Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 17, 1938
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PAGE FOUR Safe Deposit Boxes (or Rent and a general banking business transacted. "We promise you fair and courteous treatment at all VERA BERNAU, WHITTEMORE, TO BE BRIDE Whittemore, Feb. 15—Vera, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Bernau, became the bride of Henry Harms Jr., Saturday forenoon at St. Paul's Lutheran church here, the Rev. W. H. Dlscher performing the ceremony. August Ber- jnau Jr., brother of the bride, was best man, and Dorothy Knutson was bridesmaid. The bride was attired in white satin with long veil. The new Mrs. Harms attended the Lutheran parochial school. Mr. Harms is the son of Mr. and •I Mrs. Henry Harms, oast of West j • i . . . . _ , -| JLUL B. .1 IU111 ,7 -L-ltU HIE), UCIQL UL ¥Y Vol. times and invite you to make your banking home S|Bemi, and the couple win live on •antli 11 a C the elder Mr. Harms' farm south- VVJ.LU lib. N | east of Whltteraoro. Security State Bank ALGONA, IOWA C. B. Murtagh, President f J. W. Haggard, Vice President Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I County Council to Have Program Here Lit Verne, Feb. :15—The county KOSStfTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, JOWA Community Club at Lu Verne Sees Game Lu Verne., Feb. 14—The Community club met. at the high school gymasium Monday night, with a fair attendance. The first part of the entertainment consisted of a basketball game between Corwlth nnd Lu Verne Indenpendent tennis Corwith carrying off the largo end of the score, 41-30. A. L. Look presided at a business meeting at which several matters of Interest were discussed and reports of the committees heard. Frank Kohlhaas, Vice President E. A. Scheme!, Cashier 1 council of .Christian education will | sponsor a scries of illustrated [ i golden texts and demonstrated pa' rabies Sunday at 8 p. m. at the JI Presbyterian church, Algona. This _ j! project based on successful exper- HWWWJVWWSJVJV1^\^^ in the county, is highly By all means—have something knitted in your wardrobe—and something colorful. These "Lampl Knit" dresses and sweaters are fine quality with that handmade look. Sweaters Pull -over* and cardigans in novelly .styles. $1.5)8 ! $2.!)8 JDres.ses One and two-jiioce drosses with new $11.7.) and $lfi.5)r> With itf sleeves — Xoiie reserved Christensen BFOS O Co. "ALUUNA'S STYLE CENTER" . J new leVmi hock » Uaturtd in VOGUE. Midi, ol Suptfihiir BMIIO c<«peIn Naoonly...hM«Ui inbrolfoed In white... proiocatlve Short bolero wild Oilatbable lapel, ,| while pique... double mb ol (rein cepe. Jlzei 10 to 20. 22 A new season . . . new places to go ... new things to do ... new impressions to be made. You'll find a match for your every mood in the new fashions we're showing. These frocks will capture your admiration at a glance... the most inspired ideas of the season ... in fabrics of beauty and distinction. Here now in large and varied assortments awaiting your call. Be ready to greet spring... see these new style inspirations that await youj Christensen Bros. Co. Algona' 's Style Center" • j suggestive for supplementary work - in Sunday school teaching. All Wilma Speicher, of Grant Twp., Bride Grant Twp., Feb. 15 — Wilma, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Spoicher, and Dwlght, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, Lakota, were married at Algona Saturday, February 5, the Rev. A. English officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Speicher, daughter Gladys, Roland Smith, and the lattcr's daughter Margaret and son Roland Jr. attended. The ncwlyweds will live on a farm near Lakota after March 1. REWRITES Hrlnfs summarizing principal news in last Thursday's Upper Dos Molncs, in the family to be committed, and he admitted intimacies from the time the 1 girl was 9 years old. MAKSIfAL Frank W. Green, 67, dropped dead in the sheriff's office Saturday afternoon while he was filing out a blank to the university hospital at Sunday school superintendents and ] She was going to the barn to get teachers arc particularly invited, j straw for her hen's nests. After Hulda Fritzemcier, Lu Verne, is | the fall she made herself heard by Mr. Miller and the son Lawrence, who were near by. At the hospital Saturday it was found that one hip was broken. county secretary. Lone Rock School Library Enlarged Lone Rock, Feb. 15—New books have been added to the school library In the grades: first and second, nine for recreational reading and ten new primers; third and fourth, 16 for recreational rcad- jing; fifth antl sixth, ten for outside-reading; seventh and eighth, J21, fiction; high school, 04, fiction travel, biography, autobiography. The total is 125 books. New reference books in sociology, history, and gcn.uraphy have also been added. County Wesley, Feb. 15—The local American Legion post and Auxiliary unit have received cards announcing a February meeting of the country organization at Swea Cily this week Thursday night. Wedding liflls to St. Joe, Feb. li>—Banns of mar- raise were published Sunday at i St. Joseph's Catholic church for Emma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick-Gengler, Lotts Creek, and enter Iowa City. Deputy" Sheriff Arthur Cogley was the only other person in the office at the time. Death was caused by heart disease. Mr. Green was born ftt York, Pa., Feb- suary 3, 1871, and had been a resident of Iowa 20 years, farming near Algona for a time. Ho has been marshal seven years, and it was generally conceded that ho had given the host of service. Tho funeral was held Monday at the Methodist church, with the' Rev. F. Earl Burgess in charge, and the Masons had charge of rites at the cemetery. Mrs. Green and four children—Mrs. E. E. Alger, Newton; Albert and Mrs. John Higbee, Omaha; and Frank E., Algona—survive. MRS. CHARLES OSIKR, 63, of Laurens, nee Eickenrodt, sister of Mrs. M. J. McCall here, died of an embolism Saturday at Laurons, and the body was to be brought here for burial. Tho family lived here many years. Mr. Osier and five children survive: Mrs. Bornice Krueger, Sioux City; Harold and Helen, Chicago; Eugene and Maurice, at home. A brother lives in Colorado and two other sisters in California. EW. FOSNAUGIT, 57, was sentenced to not more than ten years in the penitentiary by Judge De Land last Thursday on a charge of raping his 14-year-old slop- granddaughtor, the same girl involved in recent cases against her step-father, Del'bert Fosnaugh, sula Engert in 1883. In 1933 the and Dan Taylor. Ho was the third Woman at Lu Verne Falls, Breaks Hip Lu Verne, Feb. 15—Mrs. William Miller is at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, as the result of a fall on ice near her home Friday noon. JOHN FUIIILirAX, SO, St. Joe, died last week Thursday following a broken hip suffered December 23. Born in Germany ho was brought to America when he was 11, and in 1S72 he came to St. .Too, whore he was married to Mary Ur- couple celebrated their golden wedding. They had 13 children, including the late Mrs. Pctor Er- pclding, and ton survive: Mrs. Matt Faber, Mrs. Charles Plathc, and Adolph, St. Joe; Henry, Lind- scy, Tex.; Joseph, Chicago; Mrs. Henry Faber, Castclton, ' N. D.; Nick, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. John Thill, Whittemore; Val, of Canada; and Louis, Algona. There are ; 17 grandchildren, and six grandsons were pall bearers. Father Theobold, St. Joe, conducted funeral services Saturday, and burial was made in the St. Joe cemetery. 4, TUK HIGH SCHOOL basketcers again won from Swea City, 29-27, in the last homo basketball game Emil, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard of the season here Friday night. At the Academy Hall Wednesday Evening, February 23 8 O'clock Cards, Lunch, and Dance L» J. KOCKH511, Bancroft, is a republican candidate, Arthur Llnd- sey, also Bancroft, a democratic candidate, for supervisor in the fourth district, now represented by Charles Morris, Lone Rook. Supervisor Cosgrove will be opposed by William Schram in the third district. P. J. Kohlhaas, democrat, has announced for reelection as representative, and will be opposed by C. II. Ostwlnkle, Algona. FinE MONDAY did considerable damage to the Lloyd Wollendorf homo adjoining the fairgrounds, the top story being practically destroyed. Some 600 yards of hose had to be laid to reach tho house from the nearest hydrant. The blaze was discovered by Mrs. Wellendorf when she noticed smoke outside a window. Tho roof was then afire. DlttECTOKS of the Country club have created two new membership classes. One provides for out-of-town members within five miles of Algona; the either for out- o:f town family memberships at $15 and for a non-resident playing fee at $10. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Thnrington and Kennedy Sis Revival in Progress Come and hear plenty of singing and soul-stirring messages. Every night except Monday and Saturday. Evangelists: Vertn nnd Merle Russell I FOR SALE—ALFALFA HAY. — —Mike Elbert, Algona, phone 10F21. 10p21-22 FOR SALE—25 TONS ALFALFA FOR SALE—5x8 ft. FRAME .building, gable roof, board floor, in WANTED—MEN WITH CAR TO take over established business good repair, suitable for brooder j in Kossuth county and sell Iho house.—Call 34, Algona. I5p22 good old Ward line, of household | Experience | hay, baled.—R. H. Peter, Lone wr ,r,nT-TMn 0™, aml farm neces sities. Rock. ' 12p22 WRECKING SERVICE — CRUSH-1 and capital unnecessary Fxcol- _— I ed fenders, bent axles, dented j lent profits, steady income Write FOR SALE — SIMMONS STUDIO ™^, all fixed up perfectly, for details stating age and occu- couch, like new, latest style.— Inquire Advance. FOR SALE—STACK OF FIRST- class wild hay.—Rome Robison, Irvington. llp21-22 WANTED — SINGLE MAN BY month or year.—Mike Loss, one mile south of town. Hu22tf PARTY WANTS ROLL - TOP desk. Name on payment of 30c for this ad.—Ask Advance. 15(2)22 FOR SALE—WILD HAY, 1 MILE south St. Benedict.—Lloyd Hood, Lu Verne, moving March 1. Hp22 SEVERAL SPLENDID VALUES just east of Wesley. I will m ail details.—L. c. Stuart, Clear Lake. 15p21-2-l I-ARMS FOR SALE—IF you want to -sell a farm Advance readers will be interested. Use a for-sale ad. . tf LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — THE quick, easy, inexpensive- way to find the buyers—Advance for-sale ads - tf FOR SALE—WHITE SEED CORN germination 98%.—Fred Stroebel, care of Henry Janssen, Bancroft. 15u21-22 FOR SALE—PAIR OF BLACK mules, weight 3200; John Deere !U corn shelter.—H. B. Mason, ' "I'with. 16p99 - . _ --*•: V.... "Ll.Li.l,-, il^t; illlU UCCU- Complete and modern equipment.! pation.—Dr. Ward's Medici! Cn —Kossuth .Motor Co. 19(2)221 Winona. Minn. ' 01 oV FOR SALE—ONE 1032 DUAL wheel Chevrolet truck with brand new box. Terms if desired. —Phone 55, or see Western Credit Company. • 22ulStf MRS WANTED '".i^ore'lktol-^ 1 - 0 -"? 1 " 1 *" men al rlrst known CORRECT TIME! • WE REGU- late watches and clocks. Expert cleaning, repairing. Bring in. your ailing time pieces.—A. H. ' Borchardt. 18(2)22 WINTER GREASING — GEARS, springs, steering. Special grade of light winter lubricant that works in coldest weather.—Vic's Service Station. 19(2)22 several men at once. Deliver orders to farmers, render .service and do oth- ,er work. Farm experience and car I necessary. Permanent work ISven |thouffh you are not much interested In changirm- the nature of your work at the present time, it you will merely sent] your name we will guarantee to furnish you information that will be °f great value to you. Address Box 1251 care of this paper. Name Address PRICES SLASHED ON SEED corn of better quality. Special ears planted separate many years to get higher yield.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 21p21-22 MODERNIZE — PERHAPS THAT pantry in your home can be converted into breakfast nook or den Come in and see plans. — H. R. Cowan & Son. 2-1(2)22 I AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE- election as supervisor of the 3rd district on the democratic ticket at the June primaries. Your sup- por and vote will be appreciated. —Wm. Cosgrove. 29(2)21-24 SALE—20 SHOCKS OF FOD- der cane and one good five-year- old sorrel horse—Paul F. Ludwig Whittemore. CAN USE HUSTLER WITH CAR. Steady, good paying, all season job for right man. State age and mechanical or selling experience. —Address X, care this paper. 26p22 Feb. 22—W. 0. Dunlap, farm sale, 5 miles east and 2% miles south of Algona. Feb. 22—Complete closing out sale, 7 mites northwest of Lone Rock, 4 miles northeast of Fenton, P. H. Jensen. February 23—Harm 0. Uken, near Lakota. Closing out sale including 65 head of livestock and full line of farm machinery. Feb. 24—A. C. Bjustrom, eight miles west of Algona on No. 18, general farm sales. Feb. 25—Jensen Bros., closing out sale, 4% miles north and one mile east of Fenton. FOR RENT—80 ACRES, improved- also acreage adjoining Forest I City.—Hurt J. Thompson, Forest City, Iowa. 16(2)22 WANT TO RENT—ACREAGE UP to 20 acres, fair buildings. Some place in Kossuth county — Write Advance. 16p22 WANTED—YOUR HARNESS RE- pairing and oiling. Bring them In now and avoid the rush later.— "~~>. E. Johnson East State. p21-23 WANTED—BROOD SOWS THAT will farrow in March. Alfalfa and wild hay for sale; also one seven-year-old bay gelding.—Philip Arndorfer, 7M- miles east, 1 mile south of Algona. 29p22-23 RELIABLE MAN WANTED TO call on farmers in Kossuth coun- y. No experience or capital required. Make up to $12 a day —Write Mr. Thomas, P. O. Box No! 156, Waterolo, Iowa. 30p22 HOT CHICKEN SANDWICHES are popular. We know how to make them. Try one with a cup of good coffee.—Algonquin Confectionery. 21(2)22 WE WISH TO THANK NEIGH- bors and other friends for flowers and many acts of kindness tendered us In our recent bereavement.— Mrs. F. W. Green, Mrs E B. Alter, Mrs. J. N. Hgbee, Alberta Green, and Frank Green. USING TOO MUCH COAL? BE- fore you 'buy more fuel, let us check your furnace. Phone 83 Geo. Holtzbauer, Green Colonial. 20(p)22 A ZOTOS PERMANENT — GIVES the hair new life and lustre. We have latest equipment. Quiet efficient service. Phone 604, Cora D. Mlller - 21(2)22 FOR SALE—IMPLEMENT BU3I- n&ss, McCormick-Deering line, In Kossuth county, invoice about JloOO—Inquire Upper Des Moinea or Advance. 16ul9« FOR SALE—TEAM GELDINGS coming 3; gelding and mare coming 4; also some registered Percheron mares, one good 4- wheel trailer. Would buy a 1%ton truck—V. J. Gross, one mile nQr th, 2 east Lone Rock. 35p20-22 MAJOR OIL COMPANY HAS open" ing for live-wide-awake man between ages 25 and 40. financially able to purchase truck chassis Experience not necessary but desirable, provided other requirements are met. Give full particulars in first letter to Box 400. 40U20-23 Sale Dates Get your Spring driving needs NOW — Goodyear tires, batteries, car radios, auto supplies—pay on our Convenient Budget plan. Dutch's SUPER SEB7ICE Phone 33 Our Bargain Has >w, pages lies, cut3, lade up ti I » f The tictrv ,0th year 1 (olden Ani teadof .th is now nil festive with new print dresses aper si!ie special values at $8.05 nm! $i.[|j |fliie ^ ' Also Ten New Cotton tlint wore innrte to sell for more. \y ( . them at $1 Misses' nnd Women's Si/r Christensen Br BARGAIN BASEMEN'l nr(l , ppeared ', 1 w paper < irescent. er compat ;ed by toe > ten yeai l the com] le capital ig $600, ci s*. he paper') f «tuBtler In M), The Ince 'asket, A. Ml, J. 'li.i lark, and Truck Dollars Than Ever in "V. Later,,! - years jB Is wife ar ve at Coi Tribute',' Wide range of body types New styie-new comfort-new convenience ist. 80, a) >hool"and aes.'-pastq ' andLbue id , many: [fer cooing] |r on»its^! A. A.TJc m now' ij i jlumns- o! ,nd a for> f ti d'aft'erf IbutesUli ~ New! 122-in. One-Tonner. A new 134-inch 1%-ton (formerly the 131%-lnch). 157-inch 1%-ton Trucks. 1 12-inch Commercial Cars. 85 II.P. engine available in all trucks and commercial cars. 60 II.P. engine available in 122" one-tonners and hi commercial cars. oni ..m, JLosei •<*>", , l .'; m'a 'ATgonc 'rmnasiun Now this Year! THE FORD V-8 A unit that fills tho gap between Ford Commercial Cars and the big Fort* Trucks. TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL CARS £, .^elbp -^mn irii^stiaiif i-nv r«*'ii'4iS fcU-CS^iwr. iWJ'ttmaiA for Big 14-inch 'kerchiefs in 'beautiful floral prints. Vat dyed colors on.fine lawn. • • . -M 17x80 INCH TURKISH T(W£tij| 9c Famous "Cannon" quality! Soft and absorbent but firmly woven! Snowy white terry Vith pastel striped borders. •w 1MNCH WHISK BROOM Durably m ^ e of all whisk broom corn, double sewed, wire bound neck, plush cap. GRAY ENAMELED WARE Each 2-QT. PUDDING PAN 2-QT. SAUCE PAN WASHBASIN Get them on sale NOW, at a BIG i "ig! All pieces are of durable " mottled enamel on a heavy steel 1 » OZ, TABLE TUMBLERS Popular size! Sparkling pressed crystal glass that looks much more expensive! » Y. BUTLER,

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