Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1938 · Page 3
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FEBRUARY 10, 1938. COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA ire and Truss Clinic •ifivited to a free rupture and truss clinic which I t my office on Tuesday, February IB. You -will be the type of truss you should wear or corrections on the on© you are now wearing. ffitfo5Stic%eB»fully repair hernia without an operation has been, physicians for many years. This has at last been. and children that have a rupture can have it retaking a series of eight to 12 painless Injection e in the office. The advantages of this treat- MiSltttftil'ei Nftloss of time from work; no hospital bills; and as; ; 4tiMilice of ,& good result. S|fttifgf .yd|u/to come In any time Tuesday, February 15, for this i'iriijeS examination and advice as to the car© and protection of ;y6tirS6lf>aM avoid further complications by allowing your rup- ttiM tQ;jgpj along without being adequately fitted with a truss. lY6'U*Wll^ : 1>e under no obligation whatsoever. This Is a 1 special Service which I am offering to you at this time. S(x ! AX':..f^::' S. W. MEYEB, B. 0. y.i;^$vi<,£\ Algona, IB, So. Ford Garage in General Hospital Bldg. entine Suggestions ; • Serve the perfect dessert ICE CREAM! not complete without ice cream for des• gifcsts will expect as well as prefer, ice crei(im. -Put it on the menu. Valentine Special HEART CENTER DESIGN of cherry, strawberry or cholocate center in vanilla. ' Brick *[ m f yi |J||||]|iDIVIDUAL HE ART. OR CUPID MOLDS lBnlklicer cream—Cherry, Strawberry, Almond Toffee, iSSfp; i; i- Honeymoon, Chocolate, Vanilla lllllJE- QUART 45c GALLON $1.20 SlfflitlBrick Ice Cream, 2 or 3 layer bricks 45c ALGONA ICE CREAM & CANDY FACTORY i At our Dealers or Phone 270.' ift lljNOUNCEMENT en for Busniess THE NEW FIRM IN ALGONA IV IT IP Raesly Lumber to. SM$S; <l Near Milwaukee Depot WE SELL COAL . Better for the j have been using. CAREFUL DELIVERY ck 'HEWEST THING Six BRITT PASTOR CHRISTENS TWO TITONKA BABES Titonka, Feb. 8—The Rev. Mr. tilberg, Britt, christened two bales Sunday at the home of Mrs. iertha Callies. They were Donald )ean, son of Mr. and Mrs. William 'rltz, and Darrel Dean, son of Mr. nd Mrs. James Hansen. After the hristenings Mrs. Callies served inner to Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Vlssal, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz, the Hansens, Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Boek- Iman, Mrs. A. Fritz, Mr. and Mrs. .ester Callies, Tlllle Fritz, and >trs. H. W. Schoenlein. PAGETHRM Hdtliner Visits Friends Here— When R. L. Krantz returned Friday from Sioux City, Steve De 'ries came with him to visit riends a few days. Mr. De Fries ivas manager of the local farmers' levator here some years ago. IHe vent back Sunday with Mr. :rantz, who returned to Sioux ity for Mrs. Krantz, who had been with her daughter Feme here since Friday. Feme is re- Covering from an appendicitis operation. ?arewell for the Nelsons— 'Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelson and ,he daughter Lora Ann will move to Clear Lake March 1, and they were given a farewell party lasi week Wednesday evening at Ear: Blakley's. Attending: John Pink son Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Ear: Stott, son Keith, the Mark Bacons ;he Herman Blakleys, Mr. and Mrs lair Helfner, daughter Ina Lee Don Bacon, daughter Jo Ann. Pauline Adamson 14; Party- Pauline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamson, was 14 Feb ruary 2, and her mother served a 3 o'clock dinner for her and three school chums, Wilma Heesch, Ar lene Hansen, and Marjorie Mech ler, and two teachers, Alice Chit tick and Dorothy Weaver. Change at Stott Store— Earl Stott has purchased the Stott hardware and grocery store from his father, William Stott The Earl Stotts moved here from Algona, where Earl had been in •Kennedy-Parsons employ. The store was closed Saturday for in voicing. Waldorf college at Forest City. •Mrs. J. E. Keil was hostess tc the Friendly club Thursday at he home. Guests other than member were Mrs. H. Miller, Mrs. L. Cal lies, and Mrs. Florence Reaser The afternoon was spent at sew ig, and lunch was served to 12. Among the Titonka Sick— The small children in the Te Van Hove family were sick las week with the flu. Mrs. W. H Ricklefs and Lucille Peterson Beverly Adamson, and Caro Reaser were also sick. Girl loses Front Tooth- While Marian Krantz was a play Monday at recess she fell 6 ice and a permanent front toot was knocked out. She is in th sixth grade. Business Club Organized— The business men met at th Tyke theater Friday afternoon an organized a Good Will Communit club. They elected Luke Mille president. Light for Skating Pond- Five dollars was raised by do n-ations for an electric light the ice-skating pond. Al Missa e.loctricktfi, put up the light Fr: day. Other Titonka News. Carl Callics and H. A. French attended a lumbermen's convention at Des Moines last week Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Callies and her small daughter accompanied them as far as Ames to visit a -sister of Mrs. Callies. Mrs. J. R. Keil, son Maurice, and )f MWSHITT i!5 TO $90 LESS THAN ANY OTHER REMOTE )L SHIFT OFFERED AS OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT :HANICAI-NOTHJN<? lEARN-NOTH/NG TO GET OUT OF ORPCR, So simple you'll become expert in five minutes, Clears front floor BO three can ride in perfect comfort. Doubles driving ease. Try it today! lassie Motor Co, Algona George Schimmcfs, of Wesley, Observe Golden Wedding Wesley, Feb. 9—Mr. and Mrs. eorgo Schimfnel celebrated their olden wedding anniversary Sun- ay at the home of their daughter, rs. George Ward. Their actiml eddlng date was February 1, 888, and Mrs. Schimmel was the ormer Barbara Schafer, They at irst lived at Flanagan, 111., then ater moved east of Pontla.i, 111., rhere they lived for ten yoars rior to coming to Iowa in 1913. Mr. and Mrs. Ward entertained 6 guests at a 1 o'clock dinner ivith, decorations In gold and white, with yellow roses and a arge wedding cake on a cake tand given them on their wedding 'ay, as the centerpiece. During pen house in the afternoon guests were served ice cream and cake. About-3:30 o'clock in the afternoon the Rev. Mr. Kolberg, of the rst Lutheran church In Britt ook charge of a short religious program, during which time they enewed their marriage vows, af- er which the Aid of the church presented them with a beautiful gold wreath. Guests for dinner were Mr. and •Irs. S. H. Strlley and Marjorie; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Muehe and John; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox; Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Tjarks; Mr. and Mrs. John Ward; Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schimmel; the Rev. Mr. Kolberg, Beatrice and Rudy; the William Wielands, Leo Sankeys, and Alic© Marie Wleland. Waitresses were Miss Wieland, Dorothy and Ruth Ward, Leone Schimmel, and Marjorie Strlley. Other callers during the day were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson, Mrs. Adolph Hoick, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schubert, Norma and Lena Schubert, Mrs. Gus Brockman, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Furburger. Mr. and Mrs. Schimmel have since 1913 lived from time to time around Wesley and have many friends in the community who wish for them continued married life. They are the parents of eight children: Mrs. Elizabeth Schumacher, of Detroit, Mich.; John Schimmel, Algona; Dick Schimmel, Wesley; Mrs. Emma Fairbanks, Racine, Wis.; Mrs. Tlllle Hills, Racine, Wis.; Carl Schimmel, of Blue Earth, Minn.; Mrs. Edith Ward and Mrs. Lillie Ringham, both of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Schimmel recMvod a number of very beautiful gifts in remembrance of the oo :asion. FARMERS AT LEDYARD IN NEW VENTURE Ledyard, Feb. 8 — The creamery and the farmers' elevator have. undertaken a cooperative produce station. The place owned by Mrs. Martha Gable has been rented, and business has been begun. Edward Knoner, manager of the elevator, and Leo Anderson, manager of the creamery, are joint managers of the produce station. Pair IfeivljTveds Mr. and Mrs. Honored — ' Richard Zielske entertained the Arthur and Alfred Zielskes and the Raymond Wil- coxes Eagle Grove, at a dinner and shower in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zielske, who were married a month ago. Carl's bride was formerly Wilma Brack, SVea, City, and the couple are living with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zielske. Grandma Niester Improved— Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Mrs. Laura Niester, Eagle Grove, spent Sunday at Harriett Matzener's. Mrs. Niester has been sick for a large part of the winter, but is now feeling much better. She is past 80 and is usually active. Smallpox Quarantine Lifted— The P. C. Jorgensons wore let out of quarantine Saturday. Gordon had had smallpox. No other case has developed. John and Mar- In ORIGINAT, NOTICE the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. THE LEAVITT AND JOHNSON COMPANY, Plaintiff, vs. MARIA SEEBACH, MARIE SEEBACH, and all of their Heirs, Spouses, Assigns, Grantees, Legatees, Devises, and Beneficiaries, Defendants. To the Above Named or Described Defendants and Each of You: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court In and for said County, the petition of the plaintiff, The Leavitt and Johnson Company, in which it states that it is the owner in fee simple of, The Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Number Thirty-three (33) and the Northwest Fractional Quarter (NW fr'l %); also the Northwest Quarter (NW^) of the Northeast Quarter (NE>4) of Section Number Thirty-one (31), all in Township Number Ninety-five (95), Kossuth county, Iowa, North of Range Number Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, and praying that the title thereon be quieted in the plaintiff and that you be barred and forever estop" ped from having or claiming any right or title thereto adverse tQ the plaintiff. Now unless you appear theref<5 and defend on or before noon of the second day of the March 1938, Term of the said Court, which will commence on the 27th day of March, 1938, at the Court House in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, default will be entered against you and a decree rendered thereon as prayed. BLAIR C. WOOD, 18-21 Attorney for Plaintiff. As Seen in Vogue, Mademoiselle and Harper's Bazaar. ed at Mason City Saturday. Evelyn is attending Hamilton commercial college. Donald Van Fleet, Des Moines, and Beulah Hartshorn, Algona, were at H. D. Mayne's Sunday. Donald is president of a processing tax recovery association. George Hkgge and daughter Alice were at Hans Henduckson's, Blue Earth, Sunday afternoon. The Max Nitzes visited the Ralpli Clarks at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson returned Thursday to their home at Chicago, after several weeks at their parental homes. The Clifton Engelbys were at Algona laslj week Tuesday, visiting relatives and attending- to business matters. Mrs. Hazel Jenks and Mrs. Bert Holly, Fort Dodge, visited their father, Oliver Marquis, Saturday. Evelyn Cappel and Arlene Archer spent the week-end at Miss Archers home at Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. CHCten Engelby and Ronald spent Friday at Otto Richter's, near Elmore. Leo Anderson was sick last week, and Warren Lloyd substituted at the creamery. » Burt Beats Grant in 2 B. B. Games Burt, Feb. 8—Burt and Grant township played basketball here Friday evening. Burt won the high school game by a score of 27-21, the junior high game, 20-11. A wrestling match with Algona was staged between games, and Burt won all four matches. Merwyn Bahling, Cedar Falls wrestler who tin McGuire, Jule Siefert's Algona, visited Saturday. at Mrs. L. Callies spent Wednesday afternoon last with week Mrs. Lela Hansmier, who is a patient , it the Irish hospital, Forest City. Mrs. Hasmior is a relative of Mrs, Keil. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball enter- /ained the following teachers at a one o'clock dinner Sunday: Dorithy Brooks, Alice Chittlck, Dorothy Weaver, Treva Carmichael, Anna Ladd. Clarke Miller spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Miller. He brought a schoolmate with him. Both boys attend Mrs. Norman Ward, of Pine City, Minn,, spent the week-end with the Ernest Hansens. Mrs. Hansen and Mrs. Ward are sisters. Mrs. H. A. French attended a dinner party at Mrs. Herman Hauberg's, Algona, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long, Al- ;ona, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the H. A. French home. Mrs. Gus Carlson and her children were Saturday visitors at the W. H. Ricklefs home. Boys Win; Girls Lose — The Thompson boy's and girls' basket ball teams played here Friday evening, Ledyard winning the boys' game and Thompson the girls' game. The .scores were: girls, 39-32; boys, 23-18. Dust in Southern Iowa- William Kaller has returned from a week with his sister, Mrs. Edward Davis, Leon, near the Missouri line.' Mr. Keller says 'it has been so dry there that dust was blowing. Suffers Two Heart Attacks — Gus Anderson, who had been improving, following a severe heart attack, suffered another Saturday night. Other Ledyard News. Mrs. George Moulton spent several days last week at the Robert Curtis home at Bricelyn, Minn. Mrs. Moulton's sister and the latter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harris, Wilmar, Minn., were also here, and Mrs. Moulton went home with them for a visit. Dr. and Mrs. B, A. Storey went to Humboldt Sunday to attend a funeral. Doctor Storey's mother, Mrs. I. E. Storey, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Anna Meyers, San Francisco, came here with them for a visit over Monday, returning to Cedar Rapids that night. • Harold Herzog and Phyllis Torgerson were at th© Torgerson home at Mason City Sunday. Mary Ellen Galagan accompanied them to Mason City and went on for the day at her home at Rockwell. Mr. and Mrs, George Thompson and the Rev. Carl Hammer attended a Sunday school convention at Forest City Sunday afternoon and evening, and have reported an inspirational program. Mrs. Frank Kelly, Dolores Mayne, and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mayne visited Evelyn Mayne and shop- was spending the home, match. refereed week-end at the wrestling £Wke44< Again the fresh, fragrant breezes of Spring call you to the great outdoors/ Meet this urge to tramp over hill and dale with Paradise's alluringly alive creations which will put spring into your feet. $6.85 KRESENSKY'S . Tractor Tires. We are now stocking all sizes of Gillette Tractor Tires and prices are attractive. We furnish wheels. Tractor Tire Chains Piston Sleeves and Rings All kinds of bearings, ^ Call on. us. for your tractor supplies. Greenberg Auto Supply pllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllN ] BUY TIRES ON OUR I \ Come in today and ask about our new budget plan for buying tires, batteries, ra- [ dios, bicycles, and other auto supplies. No co-signers, no guarantee needed. No [ down payment, no delay. Just present your car and driver's license. Pay for your 1 tires and other auto needs as you use them. Ride on safe GOODYEAR tires. : ,Ask today for full details. Ride on safe tires. ( SALE OF WINTER NEEDS • Heaters Double Eagle, all weather and comfort heaters, priced to move at & off. $19.95, now 14.97 $15.95, now 11.97 $ 9.95, now 7.47 Radios Special — Motorola, ac- oustinator, dial to match car dash, new, style antenna, }4 °ff» Was $49.95, now 37,47 Used 1937 radios at marked reductions. Chains 25 per cent Discount Auto, Robes Driving Gloves Winter Fronts at big discounts. Little Wonder Windshield Fans Regular $3.50 Special $2.63 Used Tires, all sizes and conditions— Priced to move at 50 cents and up Fix Your Car for Two More Winter Months mmJ ^0 *B> ^f^JB>JBt %9r * Goodyear Tires and Batteries Crankcase Flushing Motorola Car Radios Greasing and Washing Standard Oil and .Gas PHONE 83 n

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