Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1939 · Page 6
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IPLUMBINGI =32 THEBES A COBBER In nearly every home that Isn't working. Install a lavatory. Call LAIN6 & MUCKEY Phone -W4 ALICE MUELLER, WHITTEMORE, THIL6ES, WED .Tan. 2;!—'Herman MRS. PRISCtLLA SHAEFFER, 93, FORMERLY OF LUVERNE* DIES MMMMMMMMMM»M»»M(MMMM«MM( Lii Verne,, .ram 23 ! — Mrs. P»l's u cilia Sluietteiv Da 1 ,, known and: Dove* by many Ln Verne people;, died last wsfilt Wednesday at the lionns of lier d.wfditer, Mrs.. A. .1* Spoonev,. : Port Dodge. She -was a pioneer, resident at north Iowa, the widow! both armies. Funeral 1 services were held Friday,, with burial at Garner. 666 COLDS, FEVER AJB d. Tablets HEADACHES Sahe. Wos« I)rr>p'j_jJne_ to Colds fry "Rnh-.lfpffsni,'' a Wondertfnl Mnhnent. | Whlttemore, i Thilges and Alice JTueller were | of a Civil'war veter-aa.. Surviving I married last, week Tuesday morn-1 are three other daughters:. Mrg, i Ins? at 8 o'clock at St. Michael's: E. P. Dow, Forest City;: Mrs.. Floy* i Catholic church, die Ret, William' l>nion,. Clieroltee:: and Mrs. iVelt. pastor, performing the cere- i Charles Sucltow, Clarinda. Mrs. j mony. I Shaeffer was born in Virginia... anrf ! The bride wa.i attended by her alia was a young girl at tile tihie ' sister Irene, and Oswald Thilges, of tile war.. She had relatives brother, attended the bridegroom. The bride was attired in a white* satin, I'loor-lfinsth sown and wore a Inns? white sillc veil in cap ef- I'ftot adorned with seeded pearls. Her flow era were yellow roaea. The bridesmaid wore a royal bine .satin dress, with white accessories, and carried carnations and snapdragons, j A wedding' dinner waa served at' th« home of the bride'a mother, 1 Mrs. Grace Mueller, mid immediate families. partiea; was li«M afi ttt«r Cbmmuntty Hull fiist weelt evening.. TJuers were' eight Mrs,. J.. Hi Uiufa&nill; ami Dfeilnert! won IliglU and 1 Regies won a prfee^ at anodes, committee iiii afiorge-- causiaitetii afi Mesdiunes Panli, PlWlllps,. Bv K. P:. CL mnllty,,, A\raQie', and! Mr.. BeBnert.. Wonftfe Tfeilrfltair DUfe Honored— Mr. and Mrs.. Iv H.. Bunedelt en>- IM»M Plays and Writers Plays and playwritera were nn- iUe occasion Being 1 the 45th. anniversary ofi the dbiibTe wedding of Mr., and Mrs. Benedict and Mr. and MM. F: I. Chapman. Monday evening at Mra. P.. C. Lichty's. with Mr». George Hanaelnian aa hoateaa. Conanelo Hanna reviewed A Missouri Leg-end, by B. B. Ginty, and Louise Loners reviewed the autobiography of Noel Preaent. Indicative. Cor- rme Hulifi ard led the due to cold relieved hy first piea,wnt swallow of THOT^IJTS. Soothes all the way down Chen act,; from within. Ideal'for children. 3. r >c, QUTCKER, BETTER, NOTICE Corns to our store—buy ' a bottle of THOXINE— take a swallow—wait a few inmutes— J.' you are not entirely satisfied we will return jour money. Sold }>y DRt'O STORE Small Loans Up to $300 ni By all indications laat winter was nor. here yet and spring was not. far off. (The altuatlon have changed since then; but ! The new Mrs. Tillies has ions! rme MU . wl arrt led the women in i lived in thi« community, and shel ffmip singing, with Kleta Flnleyj j.intended Presentation academy.! 3 * accompanist. There were 18 ; Mr. ThiU:ea is the son of Mrs. I membeva "^attendance. ! Katharine Thilges. east of Bode.! j, j j«| n {, Hftars Proirram The couple will farm near Fair- " ^ Archie * g , lnf(ml WM ' pro . ler 50th. wedding anniversary liiat gram leader when the ,T. J. club! wee!c Tuesday. Mrs. Hanna re- met Friday with Mrs. Irvin Chap- t«rned : to Ln Verne late in tlie man. Mrs, C. Williams read an Intermediate Christina En'- snclety lindi a tolioggan party at tlis Bowman Bill; Tuesday evening, with' refroHhmenta: at tile Joneg cafe afi the close:. Other Ln Feme. Mrs. G.. A. Hanna,. the* Rliaaell 1' Fay weelt Sunday, al i Peter Tliompaon^,. anil 5Tr:g G. A. Hannsr remained 1 to- visit Kenwiclt friends and attend the' Minardi Bab- week to continue her visit liere.. ! way, Henry Dauclc. LITE STOCK HOIfSRfJOI/D FCKBTTTRE, RTt confident.!*' i las Hoed j on shelled corn. Too, there were I flock.* of mourning doves and meadow larks still in this vicinity. Two wrtftfe aj?o a crew of men ftT- cavating a. hole in a gravel pit southeast, of town unearthed a srray ground squirrul which was- sound aa!e-»p and cold and stiff, hut still alive, for its heartbeat could be seen on the body. article, A Negro Looks at. the Mra ' Carrie Colenian, accompan- . South, from the Reader's Digeat.J ieii ller daughter Louiae to. Water- nlay 'j aivd the sroup aang Negro aonga.i '°° Wednesday. Mrs. Coleman,, .',, an ^ I acconipanled by Mra. Edw. Dehn-1 ^ ho ^ Decently lost her son. Editor ™ ~ Coleman, Ln Verne* la now Mrs.. J. L.! "Ting 1 "with Louiae; Chapman I Jol "i and William Ramna Jr.. I took over the management of the local DX gaa station Wednesday. Harold Lichty had been manager three years. Whittemore. WM comin/to'^w'n ert , The J^t °f the'af teraoon wi | ^ week Monday on No. 44 he no- a sop her on the road dining 1 s-pent at Chinker-Chelt. Lichty and JCrs. F. I.. were club gu«sts. rida-ft Party at Hall— The second in a group of evening NORTH IOWA mmi co Plane 12Z !<>«> DR, C, C, SH1ERK PODIATRIST irnm Eastern Visits _ Mathilda Gorman, Des Moines i ^isitfid her sister. Mrs. Martin i Rischftid, last week Tuesday She ; ha/1 jiur, rteumed to Des Moinea i irom Lakehurst. >f. J., where she 1 had spent four months with her latter, Mra. Frank Bonder, whose ! mishand is employed there in a ; ?overnmenf. airport. .Mis-s Gorman i a, so spent some tims with relatives LONE ROCK WOMEN GIVE SHOWER FOR THE FORMER ALMA MADISON Lone Rock, Jan. 23—Sixty per-|A. Blancliard were hostesses at & sons attended a miscellaneous home project meeting at the form- shower at Mra. Fred Genrich'a Friday in honor of Mra. John Mnnch, the former Alma Madison. An out- Mra. E. C. er's home laat weke Tuesday.. The lesson was on new methods of tender-meat cooltery. Twelve women attended. The next meeting will be. on February 14, Valentine's .Veiv York and Washington D (Toot Corns,. Callouses, .Hammer Toes, etc., are oftetn. the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt, attention. Don't neglect, your feet. IfntchJson She went to Alj*ona from here tn visit another sister, Mra, J. H F'rafler, Riverdale township, 'wife o, this district's anperviaor. EVvator Rp»>l<>ets AH THrftctors Thf:^ Whittemore Elevator Co. hftld^its annual meetins at the Hisfginfl hall last week Tuesday and It wa fl we n attended, with 05 stockholders tor 3 were re-elected: M. W. Fan- of-town gueat waa Weisbrod, Fenton. Lunch waa served. Assisting hoatesaea were day. Meadamea Frank Flaig, J. M.' The Mite society met Thuraday Blanchard, AleT Krueger, Will; with Mra. H. J. Rice, Mra Arthur f.hriateniaon, N. L. Cotton, E. M. i Priebe aaai'ating. Out-of-town .Tenaen, W. G. Flais^, — • • - 3chultz, Roy Chriatenaon, and W. C. Heiter. Other Frederick: gueata were Mrs. Carl Priebe and ultz, H. J. Rice, W. J. Cotton, | Mrs. Raymond Priebe, Fenton The • Jensen, A. A. Krueger, P. M. j next meeting will be with Mra *°*™°™ - 1 ™ C. Heiter. Fred Genrich, Mra. Andrew Thom- .p aen aaaiating. _ -. , , KOCK> The local basketball teams lost i ihe Mothers club met Wednea- double-header to Bancroft on th day with Mrs. D. W. Fernau, Mrs. ] floor here Friday night The srfrL Mermin Ma.rlow a^aiating. Mra. H. i lost by & score of 35-28- the boya A. Blanchard read a paper on firat | 27-25, in an overtime period Taa ... . t «u.«u, w lt n : i a ,pl. foT «'«/f". and Mrs. V. V.|car Johnaon, Bancroft, thre-w the present S^en dlrpc- 1 Te conductsd games. The next; last basket meeting will be with Mra. H. A. Julia OTJonnell, who had spent a Balgernan, del. pr«ialdent: F. vice; Frank Reatfinlehnftr, secretary-treasurer; August Vauclt, Joa- Winkel. G. T,. Benachote'r'is'man- ai'er. The .-mm of K,- (50.5.1 waa returned to th;. patroiu In dividends. LOANS $50 and Up J)o you nf-ed money to buy an to or truck license, pay taxes or for winter necessities? Our liberal credit plan permits us to take care of the needs of most every borrow-, er, married or single. Terms arranged to conform to your: .Arndemy income. for Yonns,' People— _ Thft Lutheran young peotile's ao- ciety had a social rnftet.ing Wednesday evening in the Lutheran fi chool riaftfimfint. Chinese chf:«kers fur- nlflhfid the ftntftrtainrnftnt. Rimer •Waahs. Mavnard and Wilbur Roeb- fir, anrl N'orman Schulu were the f '-Ti tf:rtainmfint commlttfte. AInmni Heat H, 3. Quints— Thf: high school boys and girls naskfithall tftarna lost recent to local alumni teams, the girls ?1- S lT rft T f hV'']u 2 n1or and ^ opfined thfi evening, tr winning, 2fi-l. . . Blanchard, Mra. Lawrence New- brou°;h as slat ing. Alex Krueger and Mra. H. month here with relatives, left fo her home at Campus, 111,. Thurs day. Unique Club is to Be Formed by Swea City Business Men A ne-wly elected executive board for Swea City business men has hftftn formulating plana for an organization to be known aa the Vik- inga club. This name waa select- fid because of the traditions of early Scandinavian settlers in northwest Kossuth. Tt is planned to hold six night meetings this year on Thursdays (Thorsday). Regular luncheons be held Tuesdays (Tyrladay). f the club is to es- Loana made on Furniture, Livestock, or other personal property * * T)ODb)fih*adfir— • T«if:ntatlon academy lost a recent double - header basketball town and surrounding territory. Standing committees will be Tourists Wire From New Orleaiu The Pratt Electric had '•• to Do* jfoinea town-'hin' Thf I wi " meet at the Legion hall for a: ... » . _ -"jv. **''-' ifli-,-1 y,^.,... l*l,._.i.i_—, _o it r™? * n lr m , 6 " Mr ; a " d ^a. Dennis Pratt and Mr local firsts lo^t by the reserves, 20-1:5. -21 score; final consideration of the execu^ j tive board's proposals. and Mrs. Fred Parks, -who left recently for a trip in the south, had I reached New Orleans. They -n . . I •*•"'*•** l* «•! A1CY7 \J ^ ^^- wraen ^«~- 6t academy basketeers' ma ^ tfe!I either the secretary or They said the weather t.h^r« was Tnvestigate our Quick MONEY fJRKDIT HKKVJCE without obligation. P. J. KOHL HA AS Algona - Phone 22 lay the Algona academy here.! anvone on the membership | Othfr Whlttfmore. i The MftthodUt Aid met at Mra. Flay Carlisle's Thursday, or com- TT »••»*«»»»*«,/, iTir-i Harvey -Simpson and Clara Schultz I assisting. As,'eney.|Ex-Algonian Clerk ofTitonkaClub^ OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT! Toonff men about town irho non t trant to make clothes fanx pas, re i y on Ui) for dr . cieanintf. ft makes limited wardrobes Jast lonifer . . . look smarter, Itmntmber Frank Clark, formf-r now pablhhlnK the Tl'tonliaTopTc -"<•<•« elected secretary-treasurer of "na club at that town, under ausrilces of the was a new organized Officers were elected: president, Paul Elgler; vice. Dr. J. A. Mueller; secretary-treasurer, "Wilfred :>s a former member. )•=( president. Lions two cluba with unlnue tl- Stoeber; director, Alvin Zumach. The membership committee con- sista of Harry Haase, Charles Newel, Ray Priebe, and Eugene Hiiskamp. Lockjaw Caused by an Infected Tooth West Bend, Jan. 23—Mrs. Walton newltt was taken to Rochester Friday, suffering with lockjaw She had been sick three days with an infected tooth. Her mother, Mra Baker, Lu Verne, and Mr. Dewitt . accompanied her to Rochester ail riding in the Jerry Schutter ambu- RUTH WARD, WESLEY, IS BRIDE OF ARTHUR NUEHRING, SEXTON , Jan. 23—Huth eldest daughter of Mr. and Mra.' George Ward, became the bride of Arthur ° f Mr ' and Mr «- Herman Bouth of Sexton, in a ceremony performed at the First Lutheran church, Brltt Saturday morning at 10:30 by the Kev. J. T(. Kolberg. The bride wore white eat In and lace with trailing veil, and carried a shower bourjuet of rose* and ami ax. Her si«ter, Dorothy Ward bridesmaid, wore white silk embroidered organdy. Other bride's attendants were Leone Schlmmel, Blue Earth, a cou.sin, and Ruby Thompson. Mla» Schmimel wore yeHow e atln; Mlas Thompson, pink Best man was EuKene, brother or the brldesroom. Mildred Nuehr- fnjc, sister of the bridegroom flower girl, wore white taffeta and carried a colonial bouquet. The bridal chorus from Lohen- Krln was played by Mrs. Kolberg who also played the recessional by Mendelssohn. Frc-d Missal, Garner, eang Jesue, Be My Guide and My Task, accompanied by Mrs. Kolberg, A two-course wedding dinner They said the weather there delightful. was werved at noon to 50 relatives and close friends at the Brltt G. A. H. hall, where a color scheme of r 'ink and pale green was carried I out, with green vases and pink carnations at the end of each table. The bride's table was decorated with a three-tier wedding cake which bore miniature bride and groom. Eileen and Mary Ormsby, Brltt, and Imogene Neuroth were waitresses. Out of town guests were the Carl Schimmels, Blue Earth. The bride was graduated from the Brltt high school, then attended the Brltt Junior college, later took normal training at the State ieachers college, after she taught the home school northeast of Wesley three years Mr. Nuehrlne was educated ia the Klemme schools. The couple will start housekeeping on the old Chandler Ward farm, four miles north of Wesley, 8",Fp^uary 1. On this farm the brides father was born and where nhla x? rUe began fc Nuehrlng will £ Md °' thls . OMPSon la substi- at present NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4451. , In District Court, State of Iowa Kossuth county, ss. January term, 1939. To All Whom It May Concern- You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Lewis Larsen, deceased, dated July 21, 1937, having teen this day filed, opened and read, Tues- y> ,J, he 21st ^y of p ebru- ary, 1939, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona Iowa before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby not! fied and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said de- C63S6Q. 17, D 1&39 &t Algona ' Iowa - January KATHERINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court By T. Holtzbauer, Deputy. Attorneys: LINNAN & LYNCH. 19-21 ADS ARE NEWS Printed In Big This advertisement Is intended for fanners who intend to hold • pvblie sale this winter, and Its oh!.* la to provide a form calling' for everything the printer wfll need to make a food bill aai a rood ad Tn ested fanners should clip this advertisement and save it till thej need it. When yow are ready, fast* fiii „ . this form and take it to jour printer, oat Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement 1—It is customary to start out with some reason for holding the sale, such as "As I am about to quit farming and move to town." Give your reason here: -Give the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm. (Do not say "Five miles northwest of AJgona"—say, "Pour miles west and one mile north of Algona") 3—Give day and date of sale 4—Give hour when sale is to begin 5—What about lunch, if any? 6-How many horses? Describe each animal, with weight and age, and if you have standing horses or teams give particulars any out- know only what you tell him in your sure to give particulars about „, „„„. wws merits of your stuff. The fellow ten ml4 a7ay U™ the printer sweat if yours is a long bUl to know you, Cl ° S6 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?. 11 •Which do you want to come first-horses, cattle, or hogs?.., 12-Pann machinery. Give make and condition. Make « complete stone may fetch a buyer ten miles away In these automobile dayB a grind- » 13—Miscellaneous 14—See your banker. e«t th 0 * ow »,» __^ __, .. > " ^ *—' —,^.,..,—— 14-See your banker, get the terms, and 15-How many bills do you want? (The set them out here. HoW many mo uth 8? _ „ ,„ „ „.„ usual number is 100). 17 — Your name 18—Auctioneer 19—Clerk

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