Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1938 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1938
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1938. J. J. JSonnstetter, Corwith P. M., Weds GHARIVARIERS CALL ON PAIR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA GET TREATS Wesley Youth Now where they visited at Carl Primis.,„ V O • t- . 1llg ' s ' Tlle y took nt >' n e Francis an Hye Specialist Primlslng, who had spent six I weeks here. Wesley, June 28—Dr. and Mrs.!- Out of town relatives who . -• - 28—Dr. and Mrs., - - • ~~ •• — Alson Braley, with the little son! tcnde(i the funeral of Mrs. Eliza- Alson D., are expected Sunday for bct -' 1 ^''tester were: Mr. and Mrs. visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Lars Skaar, son Sidney, and Muriel Payne attended a Grant Aid meeting last week Wednesday at- j at Mrs. Pat Anderson's. Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. B. J. McCardle, Mary Elizabeth Elbert, R. N., Eleanor R. N., and Eleanor ;Mc- DAVS OLD |j lte Rocks Lie Comb Reds Rocks \i Minorcas B WEEK OLD Lite Rocks |f Minorcas [gle Comb Reds js-Bred White Rock Vhite Leghorns p SS - Bred Cockerels, irred Rock and Red b ss - Bred Pullets, red Rock and Red Orpingtons Hampshire, Red It Greatly iced Prices! milton latchery i west and one south lot Bancroft a holiday visit with the doctor's parents, Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Hi-nicy. The Towa City Hraleys loft „....„ i Iow -i City April G for three months Corwith, June 28—A wedding of »l Fort Apache, whore Doctor Bra- great interest to Corwith people ; ^ did research work. Thence they took place ft week ago Friday at ; WC 'H to San Diego, Calif, to visit a ' : Oehrlg, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Jane Hall, of '. sister, Mrs. A. J. Mumma, and from '> f 'arviilc, R. N., all of Fort Dodge; that city, and Corwith's postmas-i "'oro they went on to San Fran- 1 Dr - and Ml ' 8 - p - J- Dorweiler, West ter, J. Joseph Bonnslettcr, were• cisr.o, where the doctor attended IJ end; and Rosella Neu, Emmets- principals. They were attended by 'the national Medical convention •• burK Pauline Miller, Whlttomore, niece'"'»' gave a paper on the eye. Doc- of Mr. nonnstctter, and Melvin j tor liraloy is an eye specialist in Hall, son of the bride. ! tho univorsiaty clinic at Iowa Mrs. Bonnstetter is not generally i City. Warren Lloyd, went to Iowa City Fred Brezinsby, Freeport, 111.; Mr. Friday and entered a hospital for and Mrs. Ray Kollasch, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. George Priester, Minneapolis, daughter Betty Lou; Mr. known here. Mr. Bonnstelter lias spent many years here, <i Inrgor' part of the time having farmed. Ho | also has raised Belgian horses and , other purebred slock, and lias j written insurance for the Hancock ; and Kossuth county mutuals. He' was for 11 years field man for the sugar beet company at Mason City. He has been active in Masonic cit- cles, and for the last four years has made the Corwith territory a * BENDERS ARE WED SATURDAY AT NASHUA'S CHURCH capable, accommodating postmaster. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnstctler are now at home in Corwith, and have been treating charivari crowds. Street Ciirnivnl This Week— Corwith is having a street cur- nival this week, featuring the Hal ] West Bend, June 28—The mar- the Lit- ale Brown church near Nashua Saturday evening at fi o'clock, the Tlcv. William Kent officiating. The couple were attended by Irene Mikes, Minneapolis, a sister of the bridegroom, and Harlan Gearhart, Gary, Intl., brother of the bride. Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Hoyt, Dundee, 111., went home last week Thursday, after a week with the Inker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rcirners. The Rev. Edward Fandel, Rem<!on, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, and his nephew, James Fandel, left Saturday for Ladysmith, Wis., for a few' days with relatives. Loo Swanson got home Saturday from n ten day trip to Glendale, Calif. Mrs. Mike Weir and Mrs. Herman Kollasch visited the George Dahlkes at 'Rockwell City last Graham shows. Mr. Graham has a The bride, eldest daughter of Mr. large » merry-go-round, a giant !in d Mrs. Allen Gearhart, is a 1031 ferris wheel, athletic shows, vari- ; graduate of the West Bend high ous stands, rides, etc. He has a; sc hool, and has been a teacher-in reputation for clean shows, with: rural schools in Palo Alto and plenty of entertainment. This is i Kossuth counties since graduation. Mr. Ornhnms first visit ho™ The bridegroom, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes, was Mr. Graham's first visit here. S. S. Boys Have Outing— The Rev. and Mrs. Karl W. G. Killer recently took a-number of boys from Mrs. Miller's Sunday school class to the Okobojis for graduated from" the same high school the same year, an then attended State Teachers college a year. He has since been employed in hi.s father's meat market here, week s outing: Wayne and James and win continue work there. Woodbury, Billy Robinson, Jimmie ; The couple left for a wedding Larson, Bobby Sutcliff, Raymond tl . in to Minneapolis and the Black Riggle, Bob Skelly, Wayne Camp- Hills, bell, and Billie Brown. Former Kossuth Agent Here— Dmihciulelk Shows.Movies— W. H. Daubendiek showed mov- Gilbert Bonnstetter, Washington, Ing pictures Monday evening at D. C., spent Sunday with his fath- • Rested and Tuesday evening at er, J. Joseph Bonnstetter, his Rodman. He took them in Ger- brothers Ray, Lester, and Ernest, and his sister, Mrs. Jean Foley. many. Some taken at Pella in a , tulip festival, some taken in the He was at Minneapolis on a busi- Yellowstone park, and some of Kraal?., son Elroy, and Elmer Braatz, all of Milwaukee, are spending this week with Emil BraaU and the Louis and Werner Braatz families. John is the son of Emil. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elbert, Pocahontas, spent Sunday at Earl Elbert's. The Cody Giffords, Charles City, visited old friends here over the week-end. The Giffords formerly lived here. Aurella, Frieda Mae. and Genevieve Alig accompanied Paul Dahlhauser and Kelvin Kollasch, Algona, to Mason City Sunday, and Genevieve made arrangements to enter Mercy hospital there September 1 for nurses' training. They called on the Roy Grahams at Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach. daughter Alice, and Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke attended a Zumach family reunion at Interlaken Sunday. People were there from Good Thunder and Waltliiun, Minn., Lone Rock, Fenton, Rolfe, Bodei Algona, and Fort Dodge. As we see it— YOU KNOW THAT (can rent a safety-- sit box in o n r t for a small year- ntali It's good in- nee. ness mission and took the opportunity to come to Corwith. Clupsaddlo Reunion Is Ifeld— The Clapsaddle 1938 family reunion was held last week Thurs- Wesl Bend's state champion basketball girls were also shown. Chili Goes to Oliobojis— Members of the I. R. club, ten women, left Monday morning for STATE BANK Algona, Iowa feposits Insured day at a Storm Lake park, 69 the Okobojis for a peek's outing, present. Frank Clapsaddle, Cor- j This is an annual event. Fred with, was elected president; Fred j Nurse took them and their camp- Clapsaddle, Galva, formerly Corwith, treasurer. The reunion will be held at Fort Dodge next year. Pony. Stages a Runaway— A small Shetland pony belonging to the Adreons staged an old- ing outfit up in his big truck, which was fitted out with rocking chairs. Ledyard Bible School at Cylinder— The Rev. and Mrs. George R. McDowell are conducting a vaca- fashioned runaway Saturday and i tion Bible school at Cylinder every took Keith Peterson and Shirley Carman for an exciting ride over- the'neighbors' gardens. The children escaped with a few scratches and bruises. OT1CE. [Plum Creek Elevator [closed for repairs a beginning July 5th. Studies Art in Ohio- Paul Beckman left Friday for Columbus, Ohio, to study art at the state university. He teaches art in the Manchester schools. Other Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Fevold, of Badger, and their son Roger were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson, and other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clem morning this week. Mr. McDowell supplies the Methodist church there Sundays, besides preaching at the local church. pis time landled. no grain HUFF, Manager. IMICAL NOXIOUS | For Sale at . 'LLIN'S & SEED CO. Loans to $30$ CO Hilyard, daughter Dorothy, Larry Hutchins, Algona,- Mrs. Calvin Williams, her-;baby son, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, and the Williams son Gary Lee.' Mr. and Mrs. Jean Foley and Judy drove to Kellerton last week Thursday, returning on Sunday. They visited relatives, and Mrs. Amy Foley and Rita Faye, who were also there, came home with them. . Mr. and Mrs. J. Worth Miller, with the son Max, spent last weekend at Indianola with Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Anna Hobson, and Saturday Mrs. Miller attended her high school class reunion. Mrs. Claire Genung, Correction- yille, and her sons Bob and Lynn have been visiting the A. R. Gardiners. Mrs. Genung left Monday for Minneapolis to attend a music echool two weeks. A surprise miscellaneous shower was given for Mrs. Dean Brown at her home last week Tuesday. Mrs. Evan WHhite and Mrs. Earl Wilhite were hostesses. •Mrs. E. G. Gasklll is having a month's visit from her sister, Mrs. Burl Osborn, Columbus, 0., and the Matter's daughters Judith and Harriet. „, , Mrs. Forrest Bratton, Elkhart, Ind., and her daughter Phyllis are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Scoville. Elsie Mae Hunt, Lu Verne, and Donald Clowes, Renwick, visited Mr, and Mrs. Harold Evans Saturday evening. " A large number of persons from Corwith attended a homecoming at £»., Verne last week Thursday evening; i Mr, and Mrs. Annand Tahb and son Wilbur attended a baud festi- yal at Mason City last week Tues- 4ft y - •'-'-•'' ' .Virginia Severns has returned from Cleveland, where she attended the Bob Jones college last year. Alberta Mitchell was taken to a Mason City Mercy hospital one day lost week by Poctor WaJley. Charles Eriekson attended Bho,r£,c.pu,r8e tor school janitors at Pea Molnes last week- , ,Viaal Bonnstetter has returned frojjj Gary; lad., after two weeks witlji relatives. Cream Station at Wesley Wesley, June 28—The Fairmont cream station here was broken into Friday night shortly after 7 o'clock and some 134 pounds of cream, besides two gallon cans, were stolen. Entrance was gained by ripping out enough screen in the back door to let a hand through to unlock the inside door. R. L. Moore, Burt, is manager of the station. Officers were called, but no clews have been reported. Billy McDonald and Flynn went as far as Whittemore talk Mrs. John Waldron, her children, and Mrs. Phil Cullen have returned from Anamosa, where they visited the Merril Rawsons. Mary Cathrine, Merril Rawson daughter, left Friday for Dubuque to enter a convent. Mrs. Gertrude Hackenberry, . of Mason City, daughter Velma Mae, and son Homer spent Sunday at R. H. Finnel's. Banker Prank Bes- eulehner, son Bud, of here, and \jm Bestenlehner, the latter of ilgona, were at Sioux City on a usiness mission last week Thurs- IV Mrs. Sylvester Wisebee, of Valey City, N. D., and her son Bobby lave gone home, after a week here ivith the former's mother, Mrs. taude Pish. Bud" Bestenlehner, here, ana iVilliam Bestenlehner, of Algona, vere at Spencer Friday. Mrs. J. M. Fleming and her daughter Ruth Adeline accompanied Bernard Trecker, De Kalb, 111., to Mason :ity last week Wednesday to visit he James Flemings. Dorothy Ward, Heron 'Lake, Minn., is spending two weeks at Mike Kop- Helen Farrel, Mason City, spent he week-end with her mother, Mrs. Nell Farrel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain, Algona, and their daughter Alice, former teacher here, with Cecelia and Alice Mulen, De Kalb., 111., were Sunday dinner guests at Frank Beetenleh- Sena Isebrand attended a shower Friday at Mrs. Roy Wentworth's, Grant, in honor of Mrs Harold Wentworth. Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald drove to Carroll Sunday for their daughter Mary Ellen, who came home for a ten-day vacation. She is ii training at St. Anthony's hospital Lawrenci Rockwel City and stayed there to visit the Rev. P. A. Sturm, former Ledyart priest. The William Garrys visited Fairmont Sunday. .The Richard, Arthur, and Alfrec Zielskes, with Martha Gable i her daughters, attended a Ruhnke reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. The H. D. Maynes spent Sunday at Ray Hartshorn's, Swea City The L. C. Strands visited at th i P arental Hargreaves home- west o Robbed Algona. The Glenn Yahnkes visited th Edw. Yahnkes, Buffalo Centei Sunday afternoon, and Frances who had been there since the pre ceding Tuesday, came home wit her parents, also Mr. Yahnke's sis ter 'Evelyn, who is spending sev eral weeks here. Phyllis Togerson and Harol Herzog spent Sunday at Maso City at the Togerson home. Mrs. Fred Ploeger, who had bee at Rochester with her mothe returned Saturday. Her mothe remained for an operation some time this week. The Clifton Engelbys accompan ied the Richter families to Man kato Sunday for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs, George Thompson Duane and Jeanne, drove to L Verne Sunday to take Beverly an Cecil Zwetfel home after a severa Diab?te» „ ^ Condition Critical Jrvington, 'June _ Mrs. Dora Bancroft,, is reported condition VHb diabetes fo«t Wputated at Iow resident. days visit here. The Edw. Christs, Fprest City, n operation on the leg which was adly Injurad in a runaway while e was hauling beets two years go. He has been lame ever since. rs. Lloyd joins him this Vedncsday, when he is to week have ie operation. He will be a pa- ent two months. Nels FYiets, Omaha, visited last eek at the D. 0. Friets homo. Mrs. Louise Norland, Marshall- own, William Payne, son Sidney, nd daughter Muriel spent Satur- ay evening at Lars Skaar's. Muril returned to Marshalltown Sun- ay with Mrs. Norland to resume urses' training, after a three eeks vacation at home. The Max Nilzes, William Long, le L. A. and Paul Nitzes, the Toward Jensens, and the Robert tVeilers spent Sunday at Otto Bong's, Elmore, helping Otto and is wife celebrate their 14th wed- ing anniversary. Lars Skaar and Jacob Stubbe rove to Chicago Monday to bring ack machinery. E. C.' Worden, Detroit, and his randdaughter, Norma Hallead, iso Detroit, with the Gene Wor- ens, Elmore, visited the Leon Vordens last week Thursday even- ng. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Water- louse visited the Ralph Campbells, eneca, Sunday, aiso the T. J. Parishes, Fairmont. The William tjuiims, Bancroft, were at L. A. 's last week Thursday even- ng. Caroline Weiler, Minneapolis, isited last week at Robert Weiler's. The William Poppes and Mrs. Mary Poppe were Sunday guests at Fred Logeman's, Brlce- yn, Minn. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, ladcliffe, and Mrs. Guy B. Anderson, Ackley, visited the L. W. Wieners Sunday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. Leon Worden, with .he son Harvey, attended the wedding of the niece, Maxine Worden, it Burt.. Sunday. H. W. Post, frt. 6.69 GENERAL FUND H. W. Van Alstyne, salary .... 61.00 I Arthur Moulds, salary 55.00 Cecil-McGinnis, salary 50.00 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 70.00 E. Skilling, labor , 107.80 Willard Gregson, labor 94.71 Geo. Gunder, labor B8.52 F. Skilling, labor 49.57 Oliver Bakken, labor 51.20 John Helmers, labor 46.97 Herman Lyons, labor 38.50 Chas. Harvey, labor 35.04 Spear & McVay. labor 46.20 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 15.00 Ryner Helmers et al, labor .. 70.02 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND C. C. Wright, salary 22.50 Earl Bowman, labor 79.20 Ralph Elbert, expense 14,00 SWIMMING POOL FUND E. Skilling, labor 7.70 Willard Gregson, labor 7.70 Geo. Gunder, labor 3 85 F. Skilling, labor 1 '. io!oi Oliver Bakken, labor 17.33 John Helmers, labor '. 3,8b Herman Lyons, labor 6.16 Chas. Harvey, labor 13.86 Curtis Chapin et al, labor .... 9.53 H. W. Post, freight 5.95 DEPOSIT FUND O. S. Reiley et al, refund .... 35.00 PAGE NINS •-•••••••••••i Passed and approved this 16th day of June, 1938. C. F. SPEOHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. COOL SUMMER TRAVEL BY dust — no drafts. Cool, clean air completely changed every 3 minntei. HOTEL, ALGONA. State & Thorington Phone 262 INTERSTATE TRANSIT LINES Fourth oi July SPEC I AL TIRE SALE CITY BILLS Algona, Iowa, Thursday, June 16, 1938—The City Council met in adjourned session at the City Hall. Mayor Specht and the following councilmen were present, Harris, Kohlhaas, Overmyer and Huen.hold. Absent, Hawcott and White. A motion was made and carried that cigarette licenses be granted to the following—providing all cigarette vending machines be abandoned: J. F. Behlmer, R. L. Robin- ault, G. A. Wittkopf, Floyd E. Pierce, Algona Hotel, John F. Beiser, Edwin V. Johnson, H. S. Beatty, B. A. Galbraith, W. A. Barry, Anderson's Cafe, K.' D. James, Fred Jacobs, Mrs. C. T. Wilson, G. R. Cook, Carl Dahlhauser and H. T. Barker. The following beer permits were renewed:- Algona Hotel, John F, Beiser, Matt Selzer, Edwin Johnson B. A. Galbraith, W. A. Barry, G. R, Cook, Carl Dahlhauser. The following «bills were allowed Appropriating Ordinance No. 478 ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 97.50 Leo Bellock, salary 70.00 F. C. Dailey, salary 70.00 Tom Halpin, salary 67.5C Walter Gorman, salary 67.5( H. E. Stephenson, salary 65.0( R. S. Barton, salary 65.00 C.'C. Wright, salary 42.50 Adah Carlson, salary 70.00 Ernst Thiel, labor , , 23.75 Harold-Roth, labor 79.20 Wayne Steph'enson, labor .... 65.70 Joe Kelly, Jr., labor 54.80 Cocony Oil Co., mdse 348.63 Shell Petro. Co., dist 746.7f Milwaukee Ry.,' freight 477.82 H. W; Post, freight 28.86 Ry. Express Agcy, express .... 13.1' John Helmers et al, labor .... 481.3C WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 37.5C Harry Barton, salary 65.0 Frank Ostrum, salary 65.0 Laura Mitchell, salary 55.0C Clerk of Court, fees .-. :• .• 49.3E Ryner Helmers et al, labor .... 25.7f Mrs. Lillian White, Manilla, son Maurice, and daughter Joan, a . Ia 9 the daughter La Vonne, Sioux City; visited the J. S; Cullens Sunday. La Vonne was recently graduated from nurses' training at St. Joseph's hospital. Sioux City. Her mother is a former Norman girl and Mrs. White's husband was, the late Joe White, editor of a Manilla PB The George Benrends family, of Pomeroy. were guests at Herman Meyer's Sunday. The Simon Webers Jr. were at Jos. Sikora>. Cylinder in the evening. The Otto Ruhnkes and Hugo faulstich^ Lotls Creek, were guest? the saw evening at Herman Voigt'a. The Osca Webers, AyrsWre.were din- at Simon Weber'f Jfc _. of Mr. « Weter, is spending ...,,.. the -Tom Mortz tewe. Bode. Mr. and Mrs, Simon Wejje ""the ^ V0FM returned ERE is a medium priced tire designed for any purse. Everjr feature embodied in present day tire engineering will be found -.in the ENSIGN. Center Traction and Grooved Running Strips give it a tread design second to none. A carcass of four plies of cord insulated by the exclusve LIQUID LATEX PROCESS keeps the temperature, even under terrific speed, at a much lower level. The GILLETTE ENSIGN is a better tire. featuring . . . CENTER TRACTION |<5ROOVED RUNNING STRIPS DOUBLE BREAKER \( Sometimes called 2 extra piles under-the'tread) LATEX DIPPED Carcass Construction Gillette TIRESAN2TUBES Here is a treat for car Owners. Take advantage of this sale 5.25-17, $11.10, sale $6.10 5.2518, $11.55, sale $6.35 5.50-17, $12.55, sale $6.90 6.00-16, $14.15, sale $7.78 Other sizes reduced pro- portionately. We also have all sizes of Used Tires'. • Don't forget we carry a large supply of Auto Parts and Accessories. All kinds of Specials for the Coming Holiday. Greenberg Auto Supply We C<?lebirate Our First Birthday •''. Today we are observing our first Anniversary, and we wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. Pivhii^ fgr the feordial manner in which we have been received. During the coming years we hope to broaden our acquaintance and serve you with ever increasing efficiency. Our store has always been headquarters for summer furniture in Algona. We have never been able to make any money on this line but we do have a lot of fun putting a price on it that brings hundreds of folks to our store for the bargains. • A dozen Big Umbrellas for the lawn going at $ 3.98 Phone 330 We Deliver ' Lawn Tables of steel made to hold umbrella, special Heavy stripped canvas folding- chairs for the porch and lawn. Basy to cany to a restful shady spot, The greatest bargain we have ever offered. Only89c We also carry a complete line of Aerolux Porch Shades m stock, Keeps that porch cool and also closes for sleeping purposes. Call us today for estimate. Furniture Co w^- ^rawwp WPHPSllr^^W'^FW'lIP ^W ^ip^^liF

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