Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1938 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1938
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20, 1988, t6WA SELL AND [COMMEND ISOLATION INSIVI • MMMOOI fl00 f • VIRMlNMOOf ^K^a~*—* 09 Si-.- " '"•— jotsford lumber Co. Km Pool, Mgr. Let Us Refinance Your flood serrloe- p. ,1. KOHLHAAS Loans '.'• Insurance lAlgona Telephone 22 IFETY SAM SAYS OFFICERS FOR F,B. AREjiLECTED Lakota, Oct. 18 —The Ledyard Farm Bureau genera! meeting was held at Charles Eggerth's Friday evening with a good crowd present Election of officers was held and C. O. Peterson was elected president, George Ennon, secretary treasurer, and Ted Wallcnlino pub Hetty chairman. Following the (business meetings a spoiling matcl was held with Mrs. ,1. H, Holcom> and Mrs. Eggerth as leaders. Mrs iHolcomb's group won, and the oth or group will furnish an oyete supper nt the November meetin to be held at Jerry Heelland'a. Charles Eggerth was word pro| nouncer. Frerkings Are Kept, Busy— I The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Fret-king went to Stacyvllle a week ago Sunday where the Ilev. Mr. Frerking had charge of the Mission Festival service. The pastor, the Rev. A. F. Proett, and wife were called to Rochester, Minn., by the critical illness of their little daughter Eunice, and were not able to return to their charge for the service. Mrs. Proett is a sister of the Rev. Mr. Frerking. At tlie close of the evening service the Rev. and Mrs. Frerking drove to Rochester. Monday they went to Jesup to visit their daughter and family at the Rev. Gerald Ukena's. Tuesday they went to Dubuque on. a business mission, returning home Wednesday. Friday they drove to SI,. Paul to visit a sister of the lev. Mr. Frerking, Mrs. James freeman. THE POCKETBOOK KNOWLEDGE Four Corners THE OKEF INGREPIENT OF A POPULAR HAIR ' COLONIAL TIME* VWW -rtte iuice OF POKK [fellow who coasts along some- coasts farther than, he In- led—and faster. Brakes were to he used. IF /V\APE By H4NP INSTEAP OF MODERN MACHINERY A 7V« 'WRITER. WOULD COST 4 THOUSAND OOLIAHS f « AN ALARM -'—' ' ' THERE ARE APPROXIAV4TEUV 2.300 SPEC 16* OF 5NAKE4 IN THE WORLD...... 2SP OF WHICH AKE USANG1 WQMEU.Of FRENCH 6QUATORIAI AFRICA/BEAUTlFy 1 THE/WELVE* *v STRETCHING THEIR LIPS TO SUCH GROTE»t <;tie* THAT iney PROTRUDE PROM 6 TO IO IHOIK FROM THEIR fACEt/ Louis Lowman picked corn for Everett Witham Friday and Saturday with his picker. Glen Sa- bln, who makes his home with the William Riches in Algona, started picking corn for C. Monday morning. Mildred Robinson I in Ames. 'Mr. and Mrs. for the past year and a half. The Greens formerly planned to come back to Iowa this fall, hut have now decided to spend the winter at Chico, Calif., where they now live. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham and Mrs. Royce recently took Mrs. Herbert Schmellng and daughter Patty to Boone, where they took the train for their home at Cottage Grove, Ore. Mrs. Schtnel- ing is a daughter of the Withams and her husband Is assistant manager of a Cottage Grove hotel. The Four Corners M. & D. club meeting scheduled to be next week Thursday with Mrs. Irehe Holdren will be held Instead with Mrs. — -•• Robert Walker on Nov. 3 because She plans to .start 1 O f the husking bee. Roll call will soon for her winter ]j R answered with short poems, a paper, Foreign Marriage Customs, N. Robinson i came home Sunday after a week with friends Earl Miller and the latter's daughter Jacqueline went to Spirit Lake a week ago | Sunday and brought hack Mrs. Miller's grandmother, Mrs. N. R. Robinson, for a visit with the C. N. Robinsons. some time __. I home at Sarasota, Fla. Margery Drayton went home with her cousin, Fern Schendl, of Buffalo Center, and spent Saturday night and Sunday with her. JFern works in Algona and stays with the Herman Lindemans. The VOTE FOR W. E. McDonald for SUPERVISOR, 2ND DISTRICT ALGONA, PLUM CREEK, UNION will he read by Mildred Robinson. The Arthur Alexanders and the Louis Lowmatis were Sunday dinner guests of Arthur's parents east c. N. Robinson and ° , _ . l "°- v Mr. anu Mrs. u M. uoDinsi William Draytons spent Sunday Mrg N> R Roblnsoni , who has afternoon with the Fred Plumbs, of been vialtmg w t t h them, were call| Good Hope. , Ud to Spirit Lake Tuesday morning ( ^i; l - nd ^ l ; s - I ? a "T^ a _^_^ d by the illness of Earl Robinson, Former Seneca Teacher Is Victim In Accident daughter Delores, of Minneapolis, came to see Mrs. Austin Witham, his mother, and they spent Sunday with the Everett Withams. Also [there were Mrs. Austin Witham,, _ daughter Mrs. Myrtle Vining, and |cor her daughter, Harriet Francis, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter, daughter June Adel and Annahelle Lee, L. J. Lowman, and Frank Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham and Mrs. Witham's mother, Mrs. Jessie Royce, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Leo Ramus, at Ruthven. Mrs. Everett Witham, daughters. Delia Mae and Ellen, accompanied Mrs. Ray Smith and four children, of Burt, to Mason City a week ago Saturday. Glen Smith is taking treatments from an eye specialist. Letters received from Mrs. Roy the "illness of Earl Robinson, of C. N. and son of Mrs. Robinson. ««.ve Johnson, Algona, Is helping his son-in-law. John Rich pick this week. THE NEW GENERAL ELECTRIC I WITH 1939 about those spark plugs s? Battery terminals? Start [ Carhuration? It pays to hav nplete check-up regularly. |M, C. DAD, 6ARA6E 165. South Dodge ^rrs. Clms. Winter Honored— The Presbyterian Aid had a surprise party for Mrs. Charles Winer at the church Thursday after- loon following the business meet- ng. Mrs. Winter has the distinction of having sewed as treasurer for the Aid Society ever since It was organized 42 years ago. She was presented with a bathrobe and slippers in appreciation, of her efficient service. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winters live on a farir southwest of town, having owne' and lived on this farm for 30 years. They have a daughter, Mrs Jerry Heetland, and twin sons Raymond and Russell. Seneca, Oct. 18 — Gertrude Rockey, former seventh and eighth grade teacher here, suffered a serous accident recently. On the way o a church supper she stepped nto a hole filled with leaves, and one of her legs was 'broken in three )laces. YOU GET [SERVICE iN YOU TRAVEL OR SHIP VIA BE MILWAUKEE ROAD h 11,000 nules of carefully maintained , and a ^Ulltdj efficient personnel, i Milwaukee Road U equipped to • yon. Its great fleet of pasiengei iis headed by the transcontinental -OUN—electrified lor 656 miles, > by the 1939 HIAWATHA, newest Bon of America'f inoet popular train. • spectacular, but equally important, waulee Road freight trains provide , dependable movements'of freight i a great part of the nation. ..liveling or shipping, take advantage •the economical modern service 3 by The Milwaukee Road. ^ Mii:iaai^pq tOWti IMDIHT«Y Saw Fenton Cur Accident— Norman Frerking and Virgl Smith come home Friday for a week end visit with their respec tive parents. "When on the way home they were the first on th scene after the car accident a Hampton in which Fenton wo men were critically injured whe their car ran into the train while they were on their way home from Cedar Falls. Other Lakota News. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Warburton drove to F. G. Tovlne's, near Algona, Sunday afternoon for a short visit. Mrs. Torino, who has been ill for several weeks, is now slightly improved. The Edward Hulterstroms, of Baraboo, Wis., visited them recently. Mrs. Hulterstrom is a sister of Mr. Torino, and the family lived for many years at Bancroft. Sunday visitors at Jerry Heetland's were Mrs. Minnie Heetland, Junior Play is Picked— The school juniors have chosen the play Mountain Mumps for presentation at the gymnasium early in November. It is a three-act farce demonstrating the fact that the female of the species is more courageous than the male. - Parts will be taken by Evelyn Clemensen, Helen Cady, Jessie Spear, Barbara Lentsch, Donald Bollig, Wayne Wilberg, Russell McKean, Le Roy Klein, Leona Hansen, Dag- uey Ravn, Lloyd Voigt, Daryle Hansen. Oftedahls Hosts to Club— Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl entertained the Modern Mixers, the fam- lies, with the Cecil Baileys, Supt. and Mrs. F. E. Slagle, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jensen, Sheldon Merrill, and Ellerbrock, at a 500 .party ol seven tables Friday evening. Glenn Paulsen and Mrs. Irvin Olasson won high prizes; Mrs. Bailey and Mr. Classon were low; and Mr. Slagle won travel. Small Loans Up to $300 OS AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK IOU8EHOLP FURNITURE, ETC, Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO KlElY ter health than she has enjoyed "Hone 1.86 ilgona, low* Other Seneca News. The Albert Codys spent Saturday evening at Arthur-Paulsen's. Mrs. Arthur Paulsen helped Mrs. Ralph Campbell paper last week Tuesday. Ruby Paulsen worked at Mrs. Irvin 'Classen's last week Thursday and Friday. There will he no school next week, which twill be corn-husking vacation. Charles Wagner and daughter Helen, Mrs. Francis Wagner, and Mrs. Frank Reushau, all of Maeon City- Robert Hamilton came home from the university at Iowa City Friday, bringing with him several school friends to enjoy duck hunting Saturday. A. J. Clark and William Sanhorn of Des Moines came Friday for a week-end visit with the J. H. War- burtons, and also to hunt ducks. Supt. Earl Grabau and son Roger drove to Cresco, Friday afternoon and spent the week-end visiting Mr. Grabau's parents. Mrs. Frank Kelster, Elmore, XOTICE TO BOND BUYERS The Board of Directors of the Independent School District of Lu Verne, in the Counties of Kossuth and Humboldt, State of Iowa, will offer for sale at 10 o'clock a. in., on the 22hd day of October, 1938, at the Lu Verne School, Lu Verne, 'Iowa, Six Thousand Dollars, ($6,000.00) School Building Bonds of said School District. Bonds and attorney's opinion vill be furnished by the School listrlct. IRWIN W. HOF, -5 Secretary, Board of Directors. Pauline Madison, Elmore, and Armstrong Youth Wed [Held From Lost Week.] Armstrong, Oct. 11-Sunday afternoon at 4 at the homejol Mi. Elmore, Joe, visited Mr. < and Mrs. William, Haglind Saturday. The Haglinds visited relatives at Ottosen Friday Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter re turned Monday from a few days with their daughter Irene, St Mr. and M«s. Arnold Le Matre, o Blue Earth, spent the week-end a the parental Carl Halverson's. Mr. and Mrs. John Whltesell ar parents of a hoy, born October 7 Marion Davies and Merle Hanae vifilted at Waterloo last week-end at 06 Vote for M. J. Democratic Candidate for Treasurer of Kossuth County General Election November 8, 1938 A Continued Administration'of Honesty and Efficiency. Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated TOUCH TUNING Tliis sensational new feature gives you faster, easier, more accurate tuning. Your program is tuned in lightning f as t_at the mere touch of a key—and stays tuned with hair-line precision. The new 1939 G-E radio also brings you the new G-E built-in Beam-a-Scope that reduces local static interference- makes finer reception possible, especially in noisy areas. The Beam-a-Scope does away entirely with outside aerials and ground connections. There's a new G-E Keyboard Touch Tuning radio to suit every purse and purpose. Now's the time to trade in your old radio to advantage. 0 mK^^^mfmssm^mmm^^^mSK'mf: MODIl O-M G-E KEYIOAUD TOUCH TUNING 10 Keys—8 tubes—3 bands —Cathode Ray Tuning Indicator—Tone Monitor. .Circuit —12-inch Stabilized Dynamic Speaker—New Cabinet "styling — hand-rubbei' finish .... 5 Tube G.E. Mantel set $13.75 Kohlhaas & Spilles Free Home Demonstration * As we see it— MONEY ON DEPOSIT or in savings account , has been safer and produced better returns than 90% of other investments. IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Deposits Insured USED MACHINERY — THERE IS ready demand for used farm machinery. Tell Advance farm readers -what you have for sale. 34tf Want-Ad. 34tt » **9t n E FbUowing a abort wedding trip. the coupie will make their home at Elmore. _ _ . * *«• r AU FOE A HAD THE TELEPHONE PUT BACK SO OUR BOY COULD MAKE SOME EXTRA MONEY DOING ODD JOBS," this customer told us i. She £ rm^haUmpToved 'at this writing Monday. Other Armstrong News. Donna Miller «nd Marie Jraiter $ "He got many jobs over the telephone. Besides bringing jobs that paid well, the telephone saved us the cost of trips we wo\Jd have had to make looking forwprk." |fy«M<|0IJ**h*Vt ButinvM Qft«« ww.If* «N — - f — £ - , phon* if m.kinj and taving monty fef »tht«. MOITHWMTim MU Tf U-HOHI G9*fW SOFT WATER SERVICE Your City Water Department will install soft water service in your home or business and maintain and re-generate the softeners at the following prices: Installation Charge • • • • • .S3 Deposit to Guarantee Pay 1 !of Aect*_. Total • • • If soft water service is discontinued for any reason and your account is paid in full the $2.00 deposit will be refunded. Charges for the Service—$1 per month when one regeneration per month will take care of your requirements. SOc for each re-generation per month. If the softener is connected just ahead of your hot water heater and only your hot water is softened the $1 charge per month will care for the average home. When making application for the service the water department will compute r from your water bill if any extra re-generations per month will be necessary. Enjoy the magic of soft water, use only one-tenth of the soap formerly used,, protect your clothing from extra wear while washing and from deterioration from strong washing compounds. Also save on replacements of hot water coils in furnace and water heaters. Also save on electric current in your water heaters as there will be no scale to hinder transmission of heat into the water. The Savings are Greater Than the Cost This service it now available also in Estherville, Mason City, Sanborn, Iowa City, Newton, Hanley, Hampton, and several other Iowa cities, and it the answer of soft water for a community at minimum cost, ^mppr ^^^ (11,

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