Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1939 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 25, 1939
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Slow, Boston Tea Patty Held at OLD AHHARE EXHIBITS AT FRIDAY PARTY COUNTY ADVANCE ALQONA. IOWA WH1TTEMORE PUBLIC SCHOOL TO OFFER NEW COMMERCIAL COURSE 'Burl, At>r. 24— The Methodist Aid gave a Boston tea party and a quilt, antique, and hobby show at the church Friday. Many quilts and antiques were on display. * Among the antiques- were an ex- poaltion of the Gospels. In German Whlttemore, Apr. 24—At a recent meeting the public school bosird rehired the present teachers: Frank J. Ilochford, superintendent; Margaret Greteman, and Nettie Sammin. Alice Kain, Algona, did not apply. It was decided to offer a commercial course for juniors and seniors. It will consist of typing * mong e anques- were an ex- bokkeplngsnornandandDua- poaltion of the Gospels. In German lless mot hods. This course will take printed in 1542; a spinning wheel tho placo o£ Latini on the theory . store With Prices. U| Wrist-Watch eedsOIL Least-Once A Year/ and a hand-woven coverlid, more than 100 years old; and a sampler made in 1820. Many other articles more than, 100 years ol'd were exhibited. 'A Confederate army , , and other relics of the Civil war •were-included in the exhibition. A doll carriage made In 1872 was Inspected. Ah atlas published in 1875 did not show Burt on the map. 'Prizes were awarded. Mrs. F. L. ™tf wist watch. K us. We are wtch specialists. i Always Low PAUL HAMILL gistered Wateh Maker Barker Drug Store INSPECTION FREE EAL ELP '10*1*4 For Those Who Want the Best 'PIISENIR' that it will be of more practlca value to pupils than a dead Ian guage. 'Because of the crowded condl i tion in the grades it was voted to coat, fife, organize a junior high school con r^n ™<>"i Histtng of g ra aes 7, 8, and 9. Thi will give the two grade teacher three grades, each instead of four They will thus have more time t devote to their grade's. New teachers to fill the vacanc . . . . cw eacers o e vaa Pratt received one for the best and teac b the added courses are 'State Teachers college, who wi teach home economics and othe nlgn school subjects; Alice m i' n ger, also a graduate of harge of the commercial work and each some junior high subjects; nd P. J. Gary, also of the Cedar Falls school, who will have charge f the intermediate grades and dl- ect the community hand. Whlttemore Girl to Wed— Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Catherine Kelso, Davenport, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Keleo, of Whittemore, to Robert Ohland, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ohland, Davenport. The event will take place at 10 a. m. this week Saturday at the rectory of St. Mary's church, Davenport, and the Rev. Leo Kerrigan will officiate. Attendants will he Alma Elber't and James Kelso safe'ty department employ ot Standard .Oil Co. Sec. 6 Bnttermakers Meet— FOR MRS, MILTON CARLSON IS GIVEN Swea-Eagle Twp., Apr. 24 — A post-nuptial; shower was given at i Mrs. Tankard Carlson's, last -week the Tuesday for Mrs. Milton Carlson, and the afternoon was spent at visiting. Eighty women had been invited, but because of bad roads only 30 could attend. The bride Lunch was Bureau -woman's project lesaon on modern trends in bread-making was given in an all-day meeting Friday at Mrs. Fred C. McGregor's by Mrs. Ruth Micke, county H. D. A. Plans were laid for Achievement day May-2, at. Hurt, and a final check on the work was made. This was the last lesson in this year's work. Three Boys Among Sick- Wendell, Howard, and Duane R. Bartlett, manager of the local creamery as host. After a brief Assisting hostesses were Mrs business meeting all went to the Fred C. McGregor, Mrs. Ernest De- Bartlett home, where bridge was vary, Mm Lawrence Dolf, Mrs played Mrs. Albert Granzow, Al- Henry Dolf, and Mrs. Leonard An- ;ona, won high. A notluck supper derson. was served by Mrs. Bartlett. Mr.,and Mrs. Carlson were mar ried February 1 at Fairmont by the Harold Knecht is Benedick— Rev. E. H. Miller, pastor of the Wilfred Kneoht, Algona, son of Methodist church, but the even Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Knecht, op- W as kept secret till a few weeks erated the 'DX gas truck last week ago . " 1J Tr -»" v ' ( - Mrs _ Carlson, i s Grace, daughter ' Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry McGregor, Ise the have modern quilt, and a prize for the I Rose'Marie'sIgler, graduate of th most interesting old quilt went to 1 -Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, the quilt being 75 years old. Mrs. G. C. Allen received the prize for the most In-1 m mger, aiso a graduate o terostlng antique, an old knife and Teachers college, who will a two-tlned lork 'more than 100' years old. Selina Clifton won a hobby prize with a hand-knit bedspread. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and ,Mrs. B. W. Brooke were the committee in charge of exhibits, and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, Mrs. .G. H. McMullen, and Miss Clifton were in charge of refreshments, which consisted of rainbow sandwiches, / cakes, etc Mrs. J. G. Sewlck and Mrs. 'F. L Pratt poured. Jr. The bride is a gradate of Presentation academy here, also of the nurses' training school at Mercy hospital, Daveniport. Mr. Ohland, who was graduated from the Davenport high 'school attended St. Ambrose 'college am later received a degree from th state university. He is now in eons of Mr. and Mrs. (Forest Erlck- son, are sick with the meftsleft. Otlie Swe»-Eagle Dorothy Anderson, East Cham, Minn., was a guest from last week Tuesday till Thursday of MaUr- ine and Gloria Linde. Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson, near Bancroft, were last week Tuesday guests at Walter Peterson's. rrfs $} while his cousin, Harold Knecht, was getting married Saturday to Mary Anni Venteicher, at vllle. a ot Mr - antt Mrs - ijllenry Mcuregor, Stacy-1 and M u ton j, a , a son O f Mr. and Mrs. Tankard Carlson, with whom the Bulletin Board for Chnrch— St. Paul's Lutheran Aid newlyweds are living. Milton farms . with his father, met Economical — -Use on* LEVEL t«an>oonfui to a cup of flour for most recipes. ientifically made by baking powder SPECIALISTS to produce beet results. KG BAKING POWDER Same Price Today as 48r«ar* Ago 35 ouneec lor 3f « You can also buy A r || 10 ounc* can {or see IU11 if ounce can lor Ife Doable -Tested — Doable -Action lot. .TaUT'S Ijutlltnau ziiu. iii~« _^_—— Thursday in the Lutheran school Project Lesson Given- auditorium. It was voted to buy a| The Swea-Harrison fourtl bulletin board for the church and two floodlights for the entrance ~' the parochial school building. Mrs. Mathilda Wagner was reported seriously sick last week. MILLIONS OF POUNDS HAVE BEEN USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT I Corwith Lad Wins in Amateur Tests at Wesley Apr. 14 Corwith, Apr. 24—The Wesley ' test a week ago, might, ' and. . first place was won by 'Dean, 12 son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thompson Mrs. Vogel, Mrs. ^Brooke, Mrs. Sewick, and Mrs. Pratt were dressed in Colonial costume. Supper was served after the tea was over. Maurice Coffins Guests- Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Coffin, of Milwaukee, with their baby, spent .Thursday with Maurice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin, and the junior Mrs. Coffin, with the baby, remained for a several weeks visit here and with her parents at Buffalo Center. Three Milwaukee friends of Maurice and his wife accompanied them here. Weasels Home from Vlsit^- The Rev. and Mrs. Geo. H. Wessel and their daughter Lurena re- Corwlth. Dean, who has a '.pleasing soprano voice, had also won in var ious other contests. He was accom panied at the 'piano by EBthe Smith, local school music teacher and he sang 'When Irish Eyes ar Smiling, also, as an encore, M Wild Irish Rose. There were 18 entries, from Brit Garner, Wesley, and Corwith, in eluding isome fine -talent. Aren< and Adea Daughan and Mr. an< Mrs. Edw. Studer, Corwith, also took part. The Daughan sisters gave a yodeling and guitar number, and Mr. and Mrs. Studer delighted the audience with old-time dance numbers and German County Spell Champ to Contest at D. M. Lu Verne, Apr. 24 — Supt. and Mrs. A/ C. Evans and Harriett Seattle accompanied Alice Hedrick to Des Molnes Friday to attend a >anquet for county spelling champ- on<s, and next day Alice took part state contest. Lu turned Thursday from a two weeks absence from home during which they visited relatives at McGregor. Mr. Wessel also attended a reunion of the old Chicago northwest Methodist conference at Chicago. Four to S. S. Convention— The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, Ruth iSchroeder, and Lyla Olson attended a Sunday school convention at sentative two years ago, but did not win in that year. But the year before Richard .Brink won, and he also made an excellent showing in the state contest. He had also won the county, championship the year before, but at that time was representative of a rural school west of | town. in the annual Verne boasts a record seldom made, In that it has 1 had the county champion in three out of the Mas four years. Doris Dennett, winner °'JMIIIIIIIIIIIIinUillllllllWIHIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIl Everyday Values | lour years. J-HMIB -i^ounci-i., «i"**«» ; B^AV*. last year, was Lu Verne repre-1 gona. ADVERTISERS—COPY ON YOUR SS merchandise or service provided | as in campaign form for use in classified. No charge for this extra service.—Advance Pub. Co., HUB at the Al- 20tt waltzes. Dean's prize was a check for $3. Leo Yegge, Once of Wesley, Dies at 37; Leaves 9 Children Wesley, Apr. 24 —• Many from Wesley attended the funeral of Leo Yegge, only 37, at the St. Boniface Catholic churrh, Garner, Friday Spencer last week Tuesday. Ruth morning, April 14. «e hwl beea and Lyla, delegates, remained till sick several years' and had spent Friday when Mr. and Mrs. Doms' most of the time in a hospital, went back for them. Miss Warner Has Birthday— Friday was Mattie Warner's birthday, and in honor of the event she and Miss Whitney were dinner, guests at C. C. Smith's. Miss Warner was a sister of the late Mrs. John Kerr, Mrs. Smith's mother. Victim of Fall Improved- Mrs. Melissa Trunkhill, past 90, suffered a serious fall a couple of weeks ago, but is now much better. Her daughter, Mrs. Anna Ambrose, Des Moines, has been helping care for her. School Ball Tourney Put Off— Because of bad weather a school baseball tournament, which was to •have heen held here Friday and Saturday had to be postponed. though he was permitted to go home sometime ago,-and died there Tuesday, April 11. Mr. Yegge, a former resident or Wesley, was a, brother of Albert Yegge, north of town. He also left a brother Frank, Calif., and four Long Beach, ^a.^., . sisters: Mrs. Pauline Renig, Garner; Mrs. Raymond Doughan, Britt; Mrs. Tenor Ludwlg and Lucille Yegge, Garner. The parents also live at Garner. Leos' widow survives, with nine children, all at home. Burial was made in the Garner Catholic cemetery. CAMPAIGN IN CLASSIFIED!—We can supply advertisers with com plete campaigns on any line oi merchandise or service. Ask about service. — Advance 20tf this unusual Pub. Co. TELEPHONE HELPED SAVE A doctor, summoned by the mother of two small children just before she became unconscious, found an entire family critically ill from food poisoning. Both parents Avere unconscious when the doctor arrived. "The telephone saved our lives," the father said. "It was worth more to me in this one instance than I could ever possibly pay for it." Why wait any longer to have the comfort, protection, money- and-labor saving of the telephone ? Drop in at our office and order a telephone today. It costs only a few cents a day. ' NORTHWESTERN iELL TELEPHONE COMPANY For The Man Who _ Wants to Save Money 11 H Neatly tailored shirt of extra good quality clean materials. Choice of color, Tauper or Tex green. Fully QQ(» Sanforized, flap button-down pockets jWWV GANGBUSTERS WORK Uniform Combinations TRY GANGBUSTERS SHIRTS TROUSERS Heavy weight drill pants, in the same $119 colors and patterns as above shirts— «p • • • «r Men's Sanforized Work Shirts Grey covert of blue* chambray full-cut dependable sizes and make. Every day low price— '•;/ ; .... i ii.«l* ! Other Burt Jfews. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown and Mrs, Milo Brown, all of Garner, visited Burt relatives Thursday, and Mrs. Milo Brown remained foi a few days at her brother E. u. Chipman's and C. B. Chipmans. The Browns live at the top of tne hill on No. 18 about four miles west of Garner and a mile and a half east of Duncan. Mrs Maudo Hanna and Mary Jean McDonald spent the week-end at Elmer Nelson's, Ames, and Alice Elghme and Marian Hoppe accompanied them that far, but went on to Des Molne® for the week-end. Mrs Arthur Tietz entertained the Lutheran Aid in the church basement Thursday, and the Walther League met the same evening, with Melvln and Marjorle Baas as hosts. The Methodist Golden Rule Sunday school class met with Lulu Hawcott Wednesday. Mrs. James Ollom entertained the .Birthday circle Thursday. Mrs. Lyle Johnson, Lake Crystal, Minn, and her children spent last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel. Mr., and Mrs. Otto Richmau, Klinger, visited Thursday at the R*v! L. Rlchmann's. The Messrs. Riohmann are brothers. Mrs Gordon Whitmore, of Sheldon, came Thursday .for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A- Or. Voientine. , Mrs. M. M, Chipman returned Wednesday from Marshalltown, where she visited her mother, who W Ray2nd Carter, Fort Dodge, spent several days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. a. Ci MrT R, C. Dremmel was taken by surprise when friends called Wednesday in honor of her birtn- IN SALES THROUGHOUT THE NATION! GENERAL MOTORS VALUE Because it's FIRST in PERFORMANCE! O L D ^* H *'DELB E R G BEER am Toebben, of Chicago, is spending few days with bis mother, Mrs, Anna Toebben. Bolt Jacobs, Brooklyn, visited o&htf' wA Thursday at his aunt" Mrs, P. I* Pratt's. It's faster on theget- away—it's stronger on hills—it's a much better all-round performer than other cars in its field.*.and it saves you money on gas, oil and upkeep. Because it's FIRST in FEATURES! Ixcluttv* Vacuum QaarthlH • N«w Atra-Slroam Styling, New •»««•• by Fiihor • Now Longer IMdlny-ioiB / e Chevrolet'* Famous Valvo-ln-Hegd Six e Perfected Hydraulic Brakes • New "Obtervatlon Car" Visibility • Perfected Knee-Action tiding System with Improved Jnoefcproof Steering (AwlfaW. M H*a*r P* l«» mod./, <m/y) • Tlptoe-Matle dutch. Because it's FIRST in VALUE! Dollar for dollar, feature for feature, car for car, it pives you more for your money than any other car in its price range— thanks to Chevrolet's volume leadership* 45c Boys' Chambray Work Shirts You buy them here for 19c Overalls Big 30 8-oz. Sanforized graduated bibs. Blue denim or stripes — all sizes, at , 98c Boys Overalls Here is a chance to stock up for the summer. All siz- Regular price 37c WORK | Pants I Genuine Sanforized Pair- = '•'as way covert — oxford grey = or forest green. Suitable 55 for any type of heavy work = es. will wSt* «» *T*to *°tel "!%*&$& *~ opened « week Moaday at the Kossuth CHEVROLET Tfe only (.w-priwl «r (omWm.9 "M WATS KST ff MNBT COM" Shoes Retan leather .uppers pak leather soles Rubber or leather heels Our regular value $1.95 Many stores sell these for more. Genuine 1 Rockford Sox HEAVY WEIGHT 2 pair for 25c 98c | Rubber Boots | Men's knee boots. Converse make ; S Pair $1.95 All sizes. Child's Oxfords Sturdy, long" wearing, black only. Dollar grade 69c BILE wiijbEBB^WS BAVS 500 KOMW^L *§*£** ®« * Jf .a,. • - **'^HS-JL J SSSS!^y^^^:i^w«B» ( .aiMi3B^viiita*»ii ~ v. "•4. °'ft l J-^ •. V"*t jf , ,J- ..-x , i >£., rX«

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