Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1938 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1938
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Plans were also made for the club mem- Berkland and Alice Jacobson. Daughter for Bcrgesorts— Mr, and Mrs. Russel Bergeson became the parents of a daughte: born Wednesday at the home o Mrs. Bergeson's parents, Mr. ant Mrs. Ornie Behrends, near Algona This is their second daughter. FENTON .NEWS Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Meyer entertained at dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs. Ed Mitchell and son, of teuton, the A. J. Meyer Sr. fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyer Jr. and three children, of Ringsted Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mayer, of Seneca, the Frank Meyer family, of Seneca, the Lloyd Hutchinson family, and the Edw. Meyers, of Lone Rock. (Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher, of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles - . n t . ., ., „ - bei-s to spend a few days at the Bur k "id Mr. and Mrs. Charles Okobojls next week. Dorothy Drey- Sch emmel, Swea City, were Thurs- Ot> rrni-rt .-. i „ 11_ i_ _ i _ ._ HnV H f 11 t!O»t n-t1/>c«f « nt- 17^ l~* "\\rr\l n gave a talk, bed spreads easily made and laundered. "" day dinner guests at E. C. Weisbrod's. Other guests at the Weis- made and laundered. Mary Ann Sl Other guests at the Weis- JBohu and Irene Krause \} emon _ br °d home were Stanley Munch, of stration team, presented their dem-l Benson ' Mlnn -» and J°y Ii'men, of onstratlon, "From Rags to Rues " ! Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Weis"—' --- • 'brod were Sunday dinner guests of Poetry \vas in charge ; Boettcher. of Laura DOUBLE EAGLE SPARK PLUGS New one-piece construction saves ort gas and oil, gives more mileage with less drain on battery. 65 C Super Service PHONE 33 - ^^^^^•^^^•l A Growing County Celebrates We join in the general happiness and joy— in 100 successful Iowa Years a n d look forward to 100 more fine years. And Energy In 1938 Is A Call For FOR HEALTH DRINK MILK If you haven't tried Brown's Milk already, try it now by phoning 3F31 and have one of our delivery men call at your door. You'll be surprised at the difference you will find in this better milk. MILK—THE ENERGY POOD Here is the perfect milk for baby and the whole family, milk that's richer, purer and fresher, It has a better flavor that children and grown-ups prefer too. We Make and Deliver Chocolate Milk Orange Drink Ask for Them! Pasteurized, Guernsey Milk and Cream T. B. and B. D. T DAIRY Phone 3F31 For Bicher Milk and Cream IVclirspaniis Hold Reunion— A Wehrapann family reunion the Schommels. Mrs. Hugo Mittag and daughter Arlene, Truesdale, spent last week j , C L..,n,ii visiting Mrs. Mittag's parents, Mr. was held Sunday in the Rob- and Ml 's- Paul Nemitz, and her sis- ert Wegener grove near Fairville. ter > Mrs - E dw. Mitchell and other A picnic dinner was held at :ioon. relatives, Mr. Mittag came Satur!Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ger- d « v and the family returned home j hard Wehrspann and daughter Sunday. Mr. Mittag is manager of ;June, the^L. H. Wehrspann family, the Farmers elevator at Truesdale ' • " " -11* LJl'lVllll KllIlH^, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meyer, Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Baas, Mr. and Mrs | Henry Oswald and son Roland, and i Lawrence Gade, all of Whittemore, the Clarence Bierstedt family, and 'the F. F. Bierstedts, Fenton; the Robert Wegener family, of Fairville; Mr. and Mrs. Martha Hantelman, the William Voigt family, and Mrs. Dan Hantelman, Fenton; and. Mrs. Edw. Kressin and sons, Lotts Creek. Birthday i s Observed— j 'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mueller en- ' tertained Sunday In honor of their son Merrill's tenth birthday anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Erickson and son Fred', of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierstedt, of Whittemore; the Alfred Bierstedt and , _ _.^...* ^u J_*4C*»3LCUL till Otto Borchardt families of Fenton Maynard Mueller, Mr. and Mrs Wilfred Mueller, and son David, o Ringsted. Arthur Mueller, son o the Louis Muellers, accompanied the Wilfred Muellers home for week. Visit at Fort DCS Moines— Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and daughters Ruth and Alvma spen Sunday in Des Moines with anotli er daughter Alice. They drove to Fort Des Moines and had a few minutes' chat with Lieut. Martin Peril, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Peril, who is in training there foi two weeks, also witn Harold' Newel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Newel, who began active Chas duty there July 5 as second lieutenanl in the army for one year. Returning to New Mexico— Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and daughter Lois and Alice Hantelman were entertained at the Rev. H. B. Stahmer's, Hinton Sunday. Alice Hantelman remained this week with the Stahmers, and from there will leave for Albuquerque, N. M., to resume her duties as teacher In a parochial school, after a two months visit lere with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman, and other relatives. Mrs. IVegener j s Home- Mr, and Mrs. William Miller, daughter Alvina Marie, and' Eugene Wegener drove to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to visit Eugene's father, Walter Wegener, patient recovering from an operation on his neck, caused from a gland: infection. Mrs. Wegener, who has been with her husiband' since he entered the hospital, returned home with them Sunday evening. Idaho Tisltors Go Home- Mr, and Mrs. A. 0. Christopher. Caldwell, Ida., who have been visiting relatives at Parkers,burg, came last week for a brief visit at the A. J. Kennedy and Dennis Hedrickse homes. Thursday they left for Graettinger to visit till Tuesday, leavig for Idaho that day. Mrs. Christopher is a sister of Mr. Kennedy. Attend Funeral of Baby— Mrs. Fred Bau and Mrs. Adolph Peril and daughter Helen attended the funeral of the six-weeks-old He ? rv Iverson, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Iverson, of Cylinder. The funeral was held in the home with burial in the Fenton cemetery Otto formerly farmed the old Iverson farm west of Fen:on. Two Hare Tonsils Out— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause and Theodore Gappa and daughters Kathleen and Bernadiue, Cylinder accompanied by Mrs. Frances Livingston, Algona, were at Fort Dodge a week ago Tuesday, where Arnold Krause and Bernadine Gappa submitted to tonsillectomies. I hey returned home Tuesday evening. New Bund Teacher Here- Mr, and Mrs. William Julius and Mr. Julius' parents, all of Storm Lake, were Sunday afternoon visitors at George Newel's. William Julius is the new .band instructor in the Fenton school and will bring his wife and small child here this week to make their home in apartment at George Newel's. Girl's Ankle is Turned— The Art Voigt family spent Sunday at his brother Herman Volgt's at Glenville, Minn. Marjorie Voigt, daughter of the Art Voigts, suffered a painful injury last week Thursday when coming out of the corn cri'b she stepped in a hole, turning her ankle and spraining It. Take 3C5-Mil 0 Jaunt— Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin and son Russell M.enrletta and Carl Mortenson, and Maynard Nemitz went on a sightseeing trip Sunday. Places they visited were Fort (Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, daughte Forence, and Louise Baker, of De Moines, left Tuesday for De Moines, where the latter will re main at her home following a visi at the Weisbrod home upon thei trip from the west and Canada Mrs. Weisbrod and Florence wil return home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause sons Maurice nnd Junior, and Lorena Dreyer took Paul Bailey to his 'home at Marshall, Minn., Sunday- Paul is the .son of Mr. and Mrs Fred Bailey, formerly of Fenton. Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Krause are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz entertained at dinner .Sunday the Fred W. Jentz and Adelbert Hanna families, Lone Rock. Aflernoon callers were the Mark Simmons family, Fairmont, and the Fred Jacobs, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krause, of Fenton, and Esie Major, Chicago, a guest of the Krauses, were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler and son Vincent spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Votteler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Drew, Graettinger. Mr. Drew is in poor health, suffering from paralysis. Carlton Stevens, of Des Moines, and Jack Stevens, Virginia Smith, Eugene Witcraft, and Kenneth Fisher, all of Boone, spent the week-end at the parental G. B. Stevens home. ''Mr. and Mrs. Manfoi-d Gill and daughter, of Des Moines, same Thursday to visit the Henry Gills. Hanford Gill Is a cousin of Henry. The De s Moines family returned Irome Friday. Mrs. C. L. Johnson, daughter Gertrude and son Robert, of New Hartford, came Sunday to visit at A. J. Kennedy's and Dennis Hend- •ickson homes. A. J. and O C :re brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hecht and on Donald, of Chicago, came Saturday for a -week with Mrs. Hecht's ister, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, and vith her mother, Mrs. F. Schendel T'afrvJlle. Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daugh- ers Alvina and Ruth visited last Thursday with Lucille Pepoon, H D. A., who underwent an appendl- ms operation last week. Mrs. L. Livermore and daughter Betty Belva Childs, Davenport, - - -— ~«, .fdvcji nd Jessie Ross, Britt, called on Florence .Weisbrod and Frances Bailey Saturday afternoon. Postmaster and Mrs. J. A Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs. C F C. Laage spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Laage's 'brother, 0 A Laage, at Brooten, Minn. Ben Wolfgram, Niagara,. N. B returned to his home last week Tuesday after a week with his uncle, Albert Wolfgram, and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Grelnert and Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Grienert and daughter Verdel were entertained Sunday at Louis Grienert's, neai Whittemore. Alta Mae Baumann, Ringsted, Is •""••"-- "-•- week here little friend, Katherine Willrett daughter of the A. R. Willrette. Mrs. Attle Bjustrom, Minneapolis, came Thursday for a -week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars m,r nestad ' and other relatives. iMr and Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod and Mary 4Hce, of Whittemore spent Saturday at H. C. Llndsey's and with other Fenton friends, t, ^f' ,?? d Mrs> Nels Kr °gfl, La^e- field, Minn., came Saturday to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. John Kramer. Lorraine Willrett went to Algona Thursday for a several days visit "'"*• her an Dodge, Adel, and Anita. They drove 365 miles and returned home Sunday evening. Group at Bible Camp— Fenton people attending the Lutheran League Bible camp at the Okobojls Sunday were: the Morris Mitchell family, the Ole Solberga, the Sam Olsons, Albert Mitchells, the John Finuestads, and Reuben "The Seneca Lutheran Y. p 0 held a lawn ice cream and pie social Tuesday evening at Jens Halvorsen's. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman and daughter Mary Lou spent Sunday at Oliver Johnson's at Mallard. Mrs. C. H. Geronsin visited Mr. Geroivsin's sister Mrs. Herman Van Cleve at Worthington, Minn., Friday. Mr. and" Mrs. George Goetsch entertained Frank Bailey and sons John and Hadley at dinner Sunday. The Arnold Hantelmans were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Katie Hantelman'e. Mre. Kate Newel returned to Hartley Thursday after a week here with relatives. Bertha Solberg spent from Sunday evening to Monday evening at Albert Mitchell's. H. C. Lindsey and Gerald Voigt made a business trip to Charles ~!ity Monday. Blanche Voigt, of Emmetsburg, spent Sunday with her parents, the " C, Voigte. HAVE YOU A ROOM TO RENT? Many will be needing rooms soon. Try an Advance Por-Hent ad. SELL YOUR GRAPES, PEARS, apples through the Advance Want Ada. y The Test of 40 Years For 40 years there has been Taylor-Made Ice Cream in Algona, for it was m 1898 that Chas. H. Taylor began the business which is today the Algona Ice Cream & Candy Facto! y burned T nthe ° ldCreamery building ' which Tay or secret' lislfed in the hui egar works ]Zegar works, long Wa - S incor Porated with Joel Pr, vice president, and Chas. H. man ^ r - Th e factory was then estab- ^P 1 ^ Previously by the Barnes' vin- forgotten by most older Algonians. and Algona ^'^JS of :dusfcin the mer. 20 the conce ™ c .°!« m »nity from the necessity T h had been stored in »was lo "S as it lasted in the sum- in' .with only test for 40 in the community. *° be the best ice creak on ? is P«re. It is made fre ? h -. Xt has stood the any other Slmilar Product sold - o cer in a refrigerated room - T here f or a .nominal fee a year for the storage of DeriT»Ef y 5 ented by the month or these lockers ideal for the 5n? PJ odu ce. Farmers find slaughter. Sportsmen use IhSf? ° f ? eats f rom Daughter to game, Many Algonfans ?use fc <? St . 0rafr ? of fish and other meats purchased ^t sfauehtevfc* 0 ? tore lar *e quantities of meats are higher inltice Pnces and used when the butc ^canbehadat any time by has made these ad- ery is the best that can L n,,^ T tlve , stud y- T he machin- products is rigidly cf"an an d & * he ™™i*<*™ of the best, with daily, rather best possible product Ct ° r conti ™es to offer C ° Unty COWS fresh ice, or any Cream & Candy Factory you car, l^ Ot the Al % 0 ™ */ i j "it v/etil XtJST 5)Qonv»rt/Ni ±'U~j_ •• —-—-»•-» *«/ vsw*-**^!/ years of service and qu ^ y ^**™ft™ the best - 40 Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Since 1898

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