Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1938 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1938
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KOSSUTH COtJNTY ADVANCE. At/irwrA IOWA Portland ciub to Todoy for a Program •PTSCALL [PULPIT IN [STERN IOWA I July 12-The Uev. H. D. I who for some years had We's Lutheran pastor at ; nreached his farewell Sunday: Following the Services a "short service outside, when Mr. -Stah- I the cornerstone for the Ulch is being enlarged .rwlse' improved. L of St. Paul's congrega- iaetsburg, attended the Iservlces, after which, at itsburg city park, a fare- lie in honor of the Stah- i place. Walter Wegener, St. ».jr, S ave a short talk joduced Richard Hengel, Fof the Pairvllle congre- Iho introduced members Elrvllle church who spoke jof the organizations: Hil- Itelman, president of the School; Mrs. Ernest Vot- 1 the Aid; Sidona Bler- J the Walther League. Mr. •was presented with a gift )nded. The rest of the af- was spent at games and dames Charles nn/i r> , S±* w "$5 *ie? r S nle Hood; another on the Portland game reserve by Mrs. 'ourtccn Off for Lakes— to |;«urT,s: s s ™: asssra.xsi ,and Mary Janice McWhorter HS»^- tr ™Mt?£- *"??? * l *** A ' rt Parents ofji girl, born July Other Portland News. Lmers left Tuesday for a le at Hlnton, near Sioux jre Mr. Stahmer has taken Ltheran pasjorate. jeting at FalrvIUe— •Independence township [reau met Friday evening Kern's, and the program large of the 4-H girls and [Iks — Marian Berkeland, l a trip to Camp Foster, jojis; Helen Kern, dele" > Idealists, and Mrs, W. ,jd, leader, on highlights late 4-H convention at radon Kerber, 4-H boys, _, tour; David Weisbrod, »s' convention. The club Ig songs studied In the I and danced the Virginia Irgaret Dunkelberg, Palo p. A., and' Dorothy Goed! Freedom Busy Bees, . talks. Following the [the club served pie and TU wu " m 5 BUO ". with Mrs. Hay jSTffi'S,.'^'- Tom Jand > Six to Intel-token Sunday | Arnold ' Anderson, Rlngsdorf, Viola and KennVth Trenary, Frank Becker, and a Bone boy accompanied the Burt tt f h ™ v and to ^terlaken Sunday. Tho band played there in the afternoon and evening. Hoods to Leave Portland— 'The Garnie Hoods spent Sunday — — xr A , andrtaunt - Mr. and Mrs. John Madden, Spokane, Wash., and other relatives there were Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, Burt, the Goo ¥&??"& an ?r J> W> Madd ens, of Haifa, Mrs. Vera Fisher, of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona. Dinner for Pair Newlyweds— Mr. arid Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, son Wayne, and the Otto Wlchten- dahls, Lotts Creek, were guests at dinner Sunday evening at William Bell's, West Bend, in Vinnm- nt j^ r came came of w' week ago, with Ivr chtl- th PhIne and John - ^ the the summer with her par- Mr n^ f ndMrs ' William Grover. Mrs> Oran Hudson, of and under the care of a train ed nurse. The William Rents, Omaha, and wl'th L C> KetT ° hen ' O^aloosa witn her sons Jerry and Clvdp concluded a week with the women s Parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C ^indsey, Monday, and Mrs. Lindsey *nr, n» son , Edward took them to v t0 , visit other relatives. „ V/, nd Ml ' Sl Charle s Ooerndt, son 8 p",^ dau / hter Florence, son Ralph, and Mrs. . George her ' and Nancy were Sunday ! suZr guests at Martin Becker's Messrs, and Mesdames A D Bruner, Des Moines, and M P Weaver, Algona, were Sunday callers at Ray McWhorter's. ,^ *!"L^ ^vvrence Doege, tisltors Are Here— pdrew Finnestad, visiting Js honored at a birthday •party at her sister Mrs. Tchell's Friday evening. Jcluded Mr. and Mrs. Sam- I, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Berke- I. and Mrs. Ole Solberg, land Mrs. Andrew Berke|, and Mrs. Mitchell took tested, her husband, Mrs. Ikaar, and the latter's | Ruth to Frost, Minn., to I Finnestad daughter, Mrs. won, and from Frost the 'ere to return to their (Saskatchewan, after two i with relatives of Mrs. ^Felncr Reunion Held— Bder-Weiner reunion .was Interlaken Sunday, 40 at- J including Mr. and Mrs. Ischilles, son .Ronald, the froeders, Mr. and Mrs. Ir, and Mrs. Martha Chrie- from Fenton. Lone )re the Henry Schroed- ICarl Weiners, and " the Telnera. Relatives from : and Grant also at 4 J, new— new Mrs. Wichten- •dahl is the former Viola Bell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bell. Eight to Methodist Camp— The Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman, accompanied by members of the Epworth League, including Mary Jane Eigler, Geneva Glaus, Hadley Bailey, Ruth Weisbrod, Ruth Espe, and June Weisbrod, went to the Okobojis Monday for a few days at the Methodist camp. TJslts Friends in Ohio— Genevieve Newel left Friday for Cleveland, Ohio, to visit friends, after two weeks here with her slater, Mrs. E. J. Frank, and Uer father, George Newel. Miss Newel will spend s ome time in New York before returning to her work as librarian at Wichita. Two Plan to Enter College- Mr, and Mrs. Hernian Dreyer, with the daughters Alice and Elvina, also Ruth and Marjorie Johnson, spent Monday at Cedar Falls, where they made preparations for Ruth and Marjorie to enter the State. Teachers college. Mrs. Charles Ol'sen,' Burt, paper- m?' William Grover's last week v ui . 1Ca ^ 1 Hansen s spent Sundav with the Peter Heldte. .. an's club program, which will be on conservation. Four to Funeral in~S. i)._ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern, Mrs. Katie Hantelman, Mrs. Mary Miler and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod attended the funeral Saturday of Mrs^ Katie Rolfe, 50, at Eagan, O. j_>. Five Back from Okobojis— M^H'S Vo'Kt. Virginia Frank, Mathilda Ruhnke, Hazel Weisbrod, and Gladys Stoeber returned Sunday from the Ojobojis, where they had been since last week Thursday. Other Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte, son Howard, daughter Beverly visited Mrs. Schulte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Formals, of Gaylord, jMinn., Sunday, and on return that 1 evening were accompanied by Mrs. George Formals to visit at the Schulte home. Mrs. Normals Is convalescing from a nervous breakdown, which had kept her in Herman Dreyer's lest week Th^urs- day afternoon and evening Frances Bailey spent last week with her sister, Mrs. A. W. Whit- WHM Arms ' tron s. and Kathryn Whitlow came here with Frances for a visit. John Bailey spent Monday and Tuesday at Henry Neuman's, Algona. The Hugo Denkers, Lester, came Saturday to visit the Don Weis mods and Sunday attended a Quaker Oats picnic at Twin Lakes near Rockwell City. Mr. Denker Is manager of Quaker Oats elevators at Lester. _™e__Melvin Mansagers, the E. J, i and Genevieve Newel, ., Kans., guest at the Frank AKvJi *r d a plcnlc su PPer at the Alfred Meyers home last week Wednesday evening. Mrs Roy Huskamp and her daughter Judy Kay are guests this w °j Mr - Huskamp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willam Huskamp, LAKOTANS HEAR OF IDAHO FARM ORGANIZATIONS Lakota, July 12—The ternoon and evening. The Rev C Wenger, Albert City, and the Rev.' L. Leikauf, Good Thunder, Minn., assisted the pastor, the Rev. A. F. Boese. Dinner wae served in the church dining room at noon, and large numbers attended all services. The offering for missions was 144. Newlywed s Home from Tour- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Outknecht got home Sunday from their honeymoon trip, after a 3,000-mile our to Yellowstone park and other points west. They report a nowstorm in the park which re- Ledyard $[£ snowplows to clear the WEST BEND township Farm Bureau held a reg-1 "L^L. 1 " 661111 ? at J . e . rr y Heetland' ^cw Job for Wilbur Sparkfr- . Har * ch ' Los Angeles,, and , *7, I f arsch - Algona, -visited at the Melvin Mansager, Alfred <3,, n ,i „ ; ""« Ga ard returned Sunday from Slater, where she ^ nt */ We , e , k wlth her Paints, Mr. and Mrs. Morten Nerness. The Robert Morris r Moines, spent ,1 Sunday with TO .. = " w v'-'ilj -i-ACCLIUIlU Friday evening, with & good-sizet attendance. An Ice cream-pie so cial was held in connection, am he proceeds (about $10) will b used towards sending a delegati to farm home .week at Ame s nex February. The program consisted of a clarinet solo by Paul Ukena accompanied ,by his mother, Mrs J. E. Ukena; vocal solo, Norma Heetland, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Jerry Heetland; and a talk by J. A. Bargar on agricultural organization as he found It in a year's stay in Idaho. J. A, Telcamp reported progress on a rural electrification project in north Kossuth. There will be no meeting in August. Missions Contribution l s $Hi_ An annual mission fest was held at the Lutheran church Sunday, with services In German in the morning and In English in the af- Mrs. E. W. Ruske. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jensen, Grand Mound, spent last week with their daughter, Mrs. H. D. Stahmer, of Fairville. ' Edw. Priebe and Henry Li nQgey attended a banquet of Allis-Cnal- mers tractor men at Algona Fridav ivening. Mervln Priebe, of the Bancroft Legion team, played In a ball game at Bancroft Monday. The Arthur Bleckwenns visited the Joseph Kawieskes, Minnesota, Saturday to Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Sparks have sold their restaurant at Graettlnger, and Mr. Sparks has accepted the job of street commissioner there. Mrs. Sparks is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kline here. Slonx Cltyan Preaches Here— The Rev. Charles H. Kamphoef- mer, Sioux City, was a guest of the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer Sunday and preached at the Methodist church in the morning. Other Lakota News. Inez Uglum, Adams, Minn., spent lost week as guest of the A. C. Schlssels. Mr. and Mrs. Schtssel, .onnie Schissel, and Miss Uglum drove to Minneapolis Sunday to visit Mrs. J. P. Schissel, and Miss Uglum went home from there Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hutchins, Urs. Hutchins' mother, Mrs. Ida Mlnkler, and Ella Thompson, all of Algona, were callers at J. H. War- mrton's Sunday evening. • Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dalian, Fort Dodge, and their daughter Martha were Sunday afternoon guests of he Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer. Herman and William Elerding, lldora, were visitors at J. E. Smith's last week. The men. are uncles of Mrs. Smith. 'ARMS FOR SALE—IP you want to eell a farm Advance readers rill be interested. Use a for-sale d. SAFETY SAM SAYS i Tisltors Feted li* • a llcnic, at West Bend Sun- of Mr. Madden's Attend Clear lake Reunion-Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Griouert, Mr. ,and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman. the j Clifford Frinks, Grace Weiseuhof- ( er, Lucille Bleckwenn, and the Edwin Grienerts attended c. Wegener reunion'at Clear Lake Sunday. Club to §tndy Conservation— 'Mesdames J. A. G. Smith, E. K. Johnson, Fred Newel, and Alfred Meyers -met at. Mrs. W. E. Laage's Friday to plan • next year's Worn- You can't impress a policeman half as much by driving recWessly as you' can by observing the traffic signals. Does your motor "eat" oil? Perhaps a new set of piston.rings are needed. Drive in for a test. WM, C. DAD, GARAGE Phono 105. Sooth Dodge Comforts of Home They're sadly lacking when heating troubles are present, Have you had difficulty in heat- . ing your home? The remedy is simple, just V consult Laing & Muckey. Let us replace your out-dated plant .during the summer with an efficient modern one . . . then you can relax and plan to enjoy the long stay-at-home winter evenings, Depend On Us For Heating Equipment! FURNACES - STOKERS. AUTOMATIC HEATERS MUCKEY IIHIIIII^^^ HiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH \ CAPITOL I I ROCK WOOL I I INSULATION I I COSTS MORE 1 DRTHTT! Rock Woo! is installed to 4" depth or a full wall thickness where other insulations are quoted only 1 to 3 inches in depth. ^S^^^s^ss^ss^^i. ROCK WOOI :-"- r '-- eCt>8 8 * e<:ification » invariably call for ' JT '" te ""*--» is not l • • moisture, and there is NO rot old hollle8 lor AH pla °- CAPITA1 BOCK Corkboard Fibrous Insulating Board Compressed Cpmposi* tion Boards Soft Wood—30 Lbs. Per Cubic Ft. 41/3 5 7/16 107/ 8 " to 1 13/16" Hard Wood—45 Lbs. Per Cubic Ft. Plaster Board in Layers Heavy Building Materials — Sfasomy, COB». crete, Etc, Note that one inch of Capitol Bock Wool insulation has the same value as at least 11 inches of masonry and concrete. Capitol Bock Wool is BLOWN THBEE or MOBE INCHES DEEP in every nook and cranny. BOCK WOOL is the BEST and the CHEAPEST in the KEEPS YOUR HOME COOL IN SUMMER WARM IN WINTER You Pay for It Whether You Get the Benefits or not Call U, Tod»y ^$fy4f OR, F,E, SAWYER, Opt, Algo, w ,I QW8 ,„ „ V™, 1 Hund ertmark received word Monday of the death of her cousin, Francis McCulloch, Cas, Dner - , w y°- «e was injured play, ng football last year and contracted tuberculosis in the bone of his leg. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McColloch, former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Hundertmark made a trip out there about a month or so ago to see him. Marie Dunn enjoyed a. vacation last week from the local telephone £ta w"? ere she ls chlef operator. Etea Maberry worked in her place as relief operator. Miss Dunn spent a few days in Fort Dodge at the home of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rolfson left Sunday for a two weeks vacation. They will go to Yellowstone park PAGE SEVEN •-^^^^^^^^^^SS and other places In the west. Mri. Rolfson's sister, Edna Anllker, ot Eureka, Hi., accompanied thent Mr. and Mrs. Rolfson are both em* ployed in Jensen's store. Mrs. Robert Day has been quit* ill the past week. She gave birth to a son July 2, and haa not been, doing as well as expected. Winkel to Be State Convention Officer County Attorney U A. Winkel seems to be the only Kossuth poll- ician recognized on either party's late of state convention officers. Mr. Winkel will be one of eight assistant secretaries of the democratic state judicial convention at the Hotel Fort Des Moines on August 4. He is serving his first term as county attorney and holds the democratic nomination for another term. YOUB FRIEND AT MEAL TOTE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 15 AND 16 Summer Foods from now until next fall, Mother will cater to appetites that are more or less finical Listless appetites will respond to Tar- Ions menus. New Ideas for the table are found In the wide variety on display at Council Oak. Our advertised specials mean extra savings for thrifty cash buyers. Beef Roast £|{"}er, Jo'cr shoulder roasts cut from quality beef at 184 and Oful Standing 1Mb Boast that can be bought at 18* per ponndV Rib Beef Steak, per pound 25c Fresh Beef to Boil, pound 13c Roast Pork A select middle cut Fresh Pork Boast for this sale at 17* per lb. A 3 to 5-lb. shank end roast at the low price of 13t per pound* Boneless Fresh Pork Steak, lb 19c Fresh Smoked Wieners, pound ,.__ 20c Bacon Fine flavored bacon in piece or sliced at the same price. Bacon at 29* and Back Bacon at 24* per ponnd. Belly Florida Grapefruit Luscious broken segments of tree ripened Florida Grapefruit. lucre i s no finer flavored grapefruit for cocktails or refreshing summer salads. For, this sale toe No. 300 can for only 8*. Post Toasties These thick toasted flakes are packed in moisture proof car- &c8foir$ Sir to bnr seTeral tarBc "^ at Pork & Beans of 8* Iced Tea ni. ? nd "tttfyi"* flftTor we recommend Conncil Oak Tea. For this sale the tt-lb. green f.r 2O*, and tte % lb. orange pekoe for 25*. -Equally, desirable Jor hot twu JVe Innte comparison of these full flavored teas with any oth£ Salmon Steak E? nI f ycS1almoh _g.t«ak cot from the middle of genuine Alaska Pink Salmon. The choicest part of the Salmon In Mb. flatcMW at a special price of only 13£ per can. u * »• im «•» Council Oak Bread > * ' ' i f v * A wide variety of fresh baked bread, from • onr model bakery. Council'Oak Bread'has a rich,; satisfying' flavor because our bakers do not scrimp on essential ingredients. Sold nnlv h-r HIA Council Oak Stores;. •. ' ' * White Loaf Flour A strictly high patent Thirsty Flour" that makes more llrfit white loaves per bag. The M bbL bag this week-end for $1.39 FIBST PBIZE FLOUR, 49-lb. bag ,..,_.. $l',19 Sum-R-Aid Nectar This delicious "thirst quenc)|ter made'in the following refreshing flavors. Grape, Raspberry,,,Orange, Strawberry, WI1A Cherry, and Lemon Lime. 5« slz fr ; makes % gallon, 14* sbe mate, 4 gttllonst * • . . .. Our "Red Bag" Coffee Those who fancj a mild, sweet coffee prefer our Bed Bag n °!l? « "7 P of fe£ toyman* more expensive can coffees. Bed Bag Coffee is worthy, of a trial at our low price of 17* per ft! Q* ^£ IDS* 101* ^psFC*' . ' ' ONE CENT SALE Excello Toilet Paper Blue Barrel Soap Haskins %& Castile c a q 4e Washington Bow Faced . ' Cw»nmg Apricots, original 15-lb lug 99c Sunkigt Lemons, dozen 1"'!'••" 25c Green Top Carrots, bunch - _ _ . _ J~. 3 C

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