Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1938 · Page 7
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,, 17,1938. KOSStltH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE gJBVBM H. W. Miller QtAETOK * MILLER aW,Offices. c«!427, residence Sit. Bank Bldg. Algona , McMAttON ft LI55AB ^B. E. McMahon : » in new County Mutual Bids ie: "dfflce^2«l. Algona, Iowa HABBUCGTOTf & J. D R. J. . STttlMAH Office in new Helse Block. jSjjjiWi-*'*' Algona, Iowa iv" B. D. Kell| 'AT* KELLY <aulnby Block low. Omc« In Qulnby Bulldl&s J06 Stale Bank Algona, W»c« OTOT Iowa State Bank 60-!r; Rea.316 DOHALD '% C; 'iHUTCHISOU JTOBODbBE C. HUTCmSOB * '''Attorner.-at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. U6 $61 V Algona, Iow» K1UBJCE C. McMAHOH •>' "Attorney-at-Law • Office in Helse Bldg. ne 82S, { \ ', < Algona, Iowa DOCTOB8 JOHH 1C. KENEFICK ^Physlclanland Surgeon Mice overiRexall Drug Store Office .phone 300 ,< i Res. 1 phone 326 > 3. H. CBETZMEYER, M. D. , Surgeon and Physician 3tflce Joto'Galbraith Block U 444-310 Iowa BOUBNE Surgeon ^0«fflce;JlifflPjBtoffice Block ie'Bi;:'6fflce$l97; residence, ^|§t;^i|5Hm OLSON IlWlPtpintiBt cated : ^byef|ChrlBtenBen Store. mei: u §l : BnBt||eB8, 166; Res., 788 ii ; fp|5||Al|ipa,- Iowa D. D. 8. InlVP.pBtoff ice Block. Algona * 1<ma ^HOFFMAN itist w Heise Bldg. ice 44, res. 116. ftili.scHAAr st Iowa ' 133, res. 174. CREAMERY AT FENTON ENDS A GOOD YEAR Fenton, Feb. 15 — The Fenton creamery held its annual meeting in the high school gymnasium Saturday, a fair-sized audience attending. O. K. Storre, of the State Brand Creameries,'Mason City, spoke on his recent trip to the east. He congratulated the creamery on the 1937 report. A. W. Rudnlck, of the State college, Ames, spoke on a trip to Europe last year. His talk centered around dairying in European nations, particularly Germany. The creamery's report showed total income of $129,039.71, and 381,069 pounds 'butter manufactured in 1937. Two directors, George Siems and Cliff Frink, were re-elected by acclamation. Other directors are A. J. Kennedy, E. A. Huskamp, president, and Paul Nemitz, vice president. Alfred Meyers is secretary- treasurer. Lunch of coffee, cheese, and crackers was served. Four-II Girls' Club Meets— The Fenton Forwards 4-H club/ met Saturday at Irene Krause's, 18 members, the leader, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, and the assistant leader, Lorena Dreyer, present. Roll call was answered by signing membership cards for 1938. The project for 1938 Is second-year home furnishings. A program for the March P. T. A. meeting was planned. Mary Ann Bohn and Marjorie Johnson read helpful hints on courtesy. Officer's are: president Irene. Krause; vice, Ruth Dreyer; secretary,-Irene Bleckwenn; treasurer, Faith Finnestad; historian, Marjorie Johnson; reporter, Mary Ann Bohn. Farm Bureau Program Given— A Farm Bureau meeting In Independence township, Palo Alto county, was held at the Center schoolhouse Friday evening. Randall Hoffman, Palo Alto agent, showed two reels of moving pictures on winter sports and the culture and growth of cherry trees, and W. H. Townsend. secretary of the Emmetsburg Credit association, gave a talk. Games were then played. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. John Kerber, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Osk- vig Mr. and Mrs. August Christensen, and Mrs. G. V. Giften. Missionary's Mother Leaves— (Mrs. Henry Becker, who had spent two weeks here with relatives and friends, has returned to her home at Egan, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Kern took her to Fairmont to catch a train. Her daughter Gertrude, a missionary in India, visited here last year on a second furlough, returning to India last summer for her llth year as a missionary. After every five years she comes home for a year's vacation. The Beckers formerly lived on the William Fisher farm near FairviUe. Party for S. S. Classes- Mrs 1 . George Boettcher's and Mrs. Don Weisbrod's Sunday school classes had a party at the Boettcher borne Sunday afternoon. "Tricky Sticks" was the diversion. Attending: Mary Jane Eigler, Geneva Glaus, Helen Geronsin, Lillian Kramer, Ruth Mae Kyhl, Laura Boettcher, Irene Laatos, Frances Schutt, Dora Glaus, Marjorie Brown, Shirley Frank, Martha Sdhutt. Surprise for Mrs. Kraiisc— • Mrs. A. J. Krause was taken by surprise. Sunday . evening, when relatives came with baskets of food for lunch. The guests included Emil Dreyer, Charley City; Mr. and 'Mrs. Herman Dreyer, daughters Alvina and Ruth,. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, his children, the Everett Dreyers. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, all of Fenton; and the Alfred, Schmidt family, Lone Rock. agent here. Ilgleys to a Ney Home— Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley, who lived on a farm north of Emmetsburg last year, have moved to fairmont, where Mr. Higley has employment. Mrs, Higley and the daughter Diana Kay 'had spent two months with relatives here. FENTON NEWS Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod, son Milton, and daughter Ethel called Saturday on Mrs. Forrest Schlei, patient at a Mason City hospital. The Derwood Kerns were at the jarental Charles Blighton's, near Immetsburg, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Meuman, daughter Donna Jean, and Marjorie Lenlhan, all of Lakota, were at Albln Nelson's. Mrs. Meuman was Opal Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz en- ;ertained at 6 o'clock dinner and jridge Sunday evening. Mrs. Amos Pinnestad won high; William Jentz, consolation, Other guests were Mr.' Flnnestad, Mrs. William Jentz, daughter Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hanna, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Lee, of lurlew, spent Sunday at Maurice Wallace's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and Mr. and Mrs. .E. J. Frank were Sunday evening dinner guests at Le Roy Newel's, Hartley. Mrs. Carrie Haas, Algona, Pearl, Gail, and Earl Were supper ;uests at Herman Gade's. Fred Bailey, Marshall, Minn., called on hs father, Frank Bailey, Saturday. Fred was en route to Britt for his sister Frances, teacher there, who accompanied him to Cedar Rapids for the week-end at the brother William's. Fred returned to Fenton Sunday and visited here till Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Widddl entertained her "bridge club Saturday. Mrs. Chas. Newel won high; Mrs. Everett Dreyer,' consolation. Mrs. Peter Jensen, Seneca, and Mrs. Alvin Zumach played for absent members. Mrs. Katie Hantelman entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman, Seneca, daughter Mary Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, and Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland. Thirty-five young people attended a party Friday evening at Elmer Weisbrod's -honoring the son Bob's birthday anniversary. An out of town guest was John Weisbrod, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauertoy entertained at dinner Sunday the C. W. Sundermeyers, Welcome, Minn., Mrs. Ferdinand Schenndel, sons Julius and Emil. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wehrspann returned Friday from Rochester, where Mr. Wehrspann has a check-up in the Mayo clinic. He is much improved. John and Rome Torkelson, Chicago, came last week to see their mother, Mrs. Engel Torkelson, seriously sick in an Emmetsburg hospital. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Welcome, Minn., came Friday for several weeks with relatives. The Merle Davidsons, Algona, and Glenn Kluss Were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Kluss home. The Lester Johnsons, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B, Johnson. The Reinhold Laabs home was released from scarlet fever quarantine Friday. Phyllis Gibbons spent'the weekend at Burt with Mary Beth Coffin. LEDYARDERS ARE HURT IN FALLS ON ICE Ledyard, Feb. 16—Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson, fell on the ice Sunday, striking on her head. No serious injury seemed to have resulted and she went to school Monday as usual, but mid-morning she became unconscious, and was taken to Doctor Sommers at Elmore. She was still under the doctor's care when-this mention was written. Many others in this vicinity have suffered falls on ice lately, the most recent victim being Mrs. L. A. Nltz, who slipped on a platform at her home last week Thursday. Ligaments in one leg were torn and she suffered many bruises and scratches on her face and arms. She was able to get around Monday only with the aid of crutches. Bcece Sisters Go Homo— Mattte Recce left to return to her school duties at Mt. Pleasant, Utah, last week Monday. Last Sunday Lila Reecc and Adam Wilhelmi took Mrs. Dale Estle to Des Molnes, whence she took bus for her home at Long Beach, Calif. Both girls had been at home to at- tend the funeral of their brother, Claude Reece. Wedding Dates are Observed— Mr, and Mrs. Frank Rotterman j entertained ten couples at a party I at their home Friday evening in i honor of their eighth wedding anniversary. Five-hundred furnished; entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Win. i Knoner entertained a group of friends Sunday evening in honor, of their fourth wedding annivers- j ary. Former Pastor in Call— The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey, Lu Verne, son Bllwood, and daughter LaNelle were visiting Sunday evening at Clifton Engelby's, and helping Orville Engelby celebrate his seventh birthday. torn, Mrs. John Amesbury, Mrs. Paul Erdmann, Mrs. Lawrence Hanson, Mrs. Theron Hanson, Mrs. Milton Giddings, Donnadel Haynes, and Mrs. Kraua, with the Rev. Mr. Bottom, took part in a play, "Is- le'm," illustrating missionary work via pageantry. Hllberts 25 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hilbert quietly observed their silver wedding at their' home north of town Monday. Mrs. Hilbert is the former Maggie Arend, and the couple were married at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, February 14, 1914. They have five children: Myrtle, Florence, Milford, Esther Marie, and Dolores, all at home. Hip Injured In Fall- Mrs. Susan Lease fell on a slippery sidewalk In the back yard at her home Friday afternoon, and her right hip and both hands were injured. She has been bedfast since and was cared for early in the week, by her daughter, Edw. Studer, Corwith. Mrs. Brother of Doctor Adams Dies— Dr. F. L. Adams drove to a point in Illinois last week to attend the funeral of a brother. • Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin returned Thursday from Malta, 111., where they went last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Larson's aunt, Mrs. Ed Byro, 70. Arvin was sick after the return, but was able to return to school Monday morning. Edw. Hildman, manager of the Farmers' elevator, and some of the directors drove to Fort Dodge Monday to attend an all-day session for elevator managers sponsored by the Farmers Elevator Service Co., Ralston. Mrs. Lester Larson, with Mrs. H. A. Funnemark, assistant hostess, will entertain the Priscilla Phoehes at the former's home next week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Paulson will be lesson INSURANCE and SON Real Estate Bonds Phone 10B 's Worth In REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 1IEBBST »tato Bk. Phone 03 ma, Iowa WESLEY C, ML INITIATES 12 AVesley, Feb. 15—(More than 100 women turned out for initiation of 12 new members of the Catholic Daughters here Sunday afternoon. The local degree team, with Mrs. William Ward as Grand Regent, conducted initiation. The initiated are Mrs. Elaine Downs, Ethel Haverly, Mrs. Edna Koppen, Rita Rlch- ter, Helen Youngwirth, Evangeline Cruise, Mrs. Ann Arndorfer, Mra ] Carrie Ricke, Mrs. Sarah Raney, Zweifel. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Alice Hirner, Minnie Kut- Daughter and Son Born — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Larson, inder, are parents , of an Cyl- 8-lb. daughter, born Friday. Mrs. I/arson is the former Pearl Zweifel, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Household jltomobile Insurance. Sivypur policy for of- ip when insurance Street, Algona 475-W: Res., 475-H OUNTY MUTUAL ASSOCIATION rth of insurance in e company. Safe, se- Paxson, Secretary BEPAIKOG SHOE SHOP Sbined and paired. s pay top map* lee for bides. Kohlstedt, Ayrshire, have a.n> .8-.lb. son, born Monday, February 7, named Jerry Alleii. The Kohlstedts have another son, Roger, 4. Lesson on Soup-Making— The Farm. Bureau Woman's club held a follow-up meeting • at Mrs. Edw. Priebe's Friday. A lesson on making soup was given by Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. Others attending: Mrs. Arthur Baiusey, Mrs. L. L. Mueller, Mrs. Albert- Bleckwenn, Blanche Mayer. Child's Birthday Celebrated- Mrs. 4- A' Mueller entertained a group of little children Monday, 3 to 5, honoring her daughter Virginia Ruth's birthday, which was Sunday* Attending: Anna Rae and Marilyn Mae . Weisbrod, Juanita Straley, Benora Mitchell, Kay and Lynn Ruske, Lloyd Kramer. Children's Birthday Observed— Mr. and Mrs, Martin Jensen and Mabel Homan, Algona, Mr.' and Mrs. Lawrence Johanneson, Bancroft, and Lucile Struecker were at Jos. Madden's for 6 o'clock diu- schara, and Mrs. Madeline Bleich. The total membership is 'now 101, one of the largest in this district. Mrs. Cornelia Wassley, Mason City, state regent who was to have been present, was sick and unable to come, but the district deputy, Mrs. Alice Bough, Emmetsburg, and five other Emmetsburg Daughters were here. Lunch was served, Marion leader. Members of church 'will Wednesday at the Congregational this week meet Swan Nelson's for a prayer meeting at which the pas- O. M. Johnson, will C. V. Kerrins home, Mrs. Kerrins and the tor, the Rev. be leader. Rita Studer is employed at the caring for infant son born last week Wednesday morn- ng. The baby weighed 9% Ibs. Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson returned to their home at Thompson Sunday, following a visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. C. V. Kerrins since last mid-week. •Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cruise attended the funeral of Mrs. Har old Bockes, Algona, last week Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins spent the week-end at Mason City guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. Julius and Alma Funnemark were both sick and confined to their home northeast of town las week. Richard Lloyd was seriously sick at his home several days las week.. Mrs. Ralph Clark, and Al Buckel, Lakota, with Mr. and Mrs. H. Jensen, were Sunday visitors at the L. A. Nltz home. Alice Moulton and Gerald Warner went to Wilmar, Minn., Sunday to bring home Mrs. Moulton, who had spent a week with a sister there. William Lange returned Thursday from Hubbard, where he had been visiting, and is now at the home of his sister, Mrs. Max Nitz. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz, daughter Joyce, and Fred Munyer were Sunday guests at the Edw. Sanders -home near Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Engelby, of Frost, Minn., visited the Olof En- gelbys , last week Wednesday. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Nitz and Mrs., John Heetland were at Albert Lea last week Wednesday on a business mission. • Small Loans Up to $300 OS AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK 40PSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO *«xt to Upper Des Holneg offlciv •H»n«- I8S AUrona. Iowa News of Legion Auxiliary— Mrs. R. B. Hopkins entertained the Legion Auxiliary at a monthly sewing and radio party last week Wednesday. Attending: Mesdames H. H. and Hailvor Flom Jr., Geo. Aldrich, Kate Kennedy, Anthony Johnson, Frank Kouba Jr., Edward Studer, and I. A. Gerdes. A March party will be held at the Bauer home on the second Wednesday. Mrs. George Ward served as hostess to the Auxiliary in Its rooms Tuesday night, and the next meeting will be held February 22, with Mrs. Aldrich as hostess. P. T, A. Meeting Announced— The February meeting of the Parent-Teacher association will be held next Monday night, with that/ with tke Aleut STANDARD RED CROWN! ner Sunday, honoring Joan and Supt. Hoon, Titonka, as 'principal Lavonne Madden's birthday anniversaries. speaker. Musical numbers will be . furnished by high school talent.' The P. T. A. had a membership of 69 at the January meeting, butj was expectng to add more. The committee in charge of refresh-' Get some of this Gasoline today from your STANDARD OIL DEALER Sergleul Operations for Two- Rose Weisbrod had a sinus operation at an Algona hospital Saturday. She came home Tues-1 ments Monday night will be Mes- day. Herman Riggert had a ser- dames 13. M. Olson, August Carious operation at the McCreery man| Simon Hirner, George Hir- hospital, Whittemore, Saturday._He' ner, 0. W. Gosltn, Albert and Vinis a brother-in-law of Leudtke. Mrs. Ben Daughter for ttie Holldoris— Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf cent Kleinpeter. Group Attends Algona Bally— A group of Foreign-Missionary | society women attended a Sunday i became parents of an 8-lb. daugh- school rally at the Methodlgt ter Saturday at the General hos- church, Algona, Sunday under pltal, Algona. There are now leadership of District Supt. W. G, three boys and lour girls in the , Muhleman. Some of the Wesley family. Mr. Holldorf Js depot, women, Jncluclins Mrs. Arthur $pt- DUTCH'S Super-Service Specialized Lubrication, Crankcase Flushingr, Motorola Car Badios, Goodyear Batteries, Greasing and Washing, Standard Oil and Gas, Service, , THANK YOU! for the wonderful response to our Grand Opening! 1 The Attendance Far Exceeded Our Expectations, and it is hard for us to express our Appreciation to you in word . , . but we can say "COME AGAIN". Attend Shower at Ln Verne— I iMr. and Mrs. George Thompson went to Lu Verne Monday to visit relatives, and in the evening Mrs. Thompson attended a miscellaneous shower in honor of her cousin, Phyllis Llchty. | HJlfertys Hosts at Party— I Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Htlforty entertained 20 friends Sunday evening at BOO and other games. Mrs. William Garry won high score at 500. i Attend Shower at Bancroft— ' Mrs. J. McDonald, Mrs. J. Sullivan, and Mrs. William Flynn attended a shower for Cornelia Kolasch at St. John's hall, Bancroft, Sunday. j Vo Sponk at F. B. Meeting— ' George Hagge and August Klnlk- iek spoke at a Farm Bureau meeting ^at Charles Gutknecht's, iakota, last week Thursday even- ng. | Other Ledyard TSvvit. ' Edw. Telcamp, Morris, Minn., nd his eon Francis, with Dick Telcamp, Montevideo, Minn., came ast week Thursday to visit the Jacob Telcamps, and the same day he four men drove to Hamilton county to call on other relatives. The visiting Telcamps went home aturday. Ella Blome, Lakota, and Mrs. August Klinksiek went out to the arm to help their 'brother, J. Blome, part of last week. Mrs. Blome has been visiting a brother n Texas during the lost month. Mr-, and Mrs. Cflllfton Engelby islted last week Wednesday at Otto Richter's, near Elmore. Mrs. Richter, Who is Mrs. Engelby's sis- ,er, has been seriously sick with an ear infection. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz, daugh- ;er Delorls, Mrs. Dettman, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Florin Sanders, and .he Sanders daughter Eleanor called at the Paul Nitz home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ewing, Jetties, Minn., daughter Delo-ris, and son Warren called at Harriett Matzener's last week Thursday, while on their way to Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, •} Mrs. D. B. Mayer, and the latter's daughters were guests Sunday of the Rev. and Mrs. R. V. Hotoh- kiss, near Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz, Mr. and RUGS and CARPETS We do not have space here to tell you all about our new Spring Rug and Carpet Line. But our Kansas City Salesman tells us it is one of the Largest Showings in North Iowa. Sixty new patterns in 9x12 size dozens of additional numbers to choose from with actually in the 27x54 size. If You Are Thinking of Rugs or Carpeting for Spring, We Invite You to See This Line Now New Furniture For Spring Our Moors are fast being filled again with new Spring Merchandise New Studio Couches - A New Bed Line New Living Room Suites All Unpacked Spend Where You Can Save! — In Algona's Newest Store! Richardson's Furniture Company "New Location West of Court House PAINT PRICES CUT Standard Eggshell Finish Reg. 2 Qts. $1.18 t« Q A 2 QUARTS »J|2£afi Standard Floor Paint Reg. 2 Qts. $1.30 2 QUARTS Sanitary. Kalsomine 3 5-Pound C<flOO Packages.... .?J|2£H Lunch Tot Wagon »«*.*.« $100 Trouble Lamp .Buck Saw Hunter's Axe Value Reg. $1.20 frlUU Reg. $1.19 REDHEAD Safety Flashlight Complete with btileries. Focusing beum with red side flares. Regular $1.13 Electric Toaster Fully Guaranteed. Underwriters approved. $1.25 Value .*. Electric Iron Element guaranteed for 1 year. Without cord. $1.25 Value Electric Blot Plate Useful in any home. Underwriters approved. $1.25 Value 12 Qt. Dairy Palls Reg. 3 For $1.17 Tiger Spark Plugs Your Old Battery Is Worth $1.00 When Traded For Any Gamble Automobile Battery 39 PLATE TIGER CUB BATTERY A full size battery for Ford, Chov., Plym., and Other Popular Cars. Fully guaranteed f or 6 months on a service basis. Eich. Price Large Tire Pump Reg. $1.19 Large Hand Drill $1.26 Value All Batteries Installed FREE 100% Pure Pennsylvania Oil A lubricating oil of the highest quality. Refined from the famous Bradford Crude — the finest crude oil available. Gives perfect lubrication under any and all conditions. Re Short Globe Lantern Triangle Radiator Grille Guard A $1.29. Special & GaL.. Including Can and Fed. Tax BIG VALUES Prices slashed for this bale only on G & S quality Inner tubes. Big savings ct these low prices. GLOVES 6 Oz, Canvas 12 $1.86 Value Double Quilted Gloves Strap Type Pull-Out Chains 4.00to4.75.»1.40Val. 4.50,4.75x20 ....... L10 4.75, K.OO. 6.26H9. . Sato Prk* Each 6.00 to 6.W, $1.40 Val. :*a. ^,'\taiJiJ:^st,ii£'

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