Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1939 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR cwret ADVANCE ALQONA. IOWA YES We are headquarters for tractor, roller and 'ball 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. Mothers, Daughters in Corwith Fete PROGRAM AND A SHORT PLAY ARE FEATURES h«r nlec*, ' * Visit TWO World's Fairs Round trip rail fate good in modern air-conditioned coaches and chair cars. : Round trip rail fare good in Parlor Cars or Standard Pullman Sleeping Cars. for ONE RAIL FARE! Round Trip from Your Home Town The biggest vacation bargain en rteordl For an amazingly low rail fare you can make a circle tour of the whole United States from any point in the United States ... visiting both of the great 1939 World s Fairs... going and returning by any route you choose ... stopping anywhere along the way to see historic landmarks and scenic wonders. Tickets on sale daily beginning April 28. Return limit two months from date of sale. Your nearest North Western representative will be glad to furnish full details and to help you plan your trip to best advantage. The Chicago and North Western Railway, Route of the "400, the Streamliners and the Challengers, serves four superlatively scenic routes to the West. Also low individual round trip fares to tach fair For information, tickets, reservations set your local C & N. W. RY. TICKET AGENT CHICAGO E NORTH WESTERN RY. NEW 1940 RINSO GIVES FAR RICHER SUDS IN OUR HARD WATER. /-^THAT'S BECAUSE THE ( NEW 1940 RINSO V • CONTAINS AN AMAZING ^1 NEW "SUDS-BOOSTER' JUST SEE HOW THE DISHES SPARKLE .THERE ISN'T A TRACE OF GREASY FILM ON THEM AND THE NEW 1940 RINSO FEELS SO NICE TO MY HANDS • The New 1940 Rinso is here a year ahead of time with a new "suds-booster" added at no extra cost to you. Rinso's richer suds make dishwashing speedy. A quick soaking ... a swish with the dish mop... a rinse and the dishes are ready to dry shiny clean. Pots and pans are a cinch, too. Just put them to soak in hot Rinso suds and forget about them until the meal is over. Let Rinso do the hard work. .,-d".<y; After dinner you'll find them easy to |' c ' THE BOX l*f THE 1 Clean—bright and shiny. /*'sAME. NOW IN 3 SIZES: __ <;O- REGULAR, IARGE, GIANT Corwith, Aipr. 17 — The annual mother-daughter banquet was held Thursday evening at the Methodist church, tables being set for 160 and decorated In spring colors. Small, >right-colored umbrellas provided a combination favor, and candy and nut cup. The banquet, sponsored by the •oung married people's Bible S. S. class, was served at 6:30 by the. men. of the class under •supervision of Supt. J. M. Gehrt, and follow- ng supper the mothers and daugh- ers gathered in the auditorium for .he following program; Tribute to Daughters, - Beulah Caldweil; Tribute to Mothers, Gert- •ude Dunlap; song, Marlys Mulins; recitation, Carol Lawson; snare-drum solo, Burlette Erickson; vocal solo, Gayle Thompson; marimba solo, Alice Riggle; play n two acts, Fine Gold, cast—Bess fohnson, Inga Woodbury, Rose Heyers, Dorothy Kee,/Abbie Bush, Fennie Thompson, Ruby Galloway, Walley. BIRTHDAY OF MRS, ROSENMEYER FETED ATST, BENEDICT African Missionary Speaker— The Baptist World-Wide Guild girls met at R. E. Bonnstetter's lome last week Tuesday evening, 14 members attending. The meet- ng waa in charge of the president, Ivadell Izzard, and Mrs. Von B. ilbert led devotions. A box will >e sent to African natives. Agnus Anderson, who recently returned rom the mi'ssion. field in the Belgian Congo, was a guest at the meeting and gave a talk on the ives and habits of the African na- :ives. Other guests were a Mrs. Mori, state Guild director from Fredericksburg, and a Mrs. Asquith, Waterloo, president of Bap- List women's work in Iowa. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Ruth and Laverne Liptrap. The next meeting will be at Mrs. John Puffer's. Program for Baptist Women— The Baptist missionary society met with Mrs. Donald Meyers Friday afternoon, Mrs. Tim Hain assisting. Oma Jacobs had charge ot a lesson, on. missionary work among Negroes, Portia Johnson sang a Negro spiritual, Gladys Studer gave a review of the Missionary magazine. A short play was given during which mite boxes were opened. The meeting was closed with a devotional service, Weak Bridges, conducted 'by Mrs. Claude Bogard. Methodist Circles Entertained— Mrs. C. H. Martin and Mrs. Charles Higgle were hostesses to the Methodist Dorcas circle last Wednesday at the Martin home. Mrs. J. Francis Kee and Mrs. Claude Stull entertained the M. G. C. circle at the Kee home. The Delta circle met with Mrs. Vernon Studer, Mrs. C. A. Mills, and Mrs Frank Izzard were hostesses to the Sunshine circle at the Mills home, and Mrs. Arthur Schefelman entertained the S. & E. circle. St. Benedict, Apr. 17—Mrs. Josephine Rbsenmeyer was taken by surprise when relatives and old friends called last week Monday to help her celebrate a birthday. Among them were Mesdames Al Rosenmeyer, Anna Husehka, August Fehr, Gregory Studer, Mary Bailey, Ben Dorr, Charles Noonan, Mary McKehna, Carrie Erlckson, John Grandjenett, and William Arndorfer. The birthday was Easter Sunday. She was presented with a luncheon set. Chicago Gnest Goes Home- Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, accompanied by Vivian Stephenaon, of Chicago, Louisa Husehka, and Alice Johnson, drove to Mason City last Wednesday, and Vivian there caught a train home, after an Easter vacation here. 'look Part in Spelldown— Betty Jane Arndorfer entered the county spelling contest at Algona last week Tuesday. Her sister Marie Ann was in a contest some years ago and won the contest. Mrs. Imnierfall Among Sick- Mrs. Philip Immenfall had a severe sick spell a week ago-Saturday night. She has an Infection in the head and one ear. Floyd Ericksons to Algona— The Floyd Ericksons have rented rooms at Algona and will live there for the summer. Mr. Erickson has work at Algona. Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs.'Cliff Dehnert, with Imogene and Roslee Dorr, were here Wednesday, and Mr. Dehnert spent from that day till Sunday at Magnus Rahm's. 'Wilma and Norena A'rend helped their grandmother sew quilts Thursday. < LUVERNEJJ, CLUB CHOOSES NEW OFFICERS • • A ' u • Lu Verne, Apr. lY—The annual election of otlcers was held Friday, when the J. J. club met with Mra. Lloyd Zentner. Mrs. John Phillips was chosen president; Mrs. Cecil Williams, vice; Mrs. John Ramus, secretary; Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Edw. Dehnert was program leader. Mrs. Phillips read a magazine article on the New York world's fair; Donna Dehnert and Donna Zentner played piano eolos; and Mrs. Dehnert conducted guessing contests. Mrs. T. L. \V11- llams was a club guest. 'Darbyg' In Car Collision- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Darby went Program Given at Four-H Club Meet Fenton, Apr. l7—The Independence, Palo Alto county, Boosters 4-H club met Thursday evening at Mrs. Lorettfc .OlMin'a; "wfth Dec Ann Olttln hostess, and 14 members, with Merle Volgt, a new member, and a :.few;< gaeits^Mrs. Donald Boevers, > Algona, Mrs. Harry Cronk, Mrs. ,Otto Oftman, and John Kerber—attending, also County Agent Ashby, who gave a talk and showed pictures on morning glories and creeping jenny. B. O. Berkeland gave demonstrations on hp^r to use a square and how to sharpen a saw. Games and stunts ho loft PViri HITS* itoy-•»«*-*"-"•••*« j rf . ^ f I*he Lu V*the f Wonian'« >«tn,bs sent 22'women to * County federated meeting at Algdna last <we«k Tuesday. ., , . '' ' < , The Good Will club Will' ine^t this week Thursday with Mrs. H. followed under direction of the hostess and Milton Cronk. by Ernest Meyer Sr., who had been here two weeks because of the sickness of his son Herman.. Miss Henry had been here two months. Dahd Infltcd to Brlttr- The high school band has been •mi. uiiu mja. v^imi ic» p utvi vj r»^n*. ---«-- .... u J to DesMolne* for the Easter week- Invited .to par cipate.In a band end with their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Metllle, and just as they were entering the Metille driveway another car crashed into theirs. Mrs. Darby festival at Britt Friday. Each band will play 20 minutes in an afternoon program, and outstanding players will be chosen for a con- cert'in the evening. since return she'has beftuflned Change in Meeting Pate- to bed,' but was reported slowly recovering Friday. Vermont Guests Go Home— Mrs. Harry Anderson and Muriel Henry left last week Tuesday for their home at Brattleboro, Vt., ac- companed as far as Chelsea, Mich,, The Aipril Cemetery association meeting date was changed from April 13 to this week Thursday to avoid conflict with the funeral services for Frank Chambers. teacher, was caled to her home at Laurel Friday by news of the death of her grandmother, Mrs. William Beye. Cafe Gets Redecoratlon— Glen Francis and Clarence Robinson were last week redecorating the interior of the Dunlap cafe, in two shades of rose. taking nursing at Sioux City, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Barracks and Mr. and Mrs. John Sloan, from Wednesday till Saturday. The Methodist W. P. M. S. met with Mrs. A. E. Mull'ins, north of town, last week Tuesday, Mrs. W. H. Merriam assisting. The Sidney Higgles, Forest City, and the Roy Higgles, Crystal Lake, spent Easter at the parental Jacob Riggle's. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter made a business trip to Plymouth Wednesday. Other Ln Verne. Mrs. Dwight Hardgrove, Algona, and her son spent last week with the former's mother, Mrs. Kate Barton. Mrs. Charles Barton, Oelwein, and her children were guests at the Bowman and Barton homes. Emma Krause, Mrs. Arthur Krause, Mrs. Arthur Maasdam, and Mrs. Frank Krause, the latter of Goldfield, drove to Waterloo late last week to bring up Doris Krause, teacher at Readlyn, for the week-end. Mrs. Bertha Rathumn, who had 'been "companion" to Mrs. R. J Kanning all wfliter, has returned to her home at Richards. Mr. and Mrs. Max Block, with *t special C0 p y t a . b °«t this KEYST Fifty years ago the Keystone Steel and Wire Company started making woven wire fence—to save fanners the wast ec' time and labor of building clumsy rail fences. Well—you.don't see rail fences any more—but you do see a lot of Keystone RED BRAND fence. It's known everywhere for its extra long life. Into it have gone 50 years of fence making experience and improvement. •''-. RED BRAND Fence Come in and look over oiir stock of this good fence! Its "Galyannealed" zinc coating, copper-bearing steel and neat, compact construction give you years of extra service. ' F. S. COAL • ALGONA, IOWA Many at Chambers Funeral— A large number of Corwith people attended the funeral of Frank Chambers at Lu Verne Thursday. He was a brother of Harry and Edw. Chambers in the Fairview vicinity, also of John Chambers, former Corwith resident now at Goodell. Among persons here attending, besides relatives, were the Frank Claipsaddles, Mr. and Mrs Henry Weber, Mrs. Warren Mcln- tyre, Mrs. Ed'w. Williams, and Mrs. Robert Masterson. Sisters Here Lose Sister— Mrs. Jos. Kouba and her brother, Wilbur Shipman, Clear Lake, drove to Sheldon, Minn., last week Monday to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. W. G. Evans, sister of Mrs. Catherine Shipman and Mrs. Ben Ziegler, both of Corwith. The sisters could not go, because of poor health. Wood Parental Home Burned— Mr. and Mrs. William Wood, with the daughter Jeanette, drove to Stuart a week ago Saturday on receipt of news that Mr. Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas.Wood, had lost their home by fire. The parents' are now with a son who runs a hotel at Stuart, but plan to rebuild. To Enter Summer School— William Johnson drove to Iowa City last week Sunday to make arrangements for summer school. He secured work there also. William was accompanied by John Stull, student at the university who had spent a few days with the parental Doctor Claude Stulls. Junior 'Aux" Names Officers— The Junior Legion Auxiliary No. 2 recently elected officers at Eunce Tabb's: Helen De Groote, president; Eunice Tabb, secretary; Rosemary Riggle, chaplain; Luella Riggle, color-bearer; Marilyn Gouge, historian. Mrs. Perry De Groote is leader. Farmer Taken to Rochester- Nick Kelch, who had been seriously sick at Ms home south of Corwith two weeks 1 , was recently taken, to Rochester. Mabel Kelch came from Illinois to help care for her father. Phone Brings Easter Greetings- Mrs. Jennie Ellsworth was taken by surprise when a telephone call came from her daughter, Lorana Ellsworth, Easter morning. Misg Ellsworth is employed in the WHO offices. Teacher Loses Grandmother— • Isabelle Beye, 7th and 8th grade Made Cashier for Hotel- Alberta Mitchell recently became cashier at the Hotel Hartford, Mason City. Other Fairview. Mrs. Shelby Stevens, two sons, Mrs. Lucy Harris, and Wilma Stephens drove to Monroe Wednesday to visit Mrs. Harris's sister, Mrs. Charles Beach, who is seriously sick, and en route home they called on Shelby Stephens at the veterans' hospital, Des Moines. W. O. Kirchgatter, M. B. Peterman, and William Boughman drove to Spirit Lake last week Tuesday to attend a meeting of Firestone tire dealers, and Wednesday evening Mr. Kirchgatter, accompanied' by Lloyd Stroup, attended a similar meeting at Mason City. Mrs. Mart. Peterson has retui'ned from Belmond, where she had been two weeks, helping care for her daughter, Mrs. Otis Cook, who has been seriously sick. Burdette Cook came here with Ms grandmither. Bonnie Barracks and Mary Sloan, DR, G, C. SHIERK PODIATRISJ (Foot Specialist) Corns,- Callouses, -Hammer Toes, etc., are often the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet. Hutchison Bldg. - Algona Phone 250-W. A BITE TO EAT It ?s got its jeans on under its party clothes! e* ;, the Buick SPECUI. touring Jejan Y OUR wife can step into this trim new Buick and go rolling off to the Bridge Club—and be sure-as- sunrise nobody's going to make a better appearance than she does! Or your son can don his best bib and tucker and go calling on his best best-girl—with never the slightest fret as to the kind of impression he's making! You can slip behind the wheel yourself of a pleasant holiday, and enjoy the Sunday -go -to -meeting feeling you get from this beauty's handsome bearing. But when you're all through reveling in its good looks we'd like to have you remember: This is a Buick— through and through— and under its sleek new styling it's got its work clothes on! You've got a husky Dynaflash straight-eight engine there that doesn't know what it means to fret or fume or falter-yet goes mighty easy on the gas and oil. You've got a sturdy low-swung frame and chassis-solid in its set on the road, steady-riding, firrri- staunch enough for the heaviest pushing. You've got springs of a kind that never wear out-they're coil springs, and they keep their softness without ever any need of grease. And they give better traction, longer rear tire wear, besides making the rough roads smooth! You've got room —and a better view GET A BETTER USED CAR FROM A BUICK DEALER -and that good old reliable Buil merit running like a fine bio strain through this whole able car-J riage. Now, what does it all costy —compared with the others? Well, look around and you'll I that this big straight-eight costs 1 than some sixes! It's priced ev»| lower than it was a year ago! And it includes in its pno(| many g much-wanted item be asked to pay,extra where. , ' for So while you're buying why not hurt " Belter of the year- beauty that's a bus and a bargain boot? EXEMMA* O' WNttAl MOTQtS VAIUI B, B, Heimendinger. Iowa PHONE low IOWA 9NW MUCK MAf «H This dirccfao ifenal that flashel vwroW of turoi at » flip pf »»witch! Sho«i day w night. Standard en ell «*> Co. EAST STATE

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