Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1938 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1938
Page 11
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SECOND SECTION Ko«mtl) Counts *^^ , '^^^ NOVEMBER 3,1938 OUPLE WED 57 YEARS [DLEGLERS LEBRATE AT lUHOATEVENT Verne, Nov. 2-A 67th wed- Inniversary, a most unusual Twas celebrated Sunday af- n toy Mr. and Mrs. FredLeg- toneers here, and was the oc- i for a happy family reunion, ftnner at the Legler home was ?d by 26 relatives who had 'd the occasion. Two 'long ' were decorated in a coloi -, e of orchid and gold and fcentered with two large wed- 1 , 9 decorated in. pale yel- sun' either' side were alive! Ilebra In'which lighted white I burned. Many beautifu EL of orchid and gold chry- jemums, gifts of friends, were •d about the rooms and porcli. En house was held in the af- fcn, 2 to 5, to let many neigh- Ld other friends call to con- llate the honor couple. Re- Lents were served by daugli- fjlrs. Phil Lichty and Mrs. ke Watkinson, and the two Iters-in-law, Mrs. Wilson Leg,d Mrs. Arthur Legler. e children, two eons and two jhters, with their families and i grand-children one great- Hchild, were in attendance. Ld Mrs. Wilson Legler, son ; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Legler, 'to., Ruth and Donald; Mr. and Phil Lichty, daughter Phyllis [of Lu Verne; Mr. and Mrs. 'ee Watkinson, Cedar Falls, /daughter and her husband, land Mrs. Harlan Nelson, Lyle, fc eon Freddie, the latter the F great-grandson. Earl Legler I Phil Lichty Jr., college stub, were also here. E and Mrs. Legler retired from I- beautiful farm home in 1901 I have lived in theft- home in li since then. Though they have (been in the best of health in [last few years, and are now iewhat frail, they were able to fet friends during the. reception f enjoy talk of old times. Jhis was a most enjoyable aft, and the many friends of this : couple, who have made Lu E ne their home for almost 6 Irs, were delighted to wish then p.* Society Begins Year- lie intermediate Christian En •or society of the Presbyteria nrch began another year's wor THE POCKETBOOK of KNOWLEDGE .#. WORK MOR6 HERf- -,..-TO Buy A PAIR OP OVERALL* AW fMSUW (ACTORY WORKER MUST WORK 4 TlMfS Af iOfJG A* AN AMERICAN. / GFWW, 10 rwet Afto/jo.*.. _ AH WHAN, fi liMtt At iOH&/ Sunday afternoon, with Kleeta Inley as adult sponsor. Vera Mmler was chosen president; THE FEDERAL PBFICIT FOR THE TO MORE THAN TOTAL GOVERNMENT A KANGAROO CAN COVER A PITTANCE OF 30 FK1 IN A SIM61E JUMP/. AM APPLE ORISlNAliy MEAKJ1 ANV FRUIT OF A ROUND MATURE AUTOMATIC HE AT THE FlR*T STOVK l»EP IN COLONIAL HOME* WERE &UILT WITH THRff 5/D5* INDOORS ANO THE FOURTH SIDE OUTDOORS, AMAW6 rf necefsAKy 70 so , OUTSIPE "TO 7 £MP -THF flREI riielma Baumgartner, vice; Alice Hedrick, secretary; Patty Conoway treasurer. The last two, Audrey Holmes, and Marjory Hedrick were chosen to plan a treasure hunt for ;his week Tuesday evening. Plans were laid for a food sale at Miss Murray's store Saturday. Open My Eyes was chosen as theme song and Working together with God as slogan, leader. Vera Dimler was lesson watch was kept to see that a corn field north and east of the stacks did not catch fire. A, pile of cobs near the stack had been burned last mid-week. The breeze started the blaze again, and it spread to the stacks. Lu Verne, Nov. 2—As the Otto stack ablaze all over and another near by burning at a corner. The wind was blowing the flames away from the farm buildings, but close Ex-Parishioners Visit Pastor— The Rev. E. R. Walters family had guests Sunday a group of former parishioners from Lansing; Mr. and Mrs. D. G-. Foettel, Mr. and Mrs, George Muny, daughter Sandra Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shield, Cedar Falls, and LJoyd Gooettel, who teaches Grove, were also here. Sister of Mrs. Klumer Dies- Mrs. Emilia Pergande, the Julius Frostys, and the Robert Blumers went to Ceylon Sunday, to attend the funeral of a sister of Mrs . ov. 2—As the Otto; Gooetteli who teaches at Linn Westings were eating dinner Sun- j (j r0 ve, were also here, day some one at the table glanced out of the window to see a straw Blumer, Mrs. Mary Helmke, who was 49 and left seven children. Mrs. Otto Wllley's Mother Sick- Rose Halligan, Fort Dodge nurse lias been at Otto Wllley's, helping :are for Mrs. Wllley's mother, Mrs, Peter Larson. Mrs. Larson recently closed her home at Goldfield to spend the winter here. Itnrnl School 1'lnns Cnrnival— The Vernon Consolidated school is having a carnival this week Friday evening, and young people of Lu Verne plan to enter an amateur contest. Dial Telephone Installed— Installation of the new dial telephone began Monday. Other Lu Verne. The George Thompsons, Ledyard, visited Sunday at Mrs. Peter Thompson's. They came ' early enough to attend services at the Methodist church. The Rev. Harvey Nelson, pastor here, was the pastor at Ledyard before coming to Lu Verne. Mrs. Chester. Stoddard, Alice , Stoddard, and John Stampka went to Deg Mollies Sunday to visit Mrs. Lillie Hesse. August Pergande, his children, and the Edw. Pergan- des visited Mrs. August Peregande at a hospital at Storm Lake Sunday. When Verla Huston went to Storm. Lake Saturday to spend the week-end at her home, Mrs. Herbert Smith and Mrs. Henry Peitzke accompanied her to visit Mrs, C. D. Bemis, former Lu Verne resident. The Robert Hardcopfs have moved into a new house that was built on their farm this summer. The William Bigins family has moved into an apartment over the City Meat Market. Mrs. Harry Brewer, Chicago, visiting her sisters, Mrs. Grant] Henderson and Mrs. Grace Green. The Phil Hendersons spent Monday at Mason City. Mrs. H. C. Allen and Mrs. Helene Trauger, went to Minneapolis Saturday to visit at the Mrs. S. E.- Smith and Donald Trauger homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds, of I Fort Dodge, their daughter Kay, and Doloris Pech, spent Sunday with the Max Blocks. Miss Corrinne Hubbard was called to her home at Rockford Sunday by word that her mother W Mr arid Mrs. Minor Babler and Mrs.' Minnie Church, Renwick, were Sunday guests at Henry Kubly's. ASTHE RICHEST FAMILY x^ ^\s ur»u/ u/r KMfiu; nun \ /^ ^v / f WE, T06, ALWAYS \ THOUGHT 1 AUTOMATIC } HEAT WAS EXPENSIVE! NOW WE KNOW OUR FUEL BILLS ARE ACTUALLY LOWER—AND WE GET EVEN HEAT WITHOUT WORK! Mrs Win. Ellis is visiting her daughters Alice and Mrs. Maurice O'Connell at Lombard, 111. ON DISPLAY FRIDAY, NOV. 4TH FORD QUALITY GROUP for 1939 Two New Ford Cars Two New Ford Trucks The New Mercury 8 An Entirely New tford - built car in the lower medium -price rield. ALL CARS WITH NEW HYDRAULIC BRAKES You Are Cordially invited to see this quality line at our premier showing. MOTOR CO FORD Service I'LL DO YOUR HEATING WORK FOR '/I WHAT OTHERS PAY FOR "SNAP-ON SNAP-OFF" FUELS! ™ast-to-coast They KNOW! Th / ) ) ) without smoke or soot -fu nly nv ( ( ( ( Easy to Own - It Pays Its Own Way! You, too, can easily afford this marvelous, low-cost automatic heat! Because the Automatic Butler actually pays its own way with month by month saving..In luel! Don't wait any longer! Get all the facts now about this modern Automatic Butler heat. Send the convenient «»"»»" I 0 *"* lor rREEJIterrture and FREE Heat Survey. HEATING FREE SURVEY! NEW LOW PRICE- STANDARD MODEL (Pins Minimum Installation Coat) p Phone us today for FEEE survey showing exactly how much you can save with an Automatic Butlor yvyour present heating system. No coat, no obligation for thui •nfjneer's report. You'll benefit by it! F. S. NORTON & SON Phone 229 — Algona POLITICAL TRUTHS L. J. Dickinsoii vJtedfortheAAA. His opponent Guy Gillette, as representative, voted against AAA, I Dickinson opposed change in the supreme court, but Guy Gillette, now his opplnent introduced three bills to cripple the Court! Dickinson opposes extravagance. His opponent voted for 14 billion dollars added to your tax burden. VOTE FOR DICKINSON! George A* Wilson Fathered the Homestead Bill. Has a record for the people. A member of joint committee from Hcuse and Senate that wrote Moratorium Statutes and favored them. His opponent, the present goyernor, has increased state taxes two-fold; has increased number of state employees from 3,000 under Turner to over 8700 Democrats now. VOTE FOR WILSON AND REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET Kossuth County 4ree present county officers are running for FOURTH terms-either for themselves or in the family. It's time for a change. Representative Kohlhaas voted against the Homestead Exemption bill—only 5 voted against it and he was one of them. Republican supervisors wll return economy to the court house. VOTE REPUBLICAN Fo. SENATOR - F« STATE - F« COUNTX BepuMJcan Comity Ctaptrel Ooo»»Ute0-* 9-

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