Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1938 · Page 2
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As we see it— 1VK BELTKVE THAT the people who work In this bank mean more to you than the fact Hint our capital and surplus amount to $100,000. IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Deposits Insured MANY AT BURT FOR KOESTLER BURIAL RITES KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA FIELD-RIPENED PINEAPPLES Direct from plantation (o you Large, luscious — finest grown Choicest fruit—carefully packed Stimulating to hot weather appetites. Makes a wonderful gift. PRICE: HKADY TO SHIP t'rute $3.25; l m lf crate $1.75 One-sixth crafc Too Low Railway Express Rates Harvest season short—order today or write for descriptive folder. FLATWOODS PLANTATION Houte 1, Lake Worth, Fin. Burt, June 8—Among the out- of-town relatives who attended the funeral of George Koestler last week Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. William Lyman, Itichland Center, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jorges, Blue River, Wis.; Chris Koestler, daughter Helen, and son-in-law, John Deusterbech, Mr. and Mrs Otto Krahn, Whitewater, Wis.; Mr «nd Mrs. R, H. Lisius, Juanita, Neb., daughter Esther, son Milton; Mr. and Mrs. William Heerdt, Hector, Minn., daughter Florence, son Clifford, Hector, Minn.; the E. A Hansens, Bricelyn, Minn.; the Jacob Koestlers, Blue Earth Minn.; and the August Baumans, -.akota. Pastor Noeding Family, West Bend, Has Reunion lly dinner Sunday. All of thft children were at home. On May 2, date of the Noeding silver wedding, some of the children were away. Here from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lavato, Taos. N. *!., a son, and the Noeding daughter Ruth, who has attended the University of Dubuque two years and is one of this year's graduates. Ruth will teach at Earlville next year. She and Mrs. LaVatos will leave for home this week Wednesday, and Esther Noeding will go with them for the summer. Esther will attend Dubuque university next year as .1' fr.eshman. • i Former Florence Foley Graduated «*« there (rlsmans Come for Summer— Mrs. Grace Crisman, of Cedar Falls,, and his daughter Mary Jane arrived Saturday for the summer with the former's mother, Mrs. Tom Williams. Mrs. Crisraan teaches at Cedar Falls, and Mary Jane, who attended the high school there, was graduated Friday evening, May 29. Other West Bond. Mrs Alice Simmons, of Algona, win n l,, hep sla ter-in-law, "Mrs. William Riley. The Rileys and ™,^ al £ ° 8 .S? r a 1 . 18 * "Pent Sunday 'DKVOK KNAMEL is ideal fur all painted furniture. There is m> lovelier finish. Stands hard usage. Botsford Lumber Company JDI POOL, 3Tgr. ©Id §ti aner Kuw W/iete to Buy \GOOD BEER 11 Heileman's 1937 production was all bottled in standard twelve-ounce fatties, and these bottles were Jttcked end to end, you would hare a shaft of beer bottles long enough to pierce clear through the world «nd extend out above the North Pole, 2,500 miles ... and out from the South Pole, 2,500 miles. That's * lot of beer to sell in * year • .. It must be good! You will like Old Style . .. today . . . tomorrow . . . always. Its delightful flavor ii always the same—try this famous beer today. HEILEMAN'S linliiison Jtrother Uradmitrd— Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson returned Saturday from Kirksville, Mo., where they attended graduation of Doctor Biihnson's brother Royce from the osteopnthic school there. Dr. and Mrs. Royce Balm- son came hero with the Bahnsons for the week-end here, and the [men's mother, Mrs. N. C. Bahnson, and Lois Olson, Inwood, who were also at Kirksville, went home from here Monday. ('uliforniuii in Visit Here— Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer spent Sunday with Mr. Meinzer's sisters, .Mrs. R. E. Kautzky andi Anna Meinzer, Fort Dodge. Mr ' Meinzer's aunt, Helen Meinzer, of Long Beach, Calif., came here with the local Meinzers, but went on Tuesday to visit relatives at Marshall and Amiret, Minn.. She will return for another visit here. Children's Day Jfcxt" Sunday— An Annual Children's day ser.-ice will be held at the Methodist church Sunday morning. In the evening a demonstration of the vork of the union daily vacation Bible school, which has been held wo weeks at the schoolhouse, will be presented. Two Off for California— Phyllis Brooke will leave Thursday for California to visit her sis- er, Mrs. Tommy Brook, Alham- ra, and an aunt at Ontario. She vill meet Alice Eighme, local eacher, at Ames and make the rip with her. ohn Zimmerman Married The Rev. L. Richmanns went to ort Dodge Sunday afternoon to ttend the wedding of John Zimmermann, who married Etta Mae Vheat, Fort Dodge. They will live t Wheaton, Minn. Ive to C. E. Gathering— The Rev. J. M. Doras, Mary Ann mith, Lyla Olson, and Richar nd Iva Marie Brayton attended hristian Endeavor rally at La ot Sunday afternoon and evening rs. Wessel Loses Cousin— The Rev. and Mrs. Geo. H. Wes el attended the funeral of a cous n of Mrs. Wessel, Mrs. John Grif en, at Garner last week Thurs day. Al Staehle Home Again Al Staehle has returned from the veterans' hospital at De Molnes, where he had for somi weeks been taking treatment. Two to "Brain Derby"— Charles Hanna took Doroth> McDonald and Ruth Reed to Iowa City Monday to enter the "brain derby." Skating Party is Given— The "Rollicking Rollers" had a skating party at the Titonka skating rink this week Tuesday even- Ing. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham went to Webster City Saturday to attend the wedding of a nephew of Mrs Graham, Alfred Burckle, Sunday. Mr. Graham returned Monday, but Mrs. Graham went on to Des Moines to attend exercises in which her granddaughter, Betty Graham, will be graduated this week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary, and the Trenary son Kenneth spent the week-end with Mrs. Dremmel's parents at Osakis, Minn. Mrs. Leila Sperry and her son accompanied the Burt party to Burt for a visit with sisters and other Burt relatives. J. H. Schroeder and Milton McBride returned Sunday from Atchison,- Kans. Mrs. Schroeder remaining there for a further visit with her daughter, Mrs. • Charles Kenning. Mr. Kenning was Injured seriously recently. The Henry Gettmans spent Sunday at R. E. Moyer's, where a fish dinner was served. The Hans Koestlers spent the day with the Alva Ros family, near Whitte more. The Rosses are former neighbors of the Koestlers. The L. E. Roetmans were Sunday dinner guests at F. L. Ryerson's. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Me Whorter, with Marion Gilmore, al of Algona, visited the Ryersons in the evening. lona Moyer spent Sunday at hei brother W. T Moyer's, near Sexton, and her father, Edw. Moyer came here with her for a week at Ws other daughter Mrs. Hans •Koestler's. Oriole Brooke and Kermit Chris- C»v°q,', 5 ingste , d ' drov ° to Sioux Uty Sunday and brought home Or- Mrs. George Emerson, Frank Foley, and Mr. and William Johnson drove to Iowa Mi &. Mrs. City Friday to attend commencement exercises at the state university. Mrs. Shea, formerly Florence Foley, was one of the graduates. The first-named West Bend women are grandmothers, the Johnsons aunt and uncle, of Mrs. Shea, who was married after attending the university for two years, but continued her studios. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Foley, Des Moines, former West Benders. Mrs. Shea was with Oscar's sister, "Mrs." Collins, near Livermore. Frank Mr. and Mrs. William Hundertmark returned Sunday from a vacation spent In Wyoming, where the latter's uncle, Frank McColloch, lives. Eva Lawman and Betty Lou Walker were guests of the former;* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thus Lawman, Rodman, Sunday. ' , . Lorraine and Byron Boos last week at Rolfe with spent their grandmother, Mrs. A. D. deal Mrs. Frank Mikes and Mrs J C Kongsback were business visitors at Fort Dodge Tuesday. . Jos. Daubendiek, Alton, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. AV. H. Daubendiek. WEDDING GUESTS ATFUNNEMARK'S, WESLEUUNDAY Wesley, June 9—Sunday afternoon coffee 'guests at Olaf Funne- marlc's were Mrs. Andrew A. Jos- eplisoii, Judith Josephson, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Josephson, Mr. Reinhold Josephson, all of Boone; Mrs John Bohannon, the Lloyd Bohan- nons, Algona; Edwin Johnson, St James, Minn.; Herbert Johnson of Mankato; Mrs. Nels M. Johnson Alamo, Tex. The latter arrived a week ago to remain till fall with various relafivs and old friends. This group was entertained after return to Wesley from Algona, where all had attended a wedding dinner at the Algona hotel for Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Josephson, who five ounces, child, Ilene. There is one other had been married at noon at the local Congregational church. C. D. A. Deputy Installing Officers Mrs. Alfred Erdman, district Catholic Daughters deputy, goes to Lawler this week Friday to install officers of the C. D. A. there. Next Tuesday evening she will install at Mason City. The local court has been invited to attend a reception for new members at Emmetsburg Sunday. Mrs. Alice Dought, Emmetsburg, past district deputy, installed officers of the Wesley court last week Wednesday night. Florida Couple Visits Here- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Froelich arrived from Pensacola, Fla. Friday to visit Edward's parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Froelich, till this week Wednesday, when they will leave for Seattle, to which point Edward has been transferred as a navy mechanic. The couple also visited Edward's sister, Mrs. Lawrence Ricke, .Williams. Legion Auxiliary to Elect— The Legion Auxiliary will meet next week Tuesday evening for a covered-dish luncheon, Officers will be elected. The Auxiliary's quota of 300 poppies was all sold Saturday, May 28, and more than ?31 was netted. Itnvlins are Parents Again— Supt. and Mrs. Eldon Ravlin are parents of a girl, born Saturday at a Clarion hospital. The baby tlp- P ed the scales at seven pounds and leander Wolf Has New Job— Leander, second from youngest son of Frank Wolf, has accepted a position with the John Deere company at Laurens. He had worked for the company at Waterloo two years. Sirs. Young Loses Brother— Mrs. Oliver Young received word Friday that her brother, Arthu Lambdin, had died suddenly at hi home at Tracy, Minn. Priest Goes to Retreat- Father Wagner .left Monday for Sioux City to attend retreat. Other Wesley News. Louis Loebig visited relatives here Sunday. He is employed at Jack Sherman's at Williams. The John Bro'wns, Brltt, visited at Til™ L ? ebi e' s thl- ee days last week A, ,,., ee Goetz fam >ly visited at the Mike Goetz home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons, of Algona, with their son Gary, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lyons' parents Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman Barbara Louman, Mason City, was at Tillie Loebig's one day last week. The Samuel Alnes visited Lake BIBLE SCHOOL, LUVERNE, HAS 56 ATTENDING Lu Verne, June 8—A union vat- cation school opened Monday witi an enrollment of 56. The beginners and juniors are at the Meth odist church, with Mrs. Harr Lichty, Kathryn Dlmler, and Kath leen Sanford teaching the littl people and Esther Fritzemeier, as slstecl by Betty Hamus, in charg of the juniors. Mrs. Irvin Chap man and Maxine Smith have th primary department at the Pres byterian church, and the Rev Harvey Nelson teaches the inter mediates at the Evangelica church. The Rev. E. R. Walte: has charge of boys' junior and in termediate handiwork and leads the closing worship periods, wher all assemble at the Methodis church at 11:16 a. m. Music Pupils Give Program— 'Mrs. Max Patterson and hei music pupils gave d program Friday night at the town hall, and guests were mothers of the pupils and a few friends. Piano solos, duets, and trios were given. Plans had been made for a wiener and marslimallow roast outdoors, but Mills friends Sunday. The Charles Kraus family had an outing at Clear Lake with the Jacob Kraus family, Manly, an d the Herman Moelings, Waverly. Visitors at Tom Forburger's Sunday were the Martin Ble'chs Titonka, Minnie Kutschara, Arthur and Frank Bleich, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Garman, and the Sylvester ^armans. The Evert Andersons, Algona, visited at J. L. Haverly's Sunday afternoon, an'd Mrs. Matilda Johnson went to Algona with the Andersons for a visit. Gordon Giddings, son Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson grandmother, Mrs. ler. Bertha Koest- Odette Bahl, Forest City teacher, called on Lura Sewick last veek Wednesday. The George Wordens spent Sunday at Mr. Worden's brother Eu- Tene's at Elmore. The O. E. S. will meet next week Tuesday evening, and there will be an initiation. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham vis- ted the Cornel Keepers at Whittemore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy pent Sunday with son Dale at Hasou City. The Harold Stewards and Wai- ace Hawcott fished at Tuttle Lake unday. A. H. Meinzer is having his resi- ence repainted. Monday to "get ttalr'"£„££ Alice, high school principal here Donald Patterson, Bay Town Tex., arrived Saturday to C, Hf iUmen Brewing Co.. la Croat, W KENNEDY & PARSONS Distributors » Phone 221 Algona, Iowa The Emil Haase family went to Ayrshire Sunday to attend the silver wedding anniversary of a sis ter of Mrs. Hasse. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Pardal, Adel were calling on Burt friends Saturday. Mr. Fardal is a former teacher here. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick visited over Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May, Emmetsburg. Jane Koestler, Clinton, came Friday for the summer with her drove to Des Moines Sunday to visit Mrs. Giddings, who is still a patient there. Mrs. Agatha Haverly h'ad as Sunday dinner guests her sister Mrs. Lydia Igou, of Mason City, he Edw. Cinks, and Julia Ann Studer. 'Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gouge, of Hammond, Ind., and their daughter Geraldine were recent guests at Bernard's brother Lou's. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman, Lucille, and L'aSvrence spent Monday afternoon and Tuesday fishing at Spirit Lake. The Harry Mathas family visited Sunday afternoon at the latter's sister Mrs. John Furst's, Lakota. H. D. Emery went to Washington Saturday to attend the funeral of an uncle. Small Loans Up to $300 05 AUTOMOBILES LIVE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. 'Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO «ME! to Upper Des Molneg olflc* PkOM 18S Alvnn. I ow , , rain interfered. Mrs. Patterson has 14 pupils: Kenneth and Nadine Wittenburg, Ray and Donald Krause, Helen and Grace Christensen, Donald Marty, Marie Patterson, Thelma and Phyllis .Swanson, James and Philip Blumer. Fonr-H Girls Henr Program— The Sherman Shiners 4-H girls met last week Thursday at their leader Luella Blumer's, seven girls and Lucille Pepoon, H. D. A., attending. Anna Genrich gave a talk on etiquette, and Faye Krause told of kinds of chair covers girls can make. The rest of the afternoon was spent at reviewing music contest selections and pictures and playing games for the rally at Burt this week Tuesday. City Friday for medical treatmen Mrs. Hansen Is staying with he parents,, Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus, during his absence. Jennl Mason was taken to Mercy hos pital, Fort Dodge, Saturday fo medical treatment. Opening Hand Concert Given— The first of the summer concert by the high school band and othe tnlent was given on main stree Saturday. There Were 26 players and the band is directed by Wa! ter Peterson. A large crowd seem ed to appreciate the cntertainmen Otlicr LuVcrne. j Mrs. George Stoddard, nenwich and Phil Stoddard, also Renwick p spent last week Thursday at th William Bigings home. Mr. Stod dard, who teaches at Shanno I City, will attend summer sclioo at Iowa City. : The Chris McDermotts, of For I Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Richari Bradley were Sunday visitors n Lawrence McDermott's. The Wil Ham Perkins family, of Corwith spent the day at Harry Llchty's, Eldon and Robert, young sons o Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty, Al gonn, are spending two weeks will their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Kubly, and are attending the vacation church school. R. C. Surby and his dnughtei Phyllis drove to Independense Mo., Sunday and brought here the former's sister, Mrs. Nettie Brackett, and her three children for an extended visit. 'Mrs. Pearl Conoway is having a visit from her sister, Mrs. W. C. Allison, Newmarket, and a sister- in-law, Mrs. A. L. Cooper, Long Beach, Calif. .Mrs. Willard Hersche and her daughter Ann have returned to their home at Wichita, Kans., aftar two weeks at the A. D. Burtis home. The Herbert Lothringers have moved here from St. Benedict and are living in an upper apartment in the former Spooner building. School Coach Elected— 'Kenneth Park, Butler, S. D., made application for coach and mathematics teacher here Saturday and was given a contract. He was accompanied to Lu Verne by Wayne Lang, who left here three years ago with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. David Lang, now of Nora Springs. The young men were members of this year's graduating class at Western Union college, Le Mars. To Minnesota to Fish— Lu Verne people are taking ad- *-antage of Minnesota fishing these days. One party of men — A. D Curtis, Albert Schneider, Henry Hanselman, Edw. Dehnert, and ' —"... A^CHUCI L, cUlU Richard Wegner—returned Sunday. Doctor and Mrs. Corbin and A. J. Eason went up Sunday, the Harold Sorensens an'd \enneth Sorensen left Tuesday Three to C. E. Rally— T a £? 6 , a ? d Faith ''Hoppe, • Evan ^nd Virginia Lichty and Harold Trauser attended a rally of young leople in the north section of the ( ort Do^ge Presbytery at Lakota >unday. They brought "the trav- Img cup'.' home with them, hav- ng won it by passing specified re- uirements. T wo Patients To Hospitals— Andrew Hansen went to Iowa Doan 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres left Saturday for Avon, Minn., to visit relatives. Adolph Girres accompanied Roman Roth to Elgin, Neb., last week for several days visit wjth the latter's parents. Doan Aid members are to be ti.'e guests of the Sexton Aid Wednesday and guest of the Burt Aid Friday. The Guy Dlmond family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks, and the FARMERS ATTENTION CATTLE FLY SPRAY 45c Gal. Coast-to-Coast Store 5T A PACKAGE TO MAIL, OR Papers to file away for safe- eping? Ten sizes of heavy man- clasp envelopes at the Ad- nce office at 2c to 5c each. New'.and-apptak ing puddings-, froten denserti •nd pie fillings ar« kly «co» quickly and nomically T pared from th« contents of this package. Ask your grocer for Recipe Folder. DiSSERTS SS^swssaSisahjsa ssa ®3?s l «i?«s£*f!8^5 CLINTON COMPANY, Clinton, IHwa ALL-W: GATHER IN VALUE, POPUlaiTY, SALES Car owners the world overUve.for 23 C o«secuU . cuv years, bough^ more Goody,,., All- Weathers thai any other land of tire. It i, first in popularity and sales because it', fret in value; Give. greater safety ops quickest. Goodyear R-l Sentatipnal new thrift tire which givet fin*, clw tr.YeL.t A, ipw » reduced rate*. ( 5o°<*year Speedway A husky, guaranteed ti nth. 11 Goodyear >. , * WEH PICNIC GRILLE f»r 0»tii* >>Mtp Poliih, 6 <«......_.. T>uch-U P Dr f «j flg , Dutch's Super-Service F*rank Johnson family all attended the wedding of Anna Johnson to a Mr. Jacobson Sunday at the Congregational church at Wesley at. 12 been a ironic at Boone for is f IN A COOL BE LEARN what it means to health and work to t lip after a Summer night of really rcsil'nl .1 , A layer of CAPITOL ROCK WOOL blow, "?' your walls and roof customarily cuts inside i peratures 8° to 15°. ' cm " Also deadens sound—slops fire—balks ,- (1 ,i cnt , resists moisture—lasts permanently. J n r """' ' '""' fools tli CAPITOL ROCK WOOL INSULATION COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. YOUR FRIEND AT MEAL THE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 10 AM) l] Just How Carefully Do You Buy Foods? Do you save only on "advertised specials?" Thrifty Shnniw save on "specials" and also on items that are not advertised innkinK Council Oak Stores their main source of food SOB An everyday low price on every Item at Council Onk accora led by a guarantee of complete satisfaction. Pork Loin Roasts From the middle of selected pork loins we will cut you iif M ,,| roas for Sunday at 24* per. Ib. A 2 to 4 Ib. tcndcrioln SI roast for 19£ and the same size roast from the blade end" 1 14c per Ib. Pork Chops Fancy center pork chops at 24* per Ib. On reimcst these chJ AMlI be cut with a pocket for stuffing and baking. ' Luncheon Meats A wide assortment of "Ready to -Serve" meats for sandiric "er IbVn ? '"I |)Ultter ' For thls sale . a sp.** 1 ' 11 I' ricc ° r ' cure summer sausage at 2(1* per Ib. • ° Bulk Peanut Butter, pound No. 10 Fruit h,,t *i, cnnni nff fruits will not be available fur some tlntl n«* i *' 8pe i C i l J prlces sn »ST« 8 t you start home canning fcrl tivo ^\ KM , n(w ;, The Moving Light Label is yourpo*! preserm? ° e " J '' ExceUent fruit for sauce, ptaiiJ Royal Anne White Cherries, can _..47c| Red Pitted Cherries, can _ _ Western Blackberries, can 54c| " Valuo Tomatoes by what Is II Fruit Salad Pie , »,„„,.,. 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