Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1939
Page 13
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KOSSUTH COUNTS AfrVAK( f»AOB5 FlVtt an Church at West Bend Annual Meet Thursday Night ' ---—-" --M-.r-r--,.-,- - -----. • - . . & ^^ J, OEDIMB B HISTERFOR OTHER YEAR Band, Apr 3"—The annual onal meet- evening o'clock dinner d the'buslnew "» g: IB. The , was Jerry year's SENEGA WOMEN STUDY BREAD-MAKING Boat Seneca, Apr. 3—".Of all the|Poppe, JobB a woman .can do there Is none Daum. which'so repays In satisfaction and as Intensively as baking bread." This was the theme of a lesson given at the last Farm Bureau Women's training school for Sen- L. A. Nitz, and •William, the dessert wan In keeping with the color flcheme. The hbnorees re* celyed many gifts. Mrs. Bar! Dean entertained last week Tuesday evening for her birthday. The time was Spent at BOO and Chlnke'f JChek* A ; card prize was awarded to iMr». Charles iQlaus, high, and Mrs, (Arthur Glaus was low. Other guests' were Mesdames Oliver Qtoeber, W. H. Holldorf, Art Mueller, G. B. Stevens, J. T. Watte, eca township at 'Mrs. Charles Volgt'a. Ten women watched Mrs. Hicks demonstrate the mixing and baking of bread and 11 kinds of rolls. Time was also spent at listening to numbers In the women's music memory contest, and plans the llnby Dies at, Two Months- Mr, and Mrs, Maurice Jensen have lost their 2-mos. old daughter Georgia Ann. She had the flu a few days and died last week Sunday. Two sisters survive, besides the parents. Funeral services were held last week Tuesday at the Presbyterian church, Armstrong, and burial was made in the Seneca Lutheran cemetery. s .were wa s reelected elder "" j.'TjA«'-,fl««irt- and' Mrs. was were discussed for Achievement ,„ . „ ,. . ._ ,. . day at Burt May 2. Five groups o£ u "'> "?' lr « /'""^J President— Seneca-Women will receive follow- ™e Helpful Thursday club met uiv lessons from this meeting. \\^. Mr *' c - ?• Dotson's last week music memory contest will be held' Thursday, Mrs. Pearl Burt asslst- at the Seneca school building Apr 14, ajl districts In Seneca taking part. Weinberger Funeral Thursday— ' "Jbhan Leonhard Weinberger (death and funeral reported In Rewrites) was born February 17, 1866, In Unterampfrach, MHtel- franken, Bavaria, Germany> In 1888 he emigrated to Ramsey township, this county, later moving to Lakota, then Germania. In 1893 he married Margareta Dee. At death he was past 73. Pallbearers at the Hertzke, L. Woodward, county federated woman's club chairman, gave a talk on the federation and the work It is doing. Girl for Adolph Andersons— Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Anderson who formerly lived here, are parents of a 9-lb. girl, born recently at an Esthervllle hospital. They already had two boys. .Mrs. Anderson ( was reported In serious condition last week. PARTIES FOR BIRTHDAYS OF 2 ATJ-EUTON Fenton, Apr. 3—Mrs. W. A. Laage entertained Wednesday in honor of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Marilyn Mae Welsbrod, whose birthdays iare March 29. At lunch a huge pink and white birthday cake decorated with candles and candies formed the centerpiece. Napkins, rabbltfi, place- cards, and nut cups were in keeping with Easter, and the table was .decorated in a pink and white color scheme. Individual' cup- cakes were decorated with Easter candies, and John Gramenz, John Beatrice Kramer., Kramer, ac "•", >...»• Davia Schutter, 888 aarlene Munson, plan, 14 .Noeding, assistant; mud and were halted two hours Clarke, Cradle Roll su- before they were pulled out. [Tom B. F. yand' 0 toTres!de during con- £.irn.r^' h " School Play Is Put Off— , The Soneca senior play, The funeral were Paul, Tamlng ot Tu£ fy, has been post Christ, E. Christ, A. P0 ned because some of the pupils in the cast are sick. New Boy for Jensens- Mr, and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen are parents of a eon, born March 17. They now have three sons and a Rodman Woman IH Dead— Quilting Parties are Given- Mrs. J. P. Newel entertained a 1 quilting Wednesday. Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Emma Ruske, iMrs John Newel, Mrs. V. J. Tatum, and Mrs. E. C. Welesbrod attended Mrs. George Bolte entertained; a an all-day quilting last,week Tiies day, and attending .were Mesdames Henry Berghoefer, Eiw. Mitchell iLoule Mueller, Henry Tleman, Per dlnand Mueller, John .Hoinan, Kate Hantelmari, Elsie Oreyer, and Raymond Gremmels. .suth Jng. hospital, Is rapidly recover- Mrs. George Jennings, of Algona, spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Jerald Godden. , Vernon Dotson, came Thursday from Mason City for a few days at the parental C. O. Dotson's. Sewing Club Has Meeting- Mrs. John Newel entertained her sewing club last week Tuesday, and attending were Mesdames R. 'N. Kyhl, J. G. Waterman, Frank McFall, Charles, Welsbrod, F. P. Newel, and .V. J. Tatum. Added supper iguests were the 'Rev. Mr. Waterman, Mr. McFal}, daughters Phyllis and : Janet,'Mr. Newel, and Mr. Tatum. t Mlttag Sister Dies at 86— The Fred Jentzes received a mes- isage Saturday -announcing the sud- •den death of Mrs. Gusta Laabs, 86, : Watertown, Wis. Funeral services '(were held Wednesday. She was a jsister of Ferdinand Mlttag, who died died recently, and she was the ast survivor of that family. two to Posture lesson- Mrs, Will Welsbrod, Fenton Forward 4-H leader, and Ruth Dreyer, •attended a 4-H posture training school at the Odd Fellows hall, at larlort, Wednesday. Ella Gardner, Washington, D. C. was in .charge, Mrs. Edith Barker, of the Ames extension department assisting. Girl for Fenton Conple— Mr. and- Mrs. Paul Volgt are parents of a daughters, born last week Sunday at an Algona hospital, the first child. 6thcr Fenton News. Mrs. Herman Weiss, son August and Mr. August Schuett, all o: Flnlayson, Minn., came last week Tuesday to visit at Mrs. Jake Hen gel's. Mrs. Mary Barbara Schuett who is at the Hengel home, i sick, and when she'is sufficiently improved she will be taken to Fin daysbn. 'Mrs. Weiss and Mr. Schuet •are her children. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mrs. Wil •fred Stoeber, and Mrs. Norman An Person, the latter of Swea City were guests last week Tuesday at ternoon of Mrs. Oliver Stoeber. Emil Bleckwenn had a tonsillec tomy last week Tuesday at Docto Mueller's hospital. ' The Jos. Currans, Ruthven, vis •ited recently at Henry Gill's. ity, has been visiting tlm. B. E. Sanders. Lorraine, daughter of Mr. and trs. William Greene, was sick with hlckenpox last week. An, arm of Little Merrill Steven, granddaughter ot .Mi\ and Mns. larvey Steven, was caught in a vringer last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Steven visited at Merrill's, ear Fenton, shortly after the acci- ent;- Mrs. Drusllla Noble' returned her aunt, Thursday from Woden, where BhO Visited her daughter, Mrs. 'Martite from 'the flu. Mrsi William Hartley will b hostess to the Aid this week Thurfl day. Mrs. Richard Garman, Algona* visited at her mother Mrs. Willlam Kirschbaum's last week Tuesday. OFFICE SUPPLIES, DATING stamps, hand punches, files. Everything you'need!—Ask Advance, "A ISO} I WAS AMAZED TO FIND HOW MUCH MORE SUDS THE HEW 1940 RINSO GIVES. THE NEW'SUDS BOOSTING' INGREDIENT THAT HAS BEEN ADDED CERTAINLY WORKS WONDERS" SEXTON Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum was taken by surprise when neighbors arrived last week Tuesday to help her celebrate her 78th birthday. -Each neighbor presented her with a handkerchief. 'Lunch was served. Constance Joy DeWllde, Mason says Christine Sanders famous home-making expert '•VJI7HEN I fust tried the New 1940 Rinso W I wu amazed to find out how much mote suds it gives even in hard water. The new 'suds-boosting' ingredient that's been added to Rinso works wonders! I show my audiences how the New Rinso soaks clothes a brilliant white without hard scrubbing or boiling; how it keeps washable colors blight and fresh, I tell them how thrifty it is to use the New 1940 Rinso's lively suds for all cleaning. Try it and see for yourself." ( ' ENDORSED BY LEADING HOME-MAKING LECTURERS to ballot fake"and*'Mr. 'Noeding,was '.WawV'^ar*.with one 1 [tii vacation. -Vj |j|j> ' .•'. '".• [ h er is Critically Sick- . . Watklns, second grade •her has been critically sick the flu since the first week [arch. She had a nervous kdown at her home at Gilmore [and has had to give up her L work here. Mrs. Glddings is itltuting till the school board jthe vacancy. ; "' ;: .„• Stuck on Highway— _ L Rev. and Mrs. Noeding, with Jerry Schutter was called Friday morning, and he daughter. brought the body of Mrs. Nels Lil-] <legard to his funeral home She died at her son William's of pneumonia. Mrs.,Tanx Sick With Flu— Mrs. Ross Vaux was critically sick last week with flu and complications. Other West Bend. •Henry Schmidt and her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Wilson, drove to.Hardy early last week to see a new daughter at Noah Anliker's. Mrs. Anliker and Mrs. Wilson are nieters. .•Mrs.. M. T. Munson, with her !'Maurice Smith Among Sick- Maurice, «on of Walter I.. Smith, was seriously sick last week with .pleural pneumonia. drove to Lone Rock! daughters- Charlene and Mrs. Rob- week Monday evening to hear Pert Day, we're business visitors at I A Capella choir from Dubuque Fort Dodge Friday. fersity Their daughter .Esther Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Maberry en. member. On the way home the tertained a few friends at bridge Idlngs got stuck in snow and, Friday evening. Other Seneca Uews. Mrs. Emma Anderson and Mrs Edw. Eisensmith, both of Dubuque were visitors last week at the parental Nels Wilberg's, Fenton, and with the Martin Wilbergs, Seneca The elder Mr. Wilberg recently .suffered a flu relapse. Mrs. Ole Johanneson and Mrs. John Cherland will entertain sthe Seneca Aid at the local church this week Thursday. Eva Kracht, who had been working at Fairmont, was spending a few days at the parental Gottlieb I^racht's last week. i Marjorie Simpson, who was re- I cently brought home from the Kos- ELECTRICITY i» the king of all servant*. In planning a new home be sure you have good wiring and plenty of outlet*. An all-electric home is a trouble-free home.. See Our Large Display of Fixtures .;. • . W • * <f . /. E. S. Lamps R'otect your eyes! Be mjre you genuine J, E. S, better sight We also c»rry a eoro- pf modern fixtures and . APPLIANCES FOR EVERY NEED Lighten household work by using reliable appli- ' ances, properly installed and having good light. Because kitchens are the "Workshops" of every home, be sure to include plenty of outlets, See Us For Westinghouse Refrigerators Hoover Vacuum Cleaners Westinghouse Appliances Easy Washers Westinghouse Roasters _, Telechron and G-E Clocks General Contracting We specialize in rewiring, repairing, and installing, Guaranteed work! Pr, Learn Modern Methods of ELECTRIC Christine Sanders QOKERY i •• at the Advance Free Cooking School .»_ -it-? . - - • • *' • -"' ••',' - ••-•'• ».. * • • ^ ^h^^^ Selected by Miss Christine Sanders . . . We are proud to announce that the New Electric Range from the City Hall has been selected as the official stove for the Advance's Cooking Sc'iool. Christine Sanders, the experienced demonstrator, has had much experience with stoves of all kinds, and she says that for genuine cooking pleasure, economy, and perform- nace, these ranges can't be beaten. Now the women of this community have an opportunity to see these fine ranges in operation. Your ELECTRIC RANGE is Your Kitchen's Heart .Women Enjoy ... •f Cooking on the New ELECTRIC RANGES i ^ • ' They are clean, fast, safe, dependable, and, most important of all., more economical .'. . And food tastes so much better.—A snap of the switch gives instant heat —clean ... as sunshine — safe . . . Ao flames or fumes — economical... No waste heat, you use just what you need. . AnEtECTRlC WATER HEATER is a necessity in the modern home, says Mrs. Sanders These modern conveniences furnish hot Water day and night when needed, and cost scr little to operate because the water i. heated during the dead of night, when a speaa! water heating rate applies. Algon U^pUonaUy fortunate in its mumcipallight plant becauseit furnishes electricity at such a* hoineinAlgoiwshouldb^without^ P™ er ers can be purchased with a low down payment and easy "monthly payments. Attend the Cooking School •** t * » ^^p^« at the High School Auditorium next Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday, April 4, 5 and 6 Stoves on Display at tlie City Hall, - !> „ V . A . . ,

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