Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1938
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6, 1938. iSHIESS URtCTORY Office 42t, rertdenc* 814 Algona, low*. j. I. BOHAB Attorney-at-Law ,fowft State Bank Bldg. 460-W. Algona, , McMAHOK ft LOTNAR ulllvan 8/B. Mcllaho. L. B. Itonan AttorneyB-at-Law in new County Mutual Bid* |. Office, 261. Algona, Iowa ft LOWE Attorneya-at-Law SE99, 0. W. STtttMAB Lawyers ice In new Helse Block. 213 Algona, low* kOSSUTH COUfotft . M/J6NA, IOWA Corwith Youth Is Seriously Injured in Accident PELVIC BONES CRUSHED BY A POWER SHOVEL Corwith, Oct. .|—-Bud," son or Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wermersen, suffered a serious accident last week Thursday morning. He was in the employ of a paving company at work at Kaimwha and stepped under a steam shovel weighing several tons just as it was being lowered. The shovel pinned him to the ground. "Bud" was taken at once to a Bancroft hospital, where it was discovered that his pelvic hones were crushed and he had suffered internal injuries. It was considered doubtful at first whether ho would live, but at latest reports, his condition was fair. It is reported that he will have to bo in a cast six months and for three months will have to lie on his aide. Youth Whom Bull Gored Home Agaifi Coi'wilh, Oct. 4—Kermlt Johnson was brought home last week Thursday from the Mason City hospital, where he had spent two months. He suffered a broken! back when a bull attacked him and throw him over a fence. Three broken vertebrae were discovered. Ho still wears a cast and will of Mr . and Mrs . p. F . Mueller, was have to remain in bed for some taken b surprlse Sunda y even- time yet, but hopes to eat his lng wh / n £rlenda came FENTON YOUTH 17, AND PARTY MARKS EVENT Fenton, Oct. 4—Everett, ,son of Thanksgiving dinner at the table with the rest of the family. UNION Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl for dinner Sunday. The Glen Jenkinsons were at the Gene Hofius home, near Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Aalfs, Sioux City, at Chester Bailey's; Mr. and Mrs. William Ethering'ton, Cloye Zentner, Winnebago, Minn., and Mae Elherington, at the senior Etherington home; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison Building. Algona, low* L. A. WUfKEL Comnty Attorney. Attorneyj-at-Lmw Hutchison Building. Phone 180 brate his 17th birthday. to cele- The evening was spent at Bunco, and prizes went to Ruth Kabelitz and Ervin Borchardt, high, low to George Peril and Esther Kading. Others attending: Duane Widdel, John Schmidt, Lucille Meyer, Sarah Burwash, Mary Jane Eigler, Laura Boettcher, Ruth Mae Kyhl, Mary Ann Bohn, Faith Finnestad, Donald Bergeson, Gustave Bierstedt, Luella Mueller, Victor Struecker, Dorothy Mueller, Delton Krause, Valerian Jentz, Howard Schulte, Gladys Krause and Edwin Uthof. Everett was presented with gifts. Lunch was ed Sunday at Mrs. Osborn's daughter Mrs. William Brown's, near Armstrong, and other guests were the Clarence and Earl Osborns, of Seneca, and Mrs. Jennie Jenson, Ringsted. The Alvin Zumachs and Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield returned last week Thursday from a week with relatives at Ladysmith, Wis., Alvin and John tried their luck at fishing, but so far no stories have been heard here. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller entertained Mr. and Mra. Frank Saul, Watertown, S. D., Sunday. At Reinbeck the visitors attended the funeral of Mr. Saul's father, Geo. Saul. Frank is a cousin of Mrs. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Weisbrod returned Sunday evening from Ida Grove, where they had been since Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. Ernest Veaux. The Lowell Rineharts, of Pilot Mound, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens. Vernon, son of the Walter Ohms was sick most of the last week with the flu. Kossuth Lad Joins the 'Leathernecks' Portland Twp., Oct. 4—Ralph, son of Mr. and Mra. Clyde Bristow, has joined the marines. He left for San Pedro. Calif., Monday. He was first called to Kansas City for final tests, and on passing was sent on from there. their baby daughter Charlotte Ann, spent Sunday at the John Voss home, near Ltt Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Voss went to Waterloo to attend the Dairy Cattle Congress and called on their daughter Delorie, freshman at the Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield entertained 15 at dinner Sunday: the W. E. Traffords, Garner; the Clem Cunninghams; Irvington. Both families formerly lived here. The Robert Hardcopfs, Lu Verne, were afternoon guests. Mrs. Hardcopf is a niece of Mr. Greenfield. Catherine Kirschbaum was PAGE FIVE brought home Sunday front; Kossuth hospital, where she been a patient three' weeks. Mrs. Sarah Wise and her daughter Mrs. Drusie Noble we're Sunday dinner gUests of Mrs. Nobla's daughter, Mrs. Martin Hinders, of near Woden. The Dale Thompsons had dinner at Clarence Atchteon'e, near Stilson. The Harvey Stevens were at Loyd Steven's, near Mapleton, Minn. There were no church services here Sunday. The minister was at Sac City, attending the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference. HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. 200 Algona, Io«r» P. A. DAHSOH Attorney-at-Law , i over Iowa State. Bank en: Office, 460-J; Res. 816 OHISOff (deceased) (DONALD c. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attoraeyo-at-Law (Security State Bank Bldg. 251 Algona, low* KiURICE C. McMAHOB Attorney-at-Law Office in Helse Bldg. 325 Algona, low* DOCTORS JOHN IT. KElfEFICK Physician 'and Surgeon over Hexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 H. CHETZMEYER, M. D. Burgeon and Physician [ice John Galbralth Block Phones 444-310 low* HELTIN 0. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist in New Call Theatre Bldg. Business, 166; Res.. 788 Algona, Iowa , DIt. C, D. 8CHAAP '" Dentist Algona, Iowa Hutchison Building. I Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. KARL H. HOFFMAN Dentist . Office in New Heise- Bldg. [Phones: Office 44, res. 116. Forest Citjnns 25 \wirs Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Riggle, of West Forest City, celebrated their silver wedding on September 24. Dinner was served to 50 relatives, and the coupe received fine gifts. Relatives attending from Corwith were Mr. Riggle's mother, Mrs. Jacob Riggle, and his sisters, brothers, and families, to-wit, the George liiggles, the Robert Sut- cllffs, John Riggle, the Charles Riggles, Raymond and Mary Lou Riggle, and Joyce Dunlap. The Crystal, Lake Legion post sponsored a dance in honor of the couple the same evening at the Legion hall, and the honorees were presented with a purse there. Cafe to New Location— The 0. K. Lunch, which had for some years been housed in a rear room of the People's State bank building, has been moved to the Lewis Larson building on main street, which had been vacant since the Isaacson general store moved out more than a year ago New booths have been built, and the front room equipment has been arranged in a neat, attractive manner. Living rooms have been prepared at the rear. Eva and Roy Fisher operate the cafe They had to move because the bank building had been bought for a town hall. Taylor, at the Stephenson home at ler. the Okobojls. served by the hostess, Viola Muel- Bernard Bode has after having worked come home, since March at John Weydert's, south of Algona. He will now help lite father pick corn. Mrs. Geo. W. Boevers spent from last week Wednesday till Saturday at Mason City, overseeing painting Fenton Woman's Mother Ill- Violet Larson, Decorah, attending Hamilton's business college, Mason City, spent the week?end at Arthur' Prlebe's, Lone Rock, and Ray Priebe's here. She is a sister of the women. The Walter Weis- brods spent Saturday at Algona DOAN and improvements at the former with Mrs. Weisbrod's mother, Mrs. Boevers home there. George Mahoney has for two months been painting the house, }arn, and outbuildings at the ilicker Bros. farm. Mrs. • Frank i Hof ius has • been • having an infection of the jawbone. She had three double teeth -.extracted Monday. Mrs. Chester Bailey came home Sunday from a week with her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Aalfs, of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Aalfs brought her. Many of Union's young folks attending a wedding dance given by J. C. Kresensky, who had been abed two weeks. Druggist Here Loses Brother- Druggist and Mrs. Frank Eigler with the daughter Mary Jane, attended the funeral of Mr. Eigler's brother Joseph, 83, at Defiance, Friday. ' FENTOJS NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Mrs. Stoeber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, Swea City, were Sunday gueets at Mrs. Stoeber's brother Clifford Ander- SEXTON The W. C. Taylors spent Sunday at Gilmore City, guests of the Ferris Johnsons. "Mitch" Taylor returned Sunday from Waterloo, where he spent the week-end at the Dairy Cattle Congress. He entered his 4-H club heifer, which placed tenth, and he won first on cleanliness of barn. Mrs. Fred Nearing and her children spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave, Britt. 'Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, with Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Mittag at son's at Williams. Mr. and Mra. the I. 0. 0. P. hall at Algona Monday night. Mr. Mittag has leased the land on the George Kohl farm. Mrs. Ben Gould visited her daughter, Mrs. Keith Strayer, at the Kossuth hospital Sunday and made the acquaintance of a -lew granddaughter, weight seven pounds, born Saturday, the third granddaughter among the Gould grandchildren. Mrs. Strayer was Student Council for II. S.— The high school has organized a student council, the first regular meeting to be held sometime this week. Members are: Vldal Bonnstetter, freshman; Alfred Halligan, sophomore; Leona Thompson, junior; Milo Risvold, senior; representative - at - large, Wendell Woodbury; boys' athletics, Byron Severns; girls' athletics, Joanette Woods; band, Richard Johnson; Oxley; music, forensics, Harriet Gayle Thompson. Mrs. Merrlam's Father 81— •The Harry Merriarns and Capitola Gould. The Ben Bertels, Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Long attended a family dinner Sunday at the Harvey Stephens home, Wesley, in honor of Mrs. Merriam's father's 84th birthday. Mr. Stevens is in good health and is active at outdoor work. Play Practice Is HefeTin— The local Junior class has started practice on a class play, Hobgoblin House, a three-act comedy- mystery to be presented at the Merchants Theater the evenings of October 27-29, under direction of Gertrude Hurley and Esther Smith. Hiller Off for Conference— The Rev. Dr. Hiller left for the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference at Sac City last week Mon- Mo., have been visiting their cousins, the Harry and Louis Bodes. They were at the Louis Bode place Monday. The Geo. Winkels, Whittemore, visited at Mame Winkel's Sunday, and George was sponsor for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fern Drone, baptised by Father Mallinger at Algona. Isabelle Kain was the other sponsor. Mrs. Drone was Anna Kain,. and the Drones once resided in Union. They have one other child, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. William Ether'ing- ton Jr., of Sully, and their daughter Marilyn Louise came Friday for a week at William Etherington's Sr. Mrs. William Etheving- ton was Miss Taylor. Woman's Ann is Broken. Whittemore, Oct. 4—Mrs. Emil Thilges, near West Bend, fell from a load of hay Saturday and suffered a broken arm. 'She was formerly- Emma Gengler and is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gengler here. day via Des Moines Hiller took a train where Mrs. for Kansas A. J. EASOJf Dentist over James'Drug Store. Office, 59; residence, 859 VETERINARIANS L nr VIAV • «• ITUJL J. B. WIHKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona "' Office, 475-W; Reg., 476-R INSURANCE WS8UTH COUHTY MUTUAL ASSOCIATION »,000 worth of inauraiMse In A home company, Sate, se- D. D. Paxson, Secretary ANJX INSURANCE MUftTAGH * SON Loans Real Estate Insurance and* Bonds Hutchison Building- Phone }05 Money'g Worth in Eil ESTATE, BE.AI ESTATE tn AN8, AND INSURANCE JOEL M, HERBST o>cr la. 8Ute Bk, Phone 93 < Iow» ». D. JMX8QH Town Dwelling, Household % and Automobile insurance. not neglect your PpUpjr lor ot- ""•" occurs' when insurance City for two weeks with a daughter. H. S. Nine Wins and Loses— The high school ball nine lost one game and won another last week. So far the boys have won one other game. Last week Tuesday they defeated Vernon, but lost to Wesley Wednesday. Shower Given at Stilson— Sivty-five relatives and menus attended a miscellaneous shower at the Stilson U. B. church Saturday for Dorothy Gruenwald, who is soon to be married to Seward Holmes, Boone. __ No School for a Day- There was no school last week Tuesday, due to teachers' meetings, one for high school teachers at Britt, another for grade teachers at Algona. Workman's Back is Wrenched— Albert Busse suffered a wrenched back one day last week while at work at Davld__Johnson s. Other Corwith. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Steigerwalt,' of Nevada, were Sunday visitors at David Johnson's. Mrs. £.. M. Bonnstetter and Mrs. R. &• Bonnstetter were at Algona Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. M. Geiht visited relatives and IT endsi at Mallard from Saturday till Mon- da B~onnie Jean Barracks taking Zf.ffSSJ&'R mothers, Mrs. Josephine Walley came home with them. The Fail-view Aid Circle mei with Mrs. H. 0. Chambers last week Wednesday, all members bu one attending. A new name was added to the membership—Mrs Waif Waltman. J. A. Buser and the Henry Naylors, all of Warren, 111., were weekenders at Fay Scace's. A Mrs. Frank Hicks, Omaha, and their son Newton came Friday to visit Mrs. Hick's sister, Mrs. Frank Eigler, The Hicks family and the Eiglera were entertained" at dinner Friday evening at Paul Eigler's. Paul and Derwood Eigler and Newt.on Hicks attended the Minnesota- Nebraska football game at. Minn- apolis Saturday. Sidona Blerstedt, her brothers Wilfred and Hilbert, and Eunice Fohnson spent Sunday with the lev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer at Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Um- stedt, Fairmont, spent Friday and Saturday at the latter's brother H. C. Lindsey's. The Eugene Pearsons and Eulah Mae Sharp, Algona, were Sunday callers at John Arbogast's, and Mrs. John Dempsey accompanied them to Ringsted where all were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.. Earnhardt, Graettinger, spent several days last week at John Arbogast's. The William Bleichs, Burt, wave Sunday, afternoon callers at Mrs. Paul Hawkins took James and Fred Asa and L. E. Krantz to Waterloo Saturday, and all returned Sunday night. 'They attended the Dairy Cattle Congress. L. A. Boleneus went down last week Wednesday, returning Friday, when Robert and Mrs. Boleneus went after him. Mr. and Mrs. August Scholes, of Blue Earth, spent Sunday at the home of their cousin, Jerome Hawkins, and on Monday Mr., and Mrs. Scholes accompanied Mr .'arid Mrs. Hawkins to Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jr. Martinek drove to Pocahontas Sunday and spent the day there. 'Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mechler, Titonka, and the eon Douglas spent Sunday afternoon at A. J. Martinek's. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks, son Darrel, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dimond, the last-named couple of Britt, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond. * As we see it— LOOK OUT FOR THE proposition that offers from, 10 to 50 per cent ,profJt.,.We'H be glad to get information for yon from reliable sources. IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Deposits Insured &•••••••••••*•••••••••••••••••••••••« MT11 FOOTBALL I FIRST HIGH SCHOOL HOME GAME • Herman Bohn's, F. Ralph Riedel's, and H. Bohn's, Mrs. Amelia Leudtke's. Mrs. Bleich is a sister- in-law of Mrs. Herman Bohn and an aunt of F. H. and Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield, of Armstrong, and Mr; and Mrs. August Zumach, Ro'lfe, were entertained Sunday at Alvin Zumach's. The O. H. Stoebers were entertained at Leonard Maddens, near Armstrong, Saturday evening. Mrs. Joe Madden vsilted at Armstrong Monday. The O. J. Ranneys visited from last week Wednesday till Friday at O. J.'s brother Frank's at Huron, S. D. Sunday dinner guests at Herman Gade's were Mrs. Carrie Haase, Algona, daughter Pearl, son Gail, Earl Haase, Bancroft, Clifford Haase and Jens Norda'hl, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace entertained at dinner Sunday the Maurice Wallaces, Earl Wallace, FIRST FALL DEBUT Algona vs Spencer High School Athletic Field—8 p. m. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 Admission 35c and 25c Support Your Team INo need for alabbit's foot when yo« [step forth in ihis charming dress, Jbrjt carries its own good, luck with it every active day. Styled in the impeccable"KAY~DUNHILL, traditioVUie' Charm Frock is buttoned up with fetching little metal gad: 'gets such as you will dangle on your own charm bracelet. c The KAY DUNH1LL Charm frock is Man Tailored in l\a> mosa a Spun Rayon and Wool Fabric and in Cynara rayon crepiv . . , *•»<: «• - ->, : ,»i-i . <' Colors: Spruce Green, Teal Bjue, Vmtage, Black We give S. & H. Green Stamps OTH COUNTY ADYAHCB J y Newspaper founded to • Entered as Second «• Clae» «r December ?1, 1999, *t th« at Algona, Jowa, U ct of March 2, 1979. Elizabeth Oxley, attending Ss. Ihe A I B, DVs Moin^ is apend- ng a short-vacation with her par- e ^Sd a Mrsnib J e^Jo X £on panied the Rockwell City WANT AD W Sunday at few days at ner sister iwra. uia- i Patterson's. Mrs. Charles Erickson, daugh- 3r Burlette, Mrs. Harvey Enfield, nd Mrs. Sherman Page attended county Auxiliary meeting at :iemme last week Tueeday. Jack and "Bill" Gourley spent ist week Thursday and Friday at le parental liome at Mason City nd helped their father repair uildings. A general Methodist Aid meet- ug will be held at the church this reek Wednesday. Supper will be erved by the Pairview circle. The Fern Hulings were enter- ained at Sunday dinner a/t Mrs. luling's sister, Mrs. Louis Low- aan'6, Algona. The local Legion Auxiliary unit vlll observe the last Sunday in September as Gold Star mothers' lay. •- . •H P Wolf left Tuesday for Jake Porte City to resume work vith a construction company. Edw. Chambers had a tonsillec- omy at the General hospital, Alrona, a week ago Saturday. The Woman's club met last weak luesday at Mrs Louise Gaskiirs. Verle Long entertained the Boys Calf club Friday evening. Emil Goetz, La Salle, 111., spent last week at Cooney's. E. J. Widen te serving on the ury at Algona. Safety First ces, Forest City. Afternoon caii- rs were Mr. and Mrs. Thsodore Veisbrod and the Weisbrod graud- on, Billie Mitchell. Myrna Wallice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallaces, remained for a urther visit. Mr. and Mrs. William Hartwig, fort Dodge, spent Sunday at An- Irew Kading's, and Malinda Kad- ng, employed at the Hartwigg iome, come with .them. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson, Ringstad, were Sunday dinner guests at E. 3. 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