Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1939 · Page 5
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KOSSUf H COUNT* ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA vlngton Farmers Elevator Clears Heavy Debt y 'Ft* 1 ^/ , tf ~i . i ^—* .. ..... . . . . .__: - — STOCKHOLDERS n h 27—The annual * ' the Farmers . the office officers were In, president! Hugh Raney j. c. Mavrd Vsa, assls- ivhose terms had and all trcasurer; MOVING IS ORDER OF THE DAY FOR MANY FARMERS IN UN/ON Union Twp., Feb. 27 — Moving gona, and at last reports a Mr. time is here again, and a good Daken was to have the place va- tnany changes will be made in Un* byth( Dosworths Claire f( , . - „. ,- ,. north of the Black Cat, will move Ion. The Clarence Kramers, on the to a fnm noar Tltonkfl ' Kenyan farm, will move to a farm ------ Mo " a & J 'i G " cstS * near Forest City; the Walter Heerdts, from the former C. D. Ward farm to the place vacated by the Kramera; the Floyd Gardners, Plum Creek, to the Ward farm, which they recently purchased; 'Stanley Gardner, from the Richard farm to the former in Plum Creek h ° ° lub NEW THEATER AT FENTON IS CONTEMPLATED was then served by Mesdames Meyers, Mansager, and Bolte. Training School Planned— A training school for Independent township leaders will be held Wednesday at Mrs. Irvin Solberg'fl, and will be the last for this year. The lesson wlll be, Making Your Garment fit you, which is Phase 4 team defeated St. Mary's academy, Jean Schwartz. had charge of th< of Emmetsburg, in a faet game here Thursday night 30-17. Fenton led at the half 17-6. Vernon Ohm was Fenton's high point man with nine points, with Bergeson a close rUnner-up with eight points, while Slaherty, Emmetsburg, made 7. St. Mary's seconds defeated Fenton's seconds 15-7, after leading 11-0 at the half. Blanchard, Lone Rock, refereed. Annual Phone Meet Dated- Notices were sent out last week Tuesday of the annual meeting of devotions. One guest, Thelma Cornelius, attended. •Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Goetsch entertained their bridge club las week Tuesday tutes were Mr. evening. Substi and Mrs. Ra; Prlebe and Mr. and Mrs. Derwooil Eigler. Clarence Osborn and Mrs Alvln Zumach won high score hon ors; Mrs. Derwood Eigler received low score prize. 'Mrs. Harlan Gaard entertainel last week Monday evening Mes dames O. H. Stoeber, Joe Helge Fenton Telephone Co at the void, Albert Mitchell, Henry Berg of this year' 8 project work. How i £" to ~ gymn asium. Saturday at 2 hoofer, and Theo. Schaffer, the lat Fenton, Feb. 27—The Comtnun- to rec ognlze a well-fitted garment: *,~" ocki officers and directors are: ter of Eagle Grove, a guest at th ity club met Monday night with an a' gewolether Thuraday at »n«™ally large attendance. Tn!flL g ^l e i l^'fufLl 1 ! The business meeting was devot- to a discussion of plans and in^oL.J. x nil LJ UU1 Dl/lia «,_" . i _ _ i „ *_„ it. ^ 1 tended. were guests. Thirty persons at- projectg for the comlng year . One Frances Winkel ga,ve pl- E. selections, and Mrs. H. Whittemore, spoke world's fair. last year; Fred Davis, cm- """iHy singing followed, and a n nl i«,,. 0 ,' ,v,^ covered-dish lunch was served. of the most important is a new theater for Fenton. A nearby theater man may locate here providing business men will cooperate. A report was given by the road com- .Ota'ployed at Chester Bailey's, to the The neit mooUng wlU be wHh' mlttee - B ' C " Fauerby and J " G> - ~ far-m vnnotml hv tho ttni-rlnora _ " L I1Lx l meotlllf, Will DB Wltn •tif- t/1 ..___ * ldlnB Th organization, has year. It has from a farm vacated by the Gardners. Albert Butterfleld and his son will move to a farm three miles west of Bancroft. Mr. Buttcrfield purchased a quarter-section there and the son has rented an adjoining quarter without buildings. Ar- -. .it; iL(JWb lliuutlllft will UU W 11,11 ^tr i „ _ Norma Bailey, who will be assist- .. ^"Sel show will be presented soon by members. The play has been selected and a tentative cast t, tr Hohenstein. The pro-: roll call, ; paper, has been picked. Coaching will be T. A. Fred Mueller - J - of Dr. Wallace Smith, Stoebe, Council Bluffs, comes Stlv LirtT'hT ^ Si^ Woltar - ttnd Wllllam Jullus ' The to the farm vacated by the Butter- '!??" '* "£ l * * £f* e sale whlch cast is composed of between 20 and fields (the former T ™ *> euea raore tnan * 17< will be shown, and members of the group will check the fit of their dresses, suggesting definite alterations. Leaders are Mesdames Ernest Votteler, Melvin Mansager, Alfred Meyers, Alfred Muir, Art Voigt, Irvin Solberg, Carl Beck, Olaf Norland, and Leonard Egland. J. T. Walte; vice, E. A. Huskamp; directors, M. E. Burwash, Herman Krause, W. T. Ohm; sec.-treas., G. W. Newel; lineman and operator, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens. Juniors Hold B. B. Games— Juniors sponsored two basketball games last week Tuesday nteht to rnten money for the an- , nual Junior-Senior banquet. The | bur^Holldorf first game which was seniors freshmen against juniors sophomores, ended in favor of the es Hirthdny Pinner Given- Earl Dean was honored at a birthday surprise Monday evening, and "500" was played at four ta- Mrs. G. B. Stevens and Wll- high score Mueller Helgevold homo. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hendrici sen and son Dennis Jr. moved to their new home near Cylinder Wednesday. The Nels Nelsons ate moving onto the farm vacated by the Hendricksens. H. H. Dryeer and Harold Dreycr J. M. Moore farm). S. C. Aviators Land Again nnnflv aim ru" Lewis Broesder, west of Algona, Last week Tuesday those sky,,..s. M. U „,£ •g.-inture comes to the Do Graw farm, now birds from Swea City again landed club is answered wiiu £ aUn I tenanted by the Claude Dearchs. at the Chester Bailey farm and "*' containing; tne ". tlons Mr. Dearchs has bought a place thence tr»ked to Algona. When v ; Mr. En j?'f" i, h ",i charge north ot Mason City, but because they returned to go home they had Mrs. . . , -i, had charge B - W which "were; Africa of some legal technicality hence the family's location Negro. Mrs. Col- Mrs. C gradual advancement ot: her ^ ^^ mo {pie, Mesdames £ w * ^J™ 1 *' tentlori at present Is to f • Rnnev, and n-. r- «•""<=.". „,„,,,„,.>„ f ortrl ori ,i M D -£• English, also gave talks ["readings. cannot to spend somo time warming up get possession for another year, the motor. The thermometer was this registering only ten above. Snow year has not been settled. did not hinder the take-off. Albert Gould was notified last that the farm he is on has Oth«r Union News. Mrs. Minnie Sarchet and Mrs. Roy Sarchet were callers Wednesday afternoon on Mrs. Claude •« for the Great Lakes nav- His in- move to his farm, and his mother will to Algona. William Bovsworth, on the Har- Donald Bode was absent from rison farm, goes back to the Judge school last week with the prevail- Quarton farm, southwest of Al- ing malady, the flu. 25 characters. It was also decided to stage a community sale, sponsored by the A committee was appoint._. Harlan Gaard, Bertl Berke- 'and, and George Boettcher. A "dutch" lunch was served. F. IJ. Women Hold Jlcetings— Four types of trays were demonstrated at an F. B. women's meeting here, with well chosen foods for the type of Illness. The noon meal was prepared and < served at two follow-up meeting's last week Tuesday, one at Mrs. Henry Looft's, assisted by Mrs. Richards. Fourteen ladles attended. Patrolman Clark, of Algona, talked on seniors and freshman, 18-13. The second game was between the Fenton and Lone Rock Independents. Fenton led at the half by two points. In the last half Fenton sank field goals right and left and won 39-18. Eininctsbnrg Team Defeated— The Fenton high school first FENrOM NEWS Standard Bearers met Monday night with Dora Glaus and Helen Geronsin at the Glaus home. The lesson, in charge of Margery Brown and Helen Geronsin, was a discussion on the difference between the old-fashioned and the new-fashioned girl of India. Betty DOAN safety on the highway, and also showed some pictures. The second meeting was at Mrs. Earl Crouch's. The lesson was presented to 12 by Mrs. J. H. Jensen, assisted by Mrs. Charles Voigt. Monday, as he was much Mrs. Pearl Asa assisting. Mrs. Zelma Larson entertained the Aid last Thursday, February 23, Mrs.; Music Memory records were play- 0. E. Hott assisting. • This waa ed and studied and time was spent Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz en- the last meeting for members who on the singing numbers. tertained at_four tables of SOOJast are mov i ng O ut'of the community, presented them with week Monday evening and high f ° r on en w » ™» by Mrs. Wm. egg « •flier's recently. T "as nine inches Follow-Up Meeting Held— Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Mrs. ,— , T ... .. , . . u A T mufi. mi nave been active. Mrs. Melvin Mansager presided at a fol- by a Hnmn-j J. Martinek and for men by A J. Ruth SparkS( chal , tei . member, goes ow-up meeting Wednesday " mnd at O. L. Martinek. Low weru Mrs. Ben t(j Arlnstrong . Mr> an d Mrs. Gar-j noon at Mrs. George Bolte's. . in the long Struthers won travel. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Hott enter- around, and 7% inches of cir-i mr aim m,- a . „. 0 . xmu. BUI*.:- d , to lace nea r! ical ^**^!^&$^«^^^£« ° E «urt; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Han- min The '>nve imrr.hased a farm j lesson, Personal Lines in Dress, at Rutland;Mr. and Mrs. Alvin An-i was given to five. A study of physical characteristics which determine types of Individuals and se- undecided where they j lection of materials, colors and dress designs, according to Individ- Shirley daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ual types, were considered and dis- .,.,,.- , «; m ,• i orui, err ilo • Sccieid, was taken sick cussed' by the group. Mrs. W. P. club in honor of the Martinek 20th Thm , adayi and Doct0 r Meyer, Al- Weisbrod had charge of the music gona, was called. He pronounced neriod. The music memory num- the case intestinal flu. She was bers were played, and points on how to recognize them were given. LlUOt *<*i «• — - £r^?a sKais ^ s-ar^ >,.<&& -->• L, inner eEKS had only paru Wednesday evening by their card wedding anniversary. A card table to »ho couple. Mrs. was i inner eggs fcrmed yolks. rlllinm Squires to Build— William Squires, who recently me from Des Moines, where he Sadie Struthers and Mr. Martinek , m _ rovlne Id visited a sister for some time, were high tit cnrds, and Mr. .-nd 1 b nlanning to build a small cot- Mrs. Fred Girres were low. Mrs. — m on the Vern Barker farm. He J 0 s. Goetz won travel. not in the best of health, but The Aid will meet next week 11 find employment when he is Thursday wtih Mrs. Viva Hoover, lie. Ironings to Eeastern Iowa— ISIS THERE GOLD^! ' " f I CELLAR?^ ^•N\ x /&Sto Mrs. William Dunlap recently helped the Arend daughter at put[ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lonning . ting up summer meat, koved Saturday to a farm which | Mr. and Mrs. John Preushel are Key have purchased in eastern^ -'•ivents o " 'nivhtor. horv Iowa near McGregor. The Mar- Thursday at hte Kossuth hospital, Vll family, formerly of Irving-; their third child. There are two [on, has moved to the farm vacat- I sons in the family. The mother is I by the Lonnings. the former Louisa Arend. Bmv Aid Treasurer Named— J The Aid met Wednesday at the Ihurch. Mrs. Frank Asa wn> ele"t- 1 treasurer for the remainder of -3 church year to replace Mrs 1 . T. I. Wickwire, who has moved. |[bnroh Snnlotv Reeled Officers— j The missionary society has reflected officers: Mrs. ScMchtl, i» president; Mrs. Bold'ridge, vice; Mrs. K. P. Roney, secretary; Mrs. ", L. Honey, treasurer. • ' . Mctzcn Loses Brothcr-ln-Law Mrs. William Metzen was called Ito She'flnn Thur«dav hv word of pe death of a brother-in-law. Pu- leral services were conducted Fri- iay, , Other IrrTnerton.. The Rev. A. English preached •Sunday, February 19, on Aprons lot Pig Le aves , The text was tak- len from Gen. 3:7. jt BENEDICT . A school play was given by the J children of the fifth and sixth I grades last week Tuesday, and Ithere was a large audience. The Itchool board furnished music. Pro- Iceeds go to the mission fund. A I Picnic dinner was served Thursday Itu i a CWld| also ?or the mlsslon I Jol > n Grandjenett Is driving a I new Chevrolet. I t^l' WeBt - of Wesley, and her lw? g f Marcella were callers at Ben Matern's. Mr. is through" at the Dorn, of Canada, guest Sosenmeyer home. Is spend ' aunt rs> . Everett Stuessy's I the ls ner Jonnsons attended game a t Wesley last evenln e- Donald attends y high school. has begun ln thia sec an Yes, and in Your Attic Too! Turn Those Things You Don't Want Into Money with a Want Ad It's wonderful, how fresh and colorful some women's things look, used season after season. It's simple to find out that it's our Dry Cleaning that keeps them as nice as new— and of course that means real economy! Modern Dry Cleaners AI S »na,Io«a Phone 587' APPLY YOUR METER CREDIT A > FIRST PAYMENT ON A NEW SB rrT* 011 farm ter'lremf b T 3olned ^ elr **»«* Kidi " e ' who is Mrs. Arthur *'?»>. on the Gllmore place. Carrie Erickson Is at Cor- her ELECTRIC Water Heater L meter a. Continuou. Cull find »ee the new QN DISPLAY AT THE GITY HALL ••^^^^^^•^•-^^^^^^••••••^^^•i^^^^^^^ Foster's for Furniture Spring PAGBttV* drove to New Hampton last W«ek Tuesday to visit Ernest Pfeimtgafi a patient In a hospital there. They returned the same day. OPTOMETRIST CHILDREN CANT realize what good eyesight means. Protect them. Hare their eyes examined regularly. A. W. AMUNSON Optometrist Above Borchard Drug Store Arrivals Dresses New Colors! Navies! Jacket Styles! Distinctive dresses With separate redingotes! Marvelous one-piece and jacket models! Exquisite colors in great variety! Navies with white trimmings! BEDROOM SUITES 3 AND 4-PIECE SUITS WE ARE CLOSING OUT $57.00 3-piece suite $42.00 $89.00 3-piece suite $55.00 $105 4-piece suite $79.00 $27.00 vanity and bench ______ _$19.50 INNER SPRING MATTRESSES Made by Reliable Mattress Makers. Every mattress guaranteed. $39.50 quilted top ___$29.50 $29.50 inner spring __ $22.50 $24.50 inner spring __$17.50 Special ___________ $13.50 FLOOR COVERINGS Ill •:•:••; •.•:• II! ^Complete stock of Gold Seal| Bugs Hud Inlaid Liuoleum at| the new low prices, BIOELOW SANFOBD8 $7.95 Suits Striped Man-Tailored Types! The vogue for man-tailored suits is sweeping the country! Those are flawlessly tailored in durable men'swear fabrics—ac- certing stunnin Spring styles in handsome striped patterns! Coats Clever Sport and Dress Models! Flattering in silhouette and detail! Bright tweeds I that are smart and durable! Soft warm sporty fleeces! Dressy coats that are magnifipent for Spring! '10 .95 Coats I;eflectone Fleeces! Tweeds! Spring coats designed with striking individuality! Marvel- ois REFLECTONE fleeces! Genuine STERZELBAGK tweeds that are outstanding in styling and quality! New princ- eus and boxy styles! Ensembles Dress With Wool Individual wool cr in a gorgeous asso new shades—with checked wool jacket; necessity! Jacket! pe dresses ;ment of color or ! A Spring ept soldi Hats It Must Be New Be In Style '12 .95 Arrived for Spring to $1.95 Smartest collection of the newest and favorite straws, braids, felts, and fabric hats. Interestingly trimmed with flowers, veils, ribbons, and gay novelties to add chic to each model. Custume Jewelry You must be more elry will help to se Hence the import earrings, broaches, sive stoneset types Bach and every o: fashion to complei ornamental than ever, and jew- the new style tones this spring. ,nt items — necklaces, crosses, clips, bracelets. Mas- Choice each lie has a place in the height of e an ensemble. 98c New HAND BAGS in "Rainbow colors" $1.00 Here's rainbow's end in fashion, patents, morocco, suede, calfskin, cranberry, pat' ico taut, Japonic^ ta», navy, --.. -' ......,.^-'-- !

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