Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1939 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1939
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MGBFOtm BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS. .W. B. Quarton H. W. Mllle QUAIITON & MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence Hi Algona, Iowa. .1. L. BOX A It Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona. low Attorneys-at-Law LIJfJTAX & LYNCH Algona, Iowa Phono 261 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg ALGONA, IOWA Darr Cupid is Kept Busy at Corwith HARRINGTON & L01VM Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington j. D. Lowf Phone 287 R. j. Hi 44f VAN NESS & KRUNSON Lawyers Office in new Heise Block. 213 Algona, low* 0. D. Shumway E. D Kel 8IICMWAY & KELLT Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison Building. ? >ope 58 Algona, low I- A. WISTfEL County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 180 HIRAM H. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 206 Algona, Io^, P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-.T; R es 31 f, CORWITH GIRLS ARE BRIDES IN TP WEDDINGS Corwith, Feb. 20— Dan Cupid was busy here last week Tuesday, St. Valentine's day. Besides delivering candy hearts and lacy valentines at practically every house in ' town, (he sprite loosed darts from his bow which wont straight to the mark for two couples. " I At Edward M. Prey's the rinugh- i ter Erma and John, son of Mr and ' Mrs. Wilfred E. Puffer. Corwith,! were nisrrlH. .They were attend-! od by .lohnetto Looft, Des Aloines ' Do:mld Ross. Corwith, and the ceremony took place before an al- KMn the parlor at 11:45 o'clock. A bwedish wedding march war. )layed by Portia Johnson. Terry Long, accompanied by Miss John- oil, sang I Love You Truly and <Jn, Master, Let Us Walk With "hee. Hing-beai-fcrs were Fern and erry Puffer, both in white. A dou- lo-nng ceremony was performed by the Rev. Von E. Elbert, of the First Baptist, church here. The bride was in white satin, with a veil, and carried roses; the bridesmaid wore a flowered formal gown and carried sweet peas. A wedding dinner was served by Ruth Llptrap and Lela Streeter and guests besides the bridal party were Mr. and Mrs. Frey, the elder Mr and Mrs. Puffer, the Richard I uffers, Mr. and Mrs. Phtlio Puf- _es, son Jerry, Terry Long" Paul Puffer Raymond Frey, Mr. and Mi s. Harvey Hankins, Anna Mevers Ruth Liptrap, Lela Streeter, Ho Rev. and Mrs. Elbert, Portia Johnson. Dolly Man. Both bride and bridegroom are graduates of the Corwith high 301. Since a business course at A. I. B., Des Moines. Mrs Put'- i or has been stenographer for the 1 lulhns Feed & Seed Co. Mr. p u f- 1L h ^,5 e ?_ n £ r . mln * A "e>' a wed THE POCKETBOOK o/ KNOWLEDGE ^ Ju HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorney 0 -at-Law Security State Bank Bldg Phone 251 Algona MAURICE C. McSLVHOH Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise rhone 325 DOCTOKS FIRST AUTOMOBILE RUN, MADS IKI I9OJ, TOOK AV3R6 THAN TWO MONTH* TOCWt 17 CAN BS MAPS in Few Myt .,..*. AMERICAN FACTORY WORKER CAN Buy WITH one Houfa wAses nun Af MUCH fOOP AMt>CuffHIH6 **! VfOUfCKifUNe TlMPf AH ITALIAN ANP NEARLV TWeiVe 7IMES At MCHMA THE ARA9IAN SFAPORT OF MOCMA, FROM NMRiy ALL THE WofeLD* WA5 'SHIPPEP UNTIL'THE OF THE f>*tcet> AUTO vjoute if eo"a/HAW'/ STKfAM aeOS IN SEARCH OF POOP / BIT FARMERS BANQUETED BY BUSINESS MEN e.at home on a farm JOHN H. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 . C. H. CEETZ31ETER, M. I) Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith Block Ivadel, '\nother shower was given on the I,- c, W. Bleich was master of cere- SCh ° o1 band s;as ring-bearer; Wesley, Florence Widen muslcal tional broadcasts sponsored by the Iowa Scoiety of Osteopathic Physicians. Mrs. Bahnson went with her husband as far as Webster City where she spent a few days with Pe'teC 6 "*' _^ d Ml ' S - J ° ta Farewell for the Stainbrooks— M f * reTwe11 P ar 'y for Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook, who will move to their farm neai A. 0. Watts, to Dowa Saturday t< visit at a son's*. She had spen some weeks here. Donna am Olenna Ruth returned Sunday. Mr. and Afrs. R. S. McWhorter and Mr. and Mrs, L. H. Schenck at tended a county Legion-Auxiliary meeting at Wesley Thursday even- ing'at which the state commander spoke. Mrs. William Stout is how employed at Beck-worth's cafe. Nelda Volentine, who had been there, was married last week Monday to Walter Rnger, Lu Verne. The Rev. J. G. Waterman and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod, of Fenton, were dinner guests Wednesday at the Rev. Oeo. H. Weasel's. Mrs. W. E. Brace has been sick and abed. Her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Straley, Fenton, has been caring for her part of the time. Lorraine Kollasch, nurse at Fort Dodge, spent Wednesday and Thursday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. Mrs. Delbert Hanna, Mrs. Everett Hanna, and .Myrtle Hanna, of Lone Rock, spent Thursday evening at Mrs. Maude Hanna's. Banker J. T. Heaney and Verne Lovstad attended a district bankers meeting at Forest City Friday evening. HA. Thompson went to Minneapolis Thursday for a several days- stay on a business mission. Eleven Rebekahs were guests of Uie Algona lodge last week Tuesday evening. The Lutheran Aid society met in the church basement Thursday, af- txlra va/ttti ietfanlltftattSJMi ' agol •m issmxvxmxft SEXTON •Spring's 011 tho way.fi liet out ami meet BI£P^ UP m(HJting in the Far m Bui eau women's home project was WiiH< s V TWe ? k Tue sday at Mrs. WilH am Hartley's. Mrs. Sim Bemis in? 6 " 3 son on Ceding the sick, •ed and exhibited to" Tllustr'ate attractive ways of serving. Follow«• «** f, 80 "' a tray Iunch was ved to ilulstrate a home-cooked meal. There were IS women in at» 1?,°°;, The llext meeting «^ . Mps - Herm: <™ Wise. ° war a Corwith, 3, we're not trying to beat the gun I -we'll be seeing quite a lot of winter before the spring buds burst. But spring always has come-and with it, all too often, the discovery that to get the new car you want, you've got to wait! So what? So take steps now! Take steps to retire that slow-motion number you're driving-and replace it with a Buick bursting with newness and get-up-and-git. Put a Dynaflash straight-eight under your toe to do battle with tough winter going - get the comfort of BuiCoil Springing to float you smoothly over rough and rutted roads. Get a new outlook for winter horizons or for spotting the first flush of green on the meadows in Buick's "visibility unlim,ted»- as much as 412 more siuare inches of safety Then consider also: Your J4 worth less each day as The risk of repair bills tfm greater. Old rubber's dantf batteries a bore - and n br Muick is sound and supple ail Besides - Buick's prices - y6u know— are lower thai lower than you'd expect some sixes! ' • Yl|~* "L*IT" F '" t0 t£1 lk it OVPril Ju II probably want to get vour IVI1 while the getting's good! Bu ' cl S * * * * NO OTHM CAR IN THE WOR ID ,"*?.* U THISS 'MTURES STRAIOHT-E10HI El DIRECTION SIGNAL t9-?0n mar , rl8 B e t0 ^ Place t J.JO a. m., when nuptial mass Cebrnto!l flt St. 6. BODSNE Physician and Sureeon resr f dee ° nn ce, 194 • 4lePTOd to Algona, Iowa C. D. SCHAAP Algona, Iowa , wa Hutchison Building. 6 ung. Phones: Bus. 133> rea6 174 E. HOFF3L4JT . Dentist Office in New Heise Bldg Phones: Office 44, res ; residence, 859 Bnhnson i s Itadio Speaker— MO i ^ K ' Bahns °n drove to Marshalltown Wednesday, and ^ or Bauson, with Dr. P. T Corwith, discussed Schoo broadcast via KFJB of educa- w ,S ssf , Wide " wore VhUo 6 ' satin Pink ™i£u£lAte Am ££™ J!f 'J P «*'-«''t «oin ff Well- lunch was served. Hip Patient his wife, Alp. with * sence. at ter, ab- whn~hV"h"" Ul 110rth of -"'"".n, -MS £ft STSS£ day school classes I.nella Blclch i s Hostess— "-lla Bleich entertained Mary Rachut, Luella. Weiske, Mar- Richmann, Marjorie Baas ^sHH|-^=- Four to Hockey Game— jHugh McDonald, Richard Weis- Roc^^nt th<5 - lat ' ern ° f "^ont day to attend a hockey game"! Other Bart News. r-S™^ Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrlck nf Better buy Btiick —N$W *J WEMPlARodoENEBAl MOTORS VAlOl ^^ * W < •101 East State B. Heiniendinrer. Itritt, Iowa BIBDM-OLS3N COMPANY Phone 121 Moad Chevrolet Co. Euimctsburg, Iowa. Jq, " c " ears ot De Kalb No 493 corn at a. farmers' ins'titute at Garner, and he_won_ fl econd. Band Mothers Serve Dinner- J\l n t n o i»c« n P 11. _ -i , . high school band W. FOX J. H. WltfKEL Veterinarians West State Street, ^ 10AJTS AND INSURANCE MaX1l Perkins - - v s °M ^ p r r is Scrvcd Methodist Aid served a T —'i ^tiii iteynoid John, and Arthur Baum £MSl,SS.S; HERE IS BARGAIN INSPECT IT Xfil—Gronewald This is "f/exsteer con- *tructfon. Accept no substitute. $89.50 Paper hangers are the interior of the i'rances .Siiilley~to~»Ved Eeasonable down payment, bal- --— es'YiuTr'q"^, man - j ase " O f I C«»««en ft££r £SS ^ VlncMt Andrews cathedral w f the St ' Smiley nur=l f, ' Hon °lulu. Miss i there, is aXuLh? ar ? y hospital i Mrs. Lorn« w oZT?, 1 ' of Ml '- and ~ - •• ••" * in Jury— lhey r °aTe 1 }n IierSOnB ' n ° tified that ^f'^s-.src .en loss occurs when „ bors club. n. was •=Mrs RpiMioi. r i TA organized at £tS~« '•• T. HAUPTMANN Authorized Representative. Corwith, lo wa „ or See your local Realtor LOAN! $5O and Up Do you need money to I auto or truck license, pay taxes or for winter necessi. Our liberal credit plan permits us to take care of the needs of most every borrow a e ^f/, letd o° rS " lngle -"' WALNUT CARVINGS ig New Shipment fust Received SOLID WALNUT CARVED LEGS AND PANEL MOULDINGS • . . »peciol Iiuplement Concern is U os t_ ana tttrthiw. »•»' « Loans made on*Furniture Livestock, or other 5£S2a property Autos refinanced— reduced """"- >*« V^ ^ ^^ * ' wm ^a Gre^n, *** P°P«*oy ahodes - FURNlTimp fh?__^f *^ 5

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