Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1939 · Page 2
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PAfJfi TWO KoSStJTtt CQtftflPt ADVANCE ALQOKA. 1QWA Wesley Post to Select Boy for Boys' State Gamp REGISTRATION OF ELIGIBLE BOYS SOUGHT ANNOUNCEMENT TELLS WEDDING OF JENNIE MAE SLOAN, WEST BEND West Bend, Apr. 10—Jennie Mae Sloan aad Robert W. Dauben'diek have announced their marriage, which took place at 9:30 lost Christmas morning at the Predby- , Wesley, Apr 10-A smoker was ^ten manle It Blue .given for local business and pro- ceremony ^ing performed by the feBsiona men by Andrews pas t of , Rey Hust(jd Cnarlen€ Mun . was attendant. The party returned to West Bend for Christ- j cation. , Alvin Sampson went for ~ Des i Moines Wednesday on a business the .brides sister,| Mrs. Charles Butcher. The bride • -«- d-r-f H» .week Tuesday night, and 35 men attended. | ma dinnel . wlth the f am ii y i ea v-1 . The main purpose was to decide : ,, ^ ,* ^. | .on a boy from Wesley to be sent M V to a Boys' State camp at Fort' ™. ome l lo Dodge in June. , , g the yoy^e^ daughter of Mrs. H. with the flu This camp is sponsored by the, g] d graduate ' of the state Legion and each post has a, d htehsschool . she j^s "" Ota ', T,? 6 ~7 S T mU f be ^fv : been an operator at the local tlle- and 20. The Legion pays ex-. hone exchange three years The . j bridegroom Is the second' son of ... _, _ . _„_ • Mr. and Mrs. Carl Daubendiek, of year in Iowa. The camp is run, M and he graduated .like a state and teaches the boys f h ^, w h B ,how to become the f,t leaders of to-,, head(yf n , clasa f M er which he .morrow. Iowa s quota this year is. f! n i a >, Q ,i .600. : tlnlsllea pupils rated superior In a recent sub-district music contest. Margaret Nessen returned to Des Moines Saturday, after two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mayme Nessen. She attends the Thompson beauty school. •Mr. and Mm. J. Jaeger brought their daughter Betty home from Carroll Friday for the Easter va- to Des •Elmer Larsen wa's el'ck last week Andrews post is anxious to have j in the Mankato j business college last month. He Is | now employed by an electrical! every eligible boy in both town and com p any surrounding country register. Se-i lection will be made later. Regis- 1 Surprise for Mrs. Boos— GEO, P, GEIBEL, 86, EX-GORWITH FARMERSSES .tration may be made with J. P. Studer, post commander, anytime before May 1. , Charles Easier, new editor of the .News-World was introduced at this .meeting. It was voted that the .business and professional men en- ,tertain post memlbers at a later smoker. Lunch was served. ^Legion "Anx" Meeting Held— The local Legion Auxiliary met last week Monday night, Mrs. Jos. Meurer, hostess. Mrs. H. H. Flom Jr., unit president, announced a county Auxiliary meeting at La- •kota this week- Tuesday. A carpet ,rag-radio party will be held at Mrs. Robert Welter's this week Wednesday, Mrs. George Vitzthum assisting. Plans for a fifth annual amateur program this week Friday night were discussed, and Mrs. Flom reported entries. Mrs. L. L. Lease, poppy chairman, has received 350 poppies to be sold here on the Saturday before Memorial day. A poppy poster contest will be conducted for 7th and Sth grade public and parochial school children, first -prize to 'be a dollar, second, 75c. Dinner Celebrates Birthday— . Mrs. R. J. Fox entertained Mr. and Mrs. De Loss Fox, Mason City, ,and Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Johnson, .and Milton Fox, Algona, in honor .of K. J.'s birthday last week Sunday. Mrs. Eldon Ravlin will enter- The Presbyterian Aid and some of the neighbors took Mrs. Myron Boos by surprise by calling on her Thursday in honor of, her birth- i Corwith, Apr. .10 — Funeral services for George Peter Gelbel were Mid last week Sunday at the United Brethren church at Stilson, the ' Rcv - Mr - Miller, of Stilson, in ,tain her bridge Thursday. club this week Hostesses at Bridge Parties— Mrs. AH Studer entertained her bridge club Thursday, and Mrs. .Edw. Hildman. was high; Mrs. Edw. Ix>ebig, travel. Mrs. J. L,. Studer .will entertain next week Thursday. Airs. Ralph Bauer will entertain ,her club Thursday, April 13. Grandson for >Veslcyans— A son was born, to Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Froelich, Seattle, Wash., March 23. The boy, a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froelich .here, has been named Edward Wil- Jiam. Seniors Approaching Graduation— . The annual junior-senior banquet will be held at the Algona hotel May 4, and the senior play will be given May 11-12. One-act •plays will be given April 21. Mrs. Zerbe Still Here— , Mrs. D. J. Zerbe remains here and with her Algona parents during a few weeks while Mr. Zeribe gets settled at Beacon, where he now publishes the Beacon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Lickteig, Wesley, and Ambrose Lickteig, of .Sexton, were recently at West- JJhalia to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ray Lickteig. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Wilbur Loebig, with two children, spent last week with her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mc- day. She had been invited out for „,.„,.,,„ „„ f *„,, u »i, -o ™ A the afternoon, and the guests were T g ' asslsted by the Rev - B - A there when she got home. Mrs. B. ' Ru st, Corwith. Pallbearers were F. McFarland read a poem of her .Shotwell Higdon, Walter C. Fox, own composition; Vivian Watnem /A.. H. Arnett, Jacob Sweers, Ren sang two solos, accompanying .Her- ((Smith, and Swen Nelson, self at the piano; and Mrs. William , Mr. Geibel, father of Jos. Geibel Johnson presented a gift in appre- (here, died at his home at Britt at ciation of three years by Mrs. Boos -86. He had been in declining as Aid president. A memory book j health for some time, was passed around, and each guest h Mr. Geibel was born in Germany wrote something in it. Refresh-!July 23, 1852, and came to the ments were served by a commit- .United States in his early rlife, settee—Mrs. Jerry Schufcter, Mrs. '|ling at Baltimore. A year later he Sloan, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Mc-lpanie to Washburn, 111., and there "--'—-' jjwas married to Elizabeth Marchal -November.9, 1881. A great part of ijheir life was spent on a farm at .Stilson, but in 1921 they moved to (Britt, where they built the home .now owned by the Dean Carsons. ,They later purchased a smaller ,'iouse. , Besides his aged wife, Mr. GeiJbel 'is survived by a daughter, Mrs. •Wilbur Stevenson, Stilson, and two .other sons: George, Stilson, and John, Iowa City. There are five one living half-brother Farland. Guests at Williams Home- Stephen B. Williams arrived last Wednesday from Canton, Mo., for an Easter vacation with his mother, Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Grace Crisman, daughter Mary Jane, and Eulah Sloan, of Cedar Falls, arrived Saturday for Easter at home. Mrs. Crisman and her daughter visited the former's mother, Mrs. Williams, and Eulah was at her grandmother Mrs. Sloan's. Other West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mikes, Mrs. Adolph Mikes, and Mrs. Frank Mikes drove to Des Moines Thursday on a business mission, and Charles Foley, Des Moines, who had visited local friends since the preceding Sunday, went home with them. Quentin Kongsbach returned Friday to West Branch, where he teaches school music. Some of his Murray, near Algona, and during .her absence Mr. Loebig was with .his parents, Mr. an'd Mrs. Edw. Loebig. Carl Hansen recently returned from Clear Lake, where he visited at his son Howard's while con- •valescin-g from an operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor visited Wesleyans a few days last week. Mr. Taylor has a business in prospect at Angola, Ind. Hhe formerly had a pool hall here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Diekmann were at Renwick last week Sunday, guests of Mrs. Donald Lambie, the former Candace Packard, once a teacher here. The interior of the Ben ton cafe has (been redecorated, and the booth tables have new tops. Paul Erdman did the work. Margaret Flom came Wednesday from Exira, where she teaches, and goes back this week Monday. The Study club had a theater .party at Algona this week Monday. I PANCAKE \ FLOUR ^ — n*,.,mt A RE you proud of the pancakes and waffles you serve? You will be if you'll order a package of the new GOOCH'S BEST Whole-Wheat Pancake Flour. You can serve them at any meal. GOOCH'S BEST is self- rising, ready-mixed. Your first cost is your last. Try a package today! Order from your grocer! EVERY DAY IS GOOCH DAY MACARONI PRODUCTS are made from 100% Amber Durum Semolina. They are amber in color and retain their shape after cooking. These two features are found only in high quality macaroni. Always ask your grocer for GOOCH'S BEST and be sure to have the finest. You'll enjoy serving Gooch's Best Macaroni or Spaghetti once a week. if Valuable Premium Coupons IN EVERY PACKAGE WHVS8AND SAYS MERE ..grandchiiaren and igreat-grantlchild. A of Mr. Greibel, John Pan-in, lives at Henry, 111. ,R. E. A. Demonstration Given— Thirty-seven attended a dinner at Albert Johnson's home last week Monday evening sponsored by the R. E. A. Dinner cooked and served by a Mrs. Magmer, of-.Des Moines, was served, and Helen •Erickson, Lincoln, Neb., assisted. The purpose of such dinners, served in many communities, is to acquaint R. E. A. patrons with electricity for cooking. The menu was ibaked ham and sweet potatoes, spring salad, lemon carrots, .buttered beets, buttered .spinach, •toasted rolls, cherry cobbler, and coffee. A one-dish of meat course •and apricot dumplings cooked in the well of an. electric stove were prepared. Two to Bnrt Luncheon— i Mrs. Robert Masterson, accompanied by Mrs. Bert Sanders, Sex- .ton, attended a luncheon at the ,high school touilding at Hurt laot iweek Tuesday given toy the Farm Bureau for township chairmen, and township publicity chairmen in the (Woman's home project work. Following noon luncheon, a program 1 iwas held and the women were told .how to prepare booths and 1 pub- •Hcity books for the annual (Achievement day at Burt May 12. . The D. Y. T. club met at the ,Legion hall Thursday, Mrs. Lee rWilliama and Mrs. Philip Putter ihostesses 1 . Woman's Club "Tours" Turkey— Mrs. R. E. Turgeson was hostess Jast week Tuesday to ithe Woman's .club, and Mrs. J. Worth Miller iook the members on an Imaginary itrip through Turkey. Mrs. J. M. flehrl described the life of Turkish (Women, and Mrs. J. Fran'cis .Kee «nd Mrs. William Wood played a (Piano, duet, Turkish Patrol. Of- ifice'rs were : 'elected: president, •Mrs. Fred Bush; vice, Elva Stam- .baugh; secretary, Mrs. Kee; treasurer, Mrs. Wood; county chairman, •Mrs. P. E. Walley. Mrs. C. C. Johnson is retiring president. Jlread'MBklng Demonstrated— . The "Jolly Neighbors" met Friday at the Mrs. James Adams home, and Mrs. Albert Johnson led a lesson on modern trends in •bread-making. A loaf of whole wheat bread and various types of •rolls were baked, and a planned •luncheon was served at noon. Officers, were elected: president, Mrs. Bernard Devine; vice, Mrs. Arthur Livingston; secretary - treasurer, •Mrs. Ernest Punke. Ex-ConvJth Girl Mother— • Mr. and Mrs. Verle Scribner, Lu iVerne, are parents' of a son, born Jast week Monday. The baby .weighed six pounds, and this is the second child. The other child, a daughter, Verlene, is now two years old. Mrs. Scribner was formerly Dorothy Hartwig, Corwith, and she and her husband formerly lived here. Club Talks Plant Pests— The K. Y. N. club met Thursday ,with Mrs. John Mullins, and roll call was answered with poems. A business meeting was in charge of rs. Gladys Studer, and a lesson pn gardening was led by Mrs. Lee ,Cole. This was followed by a dis- icussion of plamVpest extermination. Honse to Be Remodeled— John Pfeffer has purchased the Peter Hatterscheid estate property, a house and three acres. The house is to be remodeled. Max Hat- , •terscheid, who has been living! •there, will move to a house near j the Page home. | Perkins, Bloomlneton, 111., arrived a few days ago. .Missionary Is Speaker Here— ; Doctor Moody, missionary recently returned from Africa, spoke before a large congregation at the •Baptist church Thursday evening. Other Corwith News, W. E. Purrer attended a meeting at an Ames north Iowa experi- metal station at Kana'wha one day last week, and was elected director. How to adjust the plates for planting flat and round corn, also the treating and cleaning of seeds, was demonstrated. Mrs. Charles Erickson, who had been at the Mason City Mercy hospital, after two major operations, was ibrought home Wednesday. Her mother, Mrs. Christine Burling, of iDunlap, who had been with the o-est of the Erickson family, has gone home. • Mrs. W. H. Merriam and her brother, Harvey Steven, Sexton, .tended the funeral of a cousin at Wheaton, 111., one day last week. ,1 Mrs. Charles •. Sorenson had an (appendicitis operation at the Kos- euth hospital last week Sunday. « iWesley Main Street , to Get New Building •Wesley, Apr. 11—Excavation has •begun on a basement for a new .building on the lot between the Lease hardware and the Koutoa ,meat market. (Mr. an'd Mrs. Samuel Alne bought the lot last year The building will be 22 by 53 and will be built of brick and blocks ,Mrs. Alne will operate her beauty chop in front rooms, and there will be living quarters in the rear and upstairs. Mrs. Alne has operated at her home four years. » Burt Farmers Sign Up for Electricity iBurt, Apr. 10—Farmers on the paving between Burt and the corner two miles north of town have signed up with the Central States Electric Co. for electric service Erection of a high line to serve farms is to be started at once. •Stroke Patient Is ImproTcd— Nick Kelch, who has been seriously sick since .he suffered- a etroke one day last week, is some- j .what improved: His daughter and •her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin RECORD BOOKS—BLANK books and binders in durable duck binding.—See the Advance. 18tf t THE NOISIEST CARS go out of our place as quiet as a gentle zephyr on a hill-side. That's after we're greased 'em! —Drive around!— Johnson's D-X SERVICE YOU LL LIKE OUR SERVICE iwho knows mostaAout Building cars* Ford has built more than one-third of all the automobiles ever built in the world A HERE are more Ford car* in use today than any other make. And there are more Ford V^8» than any other 8-cyIinder car. The 1939 Ford V-8 represents the broadest ex-p perience in building cars any manufacturer ever had. You will find values in it far beyond what any other maker can put into a car at the low Ford price. Ford performance, traditional for a generation, has reached new heights in the 1939 V-8. And now Ford style leadership is equally outstanding. "The smartest cars on the road" is the way owners describe their new Fords. Smartest in action. Smartest in appearance. Leaders, as they deserve to be. FORD V8 APRIL 19 FOfiD INVITATION MONTH I y^r drlv» America's most modern low-prlc«d car. J*«k# f Look at these FORD FEATURES • STU6 LEADERSHIP- The luxury car in the low-price field. • V-Wf 8-crUNDEft ENGINE- Eight cylinders give smooth. nets. Small cylinder* give economy. • HYDRAULIC Bft4KfS-Euy. •cting-rgujck, *tr«ight stopi. » TWPIE-CUSH/ONED COHfOtT- New flexible roll-edge itat cuihlonc, soft tr»hiyer*« •pringi, double-acting by. drauUc fhock *biorb*r«. • STAilUZfD CHASSlf-No front-end bobbing or dipping. Level *tort», level «top», level rid*. • sew mrine tounor HQOF/NS- Neiiei hiuhed for quiet ride. MICH -Adv,rtl,«d pricet Include many Item* of deiirable equipment. you to Girl Stricken by Sudden Blindness vermorerApr. U-Elolse Jae- obaon, l&-year-old highi schooli student, completely lost her Bight in school oe day. last week. After three days she was taken to Iowa City, and partial recovery has taken place. The cause had not at this time been determined. BOD, Justice 61 tw» r»pc«> in ju- gona township, KoMitth cotlnty, ESTRAY TAKEN UP. Taken up by Gail 0. Hakes, of Irvington township, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 5th day of March, 1939, one Black Angus heifer, weighing about 450 pounds, without horns, about one (1) year old. Notice posted before P. A. Dan- PANCAKE SUPPER THURSDAY, APRIL 13 M. E. Church COMMUNITY BOOM WHITTEMOBE By Methodist Men . MENU Pancakes—all you can eat Sausage Pie Coffee Charge: 35c adults, children under high school age, 15c. Serving begins at 5:30 and continues till all are served. M. E. CHUBCH B. nr,,. County Auditor. By L, J. immerfmll; Deputy. Dated this 27llr day" of. March, 1939. ' '- • '28-30 Joseph, Baron Lister, eminent Kngllih physician, born APRIL. D, 1857. Medical research has provided safety for modern FARMERS hM provided the "CONTINUING" Standard Form Policy for your motoring safety. INVESTIGATE — SAVE L. S. HOHAJfNON Hutchison Hldg. Phone 108. 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