Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1939 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1939
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MOB tOVfl KOSSCTM COPNTT APVANCB HERE IS BARGAIN INSPECT IT X«4—Gronewald 160 acres, 1 mile southwest of Hatching, la.; 100 acres tillable, 60 acres pasture and alfalfa; Improved, Reasonable down payment, balance on long term contract. Priced to sell Sec me at once. E, T, HAUPTMANN Authorized Representative. Convlth, Iowa or See your local Realtor Mrs. Leon Worden, Ex-Irvington v Dies BUSINESS DIRECTORY INFECTION IS FATAL, RESULT OF DIABETES i Irvington, Mar. 6—Mr. and Mrs. I Wallace McArthur drove to Ledyard Friday afternoon to attend funeral services for Mrs. Gertrude , Campbell Worden, 50, who died early in the week. The services were held at the home, and burial was made in the Ledyard cemetery. Mrs. Worden had had diabetes for years, but the immediate cause , . of death was blood-poisoning, the j ".,,„" result of an inected pimple on her BOTH ARMSTRONG B. B. TEAMS CLOSE HOME SEASON WITH WINS Armstrong, Mar. 6 — The local sophomores; and 'Marilyn girls' and boys' basketball teams played final home games last Tuesday with Seneca, Both games Knipel, freshman. Jinny March 1 Mores— The Clifford Hendricksens mov- DOAN with pneumonia. A father and son banquet waft Jt\ IttlUd C»1AU w«»- — » i given at St. John's hall last week Monday evening in honor of tn« parochial basketball squad. A three-course dinner was served by the mothers at 7 o'clock to 61 persona. The Rev. S. A. Qrady was toaatmaster, and talk* were Slfett , W. A, by the Rev. 1 J*. , . Murray, V. ^ Meyer, L*oftJonn.j son, Thomas Devlne, and Richard Nurfe. Father Schultes then presented gold sweaters, and, Arthur Divine was presented with a *p«c* iai gift from a friend at < Fort name bodge whose vealed. The Nick Sandta at Lawrence called to"caio lunnlS heart attack. •Mr. ind Mrs. Fred Glrres entertained at four tables of 500 Friday evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Becker, Portland, were club guests. The womnrl's high score was won by A u&fVK*j VT .nil vjciicv^tv. .uuiii ^au-A^o J. lit; \_/lllHJ!Vl XJLCUU1 iVJiiociio liiwir ~i ~ — ^j -- - were close, with the Armstrong I e d March 1 to the farm vacated by Mrs. ym. J. Martlnek, and Mr. teams winning both. Armstrong i the Ole Opsale. The Opsal famity Martlnek won for^ men. Mrs. Beck- boys led 18-16 at the half and j moved to a farm in Iowa Lake er wasj played good ball, winning 34-26.1 township vacated by 'Joe Askeland, travel. low, and Henry Mertz won The local line-up: David "Holland' who moved~~to Armstrong Into this Mrs. Jos. Balk was reported sick and Bob Lux, seniors; Wayne! house vacated br the Jos. Hiltonsi. with tie flu and under a doctor's Dale, junior; Marvin Fries, Harold The Hiltons moved into the housb care l^st week-end. Irene John- Johnson, Francis Fitzgibbons, Bill' Irwin and John Thorson, all freshman. G. H. Adams is coach. The girls' game was slower. At score was 14-14, and in neck, which would not heal because of her diabetic condition. Besides the husband. Mrs. Worden leaves a son. Aubrey 'Waterhouse, Ledyard. and a daughter, of Armstrong. The final was 26-19 vacated by Mrs. C. A. Nicoson and son hfjs been doing housework for son, Bobby, who moved to Rolfe tb Mrs. Guy Carlson, who has been j operate a dress shop. Other Armstrong News. Dale Hansen and Clifton DeBatejs arrived Thursday from Cedar Falls having moved farm churcl in favor of Armstrong. The Seneca: to visit a few days between semes!- he purchased where the Andrew girls defeated the locals in the fin- ters at the respective A. N. Hansen Hansels were tenants. The An- als of the sectional here a week ago, 26-21, but once before during IH-JIKJ^ , u\,u • in u, IIILU « V»M i*£, t4 i_t i , . , . .. Geraldine Waterhouse-Rhodes, Los ' he s | ason the( Armstrong girls adopted I beat Seneca - Armstrong thus has and Frances DeBates homes. Joseph Camden, employed drew John oooo Facts That Concern the flu. The Carlsons have i to Mrs. Carlson's father's half mile.south of the Doan and Henry Baade, who had here, has moved to a farm lansens have moved t o the bhnson farm, near the state Sanborn's Cash store two yearb, park, and the Edmond Larsons to will now work in Sanborn's storle the Lcmis Larson farm, a half mile LAWYERS W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUAKTON & MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 314. Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAR Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa Attorneys-at-Law LINNAN & LYNCH Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Office over Kossuth Mm. Ins. bldg. Algona, Iowa. HARRINGTON & LOM'E Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe Phone 2S7 • R. J. H. 440 The local lineup: Donna Miller, west df the church. The Alvin An- Angeles. Calif.; also an uuul ,,...v.. , . . ,, , . \ son Harvev Ledvard ' two vlctones to Seneca s one, but! in Estherville. The funeral had to be postponed! the la 't cr 's victory brought a tro- Harold Mitchell, clerk for Repre- dersois, who had the farm last ' ; TI>HT _ n «t«i.l.* n T A!.«H. ~w '/~l T T> A-.ru n»r1 TloTVlOfl ho^fA tYliVTrtt/l tn n *•»! o«« «*>o t» several days to await Mrs. Rhodes, who arrived early Friday. Mrs. Worden was born in sentative Lehman C. J. Rovn, arid named Mr. Rovn are visiting this VAX NESS & BHVN80N Lawyers Office in new Heise block Phone 213 Algona. Iowa G. D. Shumway E. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 5S Algona, Iowa L. A. M'INKEL County Attorney Attorney-at-Law Hutchison building Phone ISO HIRAM 1?. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison buildins Phone 206 Algona, Iowa P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office. 460-J.; Res. : 15 A. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Security State bank bldg. Phone 251 Algona. Iowa Illi\ nois, but she was brought to this j vicinity when a small girl, by her I parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Camp] bell. A brother, Ralph, resides in the Seneca neighbrhood. The Campbells lived here many \ years, on what is now the Herman' 1 Plathe farm. Later they purchased what is now the U. B. Frankl house in Irvington, where for some j years they ran a boarding house. j When Gertrude was a young [ woman she married Howard Wat| erhouse. Algona, and the couple j went to Washington, where they i purchased a store. j Later Mrs. Waterhouse returned i to Algona, where she married Mr. I Worden. and they moved to Led- I yard, where they have since lived. Fred Ilia: Birthday Observed— A group went to Fred Illg's last Wednesday evening to surprise him and help celebrate a birthday; but when the celebrators arrived they found that Mr. and Mrs. Illg, with rhe son Herman, had gone out for the evening, so the crowd went on to Alfred Reding's. where they found the Illgs and had the party. Attending were the George Wagen- ers, Mr. and Mrs Harold Frideres, the Harold Redings, and Raphael ; Thilges. i Betty Miller 'Sweet Sixteen"— j Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Miller enter- j tained Sunday evening in honor of their daughter Betty Mae. who was celebrating her 16th birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson. Barbara Harvey, the Frank and Elliot Skillings. the Everett Lees, Mrs. Fred Skilling. all of Algona, and the L. E. Colwells, :iere. Joyce Hansen, Shirley Peterson,'In Armstrong. Marjorie Caboth, and Mavis Bur- Craig Irwin, student at the State gess, juniors; Corene Miller, Fran- college, Ames, visited a few days at ces Horswell, and Doris Thorson,' the parental R. L. Irwin's. SUPPORT have moved to a place near MAURICE C. MeMAHON Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise bldg. Phone 325 Algona. Iowa DOCTORS JOHN N. KENKFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 000 Res. phone 326 C. H. CRETZMEYKB, M. 1). Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith block Phones 444-310 Algona, Iowa MELY1X G. BOURSE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office. 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS PR. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theatre bldg. Phones: Business. 166; res., 7SS Algona, Iowa DR. C. I). SCHAAP Dentist Hutchison bldg. Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174 KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Heise bldg. Phones: Office, 44; res.. 116 A. J. E.VSOX Dentist Office over James Drug Store Pkones: Office, 50; residence, S50 VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX J. 1$. WLN'KKL Veterinarians We.st State street, Algona Phones: Office. 475-W; res., 475-R INSURANCE KOSSUTH t'OUXTY MUTUAL 1NSUKAXCE ASSOCIATION $19,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson. secretary LOANS ANI) INSURANCE MUKTAGH & SOX Farm Loans Heal Estate Insurance and Bonds Hutchison building Phone 105 Your Money's Worth in HEAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE LOANS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST iff ice over la. State Bk. Phone 93 Algona, Iowa See D. ». PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goods, and Automobile Insurance. Bo not neglect your policy for often Iocs occurs when insurance lapses. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded in 1901. Entered as Second - Class Hatter December 31, 1908, at the Postottice at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. f hones 306-307 Bnane Riley Much Improved— Duane Riley. who had been expecting 'a call back to Iowa City for a check-up, has received word that he will not have to return till after school closes. He is now feeling pretty well and gets around both with and without crutches. Hoinens Livimr at M'asrener's—• Firman Heinen has had a small house moved to the George Wagener farm, and he and Mrs. Heinan are taking possession immediately. Mr. Heinen will work for Mr. Wagener. The couple were married recently. MANY CHANGES ON FARMS IN PORTLANDTWP, Portland Twp., Mar. 6 — Movers to and from Portland, also changes within the township, are: The C. E. Sigsbees, to their farm in Burt township; the Edw. "Wolfes. to the Stone place; the Harry Christiansens, of Ute, to the place they purchased, which the Wolfes vacated; the Louis Hubers, to Titonka, where Louis bought an implement shop; the Charles Stroebels, to the farm the Hubers left; Mrs. Stoebel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gunn, near Titonka, moving to a farm east of the Phelps place. The Clair Winkles, from Burt township to a Portland farm; the Garnie Hoods, to a farm they bought near Rutland; the E. L. Dickmeyers, moved to the farm (which they purchased) where the Hoods lived; the Earl Millers, of the courthouse employes there. Attends Des Moines Meeting — Wayne Keith went to Des last week Monday to attend a twd- day Farm Bureau business meeting. One important phase of the sessions was a meeting of an auto insurance company. week Burt. Mrs. Ruth Sparks, son Dean, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks are now on a farm near Armstrong. Mrs. William Altwegg and Mrs. Jos. Goetz helped Mrs. Sparks move. Mrs Bryan Asa and Mrs. Theo. Hoover attended a committee meet- Ing at| Mrs. Winchell's, near Burt, Thursday. Doan is an assisting hostess for a county federated club meetii g at Titonka this week Tuesday. \cw Slide for School— The pupils of the Portland No. 8 school have had a new slide since Friday. It was purchased with funds raised by a school program last fall. BANCROFT Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goche are parenjs of a daughter, born Satur. _ day, named Jane Loretta. Mrs., Letha Mann is teacher. Raymond Kramer, Lu Verne, and I -THE AGED i -THE UNEMP1 Birthday Tarty- I Neighbors gave a birthday party Friday for Mrs. D. H. Neitzel at nei Home. Other Portland. ' Women who helped Mrs. C. E. , Sigsbee with moving included Mes- ' dames Robert Ackerman, Calvin Householder, Raymond Bierstedt, Wyott Stott, and ,Tom Trenary. Donald and Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kollasch are parents of a son, also born Saturday, first child. Mrs. Kollasch is the former Sylvia Nurre. Mrs COPY Walter Deitering is abed SERVICE— USERS OF this classified section have access to special copy, prepared through . , Virginia Trenary also helped. The carefu.1 study of each line. Ask this service. It Is provided extra cost to you. — Advance 20tf women joined the men for dinner about at a Burt restaurant. ! The Frank Burger family has Pub. Co. moved to the Tom Steven farm. I The house there was recently plas- I t tered by Le Roy Lee, Burt. The • from Burt township to the place; Charles Scotts have purchased and vacated by the Dickmeyers; the; moved to the farm vacated by the Ora Petersens, moving back to the ! Burgers. Ray McWhorter farm, where they have employment. THE STATE OF IOWM COLLECTED THROUGH FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL AGENCIES, A SHARE Of m NATION'S -HUGE *4OO MILLION YEARLY BEER REVENUE COMES BACK TO BENEFIT THIS COMMUNITY I78.2V6. IN BEER REVENUE FOR (SOURCE OF DATA: STATS TRCASURER'S Oft/a] -PUBLIC EDUCATION BEER'S nation-wide taxes of a million dollars a day make it possible for the government to provide many things that would otherwise increase everybody's taxes. In preserving this revenue for the nation, the brewers recognize that the retailing of beer must give no offense to anyone. It is not, of course, the brewers' responsi- INSTITUT bility to enforce the law. But they are e ating with all enforcement officials.,, t to it that the laws you have made are t observed, May we send you a booklet discussing I forward-looking program of the bre\vin| dustry? Address: United Brewers Indus Foundation, 19 East 40th St., New York, h BEER...a beverage of moderation Card Parties are Given- Mr, and Mrs. Ivan Long entertained neighbors at six tables of 500 a week ago Saturday evening. The high prizes went to Mrs. Earl Shipler and Russell Shipler, and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart and G. O. McFarland were low. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker entertained at four tables of 500 Saturday evening, February 25. The high family prize was won by Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres were low. Teacher's Birthday Observed- Hammer Family Stays Here— The John Hammers, who had planned to move, have re-considered and are remaining at by Edw. Ditsworth. Mrs. Tom Trenary and her daughter Virginia attended a laud- scaping training school at the Bancroft schoolhouse last weqik Monday. Mrs. Floyd Duncan accompanied them. Mrs. Bernard Phelps and her mother, Mrs. Minnie Sterring, Of Thompson, spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M. E. Larsen. Mrs. Brayton was an evening guest at Larsen's. The Ernil Elmers family has moved from near Seneca to the Frank J. Mann farm, vacated by the John Heiderscheidts, who moved to a place south of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker and the son Harold attended a card Xatalie Mann, Plum Creek rural ! party at the Fred Girres home Fri- teacher, had a birthday last week day evening. Mrs. Becker was low Sunday, and by way of celebration at cards for women, a group which included Magdalene Mrs. David Weber entertained at Eden, Letha Mann, Natalie, Lyle the most recent Helping Hand club Tryon, Ronald Ortman, and Le meeting, and the women honored Roy Lee attended the show, Huck- the birthday of Washington in that ilullins Leave for Klemme— The Ivan Mullins moved last week Monday to Klemme, where Mr. Mullin is now employed by a brother. Other Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagener and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wagener drove to Mason City on a business mission Friday. Cletus Reding, of Whittemore, attending school there, came this far with them to spend the week-end with his parents. Mr .and Mrs. Nick Reding. Shirley and Franklin Wagener spent Friday at John Reding's. Louie Egel and Orlan Van Steinberg, both of Flint, Mich., are spending two weeks at the Charles el home. The boys, with others, drove new cars to Sioux Falls recently, and these two stopped here on the return trip. Tom Bagur, Paducah, Ky., recently spent a few days at" R. J. Skilling's, where Mrs. Bagur 'and the children have been visiting for several weeks, and will remain till the flood threat is over in Kentucky. Mrs. Naruoi Lofing, Mason City, visited a few days last week at A. McLean's, returning to Mason City Thursday, accompanied by Mrs. Mae Grobe. Mrs. Nina Schiehtl went to Bancroft last week Sunday for a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Wilhelmi. The E. H. Thomas family, Hanlontown, called on many friends here a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Lillian Zink has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Beck, several days. Lone Rock Woman Sick— Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Ray McWhorters, has gone to the I Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee was sick last, week, and her daughter, Mrs. R^iy' Bierstedt, Lone Rock, was caring . who for her and looking after the had s pent several weeks with the housework. Kathryn Elvidge, Cedar Fa|ls Hanna farm near Lone Rock to student, spent the spring vacation help care for Mrs. George Hanna, ! with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. who is sick and must be abed for Ross Elvidge. Georp some time. Prepare for Federated Meet— bers, and Mrs. Edw. Smith Messrs, and Mesdames Lanning and Ralph Roberts were i Thursday guests at Tom Clayton's, Mrs. Byron Asa and Mrs. Ted Armstrong. Hoover, Doan Women's club mem-| Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning met and John Draper spent Friday at tions and favors for the county federated luncheon at Titonka this week Tuesday. Attend Courthouse Dedication — Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning and John Draper were at Humboldt a week ago Saturdya to attend dedication of a new courthouse. The Lannings know most with Mrs. Samuel Winchell Thurs- Emmetsburg with the George Gcjd- day to start work on table decora- dens. ] Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Larsen apd Mrs. Louis Larsen, Burt, spent Friday at Britt with the Lars Johnsons. Lois Mann, who teaches near Fort Dodge, was a recent weejk- end guests of her home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stroetyel entertained 20 neighbors at a party a week ago Saturday evening. J&* MR. MERCHANT The EYES of THE COMMUNITY WOULD BE ON YOUR AD- IMJTiUS, ISSUE / m c^T ueroa Ballr oom Fig LIVERMORE Thursday/ Mar. 9 CONTINUOUS DANCING BATCTLE OF MUSIC 9 p. ra. to 1 a. ra. 2 Orchestras - 20 Musicians RoUo Slawll and His Orchestra Evan Morgan and hi* Orcheatra The Biggest Dance of the Season Admiaaion: Gent* 60c Ladies 406 (tax ind.) the Exciting Soft-Drink Ttn ALGOH OOOD ron This very day, taste^hu TASTE! Thrill to a flavor you'll find new, unique, delicious. Luscious taste isn't all—you get a liquid snack chat really helps when energy needs a boost. Do as millions do • • stop at 10, 2 & 4 for Dr, Pepper.

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