Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1938 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1938
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PAGE TWO KOSSITTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Ledyardad Hurt in Fall from Pony ELDON BUSCH IS PATIENT AT HOSPITAL Potratz Reunion Is Held at the Fairgrounds Here A 3,961 Mile Cry What may be the record for a far cry was set by an| 8-pound American baby, born in this country while his father was in Germany on business. His daddy telephoned the hospital and heard the nexv arrival exercising his lungs in true newborn fashion. With modern telephone service it's easy to hear and be heard over almost any distance. Service is constantly being made clearer, more accurate, broader and more complete through developing and introducing better equipment and better methods of operation. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Ledyaru. June 21—Eldon. one of the twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. August Uusch. suffered a painful accident Sunday. He and a brother we:-e riding a pony nud fell off. Kldon, who .suffered a broken wrist bone, was taken to Ehnore. and the break was so bad that he was taken from there to the Kos= t:th has'iital. where he was to remain several days. His brother escaped with bruises. I Lotts Creek June 21—A Potratz i reunion was held at the Algona fairgrounds Sunday, and dinner and supper were served. The afternoon wa s spent at visiting. Attending: the Albert Potratzcs. the Edward Maahs family, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordes. the Albert Meyers, Frank Behnke. and Mr. and "Mrs. Fred Bierstedt, all of Whittemore: i the Richard, Herbert, and Alvin' Potratzes. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar' \Vichtendahl. Lotts Creek: the! Max Basts. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thiel. Algona: Mrs. Albert Behn- ThoiiipMin Sons in .Jaunt— The Milton Thompson and Willard Thompsons. Sioux City, and Jennie Palmer, St. Joseph,' Mo, visited the George Thompsons Sunday evening and Monday on the way home from two weeks with friends at. Milwaukee. The Milton Thompson G-months daughter Carolyn stayed with her grandparents during her parents! trip, and then Jeanne remained for a couple of weeks. Potratzes. Herman Potratz, the 1 Rudolph Potratzes. Theodore Po-i tratz. son Walter, daughter Marie.: Leon Glebe, the F. Hellers, Otto' Rarther, son Louis, Edwin Behn-j kes. the Herman Olsons, all of Westgate; and Otto Laabs, Sum-j Edw. Maahs. Whittemore, attended the funeral of a cousin nt Sum- uer last week Tuesday. Huiro r'nnlstich Has llirfhday— The Werner Gades, Whittemore. and the Emil Bierstedts, Fenton, were Thursday evening visitors at Hugo Faulstich's. It was Hugo's birthday. Daughter for Fritz Mcyors— Mr. and Mrs. Fritz ' Meyer are parents of a girl, born Saturday at the Kussuth hospital. Titonka, Other i.,« .ts Creek. Morris, son of "Doc" Olson, of Mills, spent s ner - Sh.nver for Olivia Kressin- ! -\ shower wns Riven Thursdav at the Mrs. Harry Thllws home 1 f <" - OHvia Kressln. Three tables n M-thlW • i n Prfdnv fn, nf Kpr f fs8ln ?' le! H L ,{? PI ?dlU Ph ? T- ~'n wher * he accomMnied « fm '« w 7", Oh . m ' is™ Flnor^ Pn fm. ?H e r?°i ' Saunders Gladys ' OTTOSEN BRIDE WED AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH Ottosen, June 21 — Francos daughter of Mrs. Amelia Watnem, and Edward, son of Mrs. Jonas Edwards, were married at the Little Brown church, Nashua, Saturday. The bride wore a navy blue silk, organdy gown, with a pink jacket, and carried a bouquet of sweqt peas and white carnations. . She was attended by her sister Lola, who carried a bouquet of sweet peas and pink carnations, nad Wanda Hanseii, who carried a bouquet of gweet peas, both wearing white sharkskin suits. The bridegroom was attended by his nephews, Clarence Watnem, and Harold Edwards. Vivian, sister o the bride, sang "Oh Promise Me.' After the ceremony a receptioi was held at the •home of the bride's mother' for the immediate families The bride is a graduate of the Ottosen high school in 1934, and since has been doing housework The bridegroom has for some years been farming the Edwards r . Henry Blomc. the Paul Lotts Creek w th Al"and Rusch's. James Meyer is spending a few days at the Herman Hintz home. The Hugo Mittags, Ventura, came he Her- YOUU FIUKXI) AT 3I.KAL TDIK I tended an annual Engel'bart retin- jion at Iowa Falls Sunday, \inetv- , four were present. ' i ] HIDAV AM) S.VITKDAV. .It M; ;>( AM) >i:> Dependable Quality If is n ivcll esfahlishcil reputation fur dependable quality and square dcalinir alomr "ith everyday IIMV prices that make (lip ('(Hindi Oak Stores the popular trading centers. Stores that L'Mc a posllhc guarantee of complete satisfaction musit give close attention to quality. \Valch Council Oak ads for special shcippinir opportunities. Beef Roast Vnr (Ills sale your Council Oak Market lias on display for vour personal selection sonic tender, iuicv roasts at 15c'and ISc per pound. ' ••»*• *»v Beef Shoulder Steak, pound 22c Fresh Boiling Beef, pound lie Dry Salt Pork, pound 17c Mild Cure Summer Sausage, lb. ___20c Pork Chops Fancy cent.'!- nit pork chops at 24c per pound. On request these chops will be cut with a pocket for stuffing and baking. j Fourth Son for the Dunns— ! I Friends here have received word ; of the birth of a son to Mr. and I Mrs. George Dunn. Sheldon. This ! j is the Dunns' fourth son Thev ' iwere residents of Ledyard many! >e-ars, Mr. Dunn then owning the ! ; Shell garage. From here they' i went to Thompson, where they' ; owned an oil station. Mr Dunn j is now a highway patrolman. TITONKA GIRL BURT YOUTH ARE MARRIED i I hompswis („ Family Bcunlon— i ! Mr and .Mrs. George Thompson, son Duane. and granddaughter, ( arolyn Kay, attended a Thompson family reunion at " roils 1 / ! l ."'o! per pound! Pork Loin Roasts , Son rV.r Burrows Family- Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Burrows are the parents of an 8%-lb. son, born Sunday, their second child, the first a girl. Mrs. Burrows' mother. Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Swea is in charge. Change in Oil Truck The William Paynes were Sunday dinner guests at Lars Skaar's, litonka, June 22 — itaemond Koestler, daughter of Mrs. George Koestler, Burt, and Clifford Krantz, son of Mr. and Mrs. R L Krantz, Titonka, were married last week Wednesday afternoon at 4-30 Bu . nt the Lutheran church, of the immediate fam- daughter Marion, Niagara Falls, N. Y., visited from Sunday till Monday with her aunt, Mrs. R L Krantz. Robert Downs, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs, and who has been ill since last Tuesday with pneumonia, is recovering Mr. and Mrs. Nels Benjamin, and Frederick, Gene, am' ~ ' i Ottosen, visited Jami I the W. J. Dentons. j Mr. and Mrs. William Stott Julia and Howard, spent the week, end at Storm Lake visiting at_Rob- I ert Cullen's. i Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harms and 'IT 0 sons s P en t Sunday at Mason Mrs. Clar Family Gathering at Lak The annual Holt reunion was held Saturday and Sunday at Brooks Beach, the Okobojis, 04 attending: the B. P. Holts, Peter Holt, daughter Betty, all of Ellsworth; the Adolph Holts, Radcliffe; Mrs. Clara Powers, Huxley; the Peter Holts, the Loren Daniels family, Donald Wehrspann, all of Ottosen; Frances Chambers, Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs, West Bend, daughter Patty the Maurice Holts, Windom, Minn.- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Holt, of Alpha, Minn.; Helen Holt and a Mrs ' ,- t i , " "C3 <-»ulVrll >»rtO plajed by Beada Kollasch. Mai- fcaret Richmond and Leola Weiske sang Oh Perfect Day. They were attended by Feme' and Harold Krantz, sister and brother of the bridegroom. The bride wore a white suit with blue accessories and wore a corsage of tea roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid „. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French, son Russell, and Clark Miller were ™ ay ™ V n" ing Visitors at A1 g° na ' i he William Boyken family returned Friday from a short fishing trip in Minnesota. . Mr. and Mrs. Luke Miller and Lawrence drove to Havelock for a Sunday visit. "'' S( ' k ' t ', t "' 1 ," nrk loins ' ' ' '" * ''' wl " put •'<"' « CUt roast ut Hawaiian Pineapple The Hawaiian Islands are the only source of pineapple that has a rich luscious flavor and golden yellow color. This is your opportunity to Imy a t a special price for next winter. The law ->o. j; a can 01 sliced pineapple for Post Toasties These <hi,-k toasted fluke s are packed in moisture car- Campbell's Family Tin Tomato Juice From this family tin you serve :, large 4-oz. glasses \ most mreshinir hot Heather beverage. For this sale the full °0 o/ tins are priced at 8c per can. ' Council Oak Bread following morn,n B da >-Free .Varies Draw Crowd Free movies shown L by the business men Other Ledyard 3f ews . - or o yea s 'aught at Spencer last year Gouge _, „ „, --— — -I'ciiwc, last year. ! welf'i Su "day at Lem Stock- Mr. Krantz was graduated from'- which h n h l Sh SCh001 ' after.USE THE WANT7ADS — A FEW ne attended Hamilton H,,«I. I cents can pay you big dividends. Phone 254. 34tf Minn.; the S. G., R. M., C. i,, aim Seward Holts, Clear Lake S D • Prof. E. L. Holt, Madison, Wis '; Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Holt, Garden City; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt Arnolds Park. Other Ottosen Jfews. Florence and Leslie Edwards, of West Bend, spent the week-end at Peter Holt's. Gertrude Mitsven, - — with her sister, Mrs. Percy Watnew. FIELD-RIPENED PINEAPPLES Direct from plantation to you Large, luscious — finest grown Choicest fruit—carefully packed Stimulating to hot weather appetites. Makes a wonderful gift PRICE: BEADY TO SHIP Crate $3.25; half crate $1.75 One-sixth crate 75c Low Railway Express Rates Harvest season short—order today or write for descriptive folder. FLATWOODS PLANTATION Boute 1, lake -.Worth, Fla. M n v- Mi. and Mrs. Gus Oldenberg, of Boone. were Sunday guests a Albert Barnes home. The first-named couple are aunt and uncle of Mrs. Barnes; the Oldenbergs, cousins. ?envB " e % gUeStS were ^ fhe E± "T famib '' Blue Earth : Jorgensons, and Opal Surprise Party is Given- Robert Pink, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pink, was surprised Sunday evening by 20 classmates hU°i^ e h- t0 «5 elp him "lebrate' hs loth birthday. The evening ^as spent playing lawn '"" which a wiener roast was en- oy the following: Doris Superb Corn Ciiuiied Corn |, r iced at a dime i s nothing unusual When pm-e Superb Cream Style Country (Gentleman Cora for this " Cake Flour Hake your next cake from Kol.h Ross C,,ke Flour. Try a age o, |{,,l,h Koss Cake I-'lour at a special price of 19c <••! Oak guaranlees the haking o.uality of tl,[ s cake flonV. . Council Oak Tea Sweet Pickles n a *l,M an ?, meilSnieIer ' Who had ,h ' °, !l U ' uck a yeai '- has the truck and business to L Strand, of the Shell garage & hfer of'' V- M 'H S - Slrand te a udutmer of Mr. and Mrs. p w Hargreaves. west of Algona. ' ' Jhe George Borhites, of A.lden d'v'at H U D a V Veni - ng Hn ayne s - and Clarice is at a post-nuptial - --Jr m the Methodist church basement Thursday evening in former Caro'lt Reaser. TnT'co'lor scheme was peach and green. The bride was presented a lovely lamp. Tuesday Club Meets— ,,5^±l £' h ° r ™? *»tes B to Pork and Beans Council Oak Coffee A finality blend from our own roasters. J'atked i " iums! e "" * muny is N'uenfeldt. -Mr. and Mrs. Augus Knoner, Shinola White Cleaner ^hli^^jf ^4 s a ttri ff. ( >e " on Super Suds Deal This week-end you can buy at Council Oak 1 large Blue Sui.i»i- Suds and >2 giant burs of Crystal White Laundry Solp at a com- biuio i p n,TV i °" c '' •"'»• f iea i Hubbard, returned Sunday, Brands bringing them. MM'h, iim \, Hilfeny was w'th his the • • week. He went there ™X ,,«!"• about a £*'«S£? SSF Z mQ £% Hagge's. The Jack McDonalds and the Rev. Father Maynard were at John Doocy's. Bernard Payne returned to St whh H ? a l' aftel> two we eks with his father, William Payne ' and his sister, Mrs. Lar s Ska^r ' I The Legion Wordens attended a Dutton reunion at Algona Si uay. fhere were between 80 , , —* «3«*»JI. »* t_»ll Ji| Frank Fisher, low." Guest's" weVe": Mesdames C. V. Pendergast, H. A Drench, Mary Oesterreicher T A Dunmire, and Julia Nelson. Rails Visit in Wisconsin— Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball and Patricia drove to Monroe, Wis., Saturday to visit till Monday with the former's mother, Mrs. Chas. Ball i hey were accompanied by their daughter Mrs. Everett Rippentrop and baby Colleen, who will remain till after the Fourth. Attends Algona Luncheon- Mrs. H. A. French attendad a luncheon Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. H. M. Potter's, Algona, in honor of Mrs. Carl Wickston, of Grand Rapids, Mich. A . Other Titonka News. SUMMER TRAVEL *No dust—no drafts. Cool cl*an »\r completely changed every 3 minutes! HOTEL ALGONA State & Thorington P hone , 63 INTERSTATE TRANSIT LINES We are Certified Barrett Shingle Applicators—your assurance of expert workmanship and finest materials. > ._. - . • »• ••^•^^^I^BB A truly modern roof Cotv^ul, Spirit Lake, vis- Richard Zielskes last week Wednesday. biuatiou price of Sunkist Oranges, per dozen _______ 15 C California Apricots, original basket 53c Beauty Plums, original basket ____ _53c Crisp New Cabbage, per pound _ ____ 2c Seneca Supt. and Mrs. P. E. Slagle, with heir son, have gone to Minneapolis, where Mr. Slagle is Attending summer £C h 0 ol at the state university. Wesley Classon, East Chain, for his brother Ir- ' Stott home during their absence. Jean French drove to Colo last Thursday to visit Annabelle Loungsberry Friday, and the two went to Dee Moines to visit Betty Jane Graham till Sunday. Miss Loungsberry came home with Jean Sunday for a week's visit. John Everetts, Martha and Nantje Tieden, the Boyd Tiedeu family, Rake, and Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and two children Buffalo Center, visited Sunday Here's a roof that . Barrett Broad Shadow cost, too. Let us give you a NO DOWN PAYMENT trouble ' is visiting relatives at Myrtle Sachau, of Chi- Saturday for a two , wce«s viigii with her parents. J Mrs. Karl Shumway and small Botsford MOTOR OIL that's whif its so long-lasting Trained down to si, ccr and staying power-that's '•"* pomntfora mo « oroilasf ;;' athlete! Iso-Vis motor oil exceptional lubricant becau ie the degree to which Standard •pecial "workouts" have ,rai M it down for endurance. 0,;/v,{ longest lasting o/7 i s i ef t i n I so y That's why Iso-Vis in yo ; crankcasewill mea n<<mofen* before you need to add a quart!' You can prove it-and ww . ^STANDARD OILDEAIEJ FOUR FINE MOTOR OILS QUAKER STATE In cans ISO-VIS .'-. {!" "" s (In bulk POLARINE . . in bulk STANOLIND . In bulk "Gee! My Pop It getting a swell used from the KENT MOTOR Comply" Cars To Choose From Buy at Kent Motor Co. the Bargain Center of Kossuth County 1937 Fords $475 and up 1936 Fords $350 and up 1934 Fords $325 and up 1929 Fords $65 and up CHEVROLETS, PLYMOUTH'S, DODGES, Priced Accordingly See Us for Trucks EASY TERMS Kent Motor Co. Sales FOHU Service

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