Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1939 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 11, 1939
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. PAGE FOUR JTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA WB DO OtJB OWW LEHS QBINDIHG DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa CERTIFIED SEED CORN Iowa Hybrid 931 FLAT KERNELS, 84.00 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. Farm 2 miles north, 3 miles east, and '% 'mile north of Renwick. Four New Business Fronts atj Fcntori 1 ' t* ' KENWICK, IOWA Oscar Engstrom PHONE 1F22 Measure It Every Way You 'Choose • Low First Cost • Live Fresh Aid ' • Attractive Appearance • Practical Convenience • Economy of Operation • Efficient Refrigeration • Ice Cubes in 5 Minutes • Better Tasting Foods • Fresh Crispness Coolerator at $57.50 Has Everything You Want in a Refrigerator plus the EXTRA ADVANTAGES of Modern AIR-CONDITIONED ICE REFRIGERATION Whatever YOU want MOST in a refrigerator, the new air-conditioned ice refrigerators will measure up to your every demand. Style, economy, efficiency . . . whatever way you gauge a refrigerator, you will find what you are looking for, in the new air-conditioned ice refrigerators now on display. There is a size, a style for every purse, for every home, for every family. But all the new, modern air- conditioned ice refrigerators have one advantage in common . . complete food protection, air-conditioned refrigeration. "Nature's Way," melting ice, assures you of this complete food protection, keeps food fresher, better tasting, for a longer time. Now is the season when your foods need maximum protection, when appetites need that encouragement which only crisp freshness gives them. You will be interested in seeing all the new refrigerators on display at our show room, but particularly Coolerator. A trial in your own home for ten days costs you nothing, will prove everything. ON DISPLAY AT OUB SALESROOM Alg< Candy Factory WILL REPLACE THOSE BURNED LAST WINTER Fenton, Apr. 10— Work has been progressing rapidly on the section of main street which wa« recently destroyed by fire. Hantelman & .Nelson, with a crew of men, have completed the basement and foundation for W. E. Stoelber's new hardware store. Contractors are now busy laying blocks. Work on the basement and foundation for the drug store is now under way, also Priebe'e basement and foundation. A crew of workmen is busy clearing away the debris on H. H. Widdel's lot, preparatory to start building operations on a new ^garage building. ' >All of the new buildings will be of fireproof construction and when completed will be an improvement of which Fenton may well feel proud. Two Attend Contact Meet- Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, township chairman, and Mrs. Don Weisibrod, publicity chairman, for Fenton township, attended a luncheon at the hotel in Burt last week Tuesday. This was the annual contact meeting. Mrs. Wynne Jacobs, Forest City, committeewoman for this district, had charge. Plans for Achievement day were discussed and a sample exhibit booth set up. Thirty-five women attended. Doctor's Brother Stricken— Dr. J. A. Mueller received a message Thursday afternoon, that his brother F. E., who is superintendent of schools at Independence, had suffered a severe heart attack and was found unconscious in the street at Dayton, where he had gone on business. He was rushed to .the hospital at Newton afid Doctor Mueller left immediately, remaining there till Friday morning, when he returned home. Society Has India Lesson— • The W. F. M. S. met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. The lesson, on "Christian Education in India," was led by Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Mrs. Arthur Voigt. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. George Goetsch. 'Hostesses Mesdames J. A. Mueller Brown, and W. P. Weisbrod. LONE ROCK HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS WILL PRESENT PLAY TWO NIGHTS were Fred Mother Bles Suddenly— Clarence Anbogast received word Monday of the death of his mother at Mananah, Minn., that day The Arbogasts, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs.. Will Huskamp, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago attended funeral services Thursday afternoon. Lone Rock, Apr. 11—The senior play, It Happened in June, will be presented this week Thursday and Friday nlghta at the school auditorium. In the ca«t are Betty Marlow, Doris Sanders, Ruth Whlte^ hill, Mavis Nyman, Clara Bierle, Merton Larson, Bernard Genrich, Eugene Angus, Arnold Rellly, Jack Marlow. The heroine, Betty Bron- «oa (Betty Marlow), owner of the Shady Grove store, is competing with the Norris store, operated by Jarvis Sneed (Arnold Reilly). Norris sendis his nephew, Charles Atkins (Merton Larson), to Shady Grove to force the Shady Grove store to close. Atkins and his friend, Randy Stewart (Bernard Genrich), who do not know that Betty Bronson owns the store, get board ,,an,d .room...,at Brpnoon's. 'iwhst i happens'. 1 ! cccurs, after' they meet Betty and find out she is owner. Fnpllg on tli« Honor Boll- Pupils who had an average of 90 or more in their subjects in the last six weeks were: seniors—Arnold Reilly, Eugene Angus, Bernard Genrich, Doris Sanders, Betty Marlow, Mavis Nyman, John Sprank; sophomores—Gerald Radig, Lucille Genrich, Dorothy Jensen, Doris Blanchard; freshmen- Richard Behrends, Maxine Flalg, Charlene Rath, Dorothy Hofcson; eighth grade—Virginia Frye, Catherine Householder, .Dale Jensen, Arthur Person; seventh grade— Lnella Ackarman, Robert Marlow, Laverne Schraeder, Phyllis Seege- barth; sixth grade;Darwin Frye, Helen Jensen, iDwight Simpson; fifth grade—June Hanna, Kenneth Householder; fourth grade—(Ersel (jlty, were reutmi 6"«*> l ° m. ~. — Bierle, Catherine Flaig, Joyce Mar- Patterson's. The Pattersons drove low. Phvliu Hftwkfi: .third trade— to Esthervllle Sunday to call on low, Phyllis Hawks; third grade— Shirley Culbertson; second grade —Helen Sprank, Agnes Quinn, Joan Flaig, Erwln Frye, Joan Zwiefel; first grade—'Dorothy Browning, Donald Jensen, Delorls Marlow. Birthday Party Is Giren— Charlene Rath entertained at a birthday party at Emil Kraft's last week Monday evening. Attending: Dorothy Hobson, Dorothy Jensen, Maxine and Mary Ann Flaig, Lois and Lucille Marlow, Verdabelle Thonwen, Doris Blanchard, Catherine Householder, Phyllis Seege- barth, Virginia Frye, Wilma Marlow. Jensen Home from Hospital— t 'E. M. Jensen came' home ''last /ijreek. Tuelsday from , the : veterans' hospital, Des Molnes, where he had •been a patient a few weeks. Mr. Jensen has for many years been in Lone Rock bank employ. Other Lone Bock. The Legion Auxiliary met last Wednesday with Mrs. Otis Sanders, and $5 was ordered sent to the supply shelf. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Francis Foley. Beulah Gladstone came home Thursday from Swea City for a vacation till Monday at the parental Rev. S. M. Gladstone's. She is a teacher. Hugh Marlow, A. H. Hutchinson, J. M. Blanchard, H. A. Blanchard 1 , and W. G. Flalg attended a wrestling match at Fairmont Thursday evening. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Mrs. A. A. Krueger spent Friday at Chester Alme's, Ottosen. Atted Training? School- Mrs. Will Weisbrod and Ruth Dreyer attended 1 the last 4-H train- Ing school held at the Bancroft /school last week Wednesday. Selma. Eckquist, of the extension department, Ames, gave the lesson. 3 lans are made for the county air, and Rally day. Lutheran Aid Meets— The St. John's Lutheran Aid 1 met Wednesday afternoon In the church basement. Guests were Mrs. Will Meyer and Mrs. Bertha Klatt, the latter of Virginia, Minn. Hostesses were Mrs. Ralph • Riedel and Mrs. John Ruhnke. Coming Wedding Announced— Word comes of the approaching .marriage of Magdalene Stoffel and Charles Ulfers, both of Algona, Which will take place after the Fen ten season. The Ulfers family formerly lived here. Other Fenton News. . The Falrville Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Guests were Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn, Mrs. Sophie Bleckwenn, and Mrs. Henry Langerman. -Hostess was Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman and two children returned home Wednesday from Minneapolis, where they had visited at the parental William A. Schneewind's since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber entertained at supper Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son Billy, W. E. Stoeber, and Lyle Bassett. . Winston Kerber, William Hantelman, and 1 Merlin Wegener, from Concordia college at St. Paul, ar. , ;-ived home last Wednesday to .spend the Easter vacation with their parents. The Hook and Needle club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Wilbur Holdorf. Guests were Mesdames Sam Warner, Clyde Humphrey, and John Gramenz. . Betty Ann Sharp and Alma Baldwin, of Algona, returned home Wednesday evening afte a 'brief visit with Betty Ann's grandmother, Mrs. John Dempsey. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber entertained MARIJUANA IS LAKOTA CLUB STUDY TOPIC Lakota, Apr. 10—Mesdames Jerry Heetland, Harry Warburton, Chas. Gutknech't, and Edgar Inlay entertained the Acorn club at a one o'clock luncheon at Mrs. Heetland's Thursday. Mrs. Mary Woodward, county chairman, was a guest. Alter the 'business meeting Mrs. W. E. Gutkneoht read a paper on Marijuana, its history, character, and deadly effect upon human beings. Mrs. J. E. Smith read a paper on Marijuana, Assassin of Youth. Mrs. Woodward gave a short pre-vieW of the New York world's fair, and Mrs. W. E. Ley told of some things she saw at the San Francisco lair. The next meeting will Ibe with Mrs. Jerry Ukena, and election of officers will be held. Mrs. Irene Edwards Dies— Friends here received word last week of the death of Mrs. Irene Edwards at the home of a daughter in Fort Dodge, and funeral services we.re held in the Baptist church there a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Edwards will be remembered here as Irene Fitz, twin sister of Mrs. Fred Wheeler ('Lila Fitz), and E.'O. Fitz, cashier of the first bank in Lakota (then Germania). Both girls were teachers. Mrs. Wheeler now lives in Florida, and E. O Fitz's widow and his sister Alice life in California. Mr.. and' Mrs. W. E. Ley called on the Fitzes while in California this winter, and report both well but both almost blind. Attend Hurt Project Meeting- Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, and Mrs. C. O. Peterson attended a woman's project meeting at the Burt hotel a week ago Tuesday. Mrs. Ruth Hicks, H. D. A., outlined plans for Achievement day in the forenoon, and at noon the women enjoyed a luncheon served by the hotel staff. Mrs. Wynne Jacobs, district committeewoman had charge of the afternoon meeting. This was the annual contact meeting, and 17 townships were represented with 35 Mre. Jerry Heetland, and son Raymond, drove to Algona last week Wednesday to see Mrs. Albert Ogren. Mrs. Winter is a sister of Albert Ogren. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elso Heyes a week ago Sunday. The Heyes live on the Will Olthoff farm northeast of town, and they have one other child, a son. Mrs. Samuel Warlburton spent a week ago Tuesday at Swea City visiting friends, and also attended the Methodist Aid at the church. Carl Johnson began work on the farm a week ago 'Monday for J. H. Warburton. SEXTON Mrs Bert Staters, Mrs. Herman Wise, Mrs. Harold Hunt, and Mrs. Robert Masterson, the latter o Corwith, attended a woman's county Farm Bureau meeting at Burt . - Luncheon was — Burt hotel, and Mrs. Hicks gave suggestions 'for /ement day. A Mrs Jacobs ^r?'"!^?™ fro , m Por <*t City,' East-Seneca The Harry Raamussens, Kansaa City, were recent guests at 0. R. Mrs. William Hartley was host- th6 Sexton Aid Thursday, laid for a bake aale eXt meetln g Will be "* MrS ' ° SCar ' Sim Bemte, Mrs. Bert Sand£ rUSilIa Noble - aild Mrs. ise attended the cooking school at Algona Wednesday Dolores Voss. Lu Verne men at Cedar Falls, spent Mr. Mrs. Haroldunt Mry re1 ' WMtte at her uncle home^m M Whe"3. St i e iri E as[ Wednesday. ' asL d Mrs. A. L. Greenfield, daughter Edith, moved to home west oif Irvington women present. Organization plans were presented and discussed, 42nd Wedding ~Date Observed— Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders, north of Lakota, celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary March 31. Just before dinner 25 relatives walked in with baskets of food for a real wedding dinner. The couple have lived on the- farm all of their married life and have five children living, and three have died. Mrs. Sanders' former name was Wood, and her family lived' on a farm north of town, now known as the Hagedorn farm, when the writer lived 'with the family on a farm two miles north of town. lakoton's Mother l s ~Dead—. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Woodworth attended the funeral of Mr. Woodworth's mother, Mrs. Mary Wood- s station on No. 169. TT' who h ad been visit- Harvey ste ven's, returned to p at Wi ^et Thursday ThH Bran * gan w as taken sick Thursday and a doctor was called. nnMr - and Mrs. William Hartley P T, I' Sara Wlse vlfi ited Mrs. L P - Brethorst Friday afternoon rnoon Mrs. Dick Wermersen, Convlth 6 ? JOS ' Balk ' s Th' at a h ° SpItal at SBRVIOE-USERS OF have the Sew-and,So club at her home I worth, at Ocheyedan Thursday ^^K^-^Vf-S^y^SffKS rio,,SfTiS .nd Mm fe b '«™.»™»' 1 '<«W*t.,. Laage, Des Moines, came Wednes-1 ated .day night to_sp_end their spring va- Bancroft, Weisbrod's and C. I Ocheyedan League held ta annual morning watch service at the . _ church Easter morning at 7 a. m. I B. B. Boys Entertained— Breakfast followed the morning I The Commercial club entertained ' se £J rice> »,. , the high scho ° 1 basketball boyc a Mrs. Minnie Stacke, Des Moines, I the regular, club dinner, at the came Thursday evening to visit at Methodist church Thursday even- C. F. C. Laage'a and 0. J. Ran- ing, 32 present Two Aid society °y B - committees served the meal. The Bobby Padgett, Algona, Is visit- ' b °ys enjoyed the event, as did the ng this week with Fentoa friends. I men. Small Loans Up to $300 OH AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FUBNITUBE, Ef C •Prompt, courteous, confidential •errlce. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO to Esthervllle Sunday w v,».. «» Mrs. Adolph Anderson, who is sick but Is improving slowly. The Ras- mussens brought up BWon Patterson, who hae begun work at Walter L. Smith's. Mrs. Henry Looft a»d Mrs. Jay Oodden attended a project meeting for township and publicity chairmen at the Marvin hotel, Burt, last week Tuesday. Frank Hanna and two senior girls, Loretta Crowley and Harriet Olsen, attended a banquet at West Bend laet week Monday night in honor of that town's state champion basketball girls. Mr. Hanna Is coach here. The Henry Loofts were recent supper guests at 'the Hans Presthus home,, and others there, were the Olc/JJohn, and Lawrence Jo^ hannes'ohs, Bancroft. 'The occasion was confirmation of Margaret Presthufl. Jeraltf Godden and Sheldon Merrill were at Fort Dodge on a business mission Wednesday. Breadmaking was studied at home-makers' meetings in Seneca last week. The first meeting was at Mrs. Fred Brown's, with six homes reached, one of which was new. Miss Clarence Osborn helped Mrs. Charles Voight give the lesson. Another group met at Mrs. Roy Jenscn'e, ten women and two pew home-i reached. Mrs. Otto Jensen helped demonstrate rolls. An all-day meeting was held Friday at the Seneca schoolhouee, where the entire bread-making process was demonstrated before eight women by Mrs. Howard Richards and Mrs. Henry Looft Tim* WMUtaMfttti 6a the tnusi, memory «oft Wl and pl« n « *«re dig cu*«edJ*£, ;8 ttttat«#tte«Hng 8 after clo*e of the year's Mdjwt. A music meeting filr.be held April 19 it 1:30 p. in, «t the fl«boolhou«e. Mrs Telephone | Brings Help Fight Farm fi A fire that threatened to dc 8 t, ft buildings on a midwest f arm ! guiehcd when neighbors for J. answered a telephoned fire alarm , The , farmer noticed his spread the alarin. fi e i p ~ cam . . i minutes. The fire was only 12, the barns when it was stopped "If the telephone had not bro in such a hurry, I am sure the I other buildings would have been i and I would have lost everyth farmer said. 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