Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 20
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-riA -ji /.r'./wA V , -,*:,}',!> u ., i -H-A • (fotttflfr ABVAKCtt/ ALQONA. IOWA Aged Wesleyarl is Hospitalized After a Blaze in Home JOHN WARD IS OVERCOME BY THICK SMOKE Wesley, Apr. 3—Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ward, daughter Dorothy, and son Chandler drove to Mason City Thursday to call on John Ward, Mercy hospital patient who was taken there Tuesday, suffering from pneumonia and the effects of having been overcome when he entered a smoke-filled room at his farmhome that morning. Awaking at 5 a. m., he smelled the smoke, and discovered firt in an upstairs bedroom. The blaze originated In a dresser drawer. Neighbors •were called and had the fire out before the Wesley firemen arrived. A hole was burned in the floor. Mr. Ward is 70. He was in an oxygen tent Thursday. DolllvcT to Give Address— • The high school commencement excercises will be held Thursday, May IS, and James I. Dolliver, of Fort Dodge, will give an addres_s. The senior class consists of 17: Lavon Gerdes, Ruth Mary Bauer, John Bottom, Charles Kraus, Lillian Johnson, Ralph Carlson, Jack Lickteig, Alvin Loebig, Victor Mullin, Pauline Moore, Imogene Neuroth, Bernice Stalzer, Rose Mary MYRTLE BARBER, WHITTEMORE, BRIDE OF WILLIAM MEYER JR. Whittemore, Apr. 3—ft'yrtle Barber was married to Wi er Jr. Friday by the Eev. "W. H. Dlscher, of St. Paul's church in a double-ring Miss Barber was attended by her sister, Margaret Barbev and Mr. Meyer was attended by his bother Ernest. The bride wore a f gown of white satin will: veil caught In a coronet c ed with pearls. She wore white Ham Mey- 'Lutheran ceremony. oor-length finger tip cop adorn- accessories, and her floWers were talisman roses and sweel bridesmaid . wore a f peas. The oor-length gown of peach satin, with matching accessories, and carried a bouquet of colored carnations. Following the' cerutnohy a wedding dinner was servisd at the home of the bridegroom s parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer. The bride is the eldtst daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elnjio Barber, Bode, and when here she attended Pertl attended a meeting at the Hanford Hotel for managers of Fullerton lumberyards. J. E. Walker, son liloyd, his wife, the little daughter Snarl Ann, and Mrs.,Harold Kuecker were visitors at Ralph Walker's and Arthur Hei- denwlth's Wednesday. Mrs, Lloyd Walker, Algona, and her daughter Shari Ann spent Friday and (Saturday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Material Bids for Road Repair Sought The state highway commission recently advertised for bids on 28 projects, and among them was ai call for "cover aggregate," 500 yards, for No. 60. This is the tar- surfaced road south from No. 18 her pat'enta lived ! east of Wesley, and the "cover ag- „..„ a ^ Whittemore highjf e « ate consists of tar and gravel school and was graduated in 1936.1 ™ r repairs on the road south to the Mr. Meyer, who attended the local i No> 10 P avil >S which rune east Lutheran ' parochial sc iool, has j from Humboldt. lived here all his life. Swnnson Made Wall Manager— At a meeting in the 'town hall Wedesday evening L. W. was elected manager of Seller, Ruth Mary Seefeld, Vivian ; t emovc ball team. Since and Bob Studer. Bridge Clubs Meets Thursday- Mrs. Arlo Dawson entertained her bridge club at an April Fool 'party Thursday, and Mrs. Leo Bleich Swanson the Whit- r. Swanson was a early player 1 ere, toe is expected to put a team i ito action that will compete on at east even] terms with any in the Kossuth league, of which Whittenlore will again be a member. Another meet' New Job for Wegman. Leo J. Wegman, who retired January 1. as state treasurer, is now president of the Citizens Savings bank at Anamosa. Prior to his service in the statehouse he was connected with banks near Carroll. ' "" • • TI* ec Vi 1 tr «,«->illLl UC «, iiiG»»»ud « -ci.iivf biici jjjv/^u won high, Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer being | jn wag helfl . Sunday at ' tne town . low. Mrs. Ralph Bauer will be hos-j han and men m attendal l ce signed tess Thursday, Apnl 13. Mrs. J. T.; f nlembershipE . Meurer was hostess to her bridge J_ club the same day, and Mrs. Will Eight Are Confirmed Sunday — Ward was a club guest. This year's confirmation class was confirmed on Palm Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran churdh by Rev. H. Discher, pastor. They are Former Wosleyan is Buried— ^The body of Mrs Elizabeth . ae ar Bruns, one-time Wesley resident, Delbert B algeman, 'Richard Bierwas buried in Evergreen cemetery. Ch , pg - Yvob Gun _ aS Ued der derson, Alice Heinrich, Lyle Schel- and'had for some years lived at. Maso City. Her husband was DUr ~'yaudt led in Evergreen. i ler, Norbert Tietz, and Colwin Nate Studer Homo Again— . Ben G. Studer and his daughter Zita drove to Dubuque a week ago Friday to bring home the former's father and .sister, Nato and Emma Studer, who had spent the \yinter there. Priest Helps Father Wagner— • Father Regun, Dos Moines, was assisting Father Al Wagener with 40-hour devotions which began last week at the Catholic church. Other TVeslov Nows. Mrs. Jack Keim, Chicago, and her "Walter Kelinfclin Pntlcnt-j- Mrs. Frank Burke a,nd Mrs. Frank Spilles were called to New Hampton last week Tuesday to see their brother, Walter Kellnfeta, who was seriously sick With pneumonia. Another Greincrt Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert are 'Parents of a daughter, born last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mb. Greinert now have three girls. ' Other Whittemore. The Albert Meyers and' Mr. and son Jackie, who were visiting the' Mrs - Herman Meyer got home former's mother, Mrs. Barbara' Wednesday from Excelsio Schrauth, spent Wednesday with Mo -. where they visited sister, Mrs. Mike M rs. Fred Behnke and M • Springs, Mr. and s. Albert \ Meyers' mother, 'Mrs. Albert Behn- Mr. and Mrs. L,. H. Pertl were Mrs. Keim's Goetz. Employes of the K. & H. oil company attended spring meeting r ... of the Sovereign Service orgcniza-: a t Mason 'City Friday, and Mr. tion at the Algona hotel V/ednes-, day evening. i Mrs. Edw. Miller and Mrs. John Haynes, Willwms, with a daughter of Mrs. Haynes, were Thursday af-, ternoon guests at Ed\v. Loebig's. j Kenneth Dwyer, I fumboldt, and • a son Tominie were week-end, guests at Jack Criuse's, near Britt. MRS, GEO, MILLER, KOSSUTH OLOTIMER, PASSES WEDNESDAY Mrs. George Miller, 66, of Plum Creek township, died Wednesday evening at the Kosauth hospital, following a Illness of tWo and one- half weeks. She had been at the hospital a week, and she had a major operation last week -Monday. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. last Saturday at the Me Cullough chapel, with the Rev. David R. Martin, pastor of the local Congregational church, In charge, and burial was made In Rlvervlew. Mrs. Miller was born December 26, 1872, at Algona. She was Kate T. Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, before marriage January 12, 1896, to George Miller, farmer near Algona.' Mrs. Miller lived all her life in Algona and Plum Creek township. Surviving are the husband, one daughter, Mrs. Jewell Larsen, Al- gOina, and one son Charles R., Al-j gona, also five grandchildren. For the last year Mrs. Miller had lived with the Larsens. —4 _ Ex-Algonian Heads the Corwith Board j Corwith, Apr. 3—The Corwith school board met last week Mon-j day evening ad reorganized. Dr. j Claude Stull, former Algona boy, son of the late Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Stull, was re-elected president, in which capacity he has served 15 years, and he was a member of the board for five years before that. C. B. Mayer is a new member, having replaced E. M. Prey. Contracts were submitted to Supt. J. M, Gehrt, superintendent, and all teachers of the present staff. Rail Break*, Train at Corwith Halted Corwlth, Apr. 3 — The branch train on the M. & St. L. known as •The Hook" which runs from Corwith to Clarion started its usual run out of Corwith Saturday morning, but had not yet left the main track in the freight yard when it was abruptly halted, the engine leaving the track because of a broken rail and almost upsetting. A high mound of earth was dug up by the "cow-catcher." Since this , was on the main track no trains could go through that day. A wrecker was to arrive towards evening to clear the track for the night passenger and mail trains. COPY SERVICE—USERS OF this classified section have access to special copy, prepared through careful study of each line. Ask about this service. It is provided at no extra cost to you.—Advance Pub. Co. 20tf DRINK a Bite ^ EAT ,1- at 1O*2» 4 • YOUR CAR is probably being slowed down by winter oil. Your Standard Oil Dealer will drain out that dragging oil, flush the crankcase and refill with fresh, sturdy Iso-Vis—Standard's premium quality motor oil. Iso-Vis is the leader of the Standard Oil line, by a strong margin. Moderately priced, it is an outstanding value. Give your engine the easy action and full protection of this long-lasting oil. ...AND GET THIS U ' _ SPRING CONDITIONING SERVICE Many Standard Oil Dealers ate equipped to check and thoroughly service your car at the ten important points indicated below, including: 1 Radiator 2 Spark Plugs 3 Crankcase 4 Transmission 5 Differential 6 Gasoline 7 Battery 8 Chassis Lubrication 9 Tires 10 Lights. When all of this is done you'll have a car that performs "like a million dollars" at very low cost. Stop in today. 4 FINE MOTOR OILS ISO-YB in cans 30c a qt.* QUAKER STATE .in cans 35c a qt. -in bulk 25c a qt.* STANOL1ND .. .'in bulk I V . q ,.« rOUMNEinbulkZOcaqt.* (Prevailin B dcalapru» i >.., u.« Corwith People in Tour in the South Corwith, Apr. 3—The P. E. Wai- leys and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Galloway have returned from a 3300- mile ten-day motor tour which took them through 1G states and as far south as Pensacoln, Fla. The party inspected the naval air base at Pensacola, spent two days of sightseeing at New Orleans, visited the $15,000,000 Hughey P. Long state capitol at Baton Rouge, marveled at Smoky Ridge mountain scenery, and saw a 73-passengor plane land, besides many other sights. They returned via Georgia, the Carolinas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and Chicago. j Tltonkluns "call on Sick. j Titonka, Apr. 3—Mrs. Amos Bon- 1 acker, son Beryl, and Misses Ladd, 1 Voight, Brooks, Petersen, and Jen- .sen, Titonka teachers spent a week ago Saturday at Mason City and called on Mrs. Clifford Krantz at .Mercty hospital. Mrs. Bonacker al-i so called on her uncle, Carl Han-' sen, Wesley,who is a patient in the .same hospital. Small Loans Up to $300 OH AUTOMOJIILKS LIVE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FUKNITimi;, FT. 'Prompt, courteous, oonfirlfntih service NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO )«N lldiiii't, ,,fft,.. BEST, New York Doctor Lowers HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE in 22 out of 26*cases A woll-knonrn. New York physician lowered WooU [jrutsuro in 22 out of 2B cases, and in most cases relieved tho accompanying symptoms of dizziness and headaches with ALL1MIN Essence of Garlic-Parsley Tablets used aceordinz to directions on the package. Thousands o? ' high Wood pressure sufferers tho country over report the sumo gratifying relief. If you don't ' know the cause of your high blood pressure. feu your doctor. -ALLIMIN must definitely nclp you or your money will bo refunded. JJirge bpij 60c Special economy size, jl.OO. REGULAR PRICE * w m m w w W puftcliaac llEW FAMILY SIZI ^ajzkaae, You'll wont to take advantage of thi» monty- soving food bargain now being offered by your grocec. Get your FREE package of fresh Gooch's Best Macaroni, Spaghetti or Egg Noodles with the purchase of the big 2 Ib. family size package, which is in itself a real bargain at 25$. Go to your grocer today for Gooch's Best Macaroni Products—made from IOOJ6 Amber Durum Semolina. Finest quality —amber in color—retain their shape after cooking. MACARONI PRODUCTS E. W, LUSBY Druggist ALGONA Sorensen Grocery — Brown's IJairy Store—Hood's j. G. A, —A, 9L Anderson Ice Cream Cottage—Don's Teeny Grocery Weeny WHITTEMOBE ClJff Loar Cask Store FENTOff A. H. Krause BUET McMuUen Gro. and Market LAKOTA Thaves Sisters Gro. SEXTON Herman Wise General Store' TITONKA CaUls Bros. Gro. and Market IU YEBNE looft Market BA PRY'S BEER IS '.!>.. 7 ' 'r-vf'ft- w*i ~* p &:..'. . .*~ .'^^..t-ijC'^uc/ £ \* I, .-',! ^ ll 'ft"--^ 5 l J,'', - -i Your DOCTOR A* He Remembered Y OI| , THE DOCTOR UNDERSTANDS perhatw, more than anyone else how difficult it Is to meet one's obligations. He must meet his, and , his obligations are heavy, if ytm owe your doctor money, won't you please see him right away. Your promptness will, be appreciated more than you realize. •: : '.• '- t Kossuth County Medical Society •- * .;. -' • '. •••; Hog Raiseri '• ' : > f i Our improved Trinity Mixture is the Ideal protl supplement. Minerals, vitamins, proteins, farther, costs less than tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal C< ALGONA, IOWA Oh! My Poor Oli 'Innards' b This—Or Will This Be YOUR Furnace Next Year! We've had a lot of experience in caring for furnaces and heating systems—and we can sympathize with furnaces^ and heating systems «hat need doctoring up. Now that spring is here, it's the wise thing to do to let us diagnose your heating troubles. Or, if you are building a new home, be sure to call us for estimates on modern heating equipment. BEMEMBER-you'U want care-free heat next winter. . ' Plumbing fi • f\\ i rn This Old] Leaky Pipe ^^ We Know How You Can Prevent Thii! It's no fun to have poor plumbing. Rusty water -or none at all-o r l eak y plumbing is a head-1 , ' For saf ety's sake be sure to see us be- tore you contract for your installations or repairs. We use only the best of pipes, faucets,, etc and install them expertly. You'll be amazed to see how reasonable our reliable wo* 1 costs-~and you'll be surprised, to see the new Plumbing fixtures we have o* display! _j?*" * ^ S 1 I Ft* - ^js . l r JST?t-'Y £ J. >

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