Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1938
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•AGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, Al/JONA, IOWA Doctors at Iowa City Encourage Irvington Youth parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hayne west of Algona. Lorainne Wfllrett, Fenton, spent jfrom Friday till Monday with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ru- Mlolph Willrett. BELIEVED HE WILL REGAIN USEJF LEG Irvington, Aug. 23—Dunne Riley, bone infection patient who was taken to Iowa City last week! -- r> »t- u ,,^ ^ ai Tuesday, wn« brought home last; llrda y- nnd part of Sunday under week Thursday, and is much en-! observation at n Fort Dodge hos- couraged. The cast was removed i pi f a1 ' from his leg, and he was given a rhe Ben Dwengei-s spent last pair of crutches, but. he is not week flsni 'iR in northern Mlnne- strong enough yet to get muchi 80 '?- „ good out of them. His physicians ! Mrs> °- L - Miller is having a scr- believe, however, that his leg will!'° us "ttack of the grippe. regain strength rapidly, now that | "* ' Hertha Ruhnke as bridegroom, and Viola Sfruecker as preacher. Max^ ine Jentz and Edith Wolfe sang. Mise Theesfleld will be married to Lloyd Sundae, Esthervllle, at St. John's Lutheran church hei'e _- —- ~.,. WU14U o ^fuLiiciuii uiiuiun nere Mrs. Anna Sankey, at the home Sunday evening at 8 o'clock She of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Rl-1 is the daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. ley, Lu Verne, is laid up with the shingles. Lucile Dole, courthouse employe, began a two weeks vacation Monday, and is spending it at her home here. ,Char,les Theesfleld, Armstrong', formerly Fenton. Threshers In Get-Together— A threshers' party was held at Henry Looft'a Friday evening. At- -.. T . _ "~A..J j-iuuLici i-1 iuny evening. Al- Mrs. John B. Reding spent Sat- tending: Hans Hanson, Mr. and •Hnv „„,, „.„. .. „...._, . i Mrs Howa ,. d Hanson> Harvey and Harley, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wllberg, daughter Delores and Jean, Earl Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn, the Charles Osborns, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Madden and Joan, the Herman Strueckers, Mrs. Henry Olson, son John, Bertha Olson, Cnrl and Henrietta Mortensen, Russell Geronsin, Patsy and Nancy Meianey, the Truman Johnsons, and Mrs.'Hans Mortensen. Surprise for Aged Man— John/Arbogast was taken . by surprise Friday evening, when relatives/and friends gathered at his home, to help him celebrate his 77th / birthday anniversary. Attending: Walter Earnhardt, Mr. . - .~ ~- _.. ... lu , = - i and/ Mrs. Harley Fredericks, Graet : was becoming crooked, Fenton, Aug. 23—An Oleson re- i tin,ger, daughters Phyllis and me has since straighten- unio » w a s held Sunday at Samuel SWirley; the William, Herman and considerably, so the op- Oleson's, west of Fenton, and at-1 3 ?™ 11 Huskamps, the Clarence Aris been given up. tending were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis! bogasts, all of Fenton; Mr. and the cast has been removed. Duane plans to return to school this fall, but will go to and from school, and do his studying in his wheel chair for some time. The diseased leg is somewhat shorter than the other, and he will return to Iowa City in three months to be reexamined and fitted with a built-up shoe, if all is well. -Some months ago physicians believed the leg would have to be broken and reset, for it was becoming crooked, but the br "(I Hsseir ._.,, „_ . ^ItlLlUll II (IS UC Gil ^IVGIl I!]). a ••"«i- *•*!. M n u ifi.1 c>. iJfcJWliji 7* "O »•»*-• <•"» in i wi .i 1 Cll IUU i 1YI, Oleson, Los Angeles; the Leslie !/ Ml ' s - Hans Baago, Ringsted. While Cross Goods Sent— • j Caskys and Richard McBride, Le-.'| The missionary society met Fri-i n| sh; Mr. and Mrs. T. R. ThornpV Gathering for Illinois Guests- day, Mrs. Nina Schichtl in charge | so ", Fort Dodge, daughter ™- J — /- > .Snvon Pom <!<».. ~~n,... OLESONS HAVE GET-TOGETHER NEAR FENTON sister, Mrs. Calvin Householder,!tertained at Sunday evening din- Lone Rock. Klght Ht Lakes Cottage-Mary Ann Bonn, Marjorle and Eunice Johnson, Kathryn Ohm, Dorothy Dreyer, and Irene Krause, of the Fenton Forwards 4-H club, with Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and her daughter Lorena, leaders, are spen'dlng a few days at the Waterman cottage at the Okobojis. Farewell and Hlrthday Parties- Mrs. Walter Jentz was honoree at a farewell Saturday evening at her home given by her bridge club. Mrs. Jentz was presented with a gift. Sidonla Bierstedt was honoree nt a birthday party at Herman Haack's Friday evening. Other Fenton. The Rev. and Mrs. H. Delter, with his children, Lowell, Allen, and Elaine, came Sunday to visit Mrs. Deiter's mother, Mrs. Dan Hantelmari, and 'Monday evening '.eft for Sheldon to visit Mr. Deiter s parents. Mrs, Deiter is the former Lucinda Hantelman. Selena Hantelman came Friday for a week with her mother, Mrs. Dan Hantelman. She attended the summer session at Cedar Falls, and will return to that town where she teaches in the grades. T • u mis. J. A. Ridder, ner Mrs. Carrie Hnaee, Algona, Pearl, Gall, and Earl, Marian Gade, who had visited at Mrs. Haases since last week Wednesday, came home with tlwn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers, Mrs. Dorothea Gerhart, her children, Jackie and Georgia, spent from Saturday to Tuesday With Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Reimers, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reimers, Mason City. ' Mrs. Dean Nellis, Renwick, and her daughter Rosemary came last week Thursday to visit at the parental Carl Kern's. Mr. Nellis came Sunday, and Mrs. Nellis went home with him, Rosemary remaining for a week's further visit. .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase entertained over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fyle, the Gerald Goodwins, and Glen Hayenga, all of Minneapolis, and the group pie- nicked at West Bend Sunday, with others attending. •Walter Loek and his mother, Chicago, arrived Saturday to visit till Monday at W. C. Stamer's and Otto Borchardt's, and were ac- •corapanled by Leona Borchardt, who had spent most of the summer at Chicago. Mercedes, daughter of Miv and Mrs. William Voigt, and Viola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. of i Mueller, returned Friday from the . . . , ui /"*"cuci, iciunieu rriaay irom tne i-airmont, came Monday to visit at! summer session at Cedar Falls. the John and Alfred Meyers and i They will teach rural schools this Joh ' spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Marolf's brother, the Rev. R. W. Kabelltz, and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz "have moved to a farm near Hand's park, where Mr. Jentz works as hired hand. Junior Krause, soil of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Krause, is sick. » Glenn Johnson, of Ledyard, Married Ledyard, Aug. 23—Sophie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Twedt, of Armstrong, was married to Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson, Friday at the Lutheran parsonage, Armstrong, by the Rev. R. W. Brade. The' couple Were attended by Ella Clausen and Raymond Johnson. The bride wore a rust ]; dress, with rust accessories, and carried a bridal bouquet of roses. She is a graduate of the Armstrong high school in the class of 1937, and the bridegroom, who attended the Ledyard schools, has for the last several years worked with the Leon Worden carpenter crew. The newlyweds will live here. OPTOMETRIST — - gei 0 ""' *'"'<• ^uuse, uaugnter u-iadys'; i «CVBU families gathered at. the of the lesson, and the Rev. Mr. | Mr - iind Mrs. Walter Hanna, Mi/i-| Fr ed Kluss home Sunday to honor Beneath ! nie Hanna, and Sallie A. Boo/h-' Ml '- and Mrs. Harry Kluss, of Pe- Aii f rt ,. rovd. Htimhnlrtf • Mr .I«H T\/r,,r. j/M~'nrin. Til nnH ct H?HIO.I^ + *M. «*• M i»»i_ English led devotions. „„._„,.., .... the cross of Jesus and All for r_ oyl1 ' Humboldt; Mr. Jesus were sung, and articles on China were read and discussed rs./Ole , , I1] - and a daughter at picnic - -./ -. ""....jw.ui., A»AI. iiuu ivirs./uie "' ***•» o"u <u utiuguLer u.t picnic Bratrud, son Henry, the Mrflvin diniiei ' and supper. Attending: Mr. >-.muu were reaa ana discussed. Bratruds, son Henry, the Melvin and Mrs. Alvin Kluss, Gait, son The meeting was closed with a Bratruds, and Mr. and Mrs/ LleE i Willia : M ''s- Rose Hefty, Renwick, song, Evening Prayer, and the Rlerson, Graettinger; Mr. ar/d Mrs. |>son Clarence; Mr. and Mrs. Merie Lord's Prayer. The society recent- Ben Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs/ Alb-art! Davidson, Algona, son Douglas; ly sent away its White Cross up-. Mitchell, daughter Benoi/k, Ben' tne E dw. Zweifels and Mr. and portionment, which included an Meling, the Bertel BerkelAnds, the! Ml ' s - Maurice Bilsborough, Ti- infant's layette, two print dress- Curtis Olesons, and tl/e Albert | tonka; the Jacob Zweifels and the es, two tea towels, etc. Sixty large c °dys, all of Fenton; / Mr. and i Clarence Menz family. ?auze bandages will be made and . Mrs - Thos Cody, twin /ons, the K I ' ient for hospital use. I H - Randas, and Mr. arid Mrs. Cur-' Hllllts Return for Visit I Us Oleson, all of R/ngsted; Mr.! Mi\ and Mrs. John Hunt, ; -.^. v^wvn, tin ui iTflii^ateu, ivir,; *«». «nu 1*110. uuiin jiunc, ana jand Mrs. Siguard 0'4son, Seneca; j tlle Eugene Hunts, Newcastle, Pa., us. i-neii i.asnmere, corwitn, is a . nd tlle Norman Thompsons, Cy-! spent last week at Otto Ortman's. a Mason City hospital in ser- Under. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Oleson, j Tlle John Hunts are parents of s condition following a Caesar-1 who spent two months here, left! Mrs - Ortman; Eugene, Otto's bro- i section, but her R^-lh .Qnn is Tuesday for ho//ne. ther. This was thpir first vioit v,oi-o .Hrs. Cashmere Gravely Sick— , ---- -».o. ^i fe uan. Mrs. Glen Cashmere^ Corwith, is a . nd tlle Norman at s "'• -• • - ... 1.-..J... >,„ , , ious _____ ..... ^ ean section, but her 8%-1'b. son is doing well. She is a sister of vVill- ard Gregson. Other IrTlngton. Merle and Earl Thompson, Lu Tuesday for Tenth IVeddinR/Dnj- Observed Mr. and M/s. Clarence Theesfield were taXen by surprise Sun- ther. This was their first visit here since leaving Iowa many years ago. Last week Sunday a family gathering was held at the • Ortman home in their honor, with relativ- , Verne, accompanied by Mrs. Morris Parsons here, left a few days ago for Waupaca, Wis., where they are spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Parsons, farming near there. Merle and Earl are brothers of Mrs. Merrill Parsons. Vern Barker and his daughter Rosetta, accompanied by Mrs. Maggie Schoby, Algona, left for Kenney, 111., last week Thursday to attend the Golden Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sever. Mrs. Barker has been visiting relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Roney, with the daughter Shirley, will drive i to Dubuque this week Thursday - - ..„.„ *«,.-v,n WJ ouii^ii^c >juii- nuiiie iu men nonor witn relativ- day by relatives and friends who es from Des Moines, and Truman gathered a/ their home to brate the/ Theesfield tenth , cele-IMinn., in attendance wed-| ' . ~"m« AMCJCia etllU i J-11CJ John Light homes, and John Mey-^all. o ,.., t , to Klem . i , The William Blanks attended a MOTHERS! THE LAST WEEK be- Mr ntlH TVTl.e .VOIlnirm of \fnn\rntn O.i*..!.... \T.. _ .». . « • j. . i for school is the ideal time to have your child's eyes examined. It's better to be sure before the nine months' grind begins. A. W. AMUNSON Optometrist Above Borchard Drug Store • —_— -• -^"» iu tviciiiiue inc vruimiii oiuiins aiienaeu a to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. reunion at Mankato Sunday. Mi- Roland Hendrickson, Columbus,, Blank i s body and paint man at i,7r.;' , * n ° ay ' aftei> a week the Goetsch garage, and the fatn- at JJennis Hendncksen's and Har- i'y lives in a trailer house on the '^-Peterson's. Robert Goetsch lawn. dinnV 1 ?- F- B " Edwards - In- The Edward Mitchells spent Lnwrpni ISl «s a •fh 11 V, and a ne 'P flew ' Sunday at Fort Dodge, attending ri^H v - mith> Danvllle - "1- ar- an orphanage festival, and others i ived Monday to visit at Mrs. Ed- from here there were the George wards brother S. E. Straley's, and; Seims family and the Herman Mi. Straley accompanied the guests Haacks. iuesday on a fishing trip to north-1 Mr. and Mrs; Gerfiart Hantel- M Mlnn | sot a. | man left Sunday for a tour to Yel- and Mrs. Walter Ohm, ae- Uowstone park. Mrs. Homer Stout anied by Mr. and Mrs. Mun- and .her daughter Lavonne left -Peterson, Swea City, were the same day for a visit with some Mankato Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. friends. The Dr. E^ W. Ruskes spent Sunday at Spencer and the Oko- bojis, and Mrs. Ruske's niece, Charlene Flink, accompanied them - --- »u.i uu .j. AMI. UUU IVllS. Henry Schulte, daughter Beverly and son Howard attended a reun- '? n . , of the Paul family at field, Minn. Litch- ding ann/versary. Nine ta'bles of, Two Jfew Babies Keported— oUU werp/ in nlav ATi*c w T •CT.,^«U ~\r^ — ^ *»... . ^ -, i ~ . . George Pertl, accompanied by nis sister Helen and Robert Votteler, took George's and Helen's brother Martin and Kathleen White to Iowa City Saturday, and Martin will shortly resume studies soon at the state university I TVjfur, TT,.,.— 1 TY . - _ rAn 500 Mr /. , ...... «.««•>-« wi -«- M w ^v,f .uuuicu JUMIUneU re/ in play, Mrs. E. J. Frank I Mr. and Mrs. Gelndon Schrum, ei ' raSe winnin S high; Advance, Mo., are parents of ' ° Ut Ml '' a " d "' b - Ramona Ann, born TI r l ' - , a nn, orn Theesfield were presented Friday, August 12. Mrs. Schrum is set of dishes and a large the former Ella Dreyer, daughter picture. Hostesses were aunts of! of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer here "and tin 8 ;, v heesf . ie ? d: Mrs - Walter this is the couple's first child, al- Jentz, Mrs. Arthur Mueller, Mrs. so the first grandchild for Mrs George Jentz, Fenton; Mrs. Adel- Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kulow Dert Hanna, Lone Rock; Mrs. Mark are parents of a 9%-lb. daughter Simmons and Mrs. Harvey Higley, born Saturday, at Carl Dahlhau Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ja-'ser's, Algona. cob, Algona, were out of town guests. , here for a week's visit. The Harvey Koenekes, of Colesburg, wer& last week Wednesday and Thursday visitors at Walter Widdel's. Mrs. Widdel Is a cousin of Mr. Koeneke. •Mr. and Mrs. Olie Berkland, son — --"•-*• ""'»c»on.j. .nn. uiiu HITS, uiie uerKianu, son Hazel Hanson, Aberdeen, Donald, and Mr. and Mrs. Truman '"" her daughter Ethel and [Thompson spent Saturday to Mon"' J " ' " day with relatives at Manchester. were week-end guests of Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. G .Smith. The party was en route home from Cedar Falls, where Ethel and Evelyn attended summer school. . Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade en- . Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zweifel, daughters Iris and Ardis, and the Menzes left Monday for a fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. . The Albert Marolfs, Davenport, month. The Roneys expect to be away till Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Meeker, Waterloo, daughter Betty Anne, and John Riley, who has been staying at his daughter Mrs. Roy Hicklin's, Woden, were Sunday guests at Douglas Riley's here. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on God's Purpose in Creating Man, using as his text Isaiah, •43:7—For I Have Created him for my glory, I have formed him, yea, I have made him. Fay Grass, accompanied by his aunt, Mrs. Edna Harr, left Friday for Nevis, Minn., to visit Fay's parents, both visitors returning this week Monday. The Aid will meet Thursday at the church, after an extended vacation, and a covered-dish luncheon will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hayne, Peoria. 111., are visiting Mr. Hayne's August IS, for her sis- Home from Coast Visit- Alice Glaus got home last wee! Thursday from Glendale, Calif, where she spent most of the summer with her sister, Mrs. Donovan Brown. She accompanied Mr. anc . . T-, , — •» w IT ii. kjiic a^<JuiaiiJtllllcU IVii illlC ter-m-law, Edna Theesfield, Arm- Mrs. Carl Wolfe, Glendale who strong. A mock wedding took came to visit the former's father place, with Maxine Jentz as brido, Freeman Wolfe, brother Rex anc NOTICE OF PKOBATE OF WILL No. 4-119. In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. March term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mat Hansen, deceased, dated September 21, 1933, having been this day filed, opened and read Tuesday, the 13th day of September, 3938, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, 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 interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, August 17, 1938. KATHERINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. QUARTON & MILLER, Attorneys. 48-50 For Sale 160 acres, well improved, on good road, with $1,000 cash down payment, long time loan on balance at low rate interest. Also have a few farms for sale with a small down payment and crop payment plan. See or write me 0. B. ANDERSON Forest City, Iowa AIR/STEP FOOTWEAR FOR Brownell Shoe Store Shoes Hosiery for Sale I- sold four Aetna Bonded Farms in the last three weeks, all of them in Northern Iowa. I still have a wide choice of good buys. Farms that are priced to sell. Here is a real opportunity— —8475 S—Shipley, 241 acres good gravel road, 3 miles S. E. ol Irvington, improved and tiled, all Webster loam, all tillable. Small down payment and long term amortized contract on balance. See, write, or phone E. T. HAUPTMANN Authorized Representative Phone 59 CORWITH, IOWA 47-51 BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS We have so many things which every school child needs to make going back to school more fun and to 'make studies simplified. Check this list with your child's needs—then come and buy at our thrifty prices. Every item we have has been approved by educa tional authorities. lirief cases in single, double, and triple sections. Priced from $2.00 Fitted pencil boxes, including pens, erasers, and crayons. From lOc and 25c Pencil sharpeners to attach to desk or table. Priced from $1.00 to $1:75 Steel edge rulers wttb beveled edges for safety. From 5c and lOc Paste ____5cand lOc Pen Points T _lc each Lead Pencils _ 2 for 5c Fountain Pens 50c up Automatic Pencils ---.- 25c Glue in Jar lOc Ink Erasers ,. _Sc Gum&Erasers _ 5c-10c Crayon Pencils _ _ lOc Pocket Sharpeners 5c and lOc Compasses- 15c * 25c Lunch, boxes containing a two cup vacuum bottle. Special $1.75 v^_ For School You go to school at mother's i Next With books under your arm von « ?' off to regular schools. Young ,£ v woman, if you think you are through <Tr>i!' n ? when you finish high school or co iw p 0( " are badly mistaken. Then conies the?/? est school of all r the school of exneri Honest endeavor is the only thing tint ™,M win In this school. ^ at wi " .Next is the school of middle ago ww we become thoughtful. We think 'of neighbors and of the next generation S age is always planning for youth. ' then comes old age—this school snff ens and mellows our hustling, n ery dis , sitioii and we become children again i• a life of school work from the cradle'to th! grave. You can count that day lost in wh oh you do not add something to your storo nt knowledge. ' I have studied shoes for fifty years and yet today I learned something ne \v about the tonnage of a certain leather \V P study fitting all the time. It is a crinie to misfit a child's foot. In buying we are verv careful to. get shoes made over lasts th* natural shape of a child's foot. Our $1 gs line of boys' and girls' school shoes are scientifically constructed and will be helpful instead of an injury to growing feet. Even our line of 98c school shoes are made on corrective lasts. We think lots of the kids and are very careful how we fit their feet Neville's Store is the children's store. Jimmie Neville shows her **•!%* W ff v *W—\ k ^ \ w\ -^ X. Your figur* will b* mathematically perfect --you'll make history on dates - . and you'll excel in the romance languages - . Two help- {ul reasons are sketched. . . Dosens .of tiny mirror buttons with venise collars and cuffs on twill back velveteen and our new bi-cblor version of rabbit's hair wool buckled in twin suede - . These and others eager to m«ke the new Kitty Fishers -•Youthfully Yours - - • Junior Sixes 9-17 •••rlr> Bt>-^. i ,*-' &S. »••*•-j I^V' Jti ^^m>^\ H$ Others $1.85 and up 9 EMBI&V '^P 1 ^iP •^wWi ^M i T, I , jtW •••••••BMMHBWMR1WW HOMllviiiiANTS YOU TO "BOY AT HOME" BEER "1 j" "d V UgSfn, ' fPI'^fS, M § f *

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