Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 7, 1937
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KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE), ALGONA, IOWA The New Cottage Beauty Shoppe ''New Modern Equipment Realistic Permanent Waves $500 Nestle G-4 Waves __ S'SX Duart Oil Waves ___ S'JJ Nu-Pad Oil Waves *«S End Curls __ -JfXX r , . $/5.UU IJicsc prices include Shampoo, Firmer Wave ami Hair Cut. Oil Shampoo and Finger Wave (with Massage and brushing) ___________ _ 75,3 Shampoo and Finger" Wave _______ I~"I~_l50c Manicures ________ __ ~ Eye BL-OW Arch _~I "" Marcel __________ Finger Waves, Wet _______ " _~__ ~ Finger Waves, Dried _____________ I~I_~35c ALL WORK GUARANTEED Gall For Evening Appointments Edna Gilmore, Proprieter Phone 128 119 Soutll Mimu gt> Lakotan Tells of State Fair Exhibits DESCRIBES NEW & CLEVER IDEA FOR TEA TABLE 'Lakota, Sept. 6—Mrs. J. H. Warburton returned Thursday from a few days at Des Moines, whore she spent parts of two davs at thpl, ™ r> ana Mrs> Jl E> Harnei< ] e ft state fair Tho n? , * ! last weok Tuesd "-y tor Des Moines state fair. The Intense heat and to attend the state fair and visit tne large crowds made sightseeing relatives at Boono. They returned hazardous. Tho exhibits in all tno last of the week. Incs at the fair were considered ^ r ' and JMrs> J{ly Lars °n. daugh the best in years. A booth of farm I 01 ' Incz < ! nd so , n Joe1 ' returned Sat- evhibits-grain, vegetables fru£ i^S^/nn^V-* ^st week at etc.—was nxpciinnt A „„,„*„.,.....- I H - °- Iverson's at SWEA-EAGLE NEWS A party,. Including Thomas Johnson and daughter Bernadlne, Mr and Mrs. Don McDermltte and small daughter Sondra Gene, John VIcDermltte, of Armstrong, and Jester Steves, Maple Hill, visited ast week in Chicago and Aurora, til. The Don McDermittes remain- 3d in Aurora with his sister, Mrs. 71 n o,,,ui, ' Anderson's and Claude Fougost homes In East Chain. Clifford Wallstrand, of Seattle, Wash,, arrived a week ago Monday and will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Borggren and attend high school at Swea City. Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club girls met Friday afternoon at the > - ' Mr> ftnd Mrs> Jl E> Harnei< A new fea ure ' " n tho bakery department was the er 5? rn . 8 *°™ 'ormorly ot here. ' E - mil Lars °n- M™. 0. A. r . of cellopliane which covered T ' E - mil ry article ™™> Mrs ' Torlne and baby, ivory article. There'wis a'iargo I JCI | SO ? > Mrs ' F " Torine and ' display of tempting goodies I vlsitcd Iast wock Tuesday at The gladioli were beautiful, col- >rs rich— dark red, purple, home of the leader, Mrs. Emil Lar son. Plans were made for a countj fair booth, and final check of art! cles made this year. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larson and children Helen, Martha, and Gor don, were in Chicago last week for few days vacation trip. Mrs. Alfred Johnson and daughter Gladys, of Birmingham, Ala. visited last week at Oscar Berggren's and Myron Johnson's. Mrs Tohnson is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Berggren. , , deep link. There were not as many rchids on display ns in former ears. •In the farm exhibit women's uilding there was a hobby display, comparatively new feature, but onsidered most interesting. Some f the hobbies were paintings, rap books, corsages made of ood fibre, antiques, silver, chairs, extremely old. The women have a new demonstration room where the Kossuth project women had an exhibit and gave a demonstration. This CHURCH GIVEN BUDGET FUNDS BEYOND QUOTA the final meeting of this' church year at the church Wednesday, with Mrs. J. G. Sewick, Mrs. and Mrs. as hostesses. Officers Schrader, secre- See the Butler atthe Fair SENSftTIONAl'>IHVf The Indianola garden exhibits in the hor icuHurP one y ° a J' llas " let ttl1 obli sations, and the be were flowers in a «, L ^ la ., compartment, and marching "irTcoi- ors were linen napkins in solid colors to match one yellow, one Blue, one orange, and one brown green plates, trays in matching colors, and bottles of soft drinks matched in color, each group in a separate division. Altogether nis was a most unique tea table RePc-rts have it that a new $70,000 poultry house will be added to he fair's equipment before next year's fair. lissionafy Society Has Meeting— The Woman's Missionary society met at the Presbyterian manse Thursday afternoon, with Mrs ohn Heetland, Mrs. 0. H Frer- ung (the pastor's wife), and Mrs. . E. AVortman as hostesses, and a irge number of women attended mma Gutknecht had charge of de- otions, and Mrs. Carl Gorzema ad the lesson, which was on omen and missions. Mrs R H illiams read a paper on Our Medil Task Over the Seas, and Wan- other relatives, left a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. She is taking nurse's training at the Lutheran hospital there. The Albert Dragers, Highland, Wis., went home Thursday, after a week at Emil Leeck's and with other relatives. Mr. Drager is Mrs. Leeck's brother. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Irmscher, of Colesburg, were over-Thursday night guests at the Rev. Geo. H. Wessel's. Mrs. Irmscher is Mr. Wessel's sister. Jos. Beitz. working in a canning 'actory at Winnebago, Minn., spent Wednesday and Thursday here with his wife and baby, who are visiting L. R. Daniels. Tho K. J. Smiths took' Mrs. Smith's molher, Mrs. Elizabeth Little, to her home at Kingsleyi Thursday. She had spent several weeks here. The W. W. Boettchc-rs returned Wednesday from Calniar, where they had spent a couple of davs irifli «1,1 !?-_•_ » with old friends, lived there. W. J. Davison _ to East Moline, 111. to visit a daughter, Mrs. Walter Gramenz, after which she- will visit the son Allen at Tipton. She will then return to Burt for a few days before going home, Methodists Hero Close Year— The Rev W. G. Muhleman, Methodist district superintendent, conducted the last quarterly conference this year of the local church last week Monday evening. Reports of the various organizations were given and showed that excellent work was being done. Some new officers were elected: L. E Roetman, trustee; Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, Kenneth Graham, stewards. They formerly recently visited Hurt relatives, and he and his sister, Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, visited Mrs. Mansmith's daughtei FEWER PUPILS THIS YEAR IN FENTON SCHOOL Fenton, Sept. 6—'After registration had been completed last week Monday for the opening of school it was found that tho enrollment was slightly lower than last year's but jt was expected that nior would enroll within a week or two FolloAving are the figures for a grades: Twelfth, 24; eleventh, 19 tenth, 23;'ninth, 24; eighth, 7; sev cnth, 7; sixth; fifth, 8; fourtl 11; third, 8; second, 5; first, 13. T< give all pupils an opportunity t attend the county fair, the school will be dismissed this week Tues day and again Thursday. JftMv Oil Station Completed— The new Home Oil supcr-scrvlc station has been completed will ill-modern equipment. Tho build ing has two drive-in stalls and an office room. An electric hoist am the latest type of pressure grease guns have been placed in one o; the stalls, and the other is equip >ctl for washing and polishing cars. G. n. Krausc, manager o ho company, is in charge of tho office, and Raymond Tletz cares or the rest. 'eoria Party Visits Here- Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mrs. Chris lansen, Mrs. Lloyd Fountain, her why, Mrs. Monroe Hanson and Hu- 'icrt Hanson, all of Pooria, 111., amo Wednesday for a visit till Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Nowol. Eugene Newel went to Pooria with the visitors. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Chris Hanson are sisters of Mrs. Newel and •Mrs. Fountain and Mrs. Monroe Hanson are nieces. Ciiliforninns arc Visitors Hero— 0. J. Ranney, son Willard,' and COUNTY gona. Biei ' stedt - •«•*"-•' .-•.* wj ) uui» j y 1111(11 at Al- Maynard Burwash went to Ames '..Thursday to meet Mr. Ranney's ., 6r- his sister, Mrs. MM ™ , mee r. Ran J he Mosdamos L. Richmann, H. mother, Mrs. Frank Ranncv ' ' 1 f - ' - an < - ' a - an his s ster A. Bleich a tended a meeting of the John Kiingelhofer, At water ' ' , , Wednesday, (who are making 'extended Charles Schrader ' here. This is Mrs. Klingelhofer's vere busmess visitors at Mlnneap- ^st return since she ll - Malic Visits nt - ---- ••"•i llmrsday, and Fenton, went with them. Mrs B. w. Brooke and - - e Munch, .California 30 years aco g moved to "'"vta 10 . Mrs B. w. Brooke and her , Forwards Prepnre for Fnir daughters Phyllis and Dorothy vis- A special meet ng of 1 e~ J' ited relatives' at Alta last Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. T " — Dr. a Mo., ai ' ""-;-- ~i.-~~.ni muring 01 the Fenton week Forwards 4-H club was held Satur- T n ni —,T—•" y at Iren e Krause's to mako J. G. Clapsaddle, son Dean, ! final arrangements for the conntv Clapsaddle, St. Genevieve, fair. Exhibits were tagged. Mary visi L o5 la FrTda d y! e ™™ ES ~ | A'^tommArSn 0 * team?" 80 " 1 Royco Frances Vaughn and Erna Baars S, r ," Ve l^ d f7 1° ™ sume teaching. _ Patient Improved— Mrs. George Boettcher and her T Mr. an.. chian, son Lawrence, and Mr. and Mrs. M. I,| Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Peters, Day treatmen at the Un Iv rl'nv h°rl ^ C ly rv ent t0 Milwaukee e n P°«. wore week-end visitors at ""«>• His docto, " Chll)mans wl Jesse Duan's mo liams is , an- Heetland sang a solo. Mrs. Wils is a registered nurse, and her husband- is a doctor She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs Albert Ogren, Algona rv i r , ' Chll)mans wl t'> the son Willis, the Vinaases with Mrs Vinass's sister, Mrs. Albert Schrader. Mrs. Charles Olson helped at . --- .. v-v-.i-cjiu visit Mrs - peters . a the hotel during the absence of Mrs Until now all automatic heating was regulated by stop and go feeding of both fuel and air. Now, for the first time, the new BALANSTAT keeps on feeding air after fuel feeding stops at the proper firebed depth. The result is more heat from less fuel constantly burning at the highest rate of efficiency. Soot and smoke making periods of low burning efficiency are banished. BALA/VSTAT Kdsenau Home Finished- Mrs. Mary Rosenau and her son Vinaas. Visits Here. Mrs. Sadie Schenck and Mrs. „ ~. v .. ui i bjk M.HU mi a, Maude Hanna visited at Mrs. Alice Anderson's, Bancroft, Wednesday j -"^..j^utiu emu iier son -~"«~'~'-'« o, uanujun, weanesaay Harry have completed remodeling evening, and the same evening Mrs their new home just west of town H °race Schenck, Crystal Lake and and have moved in. Their former I her so »- Ronald, visited the L' H house will be moved to a lot east Schencks here and took Mrs. Sadie of the John Meyer home in th °- v —-'- ' ••- •• southeast part of town, and th Frank Millers will be tenants a , You Can Get the Lowest Heating Cost Only With Automatic Heating at Its Very Best Today the most warming, healthful and uniform automatic heating is produced with low- priced stoker coal. Under thermostat a)id BALANSTAT control it brings heating cost down lower evpn than hand-firing. Check up right now. Ask your coal dealer for prices on stoker coal. A FREE heating survey by us will tell you how much fuel will be needed by an AUTOMATIC BUTLER in your furnace or boiler to insure automatic heating at its very best. Low monthly investments make either attractive hopper or SELF-COALING, BnV-To- Burner Models EASY TO OWN. Now is the time to lower next winter's heating cost. "BIN-TO-BURMER" SELF-COALING MODEL STREAMLINED HOPPER MODIL BANISH WASTE, SOOT AND SMOKE... TURN YOUR HEAT MAKING OVER TO THE BUTLER COAL STOKER EQUIPPED WITH THE BALANSTAT AUTHORIZED AUTOMATIC BUTLER DEALER F. S. Norton £ Son Ask us about the Butler Stokers already giving service in Algona Two and Three Year Records soon as it is ready for occupanc) Mrs. Koppen's Mother Sick- Mrs. Gust Koppen received wor one day last week that li&r mothe who had been an invalid for se\ eral years, was seriously sick. Mrs Koppen, daughter Genevieve wh is Mrs. Clifford Knutson, and th hitter's husband left Wednesda for Wisconsin to be at the patient 1 bedside. Hnninqiiists Located at D. M.— Mrs. J. H. Warburton visited th R. E. Hamnquists in the Glady apartments at Des Moines las week. Mr. Tamnquist is workini in an employment office, and h and Mrs. Hamnquist are custodian of the apartment house. Beth wil enter the Upper Iowa university a Fayette. Begins Practice of Orthodontia— Dr. Maynard Ukena, son of Mrs Ida Ukena, has opened a dental of fice at Marshalltown and will spec ializo in orthodontia. He is a grad uate of the state university, where he has just finished a. year of post graduate study. He spent a shor; vacation here recently. (•randdaiiKhtor for Hie Pringles— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Quady, Blue Earth, are parents of a daughter born Friday, August 27. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pringle, Lakota, are the maternal grandparents. Prluglo Family Has Reunion— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter, son Russell, his family, Mr. and Mrs Wade Ball, and the I. E. Wortmans attended a reunion of the Pingle family last week Sunday. Other Lukota News. Florence Koppen, who had visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Koppen, ten days, left Thursday morning for Des Moines, and her sister Dorothy accompanied her. The girls were taken to Alfred Schenck's, north of Algona, and went with tho Schencks to Des Moines, the Schencks going down to attend the fair Thursday and returning Friday. Mrs. Amy Boeckholt, her children, and her father, Jos. Faulkner, spent an afternoon here recently, calling on relatives and old friends. Dale Hamnquist, Avho had worked on a farm here this summer, has returned to his home at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith Sr. were recent guests of Mrs. Smith's brother and sister near Ida Grove. Dorothy Hardin, former Lafcota teacher, visited friends here last week. Schenck hpme with them. Dr. Clare Clapsaddle Here— Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle, St. Gene. , . - vieve, Mo., spent from Thursday till Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace Mrs G. E. Brace, and Rmgsdorf wore Wednesday. Mrs. Ruko Tressie vlsitors Look f« r c a tti c j,, >Ve st— nnh' r? Weisbrod, f; eo. Boettcher, Bob Boettcher, and John Munrh Mrs. J. B. Watkins, Fort Madi- 'f 1 Wednesday for Wyoming and son, came Thursday for a visit at f lo ' lta ™ to attend stock sales and her^ister-iiHaw Mr, Bva Hod g- J^U.e. Jhey were to be'gone ^ ^''^i'i'-K'L" «t Tmke- ^'TUiZJ Hnoflier load ? Nj x h»fcr BUM'S Brewed in the good old way— since 1857!/ FAIR WEEK SPECIALS GREASE JOB 75c WASH JOB 75c WASH AM) POLISH! FLY SPRAY y 2 GAL. -Jit f C tl lan fu ° f P , rize motor oil - as g°° l1 as the bed and better than the rest. A quality oil at a regular JJ1 lL<Ot Bring in your flats and let us fix them. Look over our U. S. line of merchandise and used tires. MEYER DEEP ROCK WALTER MEYER, Mgr. LLOYD ELJIERT, Assf,j Plumes: Res. 2J{. Station SO. ALGONA, IOWA . came Saturday from home at Lester for a visit ov bor day with Mrs. Denker's their Stl r v «' s "s Fair .Superintendent- La- Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod went to Alpar- sona Saturday to ' Home from Western Tour- Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney got home last week Monday from a two weeks trip in which they visited Yellowstone park and relatives at Seattle. Attend Kiinernl in Minnesota— 'Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney attended the funeral of Ralph Robinson, Kiester, Minn., last wek Tuesday. Mr. Robinson was an old schoolmate of Mr. Heaney. School Head Hents Home— Supt. and Mrs. M. C. Bowie have rented the Lloyd Elston house and will move there as soon as the E. A. Iliffs vacate. The Iliffs are to move to Bancroft. Sunday to take the daughter Jean „„., Other Fenton. the . re to atten d the State Teachers Mildred Goelsch, of Des Moine Burning to the Weisbrod ^ 1)ent several days last week wit n t «-\roti i« «• flPi* tin rnn + r. IDT_ _ ••__ " «t. home that evening. parents, Mr. and Mrs ' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, De- £' oe tsch. Other visitors at th corah, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron p. oets , ch hoi "e recently have bee Kruse, Monona, came Thursday to tlle A >'thur Readings and T nni visit the Raymond Priebes. Mr. C ° T y< Brooks, Ind. Mrs Goeteo and Mrs. Larson are parents of ?. nd Mrs. Reading are sisters an Mrs. Pnebe, and Mrs. Kruse is her Mr> Cor y is their brother sister. Mr. Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Kruse went home Sunday leaving Mrs. Larson for a longer Two to Teachers College— Kathrine Elvidge and Max Schrader went to Cedar Falls Saturday to enter the State Teachers college. Ronald Elvidge took them down. . e visit here and with another daughter, Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Lone Rock Mrs. H. E. Stedman and her sons Norman and Henry left Thursday for Oskaloosa to visit Mrs Stedman's sister, Mrs. C. C. Kitchen, rhey had been here a week with Mrs. Stedman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Lindsey, and her aunt Mrs C. M. Umsted, Lone Rock 1-lorence Weisbrod and Edith-' and Mrs. C J respectively. Both are teacherTal thejaiinwood school, Des Moines. and Hrs. Orin McFall, Cedar *: ca . me Thursday to bring the former's parents, Mr. and Radio Service Satisfactory Service-In AI. gona Since 1922, ED. GENRICH At Bjustrom's Little Girl Party Hostess- Helen Rachut celebrated a birthday Thursday with a party for little friends. n. W. Scbryer is Recovering— C. W. Schryer, who had been ser- li " c ously sick two weeks, is decidedly day S^cMM^S-V; Orin McFalls went back Sun- Seventh Birthday Celebrated- „ UUH4 4^,3 ^ spencer Thursday. Betty Dundas celebrated her sev- tended a stock enth birthdaya party Thurs- son and^ohn & nan i? rA ± Z T ach ' of ' The men at- K. John- attended Other Burt News, ^ntonT'iid'Mr anri Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schrader and Theesfield, Armstrong !„ Mrs. Velrna McBride left Thursday day for two weeks with or Atchison, Kans., for a few days and friends in Illinnia «, with Mrs. Charles Kenning. They gan. 1Umols al were to bring here Mrs. McBride's j Tonsillectomy patients n t -n T daughter Phyllis Joan, who had U. Mueller's hosn S -n ''' Jl been spending a month there with!were Mrs Fred MPW«I - lh " rsda y an aunt. (children of Mr "anil M tw ° The Earl Girtons, Grinnell, ar- Riedel. ' s ' Walter ived Monday to visit Mrs. Girton's | Genevieve Newel ri 0 , i ., mother, Mrs. Gertie Thompson, and who had spenY two we£ wHh >rot.har. H A ThninnKnn TW,. o^A Rioto^ »»_„ TT, , _ WtBKb With , . , spen t rother, H. A. Thompson, Mr. and sister, Mrs. E J ' tfrs. Girton went on to Lake Oko- oji Tuesday for a few days, leav- ng their three girls here. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trimkhill and Bertha Daniels have returned from isits with relatives at Elk Mound nd Eau Claire, Wis., last week, alph Jain, who had worked here went home with ais summer, hem. Loraine Kollasch returned to Des Moines Friday, after th rejL week 8 i . ago for two 'weeks atEt VULCANIZE Your Cut Tires Get many more miles In safety at small cost DUTCH'S SUPER SERVICE Buttin 1 seldom have anything to say about city government or anything else around town All 1 do in Algona is mind my own business and dish out extra big bargains so that customers will keep coming to Algona. If you will pardon me for a moment I will butt in just this once. Instead of giving $5.00 every Saturday night to the best-looking clerk let the clerks vote on who is the most agreeable customers and split the $5.00, $2.50, $1.50, and $1.00 to the winning customers. o™ Thls wil1 be a voting contest by 200 or 300 clerks, while the selection of one clerk is the idea of only one person. Of course some clerks may need a tutor, but there are a lot of customers that need their store manners sandpapered. I hire my clerks to sell goods. I rely on bargains on real values to keep the customers coming. An agreeable, cheerful customer spreads sunshine in a store and gqts service with a smile, while the grouch spreads gloom and gets the marble heart. When clerks and costumers work together picking out goods that will prove satisfactory then merchandising is a pleasure. At Neville's Store the customer does as much clerking as the clerks. Half of our trade wait on themselves. All we do is to get the right size and help them fit their shoes. We do not want to let a pair of shoes out unless they are properly fitted. The price at Neville's is a foregone conclusion, for everyone knows we sell the same shoes and clothes cheaper than any other store in the state. . We sell good standard merchandise at prices that bring customers back. Our idea is to keep the trade coming to Algona. A customer at Swea City does not care who is the nicest clerk in Algona, but if he can save $1.50 on a pair of shoes he is going to drive down. Jimmie Neville TUB SHOE

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