Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1939
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PAGE TWO KOSStiTH COttNtY ADVANCE. FARMERS - STOCKMEN Finance Your FEEDING or General FARMING Operations the CO-OPERATIVE Way INTEREST RATE NOW "P. C. A." CREDIT IS DEPENDABLE EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION W. M. Townseml, Secretary EMMETSBUBG, IOWA HOLDING THE SACK My wife broke her right arm and can not sign checks with her left so the grocery stores are holding the sack. I have no time to run around paying bills, for new spring footwear is arriving on every train and truck. We are unpacking and filling the shelves with the most wonderful slippers I ever saw. Every day brings new creations, each arrival prettier than the ones before. Styles this Spring in a riot of variety. Colors snatched from the rainbow, softened and subdued, then shown in pumps, straps, and ties of classic beauty. Those wonderful low shoes made by Lloyd & Co. of Ripley, Ohio, Patricia Pat an 'Silver Sewed," a glove-fitting shoe that has no equal in the $5.00 line. Three lines that are tops wherever sold. Your choice any pair of these beautiful new slippers at $2.98. Nowhere else under the shining canopy of Heaven can you buy them for less than $5.00. A new shipment of Jolene, that shoe fashioned in Hollywood, just arrived. They are sired by Hollywood and mothered by a lot of magagines. These are supposed to retail at $3.50 to $4 a pair. Our price, any pair you want, $2.48. They are very smart and stylish, some of them even a bit sassy. The Williams line, our big $1.98 sellers, are now marked down .to $1.49 and $1.69. They have all the style and go of the higher priced lines. Sponge rubber sole oxfords, wonderful school shoes at $1.25. These were a bargain buy from a high-priced line and will wear like iron. Sizes 4 to 9, widths AAA to C. I made a bid on 200 pairs of wedge heel oxfords and got them. I paid 75c a pair for them, and you can have them at 95c a pair. They are fancy sport oxfords in black and brown. They were made to retail at $2.50. They are in the basement. For every day we have a genuine welt oxford with a mat glove upper. Miles of comfort in this shoe. We got 182 pairs of them on a close out. Your choice, any size, from 4 to 9 at $1.49. They will wear a woman a lifetime if she dies in any season at all. Jimmie Neville , A'O V Botsford Peerless CHEMOCOL COAL Its long lasting and low ash content qualities will warm not only your home but your pocketbook. It's an economical coal. We're not clowning when we say—"Ask your neighbor" about Botsf »rd Peerless. IOWA Fcnton W.C.T.U. Has Founders Day PROGRAM GIVEN AS 70TH YEAR IS CELEBRATED STORE WINDOW AT WEST BEND FEATURES THE CRUCIFIXION West Bend, Mar. 6 —A window exhibit which is drawing attention from paasersby is featured at the Drussel hardware store. The crucifixion of Christ is portrayed. The Fenton, Mar. 6—The Methodist cross stands on a hill, with paths W. F. M. S. celebrated Founders i of blue sand leading to the top, and day, and the 70th anniversary at the crosses of the two thieves ap- an annual guest day Thursday at I pear at the sides. An open biWe the church. The meeting was , lies near by, and pictures of Christ opened with What a Friend We ( are in the background. Have in Jesus and prayer by the Rev. J. G. Waterman. In a brief business meeting it was decided to sponsor a bake sale March 11 to raise money for field support. Devotions were led by Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. The history of "Jesus, Lover of My Soul" was Dinner for Itasketbnll Girls— Dr. and Mrs. H. Frank Givens entertained' the champion basketball girls and their coach, Lovell Diddy, at dinner at the Franklin hotel Thursday evening. The girls will leave Wednesday for Des given by Mrs. "VV. P. Weisbrod, who Moines to play in the state tourna- gives the history of a hymn at ment. each meeting. Mrs. J. A. Mueller had charge_pf a stewardship lesson. The history of the organization was given by Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, and a demonstration entitled, It Happened in Seventy Years was presented, the following taking part: Two W. F. M. S. members—Mrs. Mueller and Mrs. E. C. Weis'brod; a missionary woman, Mrs. V. J. Tatum; founders — (Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Butler), Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. Alfred Meyers; light-bearer, Ruth Ellen Humph-1 rey; king's herald, Phyllis McFall; standard-bearer, Betty Jean Schwartz; college girl, Mrs. R. A. Goetsch; teacher, Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. Lunch was served on trays. Blue candles were put on individual cakes and the trays were carried In with the candles burning. There was music, and Ruth Ellen Hamphrey brought in a huge birthday cake. i Mrs. Clyde Humphrey was chairman of the refreshments committee, and 80 persons were served. Out-of-town guests were Mesdames E. A. Weisbrod, William Reimers, and R. A. Bartlett, Whlttemore; Mrs. Jennie Jensen and Mrs. Linus Jensen, Ringsted. Collegian Has Infected Throat— Mrs. H. J. Needing returned early last week from Dubuque, where she had been helping care for her son Otto, who had a badly infected throat which had to be lanced more than six times. Otto is a junior in Dubuque university. Schools Closed Two Days— The public schools were closed Tuesday and Wednesday because of the snowstorm. The school board feared that busloads of children could not be taken home at night. Other West Bend. at the ne:tt regular municipal election of th( City of Algona, ioV*. to bo held on the 27th day of March, 193S, between the hours of eight o'clock a. n. and eight o'clock p. m., there will be submitted to the voters of said City of Algona, Iowa, the fol< lowing PuMIc Measure: Shall the City of Algona, Iowa, levy, annually a special tax of not "exceeding one and one-fourth mills per annum upon the taxable prop- not Dollars Fifty ) for ....... ,. •Will be JL I1UI* KM*!" > . • .A submitted on .ballots to be used at said election. . .. (Vot an affirmative vote Upoh the ouestlon submitted mark a cross .(X) In the space after the word Yes .) (For a negative vote make a similar mark in the space after the Word The voting places for said election will be M follows: Wftrd— Legion Warcl-Thlra Pdtirth Ward-City Hall Polls of said election wiii u at .eight o'clock a. m ^Li be eight o'clock p. m. ft 3aa ^ « In witness whereof, T r' ,?' Mayor of the City O f A\J'- have hereunto set my ffl n f day of February, 1939, ™ Mayor of thc^lfy Attest! AbAH _ ^ w City Clerk of the City of lown. MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIillllllllllllll W. H. Daubendelk and Donald Cobb drove t to Remsen Thursday, and Donald returned that evening, I bringing Eletha Daubendelk, who till Saturday was a guest of 'her; mother. Donald took her back to ' Remsen Saturday and brought W. H. home. ' ^ Harley Hllborn came Friday to visit his mother, Mrs. Belle Hil-| born /who is helping care for Mrs. | B. A. Morey That evening Harley and his mother went to Rodman, • their home, for the week-end. • ; Mrs. Frank Besch and Mrs.' Jeanne Simmons drove to Havelock Friday to see Mrs. Besch's father, Charles Simmons, who re-! cently had a stroke. | Junior Singleton, his sister Clovis, Mae Sloan, and Charlene Munson were Algona visitors Friday afternoon. Mrs. Percy Stone has been sick with the flu. Wnlther League Has Program— The Walther League met Thursday evening in the Lutheran basement, 20 members and one visitor B, F, KLEIST, EX-TITONKA, PASSES AT 75 Titonka, Mar. 6—Word was received Wednesday morning that Editor Falk's father, Ben F. Kliest, Fox Population in Kossuth Far Above the Normal Figure The annual spring hunt for predatory animals and birds sponsored by the county Conservation League may be prolonged through April, if early weather conditions continue unfavorable. Beginning February 1, it was originally Is Here is real news! This week we are featuring the finest group = of beds ever offered at such low prices. They were made by] H Simmons; and have the style, finish, and quality for which! S Simmons is famous. Shown here are just a few of the many H models in lovely wood grain finishes. Be sure to take advant-l M age of these remarkable values while our stock lasts. who was taken to a hospital In his p i anne d for two months. home town, which Minn., last week early Wednesday morning, from a heart attack. 0. H. Falls left for Rochester Thursday to attend the funeral, which was held at 2 p. m. Friday. Burial was at Rochester, where the Kleist family has resided many years. •Mr. Kleist was one of the early business men of Titonka. He own- re said to be j =5 disproportionately numerous. Dr. ^E Thomas G. Scott, associate biolo-1 ^E attending. Fred" Wolter led a dis- j e(J and operated a general« store cussion on church history. In a' nere for several years. His first business meeting a. committee was | years at Rochester were spent on appointed to choose a name for this zone, so far known only as Zone 10. The committee consists of Alvlna, Ray, and Lorena Dreyer. ! at the recent conservation short t course, said that the normal fox i balance In Clay county, which is considered a county like Kossuth would be one fox to five sections of land. In Kossuth at present there are perhaps two or three foxes to a section, on the average. •When foxes become that numerous, they begin to count heavily as , . The Walther League "paper", pub- Kleist had been building, remodel•• - - - - - ing, selling, and renting houses lished monthly for this also to be given a name. Dorothy Dreyer served ments. zone, is Ray and and apartments. All erection was refresh- , done under his personal direction. Though 75 at death he was still actively looking after his building program and other business affairs, and he had not been sick till Lesson for F. B. Women- Making Your Garment Fit You was a lesson given at an all-day' stricken'with the heart attack last meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Irvin -. week Monday. Solberg's in this year's Farm Bu-| Last ^September Mr. Kleist ac- reau home project in Being . Well companied his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Dressed. Eight leaders and Mrs. j Hansen and her husband, to Stev- TjPl*Wnn/^' TC~O»*T1 f /Vlim elll n nV\n i ttnt nt% 'nnn^rfllrt 11T«M J- i. _ S — ii il Derwood Kern, township chairman, received the lesson, given by Miss Dunkelberg, Palo Alto home demonstration agent. A main topic ensville, Mont, to visit another daughter, Mayme, who is Mrs. John Lamoreux. The Lamoreux family resided here till removal to discussed was What Type of Pat- Montana 12 years ago. We're Not Clowning About j tern Would You Buy So it Could | be Used More Than Once? Standard Bearers Hostesses— The Methodist Standard Bearers entertained the mothers and three teachers, Miss Finn, Gladys Sleichter, and Edith Dahl, at a meeting one day last week. The program was a discussion by Geneva Glaus and Helen Geronsin; piano solo by Betty Jean Schwartz; and a tableau, History of the Standard Bearers. The committee in charge consisted of Geneva Glaus, Mary Jane Eigler, and Ethel Weisbrod. Farewell for the Voigts— Mr. and Mrs. William Voigt were taken by surprise Thursday evening, when 30 other members of their Sunday school class arrived with potluck lunch. This was a belated farewell, for the Voigts had moved to a farm eight miles west and 4% miles south of Fenton. Mrs. Clarence Osborn and Mrs. Earl Crouch had charge of the entertainment. The Voigts were presented with a gift. Fenton Wins, Then Loses-^Fenton won its first game in the sectional tournament at Emmetsburg Wednesday, but it was close all the way. Fenton led Haifa at the half by only two points. It was a free-scoring game, and the score was 48-40. Local high-point men were Krause and Skare, each with 12 points, and Bergeson was next with ten, Ohm with eight. Thursday night Fenton played Curlew and lost, 38-20. Party Honors Departing Couple— The Five Hundred club met at Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller's Thursday evening in honor of the John Kramers, who were moving to Whittemore. Charles Glaus won high for men; Mrs. Samuel Warner, high for women. G. B. Stevens won cut. The Kramers were presented with a gift. Daughter for Arngld Drcyers— 'Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dreyer are paents of an 8%-lb. daughter, born Thursday at the Mueller hospital, the first child. Mrs. Kleist died five years ago at Rochester. The Kleists were farms he purchased near there.! ^lf° y , el<s , of ,P° ul .Vy The farms are now operated by his sons Walter and Clarence. Since moving to Rochester Mr. and game, pups. A picture which Wm. C. Dau took last winter showed eight pheasant carcasses in one fox den. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION = NOTICE OP PUBLIC MEASURE TO ~ BE SUBMITTED TO THE ELBCT- CITY OP A1X30NA. To All Whom It May Concern: ' Notice is herelby given that whereas on the 23rd day of February, 1939, at a regular meeting- of the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, the following- Resolution was -duly passed by the City Council of said t-ity, to-wit: RESODUTION NO. 1 WHEREAS, on the 23rd day of February, 1939, there was filed In the office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, and with the Council of said City a Petition petitioning the Mayor and city Council of the City FENTON NEWS The Lutheran St. John's Aid met Wednesday in the church basement, and guests were Mesdames J. A. Schwartz, E. C. Weisbrod, Edw. Priebe, and .Paul Eigler. Hostesses were Mrs. Henry Reimer and Mrs. Carl Priebe. The Evening bridge club met Thursday w_ith Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz at" four tables. High went to Dr. E. W. Ruske and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, and Mrs. Walter Ohm was low. Substitutes were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers. Plans for Achievement day were laid and a special feature will be Making Your Garment Fit You Music study; was given, special attention, with all the memory records played. and Mrs. B. If. Johoapn suth for they operated stores at Lakota and Woden before coming to Titonka. Collegians Home for Week-End— Mrs. Roy Budlong drove to Cedar Falls Thursday, returning the same day and bringing with her Betty and Dorothy Budlong, Harriet Schram, Ruth Welhousen, and [rene Schmidt, who attend the State Teachers college. The girls are all going back this week Tuesday. This was the end of the winter term, and the spring term commences this week Tuesday. Section Boss Wins Promotion— The Jacob Meyers family have moved to Iowa Falls, where Mr. Meyers now has a better job as section man on the Rock Island for which he had worked here 15 years. of Algona, Iowa, to submit to the well known in all northwest Kos- electors of the City of Algona, Iowa, at the next regular municipal election of said City to be held on the 27th day of March, 1939, a public measure substantially ,as follows: "Shall_the City of Alsona, Iowa, levy annually a special tax of not exceeding one and one-fourth mills per annum upon the taxable property within said City for a period of not more than twenty years, the collection of which Is to be anticipated by the issuance of airport bonds not exceeding Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) for the purpose of acquiring, improving and equipping a Municipal Airport, all as provided by Chapter 303-cl of the Code of Iowa?" AND WHEREAS, said petition was signed by 321 qualified electors of the City of Algona, Iowa, equal in number to twenty-five per cent of those who voted at the last regular municipal election of said City of Algona, Iowa. NOW THEREFORE, Be it resolved by the City council of the City of Aleona, Iowa, that at the next regular municipal election of the City of Algona, Iowa, to be held on the 27th day of March, 1939, the following pub. lip measure, to-wit: "Shall the City of Algona, Iowa., levy annually a special tax of not exceeding one and one-fourth mills per annum upon the taxable property within said City for a period of not more than twenty years, the collection of which Is to be anticipated by the issuance of airport bonds not exceeding Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) for the purpose of acquiring, improving and equipping a Municipal, Airport, all as provided by Chapter 303cl of the Code," be submitted as provided by law, and the Mayor and the Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and they are hereby authorized to publish' notice of said election as provided by law In the Algona Advance and the Algona upper Des Moines, newspapers printed In the English language in the CIty of Algona, Iowa, and of general circulation in said City of-Algona, Iowa, once each week for three consecutive weeks as provided by law Adopted by the' City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 23rd day of February, A. D., 1939, at a regular meeting of said Council >-bu«tr Attest: ADAH CAjRlLSON. City Clerk of the City of Algona Iowa. / ' | Approved by me this 23rd day of February, A. D., 1939. * \ ' ,, C. F. SPECHT, Mayor of the city of Algona, Iowa. I, C. F. Specht, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, hereby proclaim that' Other Titonka Mews. J. 'E. Kell, Maurcie Keil, and John Wood arrived at Whitsette, Tex., last week Monday, after Sunday and part of Monday with the L. D. Wolfes, who are at .San Antonio. The time there was spent at visit- Ing points of interest in and about the city, with the Wolfes, who have become "at home" in Texas and are enjoying their winter in the south, as guides. The Keils planned to get back late this week and will bring 100 bushels of Texas- grown oranges and grapefruit. The Tom Youngs were Algoua business visitors Friday, and while there called on the Andrew Hansens, who moved March 1 to the John Johnson farm, near the Ambrose A. Call state park. Mrs. Young is a sister of Mr. Hansen. Mrs. John Bleich entertained her bridge club Thursday at the Sartor home. Mrs, C. H. Downs won first at bridge; Mrs. Frank Clark, a prize for the score nearest 1939. Mrs. Howard French was low. The Wayne Millers spent last Wednesday at Bancroft, helping the G. G. P^ffermans move to a farm near Swea City. Wayne Is a nephew of Mr. Pefferman. H Twin = Sizes Windsor This model is always popular. Has shaped Graceline posts and round rods. Sturdily constructed for long service. Fluted Panel A handsome model. The center panel has an attractive wood grain finish and fluted borders. The continuous posts and rods have Grace"~ , v ; line design. Graceline This Graceline bed will go with any type of furniture. Note the interesting treatment of end panels with the rods set at an angle. Center panel has pleasing decoration. men,t. ' .::•'-.. A planned luncheon was served at noon, as follows: fried carrots and, apple?, an • egg dish, prune salad, apricot supreme, and' coffee. The Dorcas Sewing circle met with Mrs. Edw. Weiabrod last week Tuesday. Guests -were Mrs. J. A. G. Smith and Mrs. Arthur Glaus. 'Mr. and Mrs. August Kyhl, son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lowenberg, and the Lowenberg daughter Juantta, of Bljjgsted, were recent guests at Edw, Olyn's- Mr. and Mrs. 0»H,. Stoeber, with the 90H Billy, visited at Armstrong night 8^4" jB<toy with Stoeber's . Tafter two week*' ,*t looking after Small Loans Up to $300 OK AUTOMOBILES ' LITE STOCK 10USEHOLD FUBHJTUBE, ETC- Prompt, courteous, confidential NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO to Upper Dei Moine* olflc* Jow , Modern Nice modern style, with-continuous Graceline posts for durability. Center panel has attractive decoration striping. 'WP< A k Tt« MEALS , A KL DIA-BISMA |fre. Arthur «*- w«* fTErSBY

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