Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1938
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. TOWA 'eisbrbds, Fenton, on Jaunt to Coast iVISITTWO llSTERS OF IRS.WEISBROD Iton, June 21—Mr. and Mrs. Welsbrod, with the daughter « left Monday for DCS '"for a visit till Tuesday, EonTtliere were to leave lnne,Wy° n "" 1 ' for „., Boulder Dam, San K,co up the coast to Seattle, 1 Scdro Woolley, Wash., to r,.. Weisbrod'e sister, a H Stiyer. The group ex- ^™rS3^£ ?aa nd S tKtlyora formerly liv- ihe farm now occupied by George Boltes. This was some flgo . . Mrs. Welsbrod has L c n hoi' sisters In ten years. fFenton party plans to he a month. Tbcy were accoin- by Louise Baker, of Des for . , f Birthday club met last Wednesday at Mrs. Elmer 21 members attending. Two "'members, Mrs. Sigurd Olsen I Mrs Chris Thompson, were , ve d' The program was in .«, of Mrs. A. J. Kennedy and • Delbert Long, and lunch was by Mrs. William Alderson [Mrs Arthur Juhl. The next [ting will be at Mrs. Delbert cll for tfrs. Hanson— Irs Mary Hanson was honoree farewell at her home last . Thursday, Guests being Mes- George Goetsch, Charles Philip Weis'brod, Lester Isbrod, Samuel Warner, and Jbur Holldorf. Mrs. Hanson left Ly to visit a sister, Mrs. Wal- iBrandon, Mitchell, Minn., and mother, Mrs. Josephine Mott, degre, Neb. ___ prls* for John Grnnienz — |otm Gramenz was taken by iprise Sunday evening, when inds came to celebrate his Jhday anniversary: Mr. and E. C. Fauerby, Mr. and Mrs. |hur Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Sam- I Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles •us, Mrs. Arnold Klatt, Mrs. ymond Tietz, and Mrs. Wilbur Illdorf. annual Kruse reunion Sunday at The Ledges state park there, 115 attending. Mrs. Hugo Donkor, Lester, nnd her daughter Elinoro Ann visiied from last week Thursday to Monday at the parental W. J Wels- brod's. Mr. Honker came Saturday evening, and took his family homo Monday. The Francis Wares, Maple Hill wore at the Roy Chrlschilics homo Sunday. The Clyde Brooks family owa Falls spent Monday an'd Tuesday ,it John Light's ami Mal- In Mansagcr's. Some people from this vicinity Utendcd all-day services at Hurt Sunday celebrating the 25th anniversary of St. John's Lutheran 3hurch, Hcv. L. Rlcliinanii, pastor. WHITTEMORE MAN LOSES A YOUNG SISTER Whittemore, June 22—The Curtis Sheidlers returned home Sunday after a week with relatives at Waterloo and Manson. While there .hey attended the funeral of Mr. Shoidler's sister, Mrs . G. G. 3enckendorf, Waterloo. Mrs. Benckendorf had been ill with le'urt disease two years and a week ago was taken to Iowa City, where she died a week ago Tuesday. Funeral services were held at Waterloo and Manson and burial was lield at the Hope cemetery at Manson. Mrs. Benckendorf is survived by her husband, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sheidler, Manson, and three brothers, Curtis, Albert, Fort Dodge, and Durward, of Lohrville. Mrs. Benckendorf was 29 years old. bses TVcd Twelve Years- Mr, and Mrs. Harry Haase en- [lained at cards Thursday event in honor of their 12th wedding Jniversary. Guests were Mr. anJ |s. Arthur Tietz, Burt, Mr. and , Raymond Tietz, Mr. and Mrs IB. Stevens, Gladys Tieman, and pk Dreyer, Fenton. |n to E. L. Convention— Tie Rev. and Mrs. J.' G-. Water, Edith Wolfe, Mary Jane Eig- Ruth Espe, June, Ruth, and |vid Welsbrod, Eugene Newel Hershall Hartman attended a strict Epworth league coiiven- at Forest City last week fednesday. jien in Em'burg Picnic— Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller, and |ughter Virginia, and the Muel- guests, Mrs. J. R. Carlson (irril, son Bruce, Mrs. Paul Eig- and Mrs. Frank Eigler had pnic at an Emmetsburg park K week. Thursday. bnd Emmetsburg Funeral— •Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod fended the funeral of Mrs. Weis- father, Thomas Jamieson , Emmetsburg, Monday. He was Nved by his widow and six lildren. io r Fred Meyers— [Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer became [rents of a 6%-lb. daughter Sat' [% evening at the Konsuta hos They have a Hon James, 3 Other Fenton. nayne Kerber 8 pent last week ms grandparents, Mr. and J. w. Bell, Emmetsburg. Mr Mrs J. w. Bell and the Elmer "IKS, Emraetsburg, were Sunday .'Ming dinner guests at John «bers. The Bonner Iversons ! «mger, visited the W. P isbrods. Mr. and Mrs. E. A "stomp and the Frank Eigler SrJ §UeStS at Derwood JJr. and Mrs. Emil Bleckwen en "ained at family dinner Sun and guests were the Claude Cylinder, the Arthur odinan, the'Pan Bleck ..MM s °P h 'a Bleckwenn and chiici ren| Mr. and Mrs. Ole ffcwon. Mr. and Mrs. Alber n. son Gilbert, and Mr M, "}" H - Bleckwenn. ""••and Mrs. Henry Reimers amio DoroU »ea- Gerhart, Jack ; ana Georgia, were Sunday din- "fuesUi of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keimers, Mason City. Mr Pond Id Mro lir-14, ' " iaou " '-''W- «" (one, W , llfped Relmers, of Des feeai s n n( 1 thelr son Richa!>d LnL 81 ' 0 thel- e and were accom Home by Georgia Gerhard kv " visit. two Minn eapolis, and came A Adolph Pertl ' s i ' elativesatWhltteniOJ>( The Walter Pertls FV and Marjorie at F - c - B Minn, Prances Sunday to ,n e . c - * Wegenwa wer ening dinner guests a ' 8 ' and Mr - a id Mrs ch were at A. J. Ken • and Harol< Eldora Friday rs uncle and aunt r«med «„ Henry Fajiertoy. They k c B Un ^ ay - accompanle4 b; tb.6- , Mr. an< accompanied by tho William Meyer family, drove to Garner Sunday lo attend a Mission Festival. The Hev. Mr. Discher delivered the sermon in the afternoon. The two families were Sunday evening Kiiests at Martin Meyer's at Garner. Attends First Muss— The Joe Loebachs and Charley Siil/os drove lo Woden Thursday o attend the first mass of tho {civ. Charles B. Miller. They also visited relatives at Slacyville and were accompanied to Whittemore J.v Grandpa Sal/, who will visit with relatives and old friends here. \ttcmls (Ji-aiidson's Wedding— 'Mrs. Louise Nissen went to Armstrong to attend the wedding ot icr grandson Leon Looft to De- ores Kennedy. From Armstrong Mrs. Nissen wont to Spencer to visit the Lee Campbells. Mrs. Looft and Mrs. Campbell are daughters of Mrs. Nissen. Mrs. Jos. Meiirer is Home- Mrs. Joseph 'Meurer returned liome Friday after a month with her daughter, Mrs. William Frantz at Menominee, Mich. While there Mrs. Meurer attended the high school graduation exercises of her granddaughter Mae Elizabeth Frantz. June 11 Mrs. Meurer attended the ordination of the Rev. Father Charles W. Daniels at Mar- duette, Wis., and June 12 attended his first mass at Menominee, Mich. The Homer Wilsons, of Bradford, Pa., also visited at the Frantz home while Mrs. Meurer was in Michigan. Mrs. Wilson is a granddaughter of Mrs. Meurer. Birthday is Celebrated— The Herman Voigt, Art Heidenwith, George Schultz, and Henry Schultz families, the Lloyd Walkers and Rosella Voigt, of Algona and August Meyer family, of Lu Verne, were guests at Peter Christenson's Friday evening in honoi of Elaine's fourth birthday. Cards were played at four tables. Geo Schultz and Mrs. Sebers won high Mrs. Herman Voigt and Lloyc Walker, won low. Discher Substitute Pastor— The Rev. W. H. Discher, Lutheran pastor, will have charge of the Lutheran church at Fairville in July, when the Rev. H. D. Stah- her leaves there with his family for Hinton, where he has accepted a call. The Rev. Mr. Stahmer has been in Fairville for eight years The Rev. Mr. Discher will take the Fairville post till a new pastor is named. Wins Scholastic Honors- Mrs. George Mergen received word that her grandson, Paul Mergen, son of the George Mergens, 01 Roseville, Calif., had received ai American Legion certificate ant medals in eighth grade graduation exercises in the Roseville sram- mar school. He was the outstanding pupil of 120 boys and girls. His mother was formerly Lois Rantzo Attend Mission Festival— The Rev. W. H. Discher famllj RASPBERRY HHl JAM ...easy to make... economical U«e fully-ripened berries and follow the simple cup-for-cup method oa the PEN-JEL package... one recipe for all fruits. .Even the most inexperienced cannot fail! ors, and Mra. L. W. Swanson drove to Brltt Monday evening to help Mrs. Russell' Saunders celebrate her birthday. The Lutheran Aid had a'ouest day in the school basement Thursday and more than 100 attended. Lunch was served at the close of tho program. Dawn, daughter oC the Walter Vaudls, returned Saturday from Ames, where she had been for four days attending the <1-H girls convention. Marguerite Fleming, employed 11 Chicago, came home Saturday to spend two weeks with her parents, the J. M. Flemings. Annabellc' Semou accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker to Salex Friday to spend a week with Mr. Walker's parents. Laura Lee Bargman entertained a few friends at her home Friday in honor of her sixth birthday. Bobby Redlug fell from a ladder Friday and broke liis arm. Itiiiul Concerts nrc Started— The first band concert of the season was held Thursday even- ng Band members all had new Jniforms of white and black. The :)ancl will hold its weekly concerts Thursday nights. I'lnns to Enter Convent— Friends here received word that Mary Catherine, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Merril Ilawson, now of Anamosa, plans to leave soon for the Presentation Convent at Dubuque. assures success pu?« fruit powde«d PAGE Other Wliittemore. Mrs. H. E. Woodward took her son Nevin to Camp Morrison, at Clear Lake, Sunday. Nevin will stay for ten days. Mrs. Woodward was accompanied home by her daughter Marilyn, who was at Clear Lake for a week. Robert Ohland and Mrs. Charles Berlemann, Davenport, spent the week-end at James Kelso's. Catherine Kelso accompanied them home Sunday. She will finish her course in training in a few weeks. Word was received the first of the week that Mrs. Fred McWherter had submitted to another operation in a Rochester, Minn., hospital. Latest reports were that Mrs. McWherter was better. Mrs. Larson,* daughters Beulah and Loretta, Glee Bullock, and Rosella Voigt, Algona, spent last week Tuesday evening at Herman Voigt's. They helped Evelyn Voigt celebrate her birthday. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Dailey attended a homecoming at Churdan Thursday. This was the first time in 17 years that Doctor McCreery had been there. James Corigan, Omaha, visited at J. S. Cullen's Wednesday. Edw. Granseth, Fort Dodge, vieited Mr. Cullen Thursday. Edw. was a telephone operator here some years ago. The Joseph Knechts, Cletus Derners, and Anthony Derners, of St. Peter, Minn., and the Henry •Derners, of Milford, were Sunday guests at Mrs. Frank Derner's. The Herman Voigts and Raymond and daughter Elenora, Geo. Fandel family, and the George Elberts were Sunday evening guests at George Kohl's at Algona. The John Uhlenhakes, Ray Oliv- OPTOMETRIST ItROKKN GLASSES — WE C^ duplicate that broken lei whether furnished by us originally or not, A. W. AMUNSON Optometrist Above Borchard Drug Store It's A .urious Thing "Why Christen Ships" Just as we lay cornerstones, ancient seamen would not send a ship out without first performing sacrificial rites in order to ward off demons and tragic happenings. Cleaning at home is expensive arid dangerous. Why take chances. Send the garments here. Modern Dry Cleaners Fhone 537 We Deliver CONGRESS CONTINUES PERCENT Interest On Farm Loans With the Federal Land Banks and 4 Per Cent on COMMISSIONER LOANS saving to the fanners of Kossuth county over $50,000,00 a year directly through our present loans and indirectly many thousands of dojlaci more. This means an incalculable benefit to the entire business community by increasing the available volume of currency in circiilation. Farm Owners and Farm Buyers finance your farms with us on this lowest cost basis, running for 34% years without renewal, if necessary; with the privilege of earlier payments. Take Advantage of this Renewed Opportunity! SAVE MONEY Secure future of yourself and loved ones See Us Soon About Details at our office over Barry's Algona National Farm Loan Association H. D. Hutchins, Secretary-Treasurer m iiimiiimiiiimiiiiimimimiiiimiiiiimiiiii Will This tie You! Anticipating the wohderful 18-day vacation with all expenses paid? IT CAN BE DONE! IT CAN BE YOU! Contestants! Enlist your friends and relatives now to secure votes for you when they make purchases at Algona stores — the girl wit^i the most votes will win—and it may as well be you! Think of it — 17 days in the west—in the Pacific Northwest, San Francisco, Hollywood, Old Mexico, New Orleans-all tKe places undreamed of in your past. This all expense tour will go to some girl in Kossuth county. Shoppers! Save your coupons-4-ask for them. Help some deserving girl to take this wonderful trip of the west—to see the greatness , of this country—to come back enlightened and educated by the wonderful advantage of travel. Select a candidate and help—help all you can. It'll be great fun. There is no limit to time of entry. Have your favorite enter now if she hasn't done so. The rules are plain and simple. Stores that Give Coupons = Richardson Furniture Co. Wilson Bakery Gamble Store Pine Room Klassie Motor Company K. & H. Oil Station Kossuth Implement Co. Geo. Elbert Garage Howard Hardware Graham's Misbach's Kohlhaas & Spilles Cumming's James Drug Store Brownell's Council Oak Steele's Coast to Coast Store Dau Garage Nelson and Lensing Kresensky's Marigold Beauty Shop Morrison Beauty Shop Cora Miller Beauty Parlor Ben Franklin Store Dahlhauser's Madson 4^ Hanson Algona Bakery Hawcott & Ogg The Hub Clothiers Merritt Funeral Home Klamp's Service Station Johnson's D-X Station Holtzbauer & Hull Lusby Drug Store Anderson's Jack Sprat Hood's IGA Borchurdt's Long's Food Shop Gene Wray Conoco Station Zender's Harris Conoco Station AI Solberg Service Station Red's Service Station Champlin Station Deep Rock Station Algona Insurance Agency Call and Iowa Theatres Kent Motor Company Dutch's Service Station C. S, Johnson Cut Rate Grocery Dr, Scanlan Modern Dry Cleaner* Bjustrom's Foster Furniture McCormick-Deering Store Sorensen's Grocery Norton Lumber Company Smoke Shop Barker Drug Store Clopton the Tailor Sportsmen's Tavern Laing & Muckey Kossulh Motor Company Elk Cleaners Raesly Lumber Company Barry's A. & P. Store Dr. Sawyer A. W. Amunson Hovey Implement Co. Cowaii Bldg, Supply CQ, General Hospital Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaners Chrischilles Store Brown Studio Pratt Electric Co, Moe & Sjogren Cooper's Sinclair

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