Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1939 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 23, 1939
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feBditor of Legionaire, at Corwith THE CUSS DAUGHTERS OF CLUB MEMBERS GIVE LIVERMORE PROGRAM FOR MOTHERS Llvermore, May 22—The 'Equally club met at Mrs. P. Murphy's Thursday, with' Mrs. Marie 'Hanson as hostess. The daughters of moth__ ers in the club entertained In a "T_ Commence-! program honoring (Mothers day. ^'SSodtat pat , 0- H11 X'landla and Men jrl»J F ?'T instrumental ' lechl , »Slon of speaker, ftsrss*. wr - MI "" ; Corwith High presentation ( of hrt; benediction, Daughters taking part, and their numberai were: Original poem on Mothers day, Lora Jean Hoganson; duets, Mother and That's What God Made Mothers For, Mary Opheim, Betty Conley; reading, What Matters? Llla Ruth Hoganson; reading, Which Loves the Best? Margaret Zigrang; book review of club Work, Bernadine Devlne musical readings, Lucky, Ginls and Ma's Tools, Underberg sisters. Mrs. J F. Hamm played the musical accompaniment. Mrs. Nelson, of Ottosen, a guest gave a talk, and Mrs. Opheim, local president, .responded. Other uests included Mrs. R. H. Clark, Mrs. L. F. Cockrill, Mrs. Kate fiaimmond, and Reta Murphy, Adalaide Patterson, Alice McCarthy, Betty Devlne, and Marguerite Wyman. The table arrangement was for a cafeteria luncheon—long, with a cover ot heavy white linen and crystal candelabrum holding fresh cut flowers of purple and gold, the cluib colors. Sprays of cut flowers were intermingled on the i* tr£,^s. * »i*"--"rcn.u.* »£• cloth between crystal. the dishes, also of Party for Two Birthdays— A party was given last week Tuesday at Mrs. Forest Harinon'f complimentary to the birthdays of WEST BEND PARTY LEAVES FOR THE SUMMER /N NEW MEXICO West Bend, May *2— Mr- » nd , Mrs. Lovell, Dlddy and Ruth, and Louise Noedlng left Saturday morning for Taos, N. M-, where the Needing girls will spend the sum* mer with a sister. Dlddy Is a local teacher. The party planned to travel via the Black Hills. The Rochester last week Monday, was lot much improved last week-end, ie has uremlc poisoning and Is unconscious part of the time. His son Donald Is with him. Mr. Cobb B a rural mall carrier here, and Ted Schmalen Is his substitute. Mrs. -Harmon and Mrs. Orln Jacob- son—29th for the (former, 39th for the latter. Neighbors in for the afternoon, brought lunch and gifts and bridge was played, Mrs. Lee Altgllvers and Mrs. Margare Sweeney winning prizes. Oldtlmcrs in Call Here- James Zigrang and John Bowes Des Mortnea, were here Wednesday, calling on friends and visiting thci H. L. Zigrangs. Both are former residents of Ltvermore They were .-—• ^rTiSta'tod by Mrs. Beron their way to Eagle Grove to at- »/"£ nowells tend the funeral of a friend. | nlece i*™ 6118 Mall Carrier In Hospital- Earl Cobb, who was taken Noedlng girls are daughters of the local Presbyterian pastor. Missionary Society Has Program— The home and foreign mission* ary society met with Mrs. Carl Vohs Friday, and the president, Mrs. B. P. McFarland, led devotions. The program was: hymn Thee Every Hour, Mrs at the piano; reading in Corinth; piano solo Jean Vohs. Mrs. Vohs served Other Llvermore News* Postmaster Frank Baumgardner| attended the recent Farley, ing at Des Molnes. fofistiltlr Going the Bounds- Little Shirley Krug was sick last week with tonsilitis. There seems to be an epidemic of tonsilitis here. Mrs. Raymond Wilson is confined to bed by a bad case, of tonsilitis. School Vacation Is On— The public schools closed Friday, and the high school picnicked at Twin Lakes, the grades at the local park. Other West Bend. Adolph Mikes and his sons tlon at Fort Dodge last weefe Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. C. Koagsback got home Saturday from Tulsa, Okla., where she had spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Curtis Black. Relatives here received word Friday of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butcher, of Des Molnes. ,. . a William Riley has had his porch screened. Mrs. Rlley enjoys being outside on nice days in her wheel chair. Frank, Paul, and Adolph Mikes attended a beef feeders' meeting at Ames Friday. JoTin Ford Is reported somewhat better at Rochester. POPULAR BOOKS ON LIBRARY'S SHELVES The Algona library has 18 of 20 books listed by the Wilson Bui- Frank, Paul, and Harold attended letln for Libraries aa most popu- a banquet at a butchers' conven-1 lar In 27 largest city libraries. The local library also has thw of f If» leading children's books listed. New books received at the 11* brary recently are: They Wahl&i To Live, Cecil Roberts. , ^ Betrayal In Central Europe, O. E. R. Gedye. Frost Flower, Helen Hull. Abraham Lincoln in Illinois (play), Robert E. Sherwood. I Carried a Vagabond, Rachel Latta Frank. Days of Our Years, Pierre Paas- sen. Reaching for the Stara, Nora Wain. .The last four books on the foregoing list are among a $25 gift of books from the Woman's club. Musical lowana, 1838-1&38, prepared by the Iowa Federation of woman's clubs, is another new book, this one given by the Bel Canto club. . Still .another new book Is Civilization Against Cancer, by Clarence Cook Little, So. D. Copies of thte book have been distributed to public libraries by the Iowa Division of the Woman's Field Armf against cancer. V^J^-ifcSii ,.i. .Arirntnrv- T'wS Sadoff, flowf, > r ' J teal and wine; motto. lW ns Patient Effort. '"'"JLnneth Wllhlte, 'Mllb ?' Veronica Kelch, Dale I. v . ero " ^n^nnte, , Ernest ier, Ken- Johnson, ed the book, Promenade, by G. B.! Lancaster. 'Elmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamm, was taken to the Park hospital, Mason City, one day last week for treatment for mastoid Infection. His father is at the hospital with him. •Manager William Wood, of the North Iowa elevator, has had the interior, off his office reSins'hed, and the old roof has been replaced by a new rubberold roof. The O. E. S. Circle held an all- day quilting bee at the home of Mrs. Glenn Barracks Friday. The quilt will be sent to an Eastern Star home at Boone. i DJ-. and Mrs. P. E. Walley attended a convention of Iowa osteopathic, physicians and surgeons at. Des'Moines Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Herschber ger attended the recent tulip fes tival at Pella. farmers Organize New Burt Elevator iBurt, May 22—A meeting of armers and others who have pur- :hased stock in a proposed new elevator company was held last week Monday evening. It is proposed that the new company shall take the place of the Burt Farmers' Exchange, whose charter expires June 1. Sufficient stock hae been sold to buy out the old com pany. It has been decided to cal the new company Burt Co-Opera live elevator. The company wil have seven directors, already elect ed: Elza Woltz, John Bahllng, P F. Kriethe, Tom Trenary, Rosco Mawdsley, R. S. McWhorter. Busl ness will be begun June 1, whei the former company goes out o business. LotU Creek || V/A Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, Fenton, to Fort Dodge last Thursday, and all called on John Haasft, patient at -the (Lutheran lospital. • I Margaret Fiene returned to Mason City Thursday after having helped care for her father, the Rev. Ernst Flene, who Is recovering from an operation. Margaret Is a nurse. YOU GET A,V-8 FILE FOLDBRS-r-WE HAVE 500 legal size file folders, off color. Sell regularly at $2.60 per 100. While they last at $1.50—The Advance. 18U I OFFICE SUPPLIES, DATING stamps, hand punches, files. Everything you need!—Ask Advance. t, Rita Faye Foley, Lu- iriuskt Burlette Erlckson, Dunlap, Eva Mae Gee. •.„ , AnxlHarT^ 08 Pr ° en " im r: t le Legion Auxiliary met, last t Tuesday at the Legion hall, embers and five officers at- tag. Reports were given and ks made for a memorial iban- afthe hall this week Thurs- J Mrs Perry DeGroote was ap- Ited kitchen chairman; Mrs. t, Welter, dining-room chair. Poems were read **.*". l vey Enfield and Mrs.. ATtnur It. Marilyn Gouge Played f «J .solo, accompanied at tne fco by Marie Halllgan, and ilia Higgle gave a reading. The ilor Girls' Auxiliary No 2. met •the Rosemary Beers home Sat- TW. . . ttt Esthers Name Officers— . .Tie Queen (Esthers held a montn- fmeetlng last week Monday at i Scott's, and officers were in.: President Alice Haus- ,h; vice, Harriet Oxley; record. secretary-treasurer, Virginia Illey; corresponding secretary, tores Scott; supply secretary, jrlene Dean; pianist, Evelyn jer; reporter, Lillian Clapsad- ; program committee, Mrs. Laid Hauswirth, Helen De- [oote, Darlene Dean, Alice Haus- jrlh; poster committee, Luella ;gle, Marilyn Gouge. After bus^ i a pot luck dinner was serv- Inic at Methodist Church- Tie Methodist W. F. M. S. had a Jilc Wednesday evening In honor (the Mystery Mothers.of the so-; tty and the Queen Esther daugh- (rs. The Mystery Mothers" were laled to the Queen Esthers by idkerchieves with names at- |ched, found in a treasure hunt. J. M. Gehrt and "Mrs. P. E. alley were hostesses. The pic- i was held at the church, the lather being cool. JMMra House is Sold— . IB. A, Ross completed a deal last I «k with Martha Nauman, Ames, lereiy he became owner of 1 the I puman house. Miss Nauman re- tned home Thursday. The house is built 38 years ago by H. E. tol. Charles Nauman, once a I Wker here, bought it eight years «f. A. R. Gardiner, local lum- ' dealer, has rented the house | the last eight years, DOLLARS FREE Friday and Saturday Only at CUTT TCL BROWNBILT OtllLi I O SHOE STORE EACH PAIR OF JAPONICA, WHEAT LINEN, PATENT LEATHER AIRSTEP SHOES SELLING FOR $5 OR MORE WILL HAVE A FREE SILVER DOLLAR INCLUDED WHEN WRAPPED UP. JAPONICAS WHEAT LINEN PATENT LEATHER IN OUR USED NEW STYLES RIGHT PRICE TO FIT YOUR FOOT THE NEW BEND-EZE LASTEX TOP HOSE—REGULAR $T,25 VALUE, FOR DOLLAR DAYS ONLY Just two days at this introductory price 89C pair AND ALL THIS BESIDES: 1 Every reconditioned Ford V-8 is renewed with factory parts! 2 Every renewed V-8 is modern in engineering— 3 Up-to-date in modern style for thousands of miles to come. 4 Every Ford V-8 reconditioned by a Ford dealer has received organized thoroughness of renewal which sets it apart from ordinary used cars. 5 Your local Ford dealer's reputation stands behind every Ford V- 8 he sells! ^^ • ' The feature that sets every Ford head-and- shoulders above its price field in performance is the V- 8 engine -still the newest thing in the low price field even after eight years. Whatever make or model you'd like your next car to be, see your Ford dealer first. The choice he has for you is big, because he sells new cars in three price groups. His prices are lowest right now because he's anxious to move his used car stock fast The bargains he can offer you are most dependable because he reconditions cars with such systematic thoroughness. That s how he's built the reputation you ought to have behind the next car you buy! • Your preset car will probably be sufficient for the down The balance can be faken care of in a«ractfve terms to suit any — Arc Hostesses—' [The Britt chapter of the O; E.| • entertained the Corwith chap- !r last week Monday night, and ram here attending were Mes-l ames Gladys Wood, Mildred Gas- P, Louise Gaskill, Mabel . Stull, Kigali Maw, Fannie Barracks, El'"- Bonnstetter, Lennav Walley, .nee Smith, Pern. Paulson; Mr. ilttt also attended, ' . Neighbors Club Meets— / «e Jolly Neighbors met Wed- waday at Mrs, David Johnson's, Perry DeGroote assisting, i call was answered with •> «. recl P es - There was> also I* "We exchange. The rest of NEW SUMMER WHITES ARE HERE Ford Dealers' Pre-Summer Sale Used Cars - Trucks THE SALE OF SALES! SEE THESE TODAY! THE CAR YOU WANT AT THE PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY LOWEST PRICES ! ALL KINDS - MODELS m ..4' "* '; •X' -T— •"•*>, juviai barber, «»< to Vinton last week Sun•,.„„ y . word of the serious sksk- I« e »a of his father, Ralph Sanders, neumonla and died the >i. I ?,, day< ^un»ral service's 1 held Thursday. * -' Other Falrrlew, rs i Claire W. Genung ^nd her | Lynne and Robert wllj Uve the former's unole, Av • R. n er, here this summer,' after • «hool at New Hampi9 ft C lo 9 • me younger son, Robert, w^s. itl? 1 ! 11 !^ 0118 lagt veek^aj coni extant f ro , m the ^^ -^ x-_ .. first L\. Special for Dollar Pays, Claussuer. ReguUr $1.15 value $1.00 SHILTS Brownbilt Shoe Store ' 1938 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe 7,000 miles, can't be told from new. Save plenty of dollars —^— • ' ' 1936 Olds Sedan Good tires, motor reconditioned. Good paint and upholstery. Special price of 1936 Dodge Coach Tires and motor very good. S365 A real buy at ^ —^—— «P*»ww 1935 Chevrolet Coach Repossessed, will sell at finance figures 1933 Chevrolet Coach Good tires. Motor o, k. $195 New paint -** ' ** w 1938 Ford 60 Tudor Looks and runs like new, Has trunk and heater. A real buy at 1937 Ford Tudor With-heater and radio. Good tires, nice finish. A snap at —„„- — 1936 Ford Deluxe Tudor \Withtrunkandheater. Good tires $335 and motor. This week only __.,«irww 1935 Ford Tudor A little rough. Priced to sell as it is, at 1934 Ford Coupe Motor overhauled. Good tires. Has heater. Will sacrifice at And M«*ny Others to Choose From-Do^t Delay! Your Present Cw or Truck May Make the Down Payment — Liberal Terms on Balance Kent Motor Co. ''-•-I MERCURY ZEPHYR _ .//* -J£ \. "i—I..** -* K •* ".. J-t-vfT-iS*** •>•*> - ,. '

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