Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1939 · Page 2
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ill f-i $..! PAGE TWO KOSSUTti COtTNft ADVANCE, A LG ON A. IP* A TRADE IN YOUR OLD TIRES ON ROAD-GRIPPING Pullmores Titonka Club Awards Three Prizes in Contest for EsMys LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE ON PULL- MORES _ THE ORIGINAL MUD, SAND AND. SNOW TIRE. YOUR OLD TIRES, REGARDLESS OF THEIR CONDITION, ARE WORTH MONEY DUR. ING THIS SALE. ALICE BUDLONG ENTRY GIVEN 1ST BY JUDGES SWEA CITY 'AUX' TO SEND TWO DELEGA TES TO DEFENSE MEET Swea City, Feb. 13—At a Legion Auxiliary meeting last week Tuesday night Mrs. Martina Peters and Mrs. Gladys- Barber were named delegates to an Americanism and Titonka, Feb. 13—The Woman's j national defense conference at Des Study club met Thursday evening' Moines February 19-20. Alternates with Mrs. R. L. Krantz, and the nre Mrs. Minnie Thompson and president, Mrs. Mayme L. Peter-i Ml 's. Ida Larson, sen, presided. Fourteen members' Plans were laid for a cominun- responded to roll call. Mesdames'Ity party next week Friday even- on national defense and| the son David Wt Friday to at etnd the funeral, driving to Algona, and from there going on via train. Blanche Gartner and Carrie Tor- ing. gerson gave reports from the club bluebook. Mrs. Edith Fisher announced re- Pnmp for Disposal Plant— The town council has closed 1 negotiations for a new pump at the disposal plant. The cost, including some remodeling at the plant, will be $625. The pump is of the centrifugal type and has a cap'ac- Lincoln's — were sults in a peace essay contest i Thompson and Mrs. sponsored by the club, winning of lund. cash awards being: Alice Budlong, frist prize, a dollar; Davy Snyder, second prize, 50c; Lucille Bartlett, third prize, 50c. The essay winning first was sent to Mrs. H. E. Wo Whittemore, to be entered in county contest. by Rena of 100 gallons a minute. It was . _~..ght of Atwood Mitchell, Arm Mrs. strong. Hag- A door prize was won by Mrs. Larson. Hostesses- were Amanda Looft and Mrs. Henrietta Goff. Independents Win 3 Games— uu,' Tn <2 Bearcats defeated Ledyard, the! 25 " 22 ' a»d BImore, 33-27, Wednes—..^ Ul .. day night, February 1, and on the Group No. 1 of the club reported following Friday night they de- on present-day legislation. The f oated the Bancroft C.C.C., 33-28. club voted to write Representative) TIle nex t game will be against the Kohlhaas to ask him to help enact Convlt " Independents here this pre-natal and pre-marital bills re- I wcek Thursday night. The Bear- cently introduced in the general cat roster consists of Emory .-.ssembly | Bergeson, center; Elmer Berg and school "Kids" Hnve MIS. bthel Downs, assisted by i «°kby Haglund, forwards; Vincent! Because of drifted *OUO ^ O. 2. 1m rl nliinf»-/\ r*G -. .._ _ _ i TV n I'fi fpti Fn t*itrni«/1 n 11 rl «_..*_... j 1 t»._ i _ ,. The Pullmore tire is the original and only tire which does not require chains in snow, sand, mud or rain. The tapered knobs clean themselves with every revolution of the wheel. I Bring in Your Old Tires and lYou Only Have to Pay These LOW PRICES ' 4.40-4.504.75/21 . 4.75-5.00/19 ....... $ 6.4S 5-25/17 ............ 7.3S 5-50/17 ............ 8.24 ; 6.00/16 ............ -Q?4» '» »«d=3 _ —u.inv^j uaaiBmu uy Group No. 2, had charge of a panel discussion of the Atlantic magazine article, Men, Women, and Hate, by Dr. Carl Menninger. Mesdames Roma Budlong, history chairman, and Edith Fisher " -•"••*""" n-ua uuru vveanesuay publicity chairman, were appoint- ! to the Rev ' an( I Mrs. R. C. Swan- eel bv tlin nrocM«,,t ,„ .,.._. .son at an Algona hospital. Next day the Swansons received word of the sudden death of Mrs. Swanson's foster-father, a Mr. Warner, at Rock Island. Mr. Swanson and Karsten, forward and center; and Harry Johnson and Edgar Price, guards. Daughter for I/ocnl Pastor— A daughter was born Wednesday , .. ^, ^ *l|J|JUIli|, the president to purchase a scrapbook for permanent entry of the recent history of the club sub- mitecl to the county president, Mrs \Voodward, and club news publi- cised m the newspapers. Mrs. Nona Bon-acker, program chairman, reported on plans by the four hostess clubs. Titonka, Burt, Doan. and Portland, for a meeting at-Titonka on Kx.Mlssionnry Will Speak— The Electa circle will be hostess at a missionary meeting of the Methodist Aid this week Wednesday. The program will include special music, a one-act playlet and a talk by Miss 1 Daubendiek West Bend, former missionary. Store ttiilldlng is Sold— The Swanson building, now occupied by the Goff variety store, has been sold to Arthur Benson, Bralnerd, Minn. School "Kids" Hnve Holiday— Because of drifted roads and railroads there was no school hero Friday, and no mail was received. Oteior Swun ffty. The W. C. T. U. will meet this week Tuesday with Mrs. August Peterson. Mrs. R. P, Bronleewe will be program leader. The 0. E. S. will meet this week Tuesday evening at 7:30. John Knutsen was reported low at his home Friday. BASKETEERS AT CORWITH LOSE IN TOURNAMENT The club voted to extend an in- 0 thte Eisluh distriot P'-° S n n , rs ', A - D ' Wloae ' Manning, to attend the winter meeting Lunch was served by the hostess, Because of a blizzard which in progress that nisht, R L Krantz furnished taxi service to take club members home. The Krantzcs live a halr milo f T « NEW LOCKERS ARE INSTALLED AT LIVERMORE Livermore, Feb. 13—More than 400 people attended the official opening of the Weber lockei Louis Behounek is president of the organization this year. Trains Delayed by Snow— The morning passenger train was more vl:an two houus late through Livermore Friday morning due to a wait at Cedar Rapids. A snowplow traveled ahead of the passenger, and no local freight Corwlth, Feb. 13 — The high school boys' basketball team returned from the Hancock county tournament at Garner last week with only two points between them and the tournament trophy. The team, which had lost only one game this year, entered the first round against Kanawha, and this was an easy game for Corwith, which won, 46-20. In the semi-final round, Corwith was matched against Crystal Lake, which had won Its first game from Hayfield. The result in this game was 22-1!) in favor of Corwlth. This placed Corwith in the finals against Garner, and the game was hard fought, with Corwlth leading, 11-5, at the half. In the two final quarters, the lead was ever changing, wijh the score tied a number of times, and such was the case with only a minute left to play. Then a long shot by a Garner player put that team two points In the lead, and the final score was 19-17 for Garner. 'Maynard Woodbury, Corwith's star, was unable to play in the tournament, since he is still quarantined for scarlet fever. Had he been able to play Corwith could probably have brought the trophy' home. Former Conrlth Woman Dies- Mrs. John Mitchell, 76, died at her home at Mt. Vernon last week - Monday evening of thrombosis. soft diet; And a fourth for n convalescent. (lonplc Off for Tour— Dr. and Mrs. 0, L. Severna left last week for an extended series of visits with relatives and friends: Mr. and Mrs/A, C. Bunting, of I>a- moni; the doctor's brother Roy, St. Louis; two sisters, Mrs. Tim Mason and Mrs. Kate Barley, Albion, 111.; the daughter Virginia, student at the Bob Jones college, Cleveland, Tenn.! and relatives at Memphis. Shipping Board Hotdft M««tl»f— The mothers of the CorwItH high Shipping association met lost week Mdnday at the State bank, with Samuel Hers^hbergen acting as president,'and Lcstef Wllhite as secretary. The purpose of the meeting was to decide what la to be done with money left when the records were burned. Thla was the first meeting in seven or more years. , CoumjT Pl< , Wealey, Foi," £4»ft?«VSI Mrs. rag sowing. TV an Auxiliary ,—-, unit prcsidprn" 1 committees for ',', -™ meeting here this «,„ "' H evening. The XoTN mander, "Vic" Rovor f B ' 0( Center, and Jos. (&"«•' commander, win m >« tions have been units (Plctune o^ a LADY RUNNING ERRANDS >rlfts Halt School .IJiissos— U i u U10S Because of snow-blockaded roads crackers. Fnclay none of the_ s ix school bu.ss-! Mr. and Mrs. _ .. ^^ iirfwil.Vil |J3 J O tern here Wednesday. A big feature was the serving of 300 pounds -s of the Buffalo chools made a trip, chool, however, ant. town attended. • -•*» "* \j\j\j ijuuuua of bologna, with hot coffee and Weber were kept She was a prominent worker in the Methodist church and the W. C. T. U. Surviving are five daughters: Mrs. Nora Hanson, Britt; Mrs. J. M. Johnson, Petersburg, Ind.; Mrs. Minna Solma, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Ralph Klinefelter, Adams, Wis.; and Mrs. E. M. Mitchell, Mt. Vernon. Her husband died some years ago. Funeral services were held '-'' " ••••* »wwt** XlCl^JJt, I-. ^^O *• Cl C lie 111 trains were run through here that Fl 'iaay at the Methodist church at day on the Rock Island. The night Mt - Vernon. The Mitchells moved passenger trains on the M. & St.'" rom c °rwith to Mt. Vernon 21 3°ritt e Jiitt, due The sta nlvon t - ;" ««ae nly one trip instead of the cus- (the JOE BLOOM Friday. All or t.ne trainmen except tne conductor were snowbound at L-Miierville, where they live. These tram men travel by auto dally from and to Estherville. Appendicitis PaltaTt Hecovcrlng- rence d e iwe" llel ' ^ US S ° n LaW ' see Clark Miller, whose appendix Hnl °n ratOVOd , at the colle ^ hospital last week Sunday. Clark is ™™ V ?™ B nlld his Bother, who 11 with him since the op- came home Consolidated busy throughout the day „„ IYC1C There was ab 'e assistants, Dale Sarisgard, Allen Cameron, and Mr. and Mrs Henry Markley. The meat cutter! Ben Cameron, of Goldfield, also J. 0. Ayers, of Blairsburg, also were busy throughout the day The 100 lockers already installed were all leased in early afternoon, | and reservations - - - William Baade at 8 a. m didn't and L. failed to show up, and had no trains at all Friday because of heavy snows near Albert Lea. Donald Watts Have Son- Word has been received here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Watts, Ogden, last week Tuesday. The new father is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Watts and well known for his musical years ago to let the daughters attend Cornell college. Babies for Two Families— 'Mr. and Mrs. Glen McClellan are parents of a girl, born at an Eagle Grove hospital Saturday, February 4, weight nine pounds. The McClel- lans have another daughter, Helene, 15 months. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers have a 7-lb. 11- next ten days. There is ^01 100 more to be added u The large cooler rooms were. filled with beef and pork the Sat-1 urday before opening day waiting' Invohiif-rtV.-,., _i •.» . _ " *o .. „ *.w* imj 4-imaividi , —M, i ^, tv i * u, J. J.~U£, ability. He was a member of the boy ' born a week ago Thursday at College club orchestra for several Mercv hospital, Fort Dodge. The yOSFS. finrfi tnnrort CAimi*n1 «4-« A«n UtlDV lla<5 hoo-n nnm«»1 T>_1 i , b " tcher - alld a Mr. Anderson, j for r,f Pnl^f lj""' ""— " ""' ^""Bl-BOn, ot Goldfield, was pressed into ser- j vice the latter part of last week, j ' on of the system was| by Henry Makley, Iowa I Mrs. Weber has engaged Florence Hintz at the home and ex- CHOOSEAN 1 ELGIN "ANNIVERSARY Walch values never before offered for less than $24.75 • The perfect gift for your "Valentine"—a genuine 75th "Anniversary" Elgin! Come in today and make your selection. Our special price is for a limited time only. Model 3753 $19.75 $19.75 de/ 3827 r Borchardt's Drug and Jewelry i H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OfALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling prery load Insured againw low and damage of all fctnda. Bjulpped to do all Hnd« ot PH01TE M8 H«m«« long njid-week, and hiwllilremata ' 01 able to resume college studies. Pastor's Wife Vislts~Herc— 'Mrs. William Patterson spent last week with her sister, Mrs. J E Neil, Atlantic. The Rev. Mr! 1ater.son took her to Fort Dodge as week Tuesday, and thence she ook a train to Grand Junction, where she was met by friends who took her to Jefferson for a day's tot's ' G " She W6nt t0 her sis " Mrs. Snydcr's Motlier low— Thm- C { Sny . de ''- received word last Thursday night from Mrs. Snyder vuio has been with her mother' Mrs George Miller, at a hospital at Leon, south of Des Moines i since January 31. Her mother was ' !°I;, and there wus little nope of o '"""-y. Mrs. Miller, who is gallstones operation. Doiin Club Hi^li^n7, uct _ i,in,, e i D ? a " Wom;ul ' s cl ub held its annual banquet at Mr. and Mrs. lorn Young's Wednesday evening 'inci guests of honor were thp hii«' bands of members. Other Tit^ika News. llie social committee, Mesdames Pnr,i n 61 '' Alldruw Hansen, and Goidon Hansen had charge of the banquet arrangements and deeora! t mis, winch were in keeping with Jsn,,s wAa ,^-v' v"tg fir^rc-SndC C^ ^S;^ - -" ,. - ^-i V-M,*«. O-J1U. will be handled from the "Uilding, but the poultry has --moved across the street to a nnl .'"f Which was formerly the opera house, but which has been leased by the Wooers. Fort Dodger Gives Talk— Dr. Knowles, of Fort Dodge was wjasr-SA'-j^f-g scnool auditorium. His talk was made interesting by his iliusU'a- tu°e S an ,? ccom P anl ment of pic- whlnP^ Me : cico '' P'aces of "interest which he visited 1-ast year Other "umbers on the program includ- " a , sol ° bv Mrs. Miriam Merris, from \H« M adll L B by the & tu ^nts n om Miss Murphy's room Mrs and toured several states during that time. He is at present with Carl Nebbe's orchestra at Ogden. Attends Hardware Convention- Mr, and Mrs. 0. J. Cayou and Mrs. Welter have returned from Des Moines, where Mr. Cayou attended a hardware convention. Mrs. Welter and Mrs. Cayou en- .loyed a visit with a sister of Mrs Welter, Kate Ries. John Olson had charge of the store, assisted by Everett Raney. George Reeves- was in charge of the Welter store, with Mrs. Louise Gronbach assisting. Wedding Date Announced— Announcement has been made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Josephine Birnbaumer , A v. , . A shower was held at the town hall Wednesday for the prospective bride, and 30 enjoyed the afternoon. The party was sponsored by her sister Lucile. Mrs. Pergande to Molinc— Mrs. Henry Pergande, who lives ^ ^ erne ' left Livermore by Monday evening for Moline, 111, to visit her mother, Mrs. Minnie Lothman. Mrs. Lothman is not enjoying the best of -health, which ™ Other Livermore News. Edward O'Neill has been assisting at the Town Tavern recently, during the absence of Dale Falb - * J -w.u ^-vyu(-,t;. A 11U baby has been named Robert Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers also have a six-year-old son. Norman. Shower for Florence Widen— The Catholic Aid gave a miscellaneous shower at the Legion hall inursday for Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Widen, whose marriage to Jos. Grandgenett, St. Benedict, will take place this week Tuesday. Some 40 neighbors and friends attended the shower. Widen, who received a large number of gifts, recently resigned as head floor nurse at the Mason City Mercy hospital. Missionary Society Meets— '' The Baptist Woman's Missionary society met one day last week at 'Mrs. Claude Bogard's, Mrs. Callie Lawrence assisting, and a lesson on missionary work in the Philippines was given by Mrs. Harvey Hopkins. Mrs. Donald Meyers reported on topics in the missionary magazine, and Mrs. William Puffer conducted devotions. The next AMERICAN WOMEN have learned to let the telephone run their errands. It saves them so much time, energy and expense. The United States has half the world's telephones and the best and cheapest telephone service in the world. 1939CHEVROLET Diets for Sick Studied— The K. Y. N. Study club met Thursday at Mrs. Vernon Studer's 11 members attending. The lesson J^'M T 3S In Charge of Mrs. Robert Masterson and Mrs. Harry Mer- rlam. was on feeding the sick. Trays demonstrating diets were 'f T f ° r a Patient °» a diet; two for a patient on a Andrew Hansen, Tom Young Percy Brink, Dale Struthers Ross Buffington, also Mrs. Lane Christensen and Mrs. P et r a Lar- SGI1. Mrs. J. J. Budlong, who is spending the winter at Hampton with her daughters Edith and Hazel, spent last week here Hei sons Jay nad Roy live here. The entertainment was 500 and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers' won nigh. Andrew Hansen was low for men, and Mary Young low for women. Mr. Hott won travel. North Iowa Doctors to Speak Via Radio Marshalltown, Feb. 13 Drs Bahne K. Bahnson, Burt, and P. F. Walley, Corwith, osteopathic physicians, will speak in a radio broadcast entitled school days over KFJB here this week Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The speakers will discuss pasture "do's" and "don'ts" fOUK «.-" — f JUST UK* TffAt -«r -s»r CROWjj i -*, , , *,7$<*£&l& THE PUBLIC HAS LOOKED AT CAR PRICES-CAR VALUES-FOR1939 and again the public is buying more Chevrolets than any other mak ( e of car public. wii%w *• the public's proofo'f Cheyrol.,. s greater dollar ^ Act on i, i.,. B Chevrolet for! 939.., and — more f pr your WQ|1ey A< 5w»ral B=== , M^^v,!,,, r'5 THE CHOICE! < SEE YOUR LOCAt CHEVROUT DEALER

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