Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1939 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 2, 1939
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in gift watches for the CLASS OF '39 Elgintanctr. Smart, Uur. , ISjewb. 3VANCfe, ALQONA. IOWA &jj^^^ > V See ELGIN • Commencement — climax of the youthful ambition of your graduate — and a tribute to hie success. You'll want to mark this day of days in a worthy way. So choose the finest of all graduation gifts— a star-timed Elgin watch. The smartness and accuracy of our newest Elgins appeals directly to youth. And our moderate Elgin prices will ap- pecl to you! Before the Party FBEE Thorough inspection and cleaning of your diamond. Borchardt Drug Store TWO MORE ARE NOW ENROLLED IN THE NAVY •Livermori May 1—,Arthur Olson and Harold Puller.tpn have left for the Great Lakes naval training station near Chicago. They had for some time been awaiting a call. Arthur is the son of Mr. arid Mrs. Oscar Olson; Harold, of Mr and Mrs. Richard Fullerton. Two other young men, James Sykes and John Pox, who have served for ' some years in the navy, have been here on furlough. James is the ison of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sykes; I John, of Mr. and Mrs. John Fox Sr. I Three other Livermore boys went : to Port Dodge last week and took navy examinations: Herbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Holmes; Oren Zeaman, son of Mrs. Myrtle Bachman; and Lawrence,, son of | Mr. and Mrs. John Seger. Herbert I passed and was accepted, subject ! to call later. Club Ten Honors the Seniors- Ail annual Equality club tea for high school seniors and faculty was held at Mrs. Ernest Boyd's Thursday, more than 50 attending There were 20 seniors, the faculty and Mrs. Cockrill, wife of the superintendent. As guests were greeted in the receiving line by Mrs. Leith Opheim and Mrs. Nellie Devine, and were ushered to their places, music was furnished by Jean Merris at the piano. Mrs Bernadine Hoganson and Mrs. Gertrude Boyd poured, with Mrs. Ardis Hamrn, Mrs. Maude Wilson and Mrs. Ruth Shaw as dining room attendants. The program included an address of welcome, by Mrs. Mabel Paulson, response by Sterling Logue, two musical readings by Mrs. Alice Hughes, with Shirley Smith as accompanist, and a song written by Mrs.' Catherine Donovan. To the Seniors of 1939, with Mrs. Paulson a« accompanist.' Clubs Have Elected Officers New officers of the Equality club elected Thursday at Mrs. Carl Underberg's are Mrs. Nellie Dumphy president; Mrs. Marie Hanson THE POCKETBOOK of KNOWLEDGES . f ANNIM* A WWetlON Of THI INCOMt IT (AftNBD IO VMRi AW— l*K6f A TOTAL TAKtS. WflNTS M4UID ANNUttlV M« WODUCTS TO aiVI tlTTIH LtVINfli AMD MOU UOK TO AMIRICANt INCREASED wme THAN «,700%/ . IN JAMAICA, TicH WUT INDIBS, TOBACCO IS SOLD BV P6R ,H*T* HOUR WHAT IT COST* TO SUPPtY THE ASSEMBLY llNK Of THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY WITH CARTS AND HMTtRIAlS WHEN PRODUCTION A 6OOD... ant Million OOUARf 4A/ nova.' ARC UStO TO TRANSPORT RABBEL.4 OP UHKlcfSSAHy nual picnic In July at tnteriftkea Chinese Checkers and 600 wer felayed. Attending -were Mr. am Mrs. 'George Jentz and 1 son Gerald Mr, and Mr*. F. P. Mueller, Viola and Dolorls, and Mr. and Mrs. H H. Dreyer and daughter, Alvlna and Ruth. Young Conple Married— . Henrietta, daughter of Mrs. Hans Mortensen, and Russell, son of Mr and Mrs. Chris Geronsin, were married a week ago Saturday al the Methodist parsonage in Esther- vllle, the Rev. Fred Ortmeyer, of- clciatlng. Mr. and Mrs. Geronsln are making their home for the present with Carl Mbrtenaen, a brother of Mrs. Geronsin, who lives on f, farm north of town. Slster-ln-Law Is Dead— The Edw. Weisbrods and Edw. Schleis received word Thursday of .he death of Mrs. Flora Schlei, of {lemme, early that day. Funeral tervlces were held Sunday at Clemme. Mrs. Schlei is a slster- nr-law of Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod and Edw. Schlei, and has visited here many' times. To Tench at Lone Bock— iLeona Borchardt, daughter of fir. and Mrs. Otto Borchardt, armers living north of Fenton, who has taught three or four years in the rural school four miles north o'f Fenton, has been hired; to teach 'fifth and sixth grades ,in Lone Rock for the next school year. Attend Pocaliontes Etent- Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, MrS. J. A. G. Smith, Mrs. J. G. Waterman and Mrs. Don Weisbrod attended Achievement day at the court house In Pocahontas Wednesday. Their work was on foods and nutrition that Kossuth studied this year. Four from Algona also attended. To Yislt in Missouri- Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and son Ray left Friday morning for Advance, Mo., to visit a week at Glendon. Shrum's.' They will be accompan- ed home by Mrs. Shrum and small daughter Romona Ann. Mrs. Shrum s the former Ella Dreyer, daugh- er of Mrs. Dreyer. fengcl House Is Sold— Gus Haack, lurchased the _„ firs. J. Hengel, better known as he George Reber property, occu-' >led by the Allan Bellingers. The laacks plan to move in as soon as the Bollinger,family vacates. Hunch Volgt Is Married— Blanche Volgt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Volgt, and Fred Hutchinson, of Terril, were mar- ied at Esthervllle a week ngo Mr, «nd Mr*. MutcrVln Oilier Feiitoi Hew*. St. John's .iqttWfttl^Atd t: Wednesday afternoon lif church basement.; MostaMds" Titman Clarence We'gener, - ftn< wlber Yager, The Walttfef Le&gu< me6ts Thursday at 8 6'clfcck Ifl th church basement. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, and Mrs Mans Wll'be'rg, the 'latter of Ring sted, spent Thuriday visiting rel atlves at Kiron, and with James Schwartz, of Dennlson, and Kar Schwartz, Rockwell City. The Dorcas Sewing circle met last Tuesday afternoon 1 at the home of Mrs. Arthur Mueller, Mrs Lofcts Creek, has house owned by OPTOMETRIST EXTRA GLASSES — Before leaving on thitt trip, Junto a duplicate pair made and be safe from breaks. . A. W. AMUNSpN Optometrist Above Borchard Drug Store 1 .. sta w -"«« Klatt, Mrs n ef6 Kramer Ray SUBJECT SAFETY Htatfon for ,,f St Super 302 E.SUt« Phone 798 ' -" -i*.*i 1V j -L leiiiQUJi vice; Mrs. Leith Opheim, recording secretary; Mrs. Maude Elder, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Rose Smith, treasurer. Chosen officers of the Twentieth Century club at Mrs. Bertha Baessler's recently were Mrs. Doris Olson, president; Mrs. P. Pooch, vice; Mrs. Martha Wilson, recording .secretary; Mrs. Maxine Hauck, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Baessler, treasurer. School Staff All Reflected— The school faculty has been honored by unanimous vote of the board to offer every teacher I am looking into the thing called appearance and find— The ivell dressed man doesn't need a lot of clothes: he just has to keep the clothes he does own fastidiously dry cleaned. Personally — I find Your Name service perfect! Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537 election. Some haYe already signed contracts, and it. is understood that the rest expect to do so. There are ten teachers: Supt. L. E. Cockrill, Hermit Shaw, Alvin Bredall, Elizabeth Devine, Miriam Evans, Florence Warren, Rita Murphy, Kate Hammond, Marguerite Wyman, Adelaide Patterson. Minneapolis Speaker Heard— The Lions club had dinner at the town hall last week Monday evening, and the meal was served by the Smith Cafe. Speaker was M. A. Godfrey, Minneapolis. A pro- motoii in which the club is much interested in is organization of a boy scout troop. Some club members will attend a Lions inter-city WOMEN'S CLUB OFFICERS AT FENTON NAMED Pen ton, May 1 — The Woman's club met last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Mrs. E. K. Johnson, assistant hostess. Fifteen members answered roll call with a favorite garden poem. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. J. A. G. Smith; vice, Mrs. Ernest Votteler; secretary, Mrs. George Boettcher; treasurer, Mrs. E. W. Ruske; and historian, Mrs. E. J. Prank. Mrs. W. E. Laage gave a paper on, Garden Pests and their Control, and Mrs. W. T. Ohm read a paper on, Right and Wron? Bouquet Arrangement. Joan Meyer SMS, lowing committee: Mrs. Mr. and d Mrs. Waterman, Mr. and Mrs. George Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Milton. Weisbrod, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod. Juniors-Seniors to Banquet— The junior-senior banquet will be held at the Kermoor hotel, Eni- metsburg, Friday.^ Commencement exercises are May 18 at the school gymnasium, and the Rev. Mr. Brown, of Omaha, is the main speaker. Robert Votteler and Marjorie Voigt have been chosen to.write the class will, Lucille Meyer and Mary Ann Bonn the class history,' and Ruth Kabeltz and Faith Pinnestad have completed the words of the class song. Annual Picnic Scheduled— The A. A. L. group met CARE of ycpr motor begins with motor oil... high quality oil that is clean duty...and then stays clean for the longest time possible. But how can you tell about oil quality when you buy? Very simply. Look last . . Tuesday evening at A. R. Will- During the business meet„- „»,„... ^.iv^^ v. *• ---- — _...* o i,**^ *-"JLOlllCOO liiCC t~ ;ave a piano selection and the pro- in s it was decided to have the an- gram closed with a humorous poem by Mrs. P. P. Newel. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod conducted a qui/. eon- tc-st. A two course luncheon was served by the hostesses, assisted ml Mesdames L. J. Weisbrod Melviu Mansager. meeting at Wednesday. Garner this week > TA81ETS •^ FOR MV CHICKS' T DRINKING /\ WATER Gut a package for YOUR chicks today! Lusby's Drug SERVICE'STATION Authorized Member: Dr. Salsbury'i Nation-wide Poultry Health Service Woman's Birthday Honored— 'Mrs. Janet Ristau was taken by surprise Thursday evening when four, friends—Mrs. Myrtle Bachman, Mrs. Libbie Brown, Mrs Estelle Hewitt, Clara Malin—invaded her home while she was away and prepared for her return. Mrs Brown baked a birthday cake, and the others completed the' lunch. Mrs. Ristau received gifts. Boy Scout Troop 1'Ianned— This community is extending thanks to Van Hiserodt for organizing a group of boy scouts. As a former army man, he is considered just the fellow to handle the lads. As soon as a charter arrives, organization will be completed. 1'atlent is Brought Home'— Oscar Olson, patient at a Port Dodge hospital a few weeks, is at home again, but in weakened condition and will probably be bedfast a tew more weeks. First, Mr Olson was a flu patient, then he contracted pneumonia. Stroke, Victim Cared For— Zelma Clark is at the Prank Collins home, northeast of town car- nig for Mr. Collins, who suffered anther stroke recently and has since been in serious condition. Other Livermore News. Doctor and Mrs. Wiggins, who recently returned from Rochester where they spent several weeks! -Mrs. Wiggins having an operation, were pleased to be remembered by Livermore friends on their recent golden anniversary, when they received many cards, flowers, or delicacies. Doctor Wiggins, now retired, was for many years pastor of the Presbyterian church here. Fenton IHrthday Club Elects— The Happy Birthday club met Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Sigurd Olsen's, with 20 members and the following guests present: Mrs. George Goetsch, Mrs. Teinus Thompson, Mrs. Louisa Lowman, Mrs. Fred Jensen, and Mrs. Ted Linderland. The annual business meeting was held, and officers elected: president, Mrs. Dale Long; vice, Mrs. John Kerber; secretary, Mrs. Chris Thompson; treasurer, Mrs. William Juhl; flower committee, Mrs. A. J. Kennedy, and Mrs. Sigurd Olsen. The birthdays of Mrs. Juhl and Mrs. Oscar Solberg were celebrated. The entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Chris Thompson and Mrs. John Kerbei The refreshments committee waa Mrs. Ir'vin Solberg and Mrs. Sigurd Olsen. S. S. Picnic is Bated— Oliver Stoeber's Sunday school class held a party Thursday evening in the church basement. The picnic will be held May 28 at Tuttle lake. The losing side of a contest is to furnish ice cream. Vari- YET THE NEW DODGE EVEN LESS THAN LAST YEAR'S DODGE ! . for the name Phillips 66. When you see that Orange and Black Shield on the can, you can select your lubricant with as much confidence as an expert who has witnessed every step in the refining process. Remember, Phillips refines many oils. The highest grade among them all, the greatest value, the one we proudly call our finest quality is Phillips 66 Motor Oil. Try it, at the Oran K e and Black 66 Shield. " ! E9M ill I m \ki Fill IIIIM ^ HARMS OIL CO., Distributors, Klamp Super Serried Ed Johnson's Service! FBEE AIR, FREE water, free tests—you bet! And then, of course, if you want to buy gasoline and oil, we've got them, too! —be seem' you!—• Johnson's 0-X SERVICE Mr. and. Mrs. Don Weisbrod visited last Tuesday evening with Mrs. Arthur Rave in Ringsted. Mr. Rave at the present time is taking treatments at a hospital in Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. William Stigman submitted to an 9peration for the removal of a tumor at a hospital in Emmetsburg last Tuesday. Dr. J. A. Mueller performed the operation. Joe Ranney, Elk River, Minn., I and Vernon Tubbs, of Marshall, Minn., visited recently at 0. J. Ranney's. Joe and O. J. are brothers. The Rev. and Mrs. J. a. Waterman attended, the Algona district I W. H, M. S. convention at.CorJwith JThursday. ! in New . ,, Brishi.2Z.f2 Semi-Gloss You'll be DELIGHTED with the charming decorative effects obtainable with this lovely, soft MODERN finish for walls, ceilings or woodwork. American SEMI-GLOSS gives Sheen- Without-Shine — diffuses light perfectly WITHOUT eye-tiring glare. Brushes easily. Dries fasft Stays bright and clean LONGER. An artistic sanitary, 'NEXPENSIVE finish for homes, hospitals or tchools. » Semi-Glow GO TO YOUR DODGE DEALER AND Judge for Yourself What Car Gijes Most for Your Money! E :SS money... more car! That's Dodge this year! But don't take our word for it. Go see the new Luxury Liner before you decide on any car. Take a look at all its exciting new features! New gearshift at steering wheel! ...New Safety Signal" speedometer !... New headlights in fenders for safer night driving!.-. .Plus the- great Dodge "Scotch Dynamite" Engine, famous for its sensational savings on g as and oil! See your Dodge dealer today I SEMH3LOSS RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY A City Store With Country TAKE A LOOK! N«w geue gage compartment, 27% larger! It's Jnv, s ,bl e ~ completely concealed beneath windstreamed rear ensemble I Three bellboys needed to carry M the- luggage it will holdl /•*"»• DODGE Look Your BeSt at Graduation Time! Buy one of lender's smart, new single or double breasted suits in green/ blue, gray or brown. ?™^^^ Complete to Match A new Arrow or Marlboro shirt and tie to match every suit. Shirts 1.65-$8 Tics 65c - $1 -^KjM., ^'iBj^ "Values Supr m . •"•••• - ••' Crosby Square and Rodney Court shoes m SWY) green and pay, tan an$-blonde, brown and white, 4,95 M o&M'im '•<W:-,/>*,,, H -, : rf.,,,, J ,.-r,^ . ---- •>••:> J.,; j-,;., ^ f m •«'>aj<mf T,5iT <

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