Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1938
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PAGE! TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA Work M 1S 6 remedy f01 ' a11 Our trou- 90 per cent perspiration and 10 recent inspiration would soon bring us out of tne depression. Two acres of Iowa land • will raise enough to feed one person a year. Half the time the average nerson spends in his auto will take care of the two clLI This is the best country in the world, full of opportunities if we use our heads and hands, but we have to work. aVe W ° r T k 1 d 1G h ° urs a da y for th e ' ? rS - 1 hunt the market for bar- Always on the lookout for ountTr cnscount. Trade is increasing, This January, February, March, and April we made a 32 per cent gain over the same months last year. Givin| our customers real values is what did it. Having wha\ sell U e 8tandanl merch andtae but but pienty ° f Jimmie Neville ALGONA, I01VA DINNER HONORS WEDDING DATES AT IRV1NGTON IT "rn"o"^',"' ^ ay " '^ r> nn d MrS. H. r Sabin entertained Sunday at 5 o clock dinner in observation of the r 21st wedding anniversary also in honor of Mr. and Mrs. M L Honey, who were celebrating 'their 15th wedding anniversary. Other guests were Mrs. 'Stella Sabin, Us. Seyinore, Alice Sabin, and Lee Hiserodt. Callers in the evening ueie Mrs. Sabin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison, and Mr and Mrs. Donald Robison. ine M. L. Roneys were married .May 2, IS'M, at Algona, and the babins were married May 2 1017 at the Roney home. Mrs. Sabin is ja niece of the Roneys and before ahem ™ ade her home wltl » Fonr-ir Club Has Program— | The Cresco-Irvington 4-H club I met Saturday afternoon with Dor- lOthy King, eight members attend- img. A talk on the ritjht use of a per was given by Patricia ! pointers on** ?° r °' hy Ki " s save 'for birds. Ella Harr "was "ejected delegate to the annual convention at Ames. A discussion on -wav* of raising funds for her expenses was Held, and the members decided to give a May breakfast. Mrs. King offered her home for the occasion and the breakfast will be served there Thursday morning, Mav T '•'toll r~*~ff i .' ' "' Union 4-ff Club Hostess at Tea for Mother's Day Good Hope, May 3— The Union township -i-H c i ub entertained the mothers of members at a Mothers' day tea Saturday. ^ The girls took full responsibility for the affair, Preparing and serving refreshments and presenting a program. lie menu consisted of potato salad sandwiches, pickles, and pie, ana tne tables were riprnntoH <n the club colors, green and white Jhe program ^s presented un*r duet? Bet£ P a°nd en L P m 0dti r 1) ' nno wem, Charlene Rnti v ar « he ! day Fra ces snvp"" 1 ;. M °"}«"s Mdred Elmore talk 4 H i'fnh "^ <\ts ™Jr e ' ta , 1 7 < 4-H clubs of Lols In an ambulance, and is temporarily In the home of her brother. The Di timers were at Ames over night, returning Sunday. To Observe Mother's Day— Mothers' day will be observed at the Oood Hope and Whittemore Methodist churches Sunday with appropriate services. The Good Hope choir met Sunday evening and again Thursday evening to I practice for the occasion here. Panied r e Jiano, What I have gained from i Wrk> J ° yce Mitta reel- ,0(10(1 Sunday School Kecord— There were 112 at Sunday school on Easter Sunday; 89 the following Sunday; and 80 last Sunday. , Not bad for a country church. Is an ambition among niem- It with a son. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Immerfall. with Bdw. and Leo immerfall, Algona, were Sunday visitors at Geo Orion's." Sexton iiuuwoi-K, joyce Mittag; reel-!-*" 1 l'I»i's Guest PUT— mn ti ' Mother ' Ruth Dearchs. Each'' The Good Hope L.'A. S. met last of ho/" ,T, S F''?f nted with a Pair i week Wednesday, 30 persons at- nL h n holders worked by a '' tending. A feature of the meeting StlMMiJr 01 ?"^" 668 " Were: "»vl-|was a plant and flower exchange, tation, Mildred Elmore, Betty Tur- Plans were perfected for a Guest nei, Joyce Romstad; program, day two weeks from that day Florence Dodds, Charleno R«n, .. Gardner. Frances oren i Lettie Sarchet; decor °u£ c i e i Joyce Miltag. Jean Marie i Ruth Dearchs. Diltiners Visit, the Morgans— Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dittmer drove o Ames.Saturday morning, a nd the fovmer continued to Des Moines for the Drake relays Mrs Dittmer spending the day with the Cuttle Get Alfnlfii illoat- \ Reconditioned TRUCKS Cut as Much as $100 a Truck 1933Chev/Truck Long- wheel base, equipped with dual wheels good tires, motor good. Can furnish grain box Priced to move this Ployed at the Wagner farm, went ,10 Danbury the previous Sunday to ! j attend his brother at the wedding i jluesday night Mr. and Mrs. Warmer drove to Oto to see Mrs i Wagner's cousin, the Rev. Father | Illg, and Wednesday they came I home, being accompanied ;l s far I as Sioux City by Father 111-. j Former Farmhand in Visit— | Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Davis, Stock- jport, and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Ste- jvens, Ottumwa, arrived at L E iColwell's Saturday evening and BACCALAUREATE AT LONE ROCK NEXHUNDAY Lone Rock', May 4— Baccalaur- ^^^ ^ unda >' evening, the Rev. Thos. D. ; — f --^t,"n^ j-^uiis ^unveu i.Mr. Davis is well known here nav- . * B> ""= "«=v. mos. jj. j mg formerly worked for 0. L Mil- T S preaohin g the sermon. Roy ler for several years. Mrs. Stevens . Abbott ' Professor of natural is a sister of Mr. Davis I science at Cedar Falls, will deliver the commencement address next Kedincrs Ifave Family Dinner — The John B. Redings entertained .at a fanuiy dinner Sundny Guests (were the Nick Redings, Whitte- jmore; the Ted Wagners, Lu Verne; 11 he Orville Wagners, Mrs. Lucy \\agner. son Nick, Adeline Erpeld- IT! f ft 11 d T7<^~. i -r-, ._ ing, and Edmond, Harold Suzy Frideres, all O f Bode'; tne George Wagners and George Dirksen, Irvington. week at onlv *155 [jlVaffner Brother is Bead— """ George Wagners went 1934 Dodge Truck to Long wheel base, dual wheels, almost new tires Motor overhauled and good clean job Priced to move this week at 1936 Ford Truck Long wheel base, dual wheels, reconditioned Jnotor; almost new tires. A real buy at only ______________ _ j 1937 Ford Truck Long wheel base, duals, four new 32x6 10-r>lv tires on rear. This truck will give thousands of miles of service with very little cost, $C7£ Our price this week J/D • _ Commercial Cars 1937 Ford Pickup, 14,000 miles, looks and runs like new, this week only 1935 Chevrolet Panel, red, motor and $1 AC transmission recently overhauled, a snap *"«> c A R S Most all makes and models priced way below their actual value See est Stock ' at WE TRADE EASY TERMS Kent Motor Co. PAINT : - — -^ u . bc xu^iiers weilt tO Whlttemore last week Sunday called by word of the deatn of 'Mr. Wagner's cousin, Edward Schumacher, 33, who succumbed to a heart attack the evening before ine George Schumachers, Irvington, were also called. Mrs. Alice Miller Sick— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller recently drove to Minneapolis to visit the Loris Crawfords, and Mrs. Alice Miller. Mrs. Miller, who | has high blood pressure and heart trouble, is now confined to her bed, and physicians hold no hope for recovery. Mothers Day Services Planned— The Rev. Mr. English preached Sunday on a text taken from Joshua 14:10. Next Sunday he will preach a Mothers day sermon, and —-.ij^ii.!*,!!(, ciuui coo ricXt week Monday evening at the school auditorium. Attend Presbytery at JJoone- Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, P. M u,uuo, Cb-ristenson, and Mrs. Lissie Shell- ?eld- [\° droy e to Boone last week and Wednesday, where the Cottons and the Mr - Christenson attended Presbytery, Mrs. Shellito going to her home at Ames after spending the past weeks at W. J. Cotton's. Mi- Cotton returned home, driving to Ames Saturday, where Mrs. Cotton was visiting the Harley Shellitos. They returned Monday. Nevada Guests Entertained— The J. P. Broohrs, Nevada, came Saturday for a visit at Ora Hurlburt's. Mrs. Dora Laabs and the Alton Hurlburts, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests there. Afternoon callers were the Oraio Behrends family, Seneca, and the Everett Richardsons, Algona. The Hurl- burts and their guests spent Monday at the Behrend's. Birthday is Observed- Mrs. Henry Schroeder recently entertained at Sunday dinner and supper in honor of Mr. Schroeder's Loyd Gross had a veterinarian out Monday evening to treat a half dozen cattle affected with alfalfa bloat. There was a loss of one. Hoy ITiis I'npiilnr Disease— •Howard Sarchet is another Good Hope victim of the mumps. He came down with the disease last week Thursday night. Good Hope Woninn Side- Mrs. Orville Gardner has been sick two weeks with the flu, part of the time in bed. She has had two relapses. Other Good Hope. The roof of the Edw. Broesder home was reshingled last week. Bob Gross did work around the W. J. Cotton's, The A. H. Hannas called at the George Jentz home, Fenton, Sunday afternoon. The Theo Ostwalds, Whittemore spent Sunday afternoon at Emil Kraft's home. The ^ Fred Wegeners spent Sun-. Mrs. Sarah Wise and her daughter, Mrs. Drusie Noble, have .returned from a visit with the Mack Wise family at Mason City and the Strother Wise family, near Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell, of Humeston, and their little daughter spent a few days last week Svith the W. C. Taylors. Mr. Mitchell is a brother of Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. John Kocstler, of Burt, spent last week Thursday with Mrs. Koestler's sister, Mrs. Rosa Fitch. Hal Sailor, Titonka, was a Sun- 1 day guest at P. W. Hansen's, south of Sexton. The Clem Cunninghams of Irvington, were dinner guests at A. L. Greenfield's. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise spent the day Sunday at Lu Verne, guests of Mrs. Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss. A home project meeting for Sexton women will be held next Wednesday at Mrs. Lon Gouge's, north of Wesley. Verle Eraser is having the mumps. MAY Grand O&L. Announcement rftiifri.i s\ «ft*^-»Y*«r*-*. >*•* .*.-.^_. ^ THE Ol'KMNO OF THE HOME MADE ICE C1U3A] \ I SIIOl> SEHVT?TH We nre to f ca iiro Frosted Mai Giant Malted To acquaint you with our si Milk c '»l drink S THIS COUPON AND 5c entitles you to a GUAM) MALTED MILK Saturday or Sunday May 6 or 7 THIS MILK Saturday or Sunday May fi or 7 A Y fin Christensons spent Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton, spent the week-end I wiht Elma Krueger. f o TTM •'„ . Peraons s Pent Sunday t S. M. Orvick's, Ledyard. 8J)ent » . i* *.4^u*»ci o ua.y surujon, and the Junior department will present a special short service honoring the mothers. Schoolgirl Attends Academy- Lois, small daughter of Mr. an d Mrs. Elmer Dole who had been a >upil at Irvington, started school at the academy at Algona Monday and will finish the term there. OTHER IRTIJfGTON The Aid met last week Thursday afternoon, 11 members and four visitors in attendance. The afternoon was spent at tying a com- 1 ° rtel j Hostesses were Mrs. Jacob * J ~~~ ' " Edward Blan- . -~ ..*,«>** *,, LU Verne, he John Webers, Irvington, and he Albert Grooters family, Algona iad a picnic dinner at the Am>rose A. Call state park, following il/lf h nil i r-i At... 1- . ° "• "v-il.^1.3 0!JC1JL at M. H. Heiter's, Corwith air. and Mrs. H. J. R ice spe nt Monday at Fort Dodge. j St. Benedict I n\ywu/u> JL/o/M % *W-^ C* yk^TYvv 3 OAJNlJJx oHTefn second grade pupils received first holy communion Sunday —ng at 7:30 at the St. Bene- Cathohc church: Kenneth -Richard Ludwig, Francis Do, r. Lawrence Grangenett, Joan Lickteig Marcia Downs, Mildred Laubenthal, Arlene Arndorfer, Patricia Trunelle, Madonna Arndorfer. Madonna has two first cousins, one second cousin, a third Froelich, :ousin in her grade. Mr. and Mrs. Dan ,, -«..o. i^au rroencn, Mis Gregory Studer, and Mrs. Bertha Henigar drove to Ft. Dodge a few days ago, and Mrs. Henigar called on Monica Fritz, of Mercy hospital, who was in a car accident on Easter Sunday. tlaasdam and Mrs :hard. The Alvin Webers, lethodist church ay. services Sun bun Get our prices before you sell your wool. We are paying top market prices. JOE GREENBEKG PHONE 118 DEVOE'S PORCH paint stands up under hardest usage. Cold or hot water does not effect. Many practical colors. Botsford Lumber Company JIM POOL, Mgr. . Mrs. John Schumacher returned o her home at Woodbine with her on-in-law, Elmer Dole, last week Tuesday, after several days here. John Asa went to Iowa City Friday morning for a check-up, following the operation which he had for sinus trouble some time ago. E. H. Thomas went to Chicago by tram Saturday evening and spent Sunday with his mother returning Monday morning. The J. A. Burns family, West Bend, were Sunday evening guests at L. E. Colwell's. The Jos. Yahnkes, Whittemore, . ers birthday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs Irvin Klatt and the Harry Schmel- lings, Emmetsburg, the F. F. Schroeders and the Roy Ch'ris- chilles family, of Fenton, and the Carl Wieners. Girl for Merle Culbertsons— An 8-lb. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson Mondav morning. Other Lone Bock. Katherine Stehritz, accompanied by Mrs. Milton Marlow and Leona Schiltz, Bancroft, look Mrs. Francis Poole to her home at Fort Dodge last week Wednesdav after spending a few days at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris spent Sunday afternoon and were supper guests at Henry Henrik- sens, Ottosen. Blanche Henriksen, who spent the week-end there, returned here with the Morrises, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. r,,Toi T, Al ' ndo rfer, Bancroft. and Clara Erdmann called on Mrs Anna Huschka last week Thursday evening. She is still sick, but is much improved. The Henry Lichters and Mr. and vo TITn 1* T i_i_, _ . . «*«« ' dinner , Blanchard of the were week-end guests Dole's. at Elmer Edna Batt is now employed at the Charles Egel farm. Mrs. Paul Hudson has been sick with intestinal flu. LIVERMORE Mothers of girl high school seniors entertained the class at the town hall Monday evening at a kid Party. Members of the class, which numbers 32, 17 of whom are girls, attend m costume. Partners for lunch were drawn by matching Pictures of birds and animals Members of the school faculty and tneir wives were guests. Mrs. Ethel Aaronson, who had >een at Archie Notestine's, near lardy, has returned to her home here, recently vacated by the Robert Devines. Mrs. Aaronson operated the local Aaronsou hotel for many years. . s o e Albert ThompsonSi Bancroft Thfl Misses Eva Whitney and Mattie Warner, Burt, spent Friday afternoon with the Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson called at the home of her father, Ernest Krueger, Burt, Sunday afternoon. The A. P. Kruegers, of Fairmont, were also there. Mrs. Virgil Schrader, Burt, spent Friday afternoon at George Long's. The Longs and the Clarence Ack- ersons spent Sunday evening at Asa Warner's, Ledyard. Mrs. Frank Flaig and daughter Mary Ann spent Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Caroline Ackarman's, Burt Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, of Algona, were also there. The Merwln Marlows and the Melvin Hawks family were Saturday night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Donnell Jr. The Oscar Voights, of Alden, Minn., spent a week ago Monday at Lloyd Hutchinson's and with the Adolph Meyers family. The Clarence Andersons and Mrs. G-. J. Burt, Armstrong, were Sunday dinner 'guests at Jim Ackarman's. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rowe and daughter Dorothy, Ceylon, Minn., spent Saturday and Sunday at Fred Rowe'e. Frank and Fred Flaig made a business trip to Des Moines Sunday, returning Monday. ' iMr. and. Mrs. Andrew Kadlng, of Lotts Creek, spent Sunday afternoon at Fred Haack's. The Arthur Bakers, Good Hope, spent Sunday afternoon and evening at I. W. Nelson's. 'Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Al- Igona, spent Sunday afternoon at ™r, - r. an Mrs. Walter Lichter, Algona, with Margaret Lichter, Fort Dort-e were guests- at Jack Ludwig's Sunday. The Leo Arndorfers, Mrs. Dora Arndorfer, and Mrs. Clara Erdmann, Bancroft, were Sunday visitors at Mike Arndorfer's. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Froelich and Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna were at Henry Arndorfer's. Mrs. Alfred Nelson and her son Charles accompanied the EUen- bachers to Sioux City to attend ordination Sunday of the Eisenbacher son Linus. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Kelly We have a complete display O f plants ami cut flowers, through the courtesy of the Al- S°»? Greenhouse. Come in an<Uelec yoi r favorite plant and we will deliver it to your mother on Mother's Day. Gifts That Will Please- GOOBLIN CHOCOLATES small dainty >piecei; per Ib. GOOBLIN TRIO ASSORTMENT, pe- GOOBLIN CHOCO. j= A LATES, milk or dark, Ib. 3UC GALES ft* j j* jk CHOCOLATES, pei Ib $ I .00 ALUMINUM BOWi filled with Gales fft 4 _,« Chocolates $1.50 MRS. STOVER'S iuNGALOW CHOCOLATES, "jjiij O j% per pound f O and OUC All of these packages of candy are beautifully wrapped especially for your mother. .$1.00 85c come m and let us show you a rfft for our B n Ior your mother. The Rexall are . . y ar leaving soon for Vinton for a vis WEDDING INVITATIONS — THE Advance job-printing departmen can show you beautiful samples See them. •> MOTHER'S DAY CANDY Beautiful boxes at reasonable prices and candy that is «6h! So good." PRICED 50°, $1,00 AND $2,00 MOTHERS DAY CARDS Bemember mother with a beautiful Bustcraft card. Lusby's Buick Dealer for Algona and Vicinity Stt JM! ately ' "« «'° and service of Buiol c.r. «heBIRU M . OLS ONCO.ofMa,onCiL ™»« wiU a dealership 'ocafon to be an » ounced at BIRUM-OLSON G °f Algona

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