Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1938 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1938
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SAM SAYS I Granted there is a Foff every Intersect- |nd drive accord- "knock" on the , the remedy. Quick [repair work. IAD, GARAGE South Dodge [As we see it— |l! COMFORT- to lire Is your In- Jin this bank Wee to yon in KOSSUTM AR FALLS FOR 10 DAYS assemljly of the ~Iowa Conference of the Evangelical church C1( '° ield at Riverside Pnrk , r FATE BANK na, Iowa iInsured Pnr , ed Falls, AUgUSt .11-21. H will rnn B*t offschoo. of Christian "due": tion, Woman's Home Missionary school of leadership training S,f- day scl ool, and young people 1 , ( e agates. Attending from Lu Vorno will bd the Rev. and Mrs p i " Walter own branch . with two chHdr ie cottage; Esther Merkle, MS- M. S., gate frbm the young he the Hn Hof Hof - con tests; Mrs te for tne W Kenneth Marty, dele- "DIAMOND REVUE" COMING nke, Sunday afternoon visitors at Win. Puerstenaus. Donald Derr, Mason City, was Fiene. Lawrence Pijahn of the camp at Bancroft, spent the end with his parents, Mr. Mrs. August Pijahn. a guest of Johanna CCC week and basement, Mrs. John Schallin hostess. The Young People's society will meet at the same place in the evening. I St. Benedict 1 "^•^M^MMMM BHM |^ HHM J nday from visits Otto Wiehtendahl, who had bejn a « d ?»«. with the daughter Frances, '«nil, • • .v,.,,, Rochester his brother - --brought Mr. were and Phi ip Arndorfer were recent callers it Mike Arndorfer's **• ~V£ 7" -•**«•« «.i-u.uui.M.er s OH Mrs, Doja Arndorfer, who has been sick a few weeks. Mr. anjd Mrs. Ben Arndorfer are of a son, born Friday, child. Mrs. Floyd Anderson, called on the McKennas rvenlng 1 , parents their first Mr. a id Senwick Monday Mr. anjd Mrs. Ben Dorr, Roslee, ••-•-'— Dorr, Chicago, Grandma (randma . mother, for a i Mi°Ur Mr ' ?." d Mrs> Everett Steussy, a T £ lty> and tlle daughter Jean > an £ pent Sunday at Mrs. Josephine ? nd Mrs - there, went through the Ma nic and carne home with ,Mr tendahl. ' ,, — U1 ,... uu The Reinhard Zumachs Wntov S° 8em !r y .f V nd A1> Rosenmeyer ' s s, t rv-fc^S^'V^r^™™* IffSLifc 0 - w * S; "* ta "-i^^To^S-,,,,?; JS thought, the grandstand. M '» and Mrs. David Lang of 'T 1 f ° rm0rly LU "orne M re . cr( =ation, and Misses Merkle are on a missionary prgram, Miss Hof, on in fr T^rt ,,,, t ~ ...i •»*•. _ _ V . ing Others •*••» "»*. J. Ill IH\•ward, Miss Merkle on. As See Me. Visitor Mr. n been 1 ter's s )HDIO FARMS Sale i Bonded Farms in |eeks, all of them In I still have a wide jbuys. Farmers that I"' El opportunity— ley, 241 acres on id, 3 miles S. B. of loved and tiled, all lall tillable. Small and long term fract on balance. Ite, or phone C. Kra suburb and M: an ove women Mrs. Verne s ates he broker as athl Institut he held Sunday Cedai ent att law non, C. Monday _ Minneapoli points firm Representative lone 5!) TH, IOWA 47-51 Former Mr. a Chapin, Hies he brother from :o Depart— - -. ~.»*y Stone luivc lying a visit from the lat^ F P M rs. George A. Walik Park, 111., and Mrs. W. it, of La Grange, 111. both ?«r ,9 hl ' cago - Mr. KIM f ft Wallace came Friday for -Sunday visit. The visiting are well known her« for allace taught in the Lu chools and both are gradu- " Mr. Krafft is now a Chicago, having resigned tic director at the Armour of Technology, a position 14 years. The Kraffts left l ~ visit with relatives at • Mr. Wallace, a pat- rney is a partner in the a of Wallace, Belt & Can- icago. The Wallaces left for a short vacation at is, Duluth, and other Lake Superior. ikn *allB on Druggist irere Sunday— d Mrs. M. J. Godfrey, of Visited the Godfrey f am e Sunday. Mr. Godfrey, of the late William Godfrey, wa a druggist here for somo t for the last 20 years has Chapin, where he ow ates a drug store, also ,i merchandise stoi-2, assist- i younger son Donald, who aking flying lessons. Clin- elder son, also well owns ELL AND IMMEND "rP^^r? LATION FIREPROOF VERMINPROOF -1HBMMHH rford JrCo. ol,Mgr. MONEY fOR EMtRGfNCIFS TO BUY LIVESTOCK '0 PAY BILLS TAXES FOR IMPROVEMENTS years, b lived at and ope general ed by hi is now I ton, the eiuer son, also well remembered here, is married, has one child, and has lived at Los Angeles twb years. Seattle teacher Visits Here-•Ava Chambers, Seattle, is visiting at hsr brother Frank's, east of town, aiid with two other brothers, Har;y and Edw., Corwith, and John, Gtodell. She has taught in the Seattle schools 20 years. Formerly, sre lived at Corwith. Edna Clyne, lu Verne girl, has also made good at teaching, having had a respoisible position in the Seattle scrools many years. SENECA Th e Bancroft ball team defeated Lotts Creek Sunday, there, -1-3 in a 13-inning game. The Rev. Father Kramer had as f^ nd ay guests a nephew and. the They . .,. Mr - and Mrs. Clarence Sterner, in.Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer, the array of dancers in "Diamond Revue," a new musira •to -be seen nightly before the grandstand at the Kolsuth falJ. Farewell Dorotl. her hom£ Steussy ed to retiirn Ottum'wa which _ farewell last wee sre Off for SWEA-EAGLE for Fonr-H Girl— y Downing, who has made s with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. 'or some years, has decid- to her former home at and the 4-H club of Is president gave her a party at the Steussy home c Wednesday evening. engthy [As 20 sto Repay SO up, we con pro . !y, confidentially — >Y monthly repay- income up to 20 Motsers required— [agnature and so"18 advantage oloUr PHLHAAS •• insurance Telephone 22 POST •d Tranifer "WINDS Hauling Loan o $300 CHANCE co **<>% low, Mrs, Irvln Chapman and her son Habert left Monday for a week\\ vacation in northern Minnesota and Cauada. They accompanied Mrs. Chapman's father, Geo/ge Kabele, Goldfield, and her sisters | Frances and Martha. Other Lu Verne. Patricic Clements, Bancroft 12- year-old, is making his annual visit at the farm home of his cousin, Mrs. M. J. Stripling, northwest of town. I.obert Skow, Gilmore City ten-year-old, visits the farm home of his ur cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen, east of town, every simmer, and his hobby is horsebac Mrs. Emil Lai-son, Swea Spirit of Service 4-H-leader, and members of the club attended county Achievement day at the Bancroft "public school house this week Tuesday. Phyllis Preston and Ruby Berg demonstrated portfolios. The club girls also exhibited some of the articles they have made. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson, with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ellman, Muskegon, Mich,., left last week Wednesday for a two weeks tour to the Yellowstone park and back. Mrs. Anna Griffith is mean'while at the Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Riddle, Wa- pell, 111., called on former- neighbors here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pehrson are parents of a daughter, born Friday at the Coleman hospital, Es- 1 therville. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg vis ited Mrs. Berg's mother, Mrs Frank Sayers, Swea City, Sunday. Mrs. Sayers' brother, Harvay Stillwell, Dallas, is a guest a the Sayer home. Mrs. Henry Crossley, Ames, and her daughter Gladys, the latter a nurse at St. Paul, have spent part of the week with the former's sister, Mrs. George Moore. Laila Berg, with the Edw. Andersons, East Chain, visited the Francis Sievolts at Maple Hill Sunday. The Claude Faugusts, East Chain, Minn., were at Mrs. Faugust's mother Mrs. Otto Jenson's. Mrs. Jenson was last week ill with pneumonia, but i s now improved. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blair are parents of a son, born August 6. Mr. and Mrs. Blair have one other son.. . , I MARKET—FIND A READY M'AR- ket for those fall boars and gilts Ads. SHERWIN- WT/f V*W' WILLIAMS _._£ riding. <Justa\e Reddel, east of town, accompanied 'by his son John, Indianapolis, and his uncle, Carl Netibaurbr, Bloomington , 111., guests at the Reddel home, have returned from an extended auto trip In -western states. They visited Guetave'ii sons Walter, of Curloy, Neb., an i William, Laramie, Wyo. The cemetery association will meet Thursday at the Community hall, anl hostesses will Ibe Mrs. W. H. JJllis, Mrs. Elsie Steussy, and Mrs, Carrie Coleman. The Valter Merkles and Mrs. Merkle's St. Paul relatives Mr. a d na, wen > Mrs. Paul Clark, Algo- .Sunday callers at S. J. Black and John McGuire reported sleeping sickuoss ajnong taeir horses. There ha?e bee a c* se mve Jos. severe what bel •Paulin ler born 3 Buena after northern ROOMS a tnown the mother, Mrs. H. J. Geis, came Saturday to visit and friends. *:.. and JiwVci , Special tow Pric* AMERICA'S FAVORITE BARN PAINT Rich Point SPECIAL OFFER\$] og vaccinated. MBttille has been having a of the flu. He Is some- ter now. Black, Britt, visited at here Sunday. Raney is at home again, eral days vacation in Minnesota. several IP YOU WANT TO find suitable room In Algona, make yt>ur wante In this section Any farmer who knows paint values will tell you Sherwin-Williams bright, true - toned, long • wearing' Commonwealth Barn Red at this amazingly? low, price. is sure one real saving)'' Make the most j>Hhis remarkable value right now: This offer is good for,ajimited time only, Don't delay—p'ay^jTvisit thfeVeek. PAI NT HEA'DQUARTER'S KB GAUM Ni 5-CUUN PAIU r Lusby's Drug Store Mrs,. Clarence Olsen, Whiittier.i •iif., spent last week at Curtis Olsen s and Irwin Classon's She is a sister of Mesdames Olsen and Liasson. P. H. Peterson recently added a porch to the west side of his home He is janitor at the schoolhouse. .The Norman Thompsons, Cylind the Kalmar Rhandas, Ringsted Clarence Olsen, Whlttier r,, n" ™ win Class °"s and the Curtis Olsens were guests at Albert Cody's Saturday evening. Gladys Dotan helped Mrs. Sheldon Merrill cook for threshers Friday and Saturday. The Irwin Classons, the Curtis Olsens, and Ruby Paulsen spent Sunday at Earl Stafford's, near Mallard, and Mrs. Olsen and her daughter Leanne remained there lor a several days visit. The Leslie Dentons and the Chris Bommans were Sunday vis- itores at the parental William Haack s, south of Lone Rock Wayne Berkland, Manchester, is T^ lng at his uncle EIm er Lee's. LOTTS CREEK NEWS •Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, and Mr and Mrs. William Rusch Sr. and Mr and Mrs. H. R. Zumach, Whittemore, Mrs. August Markgraf, Fort Worth, Tex., and Mrs. John Dettman, Burt, drove to Dolltver Friday to visit the William Marons 1 The M. F. 'Meyers, Wilbert'Ruh- ion at A - — ---• -^...v^.,,^, vjiuuujiia Studer, and Frances Dunlap drove to West "---• • • J' — -"wwii f,a yl£ since Gruidma Dorr was there. Otto Beckmann has lost a valuable ycung horse, which, it grotto years , lad the sleeping Is • r— -— •"— i""e wnneaa. Hirvey Johnsons and Mr. Kelley attended a reun- gona Sunday. Tesleynns Sell Store. Wesley Aug. 2—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shi )ley have sold their IG-A store at Woden to H. J. Orthel. The Ship eys for some years operated a care here, leaving last September. They have no definite plans for the future. ADVANC13 WANT ADS ARE very inexpensive. Use them to your advantag ^ a ver d at this Sale Two Styles to Choose From Limited ISS^o be On Sale Only— By arrangements with the manufa ionally- we are FEFTY. You'll get the thrill of your life when you use the new Hamilton Dry Shaver. Just plug in socket and shave—«o water btadM soap or brush Will pay for itself; nofll£d£ fc?bS*'rtfa Hamilton Dry Shaver will be sold t or the regular $15.00 after this Women, too, will welcome this ideal aid to personal datat- turer of this $15 nat- dvertised dry shaver positively limited to GET YOURS EVI- Chrome-Plated Head—Plas- ton casu — Unconditionally Guaranteed by the manufacturer. You can now enjoy the thrill of the king of the dry shavers for the bread and butter price. GUABANTEED BY THE 3an't Attend This SsJle, Leave Your Money Before the sale and Sha| ver will be held for You. BARKER DRUG STORE H. T. BARKER 5 East State Algona, Iowa NOTICE-On account of limited quantity, we regret we will have no av- ailablit. mail order Executors' Sale of REAL ESTAllE ^^^""""""'^"""""""'•'••••^••^^^^•••••i^MH^^^^^^ The undersigned Executors will sell at public auction to the bidder: The Southeast Quarter (SE£) of Section 25; The North Half (N£) of the Northeast Quarter (NEJ) of Section 36- The East Half (E*) of the Northwest Quarter (NW£) ! of Section 25- The West Half (W*) of the Southeast Quarter (SEJ) of SectiL 24- all in Township 95 North, Range 28, West of the 5th P. M., Kossuthjcoun- ty, Iowa, known as the Harig- Estate land, on Friday, Aug. 19, 1938 4 AT 2:00 P.M. on the building site located on the West Half (W*) of the Southeast Quarter (SEi) of Section 24, Township 95 North, Range 28 bfc 4 miles South and i mile west of Sexton, Iowa; 1 mile west " good , TW ? C ° mplete sets of improvements; all black soil, good wells and water; all located on good gravel road. TERMS: Ten per cent on day of sale and when contract i ESS JSStfSStf cash in 60 ^chaslr" 8 ^ encurabra — -«ePt leases for 1 38 to JOSEPH HARIG, PHILIP KOHLHAAS, Executors of the Jacob Harig Estate B ^^^^^ti ^^^^^^ ^^^^^k. .^^^ ^^^^ ' " '"'-.••....•'... . ^^^W?-.; ,^^^^p, ^BP'^|P : 4HP 'Bp^ • 4HiHF •Ibiv ifc^Br ••' ^^L _^ '^____ • - : ' : -' ' ' " • ' - . ' • / _--,....-- ^^^HB^^^ ^^^^^^ ^tljjjjf

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