Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1938
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PAGE3 TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA mm, Here are some of the Quality Features which make the "Companion" THE WORLD'S GREATEST VALUE FENTON S, S. TEACHERS IN BANQUET MEET Fenton, Feb. 2—Sunday school teachers of St. John's Lutheran church were entertained at a banquet sponsored by the Aid Friday evening at the church parlors. The irogram opened by singing a lymn, followed' by an address by he Rev. R. vere given: and top-plate-lift Extra large fire box takes 21-in. wood, has heavy lin- S5,Si r Chambered a11 arouild = grate bars remSmble ina? P ri S V a , n|?e rr °^- The USUal Srate frame is elim mated in this new design fire box. n2S T - H ^ EN ' D ' S P aten ted lock joint" construction is used in the Companion range the same as in the higher priced De Luxe in all body joints, the oven bottom and Hue bottom. This construction makes the tightest body known-quick to heat-saves fuel —holds fire amazingly— bakes perfectly. Kohlhaas & Spilles W. Kabelltz. Talks Significance of the . Alvma Dreyer; Why I like o teach Sunday school, Selma Vfoyer; How I Prepare my Sunday school Lesson, Leona Borchardt: Iow My Conduct Affects Teaching Sunday School, Lorena Dreyer; nd Geography and History in unday School Work, Walter Loek. Following the program a dinner was served by Mrs, W. V Yager, Mrs. George Jentz, Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Mrs. Walter Ohm. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell. Many at Hanson Services— Coming from a distance to attend the funeral of John B. Hanson were John Hanson, of Blooming Prairie, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kerker, of Benson, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. James Butler, Ellendale, Minn.; the Paul Saxton family, of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Leo" Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Farrel, Whittemore; Mrs. Josephine Groeling, of Venus, Neb.; James and William Mott, Verdigre, Neb • Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bromon and daughter Georgia and son Loren of Mitchell, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelly and Mrs. Christina Mott, of Boone; Mr. and Mrs Northwestern railroad. This Js hi first visit home In several years Mr. and Mrs. Henry Relmers en tertained at dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs. W. C. Stamer, Mrs. H. B Bohn, Mr. and Mrs, W. V. Yage and son Clarence, the Mrs Amo Fitmestad family, and Blllie Knut son, the latter of Dolliver. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T, Snyder of Alta, were entertained at dinner at the Rev, J. G, Waterman's 'Fri day. The Rev. Mr. Snyder preach Jd the funeral sermon for J. B Hanson Friday afternoon at the local Methodist church. Bertha Solberg returned home Saturday from the Palo Alto'coun- ty hospital, where she submitted to an appendicitis operation four weeks ago. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Solberg. ' Bernlce Brown and Gladys Schleister entertained the faculty bridge club at their apartment last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Dorothea Gerhart won high score. Mrs. J. B. Hanson accompanied her sister, Mrs; Josephine Groeling, to Venus, Neb., Sunday to spend two weeks with her mother, who is seriously 111. E. A. Huskamp, Palo Alto supe'r- visor, left last week Wednesday with a group of men in a special car for Pcorla, 111., to Inspect machinery. The Lawrence .Newbrough homo, east of Fenton, was quarantined for scarlet fever Friday. Mrs. Newbrough has the sickness. Ernll Newel, of Davenport, was a business visitor in Fenton Friday evennig and a dinner guest at George Newel's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry S'chult!! and daughter Mildred of Rolfe, were Sunday dinner guests at Fred Kulow's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum entertained at dinner Sunday at John Newel's. Carol Wander and a Mr. Max- inor, Des M6ines, were overnight visitors Thursday at Philip Wander's. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Mrs. Melvln Mansager were business visitors at Fort Dodge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ware en- ertained Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Emma Ruske visited her .lece, Mrs. W. T. Whitlow, at Arni- trong last week. iMr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage vls- .ed at the Ben Luedtke home Sun- ay afternoon. Arthur Bamsey was 111 in bed ast week with flu and rheuma- Ism. The Albin Nelsons visited in mmetsburg Saturday. ' > -.*• t *n*u ivii-a. Richard Frederickson, and Richard Sorenson, Ringsted; Mrs. Nell Richard Vaughn, Peter Elbert and Farrell, Mrs. Leo Walters, Mrs Louis Elbert, of Whittemore- Mr and Mrs. Andrew Elbert, of Vest tend. Vnxiliary is Entertained— Mrs. E. C. Fauerby entertained he Legion Auxiliary Friday afternoon at her home. Thirteen members answered roll call. Mrs R -.. Padgett, president, gave an' in- eresting reading on legislation he secretary, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe ave a report on the quilt fund' he amount cleared being $1713 Irs. Edw. Schlei received the I quit. The members •win make cookies to be sent to the Knoxville hospital February 11. Mrs. George Boettcher had charge of the nro- gram for the afternoon. The next meeting will be held February 25 with Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Former Resident in Visit— A bit of news which will be of CORWITH SEED CORN DEALER HASPARTY _ 'Corwith, Feb. 1— Over 500 at ' — — —. .*. v^»«i UUU elL™ tended a John 0. Mullens feed and seed company birthday party held at the Legion hall Thursday evening. The occasion celebrated the close of the company's first year in business at Corwith. The evening s entertainment consisted of talks, tap-dancing numbers by two little girls, of Belmond, and singing by the Scott sisters, of Des Moines. The program was in charge of Otis Day, Clarion, and the principal speaker was'Tom G Dyer, Des Moines, salesman for Sargent & Co. Mr. Mullen talked on the production of hybrid corn. Other speakers were Don Ross manager of the feed store, Lester Thayer, Clear Lake, and Raymond Meade, Corwith. Twenty prizes consisted of merchandise tickets at the feed store and ten io-lb sacks of Mullina hybrid seed corn A prize of $5 cash was won by ° Edw-rt T Edward Larson, r. an Mrs. Lewis Larson, of Cleveland People is son of Mr. that , made a short call on J A' COLD WEATHER , " w"wi L, \su.n uu J A Schwartz last week while en route o Washington, D. C. The Larson family formerly lived here and the elder Larson was the Fenton ±f S , mith ' The >' left Fenton abou 20 years ago. The eon George died several years ago and a son Arthur is a policeman at Cieve- land. The only daughter Cora is Vli-ltiT rt H C Tr . -""*<*. *"J Harsch, and lives in Frank Rockwood, Corwith. Buys Gas Station Interest— Arthur Larson has purchased an interest in the Standard service station operated by John Phillips at Lu Verne, and took possession one day last week. . owned and operated Mr. the Larson Corwith , now a Mrs. the west. New Project is Studied— The Independence Mrs. . , „ .. --- i-""«v-**v-e JUCillitJt 4-H club off.cers and leaders mot with Margaret Dunkelberg, H D A at Berkeland's 'Friday ... „ ' —-~«. mo OUI W1U1 station for six years, but sold it to Eric Erickson a few months ago. Mr. Larson has a son. and a daughter in the Corwith schools so will not move his family to Lu Verne till after the school year is tinlshed. Ministerial Association 3reets— ™ e Revs - Ca r! Hiller and Paul \\niiams, accompanied by the C. H. Brown home. Otis Cook came from Bblmond and spent the week-end with his wife and children at the Mart Peterman home. W. T. Oxley, Fergus Falls, Minn., visited several days last week at the homes of relatives in this community. Dr. and Mrs. G. L Severns attended a recent state veterinarians convent! on at Des Moines. LUTHERANS AT LUVERNE HAVE A BIITPARTY Lu Verne, Feb. 1-Some 250 eople attended the annual social leetmg of the .Lutheran congregation at the church Friday night The .first part of the evening was devoted to a program. Norman Heese and Roland Lentz gave a skit, Abe and Ike, and nine girls and boys presented a one-act play, I he Great Pajama Case. Elizabeth Ramus and Lucille Behnkendorf accompanied by Orville Ramus on the guitar sang, a duet, Mrs. Geo. Miller gave a solo, and Kenneth Witenburg, Norma Jean Hanselman, and June Miller gave read- a talk- Bertel An empty coal l,i n means discomfort and illness™th two full months of winter ahead. Phone n as •soon « s your tonnage gets low-and we'll del he jv mtever quantity-whatever grade you requhe- o tide you over the chill blasts ahead. F. S. Norton & Son ALGOM T. . The new project, Home Efficiency, will be this year's study. The leaders of the club are Mrs. W. P. wetebrod and Mrs Bertel Berkeland, and the officers' are Frances Juhl, Helen Kern, Virginia Berkeland, Lavaun Pnebe, and Margaret Barkve, all attending but Margaret Berkve. t-If Boys in Greeting— The 4-H club boys of Independ ence township met at Bertel Berk elands Thursday evening for the annual election of officers. David Weisbrod was elected president Lindon Kerber, vice; Robert Berk eland, secretary-treasurer. David _., "wuuuj^ciiucu ,jy IRQ Rev Arthur Bottom, of Wesley, at- Grundy tended a Hancock ministerial association meeting one day last week, and .Mr. Miner gave an address on the recent ecumenica ™ r^nCgUas-a. Eng ,'- Basketball Game Lost— The high school boys and girl" basketball team played a. double header Friday night at the schoo gymnasium. The girls played th team from Leland, and the bov against Goldfield. The girls' scor was 38-30 in favo.r of Inland, an, the local bays lost, 31-28, t o Gold Held. Independents Defeat Bows— kJh^i ?° rwlth ind6 P cen dent bas- 5^ b8 ".!"™ . went ^ Dows Thurs- Wittenburg _ Bet- Francis SSo^pEE Tpfano s °'{\ and Siva Hinz and Zelma Behnkendorf sang a duet with Jimmy Phillips whistling the accompaniment. After a social hour refreshments were served. Teachers Away for Week-End— * U T Pt v nd Mrs> Alex Ev &ns were Marshalltown Friday evening and Saturday, and Mr. Evans w"! in official at a basketball tourna- TITONKA 6, B, TEAM ALMOST BEATS ALGONfl Tltonka, Feb. 1—The local basketball squad played Algona )n a county tournament there Saturday and lost, 21-17. It was a close game, and at the end of the fourth quarter, with only five minutes to go, the score stood at 17-14 In fn- vor of Titonka. This week Wednesday evening, on the local floor, the boys will play Plover, which defeated them in a game at the beginning of the season. Jfcw Card Club Organized— A new card club has been organized, named The Sunny Hour, with the following members: Mesdames Henry Ailts, Ben U. Meyer, Heyo Boeckelman Jr., Menno Fuls, Marls Saathoff, Raymond Bartlett, William Newville, and Edward Soothoff. Mrs. Raymond entertained Friday afternoon, and guests besides members were Mesdames Fred Hagen, Clarence Cooper, Dick B. Meyer, and W. H. Rlck- lefs. Mrs. Edward Saathoff won high, and Mrs. Hagen was low. Quarantine for Scarlet Fever- Mrs. Ben Beenken and her small daughter Pearl wero^ quarantined Sunday for scarlet fever. Two teachers, the Misses " Carmichel and Weaver, who roomed at the Beenken home, were quarantined till it is found that they have not taken the disease. Mrs. Jerry Schutjer and Mrs. Edward Saathoff are substituting as teachers. Four-H Girls Meet— J Rosemary Bacon entertained at a 4-H meeting Saturday afternoon, with 14 members present. Roll call was answered with What My Room Lacks. A demonstration on wallpaper was given by Dorothy Budlong, and picture talks were given by Patty Ball, Alice Budlong, and Rosemary. Lunch was served. Creamery Officers Reelected— Officers were reelected at an annual Titonka creamery meeting Saturday afternoon at the Tyke theater: president G. G. Welhous- en; vice, Chris Brandt; secretary, Ernest P. Hanson; treasurer, William Boyken; directors — Bruno Stecker, Martin Larsen, and H. H. Bruns. Store Demonstration Given— A large number of persons ate pancakes with syrup at the Callies Bros, store Saturday. Eight gallons of syrup and 30 bags of flour weighing 3% Ibs. each were used. This was a demonstration sponsored by the Pillsbury flour mills , , r-reasurer. David [\\eisbrod gave an interesting talk i n hl T S r 'r ecellt trip to Ames - Randall Hoffman, Palo Alto county agent, was present and gave advice to the boys. Mrs. Berkeland served a delicious lunch close of the meeting, TIRES used lug grip tires for snow a mud * ""* St ° Ck ° f We specialize in vulcanizing tires and tubes. Sampson Tire Service Phone 553. Located at 110 State St. BEAD THE MMNCE mi flDS at the .. Date Observed- Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Stoker entertained a group of relatives and friends Sunday evening in honor of their wedding anniversary Bridge and "Jumblesticks" was Played at six tables. Mrs. Vernon Meyers and Fred Newel won the high score prizes and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod the chair prize. Mr. and Mrs. Stoeber were presented with Training School Leaders Meet- Mrs. Ernest Voettler entertained the leaders of the Independence training school at her home Friday at an all-day session. Margaret Dunkelberg, Palo Alto H p. A., gave the lesson on Soup Making in the Home. Attending were Mrs. Paul Cornelius, Mrs Melvin Mansager, Mrs. Derwood Kern, and Mrs. Alive Weisbrod. FRNTON NEWS Mrs. G. B. Johnson entertained er bridge club Saturday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Henry Reimers won the high score prize and Mrs. Walter Ohm the second high Mrs. F. H. Bohn and Mrs. George Jentz were guests of the club. A delicious two-course luncheon was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curry, of Chicago, who are visiting relatives here, accompanied Mrs. Clarence Osborn and son Roger, Mrs. Emma Curry, and Maurice Weisbrod to Graettinger Saturday to spend the day at N. W. Curry's. The Currys returned to their home in Chicago Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kennedy entertained at an oyster supper Friday night. Present were the Henry Gowans family, Ulerick Juhl and children, Mrs. Thos. Juhl Adella Homan, and Mr. and Mrs' Dennis Hendricksen and son Dennis Jr. ,«• 1"~ M l?-,/ ran k Curry, Chi- Hiller left a minister's -„„,.,* ,, ^,,,1, LIJ jjuws J. day evening for a game with the town team there, and came home with a victory score of 63-30 The ocals play a team from Garner here this week Tuesday evening. Pastor Hiller to Chicago— The Rev. Garl G. Monday morning for „ u,m ls[ ers convention at Chicago, and during his absence, Mrs. Hiller is visit! ing the daughter, Mrs. Thomas Anthony, Kansas City. Both wm •eturn late in the week. Corn Six Inches High!— ix E inotl A PP'? gate "ports corn A 'X inches high at his farm Mr Applegate, in making a germina ion test of hybrid seedcorn re" Ports a test of 98 per cent genJn- Otlier Corwith News. . , was hospital, Mason taken City, to Mprov ospta, Mason City, Saturday night for observation and tr"at- wi 6 ,? ' ^ h l baby is ^covering «nd hP , u t the middle of this week trat- is ^covering «nd be brou ^t home by , Roy Shank a returned to their son last week, after having with Mrs. „„„„„ „ _ and Mrs. William Baughman, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr and 1 V° n> ° £ Spirit Lake - visited at the home of Mrs. Marr's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown? and other relatives here last week Widen has returned to at Mercy hospital, Ma- O t >, "V a cou P le of weeks at her home, following an operation for appendicitis Mrs. Fannie Barracks entertained the Eastern Star social circle at her home last Thursday after noon, with Mrs. Vern May as as" sisting hostess. The D. y. T. club met at the Mrs. Edw. Williams home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Warren Mclntvre was assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffine ton, Titonka, and their son David were Sunday dinner guests at the men there. They also visited at Center, where they lived ago. Giovanni Smith the week-end at Davenport- Harriet Beatty, at Malvern: Walter Peterson, at Roland; Lorine Olson at Gilbert; and Vem Modsen, at Sioux Falls. Birthdays of Three Honored— A birthday dinner was given at the John Voss Sr. home Sunday honoring the birthdays of three members of the family: Dolores n,^ AT 26 l h; Dw 'SW's, the 27th and Mrs. Voss's on the 29th. At tending were'the John Vosses Jr Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, Sex ton, Mrs. D. Voss, and the Willian Murrays. Wegners Wed 30 Years— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wegne wore invited to their daughte Mrs. Fred Will's for Sunday af ernoon and when they got ther hey found a large number of rel atives and friends who helped to elebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. The Wegners were giv- n a set of dishes. .'vans Baby is Named— Betty Lou is the name selected y Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans of orwith, for the daughter born ast week Monday. Mrs. Evans is etter remembered in Lu Verne as Cora Mae Masterson, who for- lerly lived here with her parents. etiirns from Diesel School- Charles Kuallek, who .early in ecember went to Los Angeles to ake a course .in Diesel engineering, has given up the work and has returned to Lu Verne. Other LuVerne. Mrs. A. H. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roth, and Mrs. Bert Sankey, Irvington, drove to Des Monies Saturday, and brought home Mr. Sankey. who had been m a hospital there, receiving treatment for stomach ulcers The A. D. Burtises were at Webster City Sunday. Mrs. Hen- fL J ^!?'. wh ? had s P e »t the wta- Uoy is 11; Party Given- John Harms celebrated his llth birthday Friday by entertaining 32 relatives and friends in the evening. He received many gifts. The diversion was 'cards, with lunch. School Bus Changes Hands- Henry Radamaker has sold his school bus to Dick B. Meyer and plans to farm, Other Titonka News. Carroll McEwen, high school teacher, visited over the week-end with relatives at Storm Lake. Treva Carmicheal, first grade teacher, spent the week-end at Hawkeyo. Carroll Reaser has been sick since Friday with a severe attack Of the grippe. returned to into RlBta « moved ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the CounV. IOWa> ^ and '" KOSS ' THE LEAVITT AND JOHNSON COMPANY, Plaintiff, JUHNSON vs. T ». l J *»*iin,lH ( 1 Mg T.pfl vltf fi£Srw^2 (NWU) o 1 ? 0 ^??* Quarte r UVW%) of Section Number and the Northeast Quarter Seci on Number Thirty- o county. Iowa, North Number Twenty-nine Median. t nd praying that the 'title e quieted in the plaintiff a n ou be barred and forever eston ed I from having or claiming Z ight or title thereto adverfe to he plaintiff. "verse to f you appear thereto defend on or before noon of he second day of the March inis Perm of the said Court, which wui ommence on the 27th day of Harch, 1938, at the Court House in Igona, Kossuth county, '• Thornes are living In house. the the year. Margaret Steenburg, Fort Dodge was tt guest of Mrs. Harry Drag last week, going , M i':...! lnd . Ml : s - Archie Sanford . Barbara, and Geraldine Sunday with relatives at worth. spent El 1s- Edw. Dehnert attended a oil « P vl e 'T ?° nvention at Minneapolis several days last week Bert Hagen is new man in the Maynard Spooner, Monday 6SS ' Port Dodge, !n Lu Verne > Al60na - Vis- Lu Verne friends Satur- prayed. 18 21 A t ? LAIR C - WOOD, J8-<!i Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE ~" REDUCTION IN BUS RATES Between Algona and Fort D«,i 3W** ^ m A1 foua °" Be ' io Llvermore ft , A Huinlmlri* * "U Kansas Citr r) . ........ _ u Denver . ..... — " 'r An B eie"s"":::: -------- J «et o«r TO te S on <*£&' w Interstate Trawi Lines and Lines YOtK PR1KND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. FKlltttJAKv l vx^T Your Sunday Roast When yon select your Sunday Roast nl ('<>„„ ,, meat cutters arc most anxious that your r i . Rli every particular. Wo are especially proud of ii ' M ' ! place on sale this week-end. (! r "»slj Beef Roast The Swift's "Premium" Stomp on these ronsU i surancc of top quality. A nice roast of tin- i,, ?'"" can be bought at 12&c, 15 C , and 17c per .toim'i. " ( "Premium" Round Stea These tender juicy steaks are cut from fancy fed native beef. Tills extra quality steak wllV i , ,°; i broil or swIss aHhe special price of 22c per pound Boiling Beef This question arises: Does the family prefer ln.,,f i „ fresh vegetables or noodles, meat pot i1,. ,! f , l)ollf( steivl The fresh beef to boll at a special iirV^ j n SLICED BEEF LIVER, pound i, BACON SQUARES, whole or half pound ,', PICKEREL, headless and dVessed Morning Light peaches sliced for pie, shorT^l^T'or "neill-h Tn'i'i i CxceDw ?Jfl this sale a special price of We. ' C ° l)blt ' r ' -«* Large Tender Peas The large peas packed under the Superb label m » •cloudy .sweet and tender. For Oils week-end II . « t« s! lion can at Wie special price.of 12c. Try a fe o™l ,f price and see how much better they are than'ordinary J Macaroni & Spaghetti Tour favorite casserole dish always pleases. As n im-i balancer no other food compares with n.acaro, and 21LJ" fT/lTe ° Ph " nC P " Ckag ° *" 1VCCk - Cn " ™* Cocoanut Taffy Bars Small, crisp vanilla flavored cooky filled PfWflflTlllf T\IT1 41.:,, ,,„!„ Al. «_ mm. Lipton's Yellow Label The tea with a world wide distribution. Those w ho £p3 Sf Th Ck J e 'l, Ca \ b ^ tt SUP1 ' ly ' lt *"- «h forSSc. P B ' f ° r 80c ftnd tlle '2- 11 'Brown Sugar m s fnr Slon per botHe. , tb ° C0rrect I)a ,« C , ak ^r 8JTUI) ' For this sale the i ° 3 ^ P ° glrcs 8U 8» r *y«P « «ce ' ° Hr ""Vtoj price o,! Mapo Is *\ •'•M Dill Pickles dill Superb Oats i, brittle tj£it|| i hollon ;,S^ftii;(. ill nnd y for br«,-fnt C on , 'J 10 large cnrton - J '" j tor breakfast cereal and for oatmeal cookies. Council Oak Coffee mi m ft, " roaster8 ' ace » ""' »"«'«'««» cup quality at a mini- $ y Low l» rlce " «S» per pound, or 3 Oxydol enter ° Ur 81>eclal prlcc of 21c DOZEN.. EACH- P &^GLAUNDRY SOAP, 6 bars_ 23c Oranges Apples Apples Celery 1C Sunklst Navels Fancy Delicious Fancy $ -i ?Q Koine Ik'iiuty BOX— •* •«''' L »ng Qn Shank STALK ^t ^^§S 3/1*0n / n */ "fXI'YJI ><!> bSt'aSfc SSjE(!5^«°«*"«ww&5^if}5? tl *»>%«. Tbe Monitor ZZJ:®^ ^fg^zi:: Address ,

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