Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1938 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 24, 1938
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PAGE TWO KOSStTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA THMJ3DAV. Oldtimer in Springfield Dies Saturday EMIL STENZEL, NEAR LEDYARD, PASSES AT 78 Ledyard, Mar. 22—Emll Stenzel died nt his home in Springfield township Saturday, aged 78 years and nine months. Mr. Stenzel was born June 11, 3859, in Germany, and was married there to Alvena Miller. Thirteen children were born, 10 of whom are living. When Mr. Stenzel was 29, he came to America, and his wife followed six months later. They settled <it Hubbarcl Tn 18SS, but in 1!)03 moved to Springfield township, whore they lived till 1920, when they moved to Lakota. Mrs. Stenzel died in 1919. In 1935 Mr. Stenzel returned to Springfield township. The children are: Ida (Mrs. Ernest Kuchenbacker), Otto, August, Emma, Hugo, Alma (Mrs. Loren Kessel), Reinhold, Louis, Walter, and Ella. There are. 23 grandchildren. Mr. Stenzel was the oldest resident of Springfield township. Funeral services were held Monday at the Lakota Lutheran church. Carpenter Crew is liusy— Leon Worden and his carpenter crew of 11 men began spring work last week. Most of the men have to open a beauty parlor here. She rented a room over Harriet's Cafe and will fit it up for a shop, planning to open about April 1. Ledyard has never had a beauty shop, and so welcomes Miss Heller. Herzog Wife nnd Brother Sick—' II. Herzog was called to Wisconsin last week Wednesday by word of the serious sickness of a brother. After he had left Airs. Herzog, who had been in T>oor health, was taken worse and had to have a doctor's care. Mrs. F. Busch has been helping care for her. Off for Jforflnvest Const- Laura Johnson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson, has left Tuesday with three Algona friends for Portland, Ore., where all expect to work. For the last year and a half Laura had been employed as waitress at the Silver Gray Cafe, Algona. Albert Barnes nt Hospital— Mrs. Albert Barnes and her children were at Algona Saturday and Sunday, to be near Mr. Barnes, who was operated on last week Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital. He is doing well, but will | be at the hospital two weeks. ™___^_ I Attend Party nt Gnckeen— George Hagge and the Arthur Zielskes were at Guckeen, Minn., Sunday to attend a surprise party for the Victor Andersons in honor of the Anderson 15th wedding anniversary. Tom Johnsons are Parents— Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson are parents of a 9%-lb. ' son, noaring completion. The men are: Aubrey Waterhouse, Harold Herzog, Howard Jensen, Arthur Zielske, Ace Warner. Glenn and Raymond Johnson, Harold Albright, Glenn Burrows, James Logan, and William Barnes. Mr. Worden does contracting and building all over the countv. i cm -i c i f:..<.f <<, a boy. Learns fo Paint Autos— Glenn Yahnke was at Fairmont Friday, attending a school of instruction on car-painting. Minn., visited the Elvin Carpenters last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jensen, Buffalo Center, were at Glenn Yahnke's Sunday. The Edw. Masons, Charles City, and Ray Mason, Fairmont, spent Saturday night and Sunday at George Thompson's. The men are brothers of Mrs. Thompson. Innmr Engelby, of Deerwood, Minn., came Friday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Engelby. He took them to Jewell to visit two other sons. Robert Weiler went to Radcliffe last week Thursday to bring home Mrs. Weiler and the baby, who had for a week visited Mrs. Weiler's mother. The William E. Wiemers and Colette Hnag were Friday to Sunday guests of Mrs. Wiemer's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of Redding. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, of Bancroft, with their son Victor, were week-end visitors at the daughter, Mrs. Fred Dorsey's here. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith were Algona callers Sunday, and Betty Matzener took care of telephone exchange while they were away. The Leo Renos visited at parental Reno home in Wesley Sunday. The John Millers were at Mason City last week Tuesday. Fred Dutton was at Humboldt from last week Tuesday till Friday. The Max Nitzes spent Sunday at Ralph Clark's, Lakota. for the latter's sister, Anna Johnson, Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson.) St. James, Minn., called on the' William Martineks Saturday. ( Howard Sparks has been sick since Saturday. Doan Mrs. Snell is 'Grandma'— Mrs. George Snell, of Chokio, Minn., and her son Louis stopped at Jacob Telcamp's Friday on the way home from Fort Dodge, where they had visited a daughter who is in a hospital there with a new baby. The baby has been sick with the same disease many babies have died from recently in Chicago, but is now recovering. Mrs. Snell is Mr. Telcamp's sister. U. I!. Player Under Weather— Lurene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lloyd, has been sick with inflammatory rheumatism. She has been one of Ledyard's star forwards at cirls' basketball during the last several years and this year was on the honorable mention list in the state list of outstanding players. Beauty Shop Here Planned- Esther Heller, Algona, was here Saturday, making arrangements Other Ledyard Jfews. Mrs. Hnnah Simser, Blue Earth, silent last week Monday at her daughter Mrs. Christy Hendrickson's. The Harlan Pirsigs and I the Floyd Andersons, Blue Earth, ; were at Fred Bauman's. The Harj old Clarks, Bancroft, were after, noon callers on Mrs. Clark's fath- • er, J. C. Underkofler. i The Otto Richters, Elmore, j spent Friday evening at Clifton iEngelby's. Mrs. Claus Daniels and her son Donald were at Blue' Earth last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Telcamp and Mr. and 'Mrs. Cort Rippentrop were at j Edw. Telcamp's Friday. | The Edw. Christs, Forest City, j visited relatives here Sunday, and Cleo Gabel, who lives with the Christs while attending Waldorf I college there, spent the time with j her mother, Mrs. Martha Gable. ! Mrs. Grace Welfare, Grant, and her children were guests Sunday at J. H. Welfare's. Mrs. Martha Gable and her daughters Marjorie and Jean were at Martin Gable's, Grant. The Gordon Labbs, Granada, Mrs. Alice Buffington will be lostess to the Aid next week Thursday, Mrs. Elna Buffingtor assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson entertained at six'tables of cards Friday evening, and high was won by Mrs. Fred Girres and Amos Anglo; Mrs. Amos Angle and Marvel Moyer were low; and Mrs. Joe Balk won travel. Gladys Paetz and Mrs. Andrew Hansen called on Aline Martinek who is sick, last week Thursday. Mrs. Leander Seefeld and the triplets, who were sick last week, are much improved. Mrs. Anna Zittritsch, Algona, was nurse, and Doctor Meyer, Algona, was the physician. William J. Martinek were Mason City business visitors Friday. Ruth Struthers, who has helped Mrs. Dale Struthers two weeks, returned to her home at West Bend. Mrs. Ruth Hansen. Ottosen, at- Lended an Aid meeting at the | Mrs. Dale Struthers home last week Thursday. Mrs. Alice Buffington entertained at dinner 26 relatives and some friends Sunday. Birthdays in March were observed. Mrs. Howard Sparks attended a shower at Mrs. Esther Skow's Familiar Name on Ft. Dodge Program North Central Conference school superintendents and teachers are to have a district convention at Fort Dodge tomorrow, and in connection there will be a P. T. A. conference. Algonians scanning the program, will find a familiar, name, that of Mrs. F. A. Smiley, Fort Dodge P. T. A. president, who will give a welcome address. Mrs. Smiley's husband is in highway commission employ there, and he is the son and namesake of the Rev. F. A. Smiley, now deceased, former pastor of the Presbyterian, church here. The young man's mother is reported now living at Oldfield, Mo. The elder Mrs. Smiley was active in civic affairs during her residence here. + Anto lilts Led Horse. Lakota, Mar. 22—While Reinder Johnson, southwest of town, was leading a horse on the road near his home last week Thursday a passing car struck the horse, breaking one of the animal's legs. Doctor Geilenfeld was called, but it was decided to shoot the animal. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4368. In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. March term, 1938. To All AVhom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Nellie E. Griffith, deceased, dated February 21, 1938, haying been this day filed, opened and read Monday, the 4th day of April, 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in.Al- gona, 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 \nterested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be pro- sated and allowed as and for the ast Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 8, 1938. KATHERINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. VAN^NESS & STILLMAN, "" Attorneys. 25-27 WANTED/ GOOD USED CARS AND 'RADEON TRUCKS NEW 1938 \99 Z?e<z&£=, DO YOU NEED A WIDE-CAR- riage typewriter? I have a used machine, in excellent condition, or sale at a sacrifice. — I. G. Dewel, Advance office. glStf Our used car stocks are low, following the unprecedented demand of the last several weeks. We want your car now! Bring it in and get our liberal trade-in offer on a NEW CHEVROLET. The tremendous demand of the last several weeks lias reduced our stock of used cars to a point where we're actually short of certain popular makes and models! Wo need good used cars and trucks! We're making liberal trade-in offers to get them! So now is your opportunity to get a new 1938 Chevrolet on very favorable terms! . . . Visit our showroom and inspect the new Chev- rolet— the car that is complete —and the new Chevrolet trucks— the thrift-carriers for the nation! Convince yourself that Chevrolet styling, .Chevrolet performance, Chevrolet features— and Chevrolet's low prices—a.]\ combine to make these new models the best investments in.motordom! Come in—bring your car or truck with you—get our liberal trade-in offer . . . today! "You'll be ahead with a Chevrolet!" General Molors Instalment Plan-Convenient, Economical Monthly Payments. A General Motors Value. ' LL WITH A CHE VROtcl KOSSUTH MOTOR co. •HUE MORRALL, Algona. Fred Flaig, Lone Rock Fisl,«r fin™™ TH^., c ™ * ™ „ . STAND GARAGE, ledpd ^^^^•^^^^•^MM^H^MHI^H^^B^^^mi^l^^H^^^^^^^^^^H^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^HI^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ An Important Message to the People of Algona and Kossuth Countv F. S. N 0 R T 0 N & S 0 N LUMBER COMPANY In the Building Business - It's the FOUNDATION that Spells SUCCESS i th ^7 ,, l8 , Servlng * he Third Genera «on of Algona and Kossuth In the bu.ld,n SB ame the foundation come. fir,t-Our foundation was laid in the pioneer day. of Algona and Ko..uth county-From thi, foundation many of the modern building of today have become a reality _ In the lumber busing quality and durability are mtrin»c ... Invisible, but after 43 year, of building in Al g ona and Ko..uth OUR quality merchandise has proven itself to be the best pos,ible material obtainable through a half century of honest building ^±OT5^IrKH^--^-°==:=«sft.= A Message to the . . Builders and Painters We carry in stock Lowe Bros, and Pittsburgh lines of paints, Dutch Boy white lead, linseed oil, raw and boiled turpentine, varnishes, and painters' supples and ladders. | We are agents for Gimco Rock Wool, jIButler and Stokol coal stokers. We carry washed sand, plaster, cement, anything and everything that goes into a home or building construction. Prompt Delivery on One Board or a Carload of Lumber or Any Building Need. Stock In All of Our Departments Bears a Trademark of Quality Lumber, the best that grows, and is milled by the largest and best manufacturers of the country. CEMENT—Lehigh Portland cement, Hawkeye Portland cement. MILLWORK--The finest home, in ^g 0 **/ 1 *^ 6 been «wpplied with our millwork. PAINT—The finest stocks of Paints and Oils bought right. None better than our lines, COALS-The bes* in fuels from their respective fields, including Blue Star, Great Heart, and Black Arrow, Witt You Build That HOME A Message ~^^^^^^^^^^^^fp^' to the Prospective . . HOME RI that it upo iiibb to give. W ° We offer you the best We wm have blue c ^y^^of,elected^^y^^ **** out ^r faCtUrm ° f *He country^ 18 ^ *» ^ **"* 2. WUh *7 **««tance that ul ' ^ * re "*•*" *° Wp. y ° U office and let us talk it *£ t u P ° 88lbl l * Q **** CWl at our arranged through Algona FedetlT' - The ***** c » n * tum ' deral S * v '»gs & lain- Aisocia- F. S. NORTON & SON -^——— * , ALGOffA, IOWA ^^ 4^ Beading Lines of Coal Priced ttteht, Clean aud" Delivered Promptly, With Careful Service, ; '.

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