1989. KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA -1 PAGB NIN1 policeman Pefkltifl tort accidents With. ad. ,i«> to drive in here to vice your brakes tested • ~f '4Mt^»a4inn Soper Sefvlce 802 E. State phone 798 ForScrHc* Young North Kossuth Farmwife Dies May 8 at Rochester MRS, HAUSKINS PASSES AFTER LONG ILLNESS Ledyard, May 15 — Mrs. Carl Hausklns died last week Monday evening at Rochester, where she had been taken to consult Mayo specialists. She had been In pool- health four years, and for three years had: been In a serious condition with a blood disease against which science Is helpless. Mrs. Hausklns, who was Martha Goeke before marriage, was born In Kossuth, near Elmore, August 24, 1902, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Goeke, and she spent her childhood In that vicinity. At death she was only 37. On February 23, 1927, marriage took place, and for some years Mr. and Mrs. Hausklns' farmed • near •Rake. 'Later they lived at that town, Where Mr. Hauskins was in business. For the last two years they had lived on a farm between Elmore and Ledyard owned by Mr. Goeke. .•"'In-the last few months Mrs. Hausklns had been critically sick, and^she suffered greatly. Mrs. Hausklns, who was a mem- >er of the Reformed church here, s survived by her husband, her mrents, two sisters, Mrs. Louis Kaphengst and Mrs. Fred Snor- meier, Hubbard, and three brothers, Henry, Arthur, and Lorence. Funeral services were held Thursday at the Reformed church with the Rev. A. A. Depplng officiating, and burial was made in Highland Home cemetery. Robert Dorsey Dies Suddenly— C. H. KI.AMI'. Field MY CLOTHES ALWAYS LOOK FRESH AND Smart girl — she looks lovely at least expense, because she relies on our dry cleaning to keep her clothes, looking fr^sti and new longer! Modern DRY CLEANERS Ph»ne 687 WE DELIVER Ralph K. Johnson, northwest of Ledyard, has painted all of the buildings on his farm, and they now show up mighty fine. He bought the place two years ago, and is gradually fixing up the improvements. Nothing pleases us more, as we drive about the county, than to see some thrifty farmer dolling up his home. * * * * Last week Monday we called at Edwin C. Anderson's, northwest of Ledyard. The Andersons are on one of the Mrs. Butterworth farms, and Edwin is ,one of Eli Anderson's sons, while Mrs. Anderson was a Nels Fretty daughter. Both Mr. .Anderson'^, and Mrs. Anderson's folks live on the'north side of the road, in - Minnesota. The Edwin Andersons are a new couple on the Ledyard No. 1 rural mall route. Long may they live there and prosper. * * * * Earl Richardson, northwest of Ledyard, was preparing ground for potatoes when we were there last week Monday, and Mrs. Richardson was looking after her chickens. She said she likes to work outside, which was nothing strange, for almost everyone wants to get out in the fresh air and sunshine in spring, even if the weather Is a little contrary at times. * * * * We called on Mrs. Nels Mathson, south of Bancroft, last week Monday, and her son was putting on dry clothing, for he had been teaching a fine pair of sorrel colts The Vriezes are a new faintly on the Wesley mail route. They came there from south of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Vrieze have a fine boy, Gerald Leroy, three years old, and he likes to go to the fields with Dad. Clarence milks seven cows and has six fine young calves. * * * * At Adolph Alph's, northeast of Wesley, we were shown ! a baby girl Thursday. She was born last December 17, and her name is Mardell Elaine. The parents are justly proud of her, especially since they already had three fine boys-j-Ivan, 13; a bright youth who, has passed 8th grade examination; and will enter high school next fall; Donald, 12; and Roger, 6. Mr and Mrs. Alpha have Hyed cm'-this, farm-'ten years. It was owned by Mart Funnemark, Holcottib, Wis., who died two weeks ago. JUNIORSHOSTS TO SENIORS OF LUVERNE H, S, Relatives and friends here were teacning a one pair 01 sorrel coits locked to learn of the death of how to 8° through water in the shocked Robert Dorsey at his home near Swea City Wednesday. He was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dorsey, who for many years lived in this vicinity or in the Grant neighborhood. He was a brother of Mrs. William Knoner and, Fred Dorsey, both of Ledyard. Robert had had an appendicitis operation at Estherville, had recovered, and on Wednesday had been dismissed, and been taken home. He then seemed well, but an hour after he got home he fell critically sick and died before anything coud be done for him. Funeral services were to be held Saturday at Swea City. II YOUR POCKET! Ledyard Girl Is New Knrse — Mrs. Lars Skaar and her son Lanny accompanied the former's father, William Payne, and Sidney Payne to Marshalltown Friday to attend exercises in which Mrs. Skaar's sister, Muriel Payne, was graduated as nurse from a hospital. The Ledyard party returned Saturday, and Muriel came with them for a few weeks' vacation at home, after which she will return to the hospital for several months' more work. Digit SJplit In Accldent- '• Edward Knoner had an accident last week Monday while helping the contractors who were putting up the town hall. They were load- Ing • a cement mixed, and when it slipped' it fell on one of his middle fingers, splitting it open to the bone for almost the full length. Doctor McNerney dressed the wound. Methodist Aid Mans Picnic— The Methodist Aid and friends will have a picnic on the lawn at Mrs. O. C. Sprout's next week Thursday. A food sale committee will consist of Mrs. Glenn Burrows, Mrs. George Thompson, and Mrs. Aeilt Troiff, The public is invited. Every family attending is river, and as this was their first time he had to lead them. He can now drive them through. * * * * L. N. Hubbard, east of Gerled, was plowing with two horses last week Tuesday. One does not see only two horses used much for this purpose in Kossuth county now, for most farmers either plow with tractors or use more horses. Mr. Hubbard has two 2-year-old colts, but he was not working them on the plow. The tw.o older horses were doing a good job. * * « * Emmet Plath, who lives east .of Bancroft, had juist come in for the noon hour when we called last week Tuesday. 'Mrs. Plath called, "Dinner is ready." Emmet said he had not yet planted any corn, for last year he planted too early and had to replant 30 acres, a job he did not like. Mr. anti Mrs. Plath have three small boys. * « * • Leo Goche, 5% miles east of Bancroft, bought this 160-acre farm two years' ago. The buildings are 90 rods north of the..highway, and he 1 has built a new grade to the yard. McGulre Bros., the road graders, did a fine job for him. The McGuires are now grading the highway which goes past east and west through the upper end of Union Slough. This will be Lu Verne, May 15—The annual junior-senior banquet of the Lu Verne high school was held Th:.\rs- day evening in the science room under supervision of Verla Mae Huston, home economics teacher. It was prepared by the freslun and served by the sophomores. In the center of long H-shaped tables were mother goose characters; Cinderella and her coach The Old Woman in a Shoe, Jack and Jill, etc. Covers Vere laid f01 51, including, besides the juniors the seniors, and the faculty. A col or scheme of lavender, :gold, -ana white was carried out in programs bag-o'-gold favors, and butterflj place-cards. The ceiling was made to repre sent the sky, with 'alternate strips of blue and white crepe pa per, from which -many stars am butterflies were suspended. Banks of spring blossoms and green branches revealing mounted animals and birds did their best toward transporting the guests to the land of fairies, no less colorful than the Fairyland setting were 1 the gay spring forraals worn by the girls. Following the banquet a short toast program was given by members of the junior-senior classes. Erwln Meyer, president of the junior class, presided. The theme;was Fairyland. The 'program was: F, Fellowship, Erwin Meyer; A, A Bit of Gossip, Robert Chapman; I,,Inspiration, Richard Brink; R, Royalty, Mary Alice '.Bigings; Y, Yearning, Doris-Eggleston; L, Living, Miss Luers; A, Adventure, Betty Burtis; N, Nola, Walter Pet- nesday afternoon ,at Mfs. Harold Sorensen's. The program committee had a copy 1 of the program for next year for the club's approval. There were 16 members present, and two guests, Mrs. Fred Schneider, and Mrs. Harold' Larrlmer. Program for Cemetery Ass'n— A program of music was given after a business meeting of the Cemetery association at the community ' hall Thursday afternoon. Three songs were ,sung by a quartet—Mesdames Harry Lichty, Milton Worby, Irvin Chapman, and Charles Wolf. Mrs. F. I. Chapman gave a musical reading,.The Old Family AWmm, and Betty Thompson and Mary Dimler sang two selections. Mrs. J. L. Lichty was accompanist for all. Mrs. George Tlede presided in the absence of the president, Florence Hof, and Mrs. Flora Raney, Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz, arid Mrs. Theodore Johnson were hostesses. Mrs. Wilson T^eg- ler, Mr. Albert Genrich, and Mrs. Edw. Hof will be hostesses at the •June meeting. Mitchell for Memorial Day- 1 ' "At a meeting of the .executive committee 'bf the*Membrlal.Day-as- sociation Wednesday evening lom- mlttees were selected for services at the Lu Verne cemetery the afternoon of May 30: speaker, Arthur Riley, D. C. Ellis, Dr. H. D Meyer; program, Walter Peterson Mrs. H. H. Lichty, Mrs. S. R. Bak !er; nominating, H. H. Lichty, H. | i C. Allen, Mrs. William Woito; 1 platform and seating, R. S. Surby, and Boy Scouts; flags, D. C. Ellis; lower girls, Mrs. Bernard Wolf, Mrs. Walter Hefti; wreaths, Ceme- ery association. The speakers lommittee has secured Chief Justice Mitchell, of Fort Dodge. City of Algona, Iowa, be and the same Is hereby designated and es- abllshcd as a restricted residence llstrlct pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 325 o£ the 1936 Code of owa, to-wlt: Commencing at the Northeast Corner of Block Fifty (50) of the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa, thence west along (he north line of said Stock Fifty (50) and the north line of Block Fifty-one (51) of the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa, to the northwest corner of said Block Fifty-one i(Bl), ther.ce south to the southwest corner of said Block Fifty-one (51), thence due east to the southeast corner of said Block Fifty (60), thence north to point of beginning, the said district Including the following described real estate: All of Blocks Fifty (50) and Fifty-one (51) of the Orlgln'al Plat of Algona, Iowa. Section 2. That no building, erection or other structure except residences, school houses, churo.ties ' or other similar structures shall hereafter be erected, reconstructed, ma- Inrlnllv altered or rpnnlro'i nr moved within nr occunfnd within the above described restricted residence district. Section 3. Any building, or structure; .erected, altered, repaired or used In violation of ar.y of llie provisions of this ordinance, Is hereby declared to be a.nuisance, and may be abated as such In any action brought by the City of Algeria, Iowa, In any court of competent jurisdic- tion, Section 4, Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not to exceed One Hundred Dollars, or be Imprisoned not to exceed thirty days In jail. Section 5. This Ordinance shall IPLUMBIN&I KITCHENS GO MOD- ern! Every housewife will be interested in the latest plumbing equipment for k i t c h ens. Come in! LAING & MUGKEY Phone 464 Algona, Iowa he In force and effect from and after its passage and-publication: as pro* vlded by law. Adopted and t>'as*ei3 bv the City Council of the City, og Algona, Iowa, thia llth day-of'Maj, ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City Approved Mny, A. D.. of Algrona, Iowa, by me this llth day of 1939. LEIGHTON MISBACH, Mayor of the City ot Algona, Iowa. m I) .5t» I j/.r W'A YOU DON'T'NEED TO ] sound your horn—we're ] out to meet you before you can stop your car! —Drlre in!— ; Johnson 9 ! D-X SERVICE YOU : LL LIKE OURJERVKX, pniiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM to take a covered-dish and wiches. __ PnpIIs Have Theutor Tnrtv- The juniors, seniors and school faculty had a sand- high oaro;- party at Bancroft for Yourself What Car Most for the Money! A/TORE car-for less money- n« r, }' s what yo« get in the ww Dodge Luxury Liner! *°« get exciting new beauty -..more room... more luxury... Plus more new ideas than have built into at the Craft theater Thursday evening. Other Ledjnrrt News. Mrs John Reynolds, Oskaloosa, and Mrs. Harry Estle and petth ames, of Lennox, visitei .ast reek Sunday and Monday at D. A. ink's. Mrs, Reynolds is an aunt f Mrs. Link, and Mrs. Estle a sis- er of Mrs. Link. The Methodist Woman's Foreiga Missionary society met last week ilonday evening at Mrs. James Payne's, and devotions were led y Mrs. Glenn Yahnke. Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Welfare were lusiness callers at Algona last week Tuesday. steer- ermg hf e: new gearshift at- " ight Diving... new Signal" speedometer... _^ u - - . i -•— •^v'*-* V*V/*« J M» W "t you get all this for " than last year's Dodge 1 a good road to the graveled road __ to Lakota. Leo is a lover of good erson> a saxophone solo; D, cattle, and each year he feeds out about 20 steers. This year he has 18. He also raises black Poland China hogs, and he has SO spring pigs at present. Mr. and Mrs. Goche have four children, two boys and two' girls. • • * • Lars Skaar, trucker at Ledyard, with the help of Edw. Knoner, mayor of the village, Howard Mayne, the gas service man, Fred Bauman, the blacksmith, and a few other men, was cleaning up around the new town hall last week Monday. This building was finished except for a few door locks. The people of Ledyard are justly proud of this hall. We stopped Wednesday at Harold Carlson's and his sister's northwest of Wesley. A year ago, when the writer called there^ Harold was sitting up, and. he had also been out some; but he has been down in bed ever since with heart trouble, though he is better now and hopes soon to be sitting up again a short time every day. work some LUVERNE WOMAN DIES SUDDENLY SATURDAY Lu -Verne, May 15—Mrs. Ernilie Warrobier's 'death early Saturday morning followed only a day's sei- ous ilness. Her death came aftei a diabetic coma into which she went Friday. Funeral' services were held Monday afternoon at lT 3 0 at the house and at 2 o'clock at the Lutheran church with tne pastor, the Rev. L. Wittenhurg officiating. She was born in uer- nVany March 8 1866. Her mother died about a year later and when was two years 010, -- bought He wants to get out and again, but can't do it for time to come.'In the meantime his diversion is reading. His good sister gives him the best of care, and one of L. J.,. Larson's boys 'ooks after the farm work. * * * * At Leander Seefeld's, northwest of Wesley, a trio of triplets 1 are the main attraction. They will be three years old on August 25. llie boy's name is Dennis, and the girls are Dona and Divie. The children are now starting to talk and they are just as cute as cute can be. They have a sister Shirley, who is a year older and is a pretty little K irl Mrs. Seefeld takes the chil- out 'on the lawn when the weather is warm enough, and they love to be outside. ' At Henry Naber's, east of Bancroft, Mr. Naber and the hired Dreams Come True, Supt. Evans. The seniors are Betty Burtis, Robert Chapman, Robert Sanford, Burnell Wagrier, Richard Miller, Thelma Hof.'uSaryl Burtis, Lillian Lund, Junior Hardcopf, Norman Wagner, Elizabeth Ramus, Russell Stoddard, Mary Alice Bigings, Betty Dimler, Robert Lichty, Andrew Marty, Kathleen McClellan, Arlene Miller, and Robert Miller.^ J. ,T. Cluh Has Proi?rqin— Mrs. Albert Schneider was hostess to the J. J. Club Friday afternoon and Mrs. E. L. Eustace, who belonged to the ,group previous to her residence in Clear Lake, and who has now moved hack re-joined. MI-SJ Paul Phillips was M charge of the program Friday afternoon and presented Mother's Day program. Mrs. Car' Goetsch read an Edgar Guest poem; Mrs. Chas; Wolf read an article appropriate for the occa sion; and Mrs. Phillips read an article about Mr. and Mrs. Carr, o Ames, who have raised over • 51 children of other people. Plan' were.mMe for the f;inal meetim of the,club year to pe held Wed Dedication Set for May Dedication of the new gymnasium will be held May 26. Ray Murrays, assistant state WPA administrator, will be the principal speaker, and there will be ten or twelve WPA officials from the state and regional offices here. A Mr. Steffey will represent the state board of education. Other LaVerne. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, county federation chairman was a guest of'the,-Tuesday club last week at 'the meeting at the home of the president, Mrs. Fred Merkle. She gave a report of the state biennial at Davenport. Mrs. Walter Hefti and Mrs. George Wolf read poems on Mother's day. Mrs. E. R. Walter was a guest. Mrs. Pearle Conoway and Mrs. Cora McPherson drove to Clariur da Saturday evening to visit Mrs. Mrs. Conoway's relatives. A sister had come to that place from California and could only stay a few days so Mrs.'Conoway spent Mother'^ Day with her. The Senior class went lo Ames Friday to attend Veishea on their Skip Day. They were accompanied by their sponsor, Walter Peterson. • Friday night the high school band will give, a concert in the gymnasium under the direction, of. Walter Peterson. '_\ 'Maxine Smith and Doothy Lind-, ebak went to Ames Thursday to i attend Veishea. The Carl Midkiffs, Iowa City, are jpending a couple of week at M. Barton's. . Put Your Dream 1 Into Plans ORDINANCE NO. »<I2 \N ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A RESTRICTED RESIDENCE DIST- UCT WITHIN THE CITY OF Ab- 3ONA, IOWA, AND PROVD1NG A ^ENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF. Whereas there has been filed In the office of the Clerk of the City of Algfona, Iowa, a petition signed by more tl'.ar. sixty percent of the owners of the real estate In the district sought to be affected and hereinafter described and residing in the City of Algona, the said real estate be- ng described as follows (o-wit: All of Blocks Fifty (SOI and Piftv-Onn (51) of thu Original Plat of Alffona, T.iwa, which petition asl<n for the •untab- I'.shment of a restricted resilience district ir. said city pursnum to \\w. provisions of Chapter 325 of the 1935 Coilo of Iowa, to Include the ix.biivo i'prllip'l renl esttite, therefore, BIS IT RESOLVED by tlio City Council of the City of Alf^xia Town: Section 1. That ,tMft following described renl estate located In the : An important part played by us is to work with you on the plans, buying the lot, .35 S building, and aiding you in the finance of the home. We ha\e a complete FBEE S plan service. Come in and we will ; aid youJn.all^the details of getting your, I.dreamJhome under.;,way. j J F. S. NORTONRtt SON Ss ALGONA "THE PIONEER LUMBER YARD" PHONE 229 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilillllllllllllllllllllllll Assistant Purchasing Agent...LooksOut tor "No. 1" FINEST QUALITY FISHING TACKJ AT COAST-TO-COAST^| STORES' :;;. '.;,m Daniel Whene h*r to Bloomlngton, 111. When she TOS a smal child they came to Kossuth, county and made tbeli Km northeast of town married in 1W6 to Ed . Two SOBS and five EoilUe man were hauling gravel for the driveway last week Tuesday. They said they wanted to fix it so this writer could come anytime. This is fine for us, but also toy. the Nabers and many others who call f£re. Mr. Naber has two daughter^, Wallburge and Ida, and Wall- burge, who recently suffered a Sued aniel, has to get about now with crutches . South Beni-lMj6n|, » « * » Ted Johnson, east of Bancroft, M JohiU soon tove * Buy the Besl al Coasl-lo-Coasl. Nationally Known Fishing Tackle CINUINf BronsonReel f&t£P*" Casting Rods OtuliditwIaiiUlignd. 2MKIKOATM* fcwhtt Union Hardware Y « Pfluegef-Gr'eek CJiib J Shal&iieaie'-, PaiiV ' Buhyan-True Temper'f •JHUR-STRIKE" Wpoden Minnow Red h'eod, -— white bod A proven m getter. ' . «i*F 25 1> SIX SIMM TO Tl MCI—Tbi» young handy man is always alert to "family's" needs. He buys in quantity for economy and to guarantee adequate, supply, Dr. Pepper truly belongs on the grocery list.,,, It'i a food in liquid form. Grand to, hive in die home refrigerator for younger'! mid-meal snack*..,for tired m^her» M ,for family convenience or guest hospitality. Tike bowi » QPPIU•'**''"' ^ m *& *j'
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