Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1938
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!JMt 10, 193S. KOSSUTH COUNT If ADVANCE], ALOONA. IOWA PAGE THRKt Many Changes Are Made in Lone Rock Area FARMERS MOVE AWAY, OTHERS TAKE PLAGES Algonians to Entertain Champion West Bend Girls Relative of Whittemore People Hurt in Accident should come at oncn. Mrs. Wehr- spann and son-in-law and daughter l«ft Sunday immediately. Tho last report was that he was suffering from pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Pettlt returned home Monday, , i 21 emit POft IALI §Y ISBY'S DRUG STORE Lone Rock, Mar. 8—Movlpg last week were the Neil Helmers, to a farm near Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus, to the farm the Holmers had, was recently purchased by H. J. Rice; the Frederick Raths, to the Clarence Ackerson farm; the Ackersons, to a place east of Bancroft; Mrs. Martha Rath, son Lawrence, to her farm, formerly occupied by the Raths; the Emll Krafts, to the Rath house in town; the Melvin Hawks family, to the house vacated by the Krafts; the Frank FlaigSf to their own house; Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, to the S. M. Gladstone farm; the George Schneiders, to a farm near Woolstock; Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough,,,to a place near Humboldt; the James Longs, to the house vacated by the Newbroughs; the Ralph Hurlburts, to the larm vacated by the Longs; the Walter Faulstlches, to a place east of Burt; the Behrends Bros., Seneca, to the farm vacated by the Faul- stichos; the Merle Culbcrtsons, to the tenant house at Henry Qchroe- der's; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radlg, to the farm the L. B. Hollisters left, now owned by Alex Radig; the Fred Swans, to a farm near Estherville; the Earl Wallaces, to the farm vacated by the Swans; the S. M. Orvicks, to a place near Ledyard; the F. A. Deckers, to the farm the Orvicks occupied. School Grades Given Out— •The following grade school pupils received an average of 90 per cent or more in regular subjects in the last six weeks: Eighth grade —Jean Arends, Maxine Flaig, Dorothy Hobson, Charlene Rath; seventh—Virginia Frye, Catherine Householder; sixth—Luella Ackerman, Jean Bates, Phyllis Seege- barth, Betty Ann Sharp, Robert Marlow; fifth—Helen Jensen, Caroline Rath; fourth — Doris Gross, June Hanna, Ruth Kraft, Kenneth Householder, Doris Marlow; third —Ersel Bierle, Catherine Flaig, Phyllis Hawks, Dorothy Lewis, Joyce Marlow, Frederick Rath; second—Shirley Culbertson, Kenneth Flaigi Phyllis Gifford, Beverly Lewis; first — Helen Sprank, West Bend, Mar. 9—The state champion basketball girls, of West Bend, were treated to a rousing demonstration at the high school Monday morning. The band played and speeches were made and through it all the girls in the team are still unable to realize they are state champions. The girls have been invited to dinners at Phil DorWeiler's, in Fort Dodge, at V. H. Reid's at Palmer, and at H. W. Miller's, in 'Algona. Mrs. Miller is a former teacher here. The others are all former residents. There are 12 girls in the squad. Infant's Sight Is Affected— The four-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fisher, in Garfield township, is in serious condition with eye trouble. The Fishers consulted local doctors and later a specialist at Fort Dodge, who sent them to Rochester, at once. The doctors there say the trouble is pressure back of the eyes. 'nstor Is Taken 111— The Rev. H. J. Noeding Is suffering with sinus trouble. He conducted services Sunday in the Presbyterian church, where he is pastor, and became ill later in the day and was suffering much pain. Kentncklan In Visit-— . Robert Daubendiek, of Louisville, Ky., came Monday for a few days with relatives and friends. He is employed by an electrical concern in that city. Doan F. Schroeders, the Roy Chrischil- jles family, Mrs. Martha Chrlschil- les, Fenton, Elva Ewoldt, and Jessie Smith, Algona. Party Honors ICth Birthday- Mrs. D. W. Fernau entertained Friday evening in honor of Georgetta Bannick's 16th birthday. Attending: Jean Arends, Lucille Genrich, Dorothy and Marian Jensen, Vuanita Wegener, Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig, Ruby Kueck, Lorabelle Householder, Viola Sprank, Virginia Frye, Catherine Householder, Doris Blanchard, and Bernice Pompe. Basketball Boys are Feted— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained the first team basketball boys at dinner last week Wednesday evening in honor of the son Bernard's 16th birthday. Attending: Jesse Blanchard, Eugene Angus, Jack Marlow, Vernon Hollister, Merton Larson, Bernard Genrich, and" the driver, Ronald Christenson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres entertained at three tables of 500 Friday evening. The travel prize went to H. C. Nelson; high for women, to Mrs. Nelson; and Mrs. Amos Angle was low. High for men was A. J. Martinek, and low was Mrs. W. J. Martinek. Mrs. Bryan Asa is sick with shingles, and a Miss Kunkel, St. Benedict, is doing the housework. The Guy Dimonds spent Sunday afternoon with their daughter, Mrs. Howard Sparks. Whittemore, Mar. 9—Carl Buth, nojtheast of Northwood, suffered painful burns about the face recently when sewer gas exploded while he and two other men were cleaning out a septic tank at a German Lutheran church near Myrtle, Minn. The tank had three chambers, and when a match was struck for light to examine them gas that had accumulated therein exploded. Mr. Buth, being at the opening suffered the full force of the explosion. His face had to be completely covered with bandages, with only slits for his eyes, mouth, and nose. Tarty Celebrates Birthday- William Meyer Jr. and his sister Selma entertained young folks at their hom« Sunday evening in honor of William's birthday, which was Monday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Lawrence Meyer, Wilbur and Maynard Roeber, Ellsworth Heidenwith, Harold Voigt, Lawrence Gade, Herman and Harold Belmka, William Ostwald, Junior Baas, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, St. Joe, August Vaudt Jr., Alvera Behnke, Alice Dau, Verda Meyer, Ruth Vaudt, Evelyn Voigt, Myrtle Bar- ber, June Wehrspann, Lida and Esther Potratz. Five hundred was i played at six tables. Wilbur Roeber and Ruth Vaudt won high, and Leonard Meyer and Verda Meyer were low. Lawrence won travel. 1'nrty at Maalis Home— Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs entertained last week Thursday evening. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, the Henry Laucks, the George Schultzes and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Lotts Creek, son Duane. Twin Girls for Ionizes— Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lentz, Rodman, last week Tuesday. There is one other child. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Berninghausen the same day, the first child for that couple. « It. I). Wehrspann Low. Fenton, Mar. 9 — Mrs. R. D. Wehrspann received a call from the Mayo hospital, Rochester, Minn., Sunday evening stating that Mr. Wehrspann's- condition was not. improved, and that tho family FRESH >£S FOR SPRING DAYS Collect all your old, spotted, soiled clothes and send them to the Modern for rejuvenation. Remember, we are equipped to do all kinds of repairing and relining, also alteration work. Free moth proofing on woolen garments cleaned and pressed here.' Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 256 We Deliver Super Service Phone 33 Joan Flaig, Erwln Quinn. Frye, Agnes Wads-worth Sister-in-Law Dies— The Harris and James Wads- worths were Saturday supper L. B. week Farewell for the Hollistors- A farewell party for the Hollisters was given last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hollister and Mrs. Fred Wegener drove to Kanawha Monday. Mr. Hollister is now operating a Texaco and produce station there. The women returned. guests gona at Martin Jensen's, James Wadswonth left Alfor p r ?'tf W •iflll^iiill^^ - [•«*!UiMlIjr 80] IE ORIGINAL Eureka, 111., Saturday to attend the funeral of his sister-in-law, | Mrs. George Wadsworth, Monday. rs. James Wadsworth spent last eek Wednesday with her sister, rs. E. E. Paine, Burt. Both fam- 5c cigar that Is uended for lire smokers, se the nico. |jw far as pos- .8 been remaking it mild, but |i*i(itl8fylng smoke. *$?«*» ; enjoy smokers a mild are also en- isticaliy in fa- the Nickless. |» box and no- the difference, dealer can get r i) ! i n " ! ''• fc* 0 "' fflfet- BABY IUCKS sii ^v**JTm^ TO >rtise |S . itching something or ippse of gome ppuljtry Jine, ime to adver^ Ralph Thompson Has Birthday- Mrs. Ralph Thompson entertained at Sunday dinner and supper in honor of Mr. Thompson's birthday. Attending: Mrs. Lillie Thompson, daughter Neva, Leona Schulz, Margaret Schloeman, Walter Thompson, sons Charles and Warren. William Cameron Recovering— William Cameron, former Lone Rocker who had been a pneumonia patient at an Austin, Minn., hos- Irs. R. F. Hawcott ,who is sick ith the "flu" at her Good Hope ome. urprise for Mrs. Ewoldt— A birthday surprise party was iven for Mrs. Karl Ewoldt Sun- ay evening. Attending: the •lenry Schroeders, the I. W. Nelons, Mrs. William Bierstedt, her ons, the Carl Wieners, Mrs. Tile Hanna, daughter Myrtle, the F. low on him Monday. Appendix Patient Home Again — Lillian Angus, who recently had an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital, is now at the parental K. T. Angus home. First Chicks Off Hatch— The Cotton Chick Hatchery has hatched the first chicks this season. Paint costs money, labor costs money. That's wliy when you are doing painting of any kind you want to 1)0 assured of lasting finish that will not crack, peel, or fade. We have only quality paints for you to select from. Paints that endure for indoors and outdoors. COAST TO COAST STORE PAINT is higher in quality and lower in price. Interior Gloss KEYSTONE [Keystone INTERIOR (M $1,98 Gallon Wall Size 36e Pkg. Flat Wall Paint Coast-to- Coast Quality 49c Qt, FLAT WALL Keystome $1.39 Gallon DIC-A-DOO PAINT CLEANEB — I9c PKG. ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR—WHO USES OUR PAINTS e^, Pnri>li 4-Hour a rortii Fouj , 'KEYSTONE^ and Hour Vaj>n ' isn PORCH SI Floor A rt j;, «1-8« inel ."JC^VI l*»»II 18 C4Af T »T*W* J Qt. Jteet-ll^Sn son .., ' ;• • •- • — <-~~* Glo^Co Four Hour Art Enamel, Wax pt, ____ r .__ 25c 49c >:..».u..... .,,....,..,.. ^- Pint Harness Oil, graj.—89c Ground Color, qt—69c Turpentine, gal. .— 79c Paint Brush —. 9c up JOE BLOOM THE MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES OF THIS STORE TAKE PLEASURE IN FRANK ZENDEB ZENDER "BUD"ZENDEB The New Firm of ZENDER'S "Swings into Spring" with new ideas for you as well as tne Store. OUR POLICY "Courtesy to All." In itself, a little thing, but it surely adds to the common comfort of our daily life. "Values Supreme in Clothes for Men and Boys", and we mean "Values Supreme" regardless of price range. We are going to continue to handle only nationally, known and Branded merchandise, priced right... A few of these lines are Kuppenheimer, Griffon and Varsity Town Suits and Topcoats, Arrow and Fruit-of-the-Loom Shirts, Arrow and Cheney Ties, Crosby Square Shoes, Stetson and LaSalle Hats, Mun- singwear and Goodrich Rubber Footwear. OUR DOOR IS OPEN, WE EXTEND A HAND OF WELCOME, COME AND BE OUR GUEST THURSDAY, MARCH 17th Our Store is completely stocked with the finest in new Spring Clothes GABARDINES Be a "G-man" (gabardine man) this season. Wear a gabardine woven of fine worsted yarn, not the kind that soon bags, sags, wrinkles and cockles. In rich solid colors and novel pattern effects. Sport and plain back. 24.50 to 29.50 TWISTS Keally three yarns in one— 3 separate long wool fibres, twisted together in a cable- like manner to give this fabric a colorful, rugged individuality and unusual resistance to wear. Wear a tri-ply twist. 22.50 to 29.50 WORSTEDS The kind of rich worsteds and subtle patterns that you envy on those friends* of yours. The cream of the fabric crop, deftly tailored, authentically styled; precisely fitted—but modestly priced. See these new herringbones, stripes and checks 19.50 to 35.00 Free Favors and Gifts for Men and Women for the Men We have ordered a special supply of fine, mellow cigars, cellophane wrapped, espec^ ially for you. Come in and see us. It's Open House Day ZINPiR'S FOR VALUES SUPR1MI IN CLOTHING FOR MiN AND BOYS for the Women Our store has not forgotten the ladies, who know Zender's well as a good place to; shop, A beautiful flower f or each lady, Thursday. CULJLEN , •' . S, > J ' . ' ' . ' f . i.'.s ' 'rf '-'"J

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