Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1939 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 27, 1939
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KOSSUTH COUNTV ADVANCE. IOWA PAGE S and ,Mr. afe *t- convention -*t nd tome othe r relatives been on a tour rrlved here, ^aa of Robblnsdale C. Boss, Minne> last week Mon- IIUB •""- . . T W week-end at L. K. Helland, a beauty Mrs. Boss an part of last week. Her father is a professor in the agricultural department of Iowa State She was graduated this college, •spring js a slater, 'vfrs. Hoyey. father has for kJs' beVn right-hand man Mr. daughter., potrate, son of two Rich- weeks an operation for following which an Herbert -and Lotts Creek- [from Cambridge, Mass,, where Charles Cretzmeyer was graduated In liberal arts from. Harvard unl- Vesity last week. Charles still hns three years of medicine and a year of Intetneshlp. to complete. Ihe-iW. H. Hoddens have named their cottage on West Okoboji "BUJoibar," coined from the names ot the ; three children, "Billy," Joan, and Mary Elizabeth. The Goddens spent the week-end there, arid Herbert Weydert, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Weydert, south of Aigona,"was their guest. 'Mesdanics II. M. Olson, T. L. Larson, Leo Spilles, Albert Granzow, and Wm. C. Steele Jr. drove to,Clear Lake Thursday to attend an Inter-town bridge tournament at the Clear Lake Country club clubhouse. Mrs. Olson, who is a former Clear Lake teacher, was one of the prize-winners. Mrs. Herman Lceftlnk returned yesterday to her home at Mountain, Wis., after two weeks here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. li: Tribon. Doctor Triibon went with her for the rest of thd sum- rrie and will also look after his lands there. Mr. and Mrs. Leeftink have a farm of their own. Mr*. George lloswcll went to Spencer Thursday with Mrs. Mc- ..,--- >~i.vu _»10 Ofl 1U£) rrom tne home economics department, having specialized In child management. Miss Pickett and a friend arc opening a nursery school at. Cedar Ra.pids. Willis and Lois Col-well, of Des Molnes, spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell. Willis is still in Iowa Pipe & Culvert company employ, and Lois attends.the American In-r stitute of Busniess . Other guests at the Colwell home were: Mr. and Mrs. Charjs Black, Cedar Falls; Mr. mid Mrs. Donald Black, and Mrs. J. A. Freeh, Mrs. Clark's parents, and Mr. Clark's parents, Grocer and Mrs. R. A. Clark. The visiting Clarks live at Marsh/field, Ore., where Mr. Clark is chief customs U. S. inspector. Juanita has been working for Mr. Freeh's half- brother, Charles •• Arnold, Ortonville, Minn., since her family and her grandmother took her there two weeks ago. The rest of the Clark family left Sunday to visit relatives In Illinois, expecting to return Wednesday. Out-of-town.. relatives attending the 0. T. Solberg funeral Wednesday were: Mrs. Larson and a daughter, Mr. Walby, Mr. Strand, j Madson, his sister, McCamey, both of Adel, ' Jefferson, were Borns and C. C. Wright i Rochester Sunday, and u Mrs Wright home. She 'Into the hospital there C" ago for an operation, Cstm weak, she is much im- 5-ifrs. Wright is Mrs. Burnsid Mrs. W. G. McCullough St' Louis' Friday to see ,n 'Bob' graduated from the ichuh-Carpenter college of science. Tb'ey returned Sunday .• Bob expects to i his father here for the Creery, Mrs. H. C. Alliaud, and Mrs. William Higgins, all of Whittemore. Mrs. Illiaud, a sister of Mrs. Boswell, did the driving. Mrs. Alliaud's husband is a dentist, and Mrs. McCreery's husband is Whittemore's able veteran doctor. Jos. Bloom drove to St. Paul Sunday, and took with him Mrs. T. T. T. Herbst's son, Charles Stephenson. Mr. Bloom was to return early this week, bringing Mrs. Jloom.and the son Dick, who have been visiting Mrs. Bloom's father, 3. J. Melemad. Charles is in the ^orthrup-King Seed Co. employ. Hop" Flndlay went to Ottumwa Monday for a few days with his ;ona Waterloo, nnd Phyllis Julius, of Moorland. Charles Black ts a cousin of Mr. Colwell. -Ur. and Mrs. J. B. Bauer, Storm Lake, daughter Vcrjean, and son Warren wore Thursday evening guests at Clinton Lighter's. They came to attend a ball game between a Storm Lake team and the Alfrona Brownies. The Bauer son Wesley plays on the Storm Lake team, and Mr. Bauer is in Hubbard Milling company employ there. The Lighters and the Bauers knew each other when both families lived near Hartley many years ago. >". L. Cotton, Lone Rock, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Au- 'gus, Lawton, Okla.. Mrs. Harley Shellito. Ames, and the latter'? daughter Norma, were Saturday afternoon callers at Frank Geigel's. Doctor Angus is a brother Mrs. Shellito a daughter, of Mrs Cotton. Mrs. Geglel was a neighbor of the Anguses and Cottons when she lived at Lone Rock where she was once postmistress and served as Advance correspond ent. Leon S. Wheeler, Philip, S. D. his wife and three children cativ down Sunday to see Mrs. Wheel er's father, George Hohenbergei Leon, once of the County Saving bank, has for many years conduct ed an insurance agency, and hi oldest boy, now 25, is with him Mrs. Wheeler and the other chi dren live at Sioux Falls, 300 mile away, where a daughter is em all of New London, Minn.; Mrs. Bertha Ellingbo, Minneapolis, cousin of Mr. Solberg who sang a, olo at the funeral; the John Jenins, Llvermore; Oliver Christianen, son Billy, and S. T. Christian-1 • n, Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ervruger, Mr. and Mrs. D. lathiason, and the Nels Larsons, cured ,by contractors frotn thej| Architects on or after July 10* J93fl, upon depositing with the Architects the s«im of $10.00 the full amount of which deposit will be returned to contractors upon the return' of contract documents to ,the Architect's office. ,' The character and amount of security to be submitted by bidders is stated in the proposed contract documents. No bidder may withdraw his bid for at least thirty days after the scheduled closing time for the receipt of bids. By virtue of statutory authority, a'Preference .will.be given to products and provisions grown ' and coal produced within the State of He planned to stop at Iowa en route to see '"Bunny" parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Findlay. City Jones, who is at a hospital there In serious condition. "Bunny" was a junior in high school last year and was the marching band's drum Iowa. After the bids are opened • and hor; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blair, Neb., son Robert, and Harny Krogh; J. D. Soppelands, Vinent; Mrs. Myron Guffisberg, Fort examined by the Board of Supervisors, said Board may by resolu* tion declare who is the lowest bidder, and may defer the award of said contract pending necessary Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Leh- and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Krogh,'details. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids received and to waive in- us, Mr. Ir. and formalities in bids. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 21st nd Albert Rolfe. Mrs. Victor Hermanson, day of June, 1939. Hermanson, all of major. Mrs. Alfred Jcntz, of Colorado Springs, Colo., with her daughter anil Mrs. C. M. Cox, -Austin, with their children, were guests at the former's par- fiota Cox'*, south of, Algona IB a farmer. The" elder Mr, .will be 76 Thursday, and a ,. |y dinner was served in his sp,. m g s . iday guests at M. F. Am „ were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. . Goldfielcl, and Ray Cunning- land a Miss Hutchison, Water; r . Clue, a buttermaker, is a ier of Mrs. Amfahr, and Mr. [ilnglmm is in Nehi Bottling loy. i and Mrs. A. E. Anderson will i Wednesday for a week's'fish- fct Horseshoe Lake, Minn. "An- ...j made rapid recovery, from |operations he had at Rochester this year, and his .doctor 6. trip. The Andersons will i July 5. Kelly, Sioux City, and M. Kelly, Emmetsburg, i Friday evening guests, of master and Mrs. W. :W. Sulli- V. E. is a cousin, Thomas a [her of Mrs. Sullivan. Thomas , his brother's law office at isburg. • • • • 1 Mrs. D. L. Leffert, with daughter Ila Mae, left Fri| for Ithaca, N. Y., where the r will be employed as .statisti- In animal husbandry and jetics at Cornell university. She ! graduated this spring from I State college at Ames. \ F, Ovennyer attended a Meth- laymen's meeting at- Chero (Thursday and helped lay plans " ! fall conference. Mrs. Over , daughter June A'del, Mrs. W 'oster, and the latter's daugh | Mary Elizabeth accompanied I and spent the time sight-see jr. and Mrs. A. T. Olson, Auro (111., with their children Lo ' snd Bobby, were week-en "iof the P. L. Thorpes. Mrs. frpe and Mrs. Olson were room when they taught at Sioux • Eleanor Thorpe accom- them home for a ten day • and Mrs. Alex Dermand, .with I son Leouldas, attended au an- I I Picnic of the Fort Dpdge iPter of the Order of Ahepa Sun- afternoon. There were some 1 Wsons in attendance. The s operate the Bevmand . but formerly lived at Ft, TheWay, Eagle Grove, 1 Wednesday for a few days Irma Dee, arrived Wednesday for a month with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wille. Mr. Jentz, former Algona barber, has a .barber shop there. His father, ployed and a son is attending co lege. Leon gets to see the family once a month. Among Hurt people who attended services at the Algona Presbyterian church Sunday morning were Mrs. J. M. Doms. wife of the Burt pastor, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, Mrs. L. D. Hodgson, daughters Ruth and Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kriethe, daughter Eugenia. The Rev. Mr. Doms was attending a young people's Bible conference at Medicine Lake, Minn., five miles from Minneapolis, and did not get _„. . home till Sunday evening. The con- Henry Jentz, also a former Algon- ference was in session all last NOTICE OF PR01UTK OF WII.I, No. 4520. n-Dlstrict .Court, Stcite of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss, March term, 1939. | To All JVhom It Moy Concern: ' ! You are hereby notified, That nn nstrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of J. F. Behlmer, deceased, dated July 28, 1938, having been this day, filed- opened, and read, Monday, the 10th day of July, | 1939, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the aet Will and Testament of said de- eased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June 7, 939. Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of the District Court. By order of the Board of Supervisors of County of Kossuth, State of Iowa. (Signed) E. S. KI'NSEY, 41-43 County Auditor, One of year's best! See it sure! ian, now lives retired at Colorado week. 3Ir. and Mrs. W. J. Payne left Ruth Williams, Sloan, and Evelyn Kuchenbecker, Owatonna, Minn., ere week-end guests at H. W. filler's. Leona Miller, Mapleton, Jinn., will go home Sunday after wo weeks here. She is a sister of dr. Miller, and Miss Kuchenbecker s a sister of Mrs. Miller. Miss Wiliams, a friend of the Millers, eaches at Sioux Center. Photographer and Mrs. Wm. F. Brown, with the daughter Jane, eft -Thursday for a few days in he West. They planned to visit Salt Lake City, the Yellowstone park, Denver, and the Black Hills. Alice Sabin is meanwhile in charge of the Brown house, and Mrs. Jack Hilton, Violet Halbrook, and June Strayer are in charge at the studio. Mrs. n. E. Smith, Mason City, cam'e Saturday for part of the summer with, her mother, Mrs. S. J. Backus. Her husband is an inspector for the state highway commission. Betty Backus, also Mason City, who was a week-end guest of her mother, is employed T. Holtzbau«r, Deputy. HARRINGTON & LOWE, , Attorneys. 39-41 TUESDAY-WEDNES. CORINNE LUCHAIRE —in— PRISON WITHOUT BARS" ('Alex Korda production) 2nd Feature BUCK JONES —in— "UNMARRIED" in Lundberg's dress shop there. Mrs. Smith is the former Eleanor, Backus. The Duffy family had a group picnic Sunday at Clear Lake, and attending were the M. J. Duffys and Frances Duffy, Algona; the Martin Duffys, Whittemore; the Beatrice Duffys, New York City; Alice Duffy, Mason City; and Ferdinand Montag, West Bend. Beatrice Duffy, who is a nurse, has been visiting her parents and other relatives at Whittemore and Algona, Mrs. S. B. French, her daughter latter's Laura Saturday for a tour along the Mississippi river from McGregor to Lansing. The trip is .by way of celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. The Paynes formerly lived in that section, and Mrs Payne hails from McGregor. In eluded in the trip will be a visit to The Dells in Wisconsin. On the way they were to see daughter a' Mason City and Mrs. Payne's'sistei at Charles City. Relatives at Min neapplis and Duluth .were to b< visited after the river tour. John Kohlhaas Jr. and Kennetl Holmes left two weeks ago t« hitchhike to California, plannin to be gone a month. They stopped | overnight with Mrs.' Kohlhaas's sister at Sioux City, and at Sioux Falls with other relatives. The boys got a ride with one man-as far as Kennebec, then with another from there all, the way to Call- fornit. They stopped at Yellowstone park en route. The boys are now with two aunts of John at Merced, 90 miles south of San Francisco, and fhey expect to attend the Frisco fair. Mrs. Evert Swensson and her sniall son Kenneth left Saturday night for Chicago, after two weeks with Mrs. Swensson's parents, Mr. Official ^Publication. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals for the County rlome Building to be erected in | iCossuth county, Iowa, will be received by the • County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, in the office of the County Auditor, E. S. Kinsey, until 1:00 o'clock p. m., August 2, 1939, at which time and place all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. 'All bids submitted shall be made on the printed forms attached to and made a part of the proposed contract documents,. Bids shall be addressed and delivered to the County Auditor of Kossuth county, State of Iowa, in sealed envelopes marked with the name of the bidder. •The contract documents are on file-at the office of the County Auditor and Keffer and Jones, Architects, 202 Masonic Temple, Des Moines, Iowa, and may be- se- i| THURS. THRU SATURDAY June 29-30, July 1 VIRGINIA WEIDLER LEE TRACY —in— "FIXER DUGAN" and JOHN WAYNE "THE NIGHT RIDERS" SUN.-MON-, JULY 2-3 DOROTHY LAMOUR JON HALL -m- "HURRICANE" (Re-issue) and "BULLDOG DRUMMOND'S BRIDE" ' Meredith Richardson. The classmates at loya college. Meredith, -Helen, and ottiea Bjustrom drove to the wjs Friday for an overnight Pi vtth Algona girls at the Mc- ^ft«r cottage. Maid Foxwell, Olympia and her daughter Gerald- Arrived Friday, and brought »* Mrs. Foxwell's mother, Mrs. «i "« e f' who had ma<le an ex ,. *" visit there. . The Foxwells Hii i?n e shortly a«er the Fourth *«' go home by way o? jite Francisco fair. * Srs. F. R. Hopkins, of ...- Calif., with two daugb- 10 and eight,, are Mrs. Cidney Laird, the daughter Jane, and Mrs. Paine are expected Thursday from Hollywood. Mrs. French and 'Mrs. Laird will be at the -Lyle Mathes or 'former French home here, and Mrs. Paine, a former Algonian, will visit her daughter, Mrs. Geo.; R. Free, Garner, besides old Algona friends.. Mrs. F, S. Norton goes to her cottage at the Okobopis for the summer today, and she will be joined there by the Arthur C. -Ferguson's, Keokuk. . Mrs. Ferguson and the children .will, stay for a time. Mrs. Norton's daughter Eleanor, principal of a St. Paul high school and dean of women, is at Seattle, Wash., this summer, attending summer school. ,r. 1). Burns was at Estherville last week Sunday to see his father, J. Br Burns, who has had one eg amputated six inches above the nee The elder Mr. Burns, 75, iad been troubled for some years with poor circulation in the leg nd when the circulation stopped ompleiely it was found necessary o operate to save bis life. His ondltion Is now greatly improved. Ellen Gay Plcketl, Ames, was a guest of Mrs.- Wm. K. Ferguson and Mrs. Geo. E. Johnson. The Swenssons are leaving Chicagp tonight for New Orleans, where Doctor Swensson will serve a years internship at a U. S. marine hospital. The doctor was one of two men chosen for internships there from this year's medical graduating class at the University of Illinois. Mr. Johnson has for many years conducted a local shoe re pair shop. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Clark, with their children Jack, Juanita, and Dorothy, have been visiting Mr. n*™. TUESDAY AND WEDNES., JUNE 27-28 Continuous show LIIPE VALEZ in f CHBL FROM MEXICO 1 ' THURS. 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