Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1939
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•**AttB TWO Dfi, G, C, SHIERK PODIATRIST (Foot Specialist) Corns,- Callouses, .Hammer Toes, etc., are oftetn the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet. Hutchison Bid?. - Algonn Phone 250-W. Young Widow at Titonka Holds Farm Auction Plumbing Fixtures are becoming more beautiful eacb year. See us for the new ideas. LAING & MUCKEY Phono 404 Algona, lown •Qls FALLING TREE TAKES HUSBAND OFFIVEJVEEKS Titonka, Feb. 6 — Mrs. Herman Nordman, whose husband was instantly killed three weeks ago by a falling tree at the Chris Peter's , " -;-- - •= farm, held her closing out sale * ut , ure P Ians , are Indefinite, rar. Thursday. A large crowd attended Ba l lal ,' d ' 'j 13 wlfe ' and two children an* o-nn^i ni.i n n.. ,.„,.„ , 1— j tt.. will live in the residence .lust east WEST BEND HATCHERY IS SOLD TO L E< BALLARD, OF DES MOINES West Bend, Feb. 5—Another business changed hands here last week when Sam Metzger sold his chicken hatchery to L. E. Ballard, Des Moines. Mr. Metzger, assisted by his daughter Marie, has been in the hatchery business three years and have been real during the hatching season, busy and Mr. JUST TWO MINUTES and forty seconds to fill your tank with DX! Drive in and hold the watch on us. —It's good gas!— Johnson's D-X SERVICE and good prices were received. Mr. and Mrs. Nordman were married November 26, 1938, five weeks before the accidental death. Mr Nordman's two children, Johnnie aged five years, and Grace Ann 1% years, have been taken to the home of their maternal' grandparents, the Oudekirks, in the Corwlth vicinity, where they will make their future home. Their mother died a year and half ago from t. b. of the kidneys following childbirth complications when Grace Ann was a tiny baby, and Mr. Nordman succeeded in keeping his two babies together and maintaining his farm home by hiring a housekeeper till he was re-married. Mrs. Nordman, who was formerly Mamie Behr, of Rock Rapids, plans to visit for a while with friends here and at Britt, Wesley and Corwlth. Mrs. Nordman's three brothers, John, Pete, and Heit Behr, Rock Rapids, came Wednesday to assist with the --' Friday. , , will live in the residence just east of the hatchery. Section Foreman Here— The Rock Island has not had a permanent section foreman here since John Denninger retired from the service. There has been two or three different men here since then, and last week Emery Bevard came from Estherville. Mr. Bevard Ivied in Rodman when a boy and started working as a section hand at that place. He was then sent to Estherville, where he and his family have lived since. He will move his family to West Bend. His wife was a daughter of Steve Koppi, an old time resident, and she lived here when a small girl. to Iowa City the first of the week, was operated upon Tuesday and her gall bladder was removed. She is recovering according to reports received by her mother, Mrs. William White. Mr. Gist is with her in Iowa City. Mrs. Walton Dewltt low— The condition of Mrs. Walton Dewitt at Rochester, Minn,, has been very serious. She has been suffering with erysipelas. Mr. Dewitt went to Rochester Wednesday to see her. [ Other West Bend. Earl Pease,. Bradgate, was a business visitor Wednesday. He is trying to sell their residence property here. He has several prospects in view, but no deal has been closed yet. This property formerly belonged to his aunt, the late Mrs. Alice Pease. Mr. and Mrs. John Munson and son Johnny were business visitors at Emmetsburg Wednesday. They went to see an oculist in regard to Johnny's eyes. He is in the sixth grade in school. The Happy Housewife club met CARL MOLINE, SWEA CITY PIONEER, IS D AD AT89 YEARS Swen City, Feb. 6—Carl A. Moline, oie of Harrison township's pioneeis, died at his home just east of Swe i City Friday morning. Had Mr. Mollne lived till February IS he would have reached the age of !9 years. He was born and educated in Sweden and came to Amerlci in 1872, coming at once to Harrist n township, where he has lived e er since. In 18 '5 he was married to Hulda P. Rinifholm, and five children were b rn: Henry, Oscar, Mrs. Elda Over s, Mrs. Oie Kvamsdale', and Emily. Mr. jjtollne held stock in the Swea City creamery and Farmers' elevatoi Co. He was a republican and a member c" " Lutheran church. Funeial services were held Sun- ineinber of the Immanuel day, wi officiati ig. Mrs. Walker's Father 111— — — n-,, ^~ u «, 0 ,,,,.c v-iuu mm Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker and | wit 'i Mrs. Martha Salisbury at the daughter Betty drove to Rodman i home of Louis Krug. The after- Wednesday evening to see Mrs. I 110011 w as spent socially and a Walker's father, Thomas Lawman. I lunch wa s served during the late Mr. Lawman left for the hospital afternoon. at Iowa City Thursday, where he | The. president's ball was held remained till, wa s to undergo an operation. Mr. i Friday evening at the Legion hall h the Rev. R. C. Swanson SENECA "YOU'LL LIKE OUR SERVICE OPTOMETKIST POOR EYESIGHT IS usually Itoznnr Quilt Worked Up— Doan Aid members took pot luck dinner at Mrs. Olive Stall's and spent Tuesday quilting on a quilt for their bazaar, which will be held in the spring. Present were Mesdames Alice Buffington, Ted Hoover, Percy Brink, 0. B. Hott Andrew Hansen, Geo. Johnson, Ma- ne i ^•l stensen ' Mabel Hansen, and Cliff Hoover. They were assisted during the afternoon by Mesdames Tom Young, Wm. Patterson and A. M. Petersen. They plan to continue these quilting bees till two quilts are completed. Stafo Tests arc Given- State eighth grade examinations were conducted by Mayme L Petersen at the public school building Friday Eleven rural pupils wrote the tests: Glen Smith, Wesley, No. 3; Clarence Van Hove, Ramsey, No. <; Irene Gray, Ramsey, No. 7; Donald Tapper, German, No 1- Raemond Wubben, German No i : Robert Bunkofske, German! No' 2 : Lawman is 71 years old and is almost blind. Mrs. Gist Is Recovering— Mrs. Giles Gist, who was taken with Mike Heiderscheidt and his orchestra furnishing the music. Lyman Riley trucked a load of oats to Elgin Thursday to a turkey raiser there. troubles go too long- without attention. If your eyes bother you, have them examined at once. A. W. AMUtfSON Optometrist Above Borchard Drug Store FOR SALE We are now offering to sell 153 Acres — Gronbach Farm 41/0 miles N. W. of Lu Verne, la., on gravel road. Improved, tiled. All tillable Webster and Clarion soil. Remember, we can give possession March 1st. Can be bought on our liberal terms. Annual installments are the same as customary rent. See me at once E. T. HAUPTBIANN e. Authorized Representative Corwith, Iowa. Phone 59 D 0r see your local Realtor 459 there er>. of $4,2, * Lan came 1933. Wh. Imart! ","„ the Start! tions of some , er loans were mental to regul. I'Ow lute What will the „.„ in dollars saved ti Kossuth county in 1 9BB U ^° Se the total - f^8,,400 on the associca core G per cent interest! cent it would cost th' members about $257 304 .that amount of credit this However, Mr. Hutchins" , out the contract rate on land- loans ls now only 4 per cent ^ a temporary reduction to 3V, cent till July, 1940. Likewi/e 1 rT^T.'- ™ to ' "*!>la«-ly flv Over $100,000 Saved. At these rates the carrying charges amount to only $154,703 million dollars outstanding—"a yearly saving of $102,601 to the member-borrowers. !„ other wo,£ the average member is $200 a year six nl ° ff V? n U he wei ' e W&S six per cent for his credit. in !?° l he assoc iation makes a loan the farmer is through with renewals and their worries Tor- —al'in 10a oV s a lon £-term loan tTv ^ ? f 34 yea «—and he can wanV to Dg t0 I)ay tt °« lf he PoSSnd^^ ac f£^ "it. u £ ten years of financing farm hasn't hart 1 ^ Ig0na ass °ciatlon KSHu»*re Policy of Association. . -iu. -i, ^iciiit may- land, German, No. 7; Harry Schutter, German, No. 8; Lydia Dreesman, German, No. 9. Tltonklan's Sister Passes- Mrs. C. J. Hansen received a message Thursday that her sister, Mrs. Tena Hollister, of Jasper Minn., had died February 1. She had not been well all fall, and twc months ago cancer of the stomacr developed. Her husband, Elmer Hollister, died November 16, 193S following a paralytic stroke. The Holhsters have visited here many imes and were well and favorably Known in this community. Lutheran Aid Serves— The Lutheran Aid met Wednesday m the church basement with Mesdames Bertha Callies, Frank Rakow, and Jim Hansen as hostesses. The customary hot lunch was served. Serving continued through the supper hour and many business men attended. Prank Fisher Improved- Frank Fisher, owner of the Fisher garage, who has been bedfast since January 1 with rheumatism was able to sit up a few minutes hn! -I y n ? 6 ls slowly ^Proving put it will be some time before he is able to resume his duties at the garage. Other Titonka News. Mrs. Eunice Phelps Moore, who ha s been in Des Moines receiving treatments at a Des Moines host P'tal the past three weeks is expected home this week-end It is hoped that Mrs. Moore will not me! retUm f ° r further treat ' Mrs. H. I. Torgerson was host- M\ t ?7 h £ r T bridge club Thursday. Mrs H E. Seed was high, and Mrs. Sartor low. Guests were Mrs F. Callies, Mrs. Geo. Bonacker' Saa S iho R ft y KrantZ> and MrS ' Edw! ^ r, a *? . Mrs> H ' A ' French drove a infi " e ? Thursd ay to attend a lumberman's convention Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers entertained a group of neighbors Friday evening at "500," followed by a delicious lunch. Speaks Over Uadio. Wesley, Feb. C_i, L . L county community service chair man of the Legion, spoke over ra cho station KGLO, Mason City llmrsday evening at 9:15 during "'?, '"°'. U , hly Le * io » Program. La- ALICE M. FORBURGER, OF WESLEY, AND JOS. KRIEPS, ALGONA, WED Wesley, Feb. 6-Allce M., oldest j flowers matching the bride's bou- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I quet Forburger northeast of Wesley, Three classmate friends of the and Joseph P., eldest son of Mr Seneca high school boys' basketball teams girls and played at - I • *,i-M.i4io 1/lelJ'eU Ul Gruver Tuesday evening. The Seneca girls easily defeated Gruver •16-27. Two Seneca first team girls were unkble to play because of ill- f boys ale ° de- tie Gruver boys ? irt . hday club met at Mrs. Lees a week ago Monday afternooi and 500 was played at three/tartes, with Mrs. Emil Elmers winning high prize. M« cStte Mrs - oie Leo Bellock, salary 70.0 F. C. Dalley, salary 70.01 Tom Halpln, salary 67.BC Walter Gorman, salary 67.6C C, C. Wright, salary 65.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary 42.EK Ray Barton, salary 66.0 Adah Carlson, salary 70.0 Harold Roth, labor 62.80 Joe Kelly, labor 38.40 CarteiMWaters Co., fuel 748.14 Milwaukee, freight ........... 613.8' Globe Machinery Co., 'mdse. 6.6! Great Stuff Co., mdse 22.2' W. D. Allen Co., mdse 1.66 Landers Frary & Clark, mdse .30 Clark Electric Co., mdse. .... 6.37 Tips Tool Co., mdse 65.67 Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse 312.93 H. W. Post, freight 19.96 Frank Cook, mdse 4.25 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. .... 15.34 Algona Laundry, laundry ., 9.90 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse 2.34 Howard Hdwe., mdse 2.40 Harris Brothers, gas L80 3kelly Oil Co., gas 13.10 Kossuth Oil Co., gas 13.11 Aero Service, gas 1.87 Mid-Continent, gas 1.63 Cresco Union Elec. Co., signs 4.13 Telephone Go., service 11.34 Moe & Sjogren, mdse 3.05 W, W. Sullivan, P. M., post- ago 160.00 I. G. Dewel, mdse. 16.00 Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., mdse 25.08 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse 4.89 A. H. Borchardt, mdse 2.40 Matt Parrott & Sons, mdse... 16.28 Paxson & Paxson, fire ins 650.20 Joe Greenberg, mdse 48.96 Norton Machine Wks, labor .. 17.00 B«rt twal, labor ..,,..,........„„.„. «.14 C?. U. Polled, salary ., ... ftarfy Barton, dalary ..,, ....... „ Frank Ostrum, salary i., ..... .,„• Karl Bowman, labor , 18.60 «S,00 «8.00 52.80 Earl Bowman, moor ,.,. 02.00 Laiini Mitchell, salary , 85.00 WesiwH Metal Cd.,>«id*e. ;... 27.08 Buffalo Meter Co., Mdse, 21.38 Ry. Express Agency, express 1.66 Pittsburgh Meter Co., mdse... 26.33 Neptune Meter Co., mdse. .... 164,58 Skelly Oil Co., gas 10.86 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse... 2.14 Standard OH Co., gas 2.04 0bC*IlU«lU \Sl* V/Wi) £»0 » * mttv-* Jack Walsh, labor .60 Algona FloUr & Feed Co., mdse 32 Lalng & Atuckey, Jabot ... Paxson & Paxson, fire ins. Thorpe Well Co., final A, Van refund GBtfffiRAL FUND 2.02 276,00 2,710.93 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary ., 81.00 Arthur Moulds, salary 55.00 Cecil McGlnnls, salary 50.00 Telephone Co., service „ 3.3! C. F. Specht, expense l.ff Alphonse Lensing, rent 10.4: Jesse Lashbrook, salary 70.0( R Skllllng, labor 34.05 rVillard Gregson, labor 34.2i Jliver Bakken, labor 32.3' Geo. Guilder, labor 34.27 Tohn Helmers, labor 34.65 3has. Harvey, labor 9.W Mck Helmers, labor .• 5,1( lyiier Helmers, labor 6.K fern Scobba, labor 5,u ierman Lyons, labor 7.BC ~loy McVay, labor 27.72 'loyd Turner, labor , „ 2.70 3eo. Holtzbauer, mdse. ....... 21.09 T, V. Naudaln, mdse 10.71 Vorton Machine Wks, labor .. 15.95 Cohlhaaa & Spilles, mdse..... 17.87 3hris Knudsen, repairs 2.89 :ent Motor Co., repairs 4.61 [arris Bros., gas 5.01 ~3utch Super Service, gas 12,32 .so Joe Bloom, md sc ' S1 V Kphlhaas & Spiiic.,"^ ........ . Algona U dse '. and Mrs. Nick J.^Krleps, Algona, will be married "at St. Joseph's Catholic tfhurch here at 8 o'clock bride—Dorothy Youngwirth, Lucille Hildman. Vivian Studer—will be waitresses. Mrs. Edw. Hildman, and Mrs. J. L. Studer friends of ., . 1 -••" -"AIO. u. ju. ;3iuaer irionn<; nf F?li e 7 el w TUeSday ^ - he ReV '! the bride ' Wil1 ""«»« the dinne ceremony '" * 81nsle - rlns Wcdd "«S »«««* Tonight. mi 'Both bride and bridegroom The couple will be attended by well known in this vicmfty Mrs Vera Forburger, sister of the bride, ^. le , p , s , is a 1938 graduate of'Wes- nss c 'HS:£S^:!Di^sr^rsL-,,^ trailing veil, and white as- cessories, and she will carry a bride's bouquet of pink roses. Her attendant will wear tea-rose satin floor-length gown, with a matching spray head-band of flowers and she will carry a bridesmaid's bouquet of yellow daffodils. Reception is Planned. A reception will be given at the nome of the bride's parents at 11:30, with 45 relatives of the cou- Ple as guests. A three-course din" er , wi11 °e served, and a three-tier wedding cake baked by the bride's Mrs. William Houdeck, Gar- Benedict school since graduation has been mg with his fnfim,. „„„, goua. The couple will gi ve a wedding dance at the Kleinpeter hall her! this week Tuesday evening. Relatives Attending. Among relatives attending the marriage will be the N. J Algona; the John n ^° e ,V Ml ' - aild MrS JOh11 and Mr. and Mrs. Martin i. Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. . ,V ck ' ° arner - son Earl; Mr. and Airs. Sylvester Garman Stil- S °"'.. Mr -. and Mrs. Frank ' ing. Mr Mr. ai d Mrs. Howard , Wednesday at Spirit leldon Merrill en- Wednesday even- anil Mrs. Harley Hoeck were ~iests ta Maynard Vander- Ar.mstrong last Wednes- IBVINGTON FflMILYJSJIEAD AT 33 Irvington, Feb. 6 — Mrs. Douglas Helen and Mary drove to Iowa City Friday to visit Mrs. Patterson, who is with Oscar, the latter taking medical treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jensen are ' Curtis Olsen enter- week Tuesday evening, •s. Elmer Lee, Mr. and Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Iron, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, end Mr. and Mrs. Albert The Fred Hedin family spent several days last week visiting , e - ativfis ^ different parts of Minne Mi} and Mrs. Albert Schepp™ * f »"ing at the Hedin farm absence. Mrs. Norman Thompson "•of near Cylinder, Moore family spent and n and the e Sunday at Albert Cody with We Are Ready! WITH LITTER-FREE CIUL! Among the advantages of using our coal delivery service is guaranteed litter-free delivery! We make no hard work for you, no cleaning up is necessary after our trucks leave your back yard. You also are assured of extra heat at no exfra cost when you phone 256. for our clean coal. PEERLESS "CHEMACOL PROCESSED" Council Minutes r . o wa, Jan. 26, 1939- The ••--«• . Ther e are two other . . T „* Riley was notified last week of I ^ Ua . ry £°- Ther e the death of James Coleman 33 a t g ^ m the f amily. his home in Ottumwa, January '26. T, O , I?' Wal ter Smith and daughter Mrs. Riley became well ac- uainted with Mr. and Mrs. Coleman during her long stays at an Iowa City hospital while her son uuane was being treated for bone infection. Mr. Coleman, till the time he became a victim of infantile paralysis, taught school at Ottumwa After he became sick he was taken to ^^..^.^•-^taewasput T, O , ' ' '" e --„ «._**. Mrt^^i «. niuy Witc into an iron lung, where he remained for over six months He was returned to his home last Aug- will remember a Miss ust, Algonian Coleman, school in years ago. —~« «tVU(glll.Cl Mrs. Verle Smith at- a shower Saturday for Gangsted, Armstrong. WEST BEND The Home Study class met with Mrs. Jos. Mikes Thursday This was a monthly meeting. The les- fions for January were read and j' Nofdf The Rev ' and Mrs. a Mr NoiSf W °, Pe , m attenda nce, and MI. Ceding took part in the dis- i is a class of : attend Sunday James, who j One member; Mre WiHtam "m?" 1 ' MISS CA O& nSi at ^w et i«,'^wK,S!!S: teaching in South Dakota^ is survived and two children. East-Seneca MB p , Tu ' her . The Bay View club met at Mrs m. a- Oerdes played two piano so- bile ner sot day Enlists In Navy. Feb. 6—Harold Weiske has th *C loan> bas6d on what the member-borrower can nay back out of the norm.i^wSE — —.. ^e can pay -dtbi-JSMf-x,^ "»• Secondly, our members kaow east to No! sign and dead end. near by, brought doctor's office for"iends helped Mr juries. Both boys t Klinkslek cele- ribs, and Marie suffelding annivers- face. All were takei at Sariftz were at parental home ger's. on bus- of Corwith Girl Weds a Livermore Youth Corwlth, Jan. 30 — Florence daughter of Mrs. Emma Oberhet' ^ n> « a »? ^^l 6 ^ a ' D - Livermore, son of Mrs. Emma Jones, Buffalo Center were married Sunday, January 22 at the Lutheran parsonage, Lu Verne, the Rev. L. Witten- purg performing the ceremony in the presence of the bride's family !°!t- e ^ rid !? r . oon »'s mother. The where Mr. .Falb Is in business. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantle- man and daughter Mary Lou at- ended the wedding of Dolores Lone Rock, and Eldon at the was on "white elephants- Tim Sen" th 0 "^^ ,P f b °^ reviews ^loten, tile WinH " K,. A ^ . ' Mrs. C. was flower girl. a reception _ the held for ^ » .. wtj *iC!U LUl and relatives at the bridn 1 * Parental Walter Krause home The newlyweds left for a honeymoon l »P to southern fl tates Monday. ,^L Roy ° sTb °'-' 1 ^mny and roll call events. The members was on Whaf .-•"*"" ij »« program was- a,, j "" uiuvc to ji-ort Dodge ft Uie^T I 666 C1 l rls Nelson ' ^ * at the Lutheran hspital there Mrs fa e ther. BaldWiU remained with her Roy Osborn and his parents Mr &szz&Kgsis£ arid returned Monday. C. C. Coop- c e hortl g °Hn a .Ll 00 ^ c .\ ro « HoA 9V absence. You Thursday club met Want-Aos° ft vvd.nc-AQb.-, r She Mrs. ,.„ school. daughter of Mr. and Mikes. sJn? ?° lla , nd Jurgens ^miiy Jurgens visited her brother Ross, and his family ' experience ai° dollars is published ary ticket to Kossuth and yOU CAN GET ALONG WITHOUT ELECTRICITY AND SVIfHOUr ADVhKIIbING BUT Why Iky; Botsford Lumber Co. POOL, Mgr. C. U. PolUrd. «ta^ 5 , Algona U. D. Clapw Service " Skelly Oil Co., gll Joe Oreenberg, „, ,„„ Algona Fire Co. TL .Passed and app of January, 1939, Attest: OLD FASii| BARGAIN PHI ^^^^^^^^^^^^^s Overcoats! All Wool Fie $12.65 $17.50 ALGQRATEXJ Knitted Fleece! Full lined $24.50 ANGOPACA! Knitted Fleece! $27.50 ••^Mn^H^n Sheeplind! COATS •••^MHM 40-inch Cordur Sheep Lined $7.45 50 - inch Ulster! Dark brown sr and collar $11.85 50 - inch Li lamb lined. D« shell $17.85 ZENOER' Value Supreme SPRING 1934 ^•3£"Z?«^~;f!£S t% months observing ev *tylings ZENDER'S »"«» After * e » d ! n ""•"•*»•••••••••»»«»+ • Exclusive drape .^, e crealion . > . group • • •« price ZENDE

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