Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1938 · Page 12
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PAGE Fotm KOSStfftt COWNtt APVA^CE , .„» f,. ,t fit **r! "' DIRECTORY Family Gatherings Held at Wesley arid Garne* LAWYERS SF. B. Quartern H. W. Mill*) QUABT05 & MELIEB Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 814 Algona, Iowa. J. L. DOSAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, low* BOILT7AN, McMAHON & LDTNA1I V. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahot L. E. Linnan Attorneye-at-Law Office In new County Mutual Bid* Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HABRIffGTOff & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* Phone 287 R. J. H. 44C E. J. YAJT NESS, fi,. W. STELLMAJ Lawyers Office in new Helse Block. Phone 213 Algona, lows O. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 68 Algona, Iowa L. A. WISTKEL Comnty Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 180 HIRAM: B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. • Phone 206 Algona, low* THE RICKES THESTUDERS IN REUNIONS Wesley, Aug. 23—A family reunion was held at Henry Ricke's Sunday, and attending were Mrs. Mary Hendricks, son William, two daughters; William Sherman and daughter Tillie, her husband and son, and August Sherman, all of Rast Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. John Lutize, Clarksville, son Raymond; the Edw. Keelens, a eon and his family, New Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ricke, Williams; the George Johnsons, Blairsburg; the Roy Rickes, Richard Ricke, a son, Mrs. Gus Ricke, two daughters, Mrs. Christina Engehing, and Mrs. George Engehing, all of Doan; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ricke, Fargo, (la.); Mr. .and Mrs. John Coon, Arthur Ricke, Mr: and Mrs. William Ricke, daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bondlecamp, all of Breda; the Lee Rickes, .Morgan, Minn.; Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Thissen, Algona, and a son; the George Rickes, St. Benedict; the William Rickes, Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz, and the Ray Rickes, Wesley. A Studer reunion was held at Louis Schleusner's, near Garner, Sunday, and attending from here were the Alf Studers, the Henry Saverlys, and the Edw. Cinks and )aby. Others attending were the tfax Studer,s and Larry Dalgetteys, Mason City; the Vincent Schleus- ners, Donald and Alfred Schleus- ler, all of Austin, Minn.; the Merle Handys, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Don Butz, Garner; Rosemary Schleusner and two friends, Des Moines. p. A. Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460- J; Res. 316 i« HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODOBE C. HUTCHISOB Attorneyo-at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. Phone 261 Algona, Iow» Phone 326 MAURICE C. McMAHOH Attorney-at-Law Office In Helse Bldg. Algona, Iowa DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 ; C. H. CBETZMEY.EB, M, D. • Surgeon and Physician' • Office John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 Xlgona low* MELTIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phones: Business, 166; Res., 788 Algona, Iowa GBO. D. WALBATH, D. D. $T General Dentistry Phone Algona, Iowa KABL B. HOFFMAN Dentist 'Office In New Helse Bldg. 'Phones: Office 44, res. 116. DB. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa . Hutchison Building. Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona *nones: Office, 475-W; Res., 476-R INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION $19,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company! Safe, secure.' D. D. Pax son, Secretary Here's When Spills Occur !teno s Off for Visits— •Dr. and Mrs. Albert Butler, Stev- ensport, Wis., stopped briefly at Albert Reno's Saturday, on their vay home from a trip in the west. Vlr. and Mrs. Reno, three daugh- ers, Mrs. Ernest Sheets, Mrs. Paul 'laherty, and Mrs. William Lyons eft .Tuesday by auto for Chicago nd other" Illinois and Indiana points. They were to be gone a veek or ten days. Mrs. Lyons had >een here a week, and she was to remain at her home at Chicago. Schoolmates in Get-Together— Callers at Tillie Loebig's Friday vere Prank Jackson, his daughter, VIrs. Arthur Craig, and her hus- )and. They were en route to their home at Rutland, 111., after a trip o Missouri to look after landed nterests. The Jacksons were neighbors and schoolmates of Mrs. ,oebig when she lived In Illinois. Two Girls Will Teach— Cecelia Eisenbacher, who has jeen employed at Mike Matern's a year and a half, will leave soon for a week at Oelweln, Alta Vista, and other points before beginning work as teacher September 5 in Dist. No. 3 in Pralri'e township. Ruth Mary Slsenbacher will teach In No. 9, 'ralrle. Two Families Go Touring— Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, daughter Mildred, and son Howard eft last week Thursday for two. weeks in northern Minnesota and Canada. The Lester Larsons left 'or Muskegan, Mich., for two' weeks with Mrs. Larson's people. Food Shower for Sisters— A good-sized number of women attended a food shower for the Sisters in the basement of St. Joseph's church Sunday. The Catholic Daughters are -sponsoring a public card party in the basement Sanday evening, September 4. Arndorfers Visiting in S. D.— Mr. and Mre. John Arndorfer, daughter Lorraine, and son Arthur eft Monday for a vacation trip to '•forth and South Dakota. At Big Stone, S. D., they were to visit frank Matheis, who has been bedfast for some time. One lap to go is the signal of the starter's flag and the. riders bend low over their machines for the 'inal mad dash that may bring victory or defeat. In the accompanying picture Is 'Shown a fast field of professional riders in a championship feature of the 1935 Minnesota State Fair. Riders in the picture who will appear at the Kossuth County Fair in Algona Friday afternoon, September 9, are "Farmer Joe" Nims, 'Rusty" Fielding, "Little Bill" Armstrong and. Jim Skinner. Hot competition will be plentiful when these speed kings vie witli each other for cash prizes and championship trophies. ' LONE ROCK LOCALS The losers in an attendance contest in the local Legion' 'AuxfT- ary entertained the winners at a party at Mrs. E. M. Jensen's las* week Wednesday. 'Miwind Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove' to Ames last week Wednesday to- oin the Harley Shellitos Thursday in a trip to Chicago to visit he Angus Cottons and bring home Shellito, who was visiting :here. Mrs. Frank Macumber, Mr. and' tfrs. L. T. Jackson, Louisville; Ky., and the Clarence Macumbers, Algona spent Sunday at Waterloo with Frank Macumber. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt; LOANS AND INSURANCE MUBTAGH & SON Farm Loans Beal Estate Insurance and Bonds Hutchison Building. Phone 105 Tour Money's Worth in BEAL ESTATE, BEAL ESTATE LOANS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HEBBST Office over la. State Bk. Phone 93 Algona, Iowa See D. D. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goods, and Automobile Insurance Do not neglect your policy for often loss occurs when insurance lapses. Stork Visits Angle Home- Mr, and Mrs. Clayton Angle are parents of a Doy, born Friday at the Kossuth hospital. There are now five girls and a boy in the family. Methodists in Quarterly Meet— A congregational dinner was served at the Methodist church Sunday, followed by quarterly conference. Dr. W. G. Muhleman was speaker. Wesley Home is Insulated— Alf Studer has had the attic of his house insulated by the Cowan insulators from Algona. Other Wesley News. Charles Kraus and his son Charles Jr, left Monday for a few .ay of fishing at Rapidan, Minn Dorothy Kraus went to Des Moines aturday to visit Evia Engles, former schoolmate, who is a dietician n a hospital there. The girls left here for an auto trip to Dubuque and Maquoketa. The rest of the Kraus family visited the John Andersons 'at Clear Lake Sunday. Ida Young left Friday with her aunt, Mrs. Bruce Cox, and the lat er's two children for .the Cox KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded in 1901. Entered as Second - Clae Matter December 31, 1908, at th Poatoffice at Algona, Iowa, Unde the Act of March 2, 1879. BLANK NOTES 85— In Pad— 25c — Also— * Ctottel Mtg. Notei Pub, GO. "' »M»MMM«( M M M daughter Evelyn, and Leonard Warner, Burt, were Saturday supper guests at Lyle Marlow's. .. ; Arthur Sprank ie suffering fronv an infection in one foot. Arthur and Arline Larson and :he Selmar Larsons, of Decorah, brought Merton Larson here last week Tuesday to attend school, and all were guests ' at Arthur Priebe's, all but Merton going back Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kruse, Monona, Gladys Larson and Everett Gavle, Decorah, came to visit the Priebes till Monday. The Emil Krafts spent last week Wednesday at Emmetsburg, where they were supper guests at the Henry Schultz home. Elva Ewoldt and Jessie Smith, Algona, spent Sunday at Karl Ewoldt's. Mrs. Rudolph Peters and daugh- ers spent Sunday afternoon at Frank Tietz's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs.' Carl Wolfe, Glendale, Calif., vere Saturday visitors at Calvin •Touseholder's, and attended a Wolfe reunion at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz and Charles Zollef left Friday for ar -Rapids, Waterloo, Chicago, and Milwaukee. They were to vls- t the Roscoe Schultzes at Milwau- cee and attend the Wisconsin state air. Beulah Gladstone, who had spent •nost of the summer at D. G. Jeatty's, Oakland, Calif., got home Saturday. , 'Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger en- ertained at 6 p. m. dinner last veek Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. L. ['. Jackson, Louisville, Ky., and' *tr. and Mrs.' Chester Aline. Mrs. Dora Laabs and her family spent Sunday at Leland Hantelman's, Fenton. Laurena Laabs at- .ended a Voight reunion at West Bend. Leona Schiltz, Bancroft, spent last week Thursday with- Catherine Stebritz. The Ora Hurlburts, with Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and her children, were Sunday "afternoon guests- at. Everett Richardson's, Algona. Last week Wednesday supper guests at Al'ex Radig's were Elsie Major, of Chicago, Mrs. Herman Leudtke and Mrs;. Herman Krause, Fenton, and Mrs.. Dors Laabs. The James Longs spent! the week-end at Mrs. Mary Zimmerman's, Charles City. iCla'rence Kraft, employed at the Ralph' Priebe's, Bancroft, spent the^ week-end at the parental Emil Krafts'. •Mii: anxf Mrs. Merwin Marlow drove to Li'vernwre Monday evening- to get their son Merrill, who had 1 been' visiting at the Frank Cbllihs; fiotmy tthwre. •Mr;, antf Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, of Estherville, and S&eir daughters, weren Friday evening callers at P. M: Cnristen-son-'s, and Sunday callers there were 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. F." Krueger; Fairmont, daughter Margaret; Supervisor . and ; Mrs. Charles Morris, Marieta Christenson; R; N"., PuebToy Colo., arrived Saturday for a few weeks at the parental' home;. ••••Neyton- Heiter; Lfvermore, and Harriett Raney;. Al'gona,. were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at W." C.' Heiter's: Evelyn Radig has returned' to- Des Moines, where she attend^ the A,. E, R. co-1'Iegc. Mr: and! Mrs: Howaml Blanchard, who had' spent most of the summer at Edw, Blanchard's, Irvington, were' last weeit "Wednesday to Sunday gueBts^atBtE.Blanchard's. They drove to> Clarion! Sunday to be guests of Mrs. Blanchard'e mother, a Mrs. Fobes, and thence wereno go^ to- DBa Moines for another vifeit befbre Mr; Blanchard resumes. teaching; there. The' Andrew Thoinsens spent Sunday att Storm' Lake with Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Parsons. Verdabelle Thomson is spending this week with Her grandpa-rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stall', Ames. Wilemiha' Bowers, Rock Rapids, came Friday for ji few weeks with June- Bierl'e-,, Viola' and June Bierle and Grace- Newbrongh drove to TRY THIS ONCE! CORWITH FARM BOY ATTACKED BY BULL Corw/tfi, Aug. 23^->Kermlt f son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, north of Corwtth, suffered serious Injurjes last week Tuesday, when he was attacked by a crazed bull. Hermit and lifs father were cutting weeds along the pasture fence when the animal charged at Kermit, caught him lit the backhand threw him over the woven wire fence. The youth was taken home. Doctor Walley was at first unable to determine the extent of the Injuries, but when x-ray pictures were taken he discovered two breaks in the spine, and Kermit was token to Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he was put Into a cast. It will be necessary for Kermit to remain at the, hospital six or eight weeks, and he will hare to wear the cast at least two months after being brought home. . The animal that attacked Kerntft dTerf the evening of the. same*, day. It fs believed he had been struck by lightning in an electrical 3toTm> on the preceding Sunday night. &8g&4&r You Are Invited to Attend Plowing Demknstra August p, m , 1 at the Chester L. Bailey farm 2 Alsrona on Highway 169 SEETHE3EFARMALLSAN PLOWS IN ACTION If You Want to Firm Make Money, Farm McCormick-Deering FA SEXTON T n ThrceS 1-12, F-8 ,,. Lower ProducUojl If ft Isn't ;o :McCormiek-DeeHng, h "Handy Hank" Sommers demon- stratesa»blb of his- incomparable skill and inimitable sense of equilibrium for- a newspaper photographer. Hank is one- of the stars of the "Suicide CIW who will exhibit th'eitv daredevil demonstrations in front of the* grandstand at the Kossuth' County Fair in Al- gOna oniWJday afternoon, September 9th.\ Ab th» tiihte this photo •Mr. and 1 Mrs. Herman Wise spent' Sunday with Mrs. Wise's parents, Mr, antf Mrs. John Voss, near Lu Verne;. f The Rev. W. G. Muhleman gave the morning sermon here Sunday. There was a good-sized attendance. Mr. and' Mrs. A. L, Greenfield, with the" • daughter Edith, spent Sunday at the Floyd Richards home, northwest of Blue Earth, where a family reunion was held in honor-of Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Richards, Dana, 111., who had spent a week with relatives here and at Algona, Lone ' Rock, and Blue Earth': Otters at the reunion were the Myrle O, Richards family, Lone Rock", Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, and' Mr; and Mrs. Donald Hunnicut, Bllrer Earth. A cafeteria dinner was served to 18 persons. Rex Taylor arVd Wilbur Steven drove to Wfiiterset Monday to visit relatives of" WiTbnr, and were thence to bo 'to Humeston and Chariton to visit .relatives of Rex.- They will be gone all week. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and her daughter Edith were dinner guests last week Tuesday at the Myrle Richards home,. ne»r Lone Rock, and other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Richards, Dana, 111., and the men's mother, Mrs. Elize Richards, Algonai. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nearing spent Monday afternoon' at Britt, attending Hobo day., The Henry Phillips family, Algona, spent SUnday with Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, and Sarah Nell' Phillips remained here for the week with her grandmother. Mrs. Archie Berger, Burt, was also a guest of her mother, Mrs. Wise. CHOOSE STOKEP M — . was snipped' th» raveling 40 milto f the fact a spwd lenae makes him appear to be standing still. Emmetsburg to meet her. Mies Bowers antf June will go this weekend- to Rock Rapids. June few days with Mrs. Mullin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins. The Frank Fox family drove to Zelma, Mo., one day last week and left the daughter Louise there to attend school. They were to vi'stt relatives there a week. Mary Eihlers, of the Benton Cafe, left one day last week with her uncle, Fritz Gerdes, Woden, for a week with her parents at Hettinger, S. D. Edw. Drummer and Edw. Weig drove to Marshalltown last week Wednesday to visit the former's parents, brother Joseph, and the latter's family. Mr. and Mrs. James McWJlliams, : St. Louis, and four children have gone home, after a week here at Tom Forburger's. The men are cousins. The Elmer Hutchisons, of Iowa home at Princeton, Ind. Miss Falls, spent a few days last week Young is visiting there for a few weeks. Mrs. Cox and the children had visited Mrs. Cox's sister, Mrs. Oliver Young, a week. with Elmer's mother, Mrs. William Hutchison, and at hla brother Ernest's. The Herman Lyons family, Al- will shortly resume teaching near therei. Mr. and' Mrs. John Seifert, Mrs. CHarlfes Bftiev and Carl Seifert, all of Mowequa, HI., with Dorothy and Neva Noble, of demons, came last week- Thursday to visit the Frank Flaigs-, Mrs. Caroline Ackarman, and' the Ji'm Ackarmans. They were Friday supper guests of the Frank FTafgs, and Mrs. Caroline- Acfcarman was also a guest there. The visitors were Saturday dinnei guests of the Jim Ackarmans. The Flaigs, the Ackarmans, and the guesfcs spent Friday afternoon the Grotto, West Bend. Grace Newbrough . is spending this week at Edw. Blanchard's; Ir- vfngton. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Roberts,. Moravia, son Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Roberts, Des Moines, and the Roberts daughter Rita Joyc*. were week-end guests at Harry Hobson's. Dorothy Hobson had a tonsillec tomy one day this week at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. McGinnis re turned Friday to their home a Reddick, 111., after a visU at Hug; Walsh's. Marjorie Walsh is guest this week at Mrs. Mae Lat timer's, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Burt, Arm strong, were callers here Saturda evening. The P. J. Persons' were I Sunday guests at K. 0. Knudsen's, | Bode. Mrs. I. W. Nelson accompanied tta BStcojr,, AMfeana,. to Amboy, Minn., Momtoy to get their'moth- r,jMra.,H. J.. Bacoa, who"* had een vifeiting;' > another daughter, ilrs. Jesse' RohettStein. A Rickety ueanien was held at he Ambrose A. Call state park unday and from here attending were> the- H 1 .. T» Dehnar, and Har- Id Angus families, Mr. and Mrs. ^awrence' Bifctaner, and Mr. and TMra.-Gear.gp> Claw. Walter, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Jacnbsen, Humboldt, is spending' this week with his ;randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willam Nelsoai. The fftien: Genriches . drove to owrie- Sunday, and Lucille re- daredevil .was hour in spite FOR SALE^lTsed McCormick- Deering verticle- type corn binder With conveyor bundle carrier and tongue truck—McCormick-Deering Store. 34 FOR SALE-— McCormick-Deering 0 - 4 manure sreade — , , McCormick-D&erfng Store. 34 FOR SALE-Grand Detour 2- bottom lesihch tractor plow, used —McCormick-Oeering Store. 34 FOR SMiEi-One John Deero bottom 14Mht* tractor plow/used —McCormick-Deering Store. 34 FOR STAEiB-One McCormick- DeerinsT S^bottom 14-inch tractor Plow, used".—HfcCormick-Deering Store. 34 oome&Tic • Distinctive in design— -nnequaled in efl safe and dependable— that's the WINKLERS ( Shear pin elimination,, Automatic air control,! cer-plan transmission, ace some of the - ' ' tWinkler features. Come in and see tl economical' Automatic Goal Burner. • WINKLER builds a complete line of coal-b • ing units covering the requi rements of both < tic and commercial fields; Performance recotdiij both the big commercial stoker and the sue domestic models show them to be trouble-free and extremely economical in operation. Let ~bur representative, help 1 yon solve that heating problem. " caiwnencii UJIHHLER P LIPE OF 5TO POINTING Never Come Beck uained there to visit Dorothy Walker till Thursday, after which she. will! ey's, till Sunday at Aria Wad- Early. Misses Walker and Wadsley are teachers here. The 3enriches visited the W. D. and F. L: Haucks at Humboldt on the way beck Sunday. The Ernest Otto Haacks, Graettinger, visited Monday at Fred Haack'e. A. Schmidt threshermen's picnic was held Saturday, the Ben and Leo, Schmidts, the Fred Haacks-, the Harold Cushmans, the Milfred Mitchells, the Harris WadawortJJs, and the R. Brownings attending. Ih* Brownings gave an invitation barn dance last week Wednesday evening to initiate m barn. BUYER MEETS Cri I rn IN JLR AD O C. L_ L. L, l\ cc\jvNi William Sherman, his daughter, | gona, visited at Edw. Hildman's he latter's husband, and Gus Sunday, and callers there were the Sherman, all of East Dubuque, Henry Eischeids, Algona. came Friday to visit C. J. Sher- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman en- man', brother of William and Gus, | tertained as Sunday dinner guests the Frank Conleys, Livermore, and Mrs. Kate Kennedy. The Tom Forburgers were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Forburger's sister, Mrs. William Houdek's, Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan and the Clarence Donovans visited the P. E. Walkers, Schaller, Saturday. and other relatives. The .visitors attended a Ricke reunion Sunday. Mrs. Leo Reno, Ledyard, and two children came Sunday to visit relatives here a week. The daughter Carol Darlene went to Britt for a few days at Donald Melehey's. Robert Kirkpatrlck spent a- few days last week with the Renos. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dusold, Clear Lake, visited, the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richter, Sunday. The Adolph Killians, Farnhamville, visited the John Killians Monday. The -Vee Mullius left Sunday to attend a reunion of Mrs. Mullln's relatives at Gofflacii'-'BjtujKsj ; §»4 there, went tgi QJBftfea for ft Lake. The J. T. Meurers drove to Whittemore Sunday to visit J. T.'s mother, Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr. Mr. and Mre. Ray Taylor, Fort Wayae, Ind,, cawe Suaday for .a week with friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Hauptly left Fridey for a week', at GOING AWAY? liilllllll"»w*"— DTI S~~£"* V! cO:? Then you will want a "Travelers" personal accident ticket— 25c per day-^lO day» Be sure you are equipped with our IfptQ.? Road Service — Automobile insurance with our Agency includes carefree motpring. Enjoy your trip and drive with safety and protection. Full Map service awd-touriets' guide for the ask' The Algoua Insurance Agency •5? TIME PENCILS WW an all • Text Books A lull line for Algona gr»de and lil(?h school ute. Come IB, we wW Uelp yo ¥ , Tablets, Note Book* lers from to and 25c WWW*, •u

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