Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1939 · Page 4
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PAGfi *«OUR CERTIFIED SEED CORN Iowa Hybrid 931 FLAT KERNELS, 14.00 PER BU. ROUND KERNELS, $8,00 PER BU. This is the Iowa Hybrid recommended as best for the northern two tiers of counties in Iowa. This seed tested better than 98% germination at Ames and is guaranteed to be satisfactory. Can ship if necessary. Freight paid on orders of 2 bushels or more. Form 2 miles north, 3 miles east, and % mile north of Renwick. Oscar Engstrom BERWICK, IOWA PHONE 1F22 K08SUTH COUNTY AftVAMOl. ALQONA. IOWA EGGS Wanted You will like our graded egg price and prompt service—cash payment. We need more high quality eggs. Our Easter orders are coming in already and must be filled. We are already paying a premium for high quality. Order Your Swift's Baby Chicks Standard Bred—Blood Tested r SWTPT'S BABY CHICKS can make you money. Let us tell yon why. WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF Commercial Feeds Swift's Egg Mash Swift's Meat Scrap Oyster SheU Block Salt NOW Swift's Chick Mash Swift's Tankage Bone Meal Stock Salt Cash Paid For Your Poultry Don't keep your non-laving hens. Our trained Service Men will cull your flock for your FREE OF CHARGE. SWIFT&COMPANY Phone 264 MATT LAMUTH, Mgr. Algona, Iowa First Aid for POCKETBOQKS rr just , re . cei ^ ed mor e good used farma- chinery and trucks-and we're passing along some first class bargains. Replace your old or worn equipment in time for spring work! • TRUCKS 19 bo^° d01 ™c with Buick motor; platform 1934 Ford iy> -ton; ]on ff wheelbase. J- :> ; 2 £ ord iVs-ton; long wheelbase. 19oo Dodge li/o-toii; long- wheelbase. 193o International C-30 iy, ton long wheelbase; with grain box 1935 Dodge coupe. A clean car. • TRACTORS ™Tc Rubbcr in froat «teel in rear. FAMOUS BLUE RIBBON GTJAHAN- • EQUIPMENT Rock Island 10-foot horse disc with fore-carriage. John Deere 10-foot tractor disc MeConnick-Deering 14-foot wide type tractor disc. McCormick-Deering 15-foot wide type tractor disc. Fat-mall 2-row cultivator with rear attachment. McCormick-Deering 3-bottom 14-inch tractor plow. Letz No. 344 combination roughage mill. Herchel end gate seeder. McCormick-Deering No. 4 Cream Separator- new bowl. GUARANTEED! ' 50-foot 6-inch endless canvas belt. McCormick-Deering No. 2 manure spreader Litchfield Manure Spreader Me Cormick Deering Store Phone 52, Algona R. R. Hutzell, Mgr. Former Cresco Girl Wed in Minnesota 3IRVINGTON PEOPLE SEE THE CEREMONY Irvington, Mar. 27—'Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller and daughter Betty, Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, soft. Mrs. Elmer Potter, Algona, drove to Minnesota Wednesday to attend the wedding of CeUa Reed and Martin Waite.. ' The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Reed at 8 o'clock under a lighted arch decorated In blue and white and trimmed with pink rose buds. The Rev. G. H. Maggans, Excelsior, Minn., officiated at a single ring ceremony. The wedding march was played by the bride's mother. The bride, dressed in aqua blue silk lace and carrying an arm bouquet of pink rosebuds, was attended by Lillie Walte, sister of the bridegroom. She wore copen blue and carried pink tipped carnations. Mr. Waite was attended by James Reed Jr., brother of the bride. After the ceremony about 75 guests were served refreshments by a number of girl friends of the bride. The couple will live at Polo, 111., where Mr. Waite is employed by the state. The bride was born on a farm in Cresco township and is well known to many here. A few other guests who attended the wedding, all of whom are well known in and around Algona were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Powell and daughter Lillian, of Postville; the Louis Powells, Waukon; and Mrs. Ella Potter, Sioux City. Also attending from away were Mr. and Mrs. A. j. Waite, Polo, 111., parents of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. John Reid, Polo, 111.; Mrs. Kate Gillie, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Waite, and Mrs. Kathryn Schich, all of Dixon, 111. Ex-Irvingtonians Have Blizzard- Mrs. Nellie Andrews, of Staples, Minn* former Irvingtonian, writes that the worst blizzard in years visited that part of Minnesota about two weeks ago. The blizzard continued with unabated force for three days and- two nights, accompanied by a severe cold wave. Roads were in such a condition that neither cars nor horses could get through. Sybil, Lucile, and Faith Andrews, all of whom attend the Staples high school, and have SENECA SENIORS WILL PRESENT CLASS PLAY ON APRILS AND 6 East Seneca, Mar. 27^Seneca'6j senior class play will be held at Seneca Thursday and Friday, April 5 and 6. The play is "The Taming of Tuffy." The characters are: Gwendolyn, Tuffy, Loretta Crowley; Mr. Sanders, her uncle, Maurice Smith; Mrs. Sanders, Helen Burt; Megan, girl friend, Harriet Olsen; Bill, in love with Tuffy, Virgil Wolf; Emalene, maid, Betty Kennedy; Henderson, chief of the kidn'aping gang, (Merlin Dotson; henchmen — Pete, Roy Holman; Louie, Keith McKean; Dug, Robert Lynch. Other Seneca News. Mrs. Eula Williamson and sons were a week ago Sunday visitors at Arthur •WHliamsen's, Esther- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody called that night at Olaf Of te- dahl's. The J. 0. Petersons were at R'lngsted at Harry Nelson's, and the Olaf Oftedahls were at the Howard Richard home. Mrs. P. E. Slagle and son Charles spent a week ago Tuesday •with Mrs. A. T. Conley and son, Armstrong. Marjorie, small daughter of Mildred Simpson, had an operation for appendicitis Thursday at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Smith were a week ago Sunday dinner guests at Ornle Behrend's, Lone Rock. Lavonne Madden, Miss Ellerbrock, Miss Clarke, and Mrs. Prances Slagle were a week ago Monday evening callers at 0. R. Patterson's. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Smith drove to Mason City 'Wednesday and from there went to Waterloo Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Smith's aunt, a Mrs. Kolt. Seneca's woman's home project training school was held at C. C. Voight's, Fenton, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Godden were a week ag'o Sunday evening guests at Barl Armstrong's, Llvermore. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew -Thomson and children, Lone Rock, Joe. Mokry, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zwelfel, Lotts Creek; were a week ago Sunday guests at Jay Godden's. The Gus Hansen family, Ringsted, were a week ago Sunday callers at O. R. Patterson's. Wesley Patterson, student at Ce- 'dar Falls, spend a recent week-end I with his parents, the 0. R. Patter! sons. Tex., Where tWy fMfttf ttwlr toil Donald. •> . ... . Mrg. Lillian Bh«ldon ind Mr*. Paul MacaUley, *Ueld*d ft H«fc«k*h meeting at Wesley;, Thursday after- the storm was over the .girls walked the five miles into Staples, taking their clothing and provisions on a small sled. SERVICES FOR AGED WOMAN HELD AT BURT Burt, Alar. 27—Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Kuchenreuther, who died early Wednesday morning following a heart attack at the Marvin hotel where she had been cared for since last fall, were held Friday afternoon at the Methodist church, the Rev. Thoburn Speicher conducting the service. The Rev. Arthur Bottom, Wesley, gave the sermon. Burial was in the Burt cemetery. Mrs. Kuchenreuther, who celebrated her 81st birthday a week ago Sunday, had been feeling fairly well of late, although she had suffered witfh heart trouble for several years. < Ida Linder was born in Tama county March 20, 1858. In 1881 and the following year they moved to near Burt, and she has lived in Elmer Hnynes Coining Home- Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Hayne, west of Algona, are expecte'd home around the first of April from Peoria. 111., where they have been at their son Carl's since before! Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Hayne 1 had planned to return home a lit- jtle sooner, but were delayed by a trip which Carl and his wife re-! cently took to New York City. Carl, ! who has had the jewelry department at Clark & Co., in Peoria for some time, recently bought out .the silver department. Elmer Hayne 1 is recovering from a serious attack i of pneumonia. Tony Sorensen to Hospital- Tony Sorensen, west of Algona farmer, will leave this week Wednesday for the veteran's hos-1 Pital at Des Moines, where he hopes to get some relief from arth- ' ritis. from which he has suffered I for many years. Mr. Sorensen sent his application to the hospital in January. He will remain just as long as he can be benefitted. The Sorensens formerly lived in Irv- iiiKton. I'nnils Attend Funeral— Teachers Jordan and Walch dis- ! missed school Wednesday afternoon and the entire group attend- nd the funeral services of Louie * "^"VJVJil.HclLCO Ol i Louie were also in attendance. 1 lallbearers were four cousins of I the youth. Mrs. Casey Loss sang two solos. for Flint, Mich.— Kenneth Roney and Paul Hudson were business visitors in Mason City Friday. They were accompanied by Ira Hudson and Allan Van Steinberg, who were beginning a hitch hike to Flint. Midi Arlan lives in Flint, but has been visiting here a few weeks. Hnrnld Siil.in on Diet— Harold Sabin is suffering from ulcers, and has been put on a diet of cream and milk. His physician has ordered him not to work for a month. Other Irvington. The Missionary society will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs Carl Seip. Topics are Japan and The Foreigner in America. Mrs. Arthur Spear and children, *airmont, Minn., recently spent a few days with Mrs. Elmer Potter and Mrs. Scott Moore. Donald Ramus, who has been seriously sick with pneumonia, is improving. He is at his sister, Mrs. Edw. Moore's. Mrs. Ray Watson and son Paul snent a week ago Sunday in Des Moines with Mrs. Freda Christiansen. Mrs. Edna Harr and family, accompanied by Mrs. L. E. Colwell spent Friday in Fort Dodge. Mrs. George Schumacher is spending two weeks with her parents near Woden. .n 1923. In 1935 she married John Kuchenreu- ther, who died in 1937. She was a charter member of the Methodist church and was the last of the 18 people who organized the church. Mrs. Kuchenreuther is survived by four children: Frank, Brooten, Minn.; Charles, Litdhfield, Minn.; Mrs. Ross Weaver, Delphi, Ind.; and Nathan, also of Minnesota; two sisters—Mrs. Kate Albright, of Hartley; Mrs. Sadie Hecht, Dysart; and seventeen grand-children. Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral included her daughter; a step-son, John Anderson, Wells, Minn.; and Mrs. Martin Albright, Mrs. Lidda Linder, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Linder, Mrs. Bertha Putman, Mrs. Warren Houston, Arthur Linder, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Linder, and Mrs. Mary Huffman, ~ all of Hartley. Music Groups in Concert— The Burt music groups gave a concert at the high school auditorium Friday evening, consisting of the numbers to be given at the music contest next week. Included were the band, .mixed quartet, girls' glee club, boys' quartet, brass sextette, and mixed chorus, various solo numbers by Mary Jean Rachut, Virl June Higglns, Luella Weiske, Wallace Hawcott, Lawrence Chipman, Margaret Richmann, Gordon Giddings, and Robert Thaves. Shower Honors Jfew Bride— About 40 women attended a postnuptial sho\yer Thursday afternoon at the Lutheran church basement honoring Mrs. Leonard Warner, who was formerly Evelyn Bierstedt. The afternoon was spent in various guessing games, and refreshments were served by the committee. Before her marriage Mrs. Warner clerked in the Smith Bros, store for more than two years. Woman's Club Has Election— _At the meeting of the Burt Woman's club at Mrs. P. F. Kriethe's the following officers for the coming year were elected: Lulu Haw- colt, prudent! Mrs. B. W. Brooke, vice; Mrs. P. F. Kriethe, secretary; and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, treasurer. The following program committee was appointed: Mrs. C. W. Patterson, Mrs. H. E. Rachut, and Mrs. F. L. Ryereon. Trenching Mission Planned— Plans are being completed to hold a preaching mission at t»e Methodist church during Holy Week. The Rev. Buthman, district superintendent, will preach at Wie week-night services. The final service will be held Easter night, when an Easter play, "The Half of His Goods," will be given. Mrs. Hanna Named President- Mrs. Maude Hanna and Luella Schenck attended a county postmasters' meeting at Lu Verne last Wednesday evening. Officers were elected and Mrs. Hanna was elected president, Walter Leslie, Lakota, vice • president, and Mrfl. Newville, Titonka, secretary and treasurer. To Scrre Mnslc Visitors— ' The Metftiodist Aid will serve a 20-cent plate luncheon Friday, both at noon and the supper hour, for the convenience of those attending the music contest and any others wishing to attend. Other Bnrt News. Mrs. Carl Reynolds entertained the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. Thursday afternoon Mrs. J. 0. Isenberger entertained the Birthday circle. Mrs. Will Hathaway, of Eagle Grove, visited from, last week! Tuesday to Thursday with her aunt, Mrs. J. N. Holding. ', Mrs. A. H. Meinzer has been ill, i in bed the past week with flu and complications. Helen iSchwietert has been caring for her. . Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson attended an osteopathic clinic group meeting at Lu Verne a week ago Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Patterson re- turen Thursday from Bay Town, Mr. arid Mr«. Prank Koohler, of Tampa, Fla., visited ttom thilfaday to Friday at Dr. J. G. Clapiaddle's. Mrs. Will Larsen, Britt, attended the funeral of t, "mther P^MjJ/j and the You can get AN S to many QUESTUJ in Three Minutes! On a long distance telephone call v call for one particular thing but , you will have tmle within three ask other question*. from ALGONA 'TO Mason City, Iowa _ _ Minneapolis, Minn. Fort. Dodge, Iowa •_ Chicago, 111. Des Moines, Iowa _Kansas City, Mo. __ Rochester, Minn. _. Sioux City, Iowa __ (Rates shown do not include tax) * These are the lowest rates for three-mi j ute calls when you ask to talk with anyn available at the telephone called They, ply every night after 7 and all day on' days. Rates for calls to a specified pe are a little higher but surprisingly low Look in the telephone directory or "Long Distance" for rates to other Northwestern Bell Telephone Coinpany'H 1 SMART MONE KNOWS WHERE TO ,, GO AFTER ( READING THE APS /W THIS NEWSPAPER, A Treat. It's a treat to get better quality material and a guaranteed fit at such an economical price. CLOPTON the TAILOR Phone 38 Now is the time to Get Ready for SPRING! Roof leak? Stairs' creak? Plaster peeling? Get ready for SPRING and fix up your home or farm buildings thriftily ! ! You can depend on us for your Fix-Up I. or Paint-Up needs, large or small. F. S. NORTON & SON 88**^ COAL a LUMBER ALGOXA, IOWA PAINT PHONE 229 Style Leadershi ersmp.... AND A V-8 THAN 5 MILLION T HE quality engine in the Ford quality cars now has more than 5 million Ford V-8 owners to attest its economy, dependability and fine performance. Again for 1939, experience in building well has taught new ways to build still better and the present engine is both smoother and quieter-running than ever. Throughout the car is other new evi dence of extra built-in value. Bodies are impressively quiet and .extremely comfortable. Hydraulic brakes, rigidly held to Ford standards of precision and safety now add to Ford handling ease ' Headmg the line in style and extra luxury >8 the De Luxe Ford car. Its des lgn ,s new, distinctive, and /unc ho« a /mongm. It is as outstanding n looks as it is in per/or^ce teno fittings carry to the Like Ford cars before it, this e is built to ^respect-andto It reaffirms the Ford belief tha is the be st "Ford-built" means! STYLE LEADEBSHIP-Th of the low-price field. V.TYPE 8-CYLINDER ENGINE- cylinders "give wnopthness. Small PVe economy. 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