Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1938
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PAGE TWO 8-Year-Old Boy at Titonka, Is Dead KOSStTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, tOWA PASSES SUNDAY AFTER ILLNESS WITHJHE 'FLU Titonka, Mar. 8 — Funeral ser- Oesterreicher. Dean, who was going on !), was born here June .12, 1029, and died last week Wednesday ot influenza and complications. Death took place at the Kossuth hospital. Hisjjj~ vc "d. parents and three sisters, Ferae, ' Ixivon, and Leota, survive. 'Safe in Coast Floods— St. Benedict Farm Moves Reported About Finished St. Benedict, Mar. !) — Farm moving in this territory is about completed. The Hoods moved to Whittemore, and the Gouges, Wesley, are now where Hoods lived; the Clarence Slemers have the place the F. Eisenbarths vacated, and the Dunlaps are where the R. Rickes lived, the Rickes having moved to Algona. Glen Wood has the Roland farm, and the Joseph Clnks have come to St. Benedict. Mr. Hanson is now with the Edw. Gormanns, and Mrs. E. Emory has the place the Hansons left. Henry Miller is where John Youngwith building. Other St. Benedict. The Henry Arndorfers drove to Bancroft last week Sunday to call on Henry's mother, who had been seriously sick 'but is now somewhat improved. Mrs. Clara Brd- mann, Mrs. Arndorfer's daughter, came from Akron, Colo., to care for her. Mrs. Alfred Nelson and her sons were at Mason City one day last week and called on Rosalie Dorr, student at the Hamilton business college. 1 Sexton Arthur Steuber, who has been employed at W. C. Taylor's a year loft Monday morning for Grinncll where he will work this coming year. The Albert Groscnhachs who formerly lived here and where Art formerly worked, are farming near Grinnell. irfr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Editli were guests at W. C Taylor's Friday evening, the occasion befng the Taylor's 21st wedding anniversary. Wilbur and Everett Stevens and Rex. Taylor and some friends from Algona, attended the basket ball game in Mason City Friday evening. The Stevens brothers al- John Arond took his daughter | sn alte ~ nt i c d another frame at Ma„..„ ,,™ lu , .,„.,.,<;. ;,„..,: ... —„ ..„„...-,— Helen, a seventh grader, to Algona son clty Saturday evening. Patricia Ball, Jacqueline ('allies. I Mr. and Mrs. John Grandgen-j Monday to attend thc county spell- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise were week-end guests at Lu Vorno, -Charles Beed, and molds, accompanied Schram sang, Safe • Robert Rey- ctt received a telegram a few days ir >S contest. Good Hope Men to Serve Public Supper Wednesday Good Hope," Mar. 8-A commit- ' tee of which R. A. Harvey I. the chairman met at the Harvey home i Monday evening to perfect plans for the annual dinner to bo serv- of Aid members will present a ed to her bed ovef the week-end with an attack of flu. The Good Hope Aid met last members of the commltteo are Messers. Jons Soronacn, Roy Sarchett, T. A. Reid, William Dodcls, and the Rev. Allen H. Wood. Representing the Aid was Mrs. Wood, president for the current quarter. A menu consisting of Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, baked lima, beans, rolls, coffee, apple pie, cheese, and relishes Is planned. Serving will begin at or near G o'clock, Wednesday evening, on March 16, and will continue until all are served. It is expected that about 150 will be served and it is, important '.that persons solicited furnish the full amount requested, j It is requested that so far as convenience will penult food will be program in the Community Room, and it will Include numbers by the Peters brothers, Wallace Hawcott, and Merrill Moore. A nominal admission charge will be made at the door, and refreshments will be serve a small additional charge to such as desire them. Mrs. Wm. the Arms of Jesus, Beautiful Isle of Somewhere, and Sometime We'll Understand. Pallbearers were: Herbert ivi>i;ivt;viuL<jii;jsiciiiitii(j» vitijo —" — T . . nv.wi*.\j*»w ei »uu *<••• ««• »-•,• .,.,.,. — , ~ saying that their daughter Mil-1 Mr. <llld Mrs - Lawrence Ludwig, whero thoy went to bc wlth Mrs. | delivered at the church not later safe,' Garner, .spent Sunday here with W ise's grandmother, who |s ser- Schram, Robert Schultjor, Wayne Alechlar, Raymond Ricklefs, For-'trains rest Manna, and Gerald Muber. , able. Dean's Sunday school class, his' S. S. teacher, Mrs. Ray Hanson, : '" K«pair School Jtuildinp— Oils schoolmates, and his school) Tho Ilev - Father Kramer dred, Glcndalo, Calif., was though she was in a flooded district. She had intended to leave for home sometime last .week, but! could not do so because neither | visitors at Harvey Johnsons. Lawrence's brothers and sister. j oua ] y m a t her home there.. Mr. and Mrs. Dg White, Plum Mr ' an(1 Mrs Dale Thompso-i were Saturday afternoon ftlld Mr . and Mrs. Sim Bemis attended a party in Algona at the Saturday even- nor airplanes were avail-1 Tll ° John Sheas, Bancroft, spent gtockwell home | Sunday with Mrs. Shea's mother, ing> " ~rs. Carrie Eriekson. Mrs. John Grandgenett has a The Dale Thompsons called last an-1 new electric Frigidaire, a surprise orst's. Thursday evening at Pete Broth- teacher. Ardls Voight, attended ! nouneed Sunday I hat there would! gift. the .services in a body. There were! *" Je a mooting next Sunday at the I Little Leroy Preushel has been many beautiful floral offering i school hall to discuss repair of the • sick. The W. C. Taylor's were Sunday visitors at Robert Hart's, of iKronniiiics (iirls 'Hostesses— The H. S. senior home economics girls served the annual .school dinner Tuesday evening at 6:30 at the schoolhouse. The color fichemo was rod and green, and the table was decorated with American Beauty roses and lit by ]ong tailors. \ut cups wore shaped like red roses. The first course was a fruit basket; the second course, mock chicken leg, mashed potatoes and gravy, Harvard boots, undcr-the-sca salad; near Rake. The Harts were mer neighbors of the for- than 5:30 o'clock of the afternoon of-the dinner. Attending besides the men were j Mesdames Bertha Sarchett,' Myrtle Sorensen, and Cora Reid, also Margaret Dodds and Ellen | Sleussy. Ice cream and coffee were; served by the host and hostess at ] the close of the business session. | Conservation Meeting poultry autl baby chicks followed. P vlli '° thcy al > w ° r f. ' . .,, , . , southern part of the state. I ho next meeting will be with Mrs. Tod Wallentine. •. and Alvin Rippontrop and little son third course, raspberry icc'-box moved la.sl week to a farm and foi't'oe. Attending: Mr. : .Mvin'.s father. Supt. and as this Is bv o. j; as keeping near Rippontrop, •oak and Mrs. Emery Stewart, und Mrs. C. A. Iloon, Coach T. A. Dumnii-e, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. ; «,,ofilvc families gave them a tin i Stott Mr and Mrs. Ernest Hun-; shower at the new home Friday i' - n son, Mr. and Mrs. rhns Brandt, evening and they received many K and Mrs. George Peterson,, utensils to be used in the kitchen. Mrs. Homo,- Downs, Mr.. Those present beside the honorees were the 0. J. Rippentrops, the Jacob Telkamps, the George En-1 I liens, the fort Rippentrops, the [Everett Rippentrops, and the Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking. The Shower Given »wlyw<ls— Mesdames Richard Zielske, Will Mabus, William Bauman, Albert Weaver, and Ralph Clark held a ! post-nuptial miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Walter Klocke, Mrs nee Freda Swart?., at the Clark home Friday afternoon with 30 guests present. Games furnished entertainment for part of the afternoon and Mrs. Fred Mabus and Announced- At 8 o'clock next Wednesday .evening, following dinner at-• the Taylors i Good Hope church a meeting of hi the interest to all will be held in the 1 auditorium. J. D. Lowe, seeretary- and reki- treasurer of the county Conservation League and state organi/er, the will give a report on an interna- Kelson Farm Jfol Sold— It develops that the W. C. Nelson farm, supposed to have been sold early in the year, was not. sold. The Qulnten Bjustroms, who j formerly occupied It, had moved' because of the supposed sale and are now on the Herman Dau farm. farm has no tenant. lint and Coat Hack Installed— Tom Reid and Edw. Broesder completed the installation of a coat and hat rack in the Good Hope Community Room Tuesday —an improvement which will bo much appreciated by patrons of social affairs. Other Good Hope. Th« Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Buffa- • lo Center, -spent several days| last week with the James Knolls. He is caring for the Methodist work at Burt till the Rev. Thoburn Spcicher, pastor, is well enough to resume duties. Mrs. R. F. Hawcott was confin- MODERN NEW PLUMBING FIXTURE^ We are now showing an an, u ' beautiful new plumbing fixhm.s'^'A the latest designs and color c (m ] n r tions. ' Modern installation h\- <i, lr l'L A -^ perts assures low costs-ami quick, (•]/,& service. Have a beautiful and sa' bathroom. Laing & Phone 464 Mr. Mr. and .and Mrs. L. 0. Wolfe, Mr. and TWrs. William Sriiram. and Stella' Peterson. thr,J,!!o!v tlra ,i - Iouse " Mre - A - F - Bocsc w «™ p^ vin - themschoa. their re- \ Thc honoree tnen opened her I packages and found many lovely Lunch followed. Boby (iirl is Iteud— The four-months daughter of Mr. and MI-P. Dick linadu died suddenly Sunday morning. She had boen sick for some time with a event was also celebration of their second wedding anniversary. Attend Buffalo Center Services— Funeral services day at the Immanuel •church, the Rev. A. Kil in charge, and interment made in the church cemetery. Canadian Ki'iiirns lo Home— f'hnrles Gutknecht took his brother Edward to St. Paul Sunday, where he left for his home at :La Porto. Canada, Monday after three months with relatives. Frank Lewis, Lakota, find Arthur Anderson, Swoa City, accompanied them to the Cities, where they spent a few days, returning early this week. 1 Lutheran'once Singers put on a sacred n on - m, pastor, cert to a crowded house. These singers are helping the Rev. IFarrington, pastor of the Meeting Held Despite Sleet— The. Methodist Bovean Sunday school class drove to Henry Patterson's Friday evening for a monthly social meeting, and de;"J-1 spite slippery roads and sleet most Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis Dolores spent Sunday with tives at Estherville returning same evening. - tional meeting ho attended recent- 1 Mrs. James Carroll and family ly at Baltimore. Persons who have j attended the funeral of Arthur | heard this talk on previous occn- Penton, north of Algona farmer, i sions say it is intensely interest- Monday morning at St. Cecelia's ing and inspiring. In addition to Catholic church. Mr. Penlon is a! this address the Rev. W. G.-Muh- 3on-in-law of Mrs. Carroll. [•'afhcr-Son Siiuiqucl Manned. Lone Rock, Mar. 8 — A Fathers and -Sons banquet be given March 17 at the church, and the Rev. Otto Frerking, Lakota, will be main speaker. Dwight Fornau and Gerald Angus will be other speakers. There will be group singing, also special numbers by the boys. leman will present wild life and other moving pictures. Every interested person is welcome to this meeting, and every farmer should bo present for the. information he will get. Representing the League in Good Hope community are .Tom Reid, Jens Sorensen, Bob Harvey, and Andrew Beck. l Program is Planned— This week Friday night a group National church, with evan-elistic i °' Ul ° meral ? ers wcre Present. The ' - - * .- - c V ln -' € ' 11Sltlc i young people spent the evening ] playing a the Bla/e jit French Home— Sparks from a chimney lit in f orvlc cs, and the church is not a rolled up awning at the H .\. • 1; "'S° enough to accommodate the i oatinrr ,., , - tne crowd so the special meeting was Lall "° ll D1 held in the school Sunday afternoon and in the church Mgain evening. The local Pros-, i- in ,, hyterian congregation attended thei,],.,? Sunday evening service and all re-: n'-'o, ports give the singers high praise. French home Sunday and awning wa.s ruined before blaze was noticed. Paint on the house was scorched. Mr. French • Sumla - v put the fire out with a hose. variety of games lunch. and Citrs Tanglo nn Tec— Tho Oscar Norland and George Larson cars skidded together on ice Friday evening as Mr. Xorland VTU.S driving out of his Fenders and doors on were damaged, but no one injured. Women Hold Tro.icft -Meeting The Ledyard township home driveway. Project women held a monthly the cars;" 10 "' 11 " wiln Mrs. Raymond Win- rerliiiifr Itiiugliter 111— The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frer- received word last Thursday their daughter, Mrs. Gerald i, had undergone a major op- ;eration at Rochester Wednesday! ;und wa.s as well as could be ex-i but no visitors would be i for several days. oc THE DEINK OF OUTSTANDING FLAVOR Mr "IVin •zel won second m an amateur contest at Burt Friday evening. The boys played guitars, and .Ruby ' ' ' was ter Friday afternoon, with ! Emma Smith and Mrs. J. E. i camp assisting hostesses. Comid- in .imaieur ( ontest— jering the stormy afternoon a iMwyn, Kuby, and Leonard Sten- , crowd was present. ing was followed by the .,_ „„ meeting. Lucile Pepoon, H. D. A., gave a talk on Achievement day I'lans, and Mrs. 0. H. FrerkinL- Other Titnnlm AVwe ! san?> r Wi " Xot Pass This Wa >' n,V.-P ? ,, " St l A » al »- and little B "r.v L'kena fane Clarke, son of Mr. and Mrs.! ' 'JjUke Meller, came Friday for aj ten day spring vacation.' Ito at-! tends Waldorf college, Forest 1 City. George Higgins drove to DCS Moines Friday and entered the veterans' hospital as a patient. Etta Eden, employed at Algona, .Spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Eden. Other Lnkotn News. Tol ' Mesdame s W- E. Gutknecht, JCU '\\ade Ball, and Delia Smith accompanied Emma Gutknecht to Groun sin- ^ Mason c 't- v Friday, where they (xioup sing-,. spcm lho dny _ Whi)e ther(j the > had a short visit with Mrs. E. R". Worley, who recently moved from Lakota to Mason City. Lena Gutknecht accompanied them home and spent the week-end with her a solo. A general discussion of.^ech"' ^ ^ ^ A " SUSt Gut " It's Heavier in grain content and made for the person who likes a 1 really genuine, old time hock beer. Try a glass of Gluecks. It's Stronger in volume percentage because bock beer's extra weight demands the added step- up. For good taste, try a glass today. It's More Satisfying to the real beer drinker because it is the ideal Spring drink and because it is made by old-world trained brewmastcrs. Sportsman's Tavern G-. A. Wittkopf North Dodge We announce our association for offering- to erty owners in Algona and surrounding terrL. reliable service for painting, paper hanging, * decorating needs. We are experienced and 'J antee a satisfactory job at a price satisfactorj, the customer. We will be pleased to give yoi estimate on any decorating work you have. ligation. We have all had up to 15 years experience in »V| T' work, and are well qualified by experience < > training to give you a quality job quickly ai S ]JS neatly. -i/l cor jCermit Forbes Milo Rentz Phone 698 for Free Estimates '•BBIIBIIBBBBIBBBBBBIIIBBBBBIIBIMI BB0 Grant Friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fischer Sunday evening to lionor the couple's 14th wedding anniversary. Attending: the A. A. Jacob.sons, Mr. and Mrs. \rdcn 'Reynolds, the Edwin Aliens, the Martin Gabels, and tno Alfred Zielskes. George Patterson, Agnes Karls, George's cousin, Boyd Leslie, and Adela Johnson, Lakota, spoilt several day.s last week with relatives •at Truro and Des Moines, and Mrs. Carrie King and Mrs. Jennie Holm carne home with them for visits. Mrs. King is Mrs. John Patterson's mother, and A.IS. Holm is a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Skaggs returned Saturday from a visit at Suorburn, Minn. The Grant young people had a Party at the schoolhouse Friday evening, 20 attending. Mrs. Jos Mayne .served lunch in honor of lifir son James, who celebrated his 17th birthday Sunday. The Aid met at Tena West- «ott's last week Wednesday The aext meeting will be with Mrs .Harold Fischer on March 16 Mrs. Florence Kelly, Hewitt Minn., formerly of Grant, was operated on for appendicitis at a Bertha, Minn., hospital two weeks «g*> and has recovered. 'The William Speichers and Mrs Mayme Speieher, Fairmont, wenl to Burt Saturday to attend the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings silver wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings were once residents of Grant. Mr. Jfennings is a, brother of the two Speieher women. 666 checks COLDS and FEVER liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops Try "Bub-My-Tlsin" — World's Best Liniment first day Headache, 30 minutes W.WAV%WWWWJWywWWW JWVJWWWfJ See the cars displayed on Thorington Bot\vecn Call and State Street During National Used Car Week MARCH 5 to Bring in Your OLD CAR Drive Out A BETTER CAR One '36 Chev. Master Deluxe Town sedan, 18,000 actual miles One '36 Chev. standard coupe, 19,000 actual miles One '35 Chev. Master sport sedan, clean One '35 Ford V-8 Coach, trunk, reconditioned, slick |35 Ohev. Stand. Coach, 19,000 miles, runs perfect and clean '33 Chev. spt. sedan, reconditioned, new tires '35 Several Used Trucks and Cheaper Cars B priced low as we must move 1936 Plymouth Coach 27,000 piiles, perfect $365,00 cars > looks like new CE ON EASY TEEMS , Body or Work, Also Painting Heaters, also Anti-Freeze & tt/FOLKS - IT'S USED (AR WEEK Kossuth Motor Co. Phone 200 North Dodge St. MARCH UNLAWFUL DRIVE A CAR WITH 1937 PLATES iwue K - u ° f duly of that after C ASEY LOSS SHERIFF O f Kossum lorn-

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