Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1938
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PAQB TWO KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE*, ALQfrNA> tOWA BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS W. B. Quarton H. W. Mill*QUARTON ft MILLER LAW Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence SM Algeria, Iowa. J. L. B05AR Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, k>wi §ULLJTAjr, McJLAHOff & LI5NA9 I. W. Sullivan S. B. McMahot L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law Office in new County Mutual Bids Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HABRESFGTOJr & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Low» Phone 287 R. J. H. 44« B. J. TAN NESS, G. W. SHLLMAJ Lawyers Office in new Heise Block. Phone 213 Algona, low. Q. D. Shumway E. D Kellj SHUM1VAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 58 Algona, Iow» L. A. WlflKEL Co»nty Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 180 A. A. L. Election Is Held at Fenton ORGANIZATION MEETING HELD AT THE CHURCH Fonton, Nov. 2—The A. A. L. sociation [life insurance] of John's Lutheran church met Henry Eislers. West Bend. Married for Fifty Years as- St. Clarence Theesfield's "Ta"st'"~week Wednesday evening, and officers were elected: president, A. R. Willrett; vice, Alvin Zumach; secretary-treasurer, Viola Mueller. At "500" Mrs. Howard Reeder was high, Air. Willrett low. Mrs. E. C. Fauerby was in charge of entertainment. Lunch was served by West Bend, Nov. 2—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisler Sr. are celebrating their Golden Wedding anniversary this week Wednesday and are keeping open house. A big dinner for the children, their families, and other relatives will be served at at four long tables beauti- decorated with fall flowers, from 3 noon fully The open house p. in. to 5 p. in. for neighbors and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Eisler were both born in Germany and came to America when young. They lived on a farm they still own west of town three miles, till —- --• — . .,00 oti , cu U.MUWII west or town tnree miles, till Mrs. Alyin Zumach and Mrs. Fer- \ they moved to town 20 years ago. Ulnfllld RlPTRfoHf TMlo Tniitint.tr At- Ti,_.1 p .. ... .... ™«H Bl m s t edt meeting will be at Jnmmry Mr ' E!slel ' f ° r the church, farming on an did a little acreage till his ,.,uv, M i ™ V^ »..•-• v,... miming UK HU acreage 1111 nis with Mr und Mrs. Fauei'by as host health became too poor. Mrs. Eis- and hostess. leri ahvays n ha ,. d worker> lmd a Rruttiers Honorecs nt Party— flower e ardeu every year which Leslie and Lovd Voigt were **%" b ? au , ty sp , ot on that street ' honorees at a party Sunday even-'£ Ut the ' nSt three years she has ing given by heir sUtPi- VMn i beel1 to ° cri PP'e<i with neuritis to Bunco was nlaved 1 „?"??' TK" »«<* it up, though she still pital with gall-bladder trouble. Jinny to Torn-Husking Mnteli— A large number of fanners in this vicinity and a good-sized number of town people attended the state corn-husking contest near Ringsted last week Thursday. Other West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. George Foley, Des Moines, and their son Charles spent Sunday at Mrs. George Emerson's and Mrs. Frank Foley's. They took the elder Mrs. Foley to Des Moinee, and she is to go to California for the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Ina Nylen, Los An- department of the Sunday school met Rev. and _- -. „„ last week Thursday afternoon. Lessons of the month were reviewed and discussed. geles. The Home Presbyterian for Bible study at the Mrs. H. J. Noeding's Daubendiek, West Bend, in Auto Spill West Bend, Nov. 2—W. H. Daubendiek, owner of the telephone exchange here, had an accident last week Thursday evening white he was on the way home from Remsen. Driving near Bradgate he came to a dead-end in the road, as he came over a hill at a 60-mile gait. He threw on all brakes, and the car swerved into the ditch, where it turned over. Mr. Daubendiek's face and nose were badly wounded and bruised, but he considers himself lucky to have got off with life. A hole in a glass of the door, fenders were torn loose, and the car. was "sprung" and otherwise damaged. A wrecker from a garage was called to tow the car to town, and Mr, Daubendiek was brought home. Kossuth! Kossuth! Home of Tall Corn Irvington, Nov. 2—Farmers here i Warranty Bond With Gamble liONDED ANTI Krause, .. Boys' high was Ervin Votteler, and the low was Ernest Skare. Guests were high school Juniors and the John Ulfers family, Algona, Blanche Voigt and Fred Hutchinson, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bonnicksen and Harry Bonnick Mildred Wilberg, Paul HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 206 Algona, low P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J; Res. 316 A. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHIS01» Attoruey 0 -at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. Phone 251 Algona, lew* MAUEICE C. arcMAHON Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise Bldg. 325 _ Algona, lows POCTOBS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 een, Ringsted; VIr. and Mrs. Carl Voigt, Voigt, and Merwin Widdel. IValther Leaguers Have Party- The Walther League had a Halloween party Monday night, and members from Fairville and Emmetsburg were guests. Valerian I children are three daughters: Mrs. j Arthur Zinnel, near West Bend; Mrs. John Zinnel, Worthington, Minn.; Mrs. John Ban'wart, near Rodman; and two sons: Henry Jr. and Adam, both of Detroit. Farewell for Mrs. Foley— Mrs. Frank Foley's neighbors Jentz, Evelyn son Einiers, Vernon Ol- Betty West, who attends Waldorf I ln general, are well satisfied with college, Forest City, spent the the corn yield. Most of the fields week-end with her parents, Mr. are going 50-70 bushels an acre, and Mrs. Burr West. Robert Dau- The corn is mostly from hibred 'lendiek, of the Mangato business seed. The stalks grew tall, and .'*.«. j.-1aun. i'uiey s neignuors "'• -wno. VJDIU gave a farewell party for her Fri-' Mrs. Eisler Sr. college, was also here. Henry Eisler Jr., Detroit, and Mrs. Paul Goldsmith, Chicago, arrived Saturday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisler Sr. Mrs. Goldsmith is a sister of day evening. She was leaving for Des Moines to visit her son George, , ., and then, at Phoenix, Ariz., will ter, Mrs. John Zinnel, who lives . Henry Eisler drove to Worthing- °ln, Minn., Saturday for hie daugh- visit another son, Charles, thence going to Los Angeles for the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Ina Nylen. Mrs. Simmons Again Unwell— of o, )( . Borchar £ hnd w °''d from Mrs. Jeanne Sim- of entertainment. Dorothy mons, who is a Rochester patient Marie Fauerby, and Kath- to her s on Harold is not n were refreshments oom-!ing. She is again mittee, and Irene Bleck'wenn andj. Leona Borchardt were responsible for decorations. there on a farm. She is spending this week at the Eisler home. Carl Daubendiek, Marcus, and his son William, with Eletha Daubendiek, Remsen, were business visitors here Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. Snyder, of Boone, were recent callers at the Rev. H. J. Noeding's. They also visited the grotto. Tarty for l)e s Moines Girl- Mrs. George Goetsch and Mrs. Harold Goetsch entertained Saturday evening in honor of Mildred Goetsch, Des Moines, who was celebrating u birthday anniversary. ues'ts wore Mr. and Mrs. R. L Rossman, son Refine Jr., near Reinbcck; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. oetsch, Mr. and Mrs. James Dooc.v. Seneca, and a daughter-1 A.enes Goetsch Bailey. WOMANATSWEA CITY TAKEN TO MAYOJOSPITAL emu «. uuusmer; i Swe a City, Nov. 2 — Mrs. Lyie and Donna Jean Aokei ' man Wi »s taken to Rochester [last week Thursday for treatment for an injured nerve, following a complicated extraction of an imbedded wisdom tooth. She was to have opened a coffee shop on the Sislers Meet After 20 Years- Mr, and Mrs. William Alderson, Vayne. and Phyllis King returned, „ 01IUJ , Oll Saturday from two weeks visit day she was taken to Rochestei vitli relatives in Illinois. They vis- ted Mrs. Alderson's brother, Chas. Olson, at Morris, 111., and a sis- er from Michigan who was there. C. H. CHETZMEYEB, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraitb. Block Phones 444-310 low. MELYIN G. BOUKNE Physician and Surgeon Phonen: Office. 197: residence. 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist OJtfice in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phones: Business, 166; Res., 78!i Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCIIAAF Dentist Algona, Iowa Hutchison Building. Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office In New Heise Bldg. Phones: Office 44, res. 116. A. J. EASON Dentist Oifice over James Drug Store Phones: Office, 59; residence, S59 VETEKINAJIIANS L. W. FOX J. B. WItfKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona "nones: Office, 475-W; Res., 475-R Irs. Alderson hadn't seen this sis- er for 20 years. The Fenton party also made visits at Kaukakee, Redick, and Chicago. Child's Itirthilny Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Wallace entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter Wanda's fourth birthday anniversary. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, daughters Mariam and Caroline, the Fred Boettchers, the Fred Meyers, and Beverly and La Vonne Hainzinger. Choir for St. John's Y. P. S.— The St. John's Lutheran young people met Tuesday night in tho church .basement to organize a choir. Officers were elected: president, Ruth Kabelitz; vice, Leona Borchardt; secretary, Marie Fauer>y; treasurer, Evelyn Elmers; li- ariarian, Ervin Borchardt; director, Fred Wolters, local parochial .eacher. Party for Young Girls— Arzelle and Arlene Peterson en- Xine to W. F. ML. S. Meeting—The Rev. and Mre. J. G. Water- nan, Mrs. J. A. G. Smith, Mrs. R. 4.. Goetsch, Mrs. J. A. Mueller, Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf, Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, Mrs. Walter Weisbrod, and Mrs. w. J. Weisbrod attended t Woman's Foreign district meeting at 'uesday. Missionary Esthervllle - tertained at a Halloween party Monday afternoon, 4 till 6. Guests were Patty Vaux, Arlene Griffith, Doris Nelson, Patty Blomster, Phyllis Hammond, Shirley Ann Berg, Mary Jane Lobb, Lucille Montgomery, Jean Erickson, and Nettie Osterman. Farewell for the Collins— A reception will be held this week Wednesday night at the Baptist Guild hall to honor Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collin, who will leave sometime this fall for a new home in Kansas, where they have a house under construction. Hear Governor at Algona _ Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fults, Meta Dreyer. S. P. Eckholm, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Haglund, and Mrs. Paul, Larson attended a Kraschel speech ' Mrs. Floyd Oleson, of East Chain, Minn., visited Nettie Osterman and relatives here, including the Hagbert Olsons and the Bernard Petersons, last week-end and Monday The youngsters of the East Chain consolidated school, in which she is a pupil, are having a vacation while improvements are being added to the school building. School closes at noon this week Thursday for a teachers' convention at Des Moines. Mrs. Henrietta Goff was at St. Paul part of last week, buying roods for her variety store. buskers by hand have it just as hard to reach up for ears as it used to be to stoop for them. » Conducts MaRonlc School. D. D. Monlux, Algona retired railway postal clerk, went to Des Moines Monday afternoon to conduct a school for Des Moines Masons that night, Tuesday night, and last night today. He expected to return VOTE FOR OR, R, A, EVANS Democratic Nominee for CORONER The office of coroner requires the service of a physician. First to determine whether the injured is dead or only in an unconscious state. Second, if dead, to determine the cause of death. The Democratic ticket offers you such a candidate. The Republican ticket offers you a. candidate whose professional training, as an undertaker, qualifies him to care only for the known de^i. My dear voter, which will you choose, knowing, too well, that seme of your own, or your friends • *•> «>-"*~. ww..*w v/i j\jui unn, ui yuui incntjo 1 he ban-horn grocery store is re- may need the service of the cor- ported sold to a man from Dodge. Fort ! oner during I off ice? the coming term of Car Owners Attention! Low Cost Protection wk,, *, Bonded Anti-Freeze Car ownera—use Gamble's B< Only at' Gamble's do you get ulsureQ against freezing damage to your car'sV motor block or cylinder head backed bv» warranty bond of the Phoenix Insurant* J of Hartford, Connecticut. No need to nav i PeriGalkm Super Quality Tifer Winter Oil Flows Freely it 15° Below Zero The perfect winter lubricating oil for YOUR CAR! Retains body under hard driving. Low carbon formation. Instant lubrication during first starting moments. Per Gallon Less Can Including Federal Tax In Staled Container Gamble's Bonded „„,.,.„„„ ,.. rull strength, high S.^ ro st and corrosion. Does not2 rubber. Exclusive formula, ' Per Gallon In Sealed Can Per Quart In Sealed Can _ Sold Only At Gamble Stores" DENATURED ALCOHOJ IN SEALED CANS The Greatest Savings In Our History Full 188 proof. Complete protection against freezing damage to your car at money saving prices. Ordinarily a sealed gallon can of denatured alcohol would sell in most places for at least 80c. Gamble's low price Jm f^ 80c sealer* gallon 41%J < can • H0 20c sealed quart can. GAMBLE STORES FRIENDLY STORES OWNED BY EMPLOYEES Tlie Fords Tell Their P vr1939 at Algona night. last week Thursday 1liil»y for the Schroeders— A 9-1 b. son was born last week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schroeder. He has been named Donald Kent. OHier Swea City. Romona. daughter of Mr. and INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL I5SUBAJVCE ASSOCIATION *19,000,000 worth of insurance In force. A home company. Safe, se- cnre. D. D. Paxson, Secretar) LOANS AND INSURANCE BTUBTAGH & SON Farm Loans Heal Estate Insurance and Bonds Hutchison Building. Phone 105 Yonr Money's Worth in REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE LOANS, AND INSUIIANCE JOEL M. UEEBST Office over la. State Bk. Phone 98 Algona, Iowa See D. D. PAXSON ' For Town Dwelling, Household Goode, and Automobile Insurance. Do not neglect your policy for often loss occurs when insurance Ujksee. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADYAJTCE W«ekly Newspaper Founded in 1001. Entered as Second - Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Bcwtoffice at Algous, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. WAKE UP BUSINESS/ Advcrti»ing In j / Vo lilrthdays Are Observed- Mr, and Mrs. Kern Elerick, Alii Vista, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Veaux, Ida Grove, spent the weekend at L. J. Weisbrod's, and the WeLsbrods entertained them and the Alfred Meyers family at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Veaux's itnd Mi " saries. Floyd, and the -Ekeahls, of Humboldt, visited last week Thursday at Albin Nelson's and attended the corn-husking meet at Ringsted. ihe Fred Langemans, Swea City were at Herman Struecker's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ridder, Mrs. Charles Lohse, and Mrs Anna Light, all of Fairmont, calli-d recently on John Meyers at the Alfred Meyers home. John is still confined to bed. Ruby Hautelman, student at a Meyers' birthday anniver-'^ also made visits at Kankakee 1 business college, Des Moines' came Friday for a visit till Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Katie Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Weisbrod, daughter Ethel, and the Milton Halloween Party is Given-Mrs. S. E. Straley entertained at a Halloween party Monday 4 to G for her small daughters Juanita Mae and Andra Kay. Guests were the children of the neighborhood: Jackie and Georgia Gerhart, Charlotte Reidel, Donnie Boetcher, and Ward, William, and Kay Ruske. , on Weisbrods spent Sunday at Klemme with the Edwin Jostens and the Ueorge Schoenwetters. Ardis Voigt, teacher at Titonka spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Voigt. Viola Meuller was at Cedar Falls, attending of her daughter Bevora's fifth birthday anniversary. Guests were Virginia Ruth Mueller, Shirley Mae Mitchell, Darlene Elmers, Berg- Child's liirthday' Celebrated— ;Mr S . Albert Mitchell entertain- homecTminV ed last week Thursday in honor ^nd^r, Robert Kyhl entertained Sunday the L. M. Holldorfs and W. M. Holldorf, all of Ceylon and Ella Kyhl and Bob Turk, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Helgevold had a visit Saturday from Mr. Helgevold's parents, of Eagle Grove Joe i s manager of the Crltz elevator here. The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets at the church this week Thursday, Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, J. A. G. Smith, and Alfred Meyers hostesses. Karl, son of Postmaster and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, who is news editor of a. Rockwell City paper, spent the week-end here. Mrs. Mae Voigt, Welcome, Minn., daughter, and the John Plantings were entertaind at the Henry Boevers home Sunday. The Legion Auxiliary met Saturday at Mrs. Edw. Ohm's The next meeting will be Guest day at Mrs. W. R. Wolfe's. Mrs. William Philicjty, Compton, Calif., arrived Friday for a yisit till Sunday at her uncle John Aroogast's. Walter Lock, Chicago, spent the week-end here. He taught to* .parochial «htool laft y" Clarice Meling, and LeRoy noefer, and Dale Mitchell. K. 1'. Has Scavenger Hunt— The EpVorth League had a scavenger hunt Friday night. A Model T Ford cap, a picture of a black cat, and crutches were some of the numerous things required Hadley Bailey's s ide won, the Rev Mr. Waterman's losing. Lunch was served at Shorty's. Quilting Bee is~Ghen— Mesdames W. Reiiners, G. R. C. Stamer, Henry . - -.. Krause, William Meyer, Fred Dau, Alex Radig, and Henry Kressin, the latter of Pasadena, Calif., assisted Mrs. Emil Laabs at quilting last week Thursday. Other Fenton. , Guests of the Henry Berghoefere last week included Mr. and Mrs. W. P. DoroW, Garner, and son Wintos and Edgar, Thursday; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Meisleabn, Cleveland, Minn., Thursday and Friday; Mr. and Mrs. Keary - Berghoeier Sr., Hampton, "daughter Wilma, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hellickson, eon The Howard .._.,„,_, were here from last week day till Friday. I F WE KNEW anything better we could do for the country than make good motor cars, we would do it. By every one doing his best in the job he thinks most useful, this country is going to regain its momentum. We have tried to do our best in our job. > When business was suddenly halted in its recovery more than a year ago, we determined that we should keep going anyway, if not at full-volume motor car production, then at getting ready for greater motor car values that would help future production. EXPANDING FOR THE FUTURE We began to build 34 million dollars' worth of new plants and equipment. We felt that if we could not employ all our men building motor cars, we would employ as many as we could building better production facilities. We were told, of course, that this was no time for expansion, that a wiser business policy would be to "hold everything"—which means, stop everything. But no one ever got anywhere standing still. Besides, we are not defeatists. We.do not believe this country has seen its best days. We believe this country is yet in the infancy of its growth. We be- heve that every atom of faith invested in our Country and our People will be amply justified by the future. We believe America is just beginning. Never yet have our People seen real Prosperity, Never yet have we seen adequate Production. But we shall see it! That u the assurance in which we have built. Business a not just coming back. It will have to be brought back. That is nowibecoming. well understood in this country; for that reason 193? wul be a co-operative year. Manufacturers, sellers and buyers will co-operate to bring back the business that is waiting to be brought back. This construction program is almost completed. It has increased activity and payrolls in,a number of related industries, It has given us better facil. ities for building better cars and trucks, and eventually our new tractor whichisbeing perfected, THIS MEANS MORE VAMJE The current program has provided a new tire plaot, which wm turn put* part 9! our tire requirements . f , a new tool and die plant that will help u* cut the cost of dies ... and a »teel- P ress plant Henry and Ediei Ford, on the occasion of the that no one's hand touches but ours. Of nearlv and knowledge we L O "** b^™» »••»- BKCdy Still suppliers, and with other industries profit is on ,the finished result—d>Tcar otT^ of,b e /o U nding of*, fort Motor Company, It make* any kind of weather to order. Tb» weather it deliver* every <Jay would take nwntw to find in Nature, Our cut are weather-tested t» give you goo4 service in any climate anywhere. In other tots, every pail of the car a p<"|' »hed unmercifully, Then our engineers tear A down to fee if fay ^ fad abnormal wew of an X »'gn of weakne*.. The money we •peu4 on tests saves you nw*) f on repair*. Anjyour f am ily car is safer anjmgS depemiahl -"^-n w« put it in your bandi. ?'j-" | imii'*jft i t"j)"in!jMJJ^ "' """' ' *£ «- Duality to .imply wnot build We have two new Ford fjni for 1939— Wd better Ipoimg—but we alto have new car. W» «««4 4* Mercury |, If fit* into between the TESTING EQUIPMENT:

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