Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1939 · Page 7
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KOSSUTH ALQDNA, 16WA PAGfi Crowd Attends for Will Probate Here , When the will of B. S. Pnnnkuk, *rltonka, who died March 3, was p'robftted last week Tuesday the dourtroom was half filled with helrfi and.the families. Fifteen living children and the children oi two deceased are beneficiaries of the will. The widow, Ilenkje P., hfcs a life estate In a large portion «,- .^Hoiy ouv *--- i 0 { th e real estate, and she was •Jpro*" 11 * gijtth Annlver- name d joint executor with Banker «« lebfat f wuhment of the William Boykon. There are 50 JjOCALS s a, contractor and Mrs. A. E. Ilchrcnds entertained tho C. S. D. W. knitting club Monday. There are 12 members. Mrs. Vf. (!. Clnrk, Hubbard, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. II. DeLano, since Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Ivey, Rolfe, City. Mrs. Carpenter Is the former Huth McMahon, and her husband is a doctor on the state' university staff. Roy Fcnske, Baton Rouge, La. is a guest of his aunt, Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. He is an aviator and a mm jiirs, ueorge ivey, jnuuu, —.-••-•••-. -— •- — Sunday supper guests of Mr. cousin of the Lavrenz Ijlrte.Mr. and and Mrs. Clinton Lighter. Mrs. Ivey 1 Mrs. Ernest Fenske, GibbonMinn , B, WOMEN STUDY TIME-FAMED SONGS Farm Bureau women throughout the I the county have for months been | is a cousin of Mr. Lighter, "Mickey" McGtiire, Fort Dodge, former waiter at Wilson's cafe here, is now«st.eward for a new private club, La Fiesta, at West Bend. ('nnnty Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown, with their sons, were Sunday dinner guests of farmers south the Sim drew Lewlson, Arnold Grlen, and Goeders plan's to accompany him Davis. part of the time. The Her. and Mrs. -William Flgge, Fostoria, were Friday callers at E. Taylor's. They .were on their home .from Des 'Moines, \ had visited a daughter. A card from Mrs. W. .1. Bourne, _ 7 --- ,,i Gainesv lie !; . said that .ahe . She 8 late Mi's. and Banker Guy Dalton, Lakota, Clara Dalton, and are nephews of Mrs. Keith. Kdltor D. J. fcfirlie, now of the Winfield Beacon, drove up Friday night to join his wife at the home Mr. ta whom he had been visiting, brough him here. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox, wit their son Billy Lee, and, Attorne and Mrs. P. A. Danson, with their two children, spent Sunday at Spirit Lake with -Mrs. . William Scholten, sister of Mrs. Fox and Mr. Danson years the Taylors lived Hollywood-by- of her parents, Mr. and 3^-s. John H. Seeman. Mr. Zerbe, who recently sold the Lesley News- World, had his household goods shipped to Wlnfield over the week- went back Monday. Winfleld is a titown of soino 1,000 Inhabitants 40 ut Mr. miles south of Iowa City. The town better at ner guests of the Frank Seeleys at were members congregation. locala Fla Dr. nnd Mrs. L. W. Fox, Dr. and Ocala, * la Mrs. J. O. TV Prlfic. and Dr. H. R.I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Jibson attended a 'North ton. , T _.,.__ uvir. ojanauii of living- | Mr nnd Mi% M H Faikenhainer, son . ,_, n tn wn nmv mmix . Iowa veterinary meeting at the Soldier, a small town. neai Sioux J E p isco p a l church attended Warden hotel, Fort Dodge, Wednes- City, was an Eastei vacation guest ^ . gt , gtephen . 8 day The wives of the Fort Dodge of her parente-here last week^She t ^^ ^^ anA en- drain- barracks M-f-OJ area. The evlden the bad weather it 1 (HUM* FOR v SHOOT LJKED public use rf.tlH. '•>!' i \, of','midget ULHJl' u«~ —- — ,, ,.._,, o popular attraction at Sot conducted by. the Burt raPS "nservation league chap- County lea four or to eight songs in a music appreciation , course which is a Bub-project of their this year's lome project study. A recognition contest in which 200 to 300 of the women will try ,b identity the eight songs by the operas from which the songs were taken and- the composers, will be part of the annual Achievement day program at Burt, Tuesday, May 2. In addition the women of four townships will be chosen by draw to sing four other songs in the year's program. ' •-Groups which have held special meetings for extra music study so far are the Cresco women, at Mrs. Loren Brown's; the Irvington group, at Mrs! John Weber's; the Greenwood homemakers' study group, at Mrs. C. C. Inman's; Buffalo and German women, at the Titonka schoolhouse; the Prairie township women, at Mrs. Albert Johnson's; the Fenton women, at Mrs. Alex Krueger's; and the Ledyard womeiij. at Mrs. Charles Gut- knecht'e. ' (S Radio stations broadcasting the listening -numbers are Mason City, on'' th'e 10:' 30 Saturday morning program's;. WOI, Ames, Saturdays, 11 to 11:15 a. m.; and, starting April 24, WOCO, Minneapolis, 7:30 every morning. Charles Larson has been| ince last week Mondayi with rheumatism in her left foot,, but she is up and around the _ house. Esther Itohlcn, Webster City, has been clerking temporarily at a local drug store. She is a sister of Joseiph Bohlen, who is in Gamble em- T. L. Larson, 'Vic" Parsons, and went to Sioux to attend a Mr. and Thursday Central daughter Margaret, who teaches at at the] Soldier, a small town near .Sioux A ... were at Wes- ;iey"4% years, and prior to that time Mr. Zerbe had not been in the business. Thirty members of the local St. the rest, Friday. George Sparks, son of Mr. >and Mrs. Donald Sparks, Hobarton, ha been at a Nevada sanitarium sine one day last week, and it was no known Friday when he would return. He is a 1937 graduate of the local high school. : Sunday guests at County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy's, were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyers-, with Mrs. Chris Larsen, veterinarians entertained the vis-1 spent Tnursaay •"• °»J" U "»' " »*£ leitTMoore'we7e acolytes, and Iting wives attel1 ' 0 ^. ocakn1U? - Che0 - n - I ?-? 8 ---« '« V - ."SVrirT «..hool Nevin Woodward, Whittemore, was Winkel did not attend. . . »,.,,iiniprt Inst vear from UB«"'"- "™» — -- . ^ _,,- ^ bronchial mieumon- •gpjfi. ^ »_^^ & O^^^^^ Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D, Paxson, is new bookkeeper at Greenbcrg's. 'He is a graduate of the Hamilton .business school at Mason City. Druggist and Mrs. Carl Vohs, chndren Mrs . urn-is j.arsen, West Bend, with their children and two £™ tt ™ n „ ofA v bev t Lea. •m, 11- Ti~TU ,*, n1 .n Ciinrlav OVP11-I « I1U *• *** " ua c " 5 * 1 * ___ , ,-» T targete used\han for regular Sotng/Shot cartridges are ^SSSJK'&f trap-shooting was de- for indoor, shoot- llany people including women EJren were so interested, In |c new BIG BOOST IN THE RECORDJILINGS The county recorder's office shows a great increase in number of instruments filed the first quarter of this year over the same period last year, and though corn loans were practically completed by April 1, the increase continues. Instruments recorded from Janu- Marcella Falh, were Sunday evening guests' of Carl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Mrs. Stella Rnniert came from Webster City a week ago Saturday for an extended visit with her daughter Mrs. Alex Demand, of the Dermand cafe. The Itev. and Mrs. L. Richmann, Burt, with their two daughters were Sunday afternoon and evening guests of, the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, with the daughters Ann and Marcia, were Sunday guests of Mr. Stillman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Stillman, Dolliver. Mr. und Mrs. Gail Pett.it arrived Saturday from Houston, Tex., to look after business interests and Mrs. Duffy, Mrs. Meyers, and P. J. mer s uroiner, AUUJJH, v»nu •» —• provirfg from bronchial pneumon la. He has been in bed more than a week, and Helen Schwietert, R. N., Burt, is taking care of him. Adolph, who farms at the east edge of Lone Rock lost his wife a year ago. They had no children. Fred Jacob, who suffered mouth, throat, oesopihagus,. and stomach critical burns from a bottle of ly- sol swalloed Wednesday, is re- ^s^^'S^'sSS """U' ?,aT l B""- ™S2V" B«v. A. Lta..U MrooK are children of Mrs. Chris Larsen. A good-sized audience attended the Morningside college a cappella choir concert Sunday evening in the high school auditorium. Mem ported somewhat Improved at the Kossuth hospital. Doctors pumped the poison out. A brother and a sister from Austin, Minn., came to see him Sunday. Mr. Jacob is for cert. .bers of the choir/more than 50, | were entertained at various local Methodist homes before the cott- irt. Mrs. Raymond Gilbert, now of Fort Dodge, was a guest a few days last week of Mrs. Fred Jacob. The Gilberts, former Algonians, were both employed in the local laundry before they were married. Mrs. Gilbert is the former Helen Knudson. 3Ir. und Mrs. Harold Walker JUU1\. «* LCI WUHI*MW««J - visit friends. They have sold a theater they owned in Texas. Mrs. Jack Halsey, Kansas City, Mo., was a Sunday guest of her MO., was u, QUUUOV o-~~- -- Walker is grandmother, John Carlsons. She t ~ ,.!„** ;«rr "hav nn vents. Ml. aiiu ,____ , r ^TI.L* UBIU i>M_-n« _-.,,went to Hampton Saturday night for the week-end with Mr. and Mrs Ben Dohrmann. The Walkers lived at Hampton two years ago before they came to Algona. Mr. Walker is with the Metropolitan mer proprietor of the — Mrs. T/onls Verveer, Des Moines spent from last week Tuesday till Friday with her father, P. P. Zer- fuss. She is the .former Janet Zerfass and was employed at Des Moines before she was married. Mr. Verveer is state director of finance at Des Moines for the WPA, and Mrs. Verveer was here while he was at Chicago on official busi- Long, with Jill » ft 111* -IB-* «J" -"•• • •*-"•".• OF their grandson Charles, spent Sun- was brought home ^"oielni^r^eS the Thurslay- from Rochester where local church as layman; and Mrs. he had spent more than four weeks Allison, representing the local at St. Mary's hospital. He is de- woman's missionary society. Mr. cidedly improved and is now able and Mrs. Hans Presthus are ex- to walk around the house. Mr. Sol pected to represent the Bancroft, beig has had three operations this ptmr-h ' • i winter: a major one February 6, a Week-end pnests of Mrs. Clara minor drainage operation March Dalton and Mr and Mrs. L. W. 13; and another major operation ll h were Mr and Mrs. H. L. Mardh 17. Mrs. Solberg was with fiSn^SUV, and Lieut, him Curing his sUy^at Rochester ness. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. a on van on , Bu T Dalton, with his family. Burr and little Billy Christensen, ° with he Pac fie fleet. Dr. Burr lives with the Solbergs, ^as DaUon was called back after a few his father Oliver Chrtatenaen Ot- hours here, to join his boat at tosen. Maxme JenU, Fe" Norfolk Va He returned via Minn- housegirl at Solberg's cared eapolis, where he left his family Billy. Mr. and Mrs Solberg and took a plane for the east coast, grateful to friends for many Doctor Dalton is health officer for ters, cards, and other remembranc- a division of destroyers, and H. L. es while Mr. Solberg was a h- BEST OF BREAD 5c LOAF LONG'S FOOD SHOP Phones 214-215 Many deliveries BLOWOUT SUE STOP who with NO LURCH... NO SWERVE... NO CRASH ... when you ride on LIFEGUARDS is visiting her parents, Mr. Wilfred Carlson, Swea City. Mrs. Harold Walker took her among Algona .S";^^ C aUenTd.lndBar- ,olomew was high man atthe mid- it traps, with eight out of ten Alit anyone, experienced or not, .able'to get four out of ten ary 3 to March 31 totaled with' $2014.90 in fees, the first three months of Instruments were recorded, 6400, "|! 3220 wun Jli n« j*««.w»« » *--••-— mother, Mrs. Delia Finnic, to Fort Dodge Thursday, and thence Mrs. Finnic returned to her home at Ames, after a month here. Hie Rev. nnd Mrs. J. C. Buthman and Dr. F. Earl Burgess attended an Algona district conference for ministers and wives -* Plover last week Tuesday. Sunday guests at R. R. Hutzell's were the A. W. Weinmans' ,and the instruments were i<^ui"^, ••— were tne j\. vv. ,.t.n".—~ ,---- $126240 fees. Detailed figures on Theo( jore Weinmans, Fairmont. Mi. ™ * _. I ,, ._ ««— «? fTin lnp.nl In- fees follow: Deeds Three Months Lust Year. Jenhe 6 best shooters were Real estate mortgages tto get ten in a row, ' I Chattel mortgages _- ineuuuits »v cii»"'«."«» -——7- Hutzell is manager of the local International Harvester shop. The Rev. J. C. Buthman, superin- lie ncic. _ Earl H. Hill, manager of a Social 'Security board field office at Albert Lea which has jurisdiction in this territory, spent Friday and Saturday here and called on some of the larger local employers to check up on their records of wages paid to employes. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Thompson, with the son Robert, visited at the son Edouard's, Sac City, Sunday Edouard is a farmer, and his father is in Pioneer employ here Everett, another son, is visiting relatives at Ankeny and at Des Moines this week. Rose and Christine Arend, Har day at New Hampton with Mrs Long's mother, Mrs. Ruth Jackson once a Britt farmwife. En route to New Hampton, the Longs picked up their daughter, Mrs. Arba .Dee Middlekauff, Mason City, and took her with them. Mrs. Middlekauff is studying at the Hamilton business college. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp were at Clarion and Humboldt Sunday calling on relatives and friends \t Clarion they visited the George senbergers. Mr. Isenberger 'is Jg an , . . insurance salesman. H. L. ester patient. nae o , _ Burt plans to repeat .the ; shoot ext Sunday, the weather thi.a Sun- lay having been bad. V ' WwlW I VI itow ••••" HEARD AT KIWANIS Releases and assignments Certified copies -•"" Miscellaneous rrV" Three Months This Year. p ee( j s $132.45 Real estate mortgages -— 335.90 Chattel Mortgages ~105i.8b Releases and assignments - 429.40 Certified copies High school students entered in Ihe district music contest at Eagle Grove last'week-end gave the pro-* L at the Kiwanis club Thurs- .Jay, Russell Buchanan played a Uuphonium (baritone) solo,; accompanied by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn at the •piano, and Dotty Kuchynka played la flute solo, with Doris Jane ISorensen at the piano, and the •latter also accompanied^ -Dorothy |King, who played a clarinet eolo. Jos. Greenberg was program jchairman, and Supt. O. B. Laing •had charge of the musical, group. 1 Secretary R. J. Harrington re- I ported completion of the ' cluh's • purchase of a seven and one half I acre tract west of Plum Creek, on I the river for use of boys' and girls' ueruiieu uui'ira ,. fln Miscellaneous bb ' 8U /. : +— UNCLE OF AL6QNIAN DIES; BURIAL TODAY Aim ivcT« «• \j» **»* T : j- * tendent of the Algona Methodist district, went to Omaha Wednesday to attend a meeting of district superintendents in the Omaha area Mrs. Arthur Spear, of Sherbuin, Minn., and her children, Donald, Feme, and -Nola, were recent guests of the O. Scott Moores. Mrs Spear and Mrs. Moore are sisters Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Worley, with their small son, were guests last week-end of Mr. Worley's parents I Harieton. Mr. Worley is manger of the local employment p£- CG Mr. jtr. and Mrs.. Herbert Furst, with their daughter Marilyn, were t Lakota Friday, visiting Mi*. Furst's mother, Mrs. Minnie Heet- and Mr. Furst is a mineral sale a - to,B«rto» . Nay- cnapei 101- »uii.w« ^- -• - , waush, Minn, the Rev. F. C. Volz ° Sf was born Novembei I organizations as a park, [wildlife preservation, - . and for , Fifty-four members attended. All I Kiwanis clubs are in an April contest for 100 per cent attendance. _ W. A. Barrj- is local chalrihan, and I, the club has been divided into two T teams, one headed by Dr, C. C. Shterk, and tho other by Dr, C. D. t Schaap. The losers' are to treat the winners at dinner. • ' '•••' • Mr. smiui woo "«••• - - . 24 1869 in Tama county, but in bo'yhood lived near Lu Verne, and he later married Helen Curran June H 1896. In 1910 they moved to Montana, and from there to Mln ^Mi^SmHh^had had an operatio and had been in a tagul^a mont before death. His w we ai' u children survive, all o£ Jr y " R 0 y waush except Bertha (Mrs. Roy old Bockes, the latter's daughte Judy K., and Florence Hilbert wer Sunday dinner guests at Mike Ai end's, Burt. Mike is a brother of Rose and Christine, who are, twins, and Rose is empoyed at'Grahams store, Christine at Hawcott and ° e The Key. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman, Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, and Mrs W L Patterson, the latter wile of the Methodist pastor at Titonka, drove to Storm Lake last weeli Monday to attend a committee meeting. Plans were laid for a senucieu'o. «*>• *«""»-• <=-- cousin of Mrs. Klamp. AtHumbold hey visited the John Grans. Mr Cran is seriously sick. Mr. Isen berger, who lived at Burt man years ago, is a retired railroa switchman. Mrs. Emll Mittag, Union town ship, accompanied by her daugh ter Doris and Bob Nolte, Algon was at Osage Sunday, visiting the Frank Baldwins. Mrs. Baldwin is the former Maxine Mittag, and the TUESOAY.WEDHESOAY April 18 and 19 Continuous from 1 O'clock PRIMITIVE PASSIONS unleashed in the great north woods! Baldwin® , lived here when Mr. m 3Ieredith Richardson, freshman me. woman's conference at Sioux -City Mrs. G. i>. Brundage and Mrs. F. L Thorpe drove to Aurora, 111., last week Tuesday, Mrs. uaiuwmB nvcu. uci*. •• Baldwin and his father operated what Is now the Hood grocery. Mr. Baldwin is now,clerking in a gl 3bs r .V. t H. e 'Goeders has received word that her mother, Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, Is- having an extended run of sickness with a stomach, complaint. For many years Mrs. Uhlendorf has spent part of every year here. She is now with a son, and her address is 1227 Winnemac ave., Chicago. Mrs. Uhlendorf would be delighted to receive cards or letters from local friends. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Lewison and THURSDAY ASD FRIDAY April 20 and 1 21 Gay and Sparkling Comedy Hit. Swell cast and direction. '.Ifr"*! ....IHilY wo«k 'mhedomertk ciotsioaitl HERE'S HOW LIFEGUARD* INSURES YOUR SAFETY ». ere , at the State college, Ames, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs B. P. Richardson, and he? roommate, Marcia Bliss, Corn\ns was also here. Mel's and Mesdan.es Edw D and Henry Bheehan, Lyle Mathee, and Henry Guderian had dinner ^t Mason-City inday. They went to> heai a moun cantata, but could not lo- itfi Its whereabouts. ^r. U andMrs.S D.Wilson with Jei r -daughter, Mrs. V. K. Rising, who lives at toil . he =svs, c srs Burial will be in the Lu Verne Robert Smith came ^ ^ —.. Eleven Counties to $e Represented ftt .— . ~ Embalmers^Meeting HOSPITALS Mrs. Phillip l""' with her son Jerry, was a last wotsn. A«V.«««^, Thorpe remained there to visit an old schoolmate while Mrs. Brundage, who went on, visited her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. 'Smiley, at Goshen, Ind. The-women expected to be home by Sunday. Mrs. Chester Wflle, Fort Dodge,, and her daughter Shirley Ann were taken home Sunday, after a visit since last week Tuesday with Mrs. Wille's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W, Roeder. MivWUle, who came for them, is employed in the dry- cleaning department of the new Tony Kirsch laundry there. , Mr. and Mrs. Harbe Ward and Mr and Mrs. .E. J. .Johnson, Curlew, and the Merle Websters. Algona, were Easter guests of JWr. and Mre. E. N. Taylor. Mrs. Ward] srfaiid 1 B.'!?., y aad S MTB. Johnson a sis- r. a . . daughters Eunice and Gertrude, An- »o\« ot \umb«L CHUUS BICKFORD ^^^^ JEAN PftRRER^Pp^ooH. Gordon Oliver HM* >«" • -« Pat O'Molley \«an>° u . A Columbia Picture |,«J>e Plus Special Short Subjects "NEW ROADWAYS" "ROLLIN' IN RHYTHM" XEWS OF THE BAY Tues.-Wednes., April 18-19 72 *&< ; o^ G , ?(8Sfe! MARTHA UYE 101 HOPE ANftf DEWINI . Thursday's Upper Des -Moines announced that a spring short wmrse for north Iowa funeral directors would be held, here this week Wednsday and would .be attended by state board Qf health officers, with an evening banquet at 'the Hotel Algona. . Additional information is" that juneral directors and embalHie,r6 from Calhoun, Cerro Gordo, Em- fflet, Hancock, Humboldt, Palo Al- tP. Pocahontas, Winnebago, Worth, w Wright counties are expected, "esldes the Kossuth representattv- Prof, F. A. Manaugh, president of we Manaugh college of research aud business administrate, Los Angeles, will be instructor at ; tbl§ feting, and A. L. Fleeapr, Line°» tUe state hoard oV eitt- medical. GENERAL. 11—Ivan Smith, MnS. Lafeota, Pearson, e McGee medical. :^rSHHiS ^sSiisi SS>«'-rr^ "* -jit SJJ'S'SS •SUffS" "c»n«..".'. .t'«« I SUITYOUR BUDGET w Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. "WW.T. borls •>lAltl-Oi / ••KJjaag COMIXO Tues.-Wednes., April 25-26 f. /p-^ Tues.-Wednes, May S-S Paramount's Best Picture -bit a safety *<r« wlthta « »lr«, ready to lypport yo«r ear In COM of wdden tlr* fall- •r« ••«! yo« eon eom« to a smooth, ttralflht ttop. Ufo- aiard, !• ili«» available. ea« bo Mod IB oay mako of tiro, •ow or MOW !• sorvleo. 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