Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO Burt Girl is MarrigdTto Dows Youth CEREMONY IS PERFORMED AT BRIDE'S HOME Burt, June 28—At high noon on Sunday, June 26 <U the home oE the bride's parents Maxtne, daughter of Mr. and iMrs. George Worden, was united in marriage to Marvin Anderson, son of Mr and Mrs. Martin Anderson, ot Dows. The Kev. G. H. Wossel officiated, using the single ring ceremony. The bride wore a gown of yellow silk organdy and curried a bouquet of roses. She was attended by Opal Anderson, sister of the bridegroom wearing a flesh colored vomaine crepe dress. Donald Worden, « brother of the bride, acted as best man. Before the ceremony the bride's uncle, Glenn Wants, Dows, sang "I Love You Truly," and "O Promise Me." Me was accompanied by his wife, who also played Lohengrin's Wedding March. Following the ceremony a two course dinner was served to abou 70 guests. The newlywerts left for a snor wedding trip, after which they wll be at home on a farm near Dows. Among the guests were the bride's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. AG. Waats, Dows. who visited at the Worden home from Wednesday to Monday. Other guests were the Glen and Ralph Waats. Noi-.nnn Vanderlip, Hiram Vanderlip families, Mae Vanderlip, Martin Anderson, Chester Worden, and Ger- dalen families, Mrs. Andrew Anderson, Robert Snyder, and Mrs. Lease Building at Wesley Progresses Wesley, June 28—The new Lease & Lease hardware building here is progressing rapidly. This -week the plastering is expected to be finished. The plate glass trout i and door have been installed. The building is 22x100 and has hollow tile sides. An oil burner will furnish heat in winter, and the building will be air-conditioned in summer. The firm expects to occupy he building in August. MRS, JANSON, FARMWIFE AT LAKOTA, DIES Lakota, June 28—Funeral services for Mrs. Elso Janson, who died at the Park hospital, Mason City Wednesday, June 22. after an illiiess of several months, were bold at the Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon, and burial was made in Maple Hill cemetery. Mrs. Janson was Jennie Bosma, and she was born June 1, 1877, at Kanmir to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bosnia. At death she was 01. She Edward, who had been visiting there, accompanied her home. Mrs. Warburton visited the Rev. R. E. Cooks, who have an excellent home in the south end of town. Mr. Cook, who has a large apiary, a truck garden, etc., • has no charge at present, his health being poor, so spends his time on various projects. Two sons, Gerald and Gordon, are married, and another Glen, is in the navy off California. One daughter is married and lives at Aurelia, and another daughter Marjorie, is at home. Mr. Cook is a former Lakota Methodist pastor Arthur Losters Hare Guests— Week-enders at Arthur Lester' were Mrs. George Adams, Charles City, two daughters, and Mrs. Herman Schroeder, Dexter, Minn.. The women are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. LesteK. A grandson, Marland Lester, Elmore, was also there. Mrs. Schroeder accompanied her sister, Mrs. Ahrend Hans, and the latter's family to a Lutheran picnic at Interlaken Sunday. Former Lukotun Visits Hero.— 'Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Flowers, of Grand Junction, a daughter, and a nephew, Robert Chance, Zearing, were week-enders at Henry Mitchell's and Charles Eggerth's. Mrs. Flowers is a former resident of this vicinity, better known here as Betilah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. William Mabus, son Glen, Mrs. Mabus's mother, Mrs. Herman Gellnow, and the Adolph Poppes, Lakota, with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engelbarts, of Ledyard, and Mrs. Rose Rahm- stock, Lakota. Mrs. Engelbarts and Mrs. Poppe are sisters of Mrs Boettcher. Aged Tltonka Man Sick- Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Warburton and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warbur ton were visitors at Alrec Boeck holt's, south of Tltonkn, Sunda afternoon. Jos. Faulkner, , wh lives with his daughter, Mrs Boeckholt, had been seriously sic with the flu and bronchitis, but i somewhat better now. Hacc With a Storm Won— The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hamme ~~^"~"r-T- - "•.'. •.-'•• ^^^^^ ' • ' ^^ ^^^^^ CELEBRAT AT ALGONA returned Friday from- a visit wit relatives at Sioux City. Mr. Ham mer reported a real race with tl approaching storm, but it w beaten by a few minutes. Other Lakotn News. The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking attended a -mission feast at Kamrar last week Tuesday, Mr. Frerking preached two and ser- in QMS. . iMr. and Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw went to Mason City Sunday morning to attend the funeral of a rel- Laura Strong, all of Dows, the Floyd Howells, Nashua, the Carl Danielsons, Alexander, Ralph Hef- lers, Granada, Minn, Eugene Wor- dens, Elmore. Minn., Leon Wor- dens, Ledyard, the Carl Akers, of Rockwell City. Elizabeth Moore, of Mason city,'Edgar 'Worden and Norma Hallead, Grass Point, Mich., and the Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wesse! and daughter Lurena. >V. II. .H. S. Sanies Officers— The Woman's Home Missionary society met at Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel's Saturday -afternoon, with Mrs. J. G. Sewick as assisting hostess. Officers were elected as follows: Mrs. J. n. Sewick. president; Mrs. L. E. Roetnian. vice president; Mrs. B. W. Brooke, secretary; Mrs. C. B. Chipman, treasurer; Mrs. B. K. Bahnson. Queen Esther leader; Lurena Wessel, Home Guards leader; and Mrs. L. E. Roetman, le&d- wa s married in 1895, and seven children were born, six of 'whom are living, besides the husband and IS grandchildren. The daughter Elsie, Mrs. Heiko Bosma, died five years ago, leaving a baby son, Jannifer, whom Mrs.-Janson cared for as her own. The children are Jerry, of Thompson; Herman, Kamrar; Henrietta (Mrs. Garrett Grey), Buffalo Center; Albert, of Rake; Jennie (Mrs. Fred Stubbe) of Thompson; and Elso Jr., at home. She also left a sister, Mrs. Bertus Janson, Lakota, and two brothers, Albert Bosma and Edw. Ricke, Tl- tonka. Mrs. Janson joined • the local Presbyterian church April 3, 18HS and her pastor, the Rev. 0. H. Frerking, had charge of the funeral services. A quartet — Mesdames George Heetland, Frerking, ferry Ukena, and Jerry Heetland— sang Lead Kindly Light and Going Down the Valley. Mrs. Frerking ilso sang a solo in German. Mrs. Tery Ukena was pianist. Pallbearers were John and Jerry Heetland, W. E. and Charles Gutknecht, John Steenhard, and Heyo Berschman. News of the Cook Family— William Bell, who lived years east of town. Sisters In Get-Together— _. „ Visitors at Henry Boettcher's Sunday. many I ative, returning Monday. IMr. and Mrs. George Bntterfield, Swea City, were guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Clyde Thaves, VOUK FRIEND AT MEAL TDFE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 1 AND 2 Wise Spending er'of the Mothers' Jewels. Miss Mattie Warner, Mrs. Fred Jennings, and Mrs. A. G. Volentine bave charge of special phases of the society's work. Funeral Guest in Accident— Among the out-of-town relatives attending the Henry Ewoldt Jr. funeral last Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wholhutter, Mrs. Emily Wholhutter, Mr. and Mrs. John' Meves, Mr. and Mrs. John Claussen and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peters, and Mrs.-Anna Claussen, all of Harlan, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Seger and Kate Burgers, Des Moines. Mrs. Anna Claussen remained for a visit at the Mrs. Trina Wiese home and at the Ewoldt home in Algona Sunday she fell down the Ewoldt stairs and injured herself quite badly. Steward Reunion at Garner— The annual Steward reunion was held at the home of Mrs. Mary Steward at Garner Sunday. The W. H. Stewards, Harold Stewards, the Paul Macauelys, and Myron Meinzers attended from here. The Orville Stewards, Garner, the Jack Hennings, Algona, the A. B. Pann- kuks, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sabin, Kanawha, also attended. Mrs. Mary Steward came back with the Macauleys and is spending the week here. Mesdames Charles Eggerth and J. H. Warburton drove to Renwick last week Monday, and Mrs Eggerth visited realtives. Her son Fed. Savs. & Loan Share Accounts Bring Reg. Income Investment Share Accounts issued by Federal Savings and Loan Asso ciations have a special appeal t persons interested in investment o funds for regular income. The plar is designed for lump-sum invesc ments in amounts of $100, $500, or| $1,000, or in any other multiple ofj $100. Dividends upon such investment accounts are payable in cash semiannually. The dividend rate is dependent upon the net earnings of the association and varies according to locality and general business conditions, but usually ranges between 3% and 4%. Security of Principal and Income An Investment Share Account in a Federal Savings and Loan Association represents a desirable security for any investor who wishes to realize an attractive rate of income upon his capital, free from speculative hazards. Money so invested is loaned by the Association to home owners of the community on the security of conservative first mortgages on their property, principally upon homes. Experience has proved that this form of security stands unsurpassed as a sound investment. These Investment Share Accounts are not subject to market fluctuations and are redeemable in cash by each association according to Careful spending means extra money for amusements and special occasions . . • careless buying of foods not advertised can easily nullify the savings on advertised specials . . . Council Oiili 'Advertised Specials and everyday low prices result in a maximum saving on food purchases. Fancy Smoked Hams Cooked Jn the Can This Saturday you buy meat for Sunday and Monday, These 7 to !>•!!). "Ready 'to Serve" Hams may exactly meet your raiuire- I ments. These" tender, juicy hams may be fried, baked, or served cold as they come from the can. The price is 396 I»cr "»• * Beef Roast A nice assortment of well-covered roasts at 156 and 176 per Ib. Buy the ronst large enough so there will be roast beef for the cold meat platter. Spiced Lunch Loaf A delicious all pork product at 266 P ftr 'b. Serve cold with the Dutch Lunch. Also nice when breaded and fried and garnished with tomato sauce. LARGE AND RING BOLOGNA ___________________ Vound 146 CLUB FRANKFURTERS _________________________ Pound 166 FRESH SMOKED WIENERS _____________________ Pound 206 1'RESSED HAM _________________________________ Pound 246 LIVER CHEESE LOAF __________________________ Pound 246 MACARONI AND CHEESE LOAF ________________ Pound 246 PICKLE AND PIMENTO LOAF __________________ Pound 246 HARVEST SALE-NO, 10 CANNED FRUIT! Mammoth Centennial Pageant With a cast of hundreds to observe Iowa's anniversary as a territory! SEE IT! Historical Address by HARVEY INGHAM Iowa's most noted historian of early days and-a pioneer child in Kossuth county Kossuth historical address by M. P. Weaver ^ • v. I W Mammoth display! Your only chance to see fireworks on the Fourth this year. State law prohibits private displays. See this one! Holdings Have Vlcnic Supper— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holding and two children, Faith, S. D., made a surprise week-end visit here with Arthur's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Holding. His brothers and sisters with their families gathered at the Holding home for a picnic sup- . uy ctlw i, a^ouwuv.u.. — ? per Sunday evening. Those pres- charter provisions. They are issu- ent included the Ivan Long, Mer- e( j j n Certificate or book form, and wyn, Curtis, and Clifford Holding, may be purchased in units of $100. and W. W. Boettcher families. Share Accounts of Federal Savings and Loan Asociations are legal Californians Visitors Here— ( or investment of Trust Funds in Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richardson many o f the states, and son, Santa Paula, Calif., visit- A Unique Institution ed over the week-end at Warner- Federal Savings and Loan Asso- Whiuie_y's. The group were Sun- c j a tions are mutual thrift and home- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. financing institutions, chartered by C. C. Smith at the (Marvin hotel, the Federal Government under an Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larsen were Act of Congress. They afford a also guests. In the afternoon the I number of advantages which are noi Misses Warner and Whitney and presented in any other single form their guests visited the grotto at of investment institution. Every West Bend. Federal association must be a mem her of the Federal Home Loan Banl Sisters In Get-Together Here— System and must qualify for insur Mr. and Mrs. August Strom, Al- ance O f jts accounts. According to gona, Mrs. Minnie Dearchs and the Act of Congress, which author daughter Lois, Los Angeles, Calif., j zes the chartering of Federal asso and Airs. Nellie Keepers, Eugene, ciations, they may be employed a Ore., visited Sunday at the J. D. fiscal agents of the United State Graham home. The ladies are all Government when so designated b sieters of Mrs. Graham and left I the Treasurer of the United States, Tuesday, accompanied by Mrs. Insurance for Your Investment Graham, to visit a fifth sister at I Investment Share Accounts ar Rothsay, Minn. I protected against possible loss by in surance up to $5,000, for each indiv- Xake Sojonrners Come Home— \^ u& \ investor, by the Federal Sav- The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms ings and Loan Insurance Copora- returned Saturday with the group t ion, an instrumentality of the Unit of Christian Endeavor young peo- ' e d States Government. pie, who had spent the week at an Epworth League Conference at Medicine Lake, near Minneapolis. Algerian's Birthday Celebrated— Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Mrs. William Dehnert, and Mrs. Troutman, Algona, and Mrs. Ruth Louin, Humboldt, were Saturday dinner guests at the Marvin hotel in honor of Mrs. Troutman's birthday. Other Burt News. Supt. Condi t Bowie went to Marshalltown for the week-end and brought home his wife and baby, who had spent several weeks there with her parents. Members of Knoll American Legion post and Auxiliary had a pic- picnic at the Ambrose park Sunday. A. Call Mr. and Mrs. Everett Teems, of Elmore, Minn., visited Sunday evening at the Mrs. August Bahling borne. ed States Government. A Federal Savings and Loan Association is a mutual, local thrift institution based on sound, time-tested financial principles. It is operated under Federal Charter and under strict Federal supervision. It offers a safe investment for the funds with a reasonable rate of return. Its funds are loaned to home owners, secured by sound first mortgages on their property. All Share Accounts are non-assessable and no repurchase or withdrawal fees of any kind may be charged. Its accounts are chocked and verified twice annually—once by the Federal Examiners and once by qualified Public Accountants. All officers and employees are adequately bonded. < Ask for folder about Savings Share Accounts—the easy way to systematic thrift-HAclv. ?»nun canncrs must sell No. 10 fruits at less than cost they will reduce their pack this year. We believe that now is the time to buy Morning Light Fruits to repack in glass jars. . APRICOTS 456 I BLACKBERRIES - 546 PEACHES, halves - 436 I RED CHERRIES 546 PEACHES, sliced 436 I Bl'K RASPBERRIES. 596 PRUNES 296 I RUB- RASPBERRIES -596 Let us supply the fruit jars, rings, and caps which you will need to repack these quality fruits for use next winter. Olives Ji ice .plump, meaty Queen Olives. So that every one at the July 4th picnic will have plenty of olives yon should buy a big quart jar for 87c. White Loaf After checking up on crop reports you may decide to buy a good supply of this "Thirsty Flour" at our special price. The }4 bbl. bag for $1.39. FIRST PRIZE FLOUR, M Bbl. bag $1.19 Moonbeam Beverages A refreshing fizzing beverage. Flavors are Lime Rickey, Lemon-Lime, Sparkling Water, Pale Ginger Ale, Club Soda and Grapefruit Cocktail. 3 large 24-ounce bottles for 256 V' us bottle deposit. Kellogg's Special Offer Buy your supply of this popular hot weather cereal at the special price. 2 large pkgs. of Kellogg's Corn Flakes and 1 Utility Pitcher. The'combination price is 2O6- Gedney's Dill's Pickles that are carefully graded for size and cured by a special process. Pickles that are crisp and brittle and have that real dill flavor. The full quart jar for 176- Cracker Jack Youngsters insist they must have Cracker Jack for the proper observance of the Fourth of July. Buy your supply of Cracker Jack at 3 pkgs. for 106- Sum-R-Aid Nectar Tliis delicious thirst quencher made in the following refreshing flavors: Grape, Raspberry, Orange, Strawberry, Wild Cherry, and Lemon-Lime. 56 si/e makes % gallon, 146 size makes i gallons. Council Oak Bread At your nearest Council Oak Is a wide variety of fresh bread. Bread loaded with nourishment and flavor because there is up scrimping on essential ingredients in our model bakery. Sold only at Council Oak Stares, "Red Bag" Coffee Rich, smooth, full-bodied coffee to suit your (aste and purse.' Ground as yon buy it to fit your method,of making coffee, The. 'pound bag for '176 or 3 p° un< ' 1 ? f<tr 496- For White Shoe. Wilbert's 'flo-Rub' Shoe White is a cleaner that does not rub off, Use on leather, linen or canvas shoes. Buy your supply for the white shoe season at a special price. Sm*H size 76 and the large size bqttle for only 176- , RASKIN'S HARD WATER CASTILE, cake tc BLUE BARREL SOAP, 3 pound fears 13c Galvanized Pails Sturdy, well inaiie galvanized palls in the popular sUe for use in the home and wound the barn. 12-uuart pail for this sale at the low price of 286 each. • 2 Fast Baseball Games 1 P. M. Bancroft Juniors, County Champions, vs. All Star- Team composed of best players from Titonka, Wesley, and Algona teams. 3 P. M. Algona Brownies vs. Fairmont. Big e Attractions Two acts by Edna Alee & Company, world greatest revolver shot. Willie Necker's Doberman Pincers, a feature act at Chicago Stadium, and Royal Winter Fair, Winnipeg. Dobbs, Clark, and Dare, comedy acrobatic act—the Atlantic Brothers in feats of balancing skill on high perch. n The Seven Fredysons, a whirlwind European teeter board act. { •••••i^ ^ Races RACES — County Running Race; Mule Race, Jalopy flace, with cars of 1927 or older in 3 times around the track if they make it! The Wallace Brothers jShows on the Midway Music by Band Bing Cherrief , lug '-.--,- — - - Sunkbt Lernon*, per dozen ------- _-23<J California Grapefruit „ _ ..... 3 for 10c California Apricots, original ba*ket 4£c Red Beauty Plums, original ba»ket , evening of July 3i?a, MiUfe Popular Orchestra Atliiiiswoh-Day Gate, Adults 40c CWWreh under 13 Yeart Free Night Gate 25c G M , 35c

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