Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 17, 1938
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PAGE TWO WASHED. DUST-TREATED BV WAXOL PROCESS ... super-cleaned... dependable ... easy to use...long burning... exceedingly economical ....and many other adjectives must be used to fully describe the unusual merits of our SEAM this time anil know the difference! BOTSFORD LUMBER GO. IVatcIi for the Orange Colored Trucks Your Best ..at.. AH Times! Let us clean and press your clothes often. Good appearance pays big dividends. Take advantage of our modern odorless mothproofing. Use your phone and our truck will pick up and deliver. odern DRY CLEANERS I'llOlK' ,"),'i7 EX-IRVINGTON FAMILY GOING TO MINNESOTA Irvington, field was h«re last week Wednesday, distributing sale bills. He is selling off a part c will move March 1 Winnebago, Minn., which he bought. He will be accc there by hi; two foster and his housekeeper, Mrs. Ira Ashing, who hap been with them for two years. of Mr. and field, now o reared in was marriec they moved some years i girl to rear. BiUterfield Mrs. Alfred his to community. Verio Gade, the couple lived in this village till to a igo, when they took a small boy aid later a 12-year-old A few years ago Mrs. ied, but Ray has car- 16 Iw 1TA Jl H 3utter- ednes- He is :k and i near 3 has panied lildren a Ash- m for id son Jutter- d was '. He 2, and ge till Hurt took a ar-old THREE INJURED WHEN CARS CRASH IN RENWICK FOG Convith, Feb. 16 — A bad accident happened Saturday night south of Renwick about 9 o'clock. The night was very foggy, making driving hazardous, and cars driven by Dan Palmer and Wesley Cleveland had a head-on collision. With Cleveland was his sister, Mrs. Roy Rice and her children, and Palmer was driving alone. Both cars were demolished and Don Palmer's hip bone was broken. He was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital. Mr. Cleveland suffered only a sprained wrist, but Mrs. Rice's jaw was broken and \face badly cut, requiring several sticth- es to close the wounds. Several teeth were knocked out. The children were cut and bruised. Those who viewed the wreckage ANNA &UBI ^MP w vi TITI 1 1 1 1 Tltonka, 1 ter of Mr. < land and U Mrs. H. G. Wednesday church. A was read b; The bride wi ter Wilhelni! by his broth was dressed bouquet of bridesmaid i colored dres was served ilies at the parents. Th in blue and will live on KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA> IOWA TITONKA, WED 15—Anna, daugh- Mrs. Henry May- Ubbe, son of Mr. and Meyer, were married at the double-ring daffadils, Reformed ceremony A. Kllian. and the In rust- ried on will the children. Girls I-H Club Meets— The Cresco-Irvington 4-H club met Saturdaj' with Lois Barr, with eight members attending. A music talk was gil-en by Patricia Matern, and Beinice Reaper spoke on how to be a good guest. "Listening music numbers" were played on a victrolk for music memory tests, and iVJrs. George Hackman demonstrated braiding rugs. Valentines were! exchanged. The next meeting is si :heduled for March 5 wth Mrs. Rflph Brown, leader. Siuilicys llos to Club- Mr, and M:'s. B. J. Sankey were liost and hostess to their club Friday Evening. Guests were the Harvey Kaths, the Frank Zie- marvel that any one of them was not killed outright. Mr. Palmer is a. brother of Mrs. Molvin Severns and is well known here. He was in an auto accident a few months ago, but escaped serious injury. iiets, the Charles rferman Waimbiers, Mrs. Prosper i key won higl iMaas, high Darbys, and Mr. the and Prieders. Doris San- for women; Arthur >r men. Clinton Rath was low. Trie club was organized a few weeks ;ago. Hone Patient Getting Better— Duane Riloy was away from home Sunday for the first time since return from Iowa City, when he accompanied his parents to Helen ijordwoll's, Llvermore, He is still ij| a cast, but can be TWO WEDDING CELEBRATIONS HELDiGORWITH Corwith, Feb. 16—At W. P. Erdman's last week Tuesday the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Erdman was observed, and also the 23rd wedding of Mr. and Mrs. George Oxley. Mr. and Mrs. Erdman have two, children, Mrs. George Oxley and farewell party. The Hansens are William Jr., both of Corwith, and moving soon to Bristow, where 3. A wedding dinner o the immediate fam- home of thd bride's The home was decorated . The newlyweds rm south of town, where the Ben Wessels now live. Group to Silver Wedding— Mr. and Mrs. Nick Heesch, Mr. and Mrs. William Swyter, the Rev. A. Kilian, Mrs. H. W. Schoenlein, Mr. and Mrs. A. Missal, George Higgins, Edward Stecker, Leona Brandt, and Annabelle, Louise, and Ernest Sachau drove to Bode Sunday evening to help Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moyer celebrate a silver wedding. The Meyers formerly lived here. Gamble Store Js Planned— A Gamble store will soon be opened in the L. B. Larson building on east Main. C. Hench, Britt, and his son Arthur will be proprietors, and they will have an apartment at the Bertha Callies home. Farewell for the Hansons— A group of local Odd Fellows drove to George Hansen's home Monday evening for a surprise two grandchildren. The Oxleys have two children, carried to a car and the back seal). ride flat in iffhs In licturn Soon — Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wadleigh, who are. at Algona for the winter, a son and a daughter meanwhile attending high school there, will return to their farm east of braith In March. Mr. and Harriet and George Jr., both at the Corwith school. Open house was held from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p. ni. Among those from away who attended were Mrs. Rhinart Jesse, of Hutchins; Mrs. Arthur Grey and son Harold, of Earlville, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith and Hugo man, Ottawa, 111. V. I'. Conference Hold- Eight towns joined with Corwith and met at the First Baptist church a week ago Monday even"IK for a Fundamental Young Peo- l'to's Conference. There were 125 Francis Sanfurd are at the farm. | representatives present. The Rev. Sfripllnifs to Xcw Home— The Mike Striplings have moved from the farm where they had liv- Victor Oltrogge, of Waverly, gave « talk on, Evidence against Evolution. Margaret Bunting, president of the local society, gave the ed many yeats to the former John I address of welcome each"" Hintz farm M-hich they have pur-{group responding to roll call chased. A pusher family, from'singing their pastor's favorite ,near Humboldt, has moved to the hymn. Special musical I farm they vacated. 'Farewell for tlie Marshal Is— ! The Carl Seips and Mr. and Mrs. Lonning drove to George Marshall's Saturday evening for a farewell party. The Marshall.-? will move March 1, but do not. yet know whore they are goinir. by numbers were furnished by Mrs. V. C Oltrogge., of Waverly, the Rev.' and Mrs. Sari Sentman, of Sheffield, the Rev. and Mrs. Shorer, of Forest City, and the Rev. Nyhus, of N<MV Family is Coinini;— The R. Hansons, wlio have been living at Galbraiih and were oni- ployed la.st summer and fall by Jos. f'urran. |)lun 10 move soon to Irvington, where tlioy have rcni- od part of thiji Henry Hiihlo house. Mrs. McCauley, Swaledalo, accompanying. A lunch was served at Hie close of the .service. they have purchased a farm. Four to S. S. Gathering— The Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Patterson and the Misses Brooks and Chetteck, teachers, attended a sub district meeting of Sunday school teachers at Algona Saturday . Attends Farewell nt Hurt— Mrs. H. A. French attended a farewell party last week Thursday at Mrs. Al Staehle's, Burt, for Mrs. Helen Peters, who is moving to Blue Earth. with Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer. Rosella., Volght, employed in the country treasurer's office cit Algona, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. John Prazer, Algona, were Sunday visitors at Martin Eicheid's. Frank Elbert was taken by surprise Saturday night, when 25 friends arrived to help him celebrate a birthday anniversary. He told them that he quit having birthday anniversaries long ago but was glad to be remembered anyhow. Rex Swanson went to Mason City late last week to attend on Electrolux convention. Mrs. Peter Neu Is taking care of her mother while the latter's sister Augusta is at Mrs. Cecelia Elbert's, caring for scarlet fever patient. Bud Elbert came from Algona Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elbert. Mr. Elbert is sick. A large crowd was at the Academy Sunday evening for a card party. Peter Schumacher and Margaret Gretteman won high at bridge; John Marty and Irene Mueller, at 500. Frank Seoley won door prize. Mrs. Joseph Meurer and her son Lucian attended the funeral of Jphn Fuhrman at St. Joe Saturday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner, St. Joe, visited Sunday. • Mrs. Joseph Meurer Ledyard Dentist to Chicago JFcet— Dr. H. I. Torgensen left Sunday for Chicago to attend a dental convention till Friday. He is" a son-in-law of Editor Lee 0. Wolfe. Other Titonka News. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zacharia- on, Pilot Grove, spent last week Thursday at the Olof Engelby lome. Mrs. Edw. McGuire, Cedar Rap- ds, visited last week at the. homo of her sister, Mrs. .August Busch. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne drove ;o Ceylon last week Monday to visit Mrs. Mayne's aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagse, of Buffalo Center, visited the Arthur Zielskes last week Thursday. George Hagge was at Algona ast week Tuesday, attending a county fair board meeting. Edw. Reece was sick last week ivith a bronchial cold and was under a doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe, Lakota, visited at the Ella Gelhaus home Friday. Fred Reocc, Des Moines, visited at the P. W. Reece home last week Thursday. W. 0. Jennings, Chicago, visited at the L. A. Nitz home Saturday. Swea City, visited the mother, Mrs. Nelsima Dance Draws a Crowd— Messrs. uii|l Mosdnmes Leigh and Herman Plathe dance at thq l<ic;il hall I'aper Observes Anniversary — The Corwilh Hustler was iiub- lislied in a magazine form 'last week as a tribute to the. 50th anniversary of the paper. The issue contains material of an historical i \ nature, photographs and names of! Simoen the editors and publishers of the gave a I paper. Prof. J. F. Granx.ow, Al- FYiday • Kona, who conducted the Corwith of former's Hansen, Friday and called on old friends here. Dewey Hutchinson and Mrs. Fred Hagen had a week-end visit from their brother at Minneapolis. L. B. Larson, Mason City, and his sons Roger and Kermit were in town on business Saturday. The Frank Hoffs and the Gradj Smiths spent Sunday with friends at Fairmont. Tom Young and Andrew Hansen were Lakota business visitors Saturday. Mr. 'and Mrs. E. Stewart visited the former's parents at Thompson Sunday. We specialize in Dr. Scholl's Foot Com- . fort Service Whatever your foot trouble IJrain Tumor I'atiellt may be, our Expert will give you im- ' mediate relief. He is thoroughly trained in the fitting of Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Appliances and Remedies. Come in and get a free demonstration of our ability to give you real foot relief with Dr. Scholl's Standardized Rerredies. evening, and a large number of 1'igh school and community bands friends attended. Music was fur- ' f»r several years had fiirnishod nished by tlxf Ewoldt orchestra, i tllc Hustler with a photo of him| self, but the photo was damaged Improved— iin [ho process of engraving. The .Movers, who recently book is interesting and is made up . . , brain tumoi-, i in a form that is convenient for has been at home more than a filing. Whittemore Herman had an operation for week and is qble to bo around. Other Convith News. BROWN ELL SHOE GO, Algona, Iowa Iiiv.a City I'atjicnt Home-— < Louis Gronjiach, who had beon : Mr. and Mrs. Fred a patient at Iowa City .several leaving this week for , , weeks, was returned to his homo : Tennessee and Kentucky t"o"visit Yates are points in hore early relatives. They expect to be gone about a month. Send$l f >r the next -Uontli nf TIIK I' I. A N'T 1C I Make the mo.st of your reading hours. Enjoy the wit the wisdom, the companionship the charm that have made the' ATLANTIC, for over seventy-five years, America's most quoted and most cherished magazine. Send $1 (mentioning this ud) to The Atlantic Monthly, S Arlington St., Boston Kuncy Has ^ycn Drained M. L. Honey had a minor oper- >spent frnm Thursda ' v ation periorined on his neck al c lcn ji a , Tac , k .,. ' Marion Seamonds, of Woolstock, lCK> Monday to dri|in a wen which had become infecipd. Other Irvington. Franklin, y<|ung .son of .Mr. and Mrs. George IVagner, is spending several days \p\ih Harold and Ed- rnond Friederif, near Bode. Mrs. Fred Illg, Iiorj|e, was a guest part ' Friday of last week at the Wagner home, i -r^ and Mrs. John B. Redding and her' f ,d ... till He also Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans. Portia Johnson entertained group of friends at a Topsy Turvey dinner party at her home last E-ok Tuesday evening. Mrs. Harvey Enfield attended a of the Lai-kin club at Mrs. i Grimsehl's at afternoon. D. Y. Lu Verne Milton, Eunice, and Bernice Bur linganic, with Wayne and ssistmg Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Reginald Bastian G&B Special A satisfying smoke lor tko particular smoker. Let the flavor and aroma be your guide —and the G. & B. Special will be your favorite cigar. The cigar made by men who know ho\v. IT IS DANGEROUS It is <lun;rcroiis to sell a .SUBSTITUTE lor GCtf just to make three or four cents Jiiort-. Customers are your best assets; lose them and you lose your business. COG is three or four times as much a SUBSTITUTE. boys, Tlie first mpetiiiK of the Aid since before Christmas will take place next wqek Thursday at the church. A cqvcred-dish luncheon will be iseryed, Phyllis Ma.\)vell was a nuest of her cousin, Robert Maxwell, Al- . at the L. M. Sanders home. H. 0. Chambers shipped cattle to Chicago Saturday from Corwith and Garner. I.cdyard Farms Chalice Jlailds. Ledyard, Feb. 15—Arthur Murray has purchased the farm which day evening, '('here were six couples. Mr. and Mr.<|. James Stacy, who had been carijig for a Mr. Crawford at Whittejmore, have returned to their home fit Algona The Rev. A Sunday on wl day of the wei psalm and Ma Eighteen w K. P. Honey at the church Vernon Hob ed a mangled door was slan The Shermt: will meet S; Krause. • The Jos. Y were Sunday Dole's. . English preached y we keep the first k. He read the 1^2 -thew 5. :re served by Mrs. it a valentine party Friday night. .son recently suffer- thuinb when a car med on it. n Shiners 4-H club turday with Faye ahnkes, Whittemore, guests at Elmer K. P. Roiifcv has been suffering from a severely sprained back. MACHINERY vert that ur to cash. An does the trick. •••••••M FOR SALE? CON- -u.sed machinery in- Advance for-sale ad tf IM^^^^UU^^^HMUM^—^^^,. forty have bought tract on which th_ from J. H. Welfare.' Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Berminghau- ser are parents of a boy, born last week Thursday at the McCreery hospital, named Edward John. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery, with a few friends, were well entertained at the McCreery home last week Thursday evening, when Doctor Knowlea, Fort Dodge, showed moving pictures of ten thousand miles of travel in Mexico and California, also of his home, which is one of the finest at Fort Dodge. Mrs. William Donahue has returned from the Pine Knoll sanitarium at Davenport, where she was a patient more than a year. Mrs. Fred Lehman entertained Sunday evening at five tables of cards. Out-of-town Mr. and Mrs. Peter guests were Kollasch and the Julus Baas family, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, of Garner, and their sons James, Edward, and David were Sunday visitors of relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Baas and John's mother, Mrs. Minnie Baas EXTRA FURNITURE —DISPOSE of it profitably through an Advance for-salo ad. Buyers are Clow-Out S 5 Having decided to quit farming, we will sell at public auction Friday, February 2jj S LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 101 Head of Livesto I VA. short' toglng, »i tidaj Ole srlpture r< SALE STARTS AT l-Miu \ BrlA.B '"jletaoa* *W ^•"•"^•^^•••••"••,^^'elrlkgon) newIan cl )rt : Olson g the Le rt, Storei sang, t _ 7 HEAD OF HORSES == Well-matched sorrel team, full brother and sister, 8 and 9 yrs old = bay team, well-matched, 3 and 4 yrs. old, wt. 2400; black geldinu' u-t i, l"' 1 E? =; cvol/linrr itrf 1 1 (Ifl • orvvrnl rvinl'n />n1f Q nintlf-lla nlrl 1 *' » rs « ™ gelding, wt. 1100; sorrel mare colt, 9 months old. two .Jnred. Th« iknche, L I 30 HEAD OF CATTLE 11 milch cows, 9 fresl^; 3. springing heifers; 2 yearling steers; yoarlmorved at"! Si er; 3 summer calves; 9 calves; full-blood roan Shorthorn bull. 20 HOGS ink candli ing cake. Sj 9 Chester White brood sows, due to farrow May 1; 11 good fall pm, =s dandies. 141 SHEEP ff 28 ewes, 12 yearling ewes, due to lamb about May 1; 1 blackface bud I Farm Machinery, Etc. S= McCormick-Deering endgate seeder, with grass seed attachment lOfim- j5 4-sec. drag; Deere corn planter with wire; McCormick-Deering 2-ro\\ "•<>* == tor; single-row cultivator; 5-ft. mower; John Deere rake; sulky plow S mick-Deering 3-bbttom tractor plow. i ' = Hay rack and gearing; 2 wagbns with boxes; new wagon box; McCo/Allcbili = Deering No. ,5 separator; fanning mill; 2 good sets of harness; bob sled"enrllcson: ==; other articles too numerous to mention. jcaslon e: == McCorinlck-Pccrlng 15-30 Tractor. ksbur?'' SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS ONE STACK OF TERMS— Cash, or make arrangements with your banker before date o! «T°* s. th ® \ ' iment at, g. ''The ie Bode ( • b,e Ottost JTO polnti JENSEN BRO looking! tf: FLAIG & PRESTON, Auctioneers II If. L. COTTOMlJ* re the t ,te girls tfeated t id round i-iday afl sen boy hef *«sfe8«3 >n,,cam« Vent, the j're.' Th( a of the rday^eve Blanche id with enrickac Mr. anc '.tended! ookVpar Mr. arid del, wei few da; ' **•*< STALK FACTS ' T «E WORLD! MATURES M °wr«c <""" ZONE ton! *«oiur Guiuuml r '"°t HWMIIIKS W EJGH the new cars dispassionately in the light of what they offer and the facts stand boldly forth as these: buy with the marvel-ride of TORQUE- FREE SPRINGING - S p rings Q f shock. smothering CQ U ed steel thatlesse ' n FREE COLOR CARDS —if you are planning to paint, inside or out, come in and get full information about l)e- voe Taints. Botsford Lumber Company JIM POOL, Mgr. TIRES used factory a nice stock of Save 50% on guaranteed retread and adjustment tires. We have on h£ lug grip tires for snow and mud. We specialize in vulcanizing tires and tubes. Sampson Tire Service > Located at HO State St. Plioiie 558. n the market today offering the efficiency of valve- in-head straight-eight design— modernized with the phenomenally efficient new DYNAFLASH principle of combustion. Buick is the only car your money can COUNT THE DMAS IN THKE USED CARSl You getTcomplete oar whea you buy a UsedCarfrom a Buiok deater-oompletely reconditioned, completely safe, completely equipped. Count the extras in the way of special equip- me nt-the beaters, radios, defrosters, fog lights-that are included in h,s prices on many of his bargains. He Sets the pick of the trade-in crop- Scoffito.. hi. oars with skilled Buick workmen - sells his cars at prices unpadded with fat profits. Remember-for a BETTER used car BUY see your BUICK dealer firstl Buick is the only car with the safe- security of Unisteel Body by Fisher Silent Zone Body Mounting. ± ™ ll! d ™" Cdly tl ? e be *< Dicing car Popular vote with a Sreatermar^nlver tts nearest competitor than any other enjoys! Buick's performance is easily the most outstanding on the road-for soaring, thrilling lift and power it dolts its hat MOTORS •M to no other car even approach' 1 ! size and comfort. Such are the facts, and on can well decide, "Better bu; But they do not end the tale.| are two points dealing needed to complete the fullp ic | Buick value: - Buick is not only the straight-eight of its size on the® —But Buick actually lists than do some sixes! Check the facts, check th- know where you'll &» self in the end. In a Buick dealer's si _ getting the dope on Klassie A GINWM Wlo^ R5

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