Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1938
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r^ - Seeks Aid for Morningsidc DRIVE STAGED AT BURT FOR COLLEGE CORN LONE ROCK Mrs. Russell Sharp and her daughter Joan have returned from Granada, Minn., where they spent two months with Mrs. Sharp's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer, Webster City, and Mrs. Jennie West, J* O WITH ELECTRIC R.TOUCH" TUNING [the radio world! TIME- ps your faithful servant, the stations you want |ant them withe*.'* «ny at- i you. Also turns set ON |fa more missing of favor. Easy to "set" as a clock |—nothing to get out of a thrilling new 1939 ra- pence you'll be proud to 89K-1 THE RADIO THAT TUNES ITSELF! TIME-TUNING combined with Electric "Feather-Touch" Tuning—lightly touch a button and you have your station quick as a flash! Look at this sensational low price. $109.95 i Easy Terms b in and Hear It Today uth Radio & Electric Algona, Iowa AW FOX A FREE DEMONSTRATION OF "ALL-IN-ONE'REMOTE CONTROL arm Loans / 2 % No Commission Aetna Life Ins. Co. Loans from 5 Years Up Hutchison & Hough rity State Bank Bldg. Phone 251 >M««««»MX .Vote for J. DUFFY Democratic Candidate for Treasurer of Kossuth County General Election November 8, 1938 A Continued Administration of Honesty and Efficiency, four Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated VOTE FOR JOHN H FRASER (Democratic Candidate tor Kossuth County SUPEBVI&OK—FIRST MRS, KATHARINE McEVOY Democratic Candidate for Clerk of Court Kos»ntli County Your vote will be appreciated „...„, , , . spent last week Thursday at A. Hurt, Nov. 2—Tony Gedlvtllo, of Meyer's Sioux City, a Morningslde college M™ . Morntngstde college M rs. James Wadsworth, guests at 'William Nelson's. Afternoon visitors were the Maynard Kuecks, Whittemore, Myrtle Or- viok, Ledyard, and Kenneth end Glen Graham, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, Fairmont, were Sunday guests at the Don Harris's and supper guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoppe, Burt. The A. H. Hannas were afternoon and supper guests at George Jentz's, Fenton, Mr. Study These Features of the New Chevrolet _ — - *-• JTJ.1 O. W ClltlCM? J» (*v»fcJ ii w* u«»j •.-.- ~. student, was here from Friday to Harvis Wadsworth, daughter Mrs. Sunday, assisting with the corn Knol i ( an d a Mrs. Mitchell accom- drlve for the college and other pan ied Mrs. Arle Dittmer to Fort Methodist benevolences. Mr. Gedl- Dodge last week Wednesday. Mrs. villo preached Sunday morning at E. E. Paine, Burt, was a Sunday the Methodist church. While her© dinner guest of the Wads : worths. lie was entertained at the parson- Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth ago, the B. W. Brooke, Mrs. Lillian helped Mrs. R. S. Hawcott cole- Shcluon, and Rev. G. H. Wessel brate a birthday Sunday. Mrs. William Rath, daughter nirthday Is Honored- Mrs. Henry Kueck, Lone Rock, . Charline, the D. J. Rutledgee, and Mrs. Alma Johnson spent Sunday afternoon at Harold Sorenson's, at entertained Mr. and Mrs. R. A. L U Verne. Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rey- j A. birthday party was given for nodls, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut, ' Herman Ohm at John Sehallin's Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas, Mr, and i as t -week Wednesday evening. At- Mrs-. P. W. Kollasch, Mr. and Mre, 10. C. Schwietert, Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. llledel, and Mrs. Bertha Koestler at a party Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Kueck's birthday. Woman's Chili Entertained— Esther and Ruth Hodgson enter- tending: the Frank Pompes, the Herman Mittags, the William Lein- ingers, the Otto and Edw. Ohms the Martin Dreyers, the Martin Meyers, Algona, the Fre'd Schmidts and Robert Schmidt Jr., Luella Schmidt, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were din-; Mrs. nel> guests at W. J. Welsbrod's, Fenton. Harley Shelllto, a Doctor Melhus, and a Doc'tor Reddy, all of Ames, spent Friday night at N. K. !otton's and E. M. Jeneen hunted with them Saturday. A surprise birthday party 'Was given for David Lynch Sunday night. Attending: Mrs. Jennie Whitford, John Whit/ford, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ackarman, Mr. Mrs. Irwtn Wetzell, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaeer, and Mr. and Carl Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hamm, Early spent Sunday at Hugh Walsh's. The W. D. Haucks, Humboldt were at Fred Genrlch's. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt, the Jos. Culbertsons, and- Elva Ewoldt, Algona, visited the C. C. Cushinga, Swea City. Sunday dinner guests of H. 0. Buell; and a book study, "This Lite I've Loved," by Rachel Field, given by Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel. Ii. If. Sclieucks Entertain — A group was entertained at L. H. Schenck's Sunday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Schenck'e father, J. K. Hansen. Those present included the J. G. McDonalds, Clair Winkles, I. W. Hansens, Elmer Hansens, and Walter Sorensons. I'lnn Past Matron's Night— Kossuth Chapter No. 201 tained the Woman's club Monday, Th * Rl h Tnompsons an d the evening. Our Aesthetic Heritage, j L t Sunday a£ter . was the program topic, and. m-J noon at Mrs , James Dmm . e , Ledyard. The L. B. Hollisters, Kanawha, were at Fred Wegener's and Claude Whltehill's, and were supper guests at W. C. Heiter's. Mr. and Mr. A. A. Krueger entertained at Hallo'ween dinner Friday evening. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen. Court whist was played. Many from here attended the corn husking contest at Ringsted. Mrs. Dora Laabs entertained at a quilting last week Thursday. Mrs. William Stahmer, Mrs. Fred Dau, Mrs.. Henry Reimers, Mrs. William Meyer, Mrs. Gust Krause, all of Fenton, Mrs. Alex Radig, and Mrs. Henry Kressin, Pasadena, Calif., were there. Mrs. Eugene Pearson, Jennie Whitford were Mrs. Lynch, Ledyard; Mr. and Tom Lynch, Fairmont; Mr. will meet next week Tuesday evening for its regular monthly meeting. On the following Tuesday evening past matron's night will be observed and candidates will be initiated. Bcturns from Colorado — ^ Algona, spent last "week Thursday with Mrs. Roy Snyder and they called on Mrs. W. J. Cotton; Mrs. Donald Blanchard gave a „ „ „ — birthday party Friday night for Mrs. Rose Schryver returned ner husband. Attending: the J. M. last week from Denver, Colo.,' Blanchards, the Chester Almes, where she had spent several an a the H. A. Blanchards. months with her daughter, Mrs.' gona. and Mrs. Weisbrod ex- Ellen Baum. She has rented rooms I a ttended°a Halloween party Satur- at Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson's. day evening at the church, later •n « 7~T~w v attending a Halloween show at Al- Stops En lloute to N. T.— Raymond Carter, who drives a Brady truck out of Fort Dodge, called at his home here Thursday. He was on his way to New York. Diilmrine U. Corn Drive— A com drive for Duhuaue uni-^ versity was staged by the local Presbyterian church last week. A good sum was obtained. Other Burt News. Ruth Thompson, who is working at Ames, came to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson, arid to see her sister, Mrs. F. H. Lathrop, Salem, have'moved to the telephone change apartment. Mrs. Weisbrod is assisting operator. W G Flaig attended an Inter- Harvester meeting and a • Buffalo Center Saturday D. Arends, now of Rock Valley, wi'th the daughter Patricia, attended to business here last week Wednesday 8 -• ests of Mr. and id lunch guests L. Cotton. Mar Mrs. Jack Kresbach, Swea son Maurice and Mr. and Dave Lynch. Mrs. Francis Poole and Catherine Stebritz spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Michael Elbert, Algona. Margaret Englund, Algona leacher, spent the week-end at E. M. Jensen's. The Clarence Macum- bers, Algona, were Sunday guests of Mrs, Frank Macumber, all spent the afternoon at Dick O'Donnell's. Mrs. Carl Priebe, Mrs. Raymond Priebe, and the latter's son Donald, all of Fen'ton, spent Sunday at Arthur Priebe's. Charles Schultz, Ehnore, and his son Alfred were here Monday and Alfred remained to work at Ello Rahn's. Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, daughter Catherine, and Laurence Kockler, all of Bancroft, took Mrs. Francis Poole to her home at Fort Dodge Sunday. She had spent a week here. The Schyler Bates family and the Donald Marlows were Sunday dinner guests at Ralph Hurlburt's. The Ornle Behrends family, Seneca, were afternoon visitors. The Ernest Walekrs, Lotts Creek, and the Mrs. C. W. Peters family, Algona, spent the afternoon at Ruolph Peter'a The Junior play.The Eyes of ove, will be presented this week Friday evening at the high school FOR SALE—AN L. C. SMITH ANDj uditorium under the direction of Leone. Schulz. The A. A. Kruegers spent Sun- ay at the Charles Schultz home, 31more. Ore., who came Friday for a month's visit here. Mrs. Paul Moore returned 'Sunday from Cedar Rapids, where she had visited her son. She also went to Iowa City for a health check-ui> at the University hospital. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode, brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Fairbanks, and Mrs. Sarah Stahl visited Sunday at Wes Streater's at Mankato. Mre. Dorrance and Mrs. Fairbanks are Mr. Streater's cousins. V Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Bahnson, Cannon Falls, Minn., spent the week-end with the doctors' parents at Inwood. John Farvour left Sunday for his home at Thief River Falls, Minn., after spending a week here at the William Elvidge, R. F. Elvidge, and C. B. Chipman homes. The Methodist Aid meets at the church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs G. C. Allen, Mrs. Carl Bahl- o£ Mr. and Mrs. ..._.-- ian Jeneen went to Rock Valley with the Arends family for a visit Mr and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Guderian Algona, spent last week Wednes day evening at Will Christenson's •Mrs. Charles Morris, Mrs. Ja Godden, and Mesdames P. M. an Will Christenson attended a show er Saturday at the H. W. Manu home, Burt for Mrs. Milton Slgle The S. M. Orwicks, Ledyard, th Maynard Kuecks, Whittemore, an Mr and Mrs. Bernard Jense were Sanday dinner guests at the Henry Kueck's In honor of • Mr. Kueck'a birthday. Mr. and Mrs.. Bernard Jensen spent Sunday evening at Leo Lampe's, ^"-"vft New Aero-stream styled bodies combine with major mechanical improvements to provide new beauty, safety, comfort and operating ease, in the 1939 Chevrolets, presented October 22, and featured at the big auto shows this month. The new models are offered on two chassis, the Master De Luxe and the Master 85, both of which are powered with Chevrolet's famous six-cylinder valve-in-head engine. A new vacuum gear shift mechanisnvwith steering column control, optional on all models at small extra cost, does 80 per cent of the work of shifting gears: The Master De Luxe series features a new riding system, in which a brand new Chevrolet Knee-Action mechanism is scientifically co-ordinated with new ride stabilizer and double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers to furnish a smooth, soft ride. . Central picture is the new Master De Luxe Sport Sedan. Upper right: front end view of the 1939 car; Upper left: Master De Luxe front suspension unit, complete; Lower left: accessibility and finger-tip ease of operation are two major features of Chevrolet's vacuum gear shift with steering column control; Lower right: As the handbrake on all models is re-located under the cowl, front compartment floor is cleared in cars with vacuum gear shift. Come In! See the New Chevrolet Today at Kossuth Motor Co. North Dodge Street Phone 200 Algona an Underwood typewriter. Both machines are full-sized standard typewriters. A bargain at a cash pr4ce. See our window display.— (Advance Publishing Co. THEY WOULD READ YOUR AD TOO, IF IT APPEARED HERE New CHEVROLET 1939 ing, and Mrs. B. K. hostesses. Monday was Jack Bahnson as McMullen's the occasion being Mr Bancroft, Jensen's Again More Quality ALL PRICES REDUCED birthday, and in honor of the event seven boy friends were entertained at supper at his home. The Fortnightly club will hold a farewell party Thursday for Mrs. Lillian Sigler Blumer, who will move to'Algona soon. Mr. and Mrs.'Fred Marks, Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Mary Hug, of Mt. Angel, Ore., visited Burt frienda over the week-end. Janice Sells, Galbraitb, came Thursday to spend a few with her grandparents, Mr, Mrs. E. E. Paine. Dale Kennedy and Thelma Jacobson, Mason City, spent Sunday with Dale's parents, Mr. .and Mre. W. T. Kennedy. and The Legion and Auxiliary met in joint session at L. H. Schenck'* Tuesday evening. A potluck supper was served, .,.•,'» The Epworth League entertained ^Sr^aftTS^ Xr We T l M S -S.will meet at Mrs. A. G. Volentlne'a Saturday afternoon. Mrs. C. B. Chipman is as~ sisting hostess. I Mrs G. C. Allen had a minor operation performed at Doctor Clapsaddle's office Monday morn- Mr, and, Mrs. E. A. Bleich and Luella spent Sunday af- father Fred Jensen's, birthday. The Ernest Meyers, Burt, and the Lloyd Hutchinsons were Sunday guests at A. J. Meyer's. A surprise birthday party -was given for Henry Kueck at his home Sunday evening, and 500 wes played at four tables. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas, Algona, daughter Helen; Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, the Beldels, Mr. and Mrs: R. A. Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. H. E Rachut, Mr. and Mrs. C. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Sch- weitert, and Mrs. Bertha Schw* 1 -' terti all of Burt. Mrs. Bass and Louis Reidel were low at cards, and Mrs Reidel and Mr. Bleich were high. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough had as Sunday dinner guests the Edw. BliancnardeV Inrtngton, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller, and the Lawrence Newbroughs. Mr, ana Mrs. Mueller took W. J. Reynolds to his home at Humboldt last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wells, Lake Crystal, Minn., and their son Eugene spent that day and Friday at A. D.'s. The 4-H beef club met at Andrew Thomson's Friday evening, 28 persons attending. Mr. and Mre. V. J. Gross spent) ! VS: i'ftl the week-end at George Grosse's, Ames, and also called on Mr. Grosee's sister, Mrs. H. A. Harrl- $* om«^ son. \tf* The Theodore Jacobsens, Humboldt, and the Alton Hurlburts, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner mote UK**' Vain* ln at OtW Falk'e The Robert Olloms, St. spent the week-end at the Jamee Ollom and Ed Weteke homes • Lanon Rash' fell while pl ft week ago Monday, and .broke oe Mrs. Nielaeu'B Mrs. Dora Armstrong, Sunday. Mrs P. F. Kriethe and daughter , aid Mrs. Al AtaeUe were , Des Moinee vl»itore Saturday. , 'Mrs. J H. (Jrahftm wa» tf*w * tones . Mr rs. . B lc* Friday witH an »tt«cli ot gall ttones and IB *till 111 to ted- M«. Bdwwd City Liniment, CHbVROLET "CHEVROLET'S THE CHOICE" W 1 * 1 Dray and tnvntor STORABEofALUIHDS Distance Haulinf lo&d iuond m »U all l *if«, taw««lki PERFECTED SEE YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER Kossuth Motor Company r,,r>« Fl-UG,

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