Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1938 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1938
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PAGE SIX KQS8OTH COtTNtt ADVANCE. ALrtnMA i PAINT kA?t«XHt* -*^r^^^-*s&5>&Siggr DKVOK'S rondy mixed paints in wide vnriety of colors. For either exterior or interior HSO. Ask for new free color card. Botsford Lumber Company JEII POOL, ARTHRITIS? It May Be Wiak Archest Arthritic or rheumatic-like pains in the feet or legs; tired, aching feet, fatigue, sore heels and callouses — are BROWNELL SHOE CO, Algona, Iowa LAKOTA HOST AT COUNTY LEGION AND'AUX'MEET Lakota, Apr. 26—Lakota's Legion and Auxiliary units were hosts at a county joint meeting rilltl'OrljTl' ni. n .. !.._ . .. - ° Relatives Call on L. F. Jcnkinson at Rochester Union Twp., Apr. 26— Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinsou and Mr. and Mrs Mrs Austin Gardner drove ni ' ly Stlnday T £ n " d Mrs " arn L. F. Jenklnson, who to , . . so a Patient there. He is up and around a little, but is taking treatment and will continue to do s ?'' n t", weeks -- Another :broth so h m' him. ners FOR DELICIOUS DEEP FRIED FOODS Al I2IOM «etipe roiaer. fiLINTON COMPANY, Clinton, Iowa FLAK./ Spry PASTRV ROLLED AROUND SPICED APPLE SLICES, SWEETENED WITH HONEV WONDERFUL. TRY IT! USE Spry FOR ALL VOUR BAKING AND FRYING THINGS TASTE TWICE AS GOOD «^ ,., ^ lt v*u itii t T JUJ Thursday evening at the local Pies'bytenan church, and there was a large attendance. County Commander Luke Miller, Titonka presided at a business meeting, assisted by Mrs. Graham, of Burt county chairman of the Auxill i Mrs. Wade Ball, local'chairman He Auxiliary, introduced the peaker, who was the eighth dis net commander, Fred Hudson i,, «•"•= «uu 'ocahontas. The high school girls' P arents were away. glee club sang two numbers di- L i-eoted by Mary Templeton. Lunch l '",J!J pII " ys Hosts »t Dinner- was served following the program, L » °' A> , c <impneys served Eas- and a dance took place at the I , *£ ner last week Sunday, and Dreamland hall lattpnrtino- ,,,„,.- ..... __•"•*»»»" --at Rochester to see On the return trip the Gard- and the local Jenkinsoiis called on the Walter K. Schobys fit Mnnnn Pll,. Tr.._ •, J. "'-"""*» MnB ° n C ' ty ' sta >' ed at the Jenkinson nson he ™ with the children while the ,1 u 'V" el last week Sundaj tno attending were cousins, Mr . ~ ..«.*, ^^womo, iur. ana „ — i-..- Ja mes Griffin, Edgington 1'orn.er Farm Vfomnn Slcli _ Minn, with five children; Mr and Mrs Grace Beckstein, north of fc Er "ff Fr °»> Havelock, with town has been sick eight months, Q rreenchildre »; Mr. and Mrs. El-' and is now at the home of Mr. and ri Campne y' Emmetslburg; Mrs. Mrs. Tom Wilson, Buffalo Center Eln , ol ? r Jol '»son, Havelock Mr where Mrs. Wilson is caring for and Mrs - Walter Campney two ier. Mrs. Beckstein, who wwK??' and p - V. Thomson, all of Grace Woodward -before marriage nl" 6 ™ 01 ' 61 Mr - and Mrs. Fred came to Hebron township acme 40 Vls ' stm Darrel Eugene. 'pn rc n cm -it.!*i t i i .. . i — They bought a farm, which Mrs i Beckstein still owns, now occu^ £Trf * Pied by the Jos. Loos family (Friday. fubbnrd Couple Plans Trip— Ml* r\ rt j-1 1\T*>n A f~i -*-. .* D A " '" "t-i-iopctncr — e Zentner, Winnebago, Minn., dinar «F ivr^ of ' Mrs - Louis Ben Bode and HONEY 'N APPLE ROLL With marveloifs flavor and aroma 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt % cup Spry 3 tablespoons cold milk (about) 1 tablespoon butter 3 large tart apples, thinly sliced K cup sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon K teaspoon nutmeg fi9 teaspoon salt ^•a cup honey 1 tablespoon lemon juice Sift flour and salt together. Add i< of ' Spry to flour. Cut in Spry until miiture s as fine as meal. Easy as can be with trifile-creamed Spry! Add remaining Spry and contmue cutting until particles are size ot a navy bean. No need to chill ingred.ents. yet Spry pastry is the most mmf i"? iT der y t)UCT "tastedlSprinkle turn 'w- llahblesfpo , on at a timo ' over m *- Roll dough into a rectangle about 10 x buu, C r M and .',f-',™h thick. Spread with butter, thcnwithshcedapples.Mixsugar spices and salt. Sprinkle over apples' Mix honey and lemon j uice and pour over app es. Roll like jelly roll and seal edee of dough. Place in 12 x 7W x 2-inch baking dish greased with Spry" Prick ?$ ^"hfork. Bake in hot oven (425° F ) 30 to 40 minutes. And remember, only Spry can give you such wonderfully tender. flaky pastry as/A«l Serve warm. Serves 8. (All measurements in this recipe are Inel.) H EAVENLY pastry-flaky, tender, melting in your mouth! Glorious filling . . honey spices .. apples .. blending into one divine flavor! Do make it today. Use Spry for cakes. They'll be lighter, finer, yet mixed in half the time. You'll say it's the creamiest shortening ever. Fry with Spry. Foods are crisper, tastier, so digestible a child can eat them.TrySpry. In3-lb. and 1-lb. cans Mabus, Lakota, and Mr. and Irs. Edw. Christ, Forest City vis- William Gelhauses at Sunday. The women are isters and Mr. Christ their broth- r. Mr. and Mrs. Gelhaus expect o leave for Germany as soon as cnool is out, and will visit rela- ves there during the summer. Four-II Girls Knme Officers— The Ledyard township 4-H g met with their leader, Mrs C L, Egesdal, Saturday, April 16 ' 1 girls attending, and election' re suited in Margaret Smith for president; Nadine Hans, vice; Bessie Bosnia, secretary-treasurer; Nor ma Heetland, historian. The nex meetmg will be with Nadine on Bar^ars to Come Back— The Don Stricklers, who had been living m the J. A. Bargar louse, moved a week ago to the Ralph Geerdes house in southwest Dakota. Mr. Strickler is mechanic .t the Ley Ford garage. The Bar- gars, who moved to Boise Ida ast year, will return in May. 'ive Visit Former lakotans— Mesdames Earl Grabau, R L Villmms, Cyrus Renshad, 'carl a ' e al were callers at Harry l a ^°. n _ e J, a5r . 1M * ™*. The r neighbors, been sick, is Brought Here- drove to Rochester Sunday and brought home Mrs. Gardner's aunt, Mrs. Alice Winter-Anderson, who had been a patient at St. Mary's hospital three weeks. Mrs. Anderson lives near Burt. Mumps Patient .„;.„,„..,— Margaret Jenkinson has returned to her studies In the Algona high school, following mumps. OTHER "tfiVIOJf JTE1VS, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius, with the latter's aunt,-Mrs. Kate Holdredge, Glendale, Calif., who spent last week at the Hofius home, drove to GMmore City Sunday, and on the way there or iback viewed he grotto at West Bend. Mrs. Gar•et Dearchs accompanied them. At Gilmore City the party visited Mrs. Mame Hofius, Frank's mother, and his sister, Mrs. Lloyd Elston. Clifford Aalfs, Sioux City, spent the week-end at the Chester R. Bailey home and called on his new son and the mother at the Kossuth hospital. The son Gary is with the grandparents, and Mrs. Aalfs and the new baby will be taken there this week Thursday. • Frank and "Billy" Jenkinson are absent from school this week, though not sick. They have, however, been exposed to mumps and are staying out as a precautionary measure. They attend in No. 2 Dr. and Mrs. Harry Jenkinson, Iowa City, with their children, who had been at Rochester Sunday stopped here for the night to visit at L. A. Cruikshank's, returning to Iowa City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will and into the community some year ago. The Hedrlcks now Hve nea Algona, but Mrs. Hedrlck return to Irvlngton each Sunday. Mr English was presented with an Easter lily from the church and organizations. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus, who lived for a time in a trailer house at the George Ramus home hero are now at Graettlnger, where Leo is working with the John McGnlre grading crew. Jos. Weir and hia aunt, Mrs rerzema, and Alton Anderson love to Eagle Grove last week londay to visit the Arch Fedges nd the new Fedge son, bora since he Fedges left Lakota last fall. 'ew Members for Clinrch— Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson, ho moved to the Roby farm west f town on March 1 from the nompson neighborhood were re eived as mem'bers of the Aletho FRJENOLUiilB IRVINGTON, TO TRADE SEEDS .JOB. weir nnu ma auni, mrs Weis, Lohrville, have been visiting the John Zieniets. Mrs. Jos. Well is at a Fort Dodge hospital, where she recently gave birth to a daughter. Lavonne Sankey spent Saturday and Sunday with Frances Sorenson, north of Algona. Frances is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorenson. Paul Lemkee was out of school ,i few hours Monday, after having been struck on the hand with a baseball. One finger was painfully injured. Mrs. Grace Ramus, who had been employed at Herman Nordam's, near Titonka, is now at home with her son George. The house owned by Mrs. Lucy Reaiper and occupied by the Morris Parsons family was re-shlngled last week. Mrs. Henry Lonning returned Monday from a few days with relatives at Eagle Grove. DutehVSuper.Servii j Oil nnd Gns CS |h. ( i rcasl ' I1 l!' i 3 PHOKE 88 ' nko Hi tow Iryington, Apr. 26— The missed from the local church recently to join other churches at points where they are now residents. They were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blythe, who are now of the Grandvfew Methodist church, Lu- buque; the Earl Millers, and John and Vernon Robison, to the Presbyterian church at Burt. >ry armer Sick Bnt Recovering— Louis Sachs, two miles east of own, has .been sick for several eeks, and confined to bed, but is ow much improved, though able o do no work. A son, Eldon is working the farm. ' - V ™;. Kd "' ar(ls ' Condition Critical- Mis. George Edwards, St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, is in critical condition, following two cal tions. She ' The new, purer All-vegetable shortening TRIPLE-CREAMED! ^ j (Clip and save this Spry recipe) bloort t blood transfusions. Pastor Preaches Ont of Town- at qw, r^ C '1 rl Hani »er preached at Swea City last week Wednesda Mothers day poems. Each her is to take flower seeds, etc. for exchange. At the las meeting, which was held at Mrs Vern Barker's, it was voted to give * handkerchief shower at eacl hi ! fh? & f ° r men *ers who have birthdays in that month. Barker Birthday Celebrated- Mrs. Vern Barker entertained ,v?h ay m , honor ot Mr - Barker's irthday, which was Friday Guests yere the Peter Halsruds, the w, ! •am Boldridges, the William Metz- ns Air. and Mrs. J. M . Cox, Jos IcConne 1, and the Barney Cape- lua family, all of this vicinity nd the Earl Millers, near Bun Irs Barker entertains this group ach year at this time. Colwell Relative is Dead- Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Colwell went funeral of Mrs" Hugh° Bto^kf who ^,* P " da I' ast ''° k e ™tim.' The . Saturdav Colwells were to visit Mrs. E wo r rd Stl0ke ' W ^'' they reoei ved and had heen an invalid since a previous stroke two years ago! Chiirch Here loses Seven— beven persons have been Miller Home Again— 'Mrs 0. L. Miller was taken home Fast week Thursday morning, after having 'been a patient at the hospital a few days with hives caused by liver poisoning. She is now able to be around, ,but is weak, and Mrs. Mae Gro'be is looking after the housework. six to D. ar. Fighter Bert Sankey, son Bud, Harvey Rath, son Clinton, Herman Warmbier, and the latter's son Wayne drove to Des Moines Monday after- lehf fh f ttend . tlle v enner Ross ignt that evening. Other Irvlngton. The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church, and Mr. English- Ted devotions. Bongs were sung, and Mrs. H. T. Salbin Balked on- adult education in <orea. Mrs. Schichtl read an open etter to Japan, and Mrs. Bold- •idge read an interesting story of Indian life at the Granada mission n Arizona. Mrs. Seip and Mrs Colwell contributed articles on the Pn rV ntf Korea V^'Pectively. Mr. English gave interesting facts on ioth topics and displayed a small lasket woven many years ago by Vavajo Indians. A covered dish uncheon was served. In correction of mention in this olumn last week, Mrs. Orville Hednck was recipient of a potted hydrangea presented by the churcl nd Sunday school, instead of be"" S? 0 /. 1 - 0 lbe Rev - Mr - English Hednck was given the plant i appreciation of faithful service s pianist, ever since she moved -?;:>»,,; 1C t' 0i r f °'vii/ c "tcr f ^5?« 1a*U ty ,' «re ater £**, •ord G '" th. Traveling or Shipping? ... .ASK US! If you're planning a trip— consider the advantages of Milwaukea Boad service. Air-conditioned, luxury, lounge coaches on all principal trains .. . low priced meals . , , courteous, friendly service. Compare the. cost with any other form of travel. It you're shipping anything, anywhere—get the benefit of our advice Nothing is too large or too small for us to handle efficiently and cheerfully. The chances are you can save time, worry and money by traveling or shipping over The Milwaukee Road Your local agent will welcome the opportunity to discuss your transportation problems. 'Pile,' ° 0</ <l m "-'»"v$: *'«fe. .*«%, "arado ,""*" *• itr-^ "»• .£.?* «n 'odcst co, f . In* -cs 5$ft "•oar" ^rf,,' S5r SPECIAL CAR WASH and POLISH Get your car cleaned up now—at this bargain price. We'll do a thoro job for you. CLEMER ADD POLIII Clean and 1 polish your car—r our uit ' new car" nppear- ncc. The cost la low. oth cleaner and Oilier Lakota News. f f=? ai Z. AIussman d '"°ve to El West Bend Pastor, Wife Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clemans, Titonka, were Sunday guests at Mrs Mr » a nn J" 0 ^ 6 ' Emery Smlth ' 3 Mr and Mrs Edward Thaves, of Hurt, were wuh Emma and Louise sertlcls. atteD<3ed Presb y Mrs. Charles Phelps and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Bernard Phelps, Titonka, were guests ' and , Ml>s - Louis Hanson, son Lella - and or- "The Life Of The Party" Beady to serve at a moment's notice. Yes DOUBLE SIZE— DOUBLE QUALITY DISTRIBUTED BY Fort Dodge Bottling Works ---. Mrs. Walter Turler Bradgate, were Sunday visitors a he Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer's Wnter Resorters Come Home. The H. 0. Buells, of Burt, go ome Saturday from their annua winter sojourn at St. Petersburg Fa. They came via the Carolinas Virginia, and Dunkirk, N'Y A "••nklrk they visited a sister o • Buell, and they visited anoth sister at Chicago on the waj Doan The hazaar and supper held at the 6 aW"* APH1 10 » etted --—-- ^u & ic, A. J. Martinek, and Rudolph Larson attended a stock sale at Garner Thursday. Mrs. Amos Angle was a Britt visitor that afternoon. t nH 1 ''/ 1 ^ Mrs ' George Jol 'nson attended the wedding of the latter's niece Wednesday .morning at Britt at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Mabel Hansen will .be hostess to the Aid Thursday, Maud Brink assisting. Mrs. August Grendler, of Armstrong, spent last week with her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres. "Mrs. Stanley Simpson spent last week Wednesday at A. J Martin fi K s TWi* a o 11-«« » A u , T M ^? dl Apr> 26 ~The Rev and Mrs. H. J. Noeding will hold open house next week Monday wJrii P- m " '? honor ot their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. Noeding ' >Irs. Sinclair Critically Sick— Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Boyd, Pocahontas, spent Sunday with the lat- tho S j Ssls ^ er '. Mrs - Donald Sinclair, 'hyllis Sinclair, of Palmer was Iso here. Mrs. Boyd is tlie for- Flapper," who 'before mar- ;iage worked for the West Bend rack Mills Brother Dies- Jack Mills received a message unday announcing the death of a rother at Armstrong. The de- heen living here with but went to Armstrong last week Thursday and. died of * stroke Saturday. He was somo 7n Former West Bender Dies— 1 ,T H ' JF> And eregg received news Monday from Raymond AndereJg Minnesota, that his mother had passed away. She was Mrs Herlan Anderegg. The funeral wa* ) ibe held this_week Wednesday. Other West Bend. Dr. and Mrs. P. 0. Dorweiler spent Sunday afternoon at ll gona with Mrs. Dorweiler's mother, Mrs. R. j. Hutchison. Cornelius Dunn returned to his home at Fort Dodge Sunday, after a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn. Eva Lawman was a Sunday guest at the parental Thom'as Lawman s at Rodman. She is employed at the hotel her*. OIHHR Bread Baking Contests Featured by your Grocers Everywhere SATURDAY, APRIL 30 •• baiting, dmmpifn in yovr cwinrait, | Win o Prize and Help o Needy Family] Af/'bread entered will t« donatod f* needy families in- your eommuniry separate confesf in every sfore '^rou M« .„«. USE OMAK FLOUR _ lf YQU ^ BREA ^ ie ^ FOR THE SEAl Of MW Only 3 D IDEAL HOUR WASHER . . ar- Mrs. Simpson spent several St ivT Week with her Parents, and Mrs. Frank Johnson. $34.95 Coast-to-Coast Store JOE BLOOM to take advantage of, the 5th Anniversary Special WASH CAR SIMONIZE CAR CHANGE OIL 'ti!^n"Su^ ^J/E°?WA H x A ISp INSPECT S Bg^ON CHECK LIGHTS AND CAB LES I NOTE — Malt* I service at the slm nge ? lent8 n ™ for later i I mecs ^ e Price^But you must come m now. I Service '"'""iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/iiiiii

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