Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 18, 1939
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"PAOB TWO cbttanr ADVANCB. ALQONA; IOWA Home Fire Hazards Explained tci Portlanders AMES SPEAKER. SHOWS SLIDES ON BIG FIRES Portland Twp., Apr. 17 — The third 4-H training school, which was on fire prevention, was held last week Wednesday at the Bancroft schoolhouse. Selma Ekquist, of the Ames extension service, was in charge. Miss Ekquist pointed out that many home accidents could be avoided. To that end she suggested marking all poisons, using safety matches, being careful when dry-cleaning, use of non-slip rug cushions and rugs, picking up children's toys, getting better lighting, a hand-rail on basement stairs. For emergency use, Miss Ekquist said, there should be home remedies on hand. In .burns, scalds, bruises, and minor wound cases these remedies are needed. Club girls should inspect their homes and other buildings for fire hazards, the speaker also said. She showed slides illustrating poor chimneys and of fires which had caused great loss in Iowa. One chimney had a hole in it, where a tenant had taken bricks out to get honey, and had then moved on, leaving repairs for someone else. A contrasting chimney in good condition had a wire covering to keep sparks from falling on the roof. At this meeting plans were laid for Rally day on June 6 in both afternoon and evening. This will perhaps take place at Hurt. A dance, the Gavotte, was practiced, Mrs. A. L. Brown, Algona, playing the piano. Fifteen girls attended as representatives of the Fenton Forwards, POST-NUPITAL SHOWER GIVEN AT WEST BEND FOR MRS. DAUBENdEIK West Bend, Apr. 17—A post-nuptial shower was given at Mrs. J. C. Kongsback's Thursday evening for Mrs. RoberWDau'bendiek. In a mock wedding Miss Elsie Maberry was minister; Ida Hoffert, .bridegroom; Charlene Mumson, bride; Bessie Carpenter, best man. All in the cast are telephone girls, with whom the bride was associated. Mrs. Daubendiek received many lovely gifts. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Ida Riley, Mrs. iMunson, and Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek. Last week Monday evening the telephone force gave the bride a theater party at Algona. Vresbytcrlnn Aid Meets— The Presbyterian Aid met at Mrs. H. R. Bell's Wednesday, Mrs. Ray Barber assisting, and Mrs. H. J. Needing led devotions, after which the Rev. Mr. Needing, offered prayer. Dues were continued at a dollar, with the usual birthday offerings. The fine for not serving was fixed at $5. The AW will help finance repainting the exterior of the church. It will also buy new hymnals, and Mr. Noeding, Mrs'. Carl Vohs, and Mrs. Myron Boos were made a committee to get them. A 25c supper was served. Enters Chain Store Employ— F. L. Fleming has been appointed head clerk in the hardware department of the Montgomery-Ward store at Fort Dodge. His daughter Lavon is employed In a garment factory in the same town. The family is moving to Fort Dodge. Mr. Fleming operated a hard-ware store here till last May, when he sold out, and he had been clerking part time in the local liquor store. One son is still in school. Sunday School Class Meets— The Delta Alpha Sunday school class met at Mrs. KJay Grtppen's- Thursday evening, and dinner was served at seven. Mri. John Munson had charge of entertainment, Girl for Clarence Mnnsons— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Munson are parents of a daughter, born Saturday. They now have three little girls. Other West Bend. Chavles Riley, oi Llvermore, came Friday evening for the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Riley. Mrs. Mildred Myerly and Mrs. J. P. Walker, Rodman, attended an Aid meeting at Mrs. H. R. Bell's Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Jergens, with the son Lewis, had business at Emmetsburg Thursday. . Mr. and Mrs. R. W; Daubendiek left Saturday for their new home at Mankato. the Union Aletheans, Chums, the Bancroft the Cresco Busy Bees, the Buffalo Boosters, the Ledyard Loyal Lassies, Peppy Pals. and the Portland Avery Fitch is Benedick— Lola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. TWENTY Years After LAKOTA WOMEN ENJOY COUNTY "FED1HEETING Lakota, Apr. 17—Mesdames A. C. Schissel, Earl Grabau, W. E. Ley, I. E. Wortmau, and J. H. Warburton attended the County Federated club meeting at the Presbyterian church in Algona a week ago Tuesday. Mrs. Dorothy Houghtou in her address of the afternoon spoke of three "moths-" that are apt to injure our club spirit during the summer vacation: Other interests* other peeves, and disillusionment. m-.**m*j aif tj^^ was eAyeuieu iu She also gave five questions for a] get home from France in another club woman to answer in regard to week. - - - - —- * * * * CHRIS OELiHAUS, Ledyard, had got home from the western front. her club interest: What do you! mean to your club? Is it your duty? What does your club mean to you? - j.i What does your club do for your Earl Cushman, Bancroft, and Av- commu nit? what does your club ARRANGEMENTS were being made by the government for returned soldiers to apply for bonuses of $60, and in connection a cen- us of the soldiers Was to be takenf A history of the World war Red Cross in Kossuth was to be prepared. * * * * 0. S. LINDSEY had resigned as railway mail clerk. He had been on night duty 14 of his 16 years in the service and was in poor health. He Was to be tank agent here for Standard Oil. * * * * NELLIE STAHL was expected to ery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Del Fitch, Portland township, were married mean to the state federation? Mrs. Houghton also gave the following Wednesday, April 5, at the Burti Lutheran parsonage by Rev. L. ! __ Richmann in a single-ring cere- 1 Project Jreeting is Held — mony. Attendants were John ~ " Hartl and Mrs. Fitch. sloganAs Thou Wilt. Ledyard township's Women's ,, , ~; T;. -., , , " n "* hlle "™ 3rttch i Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. daughter Velma, Martin Larsen, Nellie Nelson, Letha Mann, Virginia and Mary McWhorter, Mrs. Martin Becker, and the latter's daughter Evelyn attended the county spelling match at Algona Wednesday. Five to Federation Meeting— Portland women attending county federated club meeting Algona last week Tuesday were , Mesdames Ray McWhorter, George seeds antt Lanning, Edw. Smith, Alfred God-] ljUncn was fredson, and Martin Becker. BSSPS. a at project meeting was held with Jerry Heetland a week ago ay afternoon with Mrs. Geo. Ennen and Mrs. Thilges as assistant hostesses. About 20 women were present and some time was s>pent on the music memory work for the Achievement day contest. Mrs. Heetland gave a report of the contact meeting held at Burt the previous week. Mrs. Charles Eggerth gave a report of her trip to Ames for Farm and Home week. All enjoyed the exchange of flower seeds and bulbs which followed Lunch was served by the host- I esses. * * * SUIT FOR $20,000 CInl) to Meet Thursday— The Portland Progress club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Ivan Long, and assisting hostesses will be Mesdames G. 0. McFarland, Clifford Ringsdorf, Cecil Long, and Chris Bolie. Tenants Build Small Home- Mr, and Mrs. Garry Behrends, newlyweds, have completed erection of a new two-room house on an 80-acre farm they have rented for this year. Other Portland News. The bride wore a light blue lace dress. The couple attended a Burt dance the same evening, then drove to Fort Dodge Thursday, and Locker Plant Is Busy— The Thaves locker system has been in operation for two years and reports a good business. The number of lockers has increased from 100 to 200 and more will be added soon. Approximately 35,000 pounds of meat are in the lockers at present. They also cured and smoked 1,000 pounds of hams and bacon, besides other meat cutting and grinding. Lon Thaves, who operates the business, has to hire help during the rush times. Crank Slips; Injures Youth— Irvin, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Koppen Jr., suffered a painful accident a week ago Monday afternoon when, while cranking a He was never wounded. FIVE DEATHS in the county were recorded: George Frank, Titonka farmer; Mrs. C. K. Nellis, Lotts Creek; Roy Bowen, who was a Cresco township trustee 17 years; Mrs. Anders Anderson, Algona; John Noon'an, Livermore. . . against the county by the Kraipp estate had been settled for $1200. Mr. Krapp was killed when he struck a bridge in Seneca township in an automobile. - * * * * A DAUGHTER HAD been born to Dr. and Mrs. F. V. Haley, Algona. Doctor Haley was an Algona dentist, but was in France with a dental corps. A sister of Mrs. Haley, Mrs. Harold Brown, was the mother of a son born February 28. KOSSUTH * * * * CREAMERIES had to rort JJoage rnursaay, anai """""" n«i«,u, wini« m-au«.mg a. thence to Ames and other places' tractor ' tne crank flew off as the for visits till the following Satur- factor kicked and the handle hit day, when they returned for the night at the bride's brother Harold's. Lone Rock. They spent Easter Sunday with the parental Earl Cushmans, near Bancroft. The bridegroom's parents have outfitted the upstairs of the parental home for an apartment in which the couple are living, and Avery will farm with his father this year. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning were last week Sunday visitors at home in Plum The Adams fam- the Roy Adams Creek township. „ ily formerly lived near Ottosen. The Emery Godfredsons were Thursday guests at Alfred God- frodson's. Mrs. Dick Smith was also there, setting out shrubbery. The Smiths own the farm. C'laude Samson, Algona, and his son Victor have laid a new floor in the dining room of the house on the Samson farm, tenanted by Martin Beckers. the neighbors and other friends chari- varied the couple, who invited them into the house for dancing. Mrs. Ray McWhorter entertained 14 women at a Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting Wednesday. A| chicken pie lunch was served. Mrs. S. M. Peterson spent last week with her daughters, Mesdames Lorena Larsen and Verna Nelson, Waterloo. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson entertained the Helping Hand club last in the mouth cutting and bruising his upper lip and loosening several teeth. Doctor Williams closed the wound with three stitches, and it appears to .be healing satisfactorily. Many at Mrs. Ogren Services- Several carloads of friends and relatives from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Albert Ogren at Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ogren lived on a farm west of town for 27 years, then moved to Algona. Mrs. R. L. Williams, of Lakota, is the only child. Methodist Aid .Entertained— Mrs. Samuel Warburton was hostess to the Afethodist Aid last Wednesday afternoon, with 15 members present. Plans were finished for the spring supper to be held at the church April 26, and C07nmitte.es were appointed. Lutheran Aid Meets- Mrs. Otto Stenzel entertained the Lutheran Aid at the church last week Wednesday after- ed. Mrs. Max furnished 400,000 pounds butter for the navy, and a bulletin from the navy department praised it as 3 per cent better than top grades in New York City. Kossuth creameries were winning many prizes in the north central United States. * * * * R. S. (Bob) SHERWOOD was expected back from France. Announcement that he was coming was a surprise here, for it was thought that his enlistment in the Y. M. C. A. would, not expire till August. He was in the service six months and was stationed near Bordeaux. * * * * . 1 RENWIOK FARMER put his cattle into stockyards for feeding while he changed his location, toy mistake the herd of purebreds was sent to Chicago for beef. He was able to stop them before sale. * * * * RAY. MCWHORTER, •who had been overseas a year with the A. E. P., was still in France, as instructor in a military snhool at Beaume. * * * * THE CHAUTAUQUA program had been announced, and it included well known bands, Boston opera singers, and lecturers. Among the latter was Sir John Foster-Fraser, who was a delegate to the peace conference, and a Major Bridgeman, member of the Lafayette Es- quadrille who shot down eight German planes. Plans for * * * * another Liberty loan East-Seneca Supt. and Mrs. F. E. Slagle, with the son Charles, were last week Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. L. E. will be hostess : Conw «^ Graettinger, grandmother Wednesday. Mrs. Hazel Atherton, of Rolfe, spent last week with the George Lannings. Darrell McFarland was sick a few days last week with a stomach disorder. The Ted Ringsdorfs have having the flu. been SEXTON for the next meeting. Other Lakota News. Alviu Boettcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boettcher, two miles east of town, returned from California last week, where he spent the winter at Long Beach and Los Angeles. He will helip his father on the farm this summer. Delia Erickson, music teacher, enjoyed a visit with her sister Myrtle, who came Good Friday and stayed till Saturday, when Delia went home with her to Vermillion, S. D. for Eaister with her family. Marvel Odlund, in nurses' training at Minneapolis, spent Easter here with her sister Ruth, primary teacher. Phyllis Thompson was a guest of Donna Dooley, Algona, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Kirschbaum returned last week Tuesday from a visit at ba urn's. Garner. Robert Kirsch- Frank Gaudett recently went to Stuart to work in a cafe. Three Irvington township follow- up groups iu the Farm Bureau womanls horn*.project met at Mrs. Jons Weber'* Tbuisday, 14 women altogether, and the music in the project was studied for a music memory contest to be held on Achievement day May 2. Lunch was served. Attending from Sexton were Mesdames Sim Bemis, W. C. Taylor, William Hartley, Herman Wise, Bert E. Sanders, Harold Hunt, Hugh Jennett, and Alex Eischen. Ed!w. Branagan, who has been sick, was somewhat improved Friday- Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Steven attended the funeral of Frank Oham- ers, Lu Verne,'Thursday. •Mrs. Sara Wise and Mrs. Drus$ Nofrle spent the week-end at Mack W^e's, Mason City. I of Mrs. Slagle, and in the afternoon the Slagles stopped at Cylinder to be supper guests at I. E. Drew's. There they picked up Miss Clarke, Seneca teacher, who came home with them after the week-end with her parents at Worthing, S. D. Mrs. George Jennings, Algona spent from Thursday till Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Jerald Godden. Teddy Jensen spent the Easter vacation at the parental J H. Jensen's. Mrs. Laurence Johanneson will entertain the Seneca Lutheran Aid this week Thursday, Mrs. John Johanneson assisting. The Henry Loofts spent last week Tuesday evening at Free Brown's, Fenton. MRS, MOVICK, 75, OTTOSEN, DIES APRIL 8 Ottosen, Apr. 17—Funeral ser vices were held Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Christ! Movick, 75, at the Lutheran church, the Rev. S. O. Sande officiating. She died a week ago Saturday evening at her daughter Mrs. Chester Peterson's, Spring Valley, Minn. Mrs. Movick was born near Bergen, Norway, February 25, 1864. When she was 22 she came to America and joined her brother, Mike Wilson, at Livermore. Marriage took place April 12, 1891, to Nels O. Movick, and the couple spent all their; married life on a farm northeast of Ottosen. Mr. Movick died 22 years ago. There are six other children: Clara Landers, Oscar, Peter, and Irvin, all of Ottosen; Marie Sample, Decorah; and Bearnt, Linn Grove. Sixteen grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Stephen Alver, Estherville, and Martha, of Norway also survive. Mrs. Movick was a charter member of the local church and Aid. Pallbearers at the funeral were Rasmus Ellingson, Keister, Minn.; Ole Ellingson, John Helleseth, Albert Severson, Nels' Olson, John Coyle. Burial was made in the local cemetery. Four School Stage Plays— A group of inter-school one-act plays were staged in the high school auditorium last week Tuesday evening. Towns taking part were Livermore, Bode, Bradgate and Ottosen. After the plays the alumni gave a basket social .and served lunch, the proceeds to go for an annual alumni banuqet soon. Roy Morgans to Bnrt— Roy Morgan has purchaed a pool hall at Burt. He formerly ran i restaurant here here. He took possession at Burt Monday. Mrs. Holt Loses Uncle- Mr, and Mrs. Merle Holt attended the funeral of the latter's uncle, Frank Chambers, at Lu Verne last Thusday. Other Ottosen News. The Lutheran Aid will meet this week Wednesday at the church, with Mrs. Peter Enocks,on and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson as hostesses. The Rural club met Thursday at the community church, with Mrs'. Roy Adams and Mrs. John Coyle as hpstes'ses. were under way. It was to draw higher interest. THE SCHOOLS AT West Bend were trying to ignore daylight saving hours, with school beginning at 10 a. m. and lasting till 5 D. m. The dinner hour caused trouble for both parents and children. BOOZE RUNNERS were common, and officers were always on the lookout. Many of them got away after making sales. ESTHERVILLE was having a hot election over city paving there. At that time the city had none. THE THOMPSON Yards lumber company had given eaqh of its em- loyes an insurance policy for $1,000, with the first year paid up. PARTY AT BURT HONORS WOMAN 87 YEARS OLD Hurt, Aipr. 17—Mrs. J. W, Dor- ranee entertained the following women Thursday at a party in honor of her mother's 87th birthday, which was March 19: Mesdames W. A. Peters, Belle Reynolds, R. L. Cogdill, J. P. Cunningham, Ada Mann, C. F. Mann, Johanna Dettman, Lydia oKestler, G. U. Fairbanks, W. E. Grover, Ada Whitehill, L. D. Hodgson, and Ma'ude Hanna, also Marie Grover: Mrs. Paul MacAuley assisted Mrs. Dorrance. The a'fair was to have been held on the birthday, but had to be postponed because Mrs. Stahl was sick with the (flu. Sextette In Music Contcst^- Geo. W. Patterson and G. J. F. Vogel took the school girls' sex- tette, Erna Baars, music teacher, and Marian Hoppe to Eagle Grove Thursday, and the sextette sang there In a district music contest. The girls were rated in Dlv. 2. Mr. Patterson and Mr. Vogel went on to Des Moines, where Mr. Patterson had a large number of sheep marketed. Thirteen to Federation Meet— The following Burt women attended a county federation of woman's clubs meeting at Algona last week Tuesday: Mesdames F. L. Pratt, B. W. Brooke, L. A. Boettcher, W. W. Boettcher, O. H. Graham, M. M. Chipman, G. J. F. Vogel, C. W. Patterson, F. L. Ryerson, and P .W. Kriethe, also Ruth Hodgson, Lulu Hawcott, and Eugenia Kriethe. • Guests for T5astcr Sunday— 'Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Teems, and a Teems son, all of Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. R^ Brown, Wells. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Perry, Algona, and a son, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling and Henry Bahling were Easter Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. August Bahiing'B. "Boston Tea Party" Planned— • Plans are being completed for Boston tea party, quilt, and antiqu show by the Methodist Aid th week Friday at the church. Re freshments will be served, and 15 admission charged. In the evenin a 25c. supper will be served. \ew Pool Hall Family— The Ray Morgan's, Ottosen, mov ed last week Tuesday into Mrs Elizabeth Patterson's house. M Morgan, who ^purchased the poo hall here, took possession earl last week. Other Hurt News. J. H. Schroeder, daughters Sara and Ruth, Milton McBride, an Maybelin<| Miller drove. to Atlant last week Tuesday to meet an bring home Mrs. Schroeder, wh had spent some weeks with he daughter, Mrs. Charles Kenning Atchison, Kans. The daughte brought her back as far as At lantic. Lorraine Kollasch, nurse at th Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodg. came home Friday for a few day with her parents and to attend th wedding of her cousin, Esthe Behnke, Whittemore. Beada Ko! lasch, Des Moines, was also ther and she sang for the wedding. •Mrs. H. W. Manus entertained dozen or more women at a quiltin Thurs'day. Mrs. M. M. Chipman en tertained the Hi-Low Bridge clu the same afternoon. Mrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs-. C. V Schrader, Alice Eighme, Leona Babe, and Dorothy McDonald at:ended a class play at Lone Rock Thursday evening. The Harry Sankeys, who had been living near Bancroft, have moved back to Burt and are occupying the Verne Owen house. The Rev. Thoburn Speieher and the Rev. A. H. Wood attended LONG'S FOOD SHOP We now can sell and do- liver you the very best milk put up in bottles for 8c quart. Cream 8c a half pint. Everyone should drink more milk. It's better than pop, etc. I Mr. and Mrs. ton, called at Thursday. Paul Voigt, Fen- Jerald Godden'a Eva Kracht, who had spent two week* at home, returned recently to her work at Fairmont. 'Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bahr, Huntley, Minn., called at C. 0. Dotson's last week Sunday. Louise Wolf, Burt, and La Verne Wolf, Bancroft, spent Easter vacations with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf. Chas. Scbraed- err'Burt. and Wilfred Droessler, of Greenville, were laet week Sunday guests of the Wolfe. j HOU8ECLEAKING TIME IS BEST TO Have Your Mattresses Rebuilt or Repaired We recently hud a pastor friend tell us that when he was in a febble-niimled institution he saw them making mattresses Ijke ours, except that they did not use the inner springs. He didn't leave aii order, so we guess he may plan to go back some time. Bemember that we make all sizes of mattresses— special size or regular size. We can make a mattress mo^rSna^ 6 """^ ¥ ° U '» flnd °" r »«™ WE MAKE NEW AND REBUILD Bur J Mattress Company district Methodist eolUfefence- at Plover last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. & C.'fileraiedt arid Mr. and^Mrs. J. D. Graham attend* ed a men's pancake aupper at Whittemore Thursday. •Buma Duckmanton,' employed at Mitchell, S. D., visited from last week Monday to Friday at her sister Mrs. P, L. Pratt's. The Rev. Cyril McNary, Kamrar, and his family were Thursday dinner guests at the Rev. Thoburn Spelcher's. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger has gone to Lakota to care for Blele Batim, an invalid sister of Mrs. B. C. Schwletert. The Rev. L. Richmann attended a Lutheran conference at Webster City, Wednesday, Thursday, and home Friday f f <M« S , Fla. s Whefe they frfaht the . The fortnightly, 6Wb"ihet Wlday at Mf8'. E. C* SfthWleieVt's.' • MM. C. F. Whaien, Lakota, Wto * gtfeat; T Edward Palndr Omaha,' came Thursday forta-week wlth-hla parents, Mf. aftd Mfs. E7B. Paine. n Muhl, Fdft ttod&e, Was a Tnursday evening dinner gu6«t at J, G.MoDondd'fl. Mrs, A. W .Ames, Redtleld, S. D, ( visited last week at % H. Sfihwle- tert'ci. The F. 0. B. club met with Mrfl. Al Staehle Thursday. RECORD BOOKS—BLANK booki and binders in durable duck bind* l lg ._See the Advance. .18tl WAT A NEW DELICIOUS WHOLE-WHEAT FLAVOR I (VERY DAY IS GOOCH DAY Nothing like itl .. that new, deli* cionsly different whole-wheat flavor of Gooch'i Best Pancakes and Waffles. 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