Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1938 · Page 5
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T *atUY. JUNfi 2, 1938 Are You a Safe Driver? Ijf you visit our office from June 13 to 18 inclusive, | we will give you a chance to test your ability to con- I tro l an automobile on a scientifically constructed [machine built for that purpose. This test may be of [great value to you in avoiding accidents. No doubt [many of you will be surprised at what this machine I (a Reactometer) will reveal about your driving ability. This test is made absolutely free and includes no obligation on your part. Remember the I date, June 13 to 18. Kruse&Blossomlns. Agency PHONE 125 ALGONA Who Is Boss ? Well, at our house I have known for some time that I was not. Jo Ohels sent me a very nice pair of pants, just the size and color I like- I took them home, but Mrs. says I can not have them. She says there is mohair in them, and they would scratch my legs. Up to now I supposed these were my legs and I could scratch them if I wanted to. I generally scratch where it itches. Now if she was going to wear these pants I would not have a word to say about scratching her legs. I hate family rows so I will have to keep on selling shoes in these old worn-out gray pants. When they are gone I suppose I will be arrested for mopery without pants. Pants or no pants, they are unloading more shoes at the back door and I have to tend to business. Shoes are coming by the dray -load and selling as fast as they arrive. Thirty dozen Diamond Brand work shoes from Peters Co. Another shipment of Patricia Pat, those beautiful ties and pumps that fit so well. Smart style, of Milwaukee, is sending a shipment of close-outs. Real values at reduced prices. • Decoration day trade took all our white slippers for Misses and children, but we have a big shipment coming today from Frank's Shoe Co., of Milwaukee. And 30 dozen men's oxfords just arrived from Peters, so we are all set and ready for June business. Peters Shoe Co. is now' making new low prices. Jimmie Neville , l^jfijjMM , EXTRA! LPQTASH [SIDE-DP ;ITH NIGH YIEIDS *\ GOOD OUAIITY * OUNG com plants on high-lime or "alkali" soils ten ha ve yellowstreaked leaves with brown, torched edges. This means they are not getting enough Potash. There is still time to "doctor" the crop. You can apply muriate of potash as a side-dressing as late *» the second or third cultivation and obtain very prof- 1 * e inc *eases in yield. For best results, however, it ould be applied as early as possible If you did 0 use enough potash in your fertilizer at planting me ' si de.dress with 1QQ*2QQ ibs. of muriate of potash Per acre. The best machine or the purpose is a fertiliser attachment on a corn witi, **tor, but any distributor place the potash in soil near the jpetf satisfactory. for literature on fertilising corn andfurther in forma" tion on side-dressing with potash- POTASH INSTITUTE BUiLDIMG. LAFAYETTE. INDIANA KOSSUTH COITNTy ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA SWEA CITYAN KEEPS SECRET HIS MARRIAGE Swoa City, June 1—Friends and relatives were surprised this week to learn of the marriage of Russell Hannoy, formerly of S'woa City and Armstrortfe, to Maureen Bannon, of lo'wa City. The wedding occurred at Des Molnes during the Christmas holidays in 1937, and has just been announced. Russell will graduate from the six-year dentis- lry_ course at the "state university next week, and is one of the five highest in his class scholastically. He has obtained a government position as dentist in the federal penitentiary at Atlanta, Ga. During his high school days he was prominent in athletics, pitching the game that won the state baseball championship for Armstrong in 1032. He is a grandson of two former Algona women, Mrs. Frank Ranney, now in California, and Mrs. Lucy M. Fish, deceased. Memorial Day Observed— Fisher Post of the Legion was in charge of Memorial day services at Reynolds park Sunday afternoon. A parade formed at the Legion hall and marched to the park, following which a program was presented: Swea City school band; advance of colors, American Legion; Star Spangled Banner, Swea City Municipal band; opening remarks, Comirtander H. J. Bowman; invocation, the Rev. R. C. Swanson; Gettysburg address, Keith Anderson; music, Swea octette; address, the Rev. C. 0. Johnson; music, Swea octette; America, audience, accompanied by municipal band; benediction, the Rev. H. E. Harvey. Kx-Kossiith People In Tisit- Mrs. Randolph Johnson, of Armstrong, and her brother-in-law, W. 0. ("Cap") Calhoun, of Ottawa, 111., were visitors at Walter Smith's Friday. Mr. Calhoun farmed around Algona before going to the army in 1917, and later lived on the farm belo.nging to his uncle, Bob Stewart, south of Algona. The Calhouns, who operate a dairy at Ottawa, have two children. A 14-year-old' son, Bobby was drowned last year. Mr. Calhoun planned to visit a brother Ross at Algona before returning to Illinois Monday. Silver Wedding Observed -• Mrs. P. C. Dahl and daughters Alice, Frances, Edith, and Pearl were at Dolliver last Friday attending the 25th 'vedding anniversary of Mrs. Dahl's brother George Naeve. The celebration was held at the home of their daughter Mrs. Lasting, and 70 relatives had a family dinner. Many old friends called in the afternoon. Poppy Sale a Success— The junior 'Legion Auxiliary conducted a house-to-house poppy selling canvass Saturday with excellent success. Other Swoa City. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Leland and their daughter-in-law Mrs. Elfreda Leland, drove to Estherville Sunday evening to attend baccalaureate services. The latter's son Robert will be graduated Thursday from the Estherville junior college. He is president of his class, and has been prominent in athletics. Mrs. Anna Larson entertained a family group at dinner Memorial Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berggren, Selma Johnson, Myron Johnson and sons Wailace and Maurice, and Charles Landine and daughter Carol, Sher- tmrn, Minn. A family gathering was held at Ray Smith's Sunday. Included were the Elmer Smiths, Swea City, Ernest Smiths, Estherville, Mrs. Neal Smith and son David, Algona, and the James Blacks, also of Alona. Selma Johnson went to Minneapolis early this week to seek medical advice. She has been troubled with high blood pressure. The John Seylar family, of Chicago, spent the Memorial day week-end with his parents, the Ole Seylars and other relatives here, "Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft and Amanda returned Thursday night 'rom Savanna, Mo., where Mrs. Qoft had consulted doctors. Dr. R. M. Minkel is driving a new Ford V-8 to replace the one wrecked in a collision with a. truck ast week. St. Benedict | A recent miscellaneous shower here for Marcella Kellner was largely attended, and sne received many gifts. Among many attend- ng were women from St. Joe, Wesley, Titonka, Whittemore, and Algona. The William Dunlaps and the Eisidore Eisenbarths were guests at a Dig picnic iSunday at Ted Wick'wire's, near Algona. The Everett Steussys, of Mason ity, visited relatives here and at Lu Verne over Decoration day. The E. F, iRahms and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Rahm, Des Moines, were visitors at Philip Immerfall's Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert, of Whittemore, were Sunday evening guests at Ben Kunkel's. The two 'amilies are former neighhors. Mrs. Frances iStephenson, who had been here for some time, caring for her mother, has returned ;o her home at Chicago. 'Rita Arend spent Sunday' with her home folks. She is employed at St. Joe. Thos. McKenna, Chicago, arrived Saturday for a few days at his father John McKenna's. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson, Eenwick, the alter a daughter, also spent Sunday there. The Edw. Peffers, Des Molnes, were Sunday and Monday guests at John Witte's. •The John Sheas, Bancroft, spent Decoration day at Mrs. Carrie Erckson's. A new house at B^n Kunkel's is rapidly progressing. It will foe plastered sometime thl» week. Rich Family Holds a Get-Together Sunday Four Corners, June 1—iThe annual Rich family reunion was held Sunday in tho timber at Mr. and Mrs, Robert Ward's, south of Algona. Dinner was contributed by persons attending, wieners being cooked over a large stone fireplace built by Game Warden Pierce. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ward, daughter, Evelyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bevins, son Jimmy, all of Winterset; iMr. and Mrs. Hugh Ward, Bancroft; and Mrs. Philip Baker, St. Cloud, Minn.; Paul and Agnes Hawkins, Mrs. Edith Rich, .son Earl, Mr. and Mrs. William Rich, Mr. and Mrs. PAGE FIVE OLDTIMER AT LAKOTA BACK FOR A VISIT Lakota, June 1 Ufford and her Mrs. William daughter, Mrs. Frank Davis, Aredale, came Sunday and stayed over Memorial day visiting old friends, going home d-IiO. • •"• v«o u««-». -•-» 11^ II vio, £,U111£-, llVJJJUj (Mr. lM °nday. Mrs. Ufford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wolcott and her Maple Hill cemetery. The Wolcolts brother Bert are buried in the are former residents of Lakota and mrs. wuiiam lucn, Mr. and Mrs. u lt -" 1 "«i IUHIUUULB 01 j-<aKoia anu Herman Lindeman, all of Algona; I tho vicinity. They came here about the Clarence Schendls, of Buffalo' 40 years ago, and all in the fam- Center;' the Arch Walker, John Sabin, Edward Rich, William Drayton, Cecil Bjustrom, Orville Holdren, and Lewis Broesder families, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, and Glen Sahin; Dorothy Jennings and Rex Swanson, Whittemore. West Bend Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Hinton, of Round Lake, Minn., and their daughter Elaine spent Memorial day with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. George Foley, Des Molnes, spent Sunday at the Emerson-Foley home. lly were then either at home or living in Lakota. The daughters, Mrs. Perry Spangler and Mrs. Henry Elvidge, were amoung the first residents of Germania. Both now live at Del Mont, Colo. Another daughter, Mrs. Emma Stoddard-Paterson, lives at Long- mount, Colo. The daughter Bessie and the brother Fred are dead, but the brother Lawrence lives at Mankato. Mr. Wolcott was a Civil War veteran. The family moved from here to Cedar Falls many years ago. , Humboldt, and the former's moth- S e ? ev- Carl Hammel er, Mrs. Anna Green, of Kockford, f rland ® r ®, Field| Mrs " anont .Mnmnni.,1 A» ..... in, i ___ i _._i Mrs. Ball also announ spent Memorial day with local relatives. Carl Krueger, Des Moines, spent Sunday here with his son Ernest, manager of the West Bend liquor store. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heiter, Rolfe, spent Memorial day at West Bend. They formerly lived here, and Mr. Krueger was manager of the Davenport elevator. The Fred Simmons family, Fort Dodge, spent Memorial day here. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Blair, Waterloo, spent Sunday and Monday with the latter's sister, Dell Minger. Mr. and Mrs. William Riley, with the daughter Ida, spent Memorial afternoon at Lu Verne with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Campbell, of Webb, were among Memorial day visitors here. Mrs. Frank Foley is storing her furniture and has her home rented to a iMr. Drussel, of the local hardware store, who is bringing his family here. The Frank Sweeneys have Mrs. Foley's small cot- Owen Mc'Colloughs have moved to West Bend from Bel Fourche, S. D. Mr. McCollough worked for an oil company there. He formerly lived here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. McCollough, now of Webster City. Mr. and Mrs; George Ivey," of Rolfe, were local Memorial day visitors. Mrs. Charles Butcher, of Des Moines, arrived Saturday for week with her mother, Mrs. H. Sloan. tage. The Sexton Mrs. Philip Thornton, of iStorm Lake, and her twin sons came last week Thursday for a visit till Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Miller. That evening Mrs. Thornton attended graduation exercises for the Algona high 'school. Her sister Lois was graduated. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield, with their daughter Edith, spent Sunday afternoon at the Kossuth hospital with'Mrs. Greenfield's sister, Mrs. Eliza Richards. The Lloyd Steven's, Mapleton, Minn., spent Decoration day with Mrs. Steven's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, and Loyd's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. The Mack Wise family was also at Mrs. Wise's. Mr. and Mrs. Steven spent Sunday with the daughter, Mrs. Svert Hodgin, Webb. The W. C. Taylors spent the week-end with relatives at Humeston, Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Richards, of Blue Earth, were over Sunday night guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Greenfield. They had spent Sunday with Mr. Richards' mother, Mrs. Eliza Richards, patient at the Kossuth hospital. Wilbur Steven was a guest Sunday of Uex Taylor, Mrs. Henry Hawley, daughter Naomi De Wilde, and granddaugh- :er, Constance De Wilde, all of Mason City, were Decoration day guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Mrs. Hawley is a sister of Mrs. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. James Erophy, north of Algona, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hamond on Decoration day. The Aid will have a Guest day meeting next week Wednesday at the local hall. Invitations have been sent to six other Aids. The Henry Phillips family, Algona, Mrs. Arch 'Berger, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise, Plymouth, snent Decoration day with the women's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. George Aman, son Walter, and daughter Thecla went to Milwaukee Saturday for the week-end; and 'Decoration day with relatives. USE THE WANTU'DS — A FEW cents can pay you big dividends. Phone 254. ?ltt Memorial Services Are Hold- Memorial day services were held in the school auditorium Monday 10 a. m. Margaret Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Crotts, of a j 10 a> m> Margaret Schroeder Burnside, with their son Allen, nlayed a Processional while the ex- were calling on local friends Sat- servlce . men - th e Auxiliary, the boy urday. They formerly lived here. s ° outs ' and flower girls found Mr. and Mrs. Harris, of Storm P laces - Mrs - Wade Ball announc- Lake, visited the latter's parents, ed t ne folloi wing program: Ameri- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kilbourne, 8?' by the audience; invocation, the over the week-end. Mrs. Harris Re Y' Mr - Fl> erking; song, Beyond, was formerly Marjorie Kilbourne. male quartete; reading, Planting Mr. and Mrs. James Green, of p °PP les - Arliss Heetland; address, ev- Carl Hammel " sol °- In Mrs. Ball also announced winners in a poppy poster contest; first John Wortman; second, Betty Edwards; 7th and 8th grade pupils— Arlyiss Boese, first, Carl Johnson, second. Many former residents were in the audience or in town. Following the program a procession went to the cemetery, where the flower girls decorated graves of soldiers. Family Dinner at Smith's— Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith Jr. entertained at a family dinnei .Sunday at their home north of Ledyard. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, Mrs. Delia Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Diwight Smith Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith Sr. daughter Margaret and the A, C Klockes. A r cterinary (Graduate Has Job — Burtin, son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Thompson, Denver, formerly Swea City, came from Ames Friday to visit the Samuel War- burtons. He will shortly be graduated from Ames and will then go to Atlanta, Ga., where government work awaits him. Music Clnl) is Entertained— The J. R. C. music club was entertained .by Wanda Heetland at her home south of town Saturday ten members attending. The afternoon was spent playing music and rhythm games, and lunch was served by the little hostess. Twelve-Pound Baby Born — A 12-lb. daughter was born to Mr. and (Mrs. George Eunen at their home south of town Saturday. The Ennens have one other daughter. Mrs. Ennen's mother Mrs. .Q. J. Rippentrop, is caring for mother and child. Conductor Resumes Run Here — Harry Moe, conductor on the Rock Island, who has had a run from Estherville to Iowa Falls during the last year, again has the run from Lakota to Iowa Falls. He reports many changes in railroad personnel. Church Officials Entertained— Mesdames Jerrjy Ukena, J. E. Telcamp, and Claus Daniels were hostesses to the Presbyterian trustees, elders, and wives at the Charles Gutknecht's Monday evening. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clemans, Ti- ;onka, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, Lakota, and the Smith son Richard, spent the week-end at Spirit Lake where they rented a' cottage and fished. Mrs. Rose Rahnnstock was jrought home from the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday. She is rapidly recovering from an appendicitis operation. The James and Samuel Warbur- tons drove to Algona Sunday to decorate graves of relatives, then drove to F. G. Torlne's for dinner. The George Edwards family spent Sunday at Hartley, where Mrs. Edwards was recently buried, death following a long illness. Russel Nelson, Spokane, is vis- his brothers Warren and Get our prices fcefore you sell your wool. We are paying top market prices. JOE GREENBERG mm us. Ronald at Elmore, and they all spent Sunday with friends here. Mrs. Albert Wirtjes was brought home Saturday from the Buffalo Center hospital, where she had an operation recently. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Sparks, of Armstrong, spent Sunday with Mrs. Spark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis. •Dr. Maynard Ukena, Marshalltown, spent the week-end with local relatives, going home Monday, SAFETY SAM SAYS Most drivers you meet are reasonable, but you nave to allow for the fool that's born every minute and is out on the road. How about your lights? Are they properly focused? We test, free. A full line of bulbs in stock. WM. G. DAD, GARAGE Phone m, South Doijge Katheryn Elvidge came home Friday for the summer from the State Teachers colloge. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ros;: Elvidge. She was a freshman during tho academic year Jus 1 , closed, Seen at Mason City here last Wednesday were Myrtle Hanna, of Lone Rock, and Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Victor Applog-ite, the laltor's mother, Mrs. Elmer PoUe;-, Aigo- na. Mrs. Appl'jfrat:) consulted an eye specialist about an affliction she has had lately. The Harold Nelsons, Waterloo, were Sunday an:! Monday guests at S. M. Peterson's. The Clarnnce Larsens, also Waterloo, wont home after a week with the Petersons and Larsens here. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning were Sunday guests at the latter's brother Guy Smith's, Humboldt. The Clifford Ringsdorfs spent the day at Peter Godfredson's, Bancroft. Over the week-end visitors at George Larsen's were Messrs and Mesdames Stanley Larsen, Waterloo, and Sterling Johnson and Rex Austin, Jewell. Virginia and Mary Janice Me Whorter are spending till Friday with the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter, Algona, and are taking daily dancing los- sons in preparation for a recital dated for Friday night. IMr. and Mrs. Lyle Godfr^dson, Mason City, were at Alfred God- 'redson's over the week-end, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee, Irviugton, were also there. Mrs. Godfredson and her daughter lona took the iyle Godfredsons home Monday. In behalf of the Portland Progress club. Mrs. Ray McWhorter and Mrs. Martin Becker presented to Mrs. Martin Larsen, a Kossuth hospital patient, a Martha Washington geranium Saturday. Mrs. Peter Heldt makes frequent trips to Algona to visit her son-in- law, Carl Hansen, who had an operation for ruptured appendix last week Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital. His condition has been serious, but he is now slowly showing improvement. L. J KOCKLER For SUPERVISOR FOURTH DISTRICT Subject to the decision of the voters at the Republican Primary June 6, 1938 Union Alfred Schenck is having a now .silo erected on the home farm, where he is living. The old one was torn down recently. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffell were made grandparents for the first time, when a son, Darrel James, was born to their son Eldon and his wife at an Algona hospital one day last week. Mrs. E'don Stoffel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schiltz, Bancroft, and the child is also their first grandchild. Mrs. John Olson, mother of Mrs. F. S. Thompson, Union, and Mrs. Ignatius Wernert, Algona, passed her 86th birthday anniversary Saturday. She lives with the Thompson's and is in the best of health for her age. ,She goes about the household duties like a woman much younger. Lucile Bode and Delmar and Willis Schmidt, all of Fart Dodge were week-end guests at the Louis Bode home. Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth, Algona, and Irene Lamuth, Fort Dodge, with Theorlore Thompson,- Algona, were supper guests. JJouis Bode was laid up last week with one of his attacks of rheumatism la the right knee. Mrs. Henry Dresch, Coleman, S. D., came Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Jos. Brophy, her sister, and their mother, who lives with the Brophys. She was a guest of another sister, Mrs. Josephine Stanton, Algona, Monday evening. She was to leave for home Tuesday. The women all visited in the St. Benedict neighborhood on Memorial day. The grave of Mrs. Dresch's and Mrs. Brophy's father is there. Bernice Stock's Second Annual Dance Revue Friday, June 3rd High School Auditorium, 8 o'clock Presenting 75 rhythm minded dancers in a series of beautifully costumed novelties. 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