Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE POUR COUNTY WOMEN MEET TUESDAY FORSESSUNS Federated Clubs are Entertained at a Local Church. their Kate tune song, more club is t Mrs sele KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA song, composed by Mrs. Ann! 3, a charter mcri:l>or. The mt A. of the low* corn E. Michel gave two ctions, Put on I'r.ur N T lght' Old i he Gray "Bonhet and Last Nightingafc Woke 'Me. Club presidents were called upon to relate humorous incidents experienced in club work. ! It was decided to hold the next ; mooting at Fonton in May, with arid Swea City clubs as- "KosRiitli i.s the first county In , the eighth; district, and second in j the state, to have n state eonten- 'nial meetiri.ff and Is the only coun- 'ty to liavtf a ilcflnitr.lv ovpani/ed „ „ , , , : pros-ram in cooperation with (he My Kiichel JJt'clicr. state for the rciebration." Mrs. The Kossuth county Women's Lennox said. .The in.'in theme for federated clubs met Tuesday at countv fodhratinn mee-tiuc through the Presbyterian I'lnirch, Ah;omi. out the state is flub Women 'in M with M5 women in attendance. All clubs In tho county wore represented except Wesley. Mrs. II. 10. Woodward, Whitt-?more, county president, presided and the club hostesses wore (.Ye.sco, Four Oon,- ers, TJninn, and Plum (.'reek. The morning was dovuU'd f-i business and club reports, and at 12:!iO luncheon was served by the Presbyterian Aid. Sweet pon bouquets centered the tables, and there were gum drop favors in the form of ''lowers. Mrs. A. K. Michel, Algona. op-, ened the afternoon program with two favorite songs, When You and I Were Young Maggie, and Love's Old Sweet Song. Then a large group of women gave a dress parade in old-fashioned costumes. Mrs. David Lennox. M.irshall- town, state second vice-president, gave an address 0:1 Tho Accomplishments of Club Women. Sho said that if the million of club women in the U. S. would band together Peace cauld be had. Following th,« address, the l"n- ion Mothers & Daughters c!ub was honored as oldest rural club in Iowa. Thirty member:: of the Club wore present, and the'.' sang Years, she Iowa's First ncnnced. Result" in a nonce essay cpulcpt sponsored by the federal ion were i announced. Alice Budlong. of Ti- tonkn. won first: Richard Hi-ink. I.u Verne, second: Ada Uhr, Swea! f'ity. third. j A dir-.nlay rf antiques brought j by various club women addnd i much to the day's There was a tea «e days: a twenty dollar fonfeder- ale bill. Sfi years old: daguerreotype pictures made by I,. J. M. 'PagueiTP himself: 100 year old brie-a-brae: n pair of child's shop'; from Kngland: five dolls nlavpd will! by "some little girl" in ISC."; lamps and lanterns used in IS;!-!; a copner "bed-wanner", similar to |he long-handled popcorn poppers of today. Other exhibits were <in inlaid table more than 100 years old: a v.-'niiy ca«o inn yoni-p old: an 1SOO Hr. and .Mrs. H. M. Olson were at Ruthven Sunday, guests of Mrs. Olson's parents, Mr. nild Mrs. P. J. Johnson. Tom Franhl, son of Mrs. Ann Frnnkl. (,'hrischilles clerk, spent from Saturday till Tuesday at Waverly with friends. Annabel! Semon. who had been employed in County Treasurer M. J. Duffy's office two months, has returned to her home at Whittemore. . V. Pierce, deputy game warden here, was at Denison, Saturday. Mrs. Pierce accompanied him part way, stopping at Ottawa brief visit. Pauline March. Mason City, spent thc -week-end here with her nother. Mrs. L. C. Hanson. She is 'inployed in a test room of the Swift plant there. The Herf Heals and Dick Sorcn- sens were Sunday dinner guests of the Robert Simonspns, Graettinger. Mrs. Deal, Mrs. Sorensen, and Mrs. Simonsen are sisters. entertainment.! Mr ' an(I 3lrs - M - w - .lacobson ,t O f civil War ; ' n ' ;l ' Sunday at Hows with Mr. parents respectively of Mr. and Mrs. Beamish. The local iMr. Beamish travels for the Hoxie fruit company. Mary Glscli and Kathryn Antonie, teachers at Pioneer In Humboldt county, spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Giseh, farmers north of town. Miss Antonie is a former teacher at the local academy. Dnhlhnnspr, GOOD BUSINESS IN PROSPECT, BLOOM LEARNS ATMEETING Joe Bloom, owner of the local Coasl-to-Coast store, relumed Osteopaths Gather at Osage, Hear Two Talks on Diseases The Iowa society of osteopat.hfc physicians and surgeons held a fourth district convention at Osago last week Thursday oven- and Kosfiiith osteopaths at- ing, II. oat -- > • Bend, is now office pirl in the I Saturday from Minneapolis, wheio lontling woro DrB . g. W . Meyer and corn hoc office above Misbach's. | h ? attended the annual convention , Dl , w D Andrews, She is a sister of Josephine Dnhl- of tll& Coast-to-( oiwt organization, haiiscr, who is employed a t the The convention this year, he re- a , nv . n K T i n i,n«nn Behlmcr Algonquin o aulson, Wesley , B K. liahnson Alpona; R employed a t the The convention this year, he re- 1 ' J ^ a , nv . n K T i n i,n uin, and of Paul Ports, was educational. The group aulson, Wesley , B K. liahn ' niet with reresentatives of many "» rl ' ' lna u- A. btoiej, ju Dahlhauser, employed at Norton's Machine Shop. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser. Mr. and Mrs. Klmcr Peterson, wes can farmers near Titonka, and their, founded for daughter Maxine were Sunday din- business ner guests of Mrs. Peterson's mother, Mrs. Jennie Breen. Mrs. Breen recently moved here from Titonka. Her daughter Stella Mae has for some years been the stenographer for J. L. Bonar. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell attended thc funeral of Mrs. Will- met with representatives of many • , , of tho leading manufacturers, who A slx ° clock banquet was serv- share confidence that tho north-| p(1 nt tho 0sa B° llotcl - Thc feat "'' e look forward "• i " 1 "'""- of tllc evening program was two optimism to tho north- with well- increased volume. Among the outstanding features of the convention were special displays of merchandise such as refrigerators, washing machines, oil heaters, (Ires, sporting goods, and auto supplies. Particularly interesting was a new and complete showing of hardware and kitchenware. Arthur C. Molamed, presi- tottls MfiWhoflcr got homo 1 Tuesday from Chicago, where he marketed two carloads of cattle. ; •UAIHfa of tlw evening program addresses, Acute Abdomen and Pi-astatic 'Diseases, by Karl Laughlin, of the ostcopathic college at Kirksvllle, Mo., the largest professional school of its kind in the world. •» Whittemore Girl is Bode Youth's iam Miller, Lu Verne. Sunday. Mr. j dent of tho Coasl-to-Coast Stores] Whlttemorc. Geigel knew thc Millers as far [ central organization, reported a i daughter of Mr. vanity ca«o Kill yenrs old: an ISOOi - "^ ' TIVI luimi; edition of . the ' "Pennsyl'vania-Ul-1 s|1cnt Sunday at Dr. ster County Gazette; New York' k , le ' s - Mrs - Y """B ai newspapers printed" in ISfio: (l j L'orkle are sisters, a "moustache" cup and saucer; an '"" I". S. man made by hand in 1835; and, last but not least, one of C. R. Mfitson's .shoes, worn by him in IS5!)—the other one must be lost! Jacobson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. ; J. C. Jacobson. Mr. Jacobson is | the jeweler at liorchardt's. 1 Gwendolyn Deal, freshman at the State Teachers college, will come Friday for an end-of-tcrm holiday till Tuesday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal. Local salesmen for the Klassie Motor Co. who attended a dealers' 'meeting at Mason City Wednesday j were J. W. Little. George and G. |C. Stewart, and Bert Kldin. The Victor Youngs. Mason City, H. L. McCoi-- and Mrs. Mc, and Mr. Young works for the Standard Oil Co. i ! Mr. and Mrs. Quellon Sager,; : farmers near Blue Earth, and ' their son Melvin spent Sunday: i with the C. C. Wrights. Mrs. Sa- : igpr is a sister-in-law of Mrs. j Wright. , : ! Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster went I to Ankeney Sunday for the day I with Dr. and Mrs. Jesse Foster,; i who recently moved there from, j South Dakota. W. A. and the doc- 1 back as 50 years ago, when he yas their neighbor on a farm near Lu Verne. i Arleiio Sonet-holm, Crystal Lake, -spent the Mrs. H. Sleiner, Red Oak, also was at Anderson's ;:s guest. Mr. Steiner formerly clerked at Gamble's here, but now is clerking in a Red Oak Gamble -store. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling, with their three daughters, spent Sunday at Webster City, guests of Mrs. Sterling's mother, Mrs. Samuel Bateman. Tho occasion was Mrs. Bateman's Tilth birthday. There were IS in attendance to help her celebrate. successful year for the organixa- Gengler, and Mar. 2—Emma, and Mrs. Mike Thilgcs, Bode, (ion, and outlined plans for an ex- were married Tuesday at St. Mich- tensive " an program. An operating clinic was conduct- week-end at her sister led by Maurice L. Melamed, secre- C. Anderson's. Henry Itary and treasurer of the central organization. In this clinic Mr. Melamed presented facts and figures showing how gross profits in a business are earned and what becomes of them through thc various items of business expense. . T! :<- Trinity l,u« --- church 1 will be the scone of a wedding Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, when widower with two. try to break up the til each set thinks cuts is in financial The chlldr-Mi marriage units own par-Jen Is. straits, then they try to make things right. Tho parents discover the plotting and Inel's Catholic church here by the Rev. Father William Veil. Attendants were TOliwi-both Mergon, cousin of the bride, and Lawrence Til- ges, brother of (ho bridegroom. The bride was attired In n gray tailored suit, with blue accoss-tr- ip L -, and she carried yellow roses. The bridesmaid wore, a tailored navy blue suit, with blue accessories, and carried yellow daffodils. A wedding dinner was served nt the home of the bride's par- The couple will faira near West Bend. eventually bring about a ending to the story. Piano by Teacher Kach, a guitar vocal selecetion by Harold ! del and ish skit Rolland Gordon Lonz, and a Jewby Norman Hesse and Lcnx were given between I'ormils to wed In Uei worn LOST—YKLLO Sabin. COLLIl-:.—.lohn 5l ' lM FOR SALK—KI.\DLI.\-G. Wollemiorf. phono 5S!i. YOUR WATCH — NEGLECT IS costly. Let us inspect frequently. \VM can add to its life efficiency.—A. H. IJorchardt. (2)2-1 ! Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Evans, with i'a. son. were at Lynn Grove. Sun;day, guests of Mr. Evan's parents, iMr. and Mrs. Edward Evans. Tho local Mr. Evans is employed at Ihe Maxwell garage. , Mrs. Chris I,arsen. sons Henry and Peter, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lund, all of Albert Lea, spent FOR SALE-ONE SPAN MULKs" —C!-. W. Patterson, Burt, la. 10u2:>-24 FOR SALE--ALFALFA hay.—U. 11, I'c-t,,,-, Lolle B.M.ED Rook. S])21 WA.\TED--MARRrED MAN TO work on farm, no children.— Inquire Advance. I!n21 FOR S.\I^riALP~ er hay. Lowest Whorler, Biirt. TRADE , extra i os.—Ray Me- llj,2:;-21 FOR OI'T- :ood guitar. Ilp2-l FOR SALE CHEAP—OM-Ts^ard capacity gravel box.—Phone 125, Kruse-lilossoni, Algona. la. Kiuil' WANTED TO board motor — 'C^all Advanc ACCIDENTS—WE CA.. _ prevent the damage, but we can make the neees.sary repairs. Fenders, hotly donts smoothed perfectly.—Kossuth Motor Co. 22(2)2-4 FOR SALE—FOrR-RXm~Mc7'OR- mick-Deering tractor planter to mount „„ FL'O ,„• F:;ii tractor; two years old. (.-;,si, nr lrn ,jo t\>,- loam or cows.-Stuart Uuttcrfi'i-1 S'V(--i City. MEDH'M CLOVER. -$S.-!0, Alfalfa -?10.SO pc- bushel; ' also 'many .other lots. Postal card us for catalog and samples before ordering 'elsewhere. — Hall Roberts' Son, Town. 2G (2)23-20 Mrs. Duffy, Mrs. Lund, Henry and Peter are children of Mrs. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Beam- the. the Alfred Meyer, Whittemoro, Leonn Louise Dreyer, Lone Rock, will be married. The Rev. P. J. P.raner. p.'i.-tor, will perform the ceremony. The public is invited. Family ( Staged at Lu Verne! Lu Verne, Mar. 2—A capacity! house greeted the young people of the Lutheran church when they u-eseiited thc modern comedy, the Ready Made Family, at the' high school gymnasium Monday evening. The play was directed by the i p n p a\ T n r-nnr,, Rev. L. \Vittenburg, pastor, and | _,,°^ n ^ U '—° OOD YO ' TXG the characters were Lucille Behn- " kendorf, Norman Behnkcndorf. Elizabeth and Helen Ramns, Harold Ristau, Elsie Reddcl, Viva Ristau, Rolland and Gordon Lenx. Tho story portray- happy music and a Lawrence Laidley Gets Rockwell Job to: Walter G. Klocke, Freda K. Schwartz, both of Lakota; Emil Thilgcs, Rode. Emma. Cengler, Whittemoro; Charles D. Harrington, Doris L. Landsmith, both of Anoka, Minn.; Walter Wedel, Lucille Vogel, both of mont. Whittemoro, Mar. 2—Lawrence T.-'idlev. who lias been assistant btitterinalter hero two years, has accepted a position ns hutlc.i-inak- er and manager for t!ui Roelnvoll crerr.ncry and will take charge j I here March 10. Carl Ande-son, jssuedj Magnolia, will suoe.rt.1 him hrri- a^f 1 * g\f\ $5.00 And know that what you ask fo known names on the better thin-s safest guide to greater values. . 15p2-l-25 SEVERAL SPLENlTlD VALUES just ca,t of Weslev. I w detail.s.-L. C. Stuart Cle- 1 FOR SALE—ONE RED TRUCK, 8 tires, extra heavy frame, one B. team.—Herman Becker, Irvington. FOR SALE — Dl-ROC JERSEY brood sows, April farrow; cholera immune. — Carl E. Hahling, Burt ; 13p24 FARMS FOR SALE—IF you want to sell a farm Advance readers will be interested. Use a for-sale ad. tf i AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE- oluction a.-, supervisor of the 3rd district on the democratic ticket at the June primaries. Your sup- por^and vote will be appreciated. < —Wm. CosL'rove. 2f)(2)21-°.l FOR SALE - USED BICYCLES, | good used electric washing ma; chine, 5 good used farm radios, volt. S5 each; good used ice b'<; JO g-ood used tires, 50c and up;good used G-volt charger. — Joe 1 ; Bloom. " S-lu 9 -! I CHICK PRICES REDUCED $1 j$fi.!tO; standard heavy breeds and [Mmorcas, $7.00. Orders now booked will be protected. Phono or mail for ijuality chicks! — Swea Mty Hatchery, Swea City, phone °i :)5(2)33 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE quick, easy, inexpensive find the buyers—Advance ft ds. tfj QUICK LUNCH. SANDWICHES,! pie, coffee, milk, hot chocolate.'' Try (i |jo-,vl of our vegetable soup. , It's fine. 17(2)2-1 WE GUARANTEE THAT tho babT'' chicks you buy from us are strong, sturdy, and healthy. Order now.--Swift & Co. " 04 FOR SALE — KALAMAZOO C1R- culating heater, in Al condition, $25.—Write 520 .street, Algona. North Minnesota 15p2-l FOR SALE—PAIR OF 6:25-1C tires, practically new, $7.00 for both.—Hammer's Texaco Service Station, St. Joe. ig p o T AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE nomination on the democrat! ticket for first district supervise !ln(I will be grateful for the sup - THEIlwt of all democrats in the dis way to! tnct in the June primaries.—J. II for-sale jFroser, Riverdale township. 35(2)23-2i I AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE election as supervisor in the 2nd district on the democratic ticket a he June primaries. Your suppor and vote will be appreciated. — W K. McDonald. 29u22-2 FOR SALE—TEAM GELDINGS coming 3; gelding and mare coming 4; also some registered Porcheron mares, one good 4- wheel trailer. — v. J. Gross, one Rock. 29p23-2 *Slwwn in Esquire, and The Saturday . . . mile north, 2 east Lone M)R SALE-ONE SIZE 14 Australian seal fur swagger coa —exceptional value, $59.00—Chris «mlle3 Store, FOR SALE—ONE 1932 DUA' -wheel Chevrolet truck wit brand new box. Terms if desired —Phone 55, or see Western Cred Company. 22ul8t HAVE IN STOCK MANIL, folders of the sort used by pro fesslonal and business men fo filing letters, bills, and other na pers.—Advance. FOR SALE—F20 FARMALL, firs class shape; now at Herb Balge man farm, four miles east of Wes Bend.—Pedelty Imp. Co., Maso <Sty, Iowa. 22p: MODERNIZE-—COULD TWO OR •more rooms in your home b combined to give more space am convenience. — H. R. Sons. Cowan 24(2)24 FREE FLOWING ENARCO PENN oil.—Also light winter grade of •grease for transmission and differential. Won't "channel."—Vic's 'Service Station. 29(2)24 K>R SALE OR TRADE — 14 threshers, 30 Farmalls, rubber, almost new; new Huber tractors and separators; Moun.tee corn i.—Pedelty Imp. Co., Ma- City, Iowa. 24p24 J THE CROWELL PUBLISHING Co. will employ two single men with cars as rural representatives Must be free to travel; $3.00 pei day while training plus commission and bonus.—See G. Dresselhaus, 720 S. Minnesota St., even- mgs after 8. I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for thq republican nomination for supervisor of the second district, Algona, Union, and Plum Creek townships, subject to the will of the voters at the June primaries.—Claude A. Samson. 35u24-25 WANTED—MEN WITH CAR TO take over established business in Kossuth couijty, and sell the good old Ward line of household and farm necessities. Experience and capital unnecessary. Excellent profits, steady income. Write for details stating age and occupation.—Dr. Ward's Medical Co Winona, Minn, gl-24 HOW SINCLAIR LEWIS enjoys his reading—Sinclair Lewis be lieves that ther<i> is no merit in reading just in ).teelf. The only authentic reason, for reading that it is fun. That is, provided you read exactly what you like be cause you really like it and never because you think you ought to ike it and will get credit for it. n the Reader's pigest you'll find xactly the kind of articles that ou like. Each one skilfully con- eoised so that It Is short, meaty nd interesting. !l recommend It highly.—The Editor. R & G means RENEWED and GUARANTEED. When you buy one of our used cars bearing the R & G label— exclusive with FORD DEALERS— you know thot car has been RENEWED, put into top-notch condition, inside and out, to meet factory specifications. We offer it with a Money-Back GUARANTEE in writing. There's no guesswork involved if you buy an R & G Used Car. Come in and select. Ford Fordor Se <^n milea S e - at a big saving. car, at a sacrifice price Tr!,~i 193 ? ° rey Ford Tudor Jumk, radl0) heateri complete]y recondltloned 1—1936 Black Ford Tudor Professional man's car low mileage and a real value tor the money ^ 1—1935 Black Ford Tudor Completely reconditioned inside and out A real money-saver. 1—1935 Black Ford Coupe radio and heater, priced right buy. - —- —^ money, Chevrolet Sedan Save plenty. 1—1929 Chevrolet Good tires, new paint, runs fine 3 TRUCKS 1—1933 Chevrolet I —1934 Dodge and one 1935 Ford Truck All L. W. B. duals. H. D. equipped. Many other models to choose from. Motor Company Algona — Iowa Are Built For Action! These Are The CLOTHES Your Son Needs Now 'H Like This Easy Way To I His Spring Wardrobe • -\ m -„ i--~v,^, according to his-, you can build an7ntirp U ^= 0 , A /! Jackie Jui »per apparel is made tt{ as you desire. Besides this?d«l£ ble1around °ne garment, adding m»! JS??i J !" npep garme »ts are end" 'S V f "^ 6 In buyin ^ y° u wil1 ^ and fabrics that really Wear £,?? b £ the ent »'e *amil£ Mother w ^ . . . nd there's no doubt that'son Stl, h t artllyr approves the sensible g to be well-dressed too, but IS / S .? lothin & th ^ is comfortable (adjl 111 ° ur ^nguage! Checks, pSs herS'h^ AU ° f which s P ells 3 «** • V Mail or T«L, I bon e and solid colors. or Telyhow Orders Filled Promptly COATS JACKET _.__[] JUMPER ._ $3.95 SLACKS CAPS to match _.

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