Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1938 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1938
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KOSSUTtt COUNT* ADVANCES. ALGOflA. IOWA red 84 1 Of irvington NOMINEE for >UNTY TREASURER 3—BIG CONCERTS—3 IESTHERVILLE .. fted States Navy Band CHAS. BETTER, U. S. N., Conductor High School Auditorium. itirsday, October ZOth I Concerts at 2:80, 3:45, and S P. M. our tickets now at any Estherville Drug store, ' " from Raymond A. Minkler, box 224, Estherville, Iowa. PRICES loon: Students 25c, adults $1. No seats reserved Lg: All seats $1. All reserved. Buy tickets now, Ichange for; reserved seats October 18-20 at aiff's Shoe -Store or by mail to Mr. Minkler L above dates/Reserved in order received. Burt, and Sunday.. Waldo Krug, Waverly, Corwith Pair Prize Three Painting^ TWO PAINTED Ottosen Pupils to Stage AT CORWITH A Comedy Tomorrow Night LAST SUMMER Ottosen, Oct. ll--Full Of Youth, pre- this high Corwith, Oct. 11—Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thompson have a small collection o£ paintings which they pri'/.c highly and take pride in showing. One Is of their home here, another o£ a bouquet picked from their flower garden, a third of an old workshop used by Mrs. Thompson's brother at Baxter. The paintings are the work of a niece of Mrs. Thompson's who is an art instructor. She visited here thie summer and did the paintings of the house and the bouquet. Mrs. Thompson is particularly fond of the painting of the Old Work Shop, because it was there that her brother spent Ms spare time on his hobby, which was cabinet-making. The Thomp, sons have several articles that he made in the shop and they .plainly show the care and interest he took in his work. Mr. Thompson 1 was once owner of the Corwith Hustler. a three-act comedy, will be sented by the -H. S. juniors week Friday evening, in the achool auditorium. The consist of Edith Dahl, •Berguth, Gladys cast will Charlotte Satern, Vivian [T NO EXTRA COST! 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ENDLS3S CORD T^ c Itccomes Extension librarian•Pearl Jefford, Stilson, has been appointed rural extension librar- nn for Cerrb Gordo county. She will have charge of a rural extension program operating out of the Mason City library. Sixty-two •ural schools out of 9!) in the county already have contracts with .he library, which also has contracts with the Britt, Garner; and Rockwell, and Nora Springs schools. Miss Jeffords, daughter of Mrs. H. Jeffords, Stilson, has a master's degree from the University of Iowa. She studied a year it the Drexel Library Institute, Phildalphia, and has taught foi several years. She left one clay last week for Mason City to take up her new duties. Home Project Lesson Given— The first home project lesson o the year for women of Magor am Amsterdam townships in Hancock county was given by Florence Zollinger, home demonstration agent, at Mrs. Fairfield Dean's las week Tuesday. Fundatlon of Phy sical and Mental Health will be th topic for the coming year. Th women were instructed in makin kapok-filled toys, peg-boards, an toys from spools, tin cans, clothe pins, and inner tubes. It was a all day meeting with ,a coverec dish luncheon at noon. Leader were chosen for the two township* The November meeting will be held with Mrs. Lloyd Raber in Amsterdam township. f Surprise Party for Husband- Mrs. Lee Williams entertained 35 guests at a surprise birthday party Friday evening, honoring aer husband. The party was held at the homa of Mr. Williams' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Williams, and entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Harold Evans. In games and contests prizes were won by Mrs. Philip Puffer, Carlviu Williams, and Melvin Brand. Refreshments included two birthday cakes," angel-foods, baked and decorated by Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Edward Williams. Mr. Williams received some gifts. Legion Auxiliary Unit Meets— The Legion Auxiliary met last week Tuesday at the Legion hall. It was reported that a gift had been sent to Ruth Froelich, who had an operation, and that Mrs. C. Jurgenson had been remembered on Gold Star Mothers' day Sunday, September 25. A motion was made to send the unit's War Orphan a gift of a dollar. A reading was given by Mrs. W. C. Woodbury, and refreshments were served by Mrs. Frank Izzard and Mrs. Lester Wilhite.___ Baptist Rally Held Here— A Baptist Young People's state rally was held at the First Baptist Purdy, Agnes Haug, Patricia Coyle, Lois Jacobson, Loret.ta Reese, Maurine Holden, Ardis Mo- vlck, Maurice Satern, Hollis Cooper, Lowell Kroph, Gerald Gochen- ur, Dwain Hansen and Glen Anne. 'he coaches are Helen Gaard and Vesley Ashby. farllyn Klnscth 15; Party- Girls and boys helped Marilyn -Cinseth celebrate her 15th birth- ay Monday evening at Oliver Kineth's. Attending: Mary Jane Ho- ius, Mavis Holt, Shirley Kinseth, Arlian Purdy, Gladys Lovig, Franes Enockson, Loretta Reese, Alin Haug, Dennis Purdy, Dwain Hansen, Eugene Struthers, Hollis looper, Junior Kinseth. Freshmen Hosts at Party— The "Freshies" gave a return party for the rest of the high chool and the faculty Monday evening in the gymnasium. It was a masquerade, and Miss Gaard, eacher, won a prize for the best costume. In a scavenger hunt Den- nis Purdy and Gladys Lovig were first to return. 0. P. C. Meeting is If eld— , The O. P. C. met at Mrs. Clarence Reese's last week Thursday, and a program was given: Scripture Proverbs, Mrs. Ralph Richards; group' singing; Grace Noll 'Crowell, by Mrs. Ralph Richards; lesson, The Garden Begins in October, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth; surprise by hostess. Fenton Girl "Sweet Sixteen"— Valerian Jentz was honoree at a birthday surprise party at her home Sunday evening. She was sweet sixteen." Guests included members of her junior class. Hostesses were Evelyn Elmers, Louise iDreyer, and Marjorle Brown. Other Ottosen Sunday dinner guests at the and Mrs. Archie Denver; Mr., and Mc- Mrs Bernard Jacobs home, West Bend, were Mr. Cutcheon, , John McCutchepn, daughter 'Edna, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Havelock, daughter Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. John McCutcheon Jr., all of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt, Spencer; the Peter and Merle Holts, and the Loren Daniels fam lly, all of Ottosen. Rasmus Ellingson and Mrs. Bert Ellingson, of Kiester, Minn., visited the Ole Elllngsons last week Wednesday. Verna Holt attended the home coming at Iowa City over the week-end. Harold Bakke, Cedar Falls, visiting here. RECEPTION FOR THE RETURN OF FENTON PASTOR Fenton, Oct. 11 — The Hev. and Mrs. J. G. Watermann were hon- oiees at dinner at the. Methodist church Sunday. Songs 'were sung, filter which a welcome back was given by Edw. Schlei, Sunday school secretary, who spoke in behalf of the audience. Mr. Waterman is now serving his second year here. He has beau a mera'ser of the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference since 1903, when he became pastor at Diamond, where he served two years. Other pastorates have been: Granvilla, 1905-6; Sioux City, 1906-8; Sloan, 190810; West Side and Vail, 1910-12; Ocheyedan, 1912-18 ; Pocahontas il918-22; Manson, 1822-6; Dows 1926-35; Hawarden 1935-7; Three : Birthdays Celebrated — Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley, and daughters Jaunita and Audra Kas were entertained at dinner Sundaj at Mrs. Straley's brother Geralc Brace's, near Burt, and others at tending were Mr. and Mrs. W. E (Brace, Burt. The occasion' was the birthday anniversaries of Mi Straley and W. E. Brace. Geral a twin brother of Mrs. Stralej roup of women Saturday In hon r of her birthday anniversary juests were Edith Laage and Mrs tfinnie Stark, Des Moines, who vere visiting at C. F. C. Laage's VIrs. C. F. C. Laage, Mrs. J. A Schwartz, Mrs. Walter Widddl Wrs. W. E. Laage, and Mrs. O. J Edith teaches at De laniiey. Vtoines. 'enton Girl's Club Meets— The Fenton Forwards 4-H FENTON IS One day last week Mr. and Mrs. Orrin McFall, Cedar Rapids, n-ought home Mr. McFall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall, who had spent a week there and with other relatives. The Orrin and T. N. McFalls were entertained at dinner Friday evening at Frank McFall's and Saturday even- ng at W. R. Wolf's. Orrin is a brother of Frank and Mrs. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler entertained at dinner and supper Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frederick, Humboldt, son Robert, the C. F. Wegeners, and the Edw. Priebes. The Arthur Fredericks are former residents of the Fair- <vill community, and Arthur was a son of the Rev. Max Frederick, former Fairville pastor. Mrs. Pheod Schaeffer, Webster City, and Mrs. Peter Sadler, Reu- wick, with three children came Friday to visit the women's sister, Mrs. Jos. Helgavold. Mr. Schaeffer and.Mr. Sadler came Sunday to take the visitors home. W. 3. Weisbrod, daughter Florence, Mrs. Don Weisbvod, daughters Anna Rae and Marilyn, anil Jean Denker, the latter a sophomore at Cedar Falls, drove to Les-. tor Saturday'for Sunday at Hugo Lenker's. The Theodore Melings, Thor Hagen, son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson, daughter La- Vaun, and the John Melings, all of Why Take Chances club met Saturday with Marian Finne- tad, and roll call on How I Have mproved the Storage Space in My loom was answered by the leader and 14 members. A talk on scrap books for every member of he family was given by Pauline Frank. Poetry was in charge of Phyllis and Shirley Frank. Kyles Are 35 Years tVed— Mrs. L. M. Holldorf. Ceylon, her Cylinder, were Sunday dinner chell's. Mr. and Mrs. entertained at a at Morris Mit- Edw. Prieb« and A Safety Deposit Box Will protect your valuables, keep sakes, important papers—things which could not be replaced if lost in a fire. Make it a point to take out a safety deposit box in our fireproof, burglar proof vault during Fire Prevention Week. Business offices, too, should use our vault to safeguard valuable papers, deeds and documents. Security State Bank C. B. Murtagh, Pres.; J. W. Haggard, Vice Pres.; Frank Kohlhaas, Vice Pres.; E. A. Scheme), Cashier wwwvvwwwvuG . . . twin daughters, June and Jean, and Ella Kyhl, Mason City, spent Mr. and Mrs. R. ,C. Goetsch, went to Des Mollies Monday to bring home Mr. Priebe's father, Ernest Priebe, Lone Rock, who had besn. visiting relatives there three weeks. 'Leo Goeders, Estherville, and Nick Neu, Clinton, Mo., were over Saturday night guests at F. H. Holm's. Mrs. Bonn, daughter, Mary Ann, and Messrs. Goeders and Neu were dinner guests at Peter Neu's. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens left Friday on. a vacation to be spent autl Jlilia xvyui, mtuiim ^"•j, ^v^" 1 * j £Tluay Ou a vacation Il> ue AJ.ICIIU Saturday and Sunday at the par-| w j tn relatives at Kelly and Pilot sinf.nl T3rt>»o»«f WvTil's T^hov i?nmfi •**•„.,*. j •*#*„ 'DntrmsirtA T V ( \a+'7 i« Robert Kyhl's. They came to help celebrate their parents' 35th wedding anniversary and presented them with a large decorated cake and an automatic electric waffle iron. „ Five to Federation Meet- Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. E. J. (Frank, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. •Alfred Meyers, and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, the latter of Whittemore, all members of the Fenton Woman's club, attended a county federation meeting at Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. Elmer Weis- Mound. Mrs. Tietz . . helping Beatrice Kramer at TALL? MEDIUM? SHORT? is a twill uiuc.iit.-i I/A in.*o. »ji.*«.*n.7 weeK ruesuay. wire, j^iiuer VYCIB- and W. E. Brace is her father. Mrs., Drol j > Fenton, attended in the af- W. E. Laage entertained at a din-'j ternoolli Hospital Patient Comes Home- Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and her son Oliver returned Friday from Rochester, where Mrs. Stoeber had a blood transfusion and treatment at ner last week Thursday evening in honor'' of her husband's birthday anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, Postmaster and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, son Bob, „ Mayo hospital. Oliver gave the bloo/d; Mr. Stoeber, who went to daughter Betty Jean. Girls' Club Has Meeting— oiooa; MI-. acoeoer, wuo wem. tu • The Independence Idealists 4-H j Rochester with his wife and son, club hald an annual^ Halloween | remamed to go through the clinic. Two Annviersaries Observed — • Mr. and Mrs. Ralph HRiedel entertained the S. E. Straleys at dinner Monday evening in honor of Messrs. Straley and Mrs. Riedel's birthday anniversaries. The Hied- esl entertained the Louis Hiedels, party Saturday at Virginia and Irene Berkeland's, Mrs. W. P. iWeisbrod and Mrs. B. G-. Berke- . UTCH'S Super Servicte PHONE 33 church here last evening. There week Monday were delegates NOTICE Mstrict Court , of Iowa, ir Kossuth County. In Prof-No. 3666. "fatter of the Estate of En- Island, deceased, liters and AH Persons laid in the Estate of Endre I, Deceased: iti each of you are notified jthat by order of the court m application of Beatrice former administratrix of pe, the estate has been re[ and said Beatrice Osland pnted as administratrix towing by former adminis- and finding by the court "idem did own •certain real scribed in the application "• administratrix, "on file , the time of his death, >&ct was not known or dl9- it the time of the probate of >wte. That certain claims lied against «ai4 estate ere not paid or allowee estate has peen re-opened Purpose oj disposing of ~ " V order of the court hear- tue matter'of s$U| claims /toed to tefce. pjace before on the ?9tU 4 commencing o'clock in the forenoon of said day at which time and place creditors having unpaid claims against the estate are ordered and required to appear and show cause, if any there is, .why their said claims should not be disapproved and disallowed and the estate duly and finally closed and change of title to said real estate certified to the widow and heirs at law according To law free and clear of any cloud or possible lien created or made by reason of the filing of said claims evening, J.UGIO ,•-«« ——-=—from Creston, Sheffield, Rockwell, Swaledale, Forest City, Britt. A - gona, Lu Verne, and Goldfield. Mr. Vernneoff, a missionary, made an appeal to consider the horrors of communism that he himself has experienced in Russia. He also showed photos of the results of communism there. ^ Teachers Guests at Party— , Mrs Fairfield Dean entertained teachers of the local faculty at dinner Sunday, and attending were Mr and Mrs. J. Worth Miller, son Max, Mr. and Mrs. J. Frances Kee, Mr and Mrs. J. M. Ghert and Ju- dyi! Margaret Hanbury, Esther- Smith, Gertrude Hurley, the Clifford Applegates, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean. Nail Returns to Fanning— Walter Nail Is returning to the farm, after three years of town life. He has rented the 80 acres W here the Harold Oxleys now .live . land, leaders, Miss Dunkelberg, Palo Alto H. D. A., seven members and six prospective members attending, Winning prizes at games were Miss Dunkelberg, Lavaun Priebe, and Leila Benson. At the next meeting officers will be elected. The prospective members are Doris Berkeland, Le'ila Benson, •Ruth Berkeland, Dorothy Cote, Sarah Burwash, and Shirley Stems. Mrs. Jolm Arbogast Sick- Mrs. John Arbogast took sick. last week Wednesday and her condition has become serious. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Earnhardt are helping Mrs. Elizabeth Dempsey care for her. Relatives and friends who called to see here Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wier, o£ Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Harley IS rmo the telephone switch board. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace visited at the son Clifford's at Forest City, Saturday, and took home Myrna, daughter of the Clifford Wallaces, who had been here foi some time. Mrs. Everett Dreyer entertained Jier bridge club Saturday. Mrs Henry Reimers won high; Mrs Fred Newel, second. Mrs. C. F. Wegener 'played for an absent member. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell and their son Robert spent the week-end at Mrs. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Hugo Mittag's, at Trues-! dale. Mrs. Anna Mohler, Iowa Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Kracht, Seneca visited the Henry Bergbo- fers last week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Light attended the recent Northwest Iowa Conference at Sac City, Mr. Light'as delegate for the local, laymen.. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck entertained at dinner Sunday the Ar-r thur Voigts and the Robert Bleck- wenns. A Mr. Helgavold is new manager of the Critz and Co. elevator here. reason o [hat unless. such showing to made jy said creditors their claims will be disallowed and disapproved and the estate accordingly closed. Dated this 10th day of Octobei 1938. BUHMJ BOUNDS Customer? were . and is busy with fall plowing. The Rockwood Brothers have rented the farm now occupied by the •Leonard Mullins family, known as the Lootnis farm. , '• • '. "Other Corwith. Frederick, Ole Haag, and his mo'ther, all of Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago, Ringsted; the William and Ervin Huskamps and he Clarence Arbogasts, all of Tenton; and Mr. and Mrs . Chris Godfredson, Ringsted; Shower for a New Bride— A miscellaneous shower was given at the Methodist churca Saturday for Mrs. Weldon F. McFar- lond, nee Frances Schutt, .married a week ago Saturday at Webster City. The group sang songs and wrote recipes for the brWe. Hostesses were Mesdames R.' F. Laabs, Carl Kern, Fred Mortensen, Amanda Schutt. Mrs. MdFarland received many gifts. Fifty attended. Group Honors Woman's Birthday- Mrs. Frad' I4eb entertained - Will YOU Re 9 ret Not Having Had YOUR Furnace Checked Before Winter! SR. DEB. Tinies to tall tell us Host fit more flattering- Olaussrier Proportioned ly than any stocking they have ever worn. They fit the foot AND the leg —to perfection. And be- KLEER-SHEER fx^wate HOSIERY wear longer. $lpr,3pair$285 Brownell Co. Beatrice Osland, Mr. and Mrs. Armand Tabb and jjeainua yt> , .... wilmar'were dinner guits at J. V.'Wright's, Goldfield, Friday evening. The Woman's club, had a picnic supper at the Legion hall last week Thursday evening. iMrs. Ed. Oxley, welcomed the 1 guests in behalf P? 'the committee Monday was somewhat of an anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Glen DunlaP. It an . . nine years ago that day that they started operating their cafe in it? present location, are widely known The for Dunlaps the fine meals they serve and they have a good business. Mrs. Henry Taylor and her son have returned to Chicago, after a visit here at the former's "brother Clarence Robinson's. Mm Robinson went with them to visti relatives at Chicago. Stanley Griener, one of the managers of the Corwith Implement Co., is driving a new Buick 8 Armand Tabb, local drayman, has a new ford V-8 pickup. Bert Meyers and his son Donald, have completed threshing • a good crop of Huban sweet clover which yielded about 250 pounds an acre- Mr, and Mrs. G. C. Brickey are entertaining their daughter, M* 8 •Edward Krauee, Monticello, ,and her two children, J Phone 464 Today "An Ounce of ^Prevention, Etc." No Charge Cor Furnace Checkup Nothing May Be Wrong, But It's a Comfort Tp Know That NOW—-Before Winter Comes LAING & MUCKEY PLUMBING & HEATING l^//S///y/y//y///M^^ OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTK COUNTY: •Notice is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, -towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of 'conducting electricity for lighting, power and leating purposes has been filed by he Hancock County Rural Elec- ric Cooperative, Garner, Iowa, in he office of the Iowa State Commerce Commission; that said petl- lon asks the right to construct, operate, and maintain said electric ransmlasipn line over, along and across the following described public lands, highways, streams, and private lands. (7200 volts, single phase, wye connected, neutral wire multl- grounded.) , Beginning at the northeast corner of Section One (1), Township Ninety-five (96) North, Range Twenty-seven (27), West of the- 5th P, M., Kossuth county, Iowa, thence •west on the blghVay on the north line of said Section One (1), one (J) mile; and, beginning at the southeast corner of Section Twelve (12), said Township and Range, thence .west on the highway on the south line of said Section Twelve (12), one (1) mile. .Beginning at the northeast corner of Section Twenty-foUr (24), Township Ninety-four, (94) North, Range Twenty-sev-f en (27), West of the 5th P. M,;, thence west on the highway on the north line of said Section: Twenty-four (24), one "(1). mile. The Iowa State Commerce Commission has fixed the first (1st)! day of November, 1938, ten (!0)' o'clock a. m., in its office at Dea koines, Iowa, as the time and place for hearing said petition. Any objections to the granting of such franchise must be in writing and filed in triplicate with tola Commission at least five (5). days before date of hearing. The Iowa State Commerce Commission suggests that the objector be represented at toe bearing by someone who has full authority to act foif it Pated at Des Moines. Iowa. October 4, 1938. JOWA STATJP CQMMERQQ Commission '. Attest: JOHJ? H, GILkESPIE, Secretary, " ' 4-g File H3?23. ", , 1 : » r ''

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