Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1937 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1937
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA; Beat Old Man Winter to the Draw fis ~ ~ = g Wintry blasts will soon keep all of us inside ... When that hap- i = pens you 11 want your home happy and attractive with warm 1 g comfort and real pleasure. H | LAUGH at WINTER with a GOOD RADIO | EILEEN NEAL, EX-LUVERNE, OCT. 15 BRIDE To look at this magnificent radio you'd hardly believe it would carry such a modest price tag. Bui even at this low price, it offers peak performance. Get it now—and get a new kick out of b "g World Series broadcasts to come. KCA Metal Tubes Sunburst Dial Police, Aviation, Amateur Calls Foreign Broadcasts 6 Powerful Tubes 12" Dynamic Speaker Phonograph Connection Magnetite Core Transformers and many other extra-value features. J/ic NEW 1938 AUTOMATIC TUNING ILCO NO WONDER PEOPLE SAY "BJUSTROM'S HAVE THE LARGEST RADIO STOCK IN NORTH IOWA" Ptiilco XO SQUAT XO STOOP XO SQUINT $22.50 AND UP Listed ns Standard by Underwritera' Laboratories The COMPRESSED <|«HS> NATURAL GAS KITCHEN STOVE KITCHEN CABINET AND KITCHEN TABLE Plus the Convenience of Real Gas in Your Home Automatic Heating Equipment Complete Installation DELCO HEAT - WAYNE AUTOMATIC HEAT WHITING STOKERS - ESTATE HEATERS THIS YEAR IT'S A NEW MAYTAG Make Our Store Your Headquarters in Algona BJUSTROM'S 3 Easy Terms Home Appliances Instant Service H AT OUR BANK You will receive service that can be relied upon to provide safety, convenience and efficiency for your banking business. Your account is invited. IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA (| . "i.'. 1 Every depositor insured to the amount of $5,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation WANT AND FOR SALE OR Trade ads in either the Advance of the Upper Des Molnes get approximately four times the circulation provided by any other medium. The «ewspapere are circulated through- out the county, not just out of the Algona postoffice alone, and the papers go into homes not on rural mail rutes as well as to homee on routes. Why not get what your money will pay for? tf BEGINNERS WIUL, NEED A writer to use at home to learjjt to type. L. C. Smith-€ororia and Remington typewriters «t s tae Advance. ' " gtf Lu Verne, Oct. 26—Eileen Neal and Gerald Towne were married Friday, October 16, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal, south of Clarion. Mrs. V. V. Schuldt, Garner, played the nuptial music, and the ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Schuldt. The bride wore a royal blue dress with shoulder corsage of white roses. A wedding dinner was served to the guedts by Ruth and Benona Neal, sisters of the bride, and Dorothy Lindebak. The Neals lived near Lu Verne till last spring when the family moved to' Clarion. The new Mrs. Towne Is a 193 graduate of the.local high schoo and after graduation she was for time a student at a Chlllicothe, Mo business college. The bridegroom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alber Towne, Eagle Grove, is sales man ager for the Rence Studio, Austin Minn., whore the couple are living Fire Pupils Give Program— Though there are only five pu pils in the Merkle rural schoo they gave a full evening's enter tainment Thursday evennig unde direction of the teacher, Esthe Merkle. It was a Halloween pro gram, and it consisted of instru mental and vocal numbers, read ings, and dialog. There were some 50 persons in tho audience, am lunch was served following the program. A pie social will be giv en this week Thursday night at ( school taught by Elsie Hunt. Welcome for New Pnstor— John Brink's class in the Methodist Sunday school mot at the town hall last week Monday evening for a welcome to the new pastor, the Rev. Harvey Nelson, and his wife Following refreshments served by a committee under direction ol Mesdames George Wolf, Ray Stone Luther Nygaard, and C. C. Smith a pantry shower was given. The Nelsons are formerly of the La kota-Ledyard Methodist charge. Golden IVcdding is Announced— Open house U-ill be held this week Wednesday afternoon at the Roy Guy home in honor of the golden wedding of Mrs. Guy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Curran, Nahtaywaush, Minn. At noon a family dinner will be served to some 50 relatives, and friends are invited to call between 2 to 5 p. m. The Currans many years ago lived in Sherman township. Edw. McPhersons to Jf, 5f.— The Edw. McPhersons formerly of Altoona, are on the way to New -Mexico, where they will spend the winter in the interest of Mr. McPherson's health. They had been in Oklahoma for some time, but found that climate not suitable. Mrs. McPherson is Mrs. Kate Barton's eldest daughter Cora. J. .T.'s Hear F. It. Lesson- Mrs. William Hefty, a Farm Bureau leader in Humbbldt county, gave a lesson in nutrition to the J. J. club when it met Friday at Mrs. Edw. Dehnert's. Seventeen members responded to roll call by revealing hobbies. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Charles Wolf on November 5. Lutheran Officers Are Named— At the last Lutheran congregational meeting recently officers were ejected: chairman, Dr. H. D. Meyer; elder, Edw. Lenz; school directors, Mike Hinz and Ernest Meyer Jr.; secretary, H. H. Meyer; finance, committee, Gerhard Meyer, Max Meyer, and Richard Wegner. Doctor Installs x-Rny Machine— Lu Verne now has a full-sized modern x-ray machine, Dr. H. D. Meyer having had one installed in his office. Doctor Meyer is an osteopath, and he is an elder brother of Dr. S. W. Meyer, of the General hospital at Algona. Class Play is Planned— The Juniors are planning to present a class play, The Tin Hero, Tuesday evening, November 2. It is being directed by Louise Luers. Other LwVerne. The Win. Bigings family has moved from the Brink house to rooms in the Spooner building, and the Arno Ristaus have moved into the Cady house from their trailer home. Mrs. George Watkinson, daughter Joy, and a Miss Zeigler, all of Cedar Falls, were guests part of last week, at P. C. Lichty's and Fred Legler's. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Walters and their daughter Frances left one day day last week for business visits at points in Illinois. The Fred Behnkendorfs got home last week Monday from a visit with the August Behnkendorfs at Macon, Mo. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyer attended an osteopathic meeting at Wesley last week Monday eveoing. Mrs. Ida Norton, Raymond, S. D., is making an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Henry Peitzke. Anna and William Murray had a visit from their brother Charles, of Gladstone Mich., last week. BECTAL DISEASES VARICOSE VEINS AND BUPIUBE I use the ambulant method in treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little if any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right on with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. i ou are welcome to come in for an examination without charge. At that time I can explain my method of treatment. S,. W. JCEIER, D. 0. GENERAL Iowa. Woman En Route to Whittemore Passes -Fenton, Oct. 25—Friends of the Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Wagoner, Emmetsburg, hear that Mrs. Wagener's mother, Mrs. Koehig, 60, died Thursday on a train while she was en route to Whittemore to visit her daughter and the new grandsoh, David Ernst, born October 12 at the McCreory hospital. Mrs. Koehig had not seen her daughter for a year, and had planned to come and care for her and the new baby. Apparently she died from a heart at-' tack without a sound. A woman across the- aisle noticed that she iad not moved for some time and told the conductor, who investl- ;ated and found ehe was dead. The >ody was taken from the train at Reinbeck and sent to her home at St. Louis. Pastor Wegener had .preached a number of times at the Falrville Lutheran church, where he and Mrs, Wegener made many acquaintances. -*• QP MtOflAttfe Of : No. 4313. State of Iowa, Kossutb county, ssi. In District Court, September term, 1937. 1937. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Helnrich Carl Frledrlch Wauge-, deceafied, dated October 23, 1936, having .been this day filed, opened, and read, Saturday, the 13th day of November, 1937, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Coiirt of said County, or the Clerk of'said ,Court; and at 10 d'clbck a. m., of the, day above mentioned all persons' Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and Wesley Loses Two Families to Britt Wesley, Oct. 25—Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby and their daughter Eilene have moved to Brltt, where they have the Arthur Fillenworth house. The daughter Mary teaches a rural school north of Britt, and will be at home nights and weekends. The Ormsbys were entertained at dinner at yinccnt Daughan's a week ago Saturday evening, and the Ormsby son James, employed at Mason City, was also there. The Fred Maylands have also moved to Britt. They had lived in the late Charles Robinson's house for the last several years. ORDER YOUR RUBBER STAMPS from the Advance. Stamp pads. Inks, and other supplies. Qulcb service, dependable work, fair prices. , 28tf EVERY BUSINESS MAN, DOC- tor, lawyer, merchant, should bave one of the new Advance plat books. Each township, with land ownership shown in detail. otf DRINK PEPSI-COLA Good With Everything Party Tonight? OFFICIAL NOTICE Social Security Registration \ (From Code of Iowa— Laws of 47th General Assembly) "Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa: • ,'i '•'( Section 1 . . . Any person who is registered under the Federal Social Se urity Act may have such record permanently recorded in the office the county recorder, upon payment of a,fee of twenty-five cents. There shall be kept in connection with such record an alphabetical ind ex referring to the name of the personso registered under Federal Social Security Act. " • \ . WE ARE READY TO REGISTER YOUR NAME PERMANENTLY IN THE COUNTY RECORDS . . .DO THIS NOW ... IT MAY MEM DOLLARS IN THE FUTURE. I DOOLEY County Recorder Kossuth Conrt House, Algeria, Iowa. Featuring the DYNAFLASH ENGINE and TbftQUE-FftEE SPRINGING — in the Most Modern Chassis in the World Y ou won't drive a hundred yards in a new Buick without realizing that something marvelously new and different is happening here. It's something that happens in no other car, in no other engine. Speeding through the intake manifold, the fuel charge hurricanes into the cylinder at something like 250 miles an hour. Leaping to meet it is the piston, with a unique device called a Turbulator built into its face. Then occurs something more than high compression-literally cyclom- fresston-** swirling gasoline Vapor is compacted about |he spark plug. The spark sets off a fist-size hurricane-W gasoline gives up more performance than it ever gave up in a commercial engine before/ This livelier, smarter power might seem enough for engineers to iTvish on a car m a single year. But matching DYNAFLASH po importance is Buick TORQUE- SPRINGING and its arroflite ride. Take a Buick over 9 railroad cross. mg-around a curve-over bumps! There's no thud and chatter, no tail. swing or roll; you coVer rough rfo- mg with the silk-smoothnew ofa panther on the prowl. in 1 w All because old-type leaf springs art gone! In their place, each wheel has a soft, shock-8mothering cushion of stout coiled steel. Skid risks are blessedly reduced. Rear tires last longer. The whole car handles more easily! That's TORQUE-FREE SPRINGING at work! If it's power you're after, you'll want Buick's DYNAFLASH engine. If » s comfort, you'll choose the TORQUE- FREE SPRINGING ride. 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