Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1938 · Page 11
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|de Back to School With a [ANDARD BICYCLE j.95 to $28.44 MSt-to-Coast Store "> i First'Annual PEWRITER SALE muc qou ca [the rest of August and till Saturday, Septcm- h we nre going to hold our first annual type- ale. During this period we are going to offer r portable typewriters at a substantial dis- (cash buyers! Our stock is now large and we bring n number of brand.spanking new moil- Ill our stock for this sale. Coihe in now and bur choice. The following is a list of the type[which we handle and; from this list you can r pick to fit your personal touch, moke of , or to fit your pocketbook. ! eight models of Remington portable typa- [rom which to 'choose, priced at $39.50, 154.50, $59.50, $64^6, $73.50, $79.50, and [Three of these .models are noiseless. Let us 1 our special cash sale, price; ™t' - ! . 1 Typewriter Company has four models for ». Priced a* f 39.50,; $42.60, $54.50, and 8 is a wonderful'typewriter and a favor- ny, Ask for piir special cash sale price. ' ^^*^^'KnP -Smith Corona Typewriter Company has W to pi ck frpift, or one which is bound to fit f«tbook. They are 'the.firet to get their new *» market- Prtee4 »t $29.75, $39.50, », ana $69,5Q, > AI£ our sale price now. riters 'No. 2 ,-, _»^price4 tp. sell, are of standard office $22.50 $20.00 ::];:;;:::::::-$25.oo KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA William Domhardt, Near Ledyard, Dies at 71 BRIEF ATTACK PAGE THREH The Boleros u-> OF PNEUMONIA PROVES FATAL Urtyui'd, Aug. 23—William Dom- himu, 71, died at his home north of town last week Wednesday and nincnil services were conducted Sunday at the Reformed Bethany church, of which he was a member the Hcv. A. A. Depping, pastor, officiating, with burial in the Highland cemetery. Mr. Domhnrdt was born Oeto- nor 1, 1867, at Schwartsburg, Sou- dershausen, Germany, and spent hl« childhood there. At 27 he came to Amarica, in 1894, and settled] in Jasper county, near Baxter,' I whore ha farmed. On October 13, 1897, Mr. Domhardt was married to Wilhelmine Ilunksmeier, p.nd they had four, „ children, Herman, Arthur, Will-| Gliding gracefully and whirling A''* « u y ,' lam, and Agnes. After farming and spinning with rapid-fire speed, I „",, TTS , v. , near Baxter three years the Dora-[the Boleros will offer fresh roller m ? T „ \ A, a brother of Mrs - ANDERSONS OF Family at Supper HnuLnouno, ur Find , Hou , e Afire SWEA CilY, IN JAUNT IN 8, D, Swea City, Aug. 23 — Mr. and i Mrs. J. J. Anderson got home last week Wednesday from a few days in South Dakota. Their first stop was at Carthage, Mrs. Anderson's girlhood home, where they attended a 60th anniversary celebration of the church of which her parents, the Magnussons, were charter members.* At Carthage the crops were fair,' but from there north everything had been destroyed by grasshoppers. At Timber Lake the Andersons, visited J. J.'s brother Andrew, former Kossuth auditor, now employed by the government to look after the government-owned lands in the Timber Lake vicinity. At Burke the an Indian res- SALESMAN'S GAR JAMS CORWITH GAR IN REAR Ledyard, Aug. 23—While the Roy Wentworths were eatjin'g supper Saturday they discovered that the . house was afire.. A defective ," en t happened last week Tuesday chimney had started a roof blaze, i noon on No - 266 > Just west of C. H. but it was put out before much ! Brown's, when a Chevrolet coupe Corwith, Aug. 23—An auto ecci- damage had been done, though considerable bedding was lost because of fire and water. The fire truck from town went out, but liardta came to Kqssuth and \o-\ skating thrills as a part of the :i£- Loffert, Algona. cated on a farm ' (hear Ledyard ternoon and evening shows before where the family 'has lived ever \ the grandstand at the Kossuth fair, genteel Laid Up Again— since. Three weeks before death . Inventing new roller thrills re- Jonn Reutzel is again confined . _ Mr. quires cold nerve and long prac- to bed wltn his leg injury. He suf- Domhardt's health began to faTl, tice—the Boleros have been at it fered a crushed foot while he was belonging to the Cudahy Packing Co., driven by T. H. McEvoy, Iowa Falls, crashed into a Ford Tudor belonging to Walter Wilhite, Corthe blaze was out before it ar- wlth - rlvefl. ; ' Lloyd Stroupe, employed at 1 — ) Walt's Super-Service station, had Interior of the parsonage. It was.been working on the Wilhite car, also decided to participate In a making brake adjustments, and statewide campaign of evangelistic had taken the car put for tests. meetings this fall. Smith JJrothers Lose Aun(r- Relatives here, including .Driving at moderate speed, he ap- ! plied the brakes for a Quick stop, land the' salesman behind, not the knowing the intention to stop, i returned Friday from a week !• the Black Hills. En route back they visited a couein. at Winslda, Neb., and made stops at Elgin, Neb., Shenandoah, and Carroll. At Carroll they called on Maxina Wolf. IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE? Tell the public about it in an Advance Want Ad. f, T-II 1-11 • — ---- **«WFr«iit) V'H^ Jl-lLCJl t,lU 11 \,\J OLUIJt Roy Elmer, Floyd, and Walter | crashed into the rear of the Wil- Smiths, received word Saturday hite car £t ath o£ a " aunt ' MrSl Ellz ' ! Ridin e In the Wilhite car were abeth Chapman, Woodward, Okla. I Mr. Wilhite, Otho and Grace Wil. ,°, rmei r I ° wan - sho W£ >s also an hite, Maxine, daughter of Mr. and of Mrs J. F. Black and the late ! Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Lu Verne. Miss Neal Smith, Algona. She past 80. Girl's Appendix is Out- was Smith suffered minor injuries j when her head struck the rear glass in the car. Mr. McEvoy suf- Laura Jean, 13, daughter of Mr. and operation for had an appendicitis at the fered bruises about the face, and both Kossuth hospital Friday. Doctor Minkel reports that her condition DOAN Mrs. Amos Angle attended a shower at Bancroft last wesk but his condition was not thought f°r three years, but in that time working on an Estherville packing j is excellent and that she will be serious till a day or two before his they have perfected a routine that Plant a year ago and has been' brought home this week Friday passing. He died of pneumonia j lifted them out of the rut of ordi- laici U P for nearly ever since, and and complications. His wife, with nary apts of the kind. A new stunt nas been under care of doctors Five Families to Gathering—• „„„„„, „,. ^aiiv^m the three sons and one daughter, i is their reckless whirls on a high constantly. Recently he fell back- 1 The Henry Johnsons, the John Mmidn'v In honor'"nf tt'nth liable. The table is four feet high ward off the porch at his home Petersons, the Arthur Pehrsons, j who was married to Mrs r7nk ? <I and a drop off would • np.i-tiHnlv here, and he has since been In con-' the Arthur Petersons. ar j --•- l wuu wus U1 «""eu 10 mis. uinK.s Vow Teacher is Elocled>- A, U. Anderson, of Fort Dodgfe, survives. and a drop off would • certainly llere ' alicl he has since been jn con-; the Arthur Petersons, and Albin | son E UKene Robison break a back or a leg. Yet, to these 'slant pain. Mr. Reutzel is a clar- \ Peterson were at Farnhamville Monday. this week daredevils the danger is just a inetist and flutist of professional' Sunday, attending a family reun- , ability. He studied these instru-'ion. has been elected to fill a vacan-, Part of the day's work, cy in the teaching staff caused by The Boleros offer a superior.ments as a youth in his native resignation of Maureen Doores. skating novelty, that is beautifully, country, Germany. His work in He is a graduate of the state un- costumed and presented with out-'the local municipal band has been iversity. The local schools will I standing showmanship. Their much missed this summer. open September 5, not on August | — 29. High school students are asked to be at the school house this LIVERMORE Swea t'ityan's Daughter Weds— Other Swea City. The Baptist Guild meets week Friday at the church with Mrs. Jenny McCrary, this Mrs. August Grendler spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres, returning Sunday to her home at Armstrong. Her • infant son, Frances Joseph, was i baptised, and sponsors were her iveek Thursday or Friday to register for classes. The book store will be open all day Friday, September 2, and next morning', but not on Saturday afternoon, when the teachers will hold a meeting there.. Iowa Falls while at home from the Louis French has been playing with the Peter Martin orchestra at fivo Reunions Are Held— A Cassem reunion was held at Fort Dodge Sunday, with 100 persons in attendance,' including the state university. 'He will return for his third year at Iowa City, and his mother, Mrs. Janet Ristau.owiU also go. They will have an apart- Diamond Huffman, and Mrs. W. 0. , m °ther and her m-other Adolph. Mrs. Harma Dailey, of Fairmont, Nelson entertaining. Bible study! Mr. and "Mrs. Grant Peconesky, has announced the marriage of j will be on "God's Greatest Sign, Glenville, Minn., spent last week her youngest daughter, Fern, to the Jew," and Crystal Sanders Tuesday afternoon with their Mark W., son of Mr. and Mrs. AVm. j will provide music. E. Smith, Jackson, Minn. The mar-j The Immanuel Lutheran Aid riage took place August 13, and held an ice cream social on the the couple are living at Fairmont, church lawn Saturday night, and a where Fern'has been employed for .good-sized crowd consumed ice several .years. Her father, the'cream, for which the Lutheran Peter Cassems, the Willis Ping- £ ent J* urlng the academic year, les, the William Lloyds, and Mr.! Mrs - R , istau "as rented'her pretty and Mrs. Merle Cassem, all of Led- i ^ Om 5j, lel ' e to Archie Wilson, and yard. A Lloyd reunion was held!the Wilson residence will probably at the Olson park, Fort Dodge, 'be occupied by a son. Sunday, 75 persons attending, in-1 . Improvements are going eluding the James, William, Warren Lloyds here. on at ' and the Joseph Copen home. A large porch in front is among the 'improvements. Mr. Copen is a carpenter and Is doing most of the Sunday 1'icnic at Resort— , The Frank, Max, Lou, and Paul| W< "* Nitz families, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph | ™ r - and Mr f• Clark, the Robert Weilers, Will-j latel , y received a box of genuine iam Long, Otto Lohge, Jean and maple candy from Saint Johns- Mar jorie Gable, and the Gus New- -° u }7' vt ;- sent 'by Mrs. Horace brouers drove to Interlaken park, Schwenck; who.is visiting there at „ , „ . . i. • nfir nflllETnTfir Mvc ATnavif^a /"lira*.- late George Dally, who lived in Eagle township many years, was killed in a fall from a windmill. women are locally famous. The Elmer Hoecks visited relatives and friends here and at Sen- All his four daughters attended the j eca last week. Elmer, who for- Swea City schools. Lela is thejmerly operated one of his father's wife of Samuel Heathershaw, of the Commercial hotel here. Ex-Swca Cityan is Speaker— A former Swea City girl, Helen Taft, missionary at a Methodist orphanage ,in Alaska, spoke before the local Methodist Aid last week Wednesday, and her talk was high- Henry Swanson ly interesting and instructive. Est"he> Circle members were hostesses", and Mrs. L. A. Haglund led devotions. Music was In charge" of Sunday for picnic dinner. Suffers a Knee Sprain- Wallace Slowinske stepped into a post hole in a posture last week Wednesday and sprained a knee. He is under care of a doctor. Other Ledyard News. George Hagge and his daughter Alice visited the John Fickens, Guckeen, Minn., Sunday, and from there went to Fairmont to visit the Carveys. Lloyd Hamm, Ceylon, and his family visited Lloyd's mother, Mrs. August Sprank, Saturday. Charles Hearst visited relatives at Thompson the same day. Mr. and Mrs. William Green, daughter Esther, and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse visited relatives at Hubbard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Sprout and a daughter visited relatives at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz enter-r tained at supper Friday evening Max, and Paul Niizes, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark, Jean Gable, Katherine Poppe, William Lange, Gus Neubauer, his children, and Janet and Louis Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. David Krampe, Baxter, daughter Beth, son Dale, spent the week-end at Herman Herzog's. Mrs. B. A. Storey and her new son were brought home from the General hospital, Algona, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wildon Wiese, St. Paul, visited the Albert Brands Sunday. The A. E. Andersons, ol Swea City, were .at the D. O. FrieJtfi home. Mrs. Friet is much better, but still not able to be up and arpund. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, Raaclifre, spent Sunday at L. W. Wiemer'e. Mrs. Ben Gesch was brought Friday from the General hospital, Algona, and is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Welfare. The Raymond Wilcoxes, Port Dodge, were visitor* Friday at Richard and Alfred Zlelske's. The Samuel Christophels, Grant, spent Sunday with the Albert Barnes family. . T . lona Berhow accompanied u A. Nitz to St. Paul last week Monday and Jackie Kemp, St, Paul, came here with them for a couple of weeks at the Berhow home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Chrie Gelhaus return ed Saturday evening from a week in Canada. They visited at Port Arthur and Winnipeg. Richard Berbaw took Wesley Berhow back to the latter'a home at Albert Lea last week Monday. Wesley had^ spent two weeks. with hie grandmother, . The Alfred Bu9ch family went to Cedar, Fall* Friday to briug home Arlene, daughter of Ernest Butfch, who bad finished summer school tb jobn Frandle drove to B'IW Earth Friday to meet Ms brother Senry, who had been at MQllack, Minn, looking after busines* to- ter BJl?' Clausen is spending a few weeks at her steter Mw, Alfred Krlmmeiweier's, before leaving to bad* beea at her .daughter Mrs. Amanda Overmyer's. HAVE YOU A ROOM TO RENT? Many will be needing rooms soon. Try an Advance For-Rent ad. Mrs. -Henrietta Goff. To Redecorate Church Parsonage— The Baptist'church had a quarterly business meeting last week Wednesday night, and it was voted to award a contract to Monford Peterson for redecoration of the farms in Seneca, is now in the hotel business at Le Mars. Orin Jennings, Chicago, and two cousins, the A. J. Martineks. Aline Martinek was a guest last week Tuesday night of Mrs. Edw. Hauptman, Corwith, returning next afternoon. Miss Martinek is a former Corwith teacher. Mrs. Olga Hott was hostess.. to the Aid last week Thursday, Mrs. .Zelma Larson assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Sindelar, Fort Atkinson, were last week Wednesday and Thursday guests at the latter's cousin A. J. Martinek's. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz enter- * As we- see it— DON'T BE DISCOUK- aged! We hare never seen a financial success that wasn't built on a foundation of disappointments and defeat. IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Deposits Insured Small Loans Up to $300 ON AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC* 'Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO (met to Upper Des Hoines office Phone US Algous, loir* SAFETY SAM SAYS daughter called at W. O. Nelson's, tained families in their threshing Saturday. Mr. Jennings is a commission livestock. dealer who formerly lived at Estherville. Gifford Smith, Thomas and Glenn Olson, and Bobby Berggren drove 'to Elbow Lake, Minn., for a season of fishing one day last week,- returning Saturday. Daisy Funderburk, former Swea run Friday evening, and served ice cream and cake. Harold Matttnek, with Dorothy Hauptman, Wesley, attended the wedding of Edward Malek and Eileen McCormick at the St. Boniface Catholic church, Garner, this week Tuesday morning. Dean Sparks epent last week City girl who Is now secretary to near Armstrong, plowing on a farm the pastor of a large Cincinnati, 0., church, visited her sister, Mrs. Er- viriTSnk, last week. Mrs. Rachel , Stockman spent from Saturday till Wednesday with her' daughter Dencil at Stillwater, Minn. ... to which he and his brother Howard will move';»ext March.: ..-. ;•.: 1.-. 'Mr. and Mrs 7 . Clarence Anderson left last week Monday to visit the former's parents in southern In- What may seem to he reasonable. to you may be highly dangerous to the other fellow. Govern your speed according to the locality and condition, of the road. - ... ,/>r Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek Phone 165. We know all about .motor ailments. If you're "having trouble, drlvc^arpuhd anoT's'ee us. '. WM, C. DAD, 6ARA6E South Dodg* SCHOOL OPENING at day. fius NeuJ»V*r, »» bll * rd ' *? v |f" iJreIRs here tW» iresk. »e y^Sffittt g"M* m *m*- BACK SCHOOL We know the answers to all your SCHOOL NEppS Save On All School Supplies Here ALL AMERICA TABLET SPECIALS NOTE B,OOK 3x6 (aches, smooth Ink paper, ruled, J90 pages— INK TABLET 6x8 inches, smooth i paper, M pages, pay 'serem! at „-„, • . COMPOSITION BOOK 3c 3c quality, sm>otkial( paper, tW pages — PENCILS loag lead peaces, eack — -----8 for You'll save on all your school supplies at the Bexall Drug Store, because we buy direct, and you save the difference. Come In to the James Drug Store first for quality and quantity for your money Extra Special LOOK! A REAL BARGAIN! for Geography or History. WORLD GLOBE 7»in. ball, lacquer finish Wf- fMn. ball, bronze _____$1.39 10^-iu. ball T __ r _$l.4» Economy Rotary Pencil Sharpener ___,_^^_^^ 5»c Genuine leather Kipper . portfolio _„,->_,_•;-_ Lunch kit equipped with 1-pt. vacuum bottle -$ Belmont Wax Crayon, fine quality, Smooth Wax, all colors Box of §"— ~r_ 9e of W^ , 5c Here are Item* You Will Need Scissors ^—— 10c Colored Pencil Compass lOc Erasers «,-,—, lc Protractors ... 5c PeneU Old Colony Paste ,„.:-_,_ 6c Rulers — lc Pen Points lc Pencil Sharpeners $e Old Colony Ink -5e Penholders —— 5e Ink Erasers 5e Also a big line of 5c, lOe Tablets, Coinposition Books, Loose Leaf " Fillers, Pencils, efc, Combination fountain Pea Automatic- PeneH Sets __.„ and 7« COMPOSITION BOOKS-TABLETS SPECIALS INK WRITING , ~- TABLET 5x8 inches, good quality, smooth paper, 9«0 pages INK WRITING TABLET 8x10 Inches, ruled, good quality paper. 110 pages , COMPOSITION BOO* 7c n ~ f V _ i*Uty i.k NOTE BOOK 4*i«7 tache* nJN, «oo« ^Bajity, m pages, for — r ----- —-• iffimHR m^^^^ ^^F l ^^^^^WB"^ ^ ^H^ . vHil^^ FWX UNE OF RURAL SCHOOL

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