Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1938 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1938
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ITS, a. wonderful feeling, being a part of the Eastpr parade, and it doesn't cost a fortune either.' It is really not necessary to buy an expensive new outfit not when The ELK will clean your present clothes so well and =o economically.' Gains.- a? your clothes and give us a ring. We'll pick tnem up promptly and return them looking like new and then, you'll wear them proudly in the Easter Parade. The ELK Cleaners XOKMA.V i PEKRY Phoii.:- W We Deliver BARRET BROAD SHADOW ASPHALT SHINGLES Shad-O-Band Shingles— ^-S-l 0 ?,, 6 °; >VnerS ' builders a S"« that the thickness ' Fire Safety — * SEE OL-R COLOB .ASSORT>tE.VT. granulated minerals. Shadow Roof Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Birthdays of Two Observed at Fenton JTHtJRSDAv Minn., with Mr. Jacobson's sister, |Burt with Mrs. Melvin Forsfoerg, and his Sidney mother. Mrs. Walter Bngstrom has been SURPRISES FOR MRS, ZWEIFEL & MRS, MUELLER Fenton. Apr. 5—Mrs. Virgil Zweifel was taken by surprise Sunday, when relatives came to help her celebrate a birthday an-! tnversary. Dinner brousht by the! guests was served. Attending• j the Jacob Zweifels, Mr. and Mrs ' Clarence Menz. son Larry Lee. the: Earl Larsons, all of Cylinder- Mr '• and Mrs. Glenn Zweifel. Alsona-'i the Edw. Ohms. Mr. and Mrs. Wit- j liaoi i.'hrwtensen. son Ronald i Joan Zweifel. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-'l liam Schmidt. It was also the! Wrthday of Ronald Christen«en i Mrs. Louis Mueller was also tafc=n I . I sick with the flu and mumps. 1 Mrs. Edwin Allen and her LEDYARD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar, with the son Sidney, left Saturday, Mr. Skaar for Chicago, and Mrs. Skaar and her son as far as Mars-hall- j town to visit Mrs. Skaar's sister, I Muriel Payne, who is taking ! nurses' training there, over the week-end. ' j Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Granner.! with the son Darrel. spent the I week-end at the Kitley home In ! Hardy. | Orville Engetby has been ' sick ; with a severe cold and an ear infection. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Darnell, he ! were at Algona Saturday. Mr. and ; Lyle spent Friday j Mrs. Lewis Dutton, Algona, and •Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Irvington. visited the Leon Wor- dens Sunday. The Otto Richters, Elmore, spent the day at Clifton son afternoon nt Link, or his fii swoa Earl Patterson John Patterson Saturday. J^-orgc ster \t. n iv. $<*• «»<i 'M; "•ore at Grant Mr"? 6 V f " aS Decorah to Verio akn ™° re> ~ S ^ en L S ' AIma a far « H.P C °^ Pa T ed -'^ P art > ?er. Rlc ev11ie to visit a sis- Mrs. H. D. Mayne, Mrs. Frank Kelly, and Mrs. B. A. Storey shop- Pea at Algona Friday. Mrs L A Mrs. Paul Jensen, and 'the t , --- --- _ %i uv^mc. i Lie wrviite Runksmeiers and Gertrude Darnell • "en,,- mversary. Cards were played and lunch furnished by the suest* was served. Attending: Mr. and Mrs Eldon Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. Jos Jacobson. Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs! Leo Schmidt. Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mueller, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. —_. " »t.u. uu * j/xii CLI L3f Mr. and Mrs. E. Sanders, near Elmore. Mrs. Carolyn Eggesdahl and, Mrs. Geo. Wallentlne entertained i a group of girls at the Eggesdahl | to organize a Ledyard town- F».r.H r.Mt PL™ s,l,_ Irene Bleckwenn; a music talk by Betty Jean Schwartz; talks on poetry, by Marjorie Brown and Dorothy and Ruth Dreyer: a dem- . Dreyer, daughter Alvina and Anna Rae Weisbrod. The club will con- j duct a bake sale at Krause's meat, market next week Saturday, and i The Farm Bureau auxiliary met Friday at Mrs. Ted Walientine's, and plans were laid for an Achievement day display at Burt this week Friday. Main feature is to be on mother and baby care and a layette of old-fashioned baby clothes is being collected for the exhibit. Muriel Reece, who spent last week with her parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Edw. Reece, returned to Oskaloosa Saturday to resume studies at Penn college. | Ralph Johnson, Conrad Gable. : and Fred Darnell were business ! callers at Algona Friday. Mr and Mrs. Alfred Zielske. their sons, Mrs. Richard Zielske, and MM. Harriett Matzener spent Friday at Eagle Grove with Mrs. Jenks "and .Mrs. iviester. Peter Cassem and Willis Pingle Monday. Mrs. Bassett, who waslnold Klatt and Charles Glaus won to reopen her home there for the high; Mrs. G.aus, the chair prize summer. srwn,- the winter with hf- " P to join. i Mrs. J. A. Lloyd was taken to the ! I Kossuth hospital Friday. She has ! been sick for some time with gall- i stones. I Mr. and .Mrs. Warren Lloyd, son i Edward, and Mrs. George Hagge went to Iowa City Monday, and; Edward entered the University: He was i A week of Lenten services has | been observed at the Grant Moth- j • odist church, with District Supt.! j Muhleman and the pastor the Rev,: i Mr. Harvey, in charge. Doctor: ! Muhleman spent Friday and Sat'. urday in the community. Mr.! ; Muhleman spent Friday nlsht at i i Martin Gabel's, and he and Mr. j i Harvey were Saturday dinner! guests at Martin Tokheim's and; i supper guests at Ray Mino's. ; i Mrs. William Speicher. daughter ( Gladys. Mrs. Eli Anderson, daugh-1 i ter Ardis, Mrs. Del'bert Hunt. Mrs. '. I Roy Mino, and the latter's daugh- • j ter Lucille were at Algona Friday. The Aid met at Mabel Mino's last | week Wednesday. The next meet- i ing will be at Mrs. C. W. Hami and's. I ! The grades operettas. "Rose- \ | mary" and "The Fair." will be ' I given at the Grant schoolhouse i this week Friday evening. | I Mrs. Mabel Mino. her sons, and ' i the Walter Minos spent Sunday at j ' Fred Montgomery's. Blue Earth, j Mrs. Harold Fischer, Mrs. Jos. j Mayne. daughter Alice, Mrs. Ed- i | win Allen, the latter's children,; | and Mrs. Alfred Zielske were at | Fairmont Saturday. ; \ The A. A. Jacobsons spent Sat- j urday and Sunday at Cottonwood. i PRICES PAID AS FOLLOW March 1st to 15th. S. Whole Milk, Butterfat Sweet Cream, Butterfat ~~ ""--No. 1 Cream, Butterfat I__ ~ P. 0. B. ALGONA CO-OP. CREAMERY CO Algonn, Iowa .;, ' The Choice of KG BAKING Double Tested - Double ActU^ Manufactured by baking powder Special!.., who make nothing but baking pow£!* under supervision of expert chernUtT Same Price Today as 45 Yean A* 25 ounces for 250 ' You can also buy A f 1111 I0 ounc » can for I0o *• •*** *5 ounce can for 150 Highest Quality-Always Dependahi. BY OUR GOVERNMENT Mrs. Richard Hengel. Fairville entertained at a quilting party last week Thursday. Guests were Mrs. Fred McWherter. Mrs. Frank Schattschneider. Whittemore; Mrs. Alfred Schmidt. Burt; Mesdames Minnie Dreyer and Everett Dreyer. A. J. Krause, Jacob Hengel, and Allen Bellinger. Mrs. Mary Hanson entertained at a quilting Friday afternoon. Guests were Mesdames Earl Dean. John Gramenz, John Kramer. Earl Osborn. E. C. Fauerby. George Goetsch Arnold Klatt. Arthur Mueller H'i C. Lindsey, C. G. Humphrey, Wil-! bur Hulldorf. Mred Kuecfcer, and i Charles Glaus. I Catherine Celebrates Birthday— ^The Simon Kipfers and Dickie :Mrs. Fred Newel. The Midkiffs reside at Iowa City, but Mrs. Mid; kiff and the daughter had been visiting Mrs. Midkiffs parents, Mr and Mrs. Merten Barton, Lu Verne' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schweppe and Mr. and Mrs. Albert MunsteV- man, St. James, Minn., spent Sunday with the Arthur Schweppes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schweppe are parents of Arthur, and Mrs. Munsterman is his sister. Warren Newel, Hartley, spent Saturday and Sunday with his cousin, Lyle Newel, at Charles Newel's. "Warren's parents, Mr. I MaJbel Homan left Friday for an , extended visit with relatives at I Washington, D. C. She is the i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ho- iman. -- —o— Baumanns, Ringsted, .were Sunday dinner guests at A. j L. Wlllrett's, and the Elmer Lees | Seneca, were at Alvln Nelson's. i Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Greinert, son I Fred, and Mrs. Cliff Frink went to Fort Dodge Saturday, and Fred consulted an eye specialist. Helen Kern and Ruth Weisibrod, of the Independence Idealists 4-H Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warner en_._.- , ., — _ "amci eu Of The Party" Beady to serve at a moment's notice. Yes Pepsi-Cola cool. re DOUBLE SIZE— DOUBLE QUALITY DISTRIBUTED BY Fort Dodge Bottling Works -viansager's Monday evening, honoring the birthday anniversary of Eugene Mansager. Sunday even- j .mg visitors there were Mr and i ***• A « h «r Berkeland, Cylinder/ Wtzin^^ Bo^TSuHl^ llsi and the Henry Mansagers near 1 '" ""—~- J - • Emmetsburg. Eye Patient Bronsht Home . Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Meyer and Mrs. Adolph Meyer, the latter of Seneca, drove to Fort Dodge Sun] day to bring home Adolph Meyer, ; who had been a patient at a Fort : Dodge hospital ten days for re, moval of his right eye, which was . injured when a cow kicked him ,^^Tii^^A«£Si«s Sunday. He ™ = —• -.--^ "_ i l' Derg that who Mrs. The New Spring Season Ushers in the Virginia Frank entertained the /llllfl- 1.-IJ 1. . M-»V H I At Algona's Newest Store BJUSTROM'Sl Manufacturers 9 Representativ es „_. st Gets i'ew Job— Ra>-mond Reimers, who recently sold his drug store at Ringsted, has accepted a temporary position with the Ford Hopkins pharmacy at Mason City. He started work Monday. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers. Maple Hill Woman Dies— Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf went to Maple Hill last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of her sister Erma Sarchett, 4. Mrs. Holldorf's mother died three months ago Burial for' Miss Sarchett was at Bancroft. Clarinet Solo Wins "Good"— Hartley Bailey spent Friday and i Saturday at Britt with his sister Frances, a teacher, and attended a . district musi-c contest there Ed| mund Krause, Fenton, gave a clar- i met solo, and his rating was "good." Three Driving Xew Cars— The Goetsch Motor Co. has sold new Chevrolets to Otto Jensen and Ernest Hutchinson, Lone Rock, and George Freeman, Cylinder. lone Hooker Loses Appendix— Dr. J. A. Mueller took Mrs. Tom- nue Long, Lone Rock, to Algona one day last week for an appendicitis operation. Other Fenton. Charles Smith, Armstrong spent , Sunday afternoon with his broth- i er J. A. G. The G. H. Longs, of j Ringsted, were at the son Delbert's. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs j John Kohlwes, Lotts Creek, son i Arlin, the Everett Dreyers, aac ; Darold and Frank Dreyer. j Collegian 0?ercomJng Pneumonia- i Merlin Wegener is recovering i from a severe case of pneumonia ; m a Minneapolis hospital. He is a i student at Concordia seminary, a Lutheran college there, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'Wegener, Fairville. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga with Mrs. Harry Haase and her daughter Shirley Mae, were at Nevada Saturday, .guests of Mrs. Hayenga's sister, Mrs. Katherine Doege. and were accompanied by Mrs. Doege's daughter, Mrs. Aaron Taylor, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Johnson, St. Paul, and Martha Jasfculfce,' Minneapolis, came Saturday to visit Mrs. Johnson's and Martha's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson went home Monday, leaving Martha for a longer visit. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mrs. | Charles Basset, and the latter's son Lyle went to Sheiiburn, Minn,' bridge club last week --* wwv V.1UU Ittal week Thursday evening. Mrs. AT- TT1 POTASH LARGER YIELDS PER ACRE BETTER FEEDING QUALITY LOWER COST PER BUSHEL Dining Room Suites! fcSt b SX a -t ra, know L^ fOT .>4^ low in ay«l,ble pota«h that com doe. not gzow normally unle« h?gh"ota,h hunger (yellow «tteaking of the leaves brown edge icorch, lodging, and chaffy ' .- produce good quality com, but it requires 10 tons of good manure to supply the quantity contained in 20O Ibs. of mSiate of potash. It is a waste of the valuable nitrogen in the benefit of the potash. See*°youJ U fertai?« manufacturer or dealer about high-potash fertilizer. such as 0-8-24, O-9.27, or muriate of potash. Apply the fertilizer in the hill or row at the rate of 1QO, 20O Ibs. per acre. Write us for further information and literature on how to fertilize your crops. Room Suites ' ^^ for $125.OO 1 - CABI NETS • IAMPS and Save

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