Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1939 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1939
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JRUARY 14; 1939. >n Crawford, 70 Years in COUNTY AbVANGB, ALQONA. IOWA the Cou'nty, Passes at Whittemore |RE IN IND WAS IRIEDHEHE LONE ROCK ROCKETS 4<H CLUB HAS MUSIC MEMORY PROGRAM Lone Hock, Feb. 13—The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4 j H club met Marjorie Pettit, Viola Blerle, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, and Dorothy Mc- Saturday afternoon with Mary Ann, Cllsh- •__ and Maxine Flaig, with nine mem-! Mother's Club in Meeting— visitor, ---' '' CRASH VICTIM BURIAL MADE At ARMSTRONG hers, one visitor, and assistant Feb. 13 — Nelson i leader, Mrs. Arend Neeland pres- at his> home here ; ent. Mrs. A.. A. Krueger played records and told the history of brough assisting. Mrs. Calvin each for the music memory con-i Householder read a paper on contests. The next meeting will be tngious diseases, their prevention '•• f tlt Virginia Frye, March 11. The and care. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt program was: roll call, a kitchen conducted valentine games, task that is leas fatiguing with '-^od posture; music, Story of Wil- I'^m Tell, Helen Mae Hanna; Sketch of Rossini, Lucille Genrich; ••nnf», Anvil Chorus, Doris Blanch-'day Thursday with Mrs. ard; talk, Personal Habits That! Krueger. County H. D. A. Tmnrove Sanitary Conditions, Doris "teles, Algona, was present. The to Blanchard; health task, daily care lesson was on care and feeding o£ i' the hair, Maxine Flalg; conser- the sick, vation, how birds and animals are '•> • • r ul to communities, Marian night at 11:45, 10 months. He had .Jily two days though Ihealth for some years, (fever, been up and Week Sunday. ford was a real Kos- for he had lived in years. He was born , at Richmond, Ind., ents were James and irmet Crawford. he family moved laettled in Alamakee 1869 Neleon came to ere on December 25 of was.married to Ellen Jensen, aey farmed-seven miles gona a few years, then vicinity. In '1883 Mr. ought the farm north- iittemore where his- sons ^"James now live. fyears on this farm Mr. Srawford retired to Whit- 1896. Mrs. Crawford died 2, 1911, and after the [rs. 0. H. Roupe, lived in the*same house. I, David B(> lives at Ab- lont, and" Mrs. Roupe IJ'at West Bend. A son August 19, 1931. There idchildren and 17 great- ren. Mr. Crawford was 11 children of his par- The Mother's club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. H. A. liinnchard, Mrs. Lawrence New- Fcnton I'rojcct Meeting Held— ! The Fenton township Farm Bu! roau project meeting was held all Alex Mrs. NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY A. Other Lone Rock. A. Krueger attended an all- Armstrong, Feb. 13 — Funeral services were held Saturday morning at 9:30 at St. Mary's Catholic "£ "• J Gute 22- empire;. New books at the Algona library: The Dark River, Nordhoff and Hall. Story fft the Winged S, Igor I. Slkorski (pioneering in aviation). Forty Thousand Against the Arctic, H. P. Smolka (Russia's polar church here for Leonard Gute, 22 'ear-old youth, who was fatally in- 1 jured ih a car' accident at Barron, . 'Vis., (L week ago Sunday. Services Wad been set for Friday, but Prospects of American Demo- ,cracy, George Counts. Rediscovery of Man, Henry C. Link. Marls, Grace Hill (light fiction). LAKOTANS AT FUNERAL OF 6US THAVES oboe, bassoon, English horn, and the heoklephone. program committee met with Mrt. Jerry Heetland last week Wedn«*~ day evening. Ud been working In '' day tractor school at Emmetsburg Is Given Thursday— last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson enter- Charles Schultz and son Ronald, of talned at three tables of 600 Blmore, were dinner guests of Mrs. Thursday evening. William Mar-' Krueger and daughter. 'o • and Marjorie Pettit won high Doorthy McClish spent Saturday "rlzes, Melvin Hawks and Viola night and Sunday at the parental Blerle low. Attending: Mr. and home at Bancroft. "'• Melvin Hawks, Mr. and Mrs. Marie Hutchinson spent last Eugene Johnson, Lola Harlan, and week with her sister, Mrs. Frank William Marlow, Leon Larson, Meyer. TWO BANCROFT GIRLS BRIDES IN SAME WEEK consin and planned to return here in a few weeks. Three other occupants of the car were injured. One of the i occupants, Elmer Van Dorston, Barron, Wis., received a head injury which required 59 stitches to close, and also a broken leg! He is a nephew of Frank Van Dorston, of the north part of 'Cossuth, and has worked around here the past two years. Leoijard is survived by his fath- Decline and ral1 of the Brltl3h Wis- Empire, R °bert Brlffault. ' in this country has contributed to its development). They Came Like Swallows, Wil- Jiam Maxwell Old Haven, (fiction). (fiction). David C. DeJong Contest Winners Named- Winners in the amateur contest last week Wednesday night werOj Marvin Persig, Elmore, cowboy | songs and guitar; Judith Schroeder, tap dance; The Stenzil Kiddies, Titonka, songa and stringed instruments; Clarence Diers and „ _, , , L. Cands, Bancroft, accordion and Lakota, Feb. 13—Many from here p j ano harp. attended the funeral of F. Gus Thaves at Burt Thursday after-i Mrs. Smith on Tisit— noon, and the snowstorm prevent- Mrs. Ida Smith left via bus from ed others from attending. Gus liv- Blue Earth last week Saturday for ed most of his life in this vicinity, Excelsior, Minn., to visit 'her where he published the Lakota daughter and family, the Dawsons, newspaper for many years. Mrs. L. and from there she went to Minne- J. Needham, Lakota, is a sister of anolls for some spring buying at a Mr. Thaves, and a son, Keith, is wholesale house, returning home clerking in the Thaves Sisters late last week. store. Of his immediate family living here are two sisters, Emma Quilting Party is Held— and Louise Thaves, and two broth- Mrs. J. H. Warburton entertained a group of women at a quilting party last week Wednesday afternoon. Out-of-town guests wore Mesdames F. G. Torlue and William Altwegg, Plum Creek town- TWEED $14.95 ers, William and Louis Thaves. Fire in Farm Home— The fire siren called out many My Son! My Son! Howard Spring! from Lakota and vicinity to the .(fiction). j Steve Powers farm home two miles sni P- In Search of Soviet Gold, John west of town Thursday morning. A| D. Littlepage. The Long Valley, John er, John Gute, a farmer in Swea , . , , . -.township, and a sister-Mrs. Stella beck (short stories). Lindsteiner, Fairmont. The Rev. Bernard Eischeid conducted the services and burial was made in the Mount Cavalry cemetery here beside his mother, died sbme five years ago. The Lonely Road, Jeffery Parnol (fiction). In Hazard, Richard Hughes (sea story). .neighbor called the telephone of-1 Other T/nkotn Stein- fice telling of the fire in the Pow- Estimates of the snowfall here ers' house. The fire was between Thursday gave from 11 to 15 inch- the ceiling and upper floor, and es on the level. Fnrlay morning was extinguished in a short time, the drifts were from 5 to 29 feet but much damage resulted from, high and the temperature was 12 who Border Patrol, Mary R. Rak( pa- cesan tournament at Fort Dodge this week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. New Cafe to Be Opened— "Len" Freesenberg, Whittemore, has rented the Otto Nemmers building next to the Vogel variety store and will open a coffee shop and lunch room there as soon as it troling the Mexican border). The Faithful Wife, Sigrid Und- set (fiction). The Wall, Mary Roberts hart (good mystery story). is ready for occupancy. The building will be completely redecorated, |Adam Luchsinger. • services were conducted ithodlst church Friday af- the R«v. Allen H. Hope,"and burial was "~ the cemetery east of Whit- Bancroft, Feb. 13—At St. John's, ....„ iPallbearers were Henry "at^oMc church lost week Tuesday -.ml modern improvements will be 'illiam Reimers, John Van morning at 8 o'clock Regina, installed. ,nk Elbert, Frank See- •'-tighter of P. M. Schiltz, of Bancroft, and B. Henry, son of Mr. j Kriiincr Anniversary Observed— i-nfl Mrs. G. H. Dumstroff, Carlyle, > Relatives, neighbors, and other 111., were married by the Rev. S. \ friends took Mr. and Mrs. F. J. \. Grady. i Kramer by surprise on the couple's Evelyn Schiltz, cousin of the 37th wedding anniversary last -•••'" "nd Lawrence Goclie, another <"onpin of the bride, were attendants. ho bride was attired in white <">"fuled satin, with train and a v'n ness-style, low-trimmed veil •vith train. She carried a bouquet of yePow Johanna Hill roses and Ti'pet peas. The bridesmaid wore monia. a black moire, floor-length gown, •i - •' T wreath of aweet peas in her hair. She carried a bouquet of "^ilisman-Kokomo carnations. V wedding dinner was served at at Chief to I/eave — Seymour, superintendent Whittemore municipal light |er plant, has resigned to I- like position at Madison, plans to leave Whitte- Irch 1. At Madison he will charge of a sewage dis- ant, the waterworks, a Iker system, and an ice ladison has a population |* and is a county seat. Mr. has been in charge of the ire. 13 years, arid it has ed under his management. |ice has the town been flights and power, and then ' less than five minutes. Armstrong and Dolllver Divide— Armstrong girls and boys' basketball teams divided a return bill i _. . . _ _, , _ with Dolliver last week Tuesday 5 - Disputed Passage, Lloyd Doug- night. Armstrong girls beat Dol- Uver j girls 34-11. Peterson, Caboth, land Irmiter starred for the winners by holding the Dolllver girls to but three field goals smoke and water. Trio Gives Concert- to 15 below zero. Dr. R. L. Williams accompanied Jasper Smidt to Rochester Thurs- The 5th annual Parkinson Mus- day to bring home Mrs.' Smidt, ical Ensemble presented a pro- : who recently underwent a major Rine- gram at the public school last operation at the hospital there. week Monday forenoon. The pro-' A group of senior Christian Engram was conducted by three deavor young people attended _a young women, two from Wisconsin rally at the Presbyterian church in throughout the entire game. • The locals collected 14 goals. Joyce las. Song of Years, Bess Streeter and one from Colorado. Their pre- Algona a week ago Sunday even- Aldrich (pioneer story of Iowa). sentation wa s of the double reed ing. Going Home, Ernst Harthern instruments, consisting of the The Acorn club 1939-40 calendar (non-fiction; homelessness of Jew- • —l-——..»^.^i——--—-.———^—— ish refugees). ' " —i— '— : I Am a Stranger Here Myself, Hansdn made 14 points and Donna °Eden Nash (amusing modern Miller 13. The boys' game was a thrlllir. 'with Dolllver holding a one-point lead till the half, 14 to 7. Marvin Trees and David Holland starred for the locals, and Ralph McKean led the winners. week Sunday evening. Cards furnished entertainment. A gift was presented to the honorees. Small Boy is Sick- Charles, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien, has 'i"en sick a few weeks with pneu- . Other Bancroft News. A W C 0 F. meeting was held Thursday afternoon instead of in evenlng , the change being |Glve Card Party— nd Mrs. Andrew Elbert en- at cards las.t week Mon- aing. Attending: Mr. and Meier, Mr. and Mrs. Otto the home of the bride's father for j d becau se of the cold, blizzardy •'5 relatives. The couple will live •Uh Mr. Sohiltz. Mary Rahe Also Weds. ' T .n.'T, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. To.*. Rahe, was married to Walter, of Mr. and Mrs. John Menke, lUghter Irene,.Mr. and Mrs. t St . John ' s Catholic church Mon- ' Tjl 1 Vi *•.».*. TlJT« «nf4 1U*>n T> n 1 «V» .'.' . ._..... -r^ _ _ lElbert, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph son Junior, |Berninghaus, daughter Vi- Irs. Amelia Bernlnghaus, • Johanna and son Ru- Mr. and Mrs. William j Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Win- puis and Harold Schmeiling, morning at 8 o'clock, the Rev. 1" d M /«" S.'. A. Grady officiating. They were ittonded by Elizabeth Rahe, sister of the bride, and Ralph Menke, Brother of the bridegroom. The bride wore a white satin rlrcws, with lace yoke and train, i TT o r veil was silk tulle, with a cap and Albert Lauck, Marvel ettect * head-dress, and her bouquet and Erwin Laabs. ; 7n n-j-ted of yellow tea roses and weather. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Stauder, Mrs. Arthur Renger, Mrs. Alva Kahler, Mrs. Walter Schiltz, Cyrilla Vaske, and Theresa Stelpflug. Two farm sales are booked. J. P. Mousel, a half mile south of Bancroft, on the paving, will have a closing-out auction, and Leo Elsbecker, four miles east and a mile south of town, also plans a sale. Mrs. Mary Kockler has been spending a few days with her sisters, Mrs. Peter Staudt, Marble Rock. .Store Opened— Loar, Eagle Grove, has a new grocery store in the Coppen building on west itreet here. He handles a C. Taft merchandise and eata. Mr. Loar was "former- ployed by Wilson & Co., of if Grove. Later he will add a . station to his store and die poultry. He is an ex- culling, s. Cats Aid Attendance— f St. Paul's Lutheran woman's met at the Lutheran school -week Thursday, but be- a heavy snowstorm only of the members sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore a coral taffeta, floor-length dress 1 , "ith headdress of contrasting flowers, an'd her accessories were white. She carried a bouquet of nink carnations. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the "lonKj O f the bride's parents, and the couple left on a two weeks honeymoon tour. '.They will be at home after March 1 on a farm three miles north and two milea fia<?t of Bancroft. for Young Mother- Funeral services for Mrs. Fred Decker, Mason City, the former ->-.->M n da Ln.nne, Bancroft, were turned out. i, e id a t the Hply Family Catholic Iternoon was spent at games, Mmrch, Mason City, last week Inch was served by the host- • Tuesday mornnig, and burial was Mesdames August Bernau made at Mason City. jtto and Bell. Elmer Bell, and Girls Win Two Games- public school boys' and Ibaskethall teams played Ayr- the local floor last week night, and Whittemore oth games, the girlfl by a of 37-26, the boys by a 2|lead, ••;•'- . ; of Mrs. Alllaud Dies— { and Mrs. H. C. Aillaud went Becker, who was only 32, died at a Mason City hospital a week ago Saturday noon, following .. .. « * *• »__•__!•- _«_ «i j . rPVia City birth of her fourth at child. Mason ni"ht years. Mrs. Becker was born May 2, at Bancroft, and was married 'ifirm June 2, 1931. Surviving are V husband and four daughters; Barbara, Marlene, Virginia, and fhe baby, A sister, Leona Lappe, Mfl.son City, and two brothers, "^o"pre. Elmore. and Charles, of LEDYARDBABY HAS TUBE IN HIS WINDPIPE 18 Moines last week Monday to ; Burt, also survive, the funeral of Mrs. Lou iUry, aunt of Mr. Alllaud. They ned next day. Ralph Bartlett was hostess Ont-of-town relatives attending th« funeral were: Mr. and Mrs/Arthur Weasels 1 , a °on, and Mr, and Mrs. Frank Menr '•n t»n of Fairmont; Mr, arid Mrs. fteorge Lappe, Elmore; Mra. W. D. ir bridge club last week Tues-1 "'"earn; St. Paul; Mr. and" v Mrs. and ""Hi T »e"iter, Fort Dodse; Mr; and one Mrs. William Becker, Buffalo Cen* Ella Burke won high, I Bartlett won cut, A Ledyard, Feb. 13 — Lars Skaar took his two and a half year son, Sydney, to Rochester to the Mayo clinic last, week Tuesday. An incision was made in Sydney's throat about four months ago to remove a kernel of corn from his windpipe. At the time a tube was put in the incision. Sydney remained at the hospital for observation to see if the tube could be removed, and Mr. Skaar returned home. Aid in Putting Out Fire- Wednesday morning Ledyard people rushed to the Steve Powers farm, between Ledyard and Lakota, to help put out a fire in the 1 house. The fire was in an up-| stairs room, and is believed to have started from clothing getting against a stove pipe. The floor was badly burned. Crowd Attends Card Party— The card party at the Sacredi Heart parlors drew a crowd a week ago Monday night, This was the final card party of the season, Mrs. William Flynn won high In bridge and Mra, Steve Powers won high in "500.". Several other prizes were given, The men served the lunch. Services for Cllve Krongh— Funeral services were held last Thursday at 2 o'clock at the Presbyterian church for Olive Krough, 37, who died Tuesday morning at 9 o'clocjk at his home here.' Mr. Krough had been ill with the flu for a| week, and his condition was not considered very serious. He hnd been a resident of this community for six years. Other Armstrone News. He Is survived by his wife, two daughters, Betty, 11, Luella, 13, and a son John, 15; his father, Tohn ! Krough; two sisters, Mrs. Bertpn Cronk, of Armstrong, and Mrs. I Delmar Olson, of Ringsted; four! brothers, Fred and Ralph, of Maple Hill, Raymond, of Omaha,. and Levi, Waseca, Minn, The Rev. ] R. Ri. Irwin conducted the-services, and jburial was made in the Armstrong Grove cemetery. Mrs. John Sturm and daughter Armella visited Wednesday with MrsJ Wayne Vallie, In Estherville. Mrs.i Vallie is the .former Adelaide Sturm. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hansen and daughter Joyce visited Sunday with their children in Cedar Falls, nale Hansen and Mrs. Thelma Sires. The Armstrong school was dismissed Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clcck because of threatening •" r fia:her. No school was held Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thiel, John, and Naomi, visited Wednesday with the ' former's brother, Walter Thiel's, west of Ringsted. Nellie Offensteln, Swea township, has been suffering with pneumonia. She is a senior in the Armstrong high school. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen, Lou, andfervin, Algona, visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind| Mrs. Wilbur Gander and Peck Brown, Bode, were Wednesday visitor^ at William Haglind's. poetry). The White House. Ethel Lewis (non-fiction). Benjamin Franklin, Carl Van Doren (biography). The World Was My Garden, David Fairchild (travels of a plant explorer). Ex-Kossnth Girl's Son State Senate Member in Indiana A recent letter from Mrs. Geo. E. Boyle, Pennvlile, Ind., revealed that her sister Mrs. May Brown's son Francis W. was elected to the Indiana state senate last November and Is now serving in the lesrtela- ture. He ran on the republican ticket. Indiana Is a close state politically, and it is therefore an achievement to win in an election. The young man, It is reported, had a majority or some 3300 votes over his democratic opponent. Mrs. i Brown and Mrs. Boyle were members of the well known Butler family in the Whittemore neighborhood, and Mrs. Boyle's husband, a banker at Whittemore, was one of the best known men in north Iowa in his time. Basketha ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL VS. FILE FOLDERS—WE HAVE 500 legal size file folders, off color. Sell regularly at $2.50 per 100. While they last at $1.50.—The Advance. 18tf CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL TOMGHT Tuesday, Feb. 14th HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM TWO GAMES— Second teams play at 7:30, and first teams at 8 : 30. Admission: Students 20c, adults 25c. Your classic, casual suit is in herringbone tweed. Topcoat tailored as your brother's, over a slim, matching skirt. FRIDAY NIGHT Algona vs. Hampton on the Local Floor. This is the last game of the season on the local floor. Be sure to see this game as Hampton and Algona are evenly matched. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH In Tune with SECURITY BOXES—ALL - STEEL to protect your valuable papers, "rder at the Advance. 18tf Fresh ... New Dresses .... Print or \ Blcolor . . . Swing Into Spring ES It's time you had a new dress, and =s these fashions are a good reason I not to wait any longer — they're i so lovely, so colorful! Ik luncheon was served at the hotel, ly Oliver, Whittemore, 'and Charles Lappe, Burt. Foth, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. John Foth, Algona, Mrs. Besch, Fenton, attended a To^nnhine Becker, son Lawrence, . * ' ™ • * . _ '_ . « •• J» •»•• A TT • VT^A J.V. HJT« n*\ n ling of rural service oM dealers Mr. and Mrs. A, H, Foth, Mr. and iumboldt last week Monday , 1 * T '"' George Foth, daughter Betty, I Mr and Mrs. Henry Lappe, Mr. Mr«. F^nk. Mrs A. H. Fuchs, Meyer Lieb, Mrs. Jos. Fox, Mrs.» Charles Baker, week r ""'"i Nemmers. Mrs. A. W. Ken- ng, , and Mrs. William d Mr. and Mrs Edw. Creek, butcher last lay and Wednesday, n"dv. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Deltering, Will Higglns drove io Fort Mr. and Mrs, Albert Deltering, - last week Tuesday, and was Mrq. Pbilin Sheridan, the A. B. apanied by her brother, Jamea . I^anpes, Otto Barentlne, Betty and orge Sehultz and Christ Mey- confined to bed with the , P"fioja Sheridan, Mrs, Merwyn Hoidine, and Mr. and Mrs. 3, A. Schneider, aU of Bancroft. " ------ L ' " * Four YHorleg for St. John's— The "<Jold,en Tide," the St. John's .haflkptball team, have won four consecutive games. They defeat- pd Burt, 88-11, Tuesday evening, , . January 31, an4 L,epa JcOinwn led surrounding country was with,- if or st. John's with 11 points. On mail service Friday morning Friday ntgbt, February $• they de- heavy snow made It to- feated Presentation academy, Whu- irwith UoUted by fhe libje for trains and. nja« trucks! tempre, 46-22. ft »d Gerry each here. 4 string win.4 fe\ev ^nij "SnJk,e tt led for Bancroft, win > Thursday even&g and whipped,. 16 and 10 pointy respeptiwly, snow into tfltftt? Jft Other Ledyard News, The Forensic board sponsored •>Frye, the Magician", Wednesday afternoon in the high school auditorium, and the entire school body attended. Dorothy Stubbe, who bad been visiting relatives at Baxter, returned home Sunday and is now employed in the new restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog, of Mason City, visited the parental Herman Herzogs last week Tuesday. The Edward Hagges, of Buffalo Center, visited last we«k Tuesday at Arthur Zielske'e. The Ledyard school was .closed Thursday noon because of snow- blocked roads. Francis Yahnke, of Elmore, visited the Ledyard school last week Tuesday. Glen Behse has been ill in bed OR A IEAN START! young men starting the New Year should resolve to depend on our ^ry cleaning service for ijrown-up smart appear- anbe! (We take care of 3ulled-off buttons, etc., :'or young lads.) the past week with rheumatism. Seniors held a skating party Lakota last week Tuesday night. K. D. Smith, Pea Mplnes, on business Tuesday. . 4ri|t& w|ilch on Sunday afternoon, February 5, • - * • • __ a • __ * _ Jl f*± «• _™l_ ^1_i_- 1 wn n • J in COPY SERVICE— USERS OF tWs classified se.ction have access to special copy, prepared through »?.,each JUxe, A* THE ELK Clemen TheNeiv RHYTHM STEP SHOES Royal Blue Kid, $7.50 Bolero dress with braid == and bright bodice, S Frint dress in bayadere = stripe, swing skirt. 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