Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1939 · Page 5
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KOSBUTH COUNTY ADVANCE). ALQONA, ...IOWA. PAGE FIVE "Stars" Entertain Instructor — Mrs. Mar- matron of here , en- SWEA C/TYANS TO VOTE TWICE ON SCHOOL ISSUES NEXT WEEK • < Swea City, Mar. 6 — Two elections pertaining to th« school business Will be held next week. One Is the annual epring election of board members- on March 13; Other a special election on the the gymnasium proposition on March 17. Petitions have been filed for nomination of D. W. Fults and tjr uutti"—- - . - . nomuiuuuii ui *-». vi, j'uiiM anu Mr ott'lc" 9 A ™ L J'™ ;., i Henry M. Larson for the three*& £$?&•& - (sstfcsttfiss •ass^sjr** o in the afternoon at the nf the local chap- attended 6:30 dln- dln- by the same year director term and for Mrs. J. E. Vaux as treasurer for a two- year term. Testa for Driven Given — First examinations here for drivers' licenses were held last week Monday in charge of Patrolman- Sergeant Harry Brown and Patrolman Strlngham. Twenty-five applicants were served for car licenses, nine for chauffer licenses. Tractor Demonstration Planned— Roger Linde, highest In tractor sales this winter in Mason City territory, announces an Allis- Chalmei-fl "Drive-Away" sale. A parade of tractors is planned. Besides free lunch at noon, a free picture show will be given to demonstrate tractor farming. Itiiffiilo Center 1'astor Speaks— The Rev. and Mrs. Peter Peters, Buffalo Center, were recent guests of the Rov. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Bronleewo, and Mr. Peters spoke on The Sunday School Recognizing God's Program before the S. S. teachers and officers of Mr. Bronleewe's church. Other Swea City. On the Monday of the first ex- Another examination will bo held! amlnations for drivers' lice'nses here on March 12. Two Granddaughters Same Day- Mrs. Alma Swanson has received word of the arrival of two new granddaughters, born on the same hero, L. A. Haglund wore an ornate badge granted to him 33 years MOVES ARE FEW IN THE LAKOTA NEIGHBORHOOD Lakota, Mar. 6—Not many In this vicinity are moving this spring. Oscar Nelson, southwest of town, is moving to a farm In Grant township, and Alfred Christ .and his bride are beginning housekeeping on the farm vacated by the Nelsons. The Herman KrullS' are moving from the Frank Koppen farm, southeast of town, to a farm near Thompson, and the Adolph Friests are moving to the farm the Krulls left. The Edw. Telcamps are moving to the farm north of town owned.by Mrs. Ann Greenfield, Kiester, Minn., which was vacated by the Zone family. The farm where the Dwlght Smiths lived last year, owned by the f their 'wlvei they ' we'r'e" intUed'ih for lunch and a short visit). The women planned a bake Bale at the Warburton store this week Saturday. Mrs.-Carl Hammer was able to attend this meeting, the first since the beginning of her more than three months. rresbytctlaii Aid Meets— Mesdames Jerry Heetland, C. A. Winter, and Raymond Winter entertained the Presbyterian Aid at Thursday, 35 Following a Mrs. Charles Mrs. Heetland'a women attending. lUslnesa meeting ap;o at New York City, where he j Equitable Life, was sold recently to a Mr. Cassein, of the Ledyard neighborhood, and the Smiths have »1 Yrramers, place cards, day— Saturday, February 25, to her Thursday keeping with the daughters,' Mrs. J. E. Shade, of 'she had s " wrote an examination for a chauffeur's license. Mrs. Rachel Stockman returned from Minneapolis, where spent a few days with her . other j ong ta. Worthlngton, Minn., formerly Alice son Ralph and daughter Dencil. niters r men £j lora i ^''^mters and visitors had Swanson, and Mrs. Earl Sanftner, I tor men y> ]nra i decorations., Sanborn, Minn., formerly Esther j matron i were and the Instructor - with a cors- Swanson. The Rev. R. P. Bronleewe was abed a few days last week with the flu. roup »*— the evening *t [tail There the regular work 1 ° -..out, preceding a talk or and reply by the . natron. Tlurtaltlatloa of i rfelen Smith and transfer o Jessie Pooch closed the day* , Sick the Flu— unusual number of patients last week, MANY FARMERS NEAR BURT IN FARM CHANGES Girl's Birthday Celebrated- Wednesday was Joan Chlpman's tenth birthday, and in honor of the event ten little girls were entertained at her home after school. E. 11. IMttmer Reported Sick— E. B. Dittmer was taken sick last week with a heart attack. Helen Schwietert is caring for him. "moved in" with Dwight's father Roland Smith Sr., and will farm with him this year. Methodist Aid is Entertained— Mesdames Allton Anderson, Ear Grabau, and J. H. Warburton, of fleers of the Methodist Aid, were hostesses to the society at Warburton's Wednesday. Lunch was served to 21 men and women (when some of the husbands came Qutknecht had charge of devotions, icing the scripture on the house hat was butlded on a rock an<3 elling the story of a family which ounded a home on this rock When, in later life, storms came ,he house withstood them, because so many years before, it had been milt on a sound foundation. Two lymns were sung, and three little folks, Carlyle Gerzema, Darflen En nen, and Barbara Winter, recltei pieces. Lunch was served, and a social hour followed. Lakotnns Battic Snow Drifts— 0r. P. C. Geilenfeldt, Loyal Ging rich, John Johnson, Homer Olson and G. O. Johnson drove to De Molnes last week Monday to se he Payciiek-iMassera fight, the leavy snowstorm that night so de- ayed them coming home 'that they had to spend the night at Jewel, and next day It took them till night o fight their way back through the drifts. Two Ken Babies Here— A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, Ted Wallentlne at their home northwest of town last week Wednesday. The Wallentines have one other child, a boy. A son was also born to Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Daniels, two miles north of town, :he next morning. There are four other Daniels children, two boys and two girls. Sunday School Board Tarty— The Otto Koppens were hosts last week Monday evening to the Methodist Sunday school board. Plans for Easter were discussed and to make arrangements a committee, Mesdames Harry Jlussmar and Otto Koppen, was appointed. It was voted to buy a plant for Mrs Harry Moe, who has been sick several weeks. Commercial Club Has Dinner— The Commercial club had monthly business meeting and din ner at the Methodist church Thurs day evening, but for some it was a hurried meal, for they were also aking the basketball boys to Lake Mills, where the team played Scar- ille and won, 24-22. Nine In Tobogganing Party— Orville, Howard, and Wayne <oppen, Kathryn Becker, Leila -lanson, Harold and Lois Gingrich, Eleanor Moe, and Adele Johnson, drove to the Fort Defiance state ?ark at Estherville a week ago Saturday and spent the day tobogganing. Former Lakotan Loses Husband— Relatives here received word last week of the death of Marvin Moore at Moline, 111. Mrs. Moore was formerly Sadie Freeark, and she is a cousin of the Wortmans here and a sister of Clifford Freeark, Clear Lake. Fin Is Prevalent Here— Many in town and the vicinity are seroiusly sick with flu, which seems to be the real thing this winter. Other Lakota News. The Roy Farringtons were Sunday visitors at Otto Koppen's. They had planned to surprise the Koppens, but the Koppens found out they were coming, so had "com- pany" dinner ready for them, Other relatives present wer« Mi*. Emma Smith and the Emory Smiths. Clifford Knutsoh, son-in-law' of Gust Koppen, has been seriously sick with pneumonia at the home of his parents, near Swea City. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Buckels Thursday, their irst child. I PLUMBING! And now it's the extra bath room. Bath facilities down stairs save so many steps. Get an estimate. LAING & MUGKEY Phone 464 Algona, Iowa Burt, Mar. 6—Among the farmers moving last week were the c.! 1Jo » ios Father in Hosp.tal- E. Sdg&bees, who moved to their S r t also sick. The Gazette edl- farm south of Burt. The Milton Tife, Mrs. W. F. Miller, is im- M ar i OWSi ^ho had been on that ng, and Mrs. J. w - Hewitt, farm moyed to Qne near Lone j has been abed more than two Rock vacated by tne Leonard with pneumonia, is out 01 Heerdtai and the Heerdts movcd to the farm vacated by the Elvin El- ians Moie to Town— M. C. Bowie was called to Friday by news that his father was sick and in a hospital. Oilier Burt News. K. J. Smith drove to Clarion Thursday evening to meet his daughter Mary Ann, who came Neat llngsons, who are on the farm the ' "augnier mary Ann. wno came r]j r lr winkles had The Winkles ' nome for a short vislt she is a Clalr Wii oM es ha 1. lUe ™ ™ es „„„ --------- r]jr n Henry Tillsons have moved Clalr Wii . ludent at Cedar Falls. K rfr house in town, and Syl- j nioved to P Jce «a T.tonka. , E ^ ier Fuhrman and MK . Fuhrman , and Albevt : spent the week-end at home. nto the house the Ml- ' emoved into the house the jit'The Fuhrmans came from eir farm north of Livermore lere they had lived many years. B farm was rented to A. C. Stod- •d, Ottosen. U Hears Calif ornian— > Twentieth Century club met (Margaret Malta's last week ssday, and club guests were . nes Ollie Smith, Llbbie wn, Gertrude Boyd, Leith Op._, Margaret Davis, all of Liverm, and a Mrs. Greenwood, of klilomia. Mrs. Greenwood gave a Gouds moved to Algona . Tho Jolm Banker and Mrs. J. T. Heaney Heiderscheidts moved to the farm entertained Mr. and Mrs. vacated by the Merwyn Holdings, . Chipman, Mr. and who moved to Spencer. Edw. Wolf Boettcher, and Mr. moved to the Stone farm, vacated M. Mrs. L. and Mrs. M.! A.! W. >ol Election ig Dated— |At the school election Monday, irch 13, the terms of two direct- i, Lawrence Frederick and John le, will expire, also the term | to treasurer,J ,F. Hamm. Hold- it members of the board are Dr. |i Oilman, Culvert Johnson, and iWonderly. W. Boettcher at 6:30 dinner and by the C. E. Sigsbees, and E. L. bridge last week Tuesday evening. Dlekmeyer moved to the farm va-1 Mrs. Bertha Koestler went to cated by the G. C. Hoods. The Clinton Friday to visit at her son Frank Burgers moved to the Stev- | Leonard's. Mrs. Lydia Koestler •, ena farm, and the Harvey Larsens' spent last week at Titonka, caring \ to the farm vacated by the Alvin, for her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Andersons. Herman Leeck moved jKranz, who had the flu. to the G. U. Fairbanks farm, and Denton Thaves spent a few days the Emll Elmers family, from near, last week wltn nis mo ther, Mrs. J. Fenton, moved to Mrs. Ada Mann's G, Thaves and Friday left for Chl- farm. cago, where he is employed by the State Law Printing Co. .Esther Bahilng spent Thursday i to Be Speaker— taP. T. A. meeting here this k Tuesday afternoon a feature 1 be a speaker from the highway Ion Safety First. Other num- will be a reading by Mrs. MfHuston, and tap-dancing by rla Anderson. The time is 3 tck. i Welter Hag Operation- Mrs. Emil Welter, who went to tester a week ago with her "*r, Mrs. Fred Falb, had an Ion and is reported recover- Durlng her absence from her of business George Reeves is i, Louise Gronbaeh asslst- J in Dray line— .Cramer Davis has sold his dray ' w William and Richard ".with Richard as operator. [i."»ra, who had owned the line •We, will now devote all his Uo trucking, Other Irvlngton. > sisters, Mra. Kathryn Mul. Browns Valley, Minn., and vjoin Hanifan, Blue Earth, een visiting Mrs. Patrick '. and other guests last week «, and Mrs. Thomas Payne ft" 1 d Mre- S. L. Lundbloom, 'wrmont. The vtsltorB also Wests at Bart Kanlfan's, ,'• Henr y Swanson was host- d«v a u me ml sslonary society ™?. Mrs. John Frederick led a rm,,. ™ last to P io 'to the r nun, The Church ot the ") observed with the Daughters for the Crawfords— Mrs. G. W. Leeck, Arnegard, N. D., is here, caring for her daughter, Mrs. James Crawford, to whom a daughter was born last week Monday at the Emll Person home. She will also visit brothers and sisters here, Mrs. Tom Trenary, Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mrs. Emil Person, and R. W. and H. A. Smith. Home from Denver Trip— (Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Thaves and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson got home last week Monday evening from a week's trip to Denver and back. Mr. Thaves had attended a Bankers Life meeting, and the Sor- ensona visited relatives. Mrs. Steward Has Birthday— Sunday was Mrs. Harold Steward's birthday, and in honor of the occasion Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and the G. P. Hawcotts were dinner guests at the Steward home. , Party for Girl's Birthday— Mary Jean McDonald and Marilyn Boettcher entertained ten girls at a party in honor of Ruth Carter's birthday Thursday at J. G. at the homes of a niece and a sis- ;er at Elmore, and Lulu Hawcott accompanied her for the day with Mrs. Olof Olson. Lyle Fraser, who attends 1 the Fort Dodge Junior college, spent ;he week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fraser. Edwin Manus, of the Gene Pieper orchestra, Fremont, Neb., spent last week Monday to Wednesday here with his parents Neat appearance can be had by using our tailoring s e r v i c e. Wear a suit made for ybu and get that neat appearance. CLOPTON the TAILOR Phone 88 An Important Announcement It is with a great deal of pride and pleasure that I announce to the people of Algona, Kossuth, and adjoining counties that I have just purchased the Brownell Shoe Store. It will he my policy to please and serve you to the best of my ability and to your complete satisfaction. 8 I have just returned from St. Louis, where I placed orders for a complete line of new Spring merchandise, including such well-known names as AIR STEPS and PERSONALITY STYLES for women, BUSTER BROWN shoes for children and ROBLEE, the new sensational shoe for men. This new Spring merchandise will be in my store Friday, March 10th, and I take this opportunity to cordially invite you to come in and see the season's latest. Fred W. Shifts Here Are Some Hoganson the at the Sml * JohS Boeyink - IQWE BROTHERS VARNISH Spring lfc tp wUo*ta Q the wwge attacks of sup, snow, sleet, M£ fsia, It is made to stay bright B«w for » long, long time F.S.NORTON&SON Phone 2^ 9 Curtains • Ruffles Gay new spring styles 59c 89c 98c • Panels A real spring bargain 49c 89c • Cottage Sets You'll like tnese, 59c All Curtains Full Cut rt\\ I ADC New spring asstmt CULLAiVJ Movie Mode neck'r Hemstitched Pillow Case* V-,, - -!»» *9<J 42 inch size. Special price. JUST M&OEIVBI)! SHIPMENT OF Kiddies' fast color Wash Dresses 59c Lamp Shades All shapes and sizes 10cto79c Haweott&Ogg The only low-priced car combining LowestCosf | ^•sasaw^"" - - - It takes the best In motor car design, engineering and manufacturing te give the best In motoring results. Today, as always, Chevrolet brings you the best In modern motoring at the lowest cost In purchase price, operation and upkeep. See this car at your Chevrolet dealer's— todayl Don't fee satisfied with anything hut ffce fees!— BUY A CHfVftOUT.' A OENSBA). M1JTOB8VAW;& SEE YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALEI Kossut-V ARR • ^ i \ i ^ i'-f^i .Ji'^re v-i^HH--^ * li^w »^ J&fa K i r_ Xt J «i3i j ^ ewr^it r^\ * &. *< t -^-".a l^tfv^

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