Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1939 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 25, 1939
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1939 <JA* o sfiticcise In n feff'mon customers for |)»A- o"^ —It's ^gtent stuff! Johnson'* D-X SERVICE PLUMBIN&I jjf WINTER OR SUM- 3LEB, stick close to your plumber! if there's any thin? wrong ivlth yonr plumbing system,\phoBe UING & HOCKEY Phone 4«4 Algona, low* All KINDS OF CUS- TOM GRINDING with our NEW PORTABLE PORT HURON GRINDER • ARNOLD SANDERS Phone 2981, Collect In Verne, Iowa DRIVE RIGHT UP — and let your car hare a thorough cleaning, inside and out—including vacuuming upholstery. It's the best job you can have. STEWART Super Service 302 E. State Phone 798 12 or 18 Months to Pay! PRATT & LAMBERT PAINT AND VARNISH KOSSttTtt COtttJTV ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA Corwith BandjVfothers Form a Club 6IVE A SOCIAL FARMERS IN PORTLAND TO GET MONEY TIE up WITH THE REA FOR NEW MUSIC Corwith, July 24 — Mothers of band members met last week Tuesday evening at the schoolhouse and organized a Band Mothers .club. Officers were chosen- Mrs. C E. Galloway, chairman; •w M »?«*• Men ' lam ' vice; Mrs. J. Worth Miller, secretary-treasurer Then on Wednesday evening the club held a social on the postoffice lawn at which home-made ice ceam, cake, and pie were served the proceeds to be used to buy new music for the band. .Two Girls Have Operations— , Two Corwlth girls had operations for acute appendicitis last .week. Bonnie Barracks was operated on at the' Mason City Mercy hospital, where she is a student nurse, Tuesday morning, and her mother, Mrs. Glen Barracks, has been with her since. Alice Haus- wlrth entered a Des Moines hospital last week Monday, for the operation Tuesday. She had gone to Des Moines the preceding Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Howard Zimbeck. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hauswirth, and the daughter Shirley, with whom Alice lives, drove down Wednesday to call on her, Uncle Killed In Accident— . 'Mrs. W. H. Perkins received .word a week ago of the accidental death of her uncle, Sheriff Arthur J. Salisbury, 68, North Platte, Neb., I on the Fourth. He and Mrs. Salisbury were returning from a vacation trip, when the car, driven by Mrs. Salisbury, ran into a ditch as a tire blew out. Mrs. Salisbury was seriously injured. Mr. Salisbury had been sheriff of Lincoln county, Neb., for some years. Mrs. Perkins didn't receive word of the accident till after the funeral had 'been held. figures on Jfo. Ill Paving— . 'A. Anderson, M. & St. L. agent at Britt, has reported 638 carlads of materials used in construction of the pavement on No. Ill between Britt and Kanawha. This road is just a few miles east of Corwlth, and a large number of Corwith men were employed on the surfacing. There were 266 carloads of sand, 276 of gravel, 88 of cement, and eight of reinforcing Iron. Portland Twp., July 24—The R. E. A. has inaugurated electric service nt the Charles Phelps farm. A water system was put in, and all buildings were wired for lights. Mr. Phelps had a light system before, but took over electricity because it was run by the place on the north and the south. Others now having electricity include the Will Ringsdorfs, the Paul Krueg- ers, the Lewis Bartletts, and the Martin Larsons. This takes in the east side of the township. Mrs. Woodward Gives Talk— Forty-five persons attended a Portland Progress club tea Thursday at Mrs. Martin Larsen's. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, gave the main number on the program, and she urged the club to join the state federation. A reading was given by Dorothy Stewart, and musical numbers by Lavina Jandl .and the Larsen sisters, also two piano solos by Mrs. Earl Miller. The next meeting will be a picnic at the Ambrose A, Call state park. Assisting hostetses were Mesdames Harvey Graham, Bernard Phelps and Lewis Bui-Hell. Girls' Club Dans for Fair- Tiie Porthnl Peppy .F'ala met | Wednesday whli Mrs. Martin Becki er. Marilyn Long told how to ' clean silverware, and Mary Mc- jWhorter h'o'w to improve an outdoor toilet, Viola Trenary gave a detailed report on the Amos convention. Articles for the fail- booth were decided upon, and pictures were taken. Xciv Daughter for Petersons— .. 'A new girl arrived at Mr. and Mrs. Orrle Peterson's home Thursday. There are now six children n the family, four boys and two Iiegion "Anx" Studies Financing— . The Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall last week Tuesday evening, and there was a discussion on raising funds for the coming year. A committee, Mrs. Maude Riggle, Mrs. Lowell Brickson, and Mrs. Inga Woodbury, was appointed to decide on means. Plans were laid for a Junior girls' annual outing at Clear Lake. Lunch of sandwiches and lemonade was served by Mrs. Mary Dunlap. Slilpman Reunion is Hold— A Shipman reunion was held a week ago Sunday at Shannon Dunfee's, Lyle, Minn., and from Cor- FENTON CLUB'S ACHIEVEMENT DAYAUG,15TH Fenton, July 24 —. The Fenton Forward 4-H club met Thursday afternoon with Marian Finnestad. Seventeen menibers, the, ^leader, Mrs, Will Weisorod, and assistant, Priebe, and June Frank, of Han-;. lng s. Mrs. Ruth S. Hicks will at- cock, Minn., were guests. Plans tend and help plan the homemak- were completed for a pie and ice er ' s tea. atout th» *»$y, comenbnt terms Ptoserv. the turfacM in and around , > 'your hern*! . ^ COWAN BUILDING ,„ SUPPLY CO, »*p So. Dodge Street »e275,Algona Frank gave a paper on how to .Wednesday afternoon in 811 ?? 11 *:,, :G , uests Emil Bleckwenn, store woolen clothing, and Dorothy ° ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Catherine Shipman, SAY YOU ABE TO KNOW THE FACTS eating. Citing or no , e ls your *uar- ke or »«*eete4 claim eerv- --uou restricted Why uot Insure wjtfc c, with were: Kouba, Mrs. the Enos Dunfees, the Vern Zeig- lers, Mrs. Ben Zeigler, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Meyers. Other Corwith News. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Riggle recently drove to Iowa City to bring their son Bobby home from the university hospital, and they were accompanied down by John Carlson, who remained there for an extended visit with his daughter Mrs. Chris Reynolds, and his son Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Long have returned to their home at Monticello after a week with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Men-lam .Thursday evening the Longs anc the Merriams drove to Mason City for the evening with WHma Mer- rlara in honor of Mrs. Long's birthday. Jneol/ Sliubert Loses Father— iJacob Shubert was called to Hoi- stein last week Tuesday by news of the death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson followed Friday and took the Schubert familJ there for the funeral. . Gleii Francis has finished applying a fresh coat of paint to the K. & H. oil station. The colors are yellow and maroon, used by al' K, & H. stations. Eric Ericksor and Ernest Maddenhauer are loca managers. Doctor Walley, Eric Erickson Glenn Dunlap, and Dr. Claude Stull drove to Des Mones last wee! Monday, and Eric.received treat roeut there for a hip injury, Mrs. P, E. Walley entertained the 0. E. S. Aid circle at the Wai ley cottage at Clear Lake all day .Thursday. A picnic dinner was eaten at noon. girls. Mr. Peterson helps with the farm work at Ray McWhorter's. T.nmkhlll nt Hospital Again— John Trunkhlll again spent a week in a Blsmar'ck, N. D., hospital recently. Later he visited his HAWGOTT, GOOD HOPE, MOURNS AN OLD FRIEND Good Hope, July 24—Called by the cfbath of Rlley riall, El Paso, er LewlTat 5eU»nger;N. D. I 11 }-, ^ ««"» »*«• *• f- Hawcott, returned to the hospital for a fi^, l!?t £»£• ^S'Jffiffit then check-up. Sisters Meet AfteTss Years— , Mrs. John Koestler's sister, Mrs. Thelma Locher, Phoenix, Arix., Is making an extended visit here. It had been 33 years since the wonten saw each other before. Other Portland News. Mr. and Mrs. Xlfred Godfredson were business visitors at Seneca last week Tuesday evening, Mrs. Godfredson and her brothers, two of the Woltzes, visited an uncle, Daniel Woltz, who is critically .sick at his home at Wlnnebago, •Minn., the same day. , Last week Sunday guests at J. P. .Trunkhill's were Mrs. Anna Ambrose, daughter Mrs. Fred Braddish, the letter's husband and .son, all of Des Moines, who also visited Burt relatives last week. ' Mrs. Harvey Graham was a co- hostess at a Methodist Tltonka Aid luncheon Wednesday. A large crowd attended, ' and $17 was cleared. This has proven a satisfactory way to raise funds. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson entertained Mesdames George Lanning, .Samuel Winchell, S. M. Peterson, i and Edw. Smith Thursday after-! noon, '•.... Kathleen Seip, Irvington, went home Saturday, after two weeks ' with her cousin, Thelma Bristow. | Mesdames 'David Weber and Ralph Roberts spent .Thursday afternoon at Emmetsburg. Burt, left for that ci(y at midnight last week Tuesday,' arriving at 10:45 Wednesday morning. The drive was made in the R. F. Haw- •cott car, George driving there and •back. Funeral services were held •Wednesday afternoon. • Mr. Hall was 79. His wife died •30 years agb. He is survived by a •sou and two daughters, all married and living in the vicinity of El Paso. Mr. Hawcott and Mr. Hall were friends ot 54 years' standing. They •were Brought into contact while R. •F. was living with the Tom Haw- •cotts on one of Mr. Hall's father's farms in the El Paso neighborhood. • Mr. Hall, a frequent visitor to •Burt, had owned the farm now oc- •cupied by the P .W. Kollasches, and at previous times .by the Howard Salisburys, the George Haw- cotts (George, R. F.'s brother), and •others. Mr. Hall, his son, and the latter's wife visited the Hawcotts last fall. ' At El Paso R. F. renewed ac- qualn'.ances with many friends of •his youth who still live in that neighborhood, and Mrs, Hawcott •called on a niece of Mrs. James Wadsworth, Lone Rock. ' The party returned Thursday. In •the Hawcotts' absence Mrs. Harris iWadsworth looked after things at •the farm, Martha Marson staying with her for company at night. WEST BEND 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisler Jr., Detroit, are spending a week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eislers Sr. Last week Tuesday all visited Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau, Whittemore, the latter a granddaughter of the elder Eislers. . Mrs. William White returned to Iowa City last week Tuesday for treatment at the university hospital. Jerry Schutter took Mrs. White, Mr. White, and the daughter, Mrs. Gist, down in his car. James Walker, hauling gravel near Armstrong, spent Wednesday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker. Mrs. Charles Rlley, Mason City, spent a few 'hours at William Rl- ley's one day last week, then drove on to Livermore to see her hus- band. She is employed at the Ford-Hopkins drug store, and she had suffered a hand cut on a glass tumbler, so she was off duty a few days. Oscar and Lyman Rlley received word Friday that their brother-in- law, Frank Collins, of Livermore, •had died. Oscar and Ida Rlley drove to Livermore that afternoon. Mr. Collins had been a sufferer with hardening of the arteries more than a year. The funeral was to be held Sunday. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING SCHOOL JHSTHICT ESTIMATE _ Notice: The Board of Directors of Consolidated Independent School District of Ottosen, Waucos'.a and Garfield townships, Humboldt and Kossuth counties, Iowa, will meet August 7, 1939, at 8 thtn. at School House. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures at that time. N. STRUTHERS, District Secretary. 123 4567 Proposed Balance Estimat- Estimat- Amount Expend- Expend- expend- on hand ed sur- ed income necessary itures- itures itures June plus of other to be for year for year estimated 30 balance than raised by 1938-39 1937-38 FUNDS— 1939-40 General — ?13,743 School •House _ 3,400 3,441 1939 on hand taxation taxation ? 7,174 $ 743 $13,000 $17,725 $13,940 3,400 3,125 3,095 Totals —$17,143 $10,615 $ 743 $16,400 i$20,850 $17,035 Estimated taxes per :$1,000.00 of assessed value, $15.15. Number of persons of school age in the district, 150. Taxable valuation (1938), Kossuth Co., $156,779; Humiboldt Co., $926,202. ] Moneys and Credits (1938), Humboldt Co., $8,875. You can buy any Dress STRAW HAT for Mueller. They returned here late Wednesday, and the newly married couple remained till Friday. Birthday Is Celebrated— • Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman enter- .tained Thursday in honor of her .son, John Philip's first birthday anniversary. 'Guests were Mrs; Gerhart Hantelman and daughter, Mrs. Martin Hantelman and her -, .„ mother, Mrs. Meier, Mrs. Wm. ! teuton..Hantelman, Mrs. Don Hantelman,! " and Susan, and Alice Han'telman. Homemiikcrs Will Elect— 'Friday Homemakers of Feuton township,will meet at the Metho- ! | iorena Dreyer .answered roll call dist church basement. Township ,vith Hobbies. Mrs. Hicks, H. D. °* flcers will be elected and plans A., Mrs. John Finnestad, La Vaun 1 Half Price at the Hub Freeman Oxfords all Summer Styles Regular Grades $5 $4 and $2.94 Special Overnite Suit Cases . . 98c cream social last Saturday, am d! !alr plans were discussed. Phyllis • St. FENTON NEWS John's Lutheran Aid met the; were Dan Mueller on, how to keep shoes off .Bleckwenn, F. F. Schroeder,' Rob- the closet floor. Local achieve- ert Votteler, Ferdinand Bierstedt, inent -day will be August 15. Mrs. Joe Madden, Herman .Struecker, Hicks gave the girls demonstration a ? d Lawrence Johannesen, and Viola Struecker and Elsie Bleckwenn. Hostesses were Mrs. Theo 11 Lunch .Bleckwenn and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt. Mr. and Mrs. John Newel enter- LEUTHOLD-WILL1AMS-REYNOLDS helps and showed samples of things the girls can make, was served. icngiiers Have Meeting— The Walther League met Thursday night at St. John's Lutheran church. The meeting opened with the singing of hymns, followed by the topic study, Church History, in charge of Thusnelda Kabelitz, The .business meeting opened with the appointment of Lorena and Alvina .Dreyer and Phyllis Fauerby to act as the play committee. It was decided to have a kittenball team with Carol Willrett and Ruth Kabelitz as captains. Alvina Dreyer, secretary of Christian Knowledge, gave a report and asked for more .help in that department. Phyllis Gade and Rosemary Finnestad .were appointed to help her. Kathryn Ohm and Vedolia Klatt, captains of the two divisions, gave .reports. Vedolia's side is ahead. .Three new members/were taken in -Phyllis Fauerby, Mervin Jentz .and Paul Bleckwenn. Games were .played, and lunch served by Dorothy and Luella Mueller. ,'l'wo Birthdays Observed— , The Happy Birthday club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs, .Dennis Hendricksen, and 23 metn- ,bers and three guests, Mrs. Kuut- ,son, Mrs. Merle Deltzel, and Mrs. .Francis Ware, were present. The .birthdays of Mrs. Paul Cornelius and Mrs. Delbert Long were celebrated. Mrs. Fred Fessler and Mrs. Marian Brown were in charge of the program and entertainment. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Fran- !cis Ware, Mrs. Henry Gowans, and Mrs. Dale Long. Plans were made for the annual family picnic August 27 at Soper Park, Emmetsburg. .Refreshments were served by Mrs. Art Juhl and Mrs. Delbert Long. Auxiliary Officers Installed— The Legion Auxiliary met Frl- Jt'Ballers Who Bet Shirts are Still Safe 'Swea City, July 24—Rains have ^ _ o Interrupted the - local softlbali j d . iy a f teruooll with Mrs. Hans schedule. At this writing the Mid- Baago . The county chairman, Mrs. west team 'is still iu possession of ' Venl p ete rson, of Swea City, in- flhirts wagered with the R° u 6 h . stalled the fQllowing officers: Riders. A game with Lakota end-1 pvesident| Mrs . H. B. Theesfield; ed disastrously for the Midwest-, vlce Mrs Rex Wolfe; secretary .erners, however—8-3 in Lakota s and treasur e ri Mrs. W. E. Laage; favor—a repetition of the outcome cha pi ailli Mrs. Sam Warner; his- flf every game played with that torian> Mrs. E. C, Fauerhy; pub- team so far this season. But the Jlcjty . c h a irman, Mrs. Ed Ohm; ser- Midwesterners will endeavor to re- geant at amSi Mrs. John Kramer. deem themselves when they play Lakota on Sauerkraut day. A game .visitors are Honored— wHh the Psthervllle Packers at , M r. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman Es berville .last week Tuesday .entertained at dinner Wednesday night was won by the host team. , evell ing in honor of Susan, Hentel- r -°- Minneapolis, and Alice Han- Albuquerque, N. M. Other "• and and mei- ^v»". Mr - an( ^ Mrs ' Hll l Hantelmaa and two sons, and 10-0. -=-r-7 , -H- • - _ Auctioneer Mieh| „ Ha» a Sick Spell * ** P jnan, ___ City, July 24-"Col" Fred Mr . and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman. 3iT^ * ' •» ' tained at dinner Friday honoring Mr. and Mrs. Tyre Lively, of Palestine, Tex. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel and Beth Ann, Mrs. Kate Newel, of Hartley, and the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, and Phyllis Jean, of Alta. Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, Alvina and, Ruth, and Edmund Krause drove to Fort Dodge Friday to bring the' other daughter Alice home for a 1 few days visit. Edmund remained for a visit with-his sister, Mrs. Enos Wrede, and to assist with moving to Eagle 'Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Gaarde, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Beiiora and Anna Marie, attended a Case convention at Des Moines Wednesday. Mrs. Gaard stopped off at Kelley to visit her parents. Robert Hantelman returned Monday evening from South Bend, Ind., driving a new Studebaker. En route to South Bend he visited two sisters at Cedar Falls and two sisters at Dubuque. Viola Mueller returned Thursday plight from Cedar Falls, where she visited last week with Leona Borchardt, who is attending summer school. She also visited friends at Newton. The Methodist Aid met in the church basement Friday afternoon. Lunch was served by Mesdames Melvin Mansager, Alfred Meyers, L. J. Welsm-od, and Harry Widdel. The Rev. and Mrs. J, G, Waterman left Thursday for their cottage at the Okobojijs, and will remain there to attend the Bible Conference which opened Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tyre O. Lively and Euby Fay Nelson, of Palestine, Tex., arrived Wednesday evening to visit at the parental John New? el's. Irene Krause, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause, has been named "Miss Fenton" to compete for Clay fair queen. TIRE Only 4 More Days Wednes. Thurs., Friday Saturday GOOD THE FAMOUS The Band Mothers home-made Ice crealn club seved after the concert Wednesday night, taking in $30.75. , Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Hillman, of Meuayaska, Minu., visited Wednesday at Wilbur Holldorf's. , Mrs. Jos. McGovern and three .children, Whlttemo r e, spent Tuesday at W. P. Welsbrod's. Mr. and-Mrs. John Lluihau, of Fairmont, visited Monday evening at George Goetsch's. Dale Goetsch, Rlngsted, is visiting with his grandparents, the George Goetsches. , Frank Bailey visited from Friday to Sunday a r t Pr. A. Whitlow's in Armstrong. West Bender Is Stricken. West Pead, JvUy Sir-Earl CoW> Buffered another stroke Thursday. 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