Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1938
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193 J PLYMOUTH COUPE — MAX- ell Motors. 5p32 REJpD BABY CAB FOR SALE— Cjtll -IOC South Jones street. lOg AU-JTO LOANS Ljo w e r Crelit Co. REFINANCING, payments. — Western SuSOLf WAITED—WILD LIVE RED FOX flire.—Henry Hainline, Creston 10p31-33 MRS. BRIGHT, EX-ALGONIAN, PASSES AT 86 Left Here More Than 20 Years Ago for California. COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA FOli. RENT—70 ACRES OF PAS- tiire or cattle to pasture.—Hugh ; 12p32-33 PASTURE FOR RENT OR PAS ^° °' Bowyer ' Hollywood, fn'i-o „„.(!„ .11 „ . . _ , reported the death of Under date of April 19 Mrs. Nel- ture cattle.—Albert Gould, Burt. i 10p32 jsunimi, as follows: SILVER WEDDING FOR MEYERS L LOTTS CREEK Lotts Creek, Apr. 26—The Martin Meyers celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, and attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch Sr., Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch Jr., the Herbert Zu- machs, and Alice Zumach, Whittemore, the William Leiningers, the Otto. Ruhnkes, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, the Fritz Meyers, the Otto Wichtendahls, the Potratzes, the Robert Dreyers, the Herman Hititz Calif., i f«mHy, the Alex Radigs, the M. F. 'ormer Al- tonka. NOTICE cyhles. Bloobi. I "'Mrs. J. Jr. Bright, after a few years of failing health, passed •away April n ,at -the age of 86. ] Burial was made in tho Forest USED Bl-j^wn Memorial Park, Glendale, Sp32 Pay cash. — Joo !)u32 FOR SALE-PUREBRED HAMP- - shlrc fall boars. — Josep Show, Wosloy. bc '- si(io Krave of her husband Meyers, Mrs. Henry Meyer, the Albert Wittkopfs, the Carl Zumachs, another Potratz family, Teacher Schmiel and his family, all of Lotts Creek; the William Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause, son Edmund, the Walter Jentz family, Mr and Mrs. George Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. William Jentz, and Alary Mittag, all of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Wi'l- ---- -.„.., . Jt , ,, i. ( ------ .—.--— j.Atnj in i LLll^f who died some years ago. She left , of Fe »ton; Mr. and Mrs. Wi'l- "" onl - v daughter. Mrs Lennie v Mar ° n - D olliver, and Mr. and Hall, Glendale. and two sister^ - • , h " os , Wl ' ede ' F °>'t Dodge. A "" ' ° d nr from hibrod corn, enable.—Call 1F12. in .A. T T "•**, emu L»u sisiers, 31-33 i*l!' s - '^ai'sh" Stevens, Ortonville, iMinn., and Addle Doty, Los Ange- FOR S.\LK_YOUVC- ' Prieed reas- Funned >'<irlli of 13(2)32 For some years the Brights lived on a farm north of Alsona. They -jleft Towa more than 20 years ago BLACK .... . .„„„ , o]d"No'Ts'-'7 2 '""T? WCSt AlponEl 'l !II1tl Cillnc to Iivc i» Olendaie ^°j_!J!i.- L ""'s Brocsdcr. 15p32 i where they made many friends as FARMERS, WILL BUY YOUR r P rl hv'V" 0 ^ 0 ' 1 ! D lMl ' >S - Brl ^i' s case •fox pup.;. - p. 0 d G Becker:- X, *s a t Z T *"? fl ° ral ° f ' baUKb, Fort Dodcn i.-rovv, "-1 • K l ller fu "enil. The ser•^ c - 1 " r91 ••"-.-'••> I vices wore conducted by Doctor "rougher, of the Baptist r. and lunch at midnight. ,' Dodge. d ! ner WM servc(1 - WAM'IOD 35 HKAD CATTLE TO pasture. Plenty shade, water 4 miles west Titonka on Carl f.'-iri- !!!L£!!!!2^L2^^^ Qf FOR SALE-NEW ELECTROLUX I" - - « •with all attachments, at reduced'i hus srown to 80,000. Some 14 price. Only used here by agent'—I, yeal ' s ago the former Algoninns church, . Bright "?.!. e ? r ^ hts . <b . unt n nome in the which was then of onl >" a few thousands, WESLEY. is BRIDE OF FHAJK GRANT Wesley, Apr. 27— Mandelian Ir- niina, daughter of Mrs. William Foertsch, became the bride of Frank W. Grant, Wesley, formerly PAPA TANGLED UP IN A PLAY ATSWEACITY Swea-Eagle Twp., Apr. 26—The Swea City high school seniors will present a hilarious comedy, 'It's Papa Who Pays," in the school auditorium this week Friday and Saturday evenings. Have you ever entered a contest for a prize? Papa did, and come •md see what a mess he became involved in. Papa Denny, played by Warren Ewing, also has difficulty with his daughter. Babs (June Northern), because she insists on entering every contest, as a result of which the family has to live eat, and breathe contests. When papa refuses to let his sou and daughter enter any more contests, or to win prizes in contests they have already entered, imagine his consternation as he receives news that he has won an expensive automobile! How does he manage to evade breaking his promise, yet secure his prize? This is a three-act farce, and admissions are ten, 15c, and 25c The Missionary Gives Address on Chin Fenton, Apr. 26—Jessie Wolcott Armstrong, who spent 16 years a missionary in China, gave a talk in the morning hour in the Meth odist church Sunday. She wa sent home six months ago because of the wnr. Her father is a retired minister, and she has a brother who is Methodist minister at Arm strong. A sister is a practicing physician at Spirit Lake, and another sister is married to a mai clerk. A thankoffering for the local missionary fund amounted to $23.75. en— , gonnns Mrs. \\ H. King, Algona. -" l!ip3-> i llcre KU1 'Prised the Brights by ar~ rivi WANTED TO RENT — A BUSI- ness location on main street for Some appliance?.—Write Box 847 ' ] 6p32 -GOOD SECOND HAND washing machine and machine.—Inquire at Advance. WANTED TO BUY-YOUNG CAT- „„ A.ND printed Any Bi/.e film, 30c for 8 reeu- X# CtU r r( V? ld ° ne enlargement ^UI-.JL.—Lusby's. 17(2)31tf LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED saw, filed, furniture repaired all work guaranteed.-George W St. John, phone 574. 28p30-33 HYBRID SEED CORN, EARLY variety, graded and tested, $4 and $5 per bu.-E. B. McCorkle. 15p — „,,,_,j...ti.i v u, around leave that damaged tire, we'll infixed and ready in short 850, Vic's Service order. Phone Station. FOR SALE--3C FORrTvTTr^iT Ion* wheol-ba.se. Motor one year old. $375, bargain. _ M rs Anna Janssen, Bancroft. 19p32-33 SPECIAL PLUMBING FITTINGS —New .faucets for kitchen" or Bathroom Get estimate on cost of new shower ,bath.-Phone 83.- Jioltzbauer's Tin Shop. 22(2)32 WANTED — MARRIED MAN ON no children preferred, or '-' years.—Inquire Ad- riving en masse to help celebrate their golden wedding." Other (Jo.ist \c»vs. Mrs. Bowyer also wrote that just before tho late storm Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace started to Or- t - — .. u**c4v^(j o till" Le sewing , dnve to New Yoi ' k via New leans to visit George and — - u ^-*j*ti^- auu. lutuUcl Norton. On their return trip they will visit at Algona. Harry and JIarjorie (Bowyer), Boris started the same day for Chicago. Blythe f-'alif., was their first stop, and' there they ran into the Wallaces at a restaurant. They missed the storm, but had to stop tWQ Jn Oklahoma City to await reopening of roads. "We have real summer weather here now at 86 degrees. Wallaces Lose Cabin. "The Wallaces had a cabin in tne mountains which was destroyed in the floor. The loss of build- lo f L a , nd cont ents was estimated at According to forest ser- $2,000. o vice news cabins°are now in flood areas. barred , --- --^i^u POULTRY fountain, special at $3.49. Smaller sizes, hornless, in variety •sizes and prices—Howard •ware. of 19(2)32 w . , - ranches of the Henry Whelans and the Oscar Horsts were not endangered in the floods. Mrs. Whelan and Mrs. Horst were Bertha and Kate Rausch, whose parents once operated what is now the Dehnert hotel at Algona." Killing Freeze in > T . M. Irvington, Apr. 26—Byrl Roney, sheep-rancher at Roswell, N. M writes that early in April eastern New Mexico had a heavy freeze which totally ruined all the fruit and killed leaves on the trees The temperature dropped to 15 and 18 degrees above zero. " • "•* ") ii t-o it:,* , iUl UJKIiy i lum Creek, in a nuptial high mass wedding at St. Joseph's Catholic church here this week Wednesday morning at S o'clock, the Rev. A. Wagner reading the single-ring ceremony. At the altar, serving, were the bride's brothers William and Edward, with Edward and Joe Johnson. Her sister Imelda was bridesmaid, and her brother George was best man. The bride wore a floor-length white satin gown, with trailing veil, and carried a bridal bouquet of white carnations. Her bridesmaid wore a yellow taffeta floor- length gown and carried yellow carnations. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served to the •bridal party and many near relatives at the bride's parental home. The newlyweds will live on the large John Mullins farm.where Mr. Grant is employed. They will give a wedding dance this week Thursday night at a local lodge cast consists of Warren Ewin s Hazel Rohlin, June Northern, Robert Berggren, Walter Peterson, Ada Uhr, Mae Mullarkey, Lyle fakromme, Laila Berg, Thomas Olson, Maxine Rystad, Elvin Linde. Former Resident 17 Sick- Alton Furgeson, daughter Edna, Mrs. Julius Rohlf, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Furgeson were called to Austin, Minn, a few days ago bv word that Mrs. Ben Rustian had suddenly became critically sick Mrs. Rohlf is a sister, the others' relatives. The Rustians for many years farmed in Eagle township, tnen moved onto a farm near Austin which they bought two years hall. Silo for Fnrm 1'Iannod. . St. Benedict, Apr. 26— Materials for a new silo have teen trucked to the Johnson farm. J. C. Mawdsley,- Irvington, who owns the plane, had a modern poultry house built last fall which is worth one's time to inspect. It has a ventilating system and insulation. ago. Richard Carman is Rochester Patient Union Twp., Apr. 25 — Gerald Garman, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs Richard Garman, had a serious operation at a Mason City hospital Friday morning for double goiter and was reported in critical condition Tuesday, his heart 'being affected. His parents and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeld, east of Algona, visited him Sunday. The Garmans live at Algona on the former Hagg farm, just west of the Northwestern tracks on No. 18. Phone Company Will Build at Livermore, Livermore, Apr. 26—The Bell company recently purchased from Archie Wilson a business lot east and a little south, of the present ocation for a telephone office here. A new brick 'building will be erected. The company is installing dial telephones here and at Bode, Bradgate, and Gilmore City. re- Takes Job in Hospital. Fenton, Apr. 26— Lena Bleck- To Quit as Teacher. Last week's Garner Signal , 0 vealed that Ruth McMahon, mathematics teacher at Garner, had not been reelected, and the reason was said to be that she "is retiring from the teaching profession." Alfjona One Among 27. In a newspaper release issued by the Federal Home Loan Bank board, Washington, D. C., Algona is listed among 27 Iowa cities and towns which have federal savings GEISHECKERS, LIVERMORE, IN GET-TOGETHER Livermore, Apr. 26—Mrs. Matt O Connor, daughter and the Jun- geles Parsons, Kans., attended a family reunion at John Geishecker s, north of Livermore, last week Sunday. Others in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bormann, st - Benedict; the Mike Bormanns and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bormann, Bode; the Herman Plathes and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bormann, Irvington; Henry Geishecker, daughter Irene, Mr. and Mrs Lorenz Bormann, Lu Verne; K. L. Kohlhaas family and John Bormauns, Livermore. Britt Girl, Niece of 3 Here, is Wed Irvington, Apr. 26—Ireta Ross and Merle Deibler, both of Britt were married last week Wednesday at Britt. The .bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Ross, Britt. Mr. and Mrs Ray Fitch, Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Titonka, and Mrs Ben Potter, Algona, attended the ceremony, the women being aunts of the bride and sisters of Mrs the the St, Benedict LU VERNE GIRL WINS 1ST TYPING TESTS Lu Verne, Apr. 26—The commercial classes of the Renwlck, Corwith, and Lu Verne high schools had a contest at Renwick Friday evening, each school winning one branch. Corwitli was leader in first-year typing, but one of Lu Verne's representatives, Arllne Miller, was first over all, jrroeniicn iianed with 51 words to he minute. Other x , d , t fc Thuraday , K"?,,* ^.I^T^i™ Ported "No luck." The Rev. Father Kramer has announced that the second grade pupils will receive first holy communion next Sunday. Philip Immerfall drove to Fort Dodge Saturday to get his niece, The Wayne Kelleys, of Vinton, were last-week visitors at Harvey Johnson's. Mr. Kelley Is a cousin of Mrs. Johnson and & grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelley, who now live with the Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Altoer^ Dorr, son Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Dorr, son Jerry, Belmond, were Sunday guests at Ben Dorr's, and Rosalie Dorr, Mason City, was also here. John Arend and his children drove to Burt Sunday to Visit at John's brother Peter's, Greg Studer, George Ludwlg, and Dan Froehlich fished at Lost Renwlck, won first in second- year typing, with an average score of 70 words. ' iMaxine Smith, Haze 1 Nyganrd, and Dolores Voss represented the ocal school. Maxine, Thelma, and 3urnell Wagner, Lu Verne, were he winning shorthand writers, vith a score of 90. Maxinc's score vas 93. Giovanni Smith is the local instructor. Miss Doemeyer vi of his aged ,n nt ',; ' fa" this season ' called on tho Mrs. Dorr andM, Whoolmatea at Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Willia ery. week. LARGE MAP OF for fr(lm each Kosauth ' now ready f or "c iui vU'HVOrv r» map only $3 pi lls ,"/' N 'pparately. Cash u-ni " 0| We pay the postal 1 ' nall( 1930 FORD (UAni~~~ 'Motors. ~~ City and County Ross Anto Fire Extinguished. St. Benedict, Apil. 26 — John Arend s car took fire just as he reached home last week Thursday evening, but the t>laze was put out with a couple of pails of water and the damage was hot great. HOSPITAL seer! corn, state certified 98% germination, edsre drop $590 per hill drop $.(.00 per bu.— M. A. Sorlien, Bode. 25p32 I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY f'\N- _ didaoy for the republican nomination (or supervisor of the See- on district in the June primaries. Claude A. Samson. 21p30-37 .TOTE Gr<KE.V COLOMAL furnace is built to give more heat, year after yo; ( r at lowest cost. —"See Green Colonial Furnace, Des Momes, Jowa. 99(9)39 wenn, R. N., has accepted the as- an(i lo an associations. sistant superintendency of nurses in a hospital at Urbana, 111. ~~ is a graduate of St. Mary's pital, Rochester, where she „„„ spent the past several years. Her mother is Mrs. Sophia Bleckwenn here, -*- Church Societies to Mix. Burt, Apr. 26 — The Christian Endeavor expects to have a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park Friday evening and will have as guests members of the Epworth League. Fox Population Eednccd. Burt, Apr. 26—A group of Conservation Leaguers captured eight fox pups at Roscoe Mawdsley's farm Saturday. GENERAL HOSPITAL April 19-JMrs. Russell Cook, medical. April 21-nMrs. W. A. Zehslage, Lu Verne, medical; Dr. C. B Alexander, Laurens, medical April 22—Lynn Bush, Algona, medical. April 23 — Esther Lavrenz, Algona, tonsil'lectomy. April 25--Mrs. Lyle McCullough, boy. April 25 — Donald Teeter, Algona, tonsillectomy. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCR weekly Newspaper Founded IT. '901. Entered as Second - ChW Matter December 31, .1908, at tlu- 3 p8tottice at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. Mrs. Ben Ingebritson cntortaln- d her sewing club Wednesday, 'here are six members. County Agent A. L. Brown will ttend a soil school at Fort Dodge omorrow (Friday). Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson were t Blue Earth Saturday. They have farm near that town. Naomi Ilowctt, primary teacher in the local schools, spent the week-end with her parents at Swca City. J)r. and Mrs. H. M. Olson spent the week-end at Ruthven with Mrs. Olson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Johnson. Stella Mae Itreen, Bonar's stenographer, spent the week-end at Titonka with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Breen. M. H. Jlohcrly attended a Heinz convention at Des Moines over the week-end. Mr. Doherty travels for the "57 varieties." L. J. Nelson was sick a few days early in the week. He is a partner in the Nelson & Leasing (former Akre) grocery. SOME REAL GOOD REED'S Yellow Dent seed corn for sale, 1.25 a bushel.—Mike Loss, Al- 16p32 Wm. C. Dau Garae Announces The Installation of a New McQUAY-NOKRIS PNUEMATIC PISTON RESIZING e LATEST DEVELOPMENT— in Resizing, expanding, and reshaping nistnn . compensate for wear or collapse. This u vm a common peening machine. ' 12000 BLOWS A MINUTE— The speed of resizing a piston on this is GREATBRHhan on any other piston r es i ziM I machine. mtm%\ MOKE ACCURATE WORK— because the operator has CONSTANT CONTRm over the piston while it is being resized in machine—he can at all times SEE ' h 0 \v work is progressing. CONTROLLED EXPANSION TO ANY SIZK— Pistons are resized to accurately fit the cvlin ders in which they operate. THERE is vn GUESS WORK. b m No Danger of Surfnce Fracture and Suliscnuent Piston Breakage On your next RE-RING job have your pistons I'P^I the MODERN WAY and install the NEW-McSS MORRIS ALTINIZED Super X piston Rings ' /NTo utiful Gotham Mary Harris entertained the Ni- dana sewing club Monday evening She Is employed at the local telephone office. She hos- had Mrs. Walter Roberts entertained the Needle club Monday afternoon. KOSSUTH COUNTY produced 3,571,120 pounds of sugar from beets in 1937, and 49 farmers will receive $20,000 more than the sugar brought them, for participation in the soil conservation program. FOR SAW-:—THIS WEEK ONLY —special price on three One- Mmuifi washers. If you are considering purchase of a new washer, get in touch at once. — L. W. Swanson. oijii)\ FARMS FOR SALE — KOSSUTH county farms, f rora ?50 00 acre up; all sizes and good terms -Ostwinkle & Scholtefl, office over State's Cafe, Algona, Iowa . 32g THIS IS YOUR LAST CHAWF to buy seed corn at $1.75 bu. raised from the corn that took th county hiKh yield test and swee *takes a| Ames 2 years. — A f Carlisle, Whittemore. 32 P 3 SARGENT CONCENTRATE—Us your owa grain, mix with Ibal •need ingredients. Contains al needed elements for poultry o fflogs.—Anderson Grain & Coal Co 23(2)3 B A R PAINT J AM A PANDIDATE FOR COUN ty supervisor of the Second district on the republican ticket a the June primary. Your support «ad vote will be greatly appreci *ted.—A. R. Cruikshank. 30p27-34 GENUINE} CO-BURN ONE-WIRE electric fence. Safe, effective *nd economical. Battery and high Jine models. See me before you -buy.—Clifford Riebhoff, Sexton. 23p30-32 VOn SALE—SMITH LIFETIME torch, cpmplete with regulators and cutting attachment; large two- T»teel trailer; 3-burner Coleman gasoline c^>ok stove.—Charles Barton, 502 S( uth Jones, Algona. p32 MEN WANTED! WHO THINK all worklshoes hard on feet . . to 4nr a shoe soft-as-ibuckskin" that wears like! iron! Wolverine Shell Horsehide work shoes even dry •put soft. Yjou'll see!—Hub Clothiers. 35(2)32 COAST COAST MVI ^~^^^«v"w«HM^^^^^^HHMH^HHI^^Hi »AVI TIME .. SAVE MONEY .. Kifcfieti-provedf Pratt Electric Co. Algona Phone 170 |lilllllllllllll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM | Senior Class Play | | "SPRING DANCE" = A 8-act comedy by Philip Barry S | H. S. AUDITORIUM j | FRIDAY, MAY 6th j = 8:00 P. M. Admission, 20c for students, 80 for admits. S p Tickets on reserve at James Drug Store May 5 and 6 H | This is the most recent comedy ever offered in Algona. Was on Broadway 18 I H months ago, and was given by Grinnell college and Iowa University in the past S •M IGW IXlOUCIlSi SS /a jfripe Light rosy beiges to go with your new pastels; glowing coppers to wear with darker costumes; neutral tones to wear with printed silks . . . Sheer chiffons for daytime, and "stylized stockings" to accent the charm of all clothes. See them todaj-. Marigold Shoppes Over Council Oak Store. i^^^a^^jfr^a-'^^^ "^^^^^^^^^^^^_£_**y*J9i*n-zv i, Manufacturers of l owa state Brand Butter Distributors Pasteurize* MUk , Cream Qna Distributors Al-Co (Leaded) Gas _., Otlmeal - Bran Distributo r. * u " ° llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIllllllblH i following price, paid Whole Milk Butterfat Sweet Cream Butterf at Fir.t Cream Butterfat. «« » *• * O, B,

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