Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1938
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PAGE BIGHT KOSStrTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA VULCANIZE Your Cut Tires Get many more miles in safety at small cost. DUTCH'S SUPEB SERVICE SUPREME COURT PASSES ON TWO KOSSUTHCASES Reverses the Wildin Verdict, Affirms Smith Case. TWINS From the Mason City Globe-Gazette. Algona—County Supt. William Shirley believes he has something of a record In twins In the Kossuth county rural schools, only one school boasts of three sets of twins. Mary Celestl Trenary, who MONEY To Loan AUTOMOBILE LOANS EXTREMELY LOW RATES LOAiVS MADE ON YOUR PRESENT 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 months. CASH LOANS MADE AT ONCE HO ENDORSERS OR SIGNERS REQUIRED A courteous, prompt, and confidential cash loan service. Call In person or write WESTERN CREDIT CO. 2« East Slate St, Algona, Iowa Cash Paid For Cream Open all day Saturday and Saturday night. ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY Small Loans Up to $300 OS AUTOMOBILES LIVE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. "Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO •«*t to Upper Des Molnes offU* Phone 126 Al«ona. L. E. Linnan was gratified las week to learn that two state si preme court cases in which Sull van, McMahon & Linnan were o counsel had been decided in favo of the firm's clients. One was the case of Tom Well vs. Douglas Wildin, administrate of the estate of the late Cheste Wildin, and the other was the cas< of Ollle Shalk vs. L. F. Smith, tin A. J. Smith Transfer Co., A. J Smith, and Henry Zwiefel, all ot Lu Verne. Both grew out of motor vehicle accidents. It will be recalled that Wells, a farm hand, was riding in the car driven by Chester Wildin on the Hobarton road, on the way to Algona, which figured in on intersection collision the evening of August 3, 1935. with a car driven by Carl Struecker. Mr. Wildin and his mother were killed in the accident, and Wells was badly hurt. Judge Davidson Reversed. Wells sued for damages, with C. W. Garfield, Humboldt, and Quarton & Miller as attorneys, and the administrator was represented by Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan and Shumway & Kelly. A verdict waa returned for Wells, Judge Davidson presiding, but the trial court was reversed for errors. In the other case the accident occurred February 28, 1930, on No. 69 north of Ames. Zwiefel was driving a truck for the Smith company. There had been a blizzard and the road at points had been wholly cleared of drifts. Shalks, going south, followed third car up a hill, and the I ruck, going north, and. their car ollided after the truck had passed not The teaches four miles southwest of Blmore, in Springfield township, has three sets of twirl boys in her classroom. She has 17 pupils, and next fall another set of twins will enter the school. The three sets are Donis and Donald, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. Berhow, Marvin and Morris, sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. Garvick, and Aldon and Allan, sons of Mr. and Mrs. August Busch. For school teachers, Mr. Shirley has almost identical twin girls teaching in the rural schools. They are Faye and Feme, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Olthoff, of Lincoln township, northeast of Lakota. One girl teaches a mile east of her home and the other a mile west. Aria Bakken, K, S. Cowan, Wed— Aria Bakken and Kenneth Cowan were married Tuesday evening at 8:30 at the First Lutheran parsonage 'with the Rev. M. A. Sjostrand officiating in, a single ring ceremony. The bride's Bister Vivian was maid of honor, and Craig Smith was the bridegroom's attendant. The bride was attired in an aqua blue street dress with 'black accessories. The maid of honor wore a royal blue dress with black accessories. Guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bakken, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cowan, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan. The bride Is a daughter of Mr house. Mr. Clark will reenter tin blacksmithlng trade here. Dnnco Tonight AnnonncO'l— The Young Married People' Dance club is having a dance this evening at the I. 0. 0. F. hall The committee n charig.? is Mr and Mrs. Raymond McCorlclo one Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Lowo. Appro xiraately 50 couples attend thi dances which take place even other Thursday night. IVcbers IVed Seven Years— Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber eel ebrated their seventh wedding an niversary Thursday evening, am guests were Messrs, and Mesdam es Albert Grooters, Henry Johan sen Jr., John. Weber, and Esthe Helberg. The evening waa spen : «AL SATURDAY FOR JAKE GAPPA, 75 Whlttemore, Jan. 24 — Jaco lappa, 75, died last Thursday a Otto Hanson's, and funeral ser vices were held Saturday at St Michael's church here, with thi lev. Father William Veit official ng. Mr. Gappa, who was born in ermany, was brought here when e was a small boy, and on grow ng up he farmed near Fairville n his own place. In his later ears he had lived with the Han- ons. He was never married. A rother John died some years ago Burial was made in the Catholic emetery, and pallbearers were obert Jackman, Robert Kliegl Odd" Teeter, and Fred Domek. From a distance attending the uneral were Mr. and Mrs. C. M lanson and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jewel, Lake Crystal, Minn.; Mrs. Anna Gappa, Madelia, Minn., son Cletus; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolz, and Herman Gappa, Hollandale; John Gappa, Buffalo Center; John Gappa Sr., Northfield, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Haag, Thompson. Babe Only Day Old Found Dead in Bed Irvington, Jan. 25 — Margaret Ann, born to Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz last week Wednesday morning, died early next morning, and burial was made early that evening in the Irvington cemetery, with the Hev. A. English in charge. The baby seemed all right at birth, and when she was looked after at 2 a. m. Thursday there was no warning that death was near. Apparently she dropped _, _„— into a. normal sleep, but In the ng for the Smiths and Zwiefel morning she was found dead She vere Harrington & Lowe and had not awakened or cried, and it humway & Kelly with McCoid, ls believed that she died of heart o**/ilri XT TV.IVi/^ rt 1 <•! HT*TDl/\«n<i«* _ .. «•* v he third car. T)e Land is Affirmed. In this case a jury verdict of was 2250 was returned for Shalk gainst all the defendants, but L. ^ Smith argued that it was error s regards himself, because he ?as not a member of the A. J. mith firm. The evidence, bow- ver, showed that A. J. Smith was is wife and the firm had been or- anized and his interest in the usiness transferred to it only a ew months before without all the rerequksites necessary to excuse M F. Smith from liability. The upreme court did not uphold his ontentlon. The case was tried before Judge Deland, who was affirmed. Peisen ": Soper, Eldora, were associated •1th Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan s Shalk's attorneys, and appear- & McCoid, Mt. Pleasant. lorwith Host to a Trio of Strangers Who Seek the Jail Corwith, Jan. 25—Corwith load a io of eek Wednesday .strange visitors from last notHcome to , Alj f na _ ™ l /ednesday till Saturday. ^ ndmKi .. a ,. school ,,, at _ De . s When the afternoon freight ar- Ul ° Datrolmen wil1 n °t be able to rived Wednesday it brought a pas- conduot tlle examinations here for senger who alighted and made his two w0eek f, M ° r ti!1 Silturd *>'. Febru- way to Main street, where, within ar> ' 12 / y wl11 be here again a few seconds, he was the wmtor °" February 26, March 12 and 26, Bankers Life Farm Loans Low rate, long time funds from an IOWA COMPANY. See me for prompt closing, no commission. EDWARD CAI'ESIUS Heise Bldg. Algona, Iowa HIDE We always pay top market price for hides. Joe Greenberg H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STODAGEoFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against lose and damage of all kind*. Equipped to do all kinda of hauling and draying. PHONE 898 Algona, low* 666 checks COLDS and FEVER liquid, Tablets Sabe, Nose Drops ..„,„ Try "JBub-My-Tism" — World's Best Liniment first day Headache, SO minutes seconds, he was the center of a curious, laughing crowd. He had two traveling companions, a little black clog and a large white goose kept in leash by a long trick rope tied about the goose's neck. The goose assumed leadership and guided the trio, the crowd following to the city jail, where the strangers made their home during their stay. They were seen about town frequently and never lacked a large audience. The transient explained that he was not a bum, but paid his way wherever he went. The dog and goose, he said, are pets. He has had the goose four years, and takes the pair with him on his wanderings for the company they afford him. and April 9 and 23. The new schedule provides examinations at Bancroft February 5 and 19, March 5 and 19, and April 2, 16, nnd 30. These dates are also on Saturdays alternating with the Saturdays in Bone Patient Gets Help at Iowa City Irvington, Jan. 25—Duane Riley, who had been a patient at lo-wa Oity since before Christmas, was returned to his home here Saturday. His right leg, in which there is a bone infection, is in plaster of paris cast. He feels much improved and will return to Iowa City in six weeks for further treatment. Mrs. Kiley was with him all the time, he was there. Louis Gronbach, who is also a patient at Iowa City, is not confined to bed, but is tatoing treatment for bis eyes. * Drive in Water, a Blizzard, and Fog West Bend, Jan. 25—Mrs. James Dunn, daughter Marie, son Earl, and Arnold Wilderman, with another son, Emmet, Port Dodge, and his wife, drove to Clinton Sunday to see a foster sister of Mrs. Dunn, Sister Placid, who Is critically sick. Coming home they drove through water a foot deep on the paving near Clinton, and after leaving Port Dodge they ran into a blizzard, and from St. Joe home they drove In a heavy fog. Bnrt lad is "Wrestler, A Cedar Falls dispatch to last week's Burt Monitor reported tbat Merwyn Bahling, former Burt H. S. wrestler, helped the State Teanhers college wrestlers defeat a Grlnnell college team, 35-5, in a recent meet. Former Lone Eoeker Dies. Lone Rock, Jan. 25—Word has , . been received here of the death of one dTylast week A •- ^ • eek< A Jack Kline at the home of his sis ter, Mrs. Jos. Lynch, Waterloo failure. Patrolmen Go to School This Week Patrolmen in charge of the driver's license examinations will not come to Algona but are at- , „, ~ „ -—= , ,T ntji'uerg. 1110 evening was and Mrs. Ben Bakken, and the at Bln | etc _ Tho ^ b bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and prescnted wlth a glft . Mns. H . R. Cowan. Following the ceremony the bridal couple Sjostrand Gives Address- drove to Chicago, where they were — - - -to spend a short honeymoon, visit relatives, and Mr. Cowan was to attend a national meeting of representatives of the Capital Rock were Wool Co. Craig Smith, salesman for the , Cowans, accompanied the couple to attend the rock wool meeting and visit Mary Corrinne Fleming, who is attending school p there. The bridegroom, owns' and operates the new Cowan paint store and specializes in insulation. Following the wedding- trip the bridal couple will have the Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan house while that couple are on a month's vacation In the south. Unique Birthday Dinner Planned— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will have a birthday party I n the church basement this evening. There will be 6:30 dinner at 12 tables, a table for each month in the year, and following dinner each table hostess will be responsible for a numlber on the irogram: January, Mrs. L. F. Rice and Mrs. Prank Shilts; February, Mrs. R. H. Guderian and rtrs. Frank Gelgel; March, Mrs. ..ester Wilson; April, Mrs. A. B. Kresensky and Mrs. Hugh Colwell; May, Mrs. A. W. Amunson and Mrs. Clyde Smith; June, Mrs. Alwin Huenhold; July, Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe; August, Mrs. R. M. Wallace; ieptember, Mrs.. Lyle Mathes and aha Hardgrove; October, Mrs. ohn McDowell and Mrs. Mark ttoore; November, .udwig; December, lurtagh. Mrs. Mrs. Myron C. B. Algona. -*- Algonian in Choir Making Long Jaunt Unless the frigid weather of Tuesday has softened by the time this mention appears in print, Margaret Stephenson, Algona, and some 50 other Morningside collegians face a few days of chill bus riding. Prof. Paul Maccollin's college choir in two busses, is this morning starting a two weeks 2700-mile tour which will include appearances at Kansas City, Little Rock, Ark., and Dallas and Houston, Tex., Jackson, Mlse., and New Orleans. Miss Stephenson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson here, and her father, once of Lu Verne, is a former district court clerk. -*E. L. Rally to Be Held at Lu Verne An Algona sub-district Epworth League rally will be hold Sunday at Lu Verne, beginning at 3:30 p. m. Members of the League here will participate in the program, and there will be no evening meeting at the local Methodist church, but there will be a meeting Sunday, February 6, in which the children's chorus of 35 voices will sing under direction of Mrs. Donald Hutchins. long's Crciies Meet Thursday— The tjhree Congregational -women's circles met last week Thura ay some 30 in atendance at each meeting. The Pay circle met with Mrs. H. M. Potter, and Mrs. Sylia Gunn had charge of the les- on study. Mrs. D. P. Smith en- ertained her circle at a one o'- lock luncheon, and the afternoon r as devoted to making plans for n annual birthday party Febuary 7. Mrs. T. L. Larson'a cir- le met with Mrs. Mae Harrlng- >n, the Mesdames D. H. Goeders, lark Scuffham, and C. C. Knut- on assisting. Mrs. D. D. Paxson reviewed two books. IVa-tan-ye Club Has Meeting- Stella Mae Breen and Violet Norman entertained the Wa-Tan- Ye club Tuesday evening to the former's apartment, 15 members attending. Opal Meyer was a club guest. Two tables of bridge were in play and one table of Chinker- Cheka. Lula Huenhold won. high at bridge, and Buelah Larsen was low. Dorothy Stott, a new member, was high at Chinker-Cheks, and Adah Carlson was low. A two-course luncheon was served. Another Academy Card 1'arh— Another of the parties at' the Academy took place Monday evening. Mrs. P. j. Kohlhaas won the high contract score for the women and Dr. II. M. Olson won the men's high; Mrs. Platt St. Joe, and P. C. Sender won high at auction; Mrs. Willam Ludwig and Sam Hagg were high at 500. There will be another party next Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Besides cards there is dancing and lunch is also served. Fin-well for the Clarks— Mr and Mrs. Paul Clark, south ol Algona farmers, were honored at a farewell party Monday night at their home, 20 neighbors attending. Mr. and Mrs. Clark were presented with a lace tablecloth. I hey are moving to Algona and will, live in a Myrtle Turnbaugh Tho Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjos trand attended a young people's seven o'clock dinner last week Tuesday evening at the Ramse, township Reformed Lutheran church near Titonka, and Mr. Sjostrand gave an address. lawyer Will Give Talk— The Woman's club will meet tomorrow afternoon in the assembly room at the Library and Attorney G. W. Stillman will speak on. Old and New Laws. , Other Society. Mrs 1 . Josephine Stantfen entertained her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon and bridge last week Wednesday. Mrs. W. A. Barry was high; Mrs. C. A. Joynt, Emmetsburg, second; and Mrs. W. D. Howie , Emmetsburg, won a chair prize. The Mesdames John. Kohlhaas and Isabel Wesley were club guests. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Willason entertained at a bridge party Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Wlll- asson's mother, Mrs. Jerry Helgens. There were five tables in play. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Vass won high prize; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fritzgerald second; Hugh Rancy, travel. Mrs. L. E. Linnan entertained at one oclock luncheon at her home Monday afternoon, covers being laid for eight. Contract was the diversion of the afternoon, with Mrs. M. J. Strelt winning high, and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky winning the score nearest the year 1938. Mr. and Mrs. William Kuhn entertained Friday evening at seven tables of bridge. Frank Cruikshank won high for men.; Elsie Willret, high for women, Mrs. Ross Calhoun and Howard Seeley were low, and William Kuhn won travel. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry entertained their bridge club at 7 o'clock dinner last week Thursday. Three tables were in play. Mrs. C. L. Bllley won high for women; L. A, Wlnkel, high for men; Christine Wernert, travel. The Friendly nine Bridge c'ub met last week Thursday with Mrs. Char lea Murphy, and Mrs. Ralph Valentine was a club guest. Mrs. Elliot Skilllng won high; Mrs. Bert Baldwin, travel; and Mrs. Fred Skllling was low. Mrs. W. E. McDonald will entertain the Congregational L. 0. A. Sunday school class tonight, the Mesdames E. W. Lusby and .Guy L. Stokes assisting. A program will be given. The Niadana sewing club met Monday night with Adris Knoll, all six members attending. Besides sewing, the grls held a 'i'sun- shine" gift exchange. The W. R. C. club met Wednesday with Mrs. Elizabeth Miner, and assisting hostesses were Mrs. Sylvia Bllsborough' and Agnes Bilsborough. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Peterson entertained the Neville's store force it a party Saturday evening. Mr. Pederson clerka In the store. The Gladiolus society will hold a committee meeting Friday night at the Kruee-Blossom office. Mr Kruse is a memlber of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker entertained their crlbbage club Monday evening, and Mr. and Mrs. G, D. Brundage won a family prize The Royal Neighbors will meet tonight at 7:45 at the lodge hall The Rebekahs met Tuesday evening at 7:30. A young people's meeting' will be held at the Trinity Lutheran church tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Positively last call oh all Winter Coats Chrischilles Store months more Order your This is positively the last call on all remaining winter coats. We still have a very nice selection of all sizes from 12 to 48 — in mostly staple, tailored, untrimmed coats—in wanted colors and styles. You'll find just the coat you're looking for here and at prices which represent substantial savings to you. f you are planning on buy ng a winter coat this seas on, we advise an early selec ion. Priced from $10 to $19.75 which is approximately ^ price on our entire stock/ . A FOUR-ACT PLAY, Romance m a Boarding Room, will be pre, academy tonight at 8 o'clock. Ice-Skating Rink Mecca at Corwith Corwith, Jan. 25—An Ice-skating rink opposite the Methodist church has been a most popular place in Corwith for the last two weeks. Large crowds are using it, and every type of skate known in the history of the pastime has been in service. A business boom in hockey sticks is reported, and unless thaws ruin the rink a full- grown hockey tournament will probably be In order. Corwith Farmwife is Gashed in a Fall Corwlth, Jan. 21 wi In the Ice cut a severe gash just below stitches were quired to close the wound. in COUNTRY STYLE Demonstration BLOCK SALT PILOT OYSTER SHELLS. 47e »» IMS ^__ $1 MISS MINNEAPOLIS FLOUB, 49 lbs . """"" 'I OATS, J. S., 48 oz. ——-W.7B ; Ifln PBUNES, 40.50 size, 3 Ibs. """ " KAISINS, 2 lb. pkg $1.75 Whole box $3.25 GOLDEN SYBUP,~io~ib7 ANDERSON'S JACK SPRAT WE DELIVER PHONE 848 Now don't be snooty, Mary, there's one little bargain spot In Algona and that's the ANNEX We have taken over some choice bargains from the Main store to our little bargain store. Here are a few of them. 10 pairs of double ' heavy 72x84 blankets, slightly soiled but worth $2.50, for only A big lot of one-of-a-kind sample curtains for bedroom, bath and kitchen- new styles ------ o»c to $1.29 Sweaters— really fine ones --------- ........ »8c to The greatest line of ladies' and misses' cotton frocks ever shown in Algona at this amazingly low price, sizes 14 to 50, only ______ og Some real bargains in ladies winter coats, good styles untrimmed sport models — Ladies' fine silk blouses, $2 00 values ™ M* bargains on our silk dress rack — good styles and excellent material in a complete slue range. Still two large sized ladies' wittV 8 and 52 ' bl <"*. with fine wolf collars for And many many other choice bargains. Come in and take advantage of them. Harness Gallop Joe Bloom wt ^ DAKGEBOUS mm Buy Breeding Cattle That are Guaranteed J utable Breeders. Shorthorn Cattle arc able and Most Economical. f *y v A dozen of the most reliable breeders in the 6 ?§ Belt will be the sellers in the f siw H. "' y$. 5 4 i 1 *!* -. ofi ^ofe )i» *•*? r «n ' tic: S* '$ bu •*t ,dr v^S? Central States Shorthorn Sal to be held at Webster City, Iowa Monday, January 31 FIFTY-TWO CATTLE WILL BE SOLD, 28 BULLS—29 FEMALES ; Every animal is fully guaranteed to be a breeder^ to be able to pass tests for t b. and Bang^dfe that will permit them to be shipped into any ^ Test charts will be furnished when necessary' Dipping These are high class cattle for bediJ milk production. You will profit from purdi i made at this sale. A complete catalog, well il, trated, wrth pedigrees and guarantees, will ha | nished to everyone who will attend this Bale. Sale at Marvel Sale Pavilion on U. S. Highway Sf" at Webster City, commencing at one o'clock PJ WILL JOHNSON, Sale Manager, 3709 Sixth Ai SIOUX CITY, IOWA Auctioneer: J. E. Halsev, Des Moines | 1937 Illinois Corn Performance Test ResiS Prove "All Around" Ability ol l|| PIONEER! ---results of the 1937 Illinois Corn Perform^ _, Tests conducted by the Illinois Agricultural Ev3j merit Station Urbana, 111., Bulletin No 440-againprl the all-^ound" ability of PIONEIR-the Quality Hyl| i J ?3j , _.^ ... § 64. A., ^^rf 1 ?. 1 !?" h ad 10 entries out of a ''" competitor had more iw tw^c™ among «| VM ^ usual PIONEER had a high General A ating. it yielded high — it stood up well-lw a com of uniform quality and higher feediff S3 were of the Official - *«« it is W ell to bear in mind t^j ^es were not special "show-ring" hybri|| ry same kind that'corn growers are I™' 1 ™ ord behind it FW GREATER p Quality H Joe Matern. Geo. p, ' U P° n knowin 2 Yields a y » u dt, WWtteni«» THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS thtough SCIENCE -MONITOR Pay Your SuhKriptum

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