Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1939 · Page 3
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AMFPICAS DE^T BLADE ROYAL^ KA70P BIADFS ('^lU-j^Zy FOP ALL PAZOfiS Sold by E. W. LUSBY [og Raisers Inipr0 ved Trinity Mixture is the Ideal protein nt Minerals, vitamins, proteins. Goes ni'' briber, , t costs less than tankage. iderson Grain & Coal Co. ALGONA, IOWA aising Grocery Phnoe 290-291 Four Deliveries Richelieu and Baby Stuart Foods SPECIALS! PINACH, No. 2% can, reg. 20c 15c WT, No. 2Y 2 can, reg. 15c lOc ILE KERNEL CORN, No 2 en reg 15c—lOc j! AM STYLE CORN No. 2 can, 2 for 25c PLYMOUTH ROCK CORN No. 2 can, 4 for 25c 5TARD PUMPKIN, No. 2% can 15c _RLY JUNE PEAS, reg. 18c 13c PINEAPPLE, crd. or sld. No. 2 y 2 can 25c IWBERRY SAUiCE, reg. 30c 23c OKBERRIEB, reg. 23c 18c ato Juice, Orange Juice and 1A Brapefruit Juice, each 1UI " I Pork and Beans, 2 Ib. 2 oz. can 19c I Heinz Vegetarian Beans, reg. 15c . lOc hipso, Magic Washer, Pels Naphtha 91 _ Hips, Borax Soap Chips, special each ^ A *- PEPSI-COLA CARDS REDEEMED HERE! tash Fruits and Vegetables every other day! "THE CRISPEST CELERY IN TOWN" ••M [WHY WAIT? JNtY KQSatJf tt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAOB THUMB Burial Wednesday for Pioneer Kossuth Girl MRS, BENNER, 73 YEARS IN COUNTY, DIES Wesley, Mar. 13 — Funeral services for Mrs. Olivia Benner, 79, were held Wednesday at the Methodist church, the Rev. Arthur Bottom, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Ben- ncr died last week Sunday night at the Kossuth hospital, where she had been taken the day before after a fall at her home. Mrs. Bennor was Olivia Ash before marriage to George Benner here. Sho was born at Madiaon', Wla.; October 3, 1859, and was brought to Kossuth. when she .was nine by her parents, the journey being made in a covered wagon. Mrs. Denner is survived by the son Delmar, at home, and a daughter, Mrs. Esther Spangler, Everly, four grandchildren, three great- grandchildren, and two brothers, Freeman Ash, Wesley, and Ancil Ash, Bluffton. The latter is 90 and could not come for the funeral. Interment was made In Evergreen, and pallbearers were A. M. Lease, Preston Chapin, Guy M. Butts, A, L. Klelnpeter, Swan Nelson, and Matt Laux. Amateur Program is Manned— The Legoin Auxiliary has set Friday, April 14, for an annual amateur program at the Klelnpeter hall. Mrs. Lawrence Koppen was hostess at a meeting last week Monday ngiht attended by 12 members. Mrs. Halvor Flom Jr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease reported a recent Legion-Auxiliary conference at Des Moines. Mrs. J. F. Meurer will be hostess at the next meeting Monday, April 3. Hralcy Daughter to Omaha— Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley have word that their daughter, Mrs. Stanley Smith, and the latter's husband have moved from Marshalltown to Omaha, where Mr. Smith is connected with the Sun Life Insurance Co., of Canada. Felts Wed for 50 Years— UNION MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS CLUB MEETS AT MRS. BAILEY'S Union Twp., Mar. 13—TJhe Moth-] ers & Daughters club met at Norma Bailey's Thursday, Laura Hauenstein assisting, and 18 members and five guests attending. The meeting was opened with the club song, Mrs. Mary Wood at the piano. Mrs. Frank Thompson then played two piano numbers, after which a business session ,was held. A report on a county federation meeting at Titonka last week Tuesday was given by Mrs. Presley Sarchet; on a bake sale,- by Cora Reid; on the history committee by Marie Bode. The' president appointed Mabel Tjaden | historian to replace Louisa McNutt, who has moved away. A nominating committee for officers to be elected April 6 was named: Marguerite Gardner, Nellie JenkinsOn, 'Norma Bailey. Louise Romstad reviewed part o£ the state federated IBlue Book. Marguerite Gardner spoke on tax- saving suggestions, and a discussion followed. Cora Bacon read an article, As the Chinese Twig Is Bent, and Mrs. Louis Bode closed the meeting with two vocal numbers, My Wild Irish (Rose'and Ramona. Guests were Mesdames Austin Radio Program is Heard— The Legion Auxiliary has set pet rag-radio party at Mrs. L. L. Lease's Wednesday, Mrs. Jos. Hauptman Jr. assisting, and the group heard an Auxiliary program from WOI depicting the life of boys at the Boys' State. Four to RE A School— Mesdames Frank Kouba Jr., L. L. Lease, Fred Seefeld, and Henry Swanson attended an REA cooking school at Garner last week Monday. 24 at the Good Hope community room. This will be prior to the annual county contest, also to the Union rural schools day at which pupils are awarded prizes. Mrs. Sarchet Is chairman of the rural schools day committee, and Is assisted by Louise 'Romstad, 'Louis Scott, Edw. Hackbarth, Ira Bjustrom, Ida Reid, and Edw. Rich. School No. 0 Open Again— The No. 6 (Gardner) school has been reopened, and five pupils are attending. Mr. and Mrs. Stueve who recently moved to the farm vacated by the Butterfields, have two children In school, and two Oran Rutledge children and one De Los Gardner child who had been attending the No. 5 school are also enrolled. Mrs. Norma (Raney) Walker Is teacher. "Lou" .Tenklnson Sick Abed— Dr. Harry Jenkinson, Iowa City came up Thursday to see his brother "Lou," who is confined to bed at the brother Glen's. Mrs. Wll liam Bilsbroough, Algona, Is car Ing for "Lou." Other Union Ifews. Mesdames Presley and Rober Sarchet and Olaf Romstad attend lu. •Eugenia Mae Krlethe, Drake student, spent the week-end with her arents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Crlethe, Mrs. Krlethe and Mrs. Al Staehle took her back Monday. Mrs. H. W. Miller, Algona, spent 'rlday afternoon with her aunt, Mrs. P. F. Krlethe. The F. 0. B. club met with Mrs. Staehle Thurs- and Ronald Gardner, Plum 'Creek; Mrs. Fred 'Davis, Mrs. Ben Sloter and Mrs. F. S. Thompson, Union The next meeting will be with Erma Harvey, Mame Winkel assisting. Spelling Contest for Pupils- day evening. Mrs. J. Thursday from. Emmetsburg, where'} she had spen day with her neth May. The U and at Mrs. C. F Brace assist! ig. Sewlck returned since last week Sun- daughter, Mrs. Ken- I Circle met Friday Mann's, Mrs. G. E. Avon and Perfection Products California Perfume Co. Advertised in "Good House" keeping." Sold and delivered by a local representative. ed the county federation meetin at, Titonka last week Tuesday They made a stop to see the Clai Winkles, who recently left thl township, and Mrs. .Winkle accom panied them, to Titonka. The Arthur Spears, Sherburn, Minn., were visitors recently at Mrs. Roy ISarchet announces a Roy Sarchet's, where Mr. Spear's spelling contest for the seven'father lives, and the Sld and Vlr- schools of the township on March I gll Spears, Algona, called. o: c near Us price with these quality features FORDV8 BURT GIRL AND LEDYARDYOUTH JOIN FORTUNES ewal of the charter. Irs. Uraco Still Sick- Mrs. S. E. Straley, Fenton, and wo daughters have been at W. E. Brace's, and Mrs. Straley has been aring for her mother, who has ieen abed several weeks. i has there been a more favorable time for Ming or remodeling. Material and labor prices 1 rea sonable and money is available on the easy i of the Federal Housing Administration. [you are thinking of building, we advise you not to jtoy. Come in and talk over your ideas. We can you on plans and materials, and show you to save money. We'll helfl you arrange your ' S, too. Tlioron Ifanscn at Hospital— • Theron. Hansen was taken to an Algona hospital last week Tuesday Tor medical attention. Other Wesley News. The Clare Wingerts hare moved to the John Brinkman farm, a half mile east of Sexton, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Hedrlck. Al Rosenmeyer drove to Waterloo one day last week, and trucked up the Wingert furniture. Dorothy Kraus got home last week Monday from two weeks with relatives and friends at Chicago and Springfield, 111. Ruth Haverly was employed at the Chas. Kraus home during Dorothy's absence. Mrs. Edw. Loebig entertained her bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Edw. Hildman won high; Mrs. J. L. Studer, travel. Mrs. Hildman will entertain the same group Thursday, March 23. The Ben Materns SELL AND RECOMMEND INSULATION • FIREPROOr ' VERMINPROQF When you call, may we show you Barrett Shingles for the new roof? We have styles and colors that will please you, and the prices are most reasonable. tOP*** i*HB*«* Co l--""« AMOHVIOWA Jim Pool, Mgr. from St. Benedict to a farm south of town, near Corwith, recently vacated by the Ernest Punk's, and Mr. Matern is working for Ben G. Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt ttended the funeral of Joseph Sisele at Whittemore a week ago laturday. Mr. Eisele was the father of Mrs. Herman Bode, south of Wesley. A Study club meeting which was o have been held at Mrs. Vincent Daughan's Thursday was postponed because of sickness in the amily. Many here are sick with he flu. , Burt, Mar. 13—Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, and Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. <Asa Warner, Ledyard, were married Friday evening at the Lutheran parsonage here, the Rev. L. 'Richmann performing the ceremony. They were attended by Tony iStoffel and lone Moyer. The bride wore a sand colored gown trimmed in brown, with caramel accessories. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for Des Moines on a short honeymoon trip, after which they will be at home in Algona, where Mr. Warner is employed. Last week Wednesday .the bride-to-be was given a shower at Mrs; Lyle Marlow's, attended by some relatives and neighbors. The afternoon was spent at Chinese checkers. Banquet for Farmers Planned— A small group attended a Community club dinner arid business meeting at the Marvin hotel last week Tuesday evening. Plans were laid for the third banquet for farmers, and the tentative date was set as March 23. Farmers who are newcomers In the vicinity and others on the borders of nearby townships will be invited. The club voted to support a town basebal team. Home for Sew Enterprise— P. L. and Lawrence Stainbrook have purchased the lot just south of the Smith Department store from Mrs. C. W. Schryver and wil have moved move a building they bought from Mrs. Ada Whitehill apd in which ,they have been operating thei Jurt mattress business to the loca- ion in the spring. They plan to add a display room. A blacksmith waa once located on this lot. Ten to Federatoln Me^t— Members of the Burt Woman' club who attended a county feder ation meeting at Titonka last wee" Tuesday were Mrs. O. H. Graham Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. L. A Boettcher, Mrs. M. W. Boettcher Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Mrs. P. Kriethe, Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. B W. Brooke, Mrs. H. E. Rachut, an' Mrs. Ray Black and Mrs. Chas. Loebig, Burt, called on Mrs. Kate Kennedy last week Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley, Livermore, called the same day. Mrs. Esther Skow and her son Harold spent a few days recently at Boone, where they visited Mrs. Skow's sister, Mrs. Benjamin Josephsen. Fidelia Skow came last week Monday from Forest City for a week's vacation from school with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Skow. Madeline Erdman spent a few days here recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman She is employed at Des Moines. Abbie Neiwalt, former Wesleyan now of Rock Falls, spent a few days recently at Halvor Flom s Sr and at Carl Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt, Rock ledge, Fla., observed their 66th wedding anniversary Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan, o Clear Lake, spent Friday at thel: daughter, Mrs. Lael Root's. Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stude shopped at Algona Friday. Brother of Elvldge Dead- William Elvidge received word Thursday of the death of a broth- T, Robert Elvidge, Rowley. Other Burt News. Mrs. Bertha 'Schwietert spent rom Monday to Wednesday last ast week at her daughter Mrs. Vernal Hardgrove's. Mrs. Hardgrove had fallen and suffered back njury. Robert Ward and a friend, Rapid ity, S. D., spent the week-end at the G. C. Giddings home. They came for Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ward, who had been working for George iarsen. The Sewing circle met Thursday with Mrs. J. P. Stow, and the Birthday circle met the same afternoon with Mrs. J. N. 'Holding. The Clayton Johnsons, Sexton, have moved into the upstairs apartment of the house occupied by the Lawrence Stalnbrooks. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut went to Manly last week Sunday to visit Mr. Rachut's mother, who was sick with the flu. Mrs. R. L. Cogdill spent last week at Henry Smith's, caring for the family, who were sick with the I PLUMBING! Plumbing fixtures could make that extra room thoroughly modern. Fix it up and rent it. Call LAING & MUGKEY Phone 404 Algona, Iowa ONIT CAR with eight cylinders selling for less than $956.* ONLY CAR with full torque-tube drive selling for less than $956.* ONIT CAR selling for less than $889* in which both front and rear springs are relieved of driving end braking strains. ONLT CAB with semi-centrifugal clutch selling for less than $956.* ONLT CAR with front radius rods selling for less than $898.* LARGEST hydraulic brake-lining area per pound of car weight in my car selling for less than $840.* Largest emergency brake-lining area of any car selling for less than $840.* LARGER diameter brake drums than in any car selling for less than $9! MORE floor-to-roof height than in any other low-price car. WIDEST rear seat of any low-price car. HIGHEST horsepower-to-weight ratio of any car selling for less than $806.* GREATEST fuel economy in miles per gallon of any standard-drive car with more than four cylinders, proved by the Ford "85" in the recent Gilmore* Yosemite Economy Run, as reported in February Motor Age. ^Four-door Sedan, delivered in Detroit or at factory Easy to BUY • EasyT FORD V 8 Generous Trade-in Allowance To Guarantee Dr. Pepper Perfection WE SEAL OUT EVEN THE CORK =0; Mrs. A. H. Melnzer. Legion and Auxiliary |Ieet— Mrs. L. H. Schenck, Mrs. Fran Schneider, and Mrs. Estel Rent entertained the Legion vost . an the Auxiliary at monthly meeting last week Tuesday evening. Plan were laid for a banquet for th farmers to be given tyy the Com munity club. Toothman Belatlve is low- Mr, and Mrs. Charley Olson took Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Toothman to Humboldt Friday. Thp Toothmans were called there by word of the serious illness of Mr. Toothman's brother-in-law, John Qran. Farmers Remodeling Home— The Godfrey Geilejnfeldts, who recently moved to their farm a half mile west of Burt, are remodeling the house, laying-new floors and making other improvements. Ole Romstad is doing the Elevator to be Beorgz Stockholders of the work. nlzed— Burt Farmers Exchange "will nieet at the Royal Theatre this w«fek Thursday to discuss reorganization and re- LOANS $5O and Up Do you need money to buy auto or truck license, pay taxes or for winter necessities? Our liberal credit plan permits us to take care of the needs of most every borrower, married or single. Terms arranged to conform to your income. \ * » « *• Loans made on Furniture, Livestock, or other personal property * * * * Autos refinanced—payments reduced Investigate our Quick MONEY CREDIT SERVICE with- put obligation, P, J. KOHLHAAS Algona - Phone 22 -General Insurance Agency* EVERY BOTTLE NOW WITH "PANASEAfJ WAIT FOR GRAHAM'S ^^^^^^^P ^^^^BB ^|lpF • ^^tmmjffi^^ ^KP^ ^W ^HIHj^^ ^^^^^w ^^^jppp^^ * ^B^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^P^f ^^^^^^^^^w^ 250 NEW SPRING GARMENTS SUITS, COATS, 3 pfeSlI When you buy your Dr. Pepper today,- look inside the crown.-In addition to the code • lining, note the new, film-like, whke due Note the round imprint of the bottle's lip. See how this impervious new seal has sheathed the liquid from contact, even with cork. Sparkle stays in. Even faint cork tastes, odors and cork-crumbs stay out. When only plain, cork-lined crowns were; available, we always bought the best. Now,: that the former-best has been improved by the "Panaseal" patent-crown, we buy them ... at much greater cost. The container, at whatever cost, is none too good for a product that can't be improved. riday and m^ipp w jfci^A ^4p^v jj (BPTlJJPT(JBpU|R ^BF ^WHp flBPF mm ^^^^ WirVf ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^

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