Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1939 · Page 3
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PAOT IORE! CRIIIf COBIMBV COLDS, PKVKH AND HKA1HC11K8 due to Colds ft Wondcrtn nlment. IW. POST Third Lakotan in 3 Weieksls Stricken i mi I AGE of ALL KINDS i M-.iHiice Hauitti* •mad mnured against |n<t damage of all kind*. to do all kind* of 7D , ID, BURIED JAN, 28; FIVE CHILDREN Lakota, Jan. 30—William Bauman, 76, died Wednesday of a heart attack at the home ol his brother August here. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran oi a IUU8lult , UUUM . 01 ., „„„ „ church Saturday afternoon, with goo( j | oca | ta i en t wa a presented. tltronu low» < the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Boese, la charge. There are three sons: William Jr. and George, Lakota, and Fred, Ledyard. There .are also two daughters, Mrs. B. Werlnga, New Dam Which is to Be Built Near Livermore Okeyed Livermore, Jan. 30—Two out-of- town speakers addressed the new Lions club at dinner at the town hall last week Monday evening. One was Paul Leaverton, of Fort Dodge, once an Algona cow-tester since in conservation employ; the other, George McCullough, Humboldt. Dr. R. J. Oilman was in charge of a musical contest, and some The., dinner was served by the "Town Tavern," operated by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falb. The speakers urged Interest In TWO IRVINGTON ILLNESS CASES MUGHIMPROVED two daughters, Mrs. B. Werlnga,' conserv atlon and spoke on a new Lakota, and Mrs. John Geerdes, of ,j am wn t c h will be under way here jail Loans Ip to $300 I.IVK STOrK lillM,l> fTRNITCBE, ETt inurteous. confident!*' nerrlce [HIOW A FINANCE CO Swea City. Mrs. Bauman died 16 years ago. This was the third, death here from heart attacks in three weeks. Acorn Club Hears Program— Mre. John Smith was hostess to the Acorn club Thursday, and In the absence of both president and vice president the secretary appointed Mrs. Delia Smith, president protem. Following a business meeting, roll call was answered with aafetygrams. Mre. Edgar Inlay, wife of the local editor, read a paper on Conservation of Life on Highways, and Mrs. J. H. Warburton reviewed' Death Begins at Forty, by Harry Barsantee, supervisor of the Travels News Bureau. Mesdames Ida Smith and Ray as soon as weather permits. Material for the dam has already been unloaded near the spot designated for the dam, which will be east of town, near the Rock Island pumping station.' with you always, even unto the end of the world.—Matt 28:20. Thursday dinner guests at O. L. Miller's were Mr; and Mrs. Willard Gregson, the Elliot Sklllings, Russell Fry, and the latter's daughter Audrey, all of Algona. Another John Deere Day. West Bond, Jan. 30—The Mertz Implement Co. held Its annual I John Deere day Thursday. A largfc Irvlnglton, Jan. 30—Both William' number of farmers, Including Champion and his small daughter wives, ate free lunch at the Legion Phyllis Jean are much improved hall and in the afternoon attended at the General hospital, to which movies. Three tractors were run- they wtre taken a few days ago! ulng on exhibition in the street, with pneumonia. The Champions ••had been having the flu. The in-' fant son had a heavy cold and a high fever, but re'sponded Immedi- • f- 4 is G comma oul evcnl ou should not MISS ately tc treatment. Phyllis Jean ItaH MllllWH 01 fit* |;l«6 Smith, will entertain next week Thursday. Mrs. Moe Hospital Patient- Mrs. Harry Moe,- who was taken to an Estherville hospital recently, NEW SWEA CITY 'VIKINGS' CLUB HAS 'SET SAIL was brmht home last week-end. Glen Sliaw, Nora Springs, Is at the Champim home, attending to the farm work. Mr. and Mrs. Champ- Ion and their daughter were all severely Injured In an automobile accident early last fall. Mrs. Champion, most critically injured, could not leave the hospital till the Christmas season, and she still suffers Swea City, Jan. 30—A constitution for the newly organized Vikings club (business men) was adopted last week Tuesday night at a supper attended by both men and women, some 50 persons altogether. OPTOMETRIST IKEN GLASSES— fduplicate that broken Whether furnished by riginally or not. A. W. AMUNSON Optometrist . ive Borchard Drug Store ••^•••••^^••••^i^^*^^™^^^™^^^^^^^^^^ OR SALE tare now offering to sell 1 Acres — Gronbach Farm Imiles N. W. of Lu Verne, I on gravel road. Im|ed, tiled. ;AH tillable ster and Clarion soil. jnember, we can give pos- gion March 1st. be bought on our libera ns. Annual installments the same as' customary t. See me at once i E. T. HAUPTMANN iithorized Representative jrwith, Iowa. Phone 5 Ir see your local Realtor had a major operation there last week Wednesday morning. Her, condition Friday was reported satisfactory. Her daughter Eleanor and the latter'e husband are with her. The Otto Koppens took Eleanor and John Moe to Estherville Wednesday to see their mother, and the Koppens drove to Montgomery for the day with Mrs. Koppen's sister, Mrs. Roy Farrington. ce Jack Schissel Daughter- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel re- ently spent a few days at Minne- polis with Mr. Schissel's people lere. On the way home last week 'uesday they stopped at a hospital t Austin, Minn., to see a little aughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Tack Schissel Saturday, January 1. The Jack Schlasels live at .dams, Minn., and they have three ons. This was the first duaghter. /akota Wins and Loses — A large crowd attended Standing committees of four members each were named on civic matters, public relatoins, legislative affairs, membership, hosts, and program. Editor Sperbeck, of the Herald, writes in his matchless etyle, under the head, The Vikings Set Sail, "The pleasure of the supper hour was increased vastly by appearance of the O'Green Bros, orchestra, which played such good old Viking music as The Man on the Flying Trapeze, The Old Gray Mare, Tipperary, The Iowa Corn Song, etc." Incidentally it is noticed that of the executive board of the new organization only one is a Scandinavian, albeit probably half of Swea City's business men and women are of Scandinavian descent. Methodist Aid to Meet— The Methodist Aid is to meet this Vee gona, ters Conni from broken teeth which she car not have extracted because of the condition of her jawbones, which were broken and have not entirely healed. Another Operation for Hoy— Louiii, son of Mr. and Mrs. William G -onbach, who has been a patient at an Iowa City hospital for severa' months, had another operation for mastoditis late last week. He hus had several operations TRADE IN YOUR OLD TIRES ON ROAD-GRIPPING Pullmores icing hospitalized, and some ago his parents were called bedside because of his cri- since weeks tical CDndition. He recovered, however, und is reported to have felt improved till this latest operation. Sells ! Electric Equipment— Vonneley has been at Al- attending to business mat- ad visiting old friends. Mr. ley operated a radio shop LQ.WER PRICES EVER BEFORE ON PULL- MORES — THE ORIGINAL MUD, SAND AND SNOW TIRE. YOUR OLD TIRES, REGARDLESS OF THEIR CONDITION, ARE WORTH MONEY ,DURING THIS SALE. there a few years ago, but is now employed in a Sears-Roebuck store at Mason City. He has been selling a, lot of electrical supplies, fixturjs, etc., toi patrons of the new R.EA electric lines, and has had as many as six crews wiring buildings. Road Inter- L-LOOKIN' FOR YOU! llf - your motor could talk I we'll bet it would ask |for DX Lubricating Mo- Itor fuel. Johnson's D-X SERVICE I IKF OUR 5ERVKX" high school basketball games here ast week Monday night between .he Lakota-Ledyard boys and girls, and Lakota won, 31-29, but the local, girls lost, 33-24. The girls team played at Lone Rock Thursday evening, and won, 16-14. Flacings in Amateur Contest-r Following are placlngs In a recent amateur contest at the local theater: ylst— high school girls' sextette, Dakota; 2-JStenzel Kiddies, Tltonka, guitar, mandolin, and vocal; 3-^Herbert Gahsti, Elmore, violin; 4 — John Beenken, Titonka, accordion. Sister of Lakotan Marries— Lena Amundson, Eagle Grove, and Edgar Allen were married at Eagle Grove last week Wednesday and are living, there. The bride Is a sister of Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Lakota, and the bridegroom a brother-in-law of Frank Lewis, south of town. ___^ Jas. Bruer Down Sick- James Bruer was confined to bed several days ..last week with week Wednesday, with the following hostesses: Mesdames Paul Larson, R. M, Minkel, 'Henrietta Goff, William Evans, Watson Herrold, and Virgil Moore. Devotions will be led by Mrs. John Elliot; Mrs. Harold Evans will give the lesson; and Mrs. E. L. Hansen will provide music. Leavesfor Louisiana Visit— Mrs. Delbert Hunt left one day last week for Baton Rouge, La., to visit her sister, Mrs. G. C. Boyce. En route Mrs. Hunt was to stop to see her brother, Adrian Clark, who is in a veteran's hospital near Milwaukee. "Later she was to s*top to see the M. D. Shippeys at St. Louis. Johnsons are Both Sick— /•.. The Charles Johnsons, Algona, visited the M. E. Johnsons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Johnson have both been sick several weeks, and Mrs. Johnson was not yet able to leave her- bed last week-end. Gym Problem Up Again— The old, old question of a new school <gymnasium- for .Swea City consolidated has come up once at River Buttressed— Loads of rock have been hauled and dumped on the road west of the McConnell farm to fill in a place which was being rapidly wash id away by the river. The wash)Ut started last fall, when the road was under water for a long periol. Skin Patient Brought Home- Do laid Hiller, who had been a patieiit at the Kossu'th hospital several weeks with a severe skin Infection, is now at home. He 1 Is improved, but is unable to return to school. Aid to Serve at Sale— id M serve ai saie— r —•- — . - •;•• • ~ • r'." . Mrs Frank Asa and her mother The Pullmore tire is the original, Mrs. Lillian Zink, entertained the land only tire which does not re- Aid Thursday, and 20 adults were iquire chains in snow, sand, mud., served lynch at 4:30. The society lor rain. The tapered knobsi clean, --" -••"--- - - - — - ithemselves with every revolution. will farn mother care for Mr. Bruer. Wedding Celebrated — -- — — .__.___- v — , .- - Wllf9UI*VICtl.OU UO0 \SULUG **tf \ftM*s\* flu and complications, .Mr. and more Fans nave anno unced that Mrs. Bruer have four; daughters t ^ oy wi n c i r( ; U i a te a petition for a who take turns at helping their bond election. To Iowa City for Check-Up— euumg j»inii»Ei-B«j voMJwun*™—| (Mre, Hugh Butlerfield and her Mr. and Mrs. William Kienltt Bon Marion went to Iowa -City Sun- celebrated a wedding anniversary ^ &y> an a were to return Monday, with a party last week Monday Marion, who is diabetic, was called evening. The men played carte, tnere for a c heck-up. / ^" played Chinese ;— Guild Will Meet Friday— The Guild will meet this week Friday, and leaders will be Mrs. Rachel Stockman and Mre. Jennie McCrary. A lovered-dlsh lunch will and the women .heckere. Ordinances In Book Form— The town council has recently lad all ordinances revised, and the •tart Smart! lame are being published in the! t, e Se n4d. Dakota Record. They will be bound n book form. port serve lunch at a John Weber sale. Other Irvlngton. •. and Mrs. George Wagener and Marjorle Reding were Thursday visitors at Fort Dodge. Susie Frideres stayed with Franklin and Shirley Wagener, and then re- "mained for a few days' visit. •Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Davis, with thei- small son Darrel, left Friday morning for their home at Stock- trie wheel. ) Bring In Your Old Tirci and (You Only Hav* to Pay Th«»« ' ,- LOW PRICES They had been with Mrs. Davis'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. L; E. Col 1 yell, since fall. Mrs. Naomi Lofing, Mason City, came Friday to take her daughter Jea:i home for the week-end-. Jean Is f laying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. McLean, and attending school. •The Rev. Mr. English preached Surday, January 22, on The End of the Age, using as his text, Lo I am 598 4.40-4.504.75/21 .. 4.75.5.00/lt $ 6.41 5.25/17 ............ 7.31, 1.50/17..... v. 8.24 4.00/1 « 0 ............ ^ 9.29 1.50/1* * a. Cot of kbit. ^Sfii tlmed. n£.wcom&ii .".. no ft of ciovcm k£A.tza ihuns ana, fansn.. . otns.1 itaitung layon mixtutsi. . ..ifzoitij cottoni... tia.tte.ini. ana. itulzi. ait hs.tal- fi£in...woikn izEtnq, woitn hav- . ing, vjoiib /rsing ,.. "youtnfu££y you'll". Qwiioi iizei. 11 to, 17 KRESENSKY'S Shoes Ready-to-Wear Hosiery Joe Bloom Algona Iowa Mrs. Smith Hag Operation- Mrs. Jasper Smidt, who waa taken to Rochester two weeks ago, had a major operation there ft week ago Saturday. Other Lakota New*. 'Mrs. Charles daughter, Mre. Lewis and her Fred Schroeder, 1 Daughter for Wescott Family— A 7%-lb. daughter was born January 22 at Estherville to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wescott. This is the second child, the other a boy, CHier Swea City. The Estherville 1 * Packers played the Swea City Bearcats at the high school gym here Thursday night, and the score was 23-18 in,favor. uauguier, «UIB. rj-cu oumwuoi, an( j t ne score Was 23-18 m.iavor visited Mrs. Merrill Sparks and the 0 [ the visitors. The Bearcats will latter's little daughter a$ Blue p i ay tne i r next ^game with the Earth last week Wednesday. The Lakota women are mother and sis- Globe-Trotters. Melvin Krumm now plays with the Bearcats. The Methodist official board will week Wednesday night. SEXTON Friday-Saturday Specials B. Batteries 45 volt „— CAB BATTEBIES IS plate ga, 18 mo, exch Winter Motor Oil SAE 20-30-40 I 9 gallons —- SNOW SHOVELS ter of Mrs. Sparks, Mr. and , ilv Harvey Reed, Algona, were Thurs^ meet day guests of Mre. Reed's parents,! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, aUo of Mrs. Jerry Ukena, They drove to Blue Earth to see Mrs. Sparks and the latter's daughter. Mrs. Reed is another eiater of Mre. Sparks. A committee meeting was recent Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburtqn j y held at Herman Wise's to plan were hosts at a monthly Methodist for "a" Roosevelt birthday party at Sunday school board meeting last tne sc hoolhouse thUr week Monday waalr rPiiaaHuv AVOTllnCT. ! i__ week Tuesday evening, SENECA Keep dressee iQQkjng spark- new with our expert i evening. Mrs, Grace Green and her Bon Edw. were guests at W. J. Green's Thursday 'afternoon. Edith Greenfield Is nursing a» infection in a finger Milk Pails __,_,_—85c Cream cans, 12-qt. -39c 4-tine Forks ——— 98c T0< TIRE CHAINS 450x81 ____^,___ » 475x»» —^ 600x16 | SledH __________ 98c Skils 1, 98c Shoe Skates »2.98 All sixes. We will not urge upon you something that you do not heed. Tto H«!plul * mrt YABNISH AJIB PAINT 4,hr. Varnish —89c qt. 4«hr. enamel —89c pt. Floor ¥»M 69c yt, SNQW ANB HUB TIRES 450x81 95.95 ex. 475x19 $6,45 ex. 600x10 19,85 ex, ALCOHOL Bring your container, 188% proof, ,per gallon „Coast to Coait Store We do not substitute on your order for a m : high-heat and low-ash coal. We do not have a two-price system—we have one price for all, BUT WE DO want and value your but* inesft You'll like to buy from F ' ^B^ • 9* 4$ Yf pri '

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