Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1939 · Page 4
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Three Wesleyans Honored by Lodge COttNtt ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA JEWELS GIVEN MEMBERS FOR 25-3HEARS . Wesley, Mar. 20—The Rev. Arthur Bottom, Noble Grand of the Wesley Odd Fellows lodge, made the presentation of special membership jewels in honor of three local Odd Fellows in the lodge rooms in the basement of the Exchange State bank Monday night. Speeches were given by Past Grand Master Guy M. Butts and by the Rev. Mr. Bottom. The- members honored were John Amesbury and Ihno A. Gerdes, both of Wesley, and A. J. Phillips, of Woden. Mr. Amesbury has been a member for 35 years, Mr. Phillips for 30 years, and Mr. Gerdes for 25 years. Mr. Amesbury and Mr. Gerdes responded. A social evening was enjoyed. Weslevan's Father is Dead- Mrs. Carson Simpson received word a week ago Friday that her father had died at Ottumwa. Mrs. Simpson had just returned from there, having been called there by illness of her mother. Her father at that time was not feeling well, but was not sick in bed. Mrs. Simpson was unable to attend the funeral because of the condition of the roads in the vicinity of her parents' home. PORTLAND PROGRESS CLUB HOLDS A BUSY SESSION AT KOE3TLEIVS Portland Twp., Mar. 20 — The Portland Progress club met Thursday with Mrs. John Koestler, and roll call was answered with Irish jokes. A talk on the ice caves at Decorah was given by Mrs. W. J. Stewart, and Mrs. Del Fitch gave an Irish reading. Reports were given on the recent county federated meeting at Titonka by Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Mrs. Victor Applegate, Mrs. Tony Jandl, and Mrs. A^£tJ! W11 J? m i.. R ™ i ? drof ' Victor i met last week Tueiday with Mrs. Applegate, David Weber, and Don- M. E. Larson, and a follow-uD ald Rlngsdorf. Results of School Election— As results of the school election last week Monday directors are: No. 1, Bonno Schutjer; 2, John Koestler; 3 (no election, Henry Smith holds over); 4, Sumner Parsons; 5, Victor Applegate; 6, Roscoe Stewart; 7, Russell Shipler; 8, Mrs. Martin Becker. Martin Larsen. »,, .-„, Irish games were in charge of *'» A »»cw the Trnnkhllls— Viola Smith and Mrs. Martin Beck-i ,, arold Gr °ver shelled corn for er, and prizes were won by Mes-' M ' enn ,ett Trunkhill Thursday. The dames F. A. Ringsdorf, Clifford! lrunkn . 111lB> also John Trunkhlll Ringsdorf, Del Fitch, and Earl! we j e , ck last week wltn the flu, —-.^.. c . =, ^ U ,L. «n. mm «u-o. Shipler. Thirty women attended, £,, Mrs - J> T> He a«y. Burt, spent | Stott spent Wednesday at Vernon and a new member, Mrs. Earl Mil-j TnurBday afternoon with her fath- Petersen's, Bode. Ipr. \vn.« rpnpivprt ^° iMr-. onH \Ti>e M. E. Larson, and a follow-up home project lessor on sick-room diets was given by the hostess. ATery Fitch 21} Paiiy Mr. and Mrs. Del Fitch enter- other friends who was 21. Other Portland Mr. and Mrs. W;'ot Stott were last week Tuesday guests at Mr. and Boettcher's, Burt. ler, was received. A contest is planned to stimulate better attendance and answers at roll call. A miscellaneous shower was giv- U. It. Teams Entertained— Mrs. Ihno Gerdes treated the boys' and girls' basketball teams to a waffle supper Thursday night. She was assisted by Mrs. Al Wagner and Mrs. Frank Kouba Jr. Supt. Eldon Ravlin, Coach Paul Xedtwig, Dorothy Shannahon. Rosamond Eckstein, and Mrs. Dorothy Bender, teachers, were also guests. An evening of cards and various games was enjoyed. Surprise on Birthday— Wilbur Loebig had a birthday a week ago Sunday and a group" of relatives came in in the evening and surprised him. Present were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Loebig, Irene, Evrau-1 and Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig. and He received many Following a social Ruth Haverly. birthday gifts. „ evening of cards lunch was served. Wesley Team Bents Algona— The Wesley town basketball team defeated a K. C. team of Algona Friday night by a score of 2516. The game was played at St. Cecelia academy gym. The Wesley town team included Edw. Eisenbacher, Bud Nelson, Bernard Hauptman, Enar Franzen. Clinton McNelly, Larry Lang, Don Kraus and Clare McCall. Aid Circles Have Meetings _ Wednesday afternoon the various Methodist Aid Circles met at the following homes: the Good Will Circle at H. J. Braley's; the Willing Workers at W. "A. Fisher's, with Mrs. Paul Erdman as hostess- and the Stitch and Chat Circle at the home of Guy M. Butts, with Mrs. Haller as hostess. Lodge Entertained— The C. D. A. entertained about 40 members of the Algona lodge at their meeting Thursday night. A potluek lunch was served at 6:30, followed by a regular business meeting. A social evening of games was enjoyed by all. Weather Warm in Florida- Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester received a card from Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins, who are vacationing in Florida, stating they are enjoying fine weather there. The day they visited the Ben Felts at Rockledge the temperature was SO in the shade. Birthday is Observed- Billy Pat Studer celebrated his eighth birthday Friday by taking a treat of a sucker to each of his classmates. He is youngest son of en for Mrs Koestler, whose home & - - Skating Parties are Popular— Fifty young folks attended a skating party at Titonka last week was burned down a few months ago. A new house has been completed, and the Koestlers are settled in it. Assisting hostesses were Mes- - u —. Another was scheduled for this week Monday night. Home Project Lesson Given— The Four Corners social club Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer and is in the second grade at St. Joseph's. Other Wesley News. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. M. Olson was a guest. Mrs. Ralph Bauer won high score, and Mrs. George Aldrich low score. Mrs. Arlo Dawson will have the next party, which will be an April fool affair. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young entertained at three tables of 500 a week ago Sunday evening. : Wilbur Fisher won high score .„. mm*sTith a Low e 'va? r rece[ved W bv ' IaSt Week Tue " ada y Mrs/E. ^'Hutehinson^nTloMr. Barker ' s ' where Hutchinson. Mrs. John Anderson, of Fowler, Colo., who is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jule Kunz, spent several days last week visiting friends in Algona. Last week Tuesday she spent the day with Mrs. Elizabeth Matern. Mrs. Eldon Ravlin, Mrs. Tom McMahon, and Leona Seimer drove to Mason City Friday. Mrs. Jule Kunz, who had spent the past two weeks at the sanitarium at Milwaukee, returned home with them. Dinner guests at Ole K. Flora's a week ago Sunday were the Rev. Harvey Peterson, of Boone, who preached at the Congregational church that morning, and the Rev. Olaf Johnson, of Britt. Yen, Orrie, and Ivan Mullin, of Klemme, were dinner guests last week Tuesday at Vee Mullin's. In the afternoon Mr. Mullin accompanied them to Humboldt, where they visited a cousin. Lillian Johnson was elected captain of the girls' basketball team of the high school by her teammates last week. Bob Studer was elected captain of the boys' basketball team. Don Kraus came home from ing rib roast. In the afternoon Mrs. Metzen entertained the Frienily club, most of the members of yhich had come for the demonstration. elected officers: Schoby; vice, Mrs. The club president, Mrs.' Mamie Fitch; WOMEN OF F,B, AT IRVINGTON STUDY MENUS Irvington, Mar. 20—The --first meeting of a new Riverdale woman's Farm Bureau was held some, weeks ago at Mrs. Erma Schoby's ' sinc e early January, recently re- and a follow-up meeting was heldl turned to Staples, : " ~ ' 1 r\ c?t iin-u-it- r~P.i A «,3_.. —i •+ r IT nftPv "\f i* a CJ/iTi l/ili tl n and Mrs. Johi Trunkhill, of Portland, daughter Mrs. J. T. Henay, Burt, and Mary Tjaden attended a recent Eas ing at Algona. Lorena Carlson, school at Bancroft, <ipent last week Sunday with the Join Koestlers. The G. O. McFarlunds spent last week Sunday with tie parental W. F. McFarlands, Bancroft. secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Elizabeth Grill. Schichtls Itnck to Minnesota- Mrs. L. C. Schich 1 and her son . Gary, who had been the former's niothe Vern demonstration was given. The menu was toasted cheese sandwiches with bacon strips, cinnamon apples, buttered green beans, and lemon-sauce cake. Another meeting took place Thursday at Mrs. William Metz- eu's, Mrs. Schoby gave a demonstration on preparation of a stand- Ames Wednesday morning to spend a week's vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kraus Sr. -. --..- Shortly j after Mrs. Schichtl came to Algona entertained the neighborhood card club, 30 person* attending. Cards were played at six tables, and Mr*. Vern Barker won high for women, with Mrs. Raymond Metzen low, while Robert Schoby won high for men, with Eugene Casey, low. Keeps Honse in Jfcw Shuck— lure verses containing the charity. The topifc for *£------„ will be Japan and TJ>e Foreigner In America. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colwell returned last week Monday frpm he preceding Saturday «nd Suttday " and Mrs- B. 0. Davis at A wedding dance which companled _.. drove to Fort Dodge J CL11U •**M" —«w wHrMrTand"Mrs. B. 0. Davis .at Batavla. A wedd vem jtiMrR«i,«.nvi-1Mr. and Mrs. Davio •».»• by William Squires, | a t Llvermore was largely tens Honse in Jfcw Simcfc— Batavla. A wedding aan™ wu».« Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker, ».ae- Mr. and Mrs. Davis recently gave imtinniori hv wnHnni Sauires. I a t Llvermore was largely attention In spite of unfavorable weather. The Rev. Mr. English preached recently to The Rev. Mr. English t/.c..^..-- last week Sunday on Some of the Wonders of Heaven. There will be March 26, bring some of Mr. Squires furniture to his sister's. Mr. Squires Is now keeping house in his 10x12 wonGers 01 neiiven. i»iv*n- ""*,r c ~ shack just finished on the Barker !a communion service March 26, property. land the annual congregational ' meeting will be held Sunday, Other Irrlngton. April 2. The Missionary society will meet Mrs. Emma McConnell entertaln- Friday, March 31, with Mrs. Carl ed her card club Thursday evening Selp, and Mrs. H. T. Sabin will! at four tables, Mrs. Ornle Behrenfls have charge'of the lesson. Roll land William Boldridge winning call will be answered with scrip-j high. Our improved Trinity Mixture is the ideal supplement.. Minerals, vitamins, protein farther, costs less than.tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal Cc ALGONA, IOWA 7 p. m. dinner Mrs. Le Roy Mr. and Mrs. era Star meet- who attends it Algona with . Mrs. Cook,' ^^^^ ^^r^9V7TT7*fStnm^^k^ ^ TEETH will use a lubricant minute refining scientifically ™' Up ' and chemical impurities . ° Ves ' So this .lubricant is a 100"/ Ph-ii- Rich, tough-bodied, long- astil "'£ kind of protection against cosSJ " Remember, Phillips 66 Motor •putty, die highestgrade a ld among all the oils we refine. Try i Vnil Hraifi ' n«rl .»J211 , * er farm .home Staples was *.~. *.«. UA jiiwii*^ Atoc burned down, and practically nothing of value was sa\ed. Since then Mr. Schichtl and the eldest son Wayne had been living with Mrs. ' Nellie Andrews, but Mr. Schichtl has now rented aiuther farm, in the same neighborhood. i Sick— ' late confined Among the Irvington Among persons of to bed here by sickness are Mrs. sick v . h .°l Hattie Hudson, who] was seriously Charles ! sick with bronchitis Mrs. A. Mc- JLean, flu victim; Mi's. Naomi Lof- raus or. | JJBHII, nu viuum; mrs. r«aomi j_iOi- Supt. and Mrs. Eldon Ravlin and ing> who nad been v siting the Mc- daughters Ilene and Kathleen Leans and suffered |a severe case drove to Hampton a week ago Sun-! of tonsilitis; Mrs. Charles Egel, day to spend the day with his |flu and complications- nn<i Mr= T. fnlVo E. Colwell. whn is s HARMS OIL CO., Distributors, Algona. Klamp Super Service Ed Johnson's Service! folks. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan came home last week from a three months vacation trip to Texas and California. Doctor and Mrs. Shaffer, Klemme, were a week ago Saturday evening dinner guests at H. H. Raney's. The Tom Nelsons, Clear Lake, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson. The Joe Goetz family visited at the Sparks home at Swea City a week ago Sunday. . - ,., and Mrs. L. • E. Colwell, who is slowly recover-1 ing from sickness. Holds Annual Election— The Aid met Thui church, with Mrs. C hostess, Mrs. Mabel ing. The afternoon cially. Election of held, and all retirinf Mrs. A. McLean, viele; Mrs. K. P. Roney. secretary; M treasurer. Card Clnh Has Meeting— 'Mrs. William Me •sday at the . L. Miller as! Potter assist-' was spent so- ] officers was officers wore Frank Asa,' recently Y o H r finest ^ ; quality fabric ,|f suits . , slacks if,; Is . . . jackets... k'.' \, are carefully handled vtlien brought to us for dry clean- lug. We call and deliver. |!!!liliillllllll!l!!!!!lllllllllllll!H =i ._ »« | Vote Yes | Algona Air pc I Monday, March 27 ELK CLEANERS AND TAttOBS Fboae 330 M | 1. It will give improved mail and passenger service. | 2. It will make an important new industry for 1 gona. M M | 3. It will bring a large payroll into Algona. • | 4. It will increase employment. ™* ' I I 5. It will make Algona the Air Metropolis of Nortti- E ern Iowa. 1 J6. It Will Make Algona Grow 1 AIRPORT COMMITTEE OF C. of C iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiui^ Built for delivered at Flint, Mich. ^Subject to change without native. Transportation, • state and local taxes (if anv)i optional equipment and accessories—extra ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^^MHBHH|^^^^^^^^^^^Hs jj^^^H The model illustrated is the Bulck SPECIAL model 41 four- F IRST time we saw the blueprints for this Buick thirty- niner we knew we had something pretty special for folks who like action in their travels. It had eight eager cylinders in a mighty Dynaflash engine-and they could make a scared jack rabbit eat dust whenever the word was given! It had a ride we promptly dubbed "full float"-its stout coiled springs are now 15% softer in the rear, and hooked up, in front, with Knee- Action that banks curves for you. NO OTHER CAR IN THE V^ORID HAS ALL THIS! KATUHiS * DVNAFMSH VAIVE-IN-HEAD STRAIGHT- HGHT INGINi * iUICOIl TORQUE-FREE SPRINGING A GREATER VISIBILITY * HANDISHIFT TRANSMISSION * ROOMIER MNISTEEl iooY IY FISHER * TORQME-TUM DRIVE * TIPTOE HYPRAUUC HAKES * CROWN SPRING ClUTCH * "CATWAU-COOIING- * OPTKWAl REAR AXIE GEAR RATIOS * FUSH-WAY DIRECTION SIGNAL it SELF-tANKINO KNEE-ACTION FRONT SPRINGING Easy on the eye—easy to buy — on General Motors ttrnts I It had a view, a gorgeous view, from windows arid windshields as much as 412 square inches bigger-and it had style that has already altered the pattern on many another car- stylist's drawing board. So we looked it all over-and went a step further. We decided a car so plainly meant for action needed to have a price that would.** action tor it! Now it isn't easy to build such a traveler-rich in reliable Buick qual- »ty clear down to the metals it's made of — and still give it a price that rubs elbows with the sixes. But just look YOU GET A BUTER USED CAR FROM A ^ BUICK DfAllR around, match up the price tags, and you'll find that this great straight- eight lists for less than some cars with two fewer cylinders! It comes complete with equipment that's extra in many another instance -- yet the figures still read lower than on Buick of a year ago. . So when you see this Buick you not only see the car, but the one big value of the year, That's why we're anxious to have you try Buick-it's a car with a winning wsy about it, and a winning price tag in the bargain! VMW B. fc HEIMESWNGEK, Britt, Iowa

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