Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1938 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1938
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RADIO REPAIR ED GENRICH Phone 52(MV At Bjustrom's • All types—all models. Auto Ifcidios n Specialty. 42-45 50 Ib. Bales 8 Jb. Balls Coast to Coast Store COUNT? ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA LOLA WARNER, FENTON, WEDS MARTIN OHM Fen ton, July 5—Martin Ohm, of Rolfe, and Lola Warner, Fentou, were married Sunday at 1 p. m. lit the Lutheran church, Lotts Creek, the Rev. Ernst Fiene performing a single-ring ceremony. The bride, in a street dress of navy blue and white marquisette, Celebration Is Success broad white hat, sequin-embroid-1 cooled down after getting off to a erod satin costume, rolled silk f a' SP - start and running it out by the jockeys Lad -von stockings, and fancy riding boots, split a bullet on the 64th-inch edge of a sword and punctured a balloon with each half of the bullet Standing on the running board of a moving car, Miss Alee did a William Tell, with her brother sitting on top of another moving car, a balloon on his head. Uegs Off at Sight. themselves before could interfere. Cherry again. In a "long-eared race," "Clem" Riley come in first on McVay's mule. Accident In Jnlopr Hnce. It was difficult to follow the jal- lopy race, with the confusing variety of vehicles, the informality, and the distraction created when i evenine Mi«= AI""" n""" ".' L " B I " ul 1IUO tno fence two- wore white accessories and a) two shots bewred%n h" mlssi "f I W <Y round the trfl ck. shoulder corsage. Her bridesmaid, j for the sake of safe v £ mexcused | , But »"er three-some said four- Viola Schumacher, Whittemore, Hiring (jh e last bniiJn «. P * nC "IJ a . ps> tllle low -slung open model "••••• --- " e labt D a'l°°n " f four driven by Howard Dyer, with Dick Cook as mechanic, showed up first carrying "Pork" and "We're from Ledyard" painted on the body. Fireworks Display Gorgeous. The ball games distracted more or less attention from the program in the afternoon. Mr. Weaver even turing (Jhe last bal'loon surrounded hei was strapped to wheel. Viola Schumacher, Whittemorel cousin of the bridegroom, wore a white sharkskin suit, with white' iccessories. Melvin Warner, brother of the bride, was best man. Immediately after the ceremony, which was attended only by the ..^ uoc , 0 members of the families, the cou-i broidered „,„,„, rn , n ,. ori >le left for Des Moines for a week with yellow satin hn" ' Vlth I'fllnHvoa. Thov ,,,111 li,~ of L,. n ,,^l -',_ , Satm bloUSBS a moving . Hungarian wonders dressed in vests of sllver-eru- taupe-colored velvet, san vlth relatives. They will live at orange-colored MM 7 r\ 1 f O tir 1m i«r\ f V» n K »! A «.«.« „ ~ .^.' : „. 1 - „ . 111* Bs, As we THE PERSON WHO learns how to manage small sums of money, »s the one >vho can handle large sums most successfully later IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Deposits Insured HEILEMAN'S Rolfe, where the bridegroom' i mployed at the August Zumac ool hall. The bride, only daughter of Mi nd Mrs. Samuel Warner, ha pent all her life in this commun y. Since graduating from high chool she has held a number o positions here, the last few months waitress at the Zumach Tavern. Mr. Ohm is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ohm, farmers near Fenton, and spent most of his life in the Fenton community, having gone to Rolfe only a few months ago. Surprise for Mrs. Bolm— Mrs. F. H. Bohn was honored at a. birthday surprise party at her home Saturday evening. Bridge was played at four tables, Mrs. Walter Jentz winning high, Mrs. George Jentz, second, Mrs. Truman Johnson, consolation. Other guests included Mesdames Amos Finnestad, Charles Newel, Dorothea Gerhards, A: J. Krause, C| F. Wegen er, Ernest Voetteler, Edw. Priebe E. J. Frank, E. K. Johnson, G. B Johnson, Everett Dreyer, and R L. Padgett. A two-course lunch eon was served, brought by the guests. and " series of PerTect.^time acts" the most extraordinary a triple aom- *** Here Are the Knees. . The first county race, with four °" -— -he horses they started and be- paused in his speech, on a sudden purst of applause occasioned by a home run, to laugh and repeat Mr Ingham's aside that it is impossible to compete with a ball game. The fireworks display was appropriately started with a covered wagon design, "1838," in the pageant, and the finale was a map of Iowa in -MOSS". Rockets exploded high above the ground in gorgeous showers of color. Fountains spray- CORWITHWOMAN, PATIENT WITH ANEMIA, DIES Corwith, uJly 5—Mrs. Ole Ham ikon, who had for six years beei- an invalid, unable to walk, dlec at her home one mile south o! Corwith Friday morning, June 24 She had pernicious anemia, but her last illness covered only « few- day s. Mrs. Hamilton's maiden name was Julia Ann, Garland, daughter of William and Minerva Garland, and she was born January 16, 1872, at Union, Tenn., being 66 at death. She was one of a family, of ten children. At 16 she joined the Christian church at Union, and 5?=« went bo'om to more laughter than the at are ©Id % Itaqer Fishermen Off for Minnesotn- Fenton people vacationing lakes in northern Minnesota Postmaster and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, daughter Betty, son Bob, Edith Laage, Mrs. Minnie Stark, guest of the Laages, Axel Peterson, and Wiliard Ranney. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch left Saturday on their second trip north this summer. They were to visit relatives of Mr. Goetsch it Grand Rapids, Minn. Dr. J. T. Waite and his son John returned Sunday evening from a week "up north." AUTO SALES IN JUNE SHOW AJOOST TO 59 Auto gales are looking up again Hfty-nine new cars were sold i Kossuth in June, according to rec ords at the county treasurer's of fice. J. L. Hilton, Algona, has bough a Plymouth; H. C. Snyder, TItonka Mrs. Jack Reisdorfer, Lakota, and H. L. Platt, Aigona, Fords; the ^d P Imple ? ent Co., Algona Chevrons ri«h ^ nw i / sold already: Paul Hawkins, Wesley, Serial DeGreeter and Walter Goche Bancroft, Plymouths; Jos. Johnson of Bancroft, William Ringsdorf, Tl- EImore ' F L A V 0 R or a real taste thrill, p l u genuine Old Style flavor ook for the Old Style shield of quality. Then go in and sk for a glass of this satisfy, ing beer. Thereafter, you are sure to isit tliis reliable dealer regularly, j ust a s a matter of course. Id Style Lager is a full-bodied beer that .wins and holds friends. Two Couples Go Vacationing— Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch aui Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tietz left Saturday for a week of fishing in northern Minnesota. Ralph Riedel is taking Mr. Tietz's place at the Home Oil company station, and Harold Geronsin is driving the oil truck for Mr. Besch. Ruskes Home from West— Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske, with the sons Ward, Kay, and Lynn, got home last week Thursday from a visit at Doctor Ruske's brother Ray's at Grand Lake, Colo. Mrs. Emma Ruske remained at her son Ray's for a further visit. Sister of Mrs. Klatt Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Ben Klatt, Emi Schumacher, Mrs. Leo Schmidt Cars OUt ^ wr haVe been sold to Ot- WIchtendahl, Lone Rock; H M Bockes, Algona; Vincent Eisenbacher, Wesley; an d R. p. . - - International Co., Algona. fireworks duck Corwith Girl Hurt in Fall from Swing Ju ' y 5 - M axine, daugh- and Mrs. A. E. Brown lnjured last ^eek , she fel1 fr °m a and ali g ht e<l on head and shoulders The Brown famTly was tta£ I 5* J° h . n Camelin 's at the time, and Maxine and her brother of she was married at 19 to Elizali Gouge, Hampton, Tenn. They lived near Hampton, and seven children were born, two of whom died in Infancy. In 1904 the Gouges moved to Pontiac, 111., and lived on a farm there till 1915, when they moved to the Corwith vicinity. From here they moved to a farm near Wesley, where Mr. Gouge died December 16, 1921. Mrs. Gouge then again Jived in Illinois, where on Christmas day, 1924, she was married to Mr. Hamilton, of Pontiac. They lived there, till January, 1928, when they came to Corwith. Surviving are the husband and the following children: Garfield Gouge and Mrs. Frank Adreon, of Corwith; Bernice Gouge, of Hammond, Ind., Lon Gouge, Wesley; David Gouge, St. Benadict: and a step-son, Harry Hamilton, of Omaha. Funeral services were heid at the First Baptist church here, with the Rev. Paul Williams in charge ter Helen left Saturday morning for the Fourth at Henrlok Failer- by's, Bldora, returning Tuesday, Clarence Jcntz, Gtithrle Center, catne^ last week Wednesday for a visit*with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz. GOOD VAUTKS IJf USED CABS. 1936 Ford De Luxe sedan; 'trunk, radio, heater, very clean. 193G Bulck De Luxe sedan; trunk heater, radio; In very fine shape. 1935 Bulck 2-door sedan; trunk, heater; In good shape. 1938 Oldsmoblle De Luxe 2-door sedan; radio, heater, electric clock, fog lights; like new. A real buy. See these cars. BIRU'M OLSON CO. Your Buick Dealer j 120 N. Thorington Phono 121 i Algona 32n42 I'you tee that sign? It's QLIEK'S for mine! Drink nolhinf bul Qluilt't "Summtr Special" for • ftw dtyi, fill you become •ccuilomid to the flavor. Than—you'll never want to if rink a iwee< beer again I 'onstruct- when a chaln broke. escaped injury, hut a doctor found that Maxine had suf- ™,M concu , ssi011 °f the brain. She from wh»n . following Tuesday, when she was taken home, where e . girl for Dr. J. E. Waller! Painter Draws a Fine. Tom Molonphy, Algona painter 4 St Benedict Badly Beaten. Wesley, July 5-The Wesley Ti- eis defeated the St. Benedict ball and interment was made in the Corwith cemetery. Stick Wounds Woman's Eye. Burt, July 5—Mrs. M. A. Dexter suffered an Injured eye Saturday when a stick she was chopping flew up and struck her. She was taken to the Kossuth hospital for treatment, and it was thought that the injury -would not prove serious. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received for the construction of a rural school building In District No. G of .he School Township of Lott. Creek, Kossuth county, Iowa, unti 8:00 p. m. July 18, 1938, In Schoo Jouse In District No. 5 in salt ownshlp. Separate bids will be received for General Constructloi and Heating and Plumbing, all according to plans and specifications by L. .H. Peril, Whittemore, Iowa Plans may be obtained from the said L. H. Pertl by bonafide bidders. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check to guarantee that the bidder will enter Into contract and furnish bone as specified. The Board reserved the right to reject any or all bids. GEO. J. WINKEL, Whittemore, Iowa, Secretary School Twp. of Lotts Creek, Kossuth County, Iowa. 42743 Fenton Portland Youth Elected Coach at Grimes School Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel, daughter Lav-.nne, and sons Harold and Lyle were Sur.day dinner guests of Mr. Newel's mother, Mrs Kate Newel, Hartley. The Hugo Mittags, Truesdale, came Saturday to visit Mrs. Mit- :ags parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz, and other relatives over the Fourth. >C. H. Geronsin and her daugli- NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE The undersigned Referee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder the North Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 9, Township 98 North, Range 28, Kossuth county, Iowa, known as the Robinson farm, on July 19th, 1938, at 2 p. m., on the premises located 1% miles north, 3% miles east, and one mile north of Bancroft, Iowa, and 3% miles south and 2% miles west of Lakota Iowa. Soil: All good black loam. Wei fenced. Improvements: 6-room house frame barn 42x32, corn crib am granary 24x24, hog house 20x30 chicken house 12x24. Good well and windmill, good grove. 60 rods from schoolhouse. Located on good gravel road. Terms: $1,000 down on day of sale and when contract Is signed by successful bidder. Balance In cash In 60 days and upon approval of Abstract, and approval of Court. Free and clear of all liens and encumbrances, except lease for 1938 to be assigned to purchaser. 42-43 F. J. WBLP, Referee. «. GLUEK'S THE TYPICAL PILSENER FLAVOR! OLUEK BREWING COMPANY - MINNEAPOLIS and Mrs. Donald Moore, the latter of Cylinder, left Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Klatt's sietsr, Mrs. Henry Lentz, Menomonie Wis., who died Friday. P. 15. Women Plan Program— The Independence Farm Bureau will meet Friday at Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern's. There will be a fine program, and an eats stand will be in charge of the Independence Idealists 4-H club, invited. The public is Hazel Other Fenton. Weisbrod and Mildred emember, for good Old Style flavor, HEILEMAH'S Old Style is packaged in bottles or in cap-sealed cans. 6. HeUemon Brewing Co., La Crojje, Wis. KENNEDY & PARSONS Distributors Plume SSI Algona, Iowa joetsch, Des Moines, came Sunday for the Fourth with their respective parents, Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. George oetsch. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, and son Sidney, and daughter Ruth Ellen went to Des Moines Sunday for the Fourth. Mrs Don Allen, Davenport, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. W. 3 . Weisbrod, and other guests Monday were Mr. Allen, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Algona, and the latter's granddaughter, Ardis Kresensky, Algona; Ray Kresensky, Des Moines; and the Joe. McGoverns, Whittemore. Carlton Stevens, Des Moines, and Bradford Stevens, Ames, came Saturday for the Fourth with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens. They were accompanied by Kenneth Fisher and Eugene Witcraft, who were also guests at the Stevens home. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Gaard left Saturday for Slator for the Fourth with Mrs. Gaard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morten Nerness. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel spent the Fourth with Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorenson, Wells, Minn. The C. C. Kitchens, Oskaloosa, and the William Kents came Sunday to visit the parental H. C. Lindseys, and on the Fourth went on a few days' outing in Minnesota, the children remaining with the grandparents. Mrs. J. G. Waterman entertained the Dorcas sewing circle last week Wednesday. Mrs. Waterman's daughter, Mrs. Delmer Cooper, the latter's daughter Colleen, and another Mrs. Cooper, all of Algoua, were guests. Mercedes Volgt, student at the Portland Twp. July 5-Edward btewart, this year's graduate of the State Teachers college, Cedar *alls, has accepted a place as coach of the Grimes high school, I.J miles out of Des Moines. He Is the youngest son of D. M. Stewart, Portland farmer, and was a '34 graduate of the Burt high school, where he won state honors in bot' baseball and wrestling. Shlplers Hare Get-Together— A Shipler reunion was held Sun day at James Shipler's. The Ear and Russell Shiplers, here, and Mrs. Earl Bellinger, Waterloo were among those in attendance Mrs. Bellinger, who came Saturday is spending several weeks with he brother Earl. 1'nls Add to Camp Fund— The Portland Peppy Pals Tuesday at the Ivan Long's, n Miss Pepoon, H. D. A., gave a talk The club cleared $9.10 from lome-made ice cream social Burt Saturday evening, and the Burt Legion Auxiliary Tuesday mrnrvimrv •* evening. Get more glasses of JAM or JELLY Be S* u « PEN-JEL, the original powdered fruit pectin b itronger— onepackagem»ke«MO«EgI«»seslOjiIy one (tmple redpe for all fruits, berries! Makes th« Jelly Jell PEN-JEL NEW me t and proceeds have camp fund. at — the been added to a State Teachers college, Blanche Volgt, employed at and the Kermore hotel, Emmetsburg, came Saturday to spend till Tuesday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voigt. Mrs. Florence Roy, Rossville, 111., son John, daughter Ann, and Evelyn Oncon, Gilbert City, 111., arrived Friday to visit at Mrs. Roy's brother M. E. Burwash's. They left for home Tuesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Ranaey, Elk River, Minn., spent Sunday and Monday with the Orville Ranneys The visitors were en route home after a visit with. Mra| Ranney'e parents at " [Jeanty Operator Guest Here— The Mennet Trunkhills drove to owa Falls Sunday, and brought home Elda Jandl for a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Tony Jandl. Elda recently purchased a beauty salon there. Other Portland. Mr. and Mrs. John Brock, Osage, were Sunday and Monday visitors at G. 0. McFarland's. Mrs. Brock is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long, accompanied the McFarlands and Brocks to West Bend Sunday to see the grotto. Mrs. Long is the former Blanche McFarland. The McFarlands and the Brocks visited the D. E. Burnetts, farmers near Bancroft, Monday. George Jandl, farmer near Fairfax, Minn., and a Mrs. Rubiskcho were Sunday guests at the former's brother Tony's. The evening before, Anthony, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl, went to Fairfax for a visit till Monday 'with the rest of the George Jandls. Week-end guests at George Larson's were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Larson, Waterloo, and the Sterling Johnsons, Jewell. Clarence and Stanley are sons, Mrs. Johnson a daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Larson. Sunday afternoon callers at G. E. McFarland's were Sharon Mann and Dorothy Faulstich. The Bert McCorkles, Algona, were Sunday guests of the R. S. McWhorters, Mrs. McWhorter being a daughter of the McCorkles. Mennet Trunkhill trucked three loads of cattle to Sioux City Monday night. The-Trunkhills, with the hired man, Harry Phillips, were 'Fourth" guests at Tony Jandl's. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon Sr., farmers near West Bend, were guests last week Sunday at Martin Becker's. Little Joan McWhorter gives a recitation this week Wednesday before the Methodist Aid at Burt. The Donald Hoods picnicked o.t the Ambrose A. Cqll gtate Dart Sunday. Mrs. Ted Ringedort entertained | Oranges _^ SEAL OF MINN. 1 FLOUR iPotatoes S 15 Ib. CUT RATE GROCERY g BAK. POWDER | Calumet S CA1V SU3VKIST SPECIALS FOR FBI, & SAT, ONLY 1 Catsup. 14-oz. bottle 9 C g Post's Hudkie Deal . 3 pkg8 . 15c | White's Pudding* 3 pkgs . 10c § Old Dutch Cleamer _ _ . , 3 can « 23c § Yeast Foam, pkg. 8c | A Necessary Evil That's what other stores say about p,^ Chrischilles Store M^3»£^ife tually say "To heck with 'era." This store is among the first to capitalize it. J terns, keeping complete stocks, pl at Sng J* H convenient and comfortable place and reaC/ the department some attention. y ' As a result, our pattern business has mcrea* leaps and bounds. Botfe Simplicity and B! stocks are complete (Simplicity, every size- wk five sizes) and at the rear of the store nU, located, you will find a large table wftft of cha lr s and room to select your P leisure. Complimenting this unusual department von fmd a complete stock of piece eoods nff% all times, the newest in yard goods Rie Pieces of summer dress goods*™!! arnvfng JJ 1 Buy Your Patterns and Materials at ChrbeUlfe What Would Sui mer be without Doris Dodson? S 50 - 45c Each S BBick or American 1 CHEESE 45c 2 LB. BOX __ POKK LOUT 1 ROAST 1 BIB | END, Ib. Breakfast Food, asst. 4 pkg. deal 29r I Vinegar 32-oz. bottle, ea. 13c " Pork and Beans No. 5 can 21c Mrs. Stewart^ Bluing, lg. bottle 13o i Pork and Beans _ 3 20-oz. cans 2.V I Spices, reg. 10c size „ 3 boxes 2Sr I A. & H. Soda . 2 Kov-. I 5c | Salad Pressing _ _ _ g-oz, Fijj Bars Hardwater Soap .'. d Lighthouse Cleanser 3 cans 13c S Tapioca. 1 Ib, bulk ^ ~~TT i ~ • • • "- ' 15c as Graham Crackers, 2 —-—— --*- I Si.3Jb8.25c I MorrelPs Potted Meat ._!'." ? cans 9c ^ Wieners, per Ib, Cherries Pears ^ Blackberries lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll No. 10 FRUIT Black Raspberries Apricots Leaches • ^*- ^iJF C £T m u ean *- wfcat would these hot st Wlth01 * the omuwtafc cool are » cm comfortable , in a i S Jarger than it and The Chrisehiite Sto\

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