Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1939
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tWO KOSStJtH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. 10WA AFTER WE Fill, TOUR tank with I>X Motor Fnel we hare to hold your car nntll yon get hold of the wheel I NeTcr saw anything like it! —It's a fact!— Johnson's D-X SERVICE YOU'LL LIKE OUR .SERVICE. HERE IS BARGAIN INSPECT IT X64—Groncwald 160 acres, 1 mile southwest of Hatching, la.; 100 acres tillable, 60 acres pasture and alfalfa; improved. Reasonable down payment, balance on long term contract. Priced to sell. See me at once. E. T. HAUPTMANN Authorized Representative. Corwlth, Iowa 01 Sec your local Realtor Mr. and Mrs. Robin Robin Red Breast is here and a very welcome visitor. Our new men's suits for Easter are also here. They just arrived and we are delighted with them. The now shades of green and mauve are simply beautiful. Single or double breasted, with the new plain back or fancy half belt back. Then we have the conservative suits for the older men. To get suits to match.the ones we sold last fall for $12.50 has been a real job. We have sent back a dozen sets of sample suits. They were not good enough. No matter how cheap we sell a suit it has to fit right, be well tailored, and give our customer perfect satisfaction. We finally struck a line of 100% pure worsted, excellent tailoring.with non-breakable fronts. They fit beautifully, and we ire pleased with them. You will like the fit, the new colors, and you can depend on quality. Our price, $12.50 and $14.00. Men's oxfords have been coming until 1 guess we have every new style that is manufactured. You can get anything you want from $1.98 to $4.95 a pair. JImmi© Neville ALGONA, IOWA NOTHING EQUALS A ROUND LUG for Traction New Lodge Carpet in Livermore Hall AXMINSTER WITH A FELT BASE IS LAID Livermore, Mar. 13 — The Masonic hall has been covered with a new Axminster seamed carpfit, un- derlaid with a heavy felt base. Charles Howard made the purchase from a local furniture store. The room is 21x39. A Livermore delegation attended an O. E. S. dinner and school conducted by Mrs. Lucile Johnson, Eagle Grove, at Humboldt last week Monday. The group included Mr. and Mrs. C. Kenneth Howard, Mr. and Mrs. William King, Mr. and Mrs. Ulus Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Lund, and R. J. Oltman, R. W. Beardsley, K. J. Baessler, and C. Howard. PORTLAND NEWS Portland Progress club members who attended a county federated meeting at Tltouka last week Tuesday included the Mesdanies George Lanning, Samuel Winchell, Victor Applegate, John Koestler, ville hospital. James Hudson was abed last week and was reported seriously sick. Darrell and Donald Peterson are new pupils In the No. 8 school. The Robert Wltte is assisting with the general farm chores. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dorr, Bel- nond, were Thursday visitors at brother Ben Dorr's. He is n William Ringsdorf, M. E. Larsen.'No. 7'school, Wanda Waltman, Bernard Phelps, George Larsen, teacher, has six new boys but only Tony Jandl, Ray McWhorter, Mar- four more pupils, two having tin Becker; also Doris Rich. moved away. Numbers 1, 3, and 6 Mrs. Mennett Trunkhlll was sick have the same number as before, last week with asthma and sinus! Wayne Keith and Ray McWhor- trouble. The Trunkhill baby was!-" attended an all-day Farm Bu- also sick. Mr. Waterloo, were over last week Sunday guests at S. M. Peterson's OH uuu/ «*" •• - — * J The Rev. Mr. Kramer has asked members of the parish to help cut down trees. It is Inconvenient to ake these down without lots of help because of the shrubbery re- :ently planted. | reau planning board meeting at the ^' ... T Bancroft CCC camp Friday and ate ana Mrs. Clarence Larsen, .,,,,.,_„ t ,. (Vl r> nnmn dininir mnm Howard Hoffman Has Operation— Howard Hoffman was taken to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, i last week Monday for an appendi- ] citls operation. His wife went with him| Last week-end he was reported recovering. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman, Livermore, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach, Algona. Veda, a sister who came from Des Moines for the week-end, is in Yeomen insurance employ as stenographer. Lions Dinner is Postponed— Because of other festivities and so much sickness in the community, the Lions club fortnightly meeting dated for last week was postponed till this week Monday night, but dinner will not be served. The three cafes here al- etrnate at serving dinners. County Officer Improving — 0. H. Johnson, formerly Livermore, now county auditor at Hum! boldt, is recovering from a spell of sickness, part of which was spent at n Fort Dodge hospital. Mr. Johnson was for many years assistant cashier of the,. State bank here. and George Larsen's. They brought Mrs. Harold Nelson and her baby to the Peterson home for a week's j stay. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Nelson, and the baby spent Friday evening at Alfred Godfredson's. Virginia and Mary Janice Me-' dinner in the camp dining room. Edward Eugene arrived at Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Neitzel's Monday evening—a new son. Mrs. Samuel Winchell entertained the Helping Hand club Friday. A Saint Patrick centerpiece and favors were used at lunch. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning spent Friday with the George God- Whorter were on a dancing pro- j dens. Emmetsburg. gram at a Chamber of Commerce! The Clarion Longs spent last banquet at the Algona high school) auditorium Wednesday evening. Jane McWhorter, student at the Forest City college, spent Friday night and Saturday at Ray McWhorter's. Mesdames Henry Smith, F. A. Ringsdorf, and Ray McWhorter attended a Legion Auxiliary meeting Wednesday at the Mrs. Bell Reynolds home, Burt. "The women week with his parents and other relatives in South Dakota Edw. Dittmer is slowly recovering from a heart attack. Helen Schwietert, R. N., is in charge, and Dorothy Faulstich is assisting with the housework. The Portland Progress club is to meet at Mrs. John Koestler's this week Thursday. The Peppy Pals will meet Saturday with Virginia sewed carpet rags for the Knox- and Viola Trenary. .. and no car on earth is better engineered *Delivered at Pontiac, Midi. Subject to change without notice. Transportation, stale and local taxes (if any), optional equipment and accessories — extra. KLAS8IE MOTOR CO., ALGOXA Wedding Dance Draws Crowd — The Ewoldt orchestra, of Algona, furnished music for a wedding dance at the Figueroa ball room given Friday night by Harold Colwell, Irvington, and his bride, the former Marie Ohm, Lotts Creek. ' There was a large attendance. Kltlcr Quits the Elevator — James Elder has resigned as manager of the Farmers elevator. Help was cut down, and Air. Elder felt that the work was too heavy for only one man. The Elders came here from Rockwell City some years ago. LEDYARD WOMEN TO SHOWER FOR BRIDE AT BURT Ledyard, Mar. 13—Mrs. H. Fry, Mrs. Asa Warner, and Mrs. Rose Moulton attended a shower for Evelyn Bierstedt at a Marlow home near Bancroft Thursday. Chinker Chek and 500 furnished entertainment. Miss Bierstedt and Leonard Warner were married Friday at Burt, and after a short honeymoon at Des Moines they will be at home at Algona. clerking in The bride had been a Burt store, and the bridegroom, since graduation from the Ledyard H. S., had been painting with an uncle at Fenton. Former Livermore Girl Dies— Mrs. G. F. Schaefer, 41, died at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Meusey, were once residents here. The Schaefer home is at Vincent. The husband and two daughters .survive. 1'ationt is Critically Sick- Frank Collins, who lives with his daughter, Mrs. Link Hughes, recently suffered a relapse, after strokes, and last week-end was reported in serious condition. Mrs. H. L. Clark was called to help care for him. Sec Ledyard Defeat aiallard— The large Stroud school bus and eight or ten private cars carried 50 enthusiastic boosters to Webster City Thursday to back the local boys' basketball team in a district tournament. The boys won their first game Thursday night by defeating Mallard, 34-22, and Friday night the fans went back to see the boys meet Ellsworth.. jontractor. and says 3een busy all winter. they have their first meeting the amount of llulph . which s sa,d eorn or ^ (7) The private atlon are t6 be conducted fcy tew (4) directors, and until the first ah- nual meeting of stockholders the following naroe'Lf 6 *? b ?f' $$*«' Fred W. Shiltfl, Edtfln D. Pankali, T. R. Curtis and Stanley A, Tanner shall be the directors of such cor- •Wratlohj the executive officers of stockholders of the corporation shall be a presl^ flhall be exempt from th"T1 1 ••--' - secretary, aald corporation. c d <*h| tnay , dent a vice-president, a a treasurer, an assistant secretary and an assistant treasurer, who shall be chosen by the affirmative \ vote of a majority of the board at 26-29 Dated 1939. this 6th BDWIN .owa. (2) lege after a short vacation between terms. Mrs. W. E. Wiemer was an Algona shopper Thursday, and she called on Mrs. Harold Clark and the new son Tommy at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle spen last week Tuesday afternoon a Swea City with Mrs. Pingle's moth i er, Mrs. Margaret Looft. I E. T. Halvorson and Jaco Stubbe drove to Canton, S. D., las week Tuesday on a business mis slon. Kenneth Thompson, Sioux City visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and a daughter visited relatives at Klemme -last week Sunday. Wililam Siemens, Madelia, Minn., visited at his aunt ,Mrs. Rose Moul- lon's last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus and Doris Welfare were Blue Earth callers Wednesday. Mrs. Raymond Barslou and Mrs. Arthur Zielske were Bancroft callers Thursday. John Waltman spent Thursday and Friday at Webster City, visiting relatives. Jule Sifert has been sick and under the care of a doctor. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION •0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have associated themselves together under and by vir- ue of Chapter 384, Title XIX, of .he 1935 Code of 'Iowa, and the aws amendatory thereto, as a corporation and have adopted articles of incorporation, which provides as follows, to-wit: (1) The name of such corporation is ALGONA SHOE COMPANY, inc., and its principal place of transacting business is Algona, v _, The general nature of the business to be transacted by such corporation is: To manufacture, purchase or otherwise acauire, own, mortgage, pledge, sell, assign and transfer, or otherwise dispose of, to invest, trade, deal in and deal with boots, shoes, footwear and other goods, wares and merchandise and personal property of every class and description. (3) The amount of capital stock authorized by the articles of incorporation is Seven Thousand Dollars ($7,000) which is to be paid as follows: In Cash. (4) The corporate existence of said corporation shall commence on the 9th day of March, 1939, and continue for twenty (20) years, unless sooner dissolved by a vote of the holders of a majority of the stock issued and outstanding. (5) The affairs of such corpor- Clifton Engelbys Leave— The Clifton Engelbys have moved to a farm south of Forest City. Clifton began farming with his father, 0. Engelby, right after graduation from high St. BENEDICT Flu Cases are Reported— Mrs. Jessie Madden, Humboldt, was caring last week for Mrs, Ethel Aaronson, who was having the flu. Others who have had it are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley, a daughter, and Mrs. Culvert Johnson. Frod Brown is Dead— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown went to Sibley Friday, called by news of the death of a cousin, Fred Brown, whose funeral was held Saturday. He lived here many years and operated a tailor shop. Jfew Son for the Sprongs— Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sprong are parents of a boy, born Wednesday at their home in north Livermore, the second child. Mrs. Sprong is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Robbins, Livermore. The John Grandjenett family drove to Rockwell Thursday to visit their daughter Mrs. Kate school, andjWeimer. They returned Friday, of late years they had farmed in: John Witte and son Joe, with partnership. A younger sou, j Richard Ferstl were business call- Kingsley, farms now for his father, i ers at Mason City a week ago ™ • -,- ~T r i Tuesday. Flu in Knoner lamily- | Mrs . Ben Don . and Deimis caned Little Dennis, small son of Mr. j on Mrs. John Preushel Wednesday, and Mrs. Edw. Knoner, spent aJMrs. Preushel and new daughter few days last week with his grand-'. wero brought home Sunday from parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bargar, le hospital at Algona, and both re getting along fine. Mrs. Harold Heniger and daugh- er Marlene, Mason City, arrived 'riday night ^to spend the week- nd with her mother, Mrs. Mc- Cenna. The little twin daughters of Mrs. '"enton caused quite a bit of at- raction at' school, for it has been ome time since twins attended lis school. They are in the first rade and recently moved here rom Lu Verne. Mary Lou Froehlich has been Lakota, while his mother and two brothers, John and Don, were sick with the flu. Girl's Birthday is Observed— The Methodist junior choir met for practice Thursday evening at their leader Mrs. Glenn Yahnke's, and following practice Marjorie Mayer's 14th birthday was observed. A large birthday cake was served. New Heir for Dorseys— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorsey are parents of a son, born last week Tuesday, named Fred Harland Jr. Mrs. Dorsey's mother, Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, Burt, is caring for mother and babe. The new Gillette tractor tire is in a class by itself. Come in and look them over, lower in price. We carry a complete stock of bearing for all popular tractors, cars, and trucks; also repairs, piston rings, sleeves, etc. GREENBERG Auto Supply The place to buy parts is a regular auto supply store. Other Livermore Mews. Four clubs were entertained last week. Mrs. John Seger was hostess to the Bide-A-"Wee, and Mrs. F. R. Millett won high. Mrs. Archie Wilson entertained the Equality club Thursday, and Miss Wymbn entertained the "Wee-Nob, bridge club at her apartment at its lasl meeting. Mrs. R. J. Oltman will be hostess to the Twentieth Century club this week Tuesday. Addie Thompson, of Morrison, who had been at Mrs. Peter Thompson's, Lu Verne, and Hattie Burlingame's, Algona, came home recently. She is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Thompson. Winnie Johnson recently came un from Webster City for a couple of days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown. She works for a coflmetics company at Boone. Jesse Morris, who had lived on the Cox farm, east of Livermore, a year, now has the Buckley place in the south end of town. Mrs. W. F. Miller was sufficiently recovered from her recent illness to hepl her husband at the Gazette shop Thursday. A large delegation '•• from Livermore were attending the district basketball tournament at Webster City last week. William Devine, who had spent most of the winter in California with his brother Charles, recently returned. William Frisch, of the Rock Island section, was sick and off duty three weeks, but is now back on jthe .iob. ' Nadine Hewitt is helping at Alice • Dumphy's while Margie Dumphy is at H. L. Zigrang's. « Team Is Sold for $800. Wesley, Mar. 13—J. C. Skow sold a team of bay horses, six and. eight vears old respectively, t o John I Boeckelman, near German Valley, | for $300 one day last week. Mr. i Skow lately sold three Hampshire i gilts, one going to South Dakota, two to western Iowa. Kraitiersinelers > T ow Fanning— The Alfred Kramersmeiers have moved to a farm vacated by the Trenarys. For the last several years "King," as Alfred is known to the community, had driven Shell gas truck. Aid Plans Box Lunch— The Methodist Aid will have box lunch at the church this week Thursday. The meeting was post poned last week for the funeral o Mrs. L. J. Worden. Town Hall Job Resumed— Work has again been resume on a WPA project here, the ne\ town hall, and it is hoped that th job can now be continued till com pletion. Other Ledyard > T ews. Edw. Looft and E. T. Halvorso drove to Cedar Falls last wee Monday to take Beulah Looft, A vira Halvorson, and Kathryn Powers back to the State Teacers col- uite sick for two weeks with flu nd complications. She is some mproved now. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Arndorfer .ave both been sick with the flu. of Y/r men's suits is i^ thrifty — to your fastidious appearance u t all times, cull and liver. We de- ELK CLEANERS AND TAILORS Phone iiSO - W<? 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