Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1938 · Page 3
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KOSStTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA olentine, Former Burt Farmer, Is Dead ATURQAYAT FOLD HOME TUB twrm> STATE* HA* THE HIGHEST PER CAPITA OWNfR- <»HIP OF WEALTH ON EARTH..- ,7Hlt WWW /MS TM1F9 M MUCH WfALTHAS THB WHOLE WOKiP PKWIKEP MfOAe I776/ ' I june 14—'Funeral services ' pi, Volentine, who died at bme at Fairmont, last week were held at the Metho- Mnni-ch here Saturday, the I AH Wood conducting and 1 was made In the Burt ^Volentine was from Febru- 1853 in Virginia. When 17' lu ie to Floyd county, la. He moved to Yankton, S. D., : 6 hei married Lillian McDan- They Hved at Lincoln, Neb., Lars, then came here In 1880, [he family lived on a farm of Burt many years, but In [moved Into Burt. On August Sol? Mrs. Volentlne died, and torl'l 15, 1921, Mr. Volentine lied Elizabeth Hefler. They *d to Fairmont, which has i been their home. the first marriage 11 chll- we re born, and all hut one, jrt survive: Mrs. Carrie Boy- Abbotsford, Wls.; Mrs. Edw. r Roseau, Minn.; Mrs. Wll- 'Kruger, Atwater, Minn.; : Alden "Winter, Glenburn, N. Herbert, Truman, Minn.; Cl'ar- land Roy, Kerkhoven, Minn.; irtnnd Jesse, Burt; Mrs. H. C. ' Chicago. The second wife, Grandchildren, and 21 great- Idchlldren also survive; Knowing the funeral a family Eton was held at the A. G. fntlne home Sunday:-Mrs. Edw. Jeer, Mrs. Winter, Mrs. Boyer, lend Mrs. James Stewart, Stands.; and daughter, ,tha Her' Volentine, Roy .and'.Clarence 'ntlne, Mrs. Schau and two v and the J. -A. Volentines. lianc Wonwn Visits Hc.rc— Irs. Edgar James, .of .Spokane, Ih., arrived Sunday for a few at the home-of her brother, Manus. The George' Mant, Nortlrwood, whom' she had visiting, brought .her. Mrs. !9 once taught music here. Jen DniiRlifer to: Wetl--' Innouncement nas been made of Tapproaching marriage of Mary Ine, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. [irge Worden, to Marvin Ander- i, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. 1 A. An, Dows. The event will take (June 26. to Ames Reunion- Sir, and Mrs. P. F. Krlethe, with I daughter Eugenia, attended a i anniversary of Mr. Kriethe's [ss at Ames Saturday. . , Class Met Yesterday— e Golden, Rule Sunday school meets this week Wednesday ,ulu Hawcott's, Mrs. H. W. inus assisting. Bday School Has Picnic— i Presbyterian Sunday school a picnic at Interlaken this !ek Wednesday. '. Other Burt News. |Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peterson, of [eteter City, spent the week-end their daughter, Mra. B. K Jtason. Mr. and Mrs; Nels Nelin, Britt, visited Sunday at H. E (shut's. The L. E. -Roetmans, the " Chlpmans,'arid;the..' : W. J ;kwoods picnicked at the Am- iseA. Call park.' MX and-Mrs. farence Larsen,. Waterloo, epenl at S. M, Peterson's and • U-Xii-rweAj^ A SAUCER, vwra ^tKti£°^^f •iMALL PISH WAS PROVIOBP FOR "He CUP TO SIT IN WHILE A PINER SIPPEP FROM THE SAUCER / OF AWMNtt FOR EVERY WINDOW, -THE CURIOUS CHINEE, IN NANKINS, STRETCHES AN AWNIN6 OVER TUB ENTIRE HOUSETOP, tfi. PROTECTION A6AIN5T THE SUMMER <=,UH. ™« AVERAGE AMERICAN-IN INPUSTRIAL OR COMMERCIAL ..PROFESSIONAL i| F E OIVIPE* HIS 168 HOUR-WEEK,' APPRWIMATELV LIKE 1H».^4-O HOURS, WORK .„» HOURS, SLEEP— 73- HOURS. LEISURE MOUNTAINS, HAS SPIRAL HORNS! MRS, AUG. GADE, WHITTEMORE,75; CHILDREN GOME rs. Aug- Whlttemore, June ust Gade celebrated her 75th birth- lay at her home Sunday evening. Except the son Hugo, Algona, all of her 13 children, with their fam- lles, attended: the William Meyers, the Herman Meyers, the Wll- lam Roebers, the Otto Bells, the Werner G'ades, and the Edwin Jade families, here; the Hugo Faulstlchee, Lotts Creek; the Ernest Gades, Emmetsburg; the Emll Blerstedts, and the Herman Gades, 'enton; the Robert Bells, Algona; and the William Bells, West Bend. Hhers were Mr. and Mrs. Lester 3aas, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Osfvald, Hr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, son. Raymond, all here; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell and Mrs. Fred Black, West Bend. The evening was spent at visiting and cards. George Larsen's. The Ar-.hur Fan- dels fished at Lost Island Lake Saturday night and vUited Whittemore relatives next day. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blelcli spent Sunday at Henry Kregar's West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kaw- co'tt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward, a son, and Mrs. Bertha Wallace were dinner guests- at G. P. Hawcott's in honor of R. F. Hawcott's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hayward, with a son; returned Friday from Pine Island, Minn., where they had spent a week or two with Mr. Hayward's parents. Mr. Hayward and Dale Kearns, who had been visiting here, left immediately for Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, of Fenton, and the W. W. Boettchers were Sunday dinner guests at L. A. Boettcher's. The Harry Loers, Forest City, were afternoon visitors at H. G. McMullen's. These families knew each other at May City. Beada Kollasch, who works at Des Moines, is spending a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, Lorraine Kollasch, also vacationing at home, spent the week-end with friends at the Okobojis. Muriel Hohenshell, Ames, • came last week Wednesday to visit Mary Jean McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewlck spent the week-end at their daughter Mrs. Kenneth May's, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gramenz, Moline, 111., a son, and Mrs. Anna Panek, Silvius, 111., arrived Saturday to visit the'Walter'Stewards, the H. A. Salisbury?, and. with other Burt relatives. •" •' • ; • ' : Mr. and Mrs. j. My Hulbert, o£ .'Gliddeny called .-at Mrs. Maude Hanna's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom and Mrs. Jane Blos- som, Algona, visited at Mrs. C. H Blossom's. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chlpman, son Richard, and W. E. Elvldge spent Sunday with relatives at Marshall, Minn. Mr. Elvidge's brothar Charles lives there. Mr. and Mrs. John Cran, llum- boldt, attended the E. N. Volentine funeral and visited at Mrs. Cran's brother, E. M. Toothman's. Dr. and Mrs. Royce Balmson, o Cannon Falls, Minn., spent Friday and Saturday at Dr. B. K. Balav sou's. Marie Kregar auu Anita Kerlow Ringsced, were coniirmed at the Lutheran church Sunday. The Birthday Circle will meat a Mrs. J. N. Holding's Thursday. • Burt Bible School Ends With Program Burt, June 14—A daily vacatioa Bible school here closed with a public demonstration of its work at the Methodist .church Sunday evening, the Rev. J. M. Doms, Presbyterian pastor, in charge, be- giinners and primary children in charge of Lurena Wessel. Mrs. Doms had charge of the juniors, with Mr. Doms at the head of the ritermediates, and Oriole Brooke ad charge of the dramatization of ncldents in the life of Christ. Oth- young women assisted in the chool. The children were all pre- ented with certificates, and Leslie raham, Stewart, and Wi'l- am Boettcher 'were presented with Bibles for the best work in heir departments. ' Others re- elved g'ifts for superior work. »,, viu , ir j m burg, visited last week at All children of Mr. and Mrs. Opa ^' He nry'a. Walkers In. Sunday Gathering- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Walker at- .ended a Walker reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. James E. Walker, Algona, former- | .y here, were there: Delbert and ffarold, Delevan, Minn.; Mrs. Harold Kuecker, Jefferson; the Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, Carl ..and Lloyd, Algona. The children's families also attended. Operation and Two Accidents— Bobby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirschbaum, was operated at the local hospital for appendicitis Monday. While Mrs. Charles R. Cloud, Minn., were thore last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bruner, Mason City, visited Sunday at the parental Robert Finnell's Sr. Mrs. Finnell spent last week Wednesday at West Bend at her brother Tom Clarke's. Mr. Clarke is sick. Mary Veit and Mrs. Leo Swan- eon visited relatives at Esthervllle Sunday. The John Redlngs, Lu Verne, and Mr. and Mrs. James Reding, Algona, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding. Mrs. John Wilson and her son Cornelius, with Mr. and Mrs. Russell NelHs, West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests at William Kollasch's, Algona. Mrs. John Cullen returned Sunday from Mason City, after a week there at her son Maurice's. The Cullens visited here and at Algona the same day. James Kuecker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker, went home Sunday after two weeks with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker. The James B. Geelans accompanied Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery on a pleasure trip Sunday in the new McCreery Bulck. Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Hoyt, Dundee, 111., are visiting the William Reimers family. Mrs. Edw. Schumacher, Emmets- Mrs. George W. Godfrey Billed j«_a Trof.' It is now 'Prof George W. Godfrey, or whoever prepared the program for the fourth annual Country Life Institute, June 20-22, at the State College, Ames, doesn't know his titles. 'Professor Godfrey is down to lead a conference next Monday on, Town-rCountry . . ...* . | Jl^-klj '.*»* VllUClJ \Jllf J. UYTliTV-"-><Jl-lHJ Kollasch was putting a metal top Relationships . in Church Work, on a chicken feeder a rough edge , whether he figures regularly as a cut the palm of .one of her hands-,'p r of.' in the college circle is- not one day last week. August Roe-'known here. His usual title-is her, while chopping wood; -suffered a cut on his left thumb. Infant Girl is Baptisttd— The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Freisenberg was christened Sunday at the Methodist church by the Rev. H. 'A'ien Wood; pastor, and was named Patsy. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Potter and Cora Johnson, Buffalo Center, were Freisenberg guests, and Miss Johnson Is spending the week hers. Swansons to California— Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Swanson have returned to their home at Glendale, Calif., accompanied by their son Leo, furniture dealer here, who is spending ten days or two weeks there. 'Director of Agricultural 1 Relation!' FORMER SENECA WOMAN HONORED BYTWOLODGES Swea City, June 14—Old friends n north Kosuth were Interested to note an acount in Saturday's Mason City Globe-Gazette of a surprise party given 'by the Buffalo "Jenter Masons and Eastern Stars n honor of the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Sparks. Mrs. Sparks, who served is postmaster at Buffalo Center :or some years, wks Elda Bliss be- 'ore marriage, and her parents, tfr. and Mrs. O. M. Bliss, came to Seneca township In the early '70's. Mr. and Mrs. Sparks were presented with a gift from 50 members of the lodges. Fifteen to Uapttot Meet- Delegates to the Northern Bap- List association at Algona Saturday and Sunday included tae Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Bronlewee, Mrs. Walter G. Smith, Mrs . Charles Kesler, Mrs. John Erlckson, Mrs. Floyd Treat, William Barger, Wm. Sanders, James Sanders, and Freda Burgeson. Another delegate, Mrs. Jennie 'McCrary, was unable to go. Mrs. John Jongberg was a visitor, as were also Mrs. Edward Hammond, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. James Sanders, and Florence Alberts. Busy Bee Prove Adage- How doth the little busy bee Improve each shining hour?"— Ask Constable William Blomsf.er for a vivid and accurate description. He was attacked one day last week 'by a swarm of bees belonging to a neighbor, and he emerged from the encounter with numerous painful stings about the head and face. Thereafter he went about his duties wearing a badly swollen face for a fow days. Helkcn Son Is Coming- Supervisor and Mrs. P. J. Heiken are looking forward to a vis- It from their son Maurice, his wife, and little daughter, who left Los Angeles early this week and are expected here next Sunday. Maurice, the Heiken onl / child, has not been here since 1921, when he and his parents moved to the coast. He Is a registered pharmacist and Is employed by e, Los Angeles drug company. Larson Son is Graduated— j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Larson drove to Ames Thursday to attend exercises at the State college in which their son Merlin was graduated in forestry. Mr. Larson and Merlin came home Monday night! Mrs. Larson went on to Sioux City to attend a postmasters' convention. Studies Toice at Drake— Esther Smith left Sunday for Des Molnes, where she la taking advanced work In voice and public school music at Drake university. She will begin her fourth year as teacher <n tfw Corwltli high school next fall. Local Doctor's Brother Weds— Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Minkel went to Fort Dodge Friday evening to attendjhe wedding of the former's younger brother. Other Swea City. Mr. and : Mrs. Randolph. Johnson, PAGE Wlftfitt •^^^^^^^^^^^^^fc Armstrong, and the latter's broth* er, Russell Ronney, visited their aunt, Mrs. Walter Smith, last week' Thursday eveningj Russell, who was graduated in dentistry at thd state university last week, is now; spending a few days with homo folks before leaving to begin duty as dental assistant at n federal penitentiary at Atlanta, Ga., Portland Betty Sheehan, Des Molnes, was a guest from'last week Wednesday till Monday of Virginia to Mary. Janice McWhorter. The Harvey Thompsons, of Burt', were Sunday dinner guests at Sj M. Peterson's. The Tony Jandla visited Mallard relatives. Mrs. Agnes Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Seeley, and the Seeley son Kenneth, were evening callers at Ray) McWhorter's. 'Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. McFarland were Sunday dinner guests at Henry Anderson's. The F. A. Ringsdorfs were at Jock Krebsbach's, Swea City; the George Goddens, Emmetsburg, at George Lannlng's; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Godfredson, Mason City, at Alfred Godfredson'fi. Eugene Waltman was an over Thursday night visitor at Ivan Lon's. The Waltmans now live on. a farm near CorWith. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long and the Ivan Longs were Sunday guests at John Long's, and new strawberries were served. •Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, son Alvin, and daughter lona were at Ernest Godfredson's, Algona, Sunday, and lona stayed to help with the housework there for a short time. 0¥ER IM, GAMBLE STORE MANAGER* HAVE SELECTED .' THESE BIQ VALUES PrtcMlnEff* Ml The-Law |TM*M* We h»ve combined the suggestions of all our store managers into one nuun- r moth you •£ HEILEMAN'S ICaocr Our building service is broad, belpfid— covers all home-building and remodeling problems. We can show you plans and samples of materials, help you keep costs down, and put you in touch with contractors we know to be reliable. We can help you arrange your financing, too—whether it's for a new house or a new roof. . . , And incidentally, if you are thinking of reroofing, be sure to^see Barrett Shingles. We have, tbem i*» ^yles, colprs and weights to suit ev$ry t«i|e, at prices that suit every pocketbook, We, invite you?^con&ttHafipn o» lem. Lumber Company JIM FOOL, Manager 256 'he. school had a picnic at hurch Monday. the Discher Preaches at Alden— The Rev. W. H. Paul's Lutheran . preached at Alden Discher, St. pastor here, Sunday, and Student Arnold Abel, Fort Dodge, had charge of the local congregation. • Seminary Student at Home— Erwln, son of Mr. end Mrs. August Vaudt, farmers south of town, Is spending the summer vacation at home. He Is a seminary student at St. Paul. "• Other Whittemore. 'Mrs. E. J. Studer, of Corwith, spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at Maurice Studer's. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook, Sioux Falls, visited the Studers Sunday. The Gene Studers, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Studer, and Leo Studer, St. ~ By IktsSign%Stall "Know Wliete fa Buy GOOD BEER Use cup-for-cup method on package and offering values galore sensational savings. $2JO "SOUTH BEND" REEL PLUS I 51-25 VALUE CASTING « ROD •>'" Special J I *2.39 ' BUY ONE FIRST QUALITY TIRE AT OUM REGULAR LOW PRICE AND GET YOUR NEXT TIRE AT I 20 QT. COLD PACK CANNER Holds 7 1-qt.l jars. Regular! price (1.19. Sale AIM I Price...5fO V | ICE CREAM FREEZER Metal Tab. 2 Qt Size, 2 INNER TUBES INCLUDED WITH EACH PAIR OF TIRES Approximately 60,000 tires have been «old lince we flrit made thli amazing offer. That's a crand tribute to the value lepreiented In tail tire deal. For example in the popular §00-18 size your second tire coiti only «6.6S. Two heavy inner tubes included with each pair of tires at no extra cost. Columbia tires are guaranteed in writing for II months. «... First . Si » ' Tlr» *13.27 16.63 6.97 6.63 6.17 4.67 i 4.30 3.99 3.33 Second . Tire 6.00-16 5.60-17 6.26-18 6.00-19 4.76-19 4.60-21 4.40-21 11.94 11.06 10.33 9.13 8.60 7.97' 6.66 . S Tires. S Tabu Included' $19.90 17.91 tt.59 15.50 13.70 12.90 1X96 9.M j SO Day Trial Free FIM litstsJMlon 1-GALLON CAMP JUGj Stone Linedj Wide Mouth. 98* ALUMINUM KETTLE FOR I PRESERVING) 16 Qt Size Less Covor $129 tfo complicated recipe book*... ftt> tedious methpdf when yw use PEN'JEL. Just one simple recipe for all fruits and berries plus Pen-Jel for guaranteed perfect jam* and jellies. Insist on eli th^ original powdered Imit pectin, and tave money I HEILEMAN'S Like the Old Timer, you, too,' will like this Old Style 'brew x , . here's. why: Old Style Lager is made by an old. fashioned slow method, which im- : parts a fullness of flavor that is . found only in this famous brew. Eighty-eight years, ago our brew- masters adopted the krausening process because this method of producing beer gives it a zest and . flavor not common in ordinary beers . , . these many years of experience have given us no reason to change ... . Try a glass . , . a bottle . . . or a case today , , . and you will know why Old Style is the popular bee; of people who know real beer. G. HtiUman Brewing Co., La Crosie, Wis. KENNEDY & PARSONS Distributors Phone 831 Algoim, low» FLASHLIGHT CELLS Fresh Stock; Guaranteed Quality. 2 FOR'9*1 fiLiOi 5* :;: - : - MANAGERS' SALE INSURANCE FOR ONE YEAR ONLY 50c EXTRA An EidutlM Oimfcto Offerl New Airflow Hiawatha Bicyeto Tears ahead of its time in streamlined appearance; quality, and performance. Headlight built into body. Brand new streamlined frame. Large full_length tank, and countless other features. ( ~ Cash •"••• i Price M OB P« w»»ki *1JS9 P>7«ble Monthlj. 3 TINE HAY FORK *| Spring Steel I Tines, vl Selected f Handles. 't\ •> INSECT SCREENS .- ., L Tailor Made For Popular Cars.' 49« JANBLES. BONDED HOMEWARD HOUSE PAINT I !•*(. Prle* «-95 (ml. ! Sale Price «O7Q PerGal... ? ZO' 6 Gallons, SOfiQ Per Gal... *s&22 Now Guaranteed tor S Yean Service JAMBLEI •AMi>AlilT •MMLESaMDEW MM MINT This top quality paint now offered at a special sale price. 6 GaL lots, per Gal. regular $1.45. Single Gal. regular $1.55 JUMBO TUBE REPAIR* I KIT " [Largo Size!) I A 60c Value. 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T if*lv S QT SEALED CAN •ONDEDMQTOROIL INCLUDED AT NO EXTRA COST WITH 4 OR MORE DELUXE TWIN POINT SPARK HUM. i Plugs including I Qt. Can of Ou „ *LS6 O W N fc D BY Be Sure to Read Howard on Page 5 1 - • • Qidr i . - ' " < ..iM •-'(t!" 1

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