wilma Stepens went to Hollandale, Minn., Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Stpnhens' sister, Mrs. Lawsoi Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moon have moved into the Irene Bogard house, where the Arthur Tabbs had been living The Tabbs have moved mto the small tenant house recently moved to the Peter Jacobs !•«. The Baptist Mission Circh Friday with Mrs, Paul Wi mot .liains, Coffee We keep all the leading brands at low prices. Extra discount on 3 and 5 pound lots. LONG'S not drilling, the boys had rabbit liunts with clubs. * * !- . BELLA DARLING, superintendent nurse at a Spencer hospital, md resigned to become a war nurse. She was to go to Chicago n December for instruction. Now she is Mrs. A. A. Theile, Emmetsburg. OHANNING DAILEY had written from Camp Cody, N. M., where, he said, there were 15 Kossuth solders. Drilling in the sand was real ivork, as it was six inches deep. * * * * HORACE MORGAN was home on urlough from Camp Dodge, and he old of the training there in. a machine gun corps. * • _ _ A. E. CLAYTON'S oldest daugh- ,er had suffered a broken bone in her right arm when she fell from a horse. She is no'w Mrs. Ward tfcWhorter and lives in. Arkansas. THE OLD LACY feed sheds had been sold to V. B. Trlpp, who planned to hold livestock auctions here. SCHOOL TEACHERS at Britt, nd other girls there, had gone to he beet fields to pick beets for larvest. A girl at Corwith picked :>0 bushels of corn in a day. There vas a great shortage of farm help. * * * » RAY McWHORTER, Burt, and lair Laird were attending a mili- ary aviation school at Austin, 'ex., and Laird was a captain of a enior wing student company. * * * * THE FOOTBALL TEAM had leld Fort Dodge to a scoreless ;ame. * * * * THE CITY COUNCIL was in- pecting various engines for the ower plant, and had been at Lu /erne, Minn., to see a plant there. ( * * * * .A COMMUNITY CLlfe banquet ad been held, 125 attending, peakers were Ralph Faxon, Des loines chamber of commerce sec- etary, Harvey Ingham, Dr. Howand Hanson, Des Moines minis- er, L. J. Dickinson, G. W. Paine, ' 0. Walton, and A. J. Cliff. Vera Madsen at • rook. Mesdame C. C. Smith, George Tiede, J. L Lichty, S. H. Baker, F. I. Chapman P. C. Lichty, and A. D. Burtis weri the committee in charge. Frida: afternoon the club held a regular meeting at Mrs. C. B. Huff's, and American Education week was ob served with a program on the in fluence of the public schools on American public opinion. Mrs. P C. Lichty and Mrs. Adam Zweife read papers on, respectively, Why We Are Proud o£ Our Publii Schools and The Weaknesses o Our Public School System, and dis cussions followed. Pour to Mission Conference— The Rev. E. R. Walter and Geo Merkle, Lu Verne, with the Rev and Mrs. J. W. Lanta, Renwick, at tended an Evangelical mission con ference at Waterloo last week This was a continuation of Evan gelical preaching missions through out the United States last yeai Four bishops and many other lead ers of the church are on the pro gram. Chicken Supper Next Saturday— An annual bazaar and chicken pie supper given by the Presbyterian Aid will take place this week Saturday. Other LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blum, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Blum, Edw. Blum and Henry Schuler, all of Monticello, Wis., arrived Thursday to visit the Kubly families. Addie Thompson, of Morrison has been visiting at her brother Peter : Thompson's. Mr. and Mrs Tracy Jones, Grundy Center brought her here. John Blumer. of Wisconsin, was a guest of his brother Paul last week. A son was^ born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stripling last week Monday. WANT ADS STORM SASH WILL PAY FOE ITSELF In 2 Years Inquire of any heating engineer the value of storm sash in cutting your fuel costs. We can refer you to a local heating engineer who will prove definitely the great savings involved in having your home or office equipped with storm cash. We will gladly send a representative to measure your openings and quote you prices. No obligation involved. Better call at our office or phone 256. Be sure and get the better kind of storm sash; they cost no more. Now is the time to have your Hardwood Floors Laid "Everything to Build Anything" Botstord Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. PHONES 256 NOTICE OP PROBATE OF WILL No. 4321. State of Iowa. Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, November term, 1937. To All Whom It May Concern- You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Henry Peitzke, deceased, dated November 19, 1930, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 13th day of December. 1937, is fixed for hearing proof of • • • i An Investment Rule 4 THAT HAS NO EXCEPTIONS . . . Buy safety of principal and security of income ... and you buy peace of mind and future independence. INSURED SHARES Your savings in the Algona Federal Savings & Loan shares are insured up to $5,000 by a United States Government agency, and your investment will earn 4% per annum. We will lend you money to buy, build, or remodel your home. Pay us just like rent! ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN Algona : Iowa Announcing — 1938 Models of — National Gash Registers an Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Nov. 16, 17 and 18 at the HOTEL ALGONA of this city. They invite the retail merchants of this community to come in and see the new ter manufa 0h k^ 6 be6n developed after fift y- six years experience in cash-regis- MR. A J STEBN and MR L, J. ROCHE will be n charge of the display; and they will be pleased to explain the latest models in detail. They will also be pleased to discuss any merchandising problem you may have. Register Com P an y also has the largest stock of used cash reg- SIoux Citjr> j owft Ask about trade-in allowances and our liberal payment plan. B. H. TUCKEB, Sales Agent 815 Pierce Street November SALE Now is the time to buy your winter coat Stocks are still complete—plenty of sizes and styles. PRICES SLASHED FUR TRIMMED COATS Georgeous Fur Trimmed Coats—fashioned of long-wearing Boucles, soft and warm Fleeces, colorful Tweeds and mixtures. Soft satin linings with warm lambs wool interlinings. 23 " NOVELTY COATS Here you will find smart sport coats with swagger sleeves, fitted or loose models. Good looking coats with fur trimmings on collars—some of the fur collars are detachable, Novelty pleated coats with or without fur collars and good staple tweed coats—all at this low price. $ 14" WARM SPORT COATS These coate are just a Steal*' at this low price. Good looking junior styles from 10 to 14. Smart looking sport coats in 14 to 20, Mostly green, rust and gray. Dress Coats for the larger women in more staple styles and colors. KRESENSKY'S Ladies and Children's Store £et Youy Discount in ft. & H. q-yeen frying

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