Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1938 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1938
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Has Two Pro grams JRIHILLER lORTHWOOD IEAKERS i-.TsMMemorlal day 1 ,n Corwith with both afternoon services. program began with I which formed on the l,k nt 10 o'clock. , to U» "W^LZX , vetortin o£ the i-American war , World war lon Auxiliary, moth- ot World war voter- uts, school children, s citizens on foot or .^cession reached the "invocation was given ' „ the Rev. Paul The president for the •o roster of the dead, ion of soldiers' graves , charge of the marshal Karl W. G. Killer, istor here, gave the cid- uartct snug and was n salute by the firing ta ps. The procession ucd and marched back oon program was held chants theater at 21 follows: Call to order, I the day; advance of Star-Spangled Banner, nvocation by the chap- trio, Jeanette Wood, kins, Gayle Thompson; The Hustler, composed i Miller, local band in- played by Burlette auslc by band. ess of the afternoon Hon. Floyd E. Ensign, America was sung ietice, and the bemdic- ;onounced by the chap- [ the day were: presi- Chambers; chaplain, aul Williams; marshal, x" Plans Banquet- on Auxiliary met at the last week Tuesday, and completed for a Me- ict, also for Guest day program dated for •Memorial services for embers were held. After he following program, Rose Oxley in charge, : vocal duets, Poppies and My Buddy, by Mrs. nson and her daughter Mrs. Edna Enfield gave Popples, and Mrs. Rus- gave another reading, is The Poppies? "Lest ivas given by Mrs. Ox- ;roup then listened to a •am given by the Auxil- irtment chairman via to Iowa City— Mrs. J. Francis Kee and left last week Tuesday Illy, and John remained rork in a hospital till he will attend the uni- Ir, and Mrs. Kee drove irnett, their old home re they are spending g Street Concerts— rwlth band will give terts this summer every evening. The first one une 1. J. Worth Miller, actor, is giving free 'les- members, also to all ie members of the school fall, — ....—. Has Measles— red Varnum, Pontiac, her little daughter are wee weeks with the for"its, Mr. and Mrs. A.. E. . "wo days after their ar[little girl fell sick, and a id that she had measles. ''lent Home Apaln— Martin and his son Rochester last week to bring home Mrs. ™ had been a patient at 'Here two weeks, follow- eration. 'miller is llenodl.sk— cement has been made of "" of Viola, daughter of • S. J. Olson, Hardy, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. T, Corwith. tier Corwith. "'took place Friday, a. Lutheran parsonage, s > the Rev. Mr. Simon R « single-ring cere- Couple was attended n ?±> Ruth Olson, 'i. ne _^hitson, both of ">• Following the cere- ! left for two irr and Ohio. wmnier Was graduated • vernon Consolidated 193 < and for the last few r& me m Pl ° yedatFort MJWmillo,. wag gradu . — school in been farming Bastian, moth- daughter Mrs. Dale Johnston's Mpntezuma. -Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Williams fished Sunday In the Dos Molnos river at Humboldt. They imulo a hrgo catch. Mrs. Marshall Barge, Hufl'nlo Center, is spending a short vacation at Mrs. Henrietta Illlliary'd. 'M. P. Pfeffer, who was Hick, lias returned, p.fter several days with his son, Dr. Don Pfeffer, Wesley. Mrs. Mary Hudislll, of Woden','IB spending a few days with iior daughter, Mrs. Charles Murr. 'Mrs. Hugh Gorman .spent I ho last week at her daughter, Mrs. Leo Flynn's, Buffalo Center. •Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace drovo to Sanborn . Friday to visit Mr. Scace's mother, who is sick. Since May 23 the couple have been at home^on the M. M. Lowmiller farm, near Corwith. FENTOJTPATR OBSERVE 25TH WEDDING DATE Fenton, June 1—Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, with their children and other relatives as family dinner guests. The children are Mrs. Raymond Tietz, Elizabeth, Lorraine, Harold, and Raymond, all of Fenton. Others attending were Raymond Tietz, Mr. and Mrs. August Kerstein, parents of Mrs. Gramenz, Mrs. Fred Anderson, son DeWaync, Mrs. Henry Kerstein, daughter Nancy Lee, and Mrs. Heacoch, all of Clinton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gramenz, Mr. Gramenz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Eric .Wengner, and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Gramenz, all cf Fort Dodge. In the evening friends came for the evening at 500. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt, Whittemore, son James; Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Faucr- by, Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer, Edward Tietz, son Ortwin, Mr. Glaus won high, and Wilbert Hol'.rlorf was low. Mr. and Mrs. Gramenz were presented with gifts. Espc IIH Goods Stored— John Espe has stored his furniture till he can find living quarters at Sanborn, Minn., where he is now section boss. For the present his son Verlin is with him at Sanborn, but the daughter Ruth and •mother-in-law, Mrs. Frances Laken, are visiting relatives at Estherville and Winona. When Mr. Espe can find a house Ruth, 1938 H. S. graduate, will keep house for him, arid Mrs. Lakin will live with a son, F. W. Dakin, Estherviile. Since Mrs. Espe's death, ten years ago, the grandmother, Mrs. Frances liakin, had had charge of the home and had reared the children. The Fred Montensens have the Dempsey home, vacated by the Espes. Senior Farewell for Classmate—The other seniors entertained at a farewell party Saturday evening at Helen Kern's in honor of the classmate, Ruth Espe, who is leaving to live with her father, John Espe, Sanborn). Minn. Bunco was played at four tables, Marjorie Johnson winning high score and Arnold Dreyer being low. Others attending were Ruth Dreyer, Irene Bleckwenn, Arlene Mitchell, Ruth Weisbrod, Maxine Jentz, Vivian Voigt, Evelyn Klatt, Marie Fauerby, Earl Cornelius, Hadley Bailey, Herbert Wallace, and Helen Kern. A camera was given to Ruth. Sixteen to Walther Convention— The Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer, Marjorie Johnson, Sidonia Bierstedt, Lyndon and Lois Ke'r- ber, all of Fairville, Hildegard and Ruth Kabelietz, Lorena and Raymond Dreyer, Mathilda and Elna Rhunke, with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, daughters Ruth and Alvina, attended a state Waltner league convention at Spencer Saturday. Lyndon and Raymoni were delegates from the Fairville and Fenton Leagues respectively: Lawn Picnic for Visitors- Mr, and Mrs. John Menz entertained at a picnic dinner on the lawn Monday in honor of relatives. Guests included the E. W. Hln- dewnans, and Mrs. Mary Hayenga, Owatonna, Minn., Mrs. Mae Voigt, Welcome, Minn., daughter Esther; the William Domeks, of Fairmont; the Arthur and William Voigt, the Clarence Menz family, the Frank McFalls, and iMrs. Carrie Voigt, all of Fenton. Eight on Fishing Excursion— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krausu, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Fenton, Mrs. J. T, Snyder, Alta, the latter's son Warren, left for northern Minnesota Sunday on a fishing vacation. The Krause sous Maurice w h n ' nn l B " ej "»ns tho week with their uncle and (unit, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fm- ( |,Vhi(, l( , mol . t ,. Seven lo WhiHctnorc Shower-Mrs. Hvcrctt Dreyer, Mrs. Minne Dreyor, Mrs. R. G. Hengcl, all »[ I'oiiton. and Mrs. irvli, Bruhn, Mrs. iMlwin Grelncrt, Mr.*. Edw .remeri and Mrs. Alfred Brulni', , .il of T'uirville, attended a shower |»t the Lutheran hall, Whitlomorc, .Sunday in honor of Alice Dan. Miss Diiu and Lawrence Mnycr i will bo married Juno 10. | Off on Tn-k 1 0 Const— I Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lUwrols Glaus, left Monday for jGlcndalc, Calif., for tho summer with her sister, Mrs. Don Brown. .She accompanied tho Rev. and i Mrs. L. M. Gladstone, Lone Rock, ' and tho Gladstone daughter Beu- lali, who arc making a western sightseeing trip. K. L. Outing nt Lukes— A group of Epworth Leaguers mid an outing Friday and Saturday at the Methodist camp at the OUobojis: Edith Wolfe, Mary Jane Liglcr, Geneva Glaus, Mercedes Voigt, Helshell Hartman, Harold Weisbrod, David Weisbrod, Hadley Bailey, and Rev. and Mrs. J. "• waterman. r'ninillo Itnhe is ItnptlNcil— -Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bruhn had their infant daughter Alice Mae baptised at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville Sunday by the Rev. II. D. S'tahmer. Sponsors wore Mrs. lidwin Groinert and Alfred Bruhn. Kiii-al Teacher is Ifoslcss— Eltlora Struecker entertained the pupils of her school and the mothers at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker, Saturday, the occasion being her birthday. I'ntlcsnt Has the Jfosc-lllced— John Wallace suffered a severe nose-bleed Sunday and had to call a doctor for aid. He had been suffering for some time with hemorrhages. C. H. KLAJEP, Field Representative wlohnvp,H,i to " nnls i es oiwt and three-fourths of a mile who have had the same farms north of Titonka Mrs nrin* many years. From mention in an showed us ho? new bov ho n Iowa State bank (Algona) sheet ' January 10, ' -soave ° n ftn , p -! th ™e Blrls: Rosella, !); LMlian 5 and he- Adeline, 3. The bov q nnw tho ore that was on another Dingley main attraction Walbe, I f'ums 200 farm two years. You can alway.s acres, and he h on ae, I fum farm two years. You can alway.s acres, and he has lived on figure that when tenant and land- farm six years lord get along for many years they *'* * * are both square shooters. Mr.) John Laubenthal, northwest of Dingley was for many years con- ! Wesley, was planting corn last nccted with the Algona State bank, week Monday. Mrs. Laubenthal [Political Advertisement.] [Political Advertisement.] PAGE NINE [Political Advertisement.] NOTICE! TO ALL VOTERS WHO ARE REGISTERED AS DEMOCRATS, OR WHO DESIRE TO CHANGE THEIR PARTY AFFILIATIONS TO DEMOCRATIC, AND TO ALL FIRST VOTERS: DON'T FORGET TO GO TO THE POLLS MONDAY, JUNE 6th, ASK FOR A DEMOCRATIC BALLOT AND CAST YOUR VOTE FOR THE RENOMINATION OF SENATOR GILLETTE. TXT« spent Memor- week-end at the . SALESMAN . ' n '°PP9rtwni}y of id. can wn 2 US' lgS?^KW!R Ho is badly crippled up with rheu- I was fixing up some of her flow- matlsm, arthritis, or something of or beds. She is a flower lover The that sort, and so does not get out landlord, who lives in Illinois much, but mentally he is as keen b"Ht a new double corn-crib on as ever. His father was one of Al- thl 's farm and has made other im- gona's pioneers. Another bank Pavements, mention says Frank had the first: „ * * * * telephone line in Algona. It was' „ , Lt O'Donnoll, north of Lone a. private line connecting his home i, ', was cut ti"g seed potatoes and a drug store he then conduct- turclny wne » we saw him. They ed where the Council Oak grocery w , el ' e a lilto variety. He plants is now located. ' about an acre every year. At Leonard DIttmer's, three- Wa 'ter Drummer, works for fourths of a mile northwest of =" mon Hirner and lives on the' Burt, we found the men hulling 'f. 1 ' 111 w "ore Simon used to live. I oats with a porlnblee huller last', en Walter came out of the 1 week Monday. Leonard says the ,f e last week Tuesday he had! hulled oats are fed mostly to his a blg smile on his face and the! young pigs and chicks. He is us-1 ° aus ° was a " ew boy, -born May, ing an electrically charged wire • T '. tlle f M'st child, named William I around the outside of a small |" n> °-" this farm tilers were at' cement trough where the young- work> r «ere was a lot of water' pigs feed. The wire is high: standing on the place. These til-1 enough to let the pigs go under J^' 8 hnd dus down to tile and had j it, but if the larger hogs try it! r ° und u ful1 ° m niud, which was! their noses or ears touch the wire!, le reas p n the water was not be-I THOSE W 110 ARE STU-L REGISTERED AS REPUBLICANS BUT HAVE BEEN VOT- OANDID ATES IN RECENT ELECTIONS, HAVE THE SAME RIGHT ™ T ° TAKE PART IN DEM °CRATIO PRIMARIES AS REGISTERED DEMOCRATS. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TO CALL FOR A DEMOCRATIC BALLOT NO OTHER STEP IS NECESSARY IF YOU WANT TO VOTE FOR SENATOR GILLETTE'S RE DEMOCBA " Other Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Esslinger, of Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jbhnsoii Kanawhnf, visited the Methodist cemetery Sunday and were entertained at Geo. W. Newel's. Mrs. Esslinger is the former Emma Newel, Mrs. Johnson the former Helena Newel, daughters of the late Henry Newel. Mrs. Newel is living in California with the only son, Dr. Clarence Newel. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hite, of New Sharon, with Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. McFall, Cedar Rapids, and the Me Fall daughter Frances came Saturday to visit the parental T. N. McFall's, the Frank McFalls, and the W. R. Wolfes. The Wolfes entertained the group at dinner Sunday and the Frank McFalls entertained at supper. All had dinner at T. N. McFall's Monday. Mrs. Hazel Hanson, Aberdeen, S. D., her daughters Ethel and Evelyn, and son Raymond spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith. Mrs. Hanson and her children were en route to Cedar Falls, where her daughters will attend summer school at the State Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and a Miss Gilbert, Deadwood, S. D., came Monday for a week at Robert and Ernest Votteler's, the Geo.'ge Siems home, Mrs. Katie Hantelman's, and Mrs. Clara Wehrs- pann's. Mrs. Johnson is a niece of Robert Votteler. Mrs. E. K. Johnson, her chilren, Mrs. C, F. Wegener, the latter's daughter Lorraine and son MarJin were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Henry Wegener's, Algona, and attended a mission festival at the Trinity church there. Mrs. Mary Hanson entertained Saturday, and guest were Mrs. Elizabeth Dempsey, Lone Rock, Mrs. W. C. Stamer, Mrs. Alex Moses, Mrs. John Arbogast, Mrs. Emma Ruske, Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz, and Mrs. George Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. George Jacklsh, of Minneapolis, and a grandson visited Mrs. Jackish's niece, Mrs. S. E. Straley, Sunday and Monday. The Straleys and Jackishs visited Mrs. Straley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace, Burt, Monday. er noses or ears touch the wire!- e and they get a shock which turns i illg carried off. them back. Leonard also has 15 lambs. He has eight ewes, and each ewe had twins, all living except one. * * * * M. C. Ditsworth, Bancroft, has moved to the farm William Quinn William Fischer, four miles north of Lone Rock, was not at home when we called Saturday Mrs. Fischer said he had gone out to hunt starlings. He enjoys hunting and fishing. Mrs. Fisher show ed the Bancroft stockbuyer, bought, j ed us a tov airplane which her This is west of Bancroft and it fV, andso "' Harold Fischer, made, i n . i .. -. f « In ic lir»xr -fuV/\n n T-.: ~ i.. i __. . consists mostly of pasture. M. C. works for Mr. Quinn. Some acres of the land is in crops. * * * * 120 William Brace and his son farm This boy takes a big interest in j flying. Last fall he attended the state fair at Des Molnes with his parents, at that time had a ride in a plane. Harold asked built a new set of outbuildings, consisting of a new barn, a double corn-crib, a hog house, and a chicken house. The house has been reshingled. * * * * 'Simon Hirner, who lives at the northwest edge of Wesley, was eat ing dinner last week Tuesday when we called. He told us that next time we should come out to the field to see him, 'but in fact it is Mrs. Hirner who renews our papers. Simon just likes to kid us, and we can take a lot of kidding, ana we can taKe a 101 01 mooing, «• * • ^»uia, uu me juume jvui- Mrs. Hirner Was not at home that; chara farm, southwest of Wesley Aw 'hllf lira o of AlernYio ttf-Vifturt o\\a 'had TUSt. fifilTlA ID frnm iinwintr Q Laurence Johanasoa, 4*& miles north of Lone Rock, is having more than his share of hard luck. This spring early he had an operation, then. he had mumps on one side of his face. He thought ie was over that, and so went out to work, but now he has I he mumps on the other side. WHEN MY CtflCKS SHOW SIGNS O CPCCIPIOSIS I GIVE T«FM LUSBY'S DRUG STORE ?i iiiitt.i.11. jui tiv^ti tiin-i ma ouii i-di in "• «• i'j«,nc« J-iclI UJU. tloKGtl clll north of Burt, but the elder Brae- kinds of questions of the flyer. At I es live at Burt. An insurance school his teacher had him 'telli " " ' about flying. The toy plane he VvU Jl » \_> CLU -UU.I L. -fl-11 IIIOUIUII^U company which owns the farm has built is a dandy. * * * * 'We called on 0. T. Kirsohbaum, Wesley, last week Thursday. The Kirschbaums are a new family there from near Clear Lake. Like a great many other farmers who hunted farms for rent In vain, they had to find a new neighborhood. There are one boy and three girls in the family. 0. T. is operating the diamond gas station at Wesley. ' * # * * J. P. Flora, on the Louie Kut- There are five candidates whose names will appear on tho Primary Ballots for tho Democratic nomination to the United States Senate. Even though Senator Gillette receives a larger number of votes than any of his opponents, he must, under the Iowa Law, obtain 35% of the total number of votes cast for Senator. Otherwise, the nomination will be thrown into convention. A convention flght over the- nominee who will head the Democratic Ticket this Fall will not help the rest of the ticket. Senator Gillette's record in public office entitles him to re-election and his vote getting record as a Democratic nominee should win the support of those interested in the success of the Democratic Ticket in the Fall election. THE NOMINATION OF NO OTHER PERSON CAN DO SO MUCH TO AID IN ELECTING THE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET AND DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES. NO OTHER PERSON CAN ATTRACT SO MANY INDEPENDENT VOTES. Only two of Senator Gillette's opponents have been candidates for State-wide or National offices. One of these two opponents and Guy M. Gillette were both elected to Congress for the first time in 1932. This opponent's plurality was 12,878; Gillette's plurality was 10,959. This opponent's plurality in the 1934 election dropped to 4,887; Gillette's plurality increased to 25,959.- This opponent's plurality in 1936 dropped to 1,564; Gillette's plurality in his own Congressional District as a candidate for the Senate was 27,387. The other of these two oppenents was defeated in his race for Congress in 1934, by a plurality of 5,441, while the district in which ho ran went Democratic. The three candidates at the head of the Ticket in 1934, viz: The Democratic candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of State, received pluralities in that District ranging from over 8,000 to 12,000. WITH BUT TWO EXCEPTIONS, SENATOR GILLETTE WAS ELECTED BY THE LARGEST PLURALITY OF ANY CANDIDATE RUNNING FOR OFFICE IN IOWA IN 1936. These two .exceptions were President Roosevelt and Mrs. Miller as candidate for Secretary of State. day, but was at Algona, where she had her tonsils removed. Simon buys and feeds stock and he now has a car load of dandy steers in a feed lot. * * * * Gordon Giddings, northwest of Wesley, was disking ground for corn last week Monday, and one of John Carlsons boys was doing the plowing for him. Gordon was somewhat behind with his work, for Mrs. Giddings is at a hospital at Des .Moines. He said he went down to see her last week Sunday and found her improving. She has not been well since her son was born. Mrs. Raymond Hansen is caring for the baby at her home southeast of Wesley. We recently saw the baby, and .he is doing fine. * * * * We called last W£ek Tuesday at the Walbert Bruns farm, 2% mil- had just come in from sowing "a small field to oats when we saw him last week Tuesday. He is go- , ing to seed alfalfa after the oats i are disked. Last did not do well. We can Supply You With Atlas Sorgo Sudan Soy Beans German Millet Siberian Millet Black Amber Cane Orange Cane Sorghum Cane ALGONA PRODUCE Chick Prices Reduced Leghorns $4.90 Heavys — $5.90 New Hampshire* —$7.50 White Giants $7.50 Leghorn Cockerels —$2.25 Heavy Cockerels —$6,90 Minorca, Leghorn and Hybrid Pullets $9.90 Heavy Pullets — < $7-90 Seconds $2-00 A nice supply of started White Leghorn Pullets and New Hampshire Reds at $1.50 per hundred additional per week for brooding. All other chicks$1.00 per week for brooding, if purchased direct out of brooders, 60o more per hundred if contracted. Hamilton Hatchery BANCROFT TITONKA year's seeding TTTT. rn GrLIlETTE HAS FELT THAT HE WAS DUTY BOUND TO REMAIN ON THE JOB IN WASHINGTON WHILE CONGRESS IS IN SESSION. He was not ablftoretntn to Iowa untU the last week of the Primary Campaign, and has opened no Campaign Headquar- £™t« rm ?r; I gr ° UP ° f WS Democratio ™™** (none of whom are political appointees of Senator Gillette) have secured his consent to remind all those who are supporting him because of his unswerving devotion to his State and Nation, that each and every one of them should^o or Jen P .S SK* "f ""?, *** ^^ *" ™ U UP *" * heir friends and " k thflm to ™' a DUbUsMn. t? '• rf haS been ""^ ty th8Se friendS f ° r the S0le V"** 0 * 0 ot wording at thf """f* Senator Oillette has »>* been advised of the exact character or wording of this appeal or the extent of its publication. t [This advertisement inserted on order of and paid for by W. W. Garrison & Co., 400 N. 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