Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1939 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 18, 1939
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KQSSUTtt COVNW ADVANCE ALQONA. PAGE t Darbys, of Irvington, in Car Accident ANOTHER CAR HITS METILLE AUTO IN REAR I, n«NO our with a quiet, •wert-running car after thii KSUning *«vice at your Standard Oil Dealer's. El fob out winter oil and refill yout omnkcase with fc' Muriy.bo-Vis, Standard's premium quality motor oil. ,'tttat'snot all. Many Standard Oil Dealers are equipped yottCtf acompletecheck-upand servicing at the ten ot points indicated: namely, I Radiator 2 Spark • Crankcase 4 Transmission S Differential 6 Gaso- l7B»«ery 8 Chassis Lubricatioii 9 Tires 10 Lights. Irvington, Apr. 17—(Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby recently wont to Des Moines, where they visited the Jos. Melllles, who are now operating a suburban store there. Mr , Metllle met the Darbys at the de- ipot, and en route to his home the rMotlllo car was struck by another ' car. Mrs. Darby suffered a severe jolt and nervous shork, and since coming home ehe has been con fined to 'bed under a physician's care. Mr. and Mrs. Darby are patents .of Mrs. Metille. The Metilles, SERVICE 4 riNI MOTOR OILS KO-VIS. . ... in cans 30c a quirt* • . .in bulk 25c a quart* * QUARIR STATI in cans 35c a quirt POLARINI . . . in bulk 20c a quart* STANOLIND . . to balk ISc a quart* (Pn-ailinr. dealer prioMJ 'Pint Traw WILMA A/RHA/RT, OF WHITTEMORE, MARRIED TO GREGORY ELBERT JR. Wliitlemoro, Apr. 17 — At St. Michael's Catholic church last week Monday took place the marriage of Wilm'a Alrhart to Gregory Rlbert Jr., the Rev. WilHam Veil, pastor, performing the ceremony before a large group of relatives and friends. The bride wore a white chiffon floor-length gown with long a bouquet of veil daughter Irene, son Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas, son Charles ; August Gade, West Bend; and the Hugo Faulstloh. family, of LotW Creek. The men spent the even- Ing at car'ds. Mrs 1 . Roeber served lunch. Mother of Fifteen Passes- nee day, Ames, April 22; senior lay, April 28; junior-senior ban- uet, May 1; academic tests, May -9; P. O. A. A. banquet, May 12; jaccalaureate, May 14; commencement, May 17; last day, May 19. S. S. Has a Party— The Methodist Adult Bible S. S. jlass had a, party In the church >asement Thursday evening, H. M Iranner, school superintendent and A. An'derson served lunch, and Mesdames Anderson and Sprou't Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrtch of peas and carnations. Attendants, wore Donald and Hlldred Blbert, brother and sister of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a well with their Moines. reception took place at the home of the bridegroom's parents. ' The brido is the daughter of Mr. n» "m, HT tin and Mrs ' Clyde Alrhart, of Blairs- iLnh H i ' 1)ur B- and she attended the Fenton .t M » ' ! a if. n g hl Sh school, from which she was store and like Dos grnduated ' ln 1937 . , For some m'ontha prior to marriage she had clerked at the Waldron grocery and cafe here. Mr. Elbert is the. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Gilbert Sr., and he attended Presentation* academy here. / The same day the cpuple left for a short wedding trip. For a few months they will live with the bridegroom's parents. ^ Carpenter Upsets Jn "Car— A carpenter who had been working at Lu Verne and was en route to his home near Fenton lost control of his car Thursday evening, southeast of Galbraith, and it ran into the ditch, where it turned over. George Schumacher and K, P. Roncy, driving past in a truck a few minutes later, found the driver uninjured and pulled the damaged car out of the ditch. The driver said the car went out of control when he attempted to light his pipe. I/ylo (Jodfrcdson Transferred— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson drove to 'Osage Easter Sun'day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Godfredson. Lyle, who was employed in the refrigerator business in Mason City before being transferred to Osage, has now been transferred to Cedar Rapids. He is already looking after his duties there, and Mrs. Godfredson, the former Josephine Lee, of Irvington, will follow soon. Pry Weather In South Dakota- Leo Termeor, who picked corn at O. L. Miller's last fall, is now at his own home, near Ethan, S. D. He writes that seeding Is all done there, and farmers have started spring plowing 'but the country 'a badly in need of rain and prospects for a crop are so far not good. Electric Stoyc Demonstration— : Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Leigh recently entertained a large number of neighbors, at an electric stove .^demonstration. It is reported that nirthilny Is Celebrated— •Relatives helped Mrs. William Roeber celebrate a birthday 1'as week Tuesday evening. This wa her 48th. Attending: Mr. and Mrs Herman Meyer, daughter Gertrude Mr. and Mrs. William Hanover, son William Jr., August and Emma Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell, at- the latter's mother, Mrs. Carl Lemke. 0, Fairmont. Mrs, Lemke Is survived by 11 sons 1 and daughters One son and a daughter are dead There are 44 grandchildren and our great-grandchildren. Incoh Thill Condition Serious- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thul and Mr and Mrs. Peter Schumacher -were at Clarion Wednesday to see Mik and Mrs. Schumacher's father Jacob Thul, who has not .been In good health lately. He was tak«a to Rochester Thursday for an op eratlon. Rochester Patient Brought Home- Mrs. Nell Farrell and Mrs. Wil Ham Hlgglns drove to 'Rocheste Thursday to bring home ' Helen Farrell, who had been a patient there in the Kohler hospital, Helen. Is for some weeks to recuperate here before returning to Mason City. . liad charge of games and other entertainment. Attend Oil Men's Meeting— H. D. Mayne and John Manthel, local Standard Oil-dealers, went to Mason City Mon'day evening to attend a company meeting. Edith Logan went with them, and from there returned to Cedar Rapids to resume school work, Other Ledjurd News. Mr. and Mrs. Walter, of Elmore, and her daughter Prlscllla spent Wednesday evening at the former's parental Tice Brack's. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Warner, Algona called Thursday evening at the Warner arid Moultbn homes. The Methodist W. F. M. S. met last week Monday evening at Mrs. Glenn Yahnke's, and devotions were le'd by Mrs. .Lars Skaar, Ar^ tides from "The Friend" were read by Mrs. Yahnke and Mrs. D. B. Mayer. ',,' •Mrs. W. E. Wiemer and Mrs. Gertrude Wiemer were at Blue Earth Wednesday. Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Edith Logan drove to Dixon last week Monday on a business mission. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halvoreon called at Frost, Minn., last week Monday. Mrs. Halvorson's mother, Mrs. Kallestad, has not been well of late. Other Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber drove to Dubuque Wednesday to visit their son Verne and relatives. Paul Urich drove to Mason City Friday on a business mission. BASKET SOCIAL FOR A LEDYARD SCHOOL PARTY the Leighs recently installed an electric stove and. an electric refrigerator. • Two Babies are Baptized— At the Easter service at the local ' church Mr. and Mrs. Charles Casey nd Mr. and Mrs. Donald Guderlan ad an Infant daughter and son respectively 'baptized by the Rev. A English. New Fonr-H Club Planned— •Helen Schulz is organizing a 4-K club, and the first meeting will he held May 6 at Mrs. John Weber's. Ledyard, Apr. 17—The school Purple & Gold Activity association sponsored an old-<fashioned basket social at the schoolhouse last week i Puesday evening. A radio program' was given, with imitations of famous radio characters by seventh and eighth grades pupils; a series of still pictures toy the freshmen; a skit, Censor (sense or) Nonsense, fty the sophomores; and a one-act play, Where's Man Pants? by the their son Paul, Donald Looft, and Miss Reaney to Eagle Grove Friday, and the boys took part In a district school music contest there Paul sang a bass solo, Bells of the Sea, in the afternoon, and Donald sang a tenor solo, I Heard a For eat Praying and The Old Road Sat urday morning. Miss Reaney Is tha local school music teacher and the boys' accompanist. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Looft,, Donald's par ents, went down Saturday. Calendar of School Events— The last issue of 'the' school pa per. The Putuwiz, announced the Allowing calendar of school events for the remainder of the year: scl- tors lUR IT JTER COSTING vou FOR REAL ECONOMY HEAT WITH A ELECTRIC WATER HEATER I Modem science now bring* you a new convenience [and luxury for the home . . .Electrically Heated I Water! And at a coat that is/less than most any I other method. Monarch Electric Water Heqters are the storage type. I Water is heated at very low rates during off-peak T **wvti^v« \4ft "**T 4»" **#***•" »*»•--*—3 f, m — and stored Until you are ready to use it. > installed it will give you lifetime service in the same efficient way that your electric lights verve you. Enjoy the convenience'and economy of electrically heated water... let us talk over ypur needs with you. On Display at CITY HALL Other Irvington. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Rusher ,who live on the Doctor Janse farm, recently entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. McCormlck and Bonnie Rusher, ail of Des Moines. Mrs. McCormick and Bonnie are daughters of the local Rushers. The Aid met Thursday at the church, and the afternoon was spent at sewing carpet rags. Mrs. Boldridge and her daughter Elnora were hostesses. TlTe missionary .society will meet this week Thursday at the church and Mrs. H. T. Sabin will lead. The topics are Chosen and the American Indian. > Mr. and. Mrs. Elmer Hayne returned Thursday from Peoria, 111. where they had spent several months with the son Carl arid his W Jean Lofing left Friday for the week-end with her mother at .Mason Clty.^ Wesleynn Suffers Head Gash. Wesley, Apr. 17—Adam Matern was struck on the head by a piece of iron one day last week and suffered a gash which required Dutches to close. He operates a repair shop at the rear of the local Standard Oil station. _ juniors. •Musical numbers were: bass solo, Paul Garry,' tenor solo, Donald Looft; violin solo, Mr. Anderson; all accompanied .by Miss Reaney. Ervln Beenken, president of the, P. G. A. A., waa announcer and j general chairman. Following tho program the baskets were auctioned off by Edw. Sanders. A prize for the prettiest basket was won by Ruth Sprorit and Delorls Mayne, and a box of candy was awarded for the basket bringing the highest bid. Marjorle Doocy's basket, which brought $3, NOTICE 01? PROBATE OF WILL No. 4495. In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, as, March term, 1939. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purporting t.o be the last Will and Testament Doocy* basket, which brought ?3, ^"£ d "^Sto ' aw-ar', end won this prize. Marjorie also won <™ v ? f . AnsR \ any they have, why popularity contest, sharing honors with Lyle Priebe. The 'sum at |33 was realized from "the event, and the money will be used to purchase merit awards to be given at the close of the year to seniors who participated in ac- tlvltlee. School Play Cast Chosen— The high school • senior class play for this year has been chosen, and the cast has begun practice. The play Is Siprlng Fever, and parts will be played as follows: "Howard Brand," senior at Brookfield. Howard Nltz; "Ed" Barns, chemistry student, "Vic" Lewis; art student, Cecil Langerman; journalism student, Kathryn Sprout. Other pupils in the cast are Lurene Lloyd, Joyce Corhus Lyle Priebe, Ivadel Peterson, Jeai Nelson, Marcua Langerman, and Billy Bauman. Boys In Mnslc Contest- Mr, and Mrs. William Garry took of Arthur P. Hanna, deceased dated March 30, 1939, having been this day, filed opened, and read Monday, the IBth day of May 1939, Is fixed for hearing proo of same at the.Court House In Al sona, Iowa, before the District 3durt of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m.. of the day above mentioned all persona \nterested are hereby notified and required to 'appear, and show cause If any they have, why aid instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the ast Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Aiprll 12, 1939. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk"of the District Court. T. Holtzbauer. Deputy. B. C. McMAHON, , A. J. HILL, Attorney, Forest City, Iowa. yi-*3 NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 2 p. m. April 28th, 1939, for grading thirty-four miles of local county roads, Involving 238,000 cu. yds. of earth excavation. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the county engineer, Algona, lowa. g KiNSEy( County Auditor. April 8th, 1939. DOAN new • A lite for r need. Mrs. Helen Nelson, B. N., Omaha came last week Monday to visit her Barents Mr. and Mrs. Jeromt Hawkins and her little daughter Shirley Nadlne, who stays with the grandparents. All,visited a cous n of Mrs. Hawkins at Blue Earth W6 C S Sh Sparks, of Armstron spent last week Monday night with her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Goetz, an * a dinner guest Tuesday at A j.Martlnek's, going home hat day isers Goes Darlene Hansen, church Thursday, tending. A short Slo^owU^y ThT-oienlne of |S at a table decorated in piuk ami white The hostess served a trayTunch. Attending from away 1 were the bride's mother and sis- Homer Anderson, and Irlendi MM W HAT THE ENDURING FLAT WALL FINISH '» * • a tf and White Ing backsround for fumitMr*, drap«i« 'Jbwr" Covering This rich, |laf waH^wi* «* wpecjally suitable *nd popular for usj en die walls of living roojns and bedrooms. Ton* WaM is as doable as it is beautiful and way be washed repeatedly. *i* soa^wd water, It (lows freely, level* out and Hatf f*rfwj not flak« off ami it foi «™r*F •\ \. CONTINUING ALL THIS WEEK DRESSES . d* «P Fine garments in Plain, Navy, Crepes, Pure Silk Prints, Hopsacking and Novel Fabrics— navy, roseberry, chartreuse, japonica, etc. Sizes 12 to 44. Values to $10.95. Larger Size Dresses Silk prints, plain crepes, alpacas in spring colors. Featuring "Boston Maid" half size dresses. Also 12 to 20 dresses. Values to $6. Silk Print Dresses Early spring styles on sale at this low price—50 dresses to choose from. All sizes, only 2.98 Clean-Up Dress Sale Thirty-five garments from our regular stock of silk dresses. Priced for quick selling 1.38 '//S///////////////////' Choice of any spring suit or coat from our regular stock. Regular prices up to $14.95, sizes 9, to 46, your choice at only Coats - Suits $000 Thirty-eight Spring Coats and Suits. Every garment a good style and color, all sizes to 53, values to $22.50, on sale at only Group Two Coats - Suits Plaid Jacket*—Suits Lumber jacket Suits Fitted Coats Bpxy Goats Only Group Three Toppers - Suits Tweed Suits Dressmaker Suits Box Goats Jacket Suits Only OO Bargains SIlOCS Bargains Patent Leather Black Gabardine TanOalf Grey Gabardine Japonica e 150 pr.- at Pump Styles Sport Oxfords Heel-less Pumps Strap Style High Heels ^Medium Heels , to B Widths—Sises 4 to 9 Mi •tj ^•i X '; , 5.^.%, ^ak-Jfe •*^ 7#$&

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