Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1939 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1939
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PAGE EIGHT ALQONA. IOWA BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS W. B. Quarton H. W. Millei QUABTON ft MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 814 Algona, Iowa. Wesley P.T.A. Plans 'Games Night" J. L. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, low* 8ULLJTAJT, McMAHON ^ LEST5AJ J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law Office In new County Mutual Bid* Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HABRI5GTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* Phone 287 R. J. H. 44fl E. J. YA5 NESS, O. IT. STTLLSLAJ Lawyers Office in new Heise Block. Phone 213 Algona, Iow& 0. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SntDDVAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 58 Algona, Iow» L. A. WTJTKEL County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 206 Algona, Io-»» P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J; Res. 315 EVERY TABLE AT PARTY TO BE KEPT BUSY Wesley, Jan. 23—The Teacher association met last week 'Monday night and voted to sponsor a "games night" Thursday, February 9. The regular program committee was put in charge of arrangements. At each to be ARMSTRONG BOYS' QUINTS ARE BOTH DEFEA TED A T BANCROFT Armstrong, Jan. 21 — The boys' B. B. teams played at Bancroft last week Tuesday evening, and both were defeated. The St. John quint easily overcame the local firsts, 37-16. Tommy Durne and Gerald Nurre led the winners, while David Holland starred for the losers. The St. John's seconds also won easily, 21-5. The local home, south of town, Evelyn, a daughter, has the disease. Mre. O. H. Adams, wife of the local athletic coach, Is also In quarantine. Mr. Adams is staying at Woodrow Wilson's. boys will play at Ledyard and the this Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Verle Hansen, of . , Eagle township, are parents of a i. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCKIS01* Attorneyo-at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. Phone 251 Algona, low* MAURICE C. McMAHON Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise Bldg. Phone 325 Algona, Iowa DOCTOES JOHN y. KEXEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 C. H. CRETZMETEU, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 41gona Iowa evening. An admission fee will be charged. The Wesley band, under direction of Karl Bohiin, Clear Lake, made its first public appearance at this P. T. A. meeting and won favorable applause and comment. The program also included a musical skit and a music memory contest conducted by Mre. J. L. Haverly. Prizes were won by Vivian Studer and Mrs. Alf Studer. Bridge t'lnbs are Entertained— Mrs. George Vitzthum entertainer her bridge club Thursday, and Mrs. J. P. Studer, club guest, won high. Mrs. Tom Forburger won travel. Nell Frimml was another club guest. Mrs. Forburger will entertain next week Thursday. Mrs. Alfred Erdman entertained her club the same day, and'Mrs. L L. Pfeffer won high, with Mrs. Tom McMahon second. Mrs. Kate Kennedy was a club guest. Mrs. McMahon will entertain in two weeks. Mrs. Harry Braley entertained another club the same afternoon, and Mrs. H. H. Flom will entertain in two weeks. Vttend Woden Card Party— Wesleyans who attended a card larty at Woden last week Tuesday night sponsored by Catholic Guild there, of which Mrs. r. W Goslin, formerly Wesley, is 'newly elected president, were Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison, Mrs. Julius Kunx, daughter Mary Adine. Dorothy Shannahon. Rosamund Eckstein, Dr. and Mrs. Herman Bode, and Mr. and .Mrs. Sylvester Garman, Stilson. Sick Baby i s Recovering— Laurel Ann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Keish, was brought from the General hospital Algona, Wednesday and is now be- J"," ™ } ' e<i for at Irene Studer's. I he baby, five weeks old. had been at the hospital three weeks with double pneumonia. She was in an oxygen tent for several days. -NOW she is much improved. girl, their second. Mrs. Hanson is the former Mary Lester. Other Armstrong News. week-end. Results at Dolliver arej The Nick Marts have been let not known at this writing. Ring- out of quarantine for scarlet fever, sted and Armstrong were thought Two children, Shirley and Earl, to have a slight edge for honors. | had the disease. Armstrong had three 4-year letter! Dr. A. T. Whitlow spent part of girls on the team, and the teamilast week at Des Moines, attending a state veterinarians' meeting. had a good season's record. Ringsted alio had bolstered .three -t- Florence Erickson and" her year letter girls, but the team's brother Allan were Fairmont vis- record this season was not up to | itors Thursday afternoon. AmiRf T*ntl P"'.Q A rm otrti-it-i «• nl _..*.*! \f ** n« A ~\t~.~ ct m>_ Armstrong's. Armstrong played many outside teams, which gave the girls good practice. Scarlet Fever Is Prevalent- Scarlet fever has become prevalent here. At the Gerdis Clemenson Mr. and Mrs. Sam Timms are parents of a girl, born Thursday, named Barbara. Mrs. Warren Barber was visiting relatives at Estherville last week. L. A. Horswell has been elected Armstrong Grove constable. FENTON CAGERS BADLY BEATEN BY TITONKIANS Fenton, Jan. 23 — Last week Tuesday night Fenton's basketball setbacks this season, when they played Titonka, there, and lost, "4-10. The locals, nevertheless,, really played well, but Titonka simply had too much height for the Fenton midgets. The local firsts! also dropped a game to Titonka,! and this, too, by a decisive score ' 51-17. Here, again, the Fenton for men. Hostesses were Mrs. Clarence Theesfield and Mrs. Alvin Zumach. Seven Guests at Quiltinir— Mrs. W. R. Wolfe entertained at a quilting Wednesday, and attending were Mesdames 0. H. Stoeber, Don Weisbrod, V. J. Tatum, John Kramer, Will Weisbrod, E. C. Fuaerby, and Walter Widdel. Yonng Girl Has Operation— Verdell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reidel, had an appendicitis operation Saturday at an Algona hospital. Other Ledynrd News. The U-Deal-M Bridge club met SERVICES FOR LAKOTAN ARE HELD TUESDAY •Lakota, Jan. 23—Funeral services for Mre. George Schmidt were held at the Presbyterian church last week Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. Mr. Doms, of Burt, In charge. The male quartette sang and I. E. Wortman, John Smith, James Smith, Ray Smith, Walter Rosenau and Charles Out- knecht were pallbearers. Louise Marie Gesbeck was born in Germantown, Wis., July 13, 1867, and grew up there. In 1889 she was married to George Schmidt and three sons and a daughter were born, one son passing away in infancy. In 1893 they came to Kossuth, where they resided for 19 years. Several years were spent on a farm south of Lakota and the rest of the time they lived In town and operated a meat market. In 1912 they moved to Dows, where Mr. Schmidt died in 1927, and since that time Mrs. Schmidt has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Edward Thaves. When 14 years old she united with the Presbyterian church and has since retained her member, ship. She leaves besides her | daughter, a son Irvin, of Daven- I port, and son Elmer of Pontiac, Mich.; several grandchildren, and . a brother, Charles H. Gesbeck, of Omaha. A brother and sister are also dead. 'Her late husband's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schmidt, Blue River, Wis., attended the funeral. Burial was made in Maple j Hill cemetery beside her husband and her mother, Mrs. Gesbeck, who made her home with the Schmidts for several years. of MesdaniM Alton JUn derton and tiafl Qrabitt it tbd Oftbatt*. Bridge furnished enter* Ulnment. Birtfc&y h Cefefentef- Jamea Bitter observed hi* birthday a week ago Sunday, and all the children and families Were present to help him celebrate. Other Lakota Ifetri. Jerry Ukena, local Implement de»lef, SAW • «Jc««».hil fartllflg day «ntertainM«Ml ftt the ideal theater (Saturday, Lrtntii w*4 served to kit tfelttti following the movies. ,,, ^ ,; . Mr. and Mrs, -Aft tester and MM. D6BM Stickler vteited Mm. tester'* stater, Mrs. Henry Schaper, Who Is In a hospital at Fairmont a week ago Sunday. Luella Shaw, 6th and 6th grade teacher, waa ill several days last week and Mrs. Harry Wafburton *W5SJr I te MA* *«.»_* . AI «CLI Lewis a Wk Z'^ .JGliier Ravn, i. Week Tuesday. —Order ir /-. "»oi- right through the locals for •'] points in the first half while Fen- - Johnson. The Community club Planned— ....s. Cecil Alexander have added amateur contests to the theater's Wednesday night show. 1 February Cooking of Meats Studied— was garet and Jean Gab'el, Ledyard , Mr. and Mrs. 0 H Stoeber en ' «i nsing ' 2vntl ; Arli e Meyer, Wilton, itertained at suppe?" lasf'weTk I %' ™P t £ ,?f^K *£ t *? KW i sisters, of fourth. MELTEf G. BOUSNE 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 DB. C. D. SCHAAP "~ Dentist Algona, Iowa Hutchison Building Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174 Bowlers and Wives Entertained— Mrs. E. M. Olson entertained the wives of the local bowlers at Chinese checkers while the men bowled at Algona one night last week After return of the men she served lunch. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mathas. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger, Mr. and Mrs. Lael Root, Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon. Farewell for a Visitor— Visitors last week Tuesdav evening at E. C. Hutchinson's were Mr and .Mrs. Theodore Johnson, Mr Trt XT -c? enry Miller ' and Mr! and Mrs. Floyd Gregory, Lu Verne, and the Clayton Johnsons, Sexton The visitors came for the evening Mth their uncle, Seeb Johnson, KABL B. HOFFiLVN Dentist Office in New Heise Bldg Phones: Office 44, res. 116. A. J. EASON Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phones: Office, 59; residence, 859 Plays Basketball at Ames- Don, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus studying science at Ames, is a member of a 25-man freshman Cyclone basketball squad He was an outstanding tball player in his high school days here, as well a s later on a Wesley independent team. New Baby i s Christened— Janice Marie is the name of a new daughter of Mr. and Mrs Carl Pearson baptized at the Con- SMn fe ri atl0n ^r Church here Iast week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ho- Sard, Buffalo Center, were spon- VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX J. B. WltfKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Thones: Office, 475-W; Res., 476-R EVSURANCE ~' KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL DTSUBANCE ASSOCIATION $19,000,000 worth of insurance In tone,. A home company. Safe, se- D - D- Paxson, Secretary LOANS AND INSURANCE MTJKTAGH & SON Farm Loans Heal Estate Insurance and Bonds Hutchison Building. Phone 105 Yonr Money's Worth in HEAL ESTATE, HEAL ESTATP LOANS, AND INSTOANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office over la. State Bk. Phone 98 Algona, Iowa See D. D. PAXSON -..a Dwelling, Household . and Automobile Insurance -^ not neglect your policy for of- Upses OM ° CCUrS When insuranc e Son for the F. J. Hanptinans— A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs Francis J. Hauptman at a Clarion hospital last week Monday night He weighed 6y» pounds and has been named Garth Louis. Lose nnd Win at Goldfield— Wesley basketball boys at Goldfield Thursday Q.~,~' "'^ first team lost 35-•», but the seconds won, 17-8. Firemen's Balfig Dated- The annual firemen's ball will be held at the Kleinpeter hall this Thursday night. The Spencer Nighthawks will play. Woman Has Serious Operation— Mrs. Lester Larson had a major -Deration at Mercy hospital Mason City, Wednesday. Other Wesley News. dinner guests at tne John Youngwirth home were the Frank Youngwirths and Fred Hinz. Lu Verne; Mr. and Mr 7 Job,^ Youngwirth Sr., son Leo! ing. The method of cooking may" n often does, ruin a good piece, nvnfii was the to P'° in i two follow-up meetings on Phase! ii of this year's woman's Farm Bureau project on foods and nutrition last week Tuesday. One was held under leadership of Mrs Henry Looft, assisted by Mrs" Howard Richards, at the Looft I home, 11 women attending; the! ± 6 V VaSTat Mrs - J ' H ' Jensen's,! and Mrs. Jerald Godden assisted -Mne ladies attended there Both meetings were all-day events, with I the noon meal prepared by the 1 women. Both singing and listen- 1 mg numbers in mus ic were stud- Ediv. Tietz Party Honoree— Ed\v. Tietz was honoree at a birthday party Thursday night, the -—""being spent at cards and. ! «. The guests includ- and Mesdames Emil' ™,« ^ ~ Jr ' Louis HackbartbJ Edw. Meyer, B. C. Luedtke, Her-! man R,ggert, and John Gramenz.l also Raymond Tietz, Bernice Gra-i mer Albert Schumacher, and the' Archie Voigts, West Bend thl Prank Schumachers, the Theo Bierstedts. and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Whittemore. Bridge Party is Given— Mrs Clarence Theesfield entertained at three tables of bridge on ihursday evening. Mrs. Clarence Wegener won high, and Mrs George Jentz was second. Other guests were Mesdames Shelby Weisbrod, Everett Dreyer • - - —-—-*,:, and Gladys Stoeber. Mrs J. A. Mueller entertained the Hook & Needle club Wednesday, and Mesdames C. G. Humphrey, \\illiam Julius, Paul Eigler, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod attended a recent shower for the new Mrs. John Munch at Mrs. Fred Gen- nch's, Lone Rock. 'Mrs. Howard Reeder, Palmer and two children have been visiting at Clarence Theesfield's. Thev came Wednesday Rose Weisbrod left Wednesday «™ Emmetsburg f or Banner, brother George Mrs. Moe to Hospital- Mrs. Harry Moe, who has been in poor health for several months and bedfast for about three weeks, was taken to the Burney hospital at Estherville, by ambulance last \\ ednesday for x-rays to determine the cause of her illness. Mr. Moe who is a Rock Island trainman out of Estherville, will be able to be with her part of the time The daughter Eleanor and son John will keep house while she Is gone. Aid Date is Changed— Mesdames Harry Warburton, Sl°!: Se , W ! n . ter - A - T. Buckels and OTTOSEN Wednesday afternoon. This was the social meeting and there were several guests. The next business ?±i ln £.r" b * wlth M rs. Edgar At a recent January P T A meeting in the high school audi- hv t£ 5 Pr ° gram was ^onsored by the Progressive club- Illustra "on of folk dances, Mrs. T T J^ P fn°^ B ° de: movle scene 's on a trip in the west last s eluding views, at a dude , mer Lindhart, Humboldt. Mrs - — — ••»«**» JL^UI L Clarence Osborn. Mother-Daughter Banquet Planned— The Aid met Friday at the church, and pl ans were laid fo, a mother-daughter banquet in February. Committees were appoint- «.m „ UCketS ' Prepare ^e Program, and on waiters and table decorations. A treasurer's dames E. C. Weisbrod, J. A. K Newspaper Founded la as Second - Claaa 1 ' 1908 ' at o a. Iowa. Under Act of March 2, 1879 Phones 306*307 local t h Agnes B °yer; locdl teachers, accompanied Sunt S" t0 . ? Uffal ° Cneter Friday night, and Miss Shutter visited at her uncle Henry Shutter's over the week-end, while Miss Boye? visited Matilda Eye, farmer Wesley Teach D tea Surprise for George Jentz— George Jentz was taken by surprise last week Monday evening hono r of his Wrthd ann , | Budge was played at four tables Mrs Raymond Stoeber winnini high for women. Shelby Weistro A penny supper" was served by the second division of the munity Aid last week ^ and was well patronized, The Legion Auxiliary had an all- day meeting Thursday at Mrs Car ± 6 ™ ord ' s . where rags to rugs to be made by World war veterans were sewed . Mr - a nd Mrs. Herman Kramer attended the Farm Bureau state convention at Des Moines last week Wednesday to Friday Mrs. Wayne Truesdell and Mrs. Henry Lovig visited the Kenneth Stevensons at Bode last WPP£ KnT T MrS ' Merle Holt vls «ed day y Jensen s. West Bend, Fri- Mrs .Caroline Telford, Mrs. Mary Schneider, Mrs. J. Van Buskirk nii ph Ricb -ard, and the Rev! Gladstone attended a Presby- Mond n ay meetinS 3t R ° lfe last week i. Clark Tabor, Hum. .— ./ednesday till Fridav Herman Kramer's. *'""»* Two Grandsons in One Week— A son was born to Mr. and M 10 ™PV H ar i 2 the first of last week - h«,l A between La *ota and Ti", « A son was b °m to Mr and Mrs. John Wibben, south of town last week Tuesday. These o ^ I u st born ln each family and both are grandsons of Mr. and Lakot? artZ> JUSt north of Merrill Sparks HaveDanghter— Ar^trS M a r tSn i ^o S f P an kS 8, 0 b f W^^SrS^'^-S named Tamara Lynn. Mrs Snarks was formerly Arlene Lewis', daughter of Mr. and Mrs^harles Lewis. Lakotans' Mother Is 111— •Mrs. Don Stickler and sister Mrs. Matt Walsh were called t o Osceola last week Tuesday by the illness of their mother, who is suffering with pneumonia. Mrs. Stickler returned home, but Mrs Walsh remained to help care for her? To Rochester Hospital— """• 'SS, 6 ' Sm . ldt was taken The SmidtsTh^h^ Birthdays are Observed— A party was held a week Monday evening honoring fin Mr there ' baBketba » Eav- •• w*Liti3ua-j' tional basement. A, M. and L. L. Lease attended a recent evening banquet at son City for Pittsburgh Plate Co - dealers in this territory. — » * t *wiiu4iy t* vfinl n ff route to Des Moines, with juf-' ius Matern and Leander Wolf to ittend a state veterinarians' convention, von- The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Bot- om attended a monthly 'meeting of Loebig went to w ° of n ca i e for the mo^eJ of R chard Van Horn who is sick Salesmen in this district for Moorman mineral products met at n£ H n ™ here Th i™aay night. Mr and Mrs. John Youngwirth entertained the Peter Whittemore, Sunday T went to Thureday on a business GOLGOTHA TALKIE MOVING PICTURE «tSe a i°sr^ sssr^ ew ™ e cast of thousands at a cost of $800 0( THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Matinee 3 p. m.-€hildren, JOc and 15 C Evening, 8 p. m.-^Children,, 15c; adults, 35c Sponsored by the Congregation* Woman's Ass'n J A tiTo-course wedding cUaner] tuting at present. > y 't WAIT-a nd von hadnt I N the big Buick factory in Flint these days the long assembly line is running smooth as oil. Not in ten ye.ars has production been steadier—and not in the memory of man has the work been better or the car so fine and full of dollar value. Which is one reason we ask, man to man—what are you waiting around for? With the first bright budding weather a flock of folks are going to itch to start traveling behind this power-packed Dynaflash straight-eight. They're going to hear the call of the open road — and hone to answer it in smart Buick style, with BuiCoil Springing to cushion them along. They're going to come pouring in on us wanting Buicks, wanting them fast — and in spite of all we'll be able to do then, somebody may have to wait. But the smart buyers will be all set- will be on their way looking at spring- NO OTMII CAR IN TNI WORLD MAS ALL THISI FEATURES * DYNAHASH VAIVMN-HEAD STUAIGHT-tlOur iNOINI ^ aUICOIL TORQUE-FREE SPRlS *ORIATfRVlMmiTy*HANDI$HirTTRANSMISsSN * ROOMIER UNIITEIl ROOT RV FISHER * TORQUt TURI DRIVE * TIF-TOE MYDRAUUC BRAKB * CROWN SFRINO ClUTCH * "CATWAlK-COOllS *OTTIONAtREARAXlEOEARRATIOS*FLASHWiy DIRECTION SIGNAL * SEtF-RANKING KNEE ACTION ^ FRONT SPRINGING " Easy on the eye—easy to buy- on Central Motors terms'. fresh greenery through Buick's n «tg "visibility unlimited." They'll be having glorious fun bchinl, this supple giant of a Dynaflash powjfl plant, taking their steady ease in thel« comfort only Buick gives. That's why we hope you're making your i decision now. Your old car's worth more today than'i it will be later. You may dodge a loto| repair bills by trading in now. You A J now at prices that are lower than a ycarl ago, lower than you'd expect, lowcrl even than some sixes. So why wait-and wish you hadn't? • • . EYE OPENER I With all 111 .xtro valuG, Ihi, Bg!(t| sodan Nits at $51 It,, than a year ago I "Hetter buy Buick -NOW! EVFMPI AD i*»c ^rkJEB * i K*<KVA._,A ... . 401 East State B. R, Hcimcndinrer, Britt, Iowa EXEMPLAR OF GENERAL MOTORS VAU.'S BIRUM-OLSON COSIPANY Phone 121 Moad Chevrolet Co. Emmetsbnrg, Iowa. We give a complete plan and building ' With ' de " 8nedto '—» 5 content> and You'll like t Q F. S. Norton & Son "

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