Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1939 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX Former Algona Couple Thlrty-flte Years Wed— Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Lease, Rolfe, celebrated their 36th wedding an* nlversary Friday, April 1. Algona friends and others conspired and surprised them with a shower of some 150 cards and letters. Rolfe friends called in the evening, bringing refreshments. The children all came for the event. lone, who has for nine years been music teacher at Brltt, was there; Margaret, who Is In her first year out of Morrilngside college and is teaching music at Milford; and Howard, high school principal at Kingsley (the Rev. C. V. Hulse's town), with his wife and baby daughter. The Leases were married at Sumner, in Brerner county. That Is "old home town" for both. Both were graduated from the Sumner high school, both attended 'Morningside, and both later attende Northwestern. They have lived a San-born, 1912-16; Laurens,. 1916 23; Cherokee, 1923-6; Algona 1926-32; Spirit Lake, 1932-5; Rocl Rapids, 1935-8; and at Rolfe sine last fall. During their Algona resi dence Mr. Lease was Algona dis trict Methodist superintendent. Mr. Lease was graduated in 190 from Mornlngside, and in 1912 from the G-arrett Biblical Institute From Northwestern he received a master's degree in economics in the last-named year. Mornlngside conferred the doctor of divinity degree on him In 1928. In the 1936 edition of "Who's Who in the Clergy," his life is summarized on page 680. He hns currently been requested for similar data for the Biographical Encyclopedia o f America. In connection with his studies at Northwestern Doctor Lease wrote a thesis which won a $100 prize for the best economic thesis in 1912. He had a student charge at Lee, 111., 70 miles from Chicago, and built a church there. He is a member of the Pi Gamma Mu honor fraternity in social science. He has been a teacher in the Okoboji Epworth League institute 20 years and is Northwest Iowa Methodist conference Life Work secretary, which helps many young people to establish themselves in life careers. In all this Mrs. Lease has 'been an able helpmeet and associate, sharing every plan and step since she and Mr. Lease were children in school together. Alpronn Girl is Uride— Magdalen Stoffel and Charles Ulfers were married at 8:30 this morning at St. Cecelia's church, the Rev. Father Mallinger officiating. The bride wore an ankle-length gown of white lace, with trailing veil, and carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. Her sister, Gertrude Stoffel, maid of honor, wore an ankle-length gown of aqua blue chiffon and carried yellow snapdragons. Anthony Stoffel, brother of the bride, was toest man. A wedding dinner will be served to the immediate families at the home of the bride's parents, and the newlywede will then leave for a ten-day wedding trip to the Ozarks. They will be at home after May 1 on east Elm street, in a house owned by P. A. Danson. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel, Algona, is a graduate of St. Cecelia's academy, and for the last three and one-half years she had been office nurse for Dr.. H. M. Olson. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers, Algona, and he attended the Fenton high school. He is now employed as trucker and buyer for the McWhorter stockyards here. Betty Kohlhaas sang Ave Marie and a few other selections. Daughter of Algonians Weds— Alice Junk, Downs, Kans., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selichnow, here, was married Easter Sunday to Russell D. Kennedy, of Lloyd, Kans. The ceremony took place at 4:30 p. m. at the local Methodist church, the Rev. F. Earl Burgess officiating, and attendants were Maud Selichnow, Algona, sis- Wetley Home Saved By the Fire Squad Wesley, Apr. 10— The Wesley firemen were called to extinguish a blaze in the Albert Neuroth home, north, of the Milwaukee tracks, Sunday evening. It Is believed that defective wiring caused the fire, which started In a closet upstairs. Mrs. Neurpth no-r tlcedi smoke when 'She went up, and on opening . the closet door she saw that clothing and bedding was on fire. Considerable damage was done to the Interior of the house, by fire, smoke, and water before the blaze was extinguished. Fur- .ntture in the downstairs rooms was carried out. Mr. Neuroth carried insurance on the furnishings. The house, owned by A. E. Giddings, was partly covered. The Neuroths are staying with neighbors till the house Is repaired. Lu Tcrne Oldtlnier Dies. Lu Verne, Aipr. 10 — Frank Chambers died suddenly Monday night. He had been recovering from an attack of the flu, but suffered a relapse Sunday and was taken to a hospital, where pneumonia caused death. + LnVerne Woman Patient. Mrs. Matt Baumgartner, of Lu- Verne, entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week Monday, and next morning had an operation, from which she is recovering. CCO Cniuj) Open House. Bancroft, Apr. 10 — Company 3728, Camp D-3, OCC, will be kept open next Sunday afternoon between 1 nnd 5 for inspection by the public. KOSSUTtt COUNT* ADVANCE. ALQQNA. tOWA *mm*miiitimimm*m**mmm^mit*mtim**m*aimtiiiimiHmtaH OOOt) BRIGHT BALED STRAW., Ralph Hulburt, phone 207. Lone Rock, 12p30 FOR SALE—(WISCONSIN 38 BAR- ley. Limited supply left.—W. C. Taylor, Sexton. llpSO WANTED — MARRIED MAN TO work oil farm.—'Apply Jay Budlong, Titonka. , . llpSO FOR SALE—JW!DE;TIRBD WOOD wheel wagon.— Clem Goodman, Algona, phone 18F3 evenings. p30 FOR SAXE—iSBT OF LUGS FOR John Deere model D tractor, good as new.—<;. R. Schoby. 16p30 FOR SALE—DELCO LIGHT plaint, with radio and iron. Good condition.—Inquire Advance. 13p30 F-30 FARMALL tractor and cultivator for sale or trade for livestock.—Inquire Advance. 13p29-31 FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- iature album with each roll film developed and printed, 26c.—Lus- by's, 14(2)27tf WORK WANTED BY COLLEGE graduate having good references and good habits.—Inquire Advance. 13p30 IOWA STATE HYBRID SEED corn",' lowest price you ever paid or ever will again.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 17p30 in my recent bereavement.—H. W. Hollandeworth. p30 PAY,UP OLD BILLS—<>Bf NEW Start. We loan on car, furniture, 20 months to repay. Ask about our plan. — Edward.,.Capeslus, Helse bl'dg., Aigona. . 30 LEARN ABOUT ZONOLITE—YOtf ; can' insulate yolir ; horae at small cost: Fuel savings will pay;,tof <it< We have complete information for you.—'Botsford Lumber Co. 30 RAISE PHEASANTS FOR a hobby. One dollar will 'bring you a book containing all needed information on pens, feeding, and caring.—'Lux Game Farm, Hopkinton, la. .g30-31 FOR SALE-^BAlBY CHICK SUiPplles: chick feeders, 8x10 in. hole, 6c each; Reel type feeders, 15c; chick troughs, 36-in., 49c; hog pane, 25c each.—€oa»t to Coast Store. 22u30 DOUBLE SKILLET, FREE! USB for frying, baking, or roasting. Value, |3.90. Free with 39 Eargent Feed gift coupons. See gift list and get Information. — Anderson Oralri & Coal Co. .30 HOME LOANS —. MONTHLY 'Ate- ductloh or straight term. Title 2 FHA loans low interest rates, no Commission. Loans for all purposes.—Algona Federal Savings A Loan Ass'n. 26u8tf HAVING HEAT TROUBLES? Maybe hot or cold air registers are not properly located, hampering circulation. Ask for Green-Colonial heating engineer's services.— Laing & Muckey. 30 FOR SALE—USED RADIOS: 1 32- volt Coronado radio, guaranteed 'to be good; i Coronado radios, 2- volt, *5 each; 1 Phllco 2-vt>lt used, good: 3 Music Air radios 2 volt, $7.50.--Coaat to Coast Store. 30u30 ATTENTION FARMERS — GOOD values all this week: 100-ft. %in. rope,'65c; 10041. ^In. rope, 9$c: 1 gallon varnish, $1,29; 1 gallon flat wall paint, $1.39; 1 gallon, Interior gloss, $1.79. — Coast -to Coast Store. SAfljBSMAiN WANTED—TO CALL on farmers in this? county* Only, men who can and d6 appreciate a farm necessity for actual and proven merit need apply. The- most thoroughly ventilated steel corn crib ever placed on the market— The (HUSKY) — All-Steel Corn Cnib. Will be in your county In a few days to interview salesmen.— Error Is Corrected. In a court story last week the name of Harold Speraw was mentioned. The name should have been Bernard Speraw. ter of the bride, and John Baker, Algona. The bride wore a crepe dress of new earth rose, with navy accessories and a corsage of tea roses inrt sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore a navy charteuse street :lress, with navy accessories, and ler corsage was of pink roses and sweet peas. A four-course wedding dinner was served to 14 guests at the lome of the bride's parents immediately following the ceremony. A wedding cake and sweet peas decorated the table. The newlyweds eft Monday for Downs, where they will live. The bride is a graduate of the FOR SALE — TEAM OF GRAY geldings, ages 6 and 8, weight 3600.^W. M. Nelson, 3 miles N. E. Lone Rock. 18p30 FOR SALE—TWO MARES, FOUR and six years old, weight 1400 Ibs. each.—W. H. Brandow, phone 1F12, Algona. 17(2)30 PURE KOSSUTH RELIANCE AND Golden King seed corn, rack dried and tested, $1.50 bu.- Carlisle, Whittemore. -A. C. 17p30 A NEW WELL DRILLING MA- chine in your locality. Drilling any size wells.—Guy Beemer, 1 phone 102, Lakota. 12p27-34 FOR SALE—SMALL PIANO. CAN be seen in Algona. Continue the payments, only $68 left. — Write Critchett Piano Co., Des Moines. 20p30-32 Downs high school and of the Scina, Kans., Imsiness college. She owns a garage at Downs. The bridegroom is assistant manager of a Plymouth-Dodge garage at f.'oyd. S. S. Class to Elect— The Baptist Loyal S. S. class •will elect officers Thursday at the church. Election will be by ballot. Retiring officers are Mrs. Karl Willasson, president; Mrs. French Haldeman, vice; and Mrs. Henry Furst, secretary-treasurer. Hostesses will be Mesdames Jerry Helgens, Karl Willasson, and Ruth Cook. FOR SALE — USED BICYCLE, boys' or girls.—Joe Bloom. 8u30 'OR SALE—600 BUSHELS OF ear corn.—Call at Advance. 10p30 WE DO CUSTOM SHEARING.— Clyde Bristow, 13 on 96 Burt. 10p26-33 F YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO sell list it in our want ads, and get results. VANTED — A FEW FRESH OR springer cows or heifers.—C. R. clioby. llpSO 'OR SALE—TWO EXTRA GOOD milk cows. — E. R. Pollock, Hardy. 10p30 ^OR SALE—1 x 4 and 1x6 lumber. $2.25 100 feet. Frank Steritz ll-p-30 'OR SALE—FOUR 32x6 TEN-PLY truck tires, cheap — E. R. Polock, Hardy. YES We are headquarters for tractor, roller and bearings, tractor tires, tractor tire chains. We can also supply you with clutch lining, piston rings, sleeves, etc. Greenberg Auto Supply The place to buy auto supplies is a regular auto supply store. REMEMBER Your DOCTOR As He Remembered You THE DOCTOR'S TIME IS NOT his own. He is at your call at any hour of the day or night. Can you ask him to sacrifice his time and ability without paying him promptly for his services? He is only asking that he be treated fairly. Kocsuth County Medical Society FOR SALE—MONTGOMERY-Ward kitchen range, t good condition — Arthur Kraft, Corwith, la., 3 miles west and one mile south of Corwith. 20p30 FOR SALE — International pickup '37—LWB — mileage 7800 — combination grain-stock box.—Jot Hanselman, Livermore, phone Lu! Verne 2529. 15p30-31 1 J J FLOOR, ABE YOU PLANNING ON BUILDING A Home? There is a way for every family to enjoy to its fullest the American standard of living ... It is a standard which recognizes the value of home ownership; its importance in the upbringing of a family; its symbolic significance as security for that family. LET US HELP YOU IN YOUK PLANNING CARD OF THANKS— I WISH TO'. extend my sincere thanks to air who were so kind and sympathetic F. S. Norton & Son ALGONA PHONE 229 Write fwd Sale* Mttftgef, 2*4 W» i son city, Iowa, phone 2*36. Slitf tet , 'Ma, u3(J LAWfcBNCE . nine—This famous/ nitiget g*ys: "t read many magaainee,, but 1 cannot read them all! I kiloW. mfthV melodlee but canriM learh all the orchestrations, : So to get the melody of what Is going on In eur remarkable country, I tune to The Reader's Digest, It given Hie the tune. And that tune Is as stirring as The Star Strangled Banner." ' The. Reader'*. DtgeHtj MMtt charming pocket-oize periodical, Jettis. 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You'll Git Mort Safety and Tire Milts Per Dollar With Safe-Flex Tires Th. cn<ltri<li ui.d in Coait-to-Coatt Stor.i 1 Ssf«.FI.i Tir.i .r. th. (In.it Jli«» c.n b. h.J, M.d. by Mitttr Tir. BuiM.n, tli.y c.pc.i.nt Ih. till word in tir. quality. t Slor.i' S,l,.fl,i Tir.t «r« bick.d by Ih. factory and by Co.il.lo-Co.it Stor.i wilhth. MOST LIBERAL TIRE GUARANTEE EVER jWRITTEN. Thil giurant.* it giv.n ' you in writing, wh.n you purehai. • tir«. KEVSTONE INTERIOR GLOSS (•TINE MANURE FORK A fine enamel-like finish for kitchen, bathroom and halls. FULL size HOUSE BROOM Tines of fine tempered steel, .13 inches long. Handle made of good quality ash, 4 feet long. All corn—4^sewed. Well made. KEYSTONE FLAT WALL PAINT A colt-toned finish of inviting 'charm and restfulness—for general GENUINE DIC-fl-DOO PAINT GLEANER STICK-ON RUBBER SOLES KEROSENE STOVE WICKS HARDWOOD CLOTHES PINS HICKORY ' HAMMER HANDLE Asbe'stos type. Per foot Straight grain hickory. 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