Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1939
Page 12
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Kossuttt eowmr APVAKCB. AL&OKA. IOWA Jta^^^^^i ^_ . " ^» ' ^^^^ ' ^——^...- , .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^Hilllll^illiiililllllll^illiliiililiiill^illlllll^^^^^^^™ Three Are Ordained as Presbyterian Ministers JOINT SERVICE CONDUCTED AT LAKOTACHURCH Lakota, Apr. 3— Ordination services for Norman Prerking, Virgil B. Smith, and Wilbur Hassebrock were held at the Presbyterian church last week Wednesday. The Presbytery met at one p. m. for examination of candidates, and the wives of the church elders and trustees served supper in the dining room to out of town guests. At 7:30 p. m., the services began with the Rev. J. M. Doms, of Burt presiding. The program follows: Hymn, The Church's One Foundation; invocation, Mr. Doms; scripture; anthem by choir; prayer, the Rev. Mr, Needing, of West Bend; song by male quartette; ordination sermon, The Great Commission, by the Rev. 0. H. Frerking, Dubuque; ordination service, the Rev. R. J. Blue, Lake Park, moderator of the Fort Dodge Presbytery, presiding; presentation of candidates, the Rev. H. A. Sinning, Rolfe; constitutional questions, Mr Blue; prayer of ordination, Mr. Sinning; declaration of ordination, the moderator; right hand of fellowship, the Presbytery, 15 ministers assisting; charge to the min-' isters, the Rev. W. 0. Harless, D. D., Ames; hymn, A Charge to Keep The Rhoades Family g^^by.Squfcr ^^ ' •' " ^^^^^^Wr^fff 1 ^^ ^"^ " WLKAM/ ILC TAKE J ^-s V " YOUR. PAV THIS W*eK£/ C-^ >^ ^T^Jif J • ^.)>1|CASHIER| S t"^/ I UM^I^^^^J •; /I NEED ^HOES, PAPA/, rfc flH ^. ^%te Wl TWO WEEKS'WAGES GO FDR MbTOR TAXES More «h«n half of the motorist* earn lett thin 930 p«r w««k 1114" tw, who'!v.. kt . ^. yflee *.v r " Sirbrm^ym^!.?^*^^ / 'son Irving, two Shelgren sons, and two Luning daughters. Gerald Ukena to Jfew Post— The Rev. Gerald Ukena, Jesup, and his family came here last week for the ordination services. Norman Frerking is Mr. Ukena's brother-in-law. Gerald has accepted a call to the Presbyterian church at West Union and will take up work there in April. He is a son of Mrs. Ida Ukena here. followed by a short _ business session of the Presby- P M ™' ^ arleS1 Gutknecht, Emma tery, and the closing benediction ??*™ C *' an 5, G f" evl ^ Brewer was eivpn hv tho Ro,r WHK,,,. drove t° Clarion last week SLssetocV one'o? th^.nd7d!£ I ™» %d «* t0 , attent | a These three young men, all Lako- ™" v ° ™l n * po ! tur ° . ta boys, are finishing their theo- ^ chl j r ° 1 '" S S £« n ?' !t logical work at the University of *"*" ™ d . a Mtos Gartner, the Dubuque this^pring. | WashYngtonf S' C. J. II. IVnrburtoiis Give I'artv — ~ — tln» .•«. .pern game and =:L S , Samuel Warburton, Henry Patter- __ son, Harry Warburton, and Albert Case of Eyeritis Diagnosed— Koppen; also Mrs. P. L. Koppen, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Christ The Choice of Millions KG BAKING POWDER Double Tested — Double Action Manufactured by baking powder Specialists who make nothing but baking powder — under supervision of expert chemists. Some Price Today as 48 Tears Ago 25 ounces for 25« You can also buy _ _ 1 1 *O ounce can for SO0 UI1 Xf ounc* can for If* Highest Quality— Always Dependable MILLIONS OF POUNDS HAVE BEEN USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT ARE INVITED... TO OP COLOR • WHAT IT IS—Color Psycho-Analysis is a fascinating new science which tells you what colors suit your personality. ..what Avail colors setyou off to hest advantage...make you look your hest. HOW IT WOKKS-You've never teen anything like ill First, the Color Aualyet makes * Btudy of you . . . the color of your bair, your eyes, your skin . . . even the tone of your voice, your "tempo" —aod other personality factors. Then, you fit in a modernistic, etream-lined "Color Machine." In a flash, the colors suitable to your personality appearl DON'T MISS IT. Be sure to etop in at our store during the dates shown above. Bring your friends and make a "party" of ill WHICH TYPE ARE YOU? The new Science, Color Psycho- Analysis, is baaed on years of research on the relationship of color to personality. The Analyst who will be at our store to '-'color-analyze" you and your friends is one of a group of young women specially trained to select exactly the right background colors for each type of personality. Don't miss this event. It's fun... and exciting! Botsfood Lumber Co. Phon«2S6 — Jim Pool, Manucr ' ' , : ••' •. • • - • • ' • ... - ', • ; ; - 'T^J- / Y drove to Mankato last week Tuesday to consult an eye specialist about an infection Mrs. Christ Is having in one eye. The trouble was diagnosed as eyeritis. All Weinberger Sons Come— Leonard and Julius Weinberger, Seattle, .Wash., George, Liberty vllle,Jill., William; Cnarlea City and Fred/ Buffalo Center, .were here for the funeral of their father, Leonhard Weinberger. New Hoage OH Farm— A new cottage has been completed on the C. G. Frye farm northeast of town. Mrs. Frye's son, Robert Ogllvle, and his wife are occupying It. Gallstones Operation Success— Julius Strobel had an operation for gallstones at the Buffalo Center hospital a week ago Saturday and Is recovering. Other Lakote News. [The ReV. and' Mra. O. H, Frerking left'ior, hoine. In Dubuque early Thursday morning, after Mr. Frerking, fbrmer PresbyterWh pastor here, had taken part In the ordination services on the preceding day. The son Norman was one of the candidates. They reported Henrietta Kleist, former Lakotan, now of Dubuque, as only fairly well. Miss Klelst is past 80. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ogren drove to Mason City last week Wednesday to meet the train on which Mrs. R. L. Williams, Lakota, and her mother, Mrs. Albert Ogren, arrived from San Antonio, Tex. An ambulance took Mrs. Ogren and Mrs. Williams to the former's home at Algona. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clemans at their home at Ti ,tonka early .Thursday, the .first child, a grandson of Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Lakota. Mrs. Clemans, formerly Lorraine Smith, was a La- kotan. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, of Algona, came up to attend the ordination services last week Wednesday evening. Virgil Smith was their neighbor when he was a small Soy. The little grandson of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A,' Bargar has been seriously sick with flu at his home at Ledyard. Lawrence Wolcott, Mankato, and his son Clifford called on local friends last week Monday. . The Melvin Shelgrens spent last week Sunday and Monday at Rolfe with- relatives. SWEA-EAGLE A large number of people Interested in home beautlfication . attended, a : meeting, at the Swedish Lutheran League hall, Swea City, Thursday evening, March 23, when J. B. Wlngert, horticulture spec- cillst at Ames, gave a talk on perennials and other flowers. Slides were shown. The third Farm Bureau women's project lesson for Harrison and Swea, on feeding the eick, was given last Tuesday at Mrs. Arthur Anderson's. Mrs. Micks, county H. D. A., gave the lesson. A talk was charge and gave talks on posture way and in the home. Ten leaders attended. The Swea 441 club glrte met at the leader -Mrs, Emll Laraen's last week Tuesday evening, and Mrs. Hicks, county H. D. A., had charge adn gave talks on posture and home efficiency. Much time was given to HlelM had brought and records. ' . • Lucille,Hath, of the.flw««t ... club represented the club at 4 ills trict posture school conducted *" Ella Qardner at Clarion -Wedi day. , . Mrs. Andrew 'Befg entertained the Baptist Sunday school. teachers and officers last week Monday WILLIAMS OIL-6-MATIC OIL H$AT IRON FIREMAN STOKERS PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTING Tell You The New, Complete Stoker Units 6. F. TOWNE Phone 379 Algona, I a . THERE THE XTrt, L&neUlumat REFRIGERATOR To Home Makers the name Coolerator denotes Tastier Foods, Health Prot^c- tion, Economy, through Modern Air Conditioned Ice Refrigeration And look at all the extra advantages this big gives you ... air - conditioned Coolerator COOLERATOR The Coolerator shown here marks a new standard in home refrigeration. It signifies that this refrigerator conforms to all standards of construction and performance established by the National Association of Ice Industries—that it is a genuine air-conditioned ice refrigerator built for complete food protection and for a life-time of dependable, economical service that it is tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Institute. See the New COOLERATOR on the Stage—at our Booth at the Kossuth County Advance FREE COOKING SCHOOL PATENTED AIR CONDITIONING CHAMBER --One way circulation of washed, moist air. Keeps food fresh for a longer time. ICE CUBES IN 5 MINUTES - with patented Coolerator Cuber (slight extra cost). FREEDOM PROM COVERED DISHES — Balanced humidity prevents rapid drying out. LESS "MIXING" OF FLAVORS-Food odors are carried to water from melting ice where they may dissolve and be carried away where they can do no harm. SO MOVING PARTS OR MACHINERY cake of ice never gets out of order." BONDERIZED TO PREVENT RUST parts in Coolerator are specif llr finished™ 8 * Pr ° 0flnff process DULUX FINISH-The most durable tor finish known is baked on in ™^S^™* "" to * *«** W* makes Coolerator economical to own—one icing lasts ordinarily from 4 to { days! Pick the size Coolerator best suited to .-*. Then He. U ^^ what you ™ 8h , expect-^ten you can ,ave $100 o, more „ ..mply by choo.,» g ,hi. mo . t modera of al , refrigerator . •All metal . treated fore being refrlgera- l<hree coats. ICE CUBES IN FIVE MINUTES With the clever Coolerator ice-cuber (at slight additional cost), you can turn but plenty of ice 'cubes in only five minutes — you need never run out of ice cubes again when you need them most! What's more, they're better cubes — crystal-clear, taste-free and hard-frozen! KEEPS FOOD FRESH the- In Coolerator, air - conditioniig •washes and ** * LONGER v ••' • patented chamber circulates the air < onstant cold foocg why longer, why »»>gluig of drying ou t, why i bother with stay fresh V lew no rapid ou need iot comeT dkbe*. tlere odors, Algona Ice Cream & Phone ^^•^ ^? v ^B^F

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