Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1939 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 23, 1939
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PAGE POUR cotmrr AWAKCIS. ALQONA. IOWA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Brown, Omaha Radio Pastor, Talks at Fenton LAWYERS W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON & MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 314. Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAR Attorney-at-L>aw Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. . OKlce phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa Attorneys-at-Law LDWAN & LYNCH Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. bldg Algona, Iowa. HARRINGTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe Phone 287 R. J. H. 440 TAN NESS & BRUNSON Lawyers Office in new Heise block Phone 213 Algona, Iowa G. D. Shumway E. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys~-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 58 Algona, Iowa L. A. WINKEL County Attorney Attorney-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 206 Algona, Iowa P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J.; Res. 315 A. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Security State bank bldg. TWENTY PUPILS GET DIPLOMAS IN EXERCISES Fenton, May 22—Commencement exercises were held Thursday night at the school^ gymnasium, and the Rev. R. R. Brown., radio pastor from Omaha, Was speaker. The program follows: Commencement march, Betty Jean Schwartz, LaVonne Newel; America, audience; invocation, the Rev. J. G. Waterman. Methodist pastor; song, girls' glee clulb under direction of Anna Finn; introduction of speaker, Supt. M. E. Otterness; address, Mr. Brown; presentation of' diplomas, Otto Borchardt, president of the school board; song, boys' vocal group; class song, graduates; benediction, MOTHERS DAY IS OBSERVED BY THE PORTLAND PROGRESS CLUB Mr Waterman. The valedictorian was Lucille Meyer; the salutatorian, Mary Ann Bohn. The graduates were Marjorie Phone 251 Algona, Iowa MAURICE C. McMAHON Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise bldg. Phone 325 Algona, Iowa DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rcxall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 Voigt, Ruth Kaibelltz, Faith Finnestad, George Pertl, Lucille Meyer, Duane Widdel, Robert Krause, Esther Leudtke, Mary Ann Bohn, Mary Jane Eigler, Esther Kadlng. Laura Boettcher, Ruth Mae Kyhl, Sarah Burwash, Robert Votteleiv Irene Laabs, Geneva Olaus, Donald Bergeson, Everett 'Mueller, and John Schmidt. Annual School Picnic Given— Friday marked the close of another school year for Fenton, and, as has been the custom, a community picnic with program took place. At 11:30 report cards and letters for athletics were given out. There was an exhibit in each grade rooms, also in manual train^- ing and home economics. Dinner was served in the recreation room, each family bringing food, coffee being furnished by the P. T. A. An after-dinner program was: piano duet, Georgia Gerhart, Mary Georgie Newel; style show, home economics class; ball game, Fenton vs. Whittemore academy; music school band. Grade Operetta is Presented— The grade operetta, Punch and Judy, postponed some time ago because of bad roads, then again because of an epidemic of measles was presented -Friday night in the school gymnasium. Characters were taken by pupils from the grades under direction of Miss Finn, teacher. This was a two-ad operetta, and the scene was aa old attic. A large audience attend- Portland Twt>., May 22—Forty^, five members ,of the Portland! Progress club met Thursday at the Burt Legion hall for a Mothers day meeting, and roll call was answered with quotations on mother. Home, Sweet Home was sung, and round table discussion on moth- rs 1 .problems was conducted by a roup of the women. A solo was sung by Iva Marie Brayton, Erna Baars, Burt teacher, •ccompanying, and a game in harge of Mrs. Mennett Trunkhill was played. • Mrs. Earl Shipler resigned as ecretary, and Mrs. Trunkhill was lected. Hostesses were Mesdames E. B. Mttmer, S. M. Peterson, George Banning, Alfred Godfredson, Edw. Smth, Samuel Winchell, David Weber, and Henry Smith. Bnrt Clnb at Grorers'— Forty members of the Fellowship club,' Burt, met at William Grover's for a lawn and campflre party Thursday evening. Games were played, and lunch was served C. H. CRETZ3IEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith block Phones 444-310 Algona, Iowa MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theatre bldg. Phones: Business, 166; res., 788 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Hutchison bldg. Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174 KARL R. HOFFMAN , Dentist Office in New Heise bldg. Phones: Office, 44; res., 116 A. J. EASON Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phones: Office, 59; residence, 859 INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION $19,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson, secretary LOANS AXW INSURANCE MUIITAGH & SON Farm Loans Real Estate Insurance and Bonds Hutchison building Phone 105 Your Money's Worth in EKAL ESTATK, KKAL ESTATE LOANS, AND INSURANCE JOEL 51. 1IKKHST Office over la. State lilt. Phone !) Algona, Iowa See D. D. PAXSOJT For Town Dwelling, Househol Goods, and Automobile Insurance Do not neglect your policy for of ten loss occurs when insuranc lapses. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVAKC Weekly Newspaper Founded i 1901. Entered as Second - Clas Matter December 31, 1908, at tr Postoffice at Algona, Iowa, Unde the Act of March 2. 1879. Phones 306-307 I'LL. THAT SHOTS-UN MOW= / SOLD SOME j STUFF FROM THE ATTIC , WITH A VVAMTAP and Caps, Capes Plamned— The band mothers club met las reek Monday evening to plan foi aising money to purchase bant aps and capes. The first projec rill 'be a pie social on the opening ight of the summer band concerts Vednesday May 31. B. Woman's Project Planned- Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. J Smith attended an all-day meet ng at. the Bancroft school build £ Friday to help write the com ng year's Farm Bureau woman's onie project on home furnishings enton Patient Has Operation— Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod had a ma or operation Thursday at th Cossuth hospital. Dr. J. A. Muel er was in charge. FKNlON NKAVS Mrs. Charles Schemmel, Swea ity, visited at (E. C. Weisbrod' nd George Boettcher's Thursda nd Friday, and attended the com mencement exercises and other ac ivities. Mrs. Schemmel's niece .aura Boettcher, was a member o he graduating class. Edith Laage, Florence Weisbrod nd Mrs. Minnie Starke, all of De Moines, came Friday for the week Mid at C. F. C. Laage's, Will Weisbrods, and O. J. Ranney's espectively, and Mrs. Starke remained for a longer visit. The Methodist Aid met Thurs- lay at the church, and Mrs. Fred Brown read a tribute to mothers. After a 'business meeting lunch was seilved by Mesdames Anna Osborn, Fred Brown, and Edward iml Milton Weisbrod. Oliver Stoeber, accompanied by Klrby Smith, the latt&r of Burt, attended a New York Life agents' meeting at Waterloo Saturday, and Stoeber visited the Jim Messiers at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Will Weisbrod returned Wednesday from Hull, where she had been a week at her daughter Mrs. Hugo Denker's, Mrs. Denker is a patient in a hospital there. Leo Goeders, Estherville, visited Thursday evening at Fred Bonn's and attended the commencemenl exercises, in which his niece, Mary Ann Bohn, was graduated. Alfred Meyer and his father, John Meyer, spent Wednesday afternoon in Algona with Mrs. Mary Harsch. Mr. and Mrs. John Light drove to Iowa Falls Wednesday for a indoors. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, Esther and Ruth Hodgson, Erna Baars, Burt music teacher, and Harold Grover. Picnic for No. 5 School- Ninety pupils, parents! and friends, with the teacher, Vera Carlson, of the No. 5 school, had a picnic .at -David -Weber's last weak Sunday. (Races were run by the children, and the young men •won a fast baseball .game -from the older men. Girl Confined to Bed- Jane Keith is sick with rheumatic fever, and will probably be In bed another week. Other Portland News. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson entertained Mesdames S. M. Peterson, George Lannlng, Samuel Winchell, Harold Nelson, and the latter's little son Waterloo Friday afternoon. Howard Carlson Is at home from the COC camp at .Bancroft and is painting the new John Koestler house on the outside. two special songs, and Elnora and .William Boldridge sang a duet, ,My Mother. At the close of Sunday school the primary pupils sang Mothers day song. The Aid met Thursday at the church, with Mrs. K. P. Roney as hostess. SEXTON IRVINGTON CLUB HAS PROGRAM IN MOTHERS' HONOR [Held From Last Week.] Irvington, May 16—The Cresco Imbroidery club met Wednesday, with Mrs. A. J. . Brown, 'Mrs: Brown's daughter-in-law,. Mrs. Florence Brown, assisting.' Each mem'ber had been; requested to jriug her mother or a substitute. There was an attendance of 30. The meeting was opened with the lord's Prayer, and roll call was a-nswered with remarks about. "M r 7'and "Mrs."BeVt^E."Sanders mother. Mrs. Zelba Brown gave a left Wednesday for Omaha, where i»aanlncy -im Iraamin tr -nrlrn TVTrtrrmr S mr n * . .... Mrs. • Otto vNeuman; was '• taken' by surprise -last week .Monday even- Ing, when 15 friends : arrived to help here celebrate a 'birthday. The time was spent at games, and Mrs. Neuman was presented with two plants. Lunch was served. A birthday cake was made iby her daughter, Mrs. Veda Hedrick, Irvington IRVINGTON BOY ON THE COAST PHONES HOME Irvington, May 22—Mrs. Beda Watson and her sons were somewhat startled one night last week, •when they -were awakened by a long distance phone call from San Francisco. The call was from John Watson, who had no bad news,-but'only.Wanted to say hello.' He had been to the exposition and had taken advantage of low rates on telephone calls. It was early in the evening there, and John may not have realized how much later it was here, but the home folks were glad to hear his voice anyhow. John's father, who for some years was railroad agent here, is also in California. Funeral Guests Stop Here- Mrs. H. T. Sabln and Mrs. Stella Sabln, entertained at "the latter's home Thursday the guests who had come from away to attend the Solomon funeral at Spencer. They were the Lloyd Solomons, Riceville; Mrs. Charles Moose, Flint, Mich.; Mrs. Solomon, Spencer; and the John Johnsons, Algona. Mrs. F. D. Solomon was to accompany her daughter (Mrs. Moose) to Flint and spend the summer there. She and her daughter were to visit a few days at Riceville before going to Flint. Missionary Society Meets Friday— The missionary society met Friday, and roll call was answered .with scripture, verses containing 'the word grace. The Rev." Mr. English -led devotionals, and Mrs. H. T. Sabln had charge of a lesson on ISpanishi-speakin'g Americans and Latin America. Mrs. Sabin gave a report on the Medel'lin bus, which travels in Colombia, South Amer- ™ \ dren, all of Bancroft Mrs. Dole and her children will leave In a week for Woodbine, where Mr. Dole win be employed tor the summer. Fir Orer Parental Home- ' Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Colwell, Ledyard, and her fiance, a Mr. Reynolds, passed over the L. E. Colwell home .here Friday on the way to and from Fort Dodge. Mr. Reynolds Is an aviator, and the couple often come this way, flying low enough to wave to any relative who happens to be In sight. Floyd Is a brother of L. E. here and of Hugh at Algona. F."D. Solomon Is'Bead- Mr, and Mrs. H. T. Sabln, son Ronald and Mrs. Stella Sabln attended the funeral of F. D. Solomon, Spencer, Wednesday. Mr Solomon, who was a brother-in- law of Mrs. Stella Sabln, had been In poor health for years." Other Irvlniftoii. Marvel Dole and Gerald Frank were In the group of academy students who attended a convention at Sioux City on Mothers day, am others were Maxine Capesius and William Courtney. All were.ac companied by Sisters Bernadlm and Edmunda, of Algona. Mesdnmes Charles Raney and Rasmus Olson, Uvermore, were ters M»!dr«d, LucJle, and Bt*lrn, accompanied by Walter Matcher, Bancroft, and Oswald ThHgea and Clarence Green were recent guests at Chester Harmon's, near .Woden, Mr. and Mrs, Everett Van Steinberg, flint, Mich., were expected Saturday for visits with the Chas. EgelB and the Paul Hudsaas. , Lavonne, "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T, Sabln, spentv last week -ith her grandmother, Mrs. Stella, abln, Algona. ' •eading in keeping with Mother's day, and Mrs. George Hackman gave another on the early history of the county. Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Algona, gave two vocal solos, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Geigel. The next meetng will be with Mrs. Mildred Brown on the second Wednesday in June. Des Molnes Guests at Honey's— Mrs. H. T. Willett, son Dr. Wendell Willett, Mrs. Carl Kuibec, and the latter's son Billy, all of Des Moines, with Marion Roney, of Roswell, N. M., student at Drake university, were recent guests at M. L. Roney's. Marion's father, Byrl Roney, Is a brother of M. L., and has been in the sheep business in New Mexico 35 years. In April he received top price for two shipments of lambs to Chicago, the quality beng judged best. Attended the Johnson Funeral- William Curtis, Mt. Vernon, left for home Saturday, after a few days with relatives here. He came Wednesday to attend the funeral of Donald Johnson. William, a brother of Mrs. Matt Kelley, was born on the old Curtis farm, south of Algona.' The Jack Kellys, Mt., Vernon, also attended the funeral. Jack and Mrs. Johnson are brother and sister. Gets a Job in Illinois— i Jos. Lage, who had been in Mason City with an .aunt, Mrs. Elmer Dye, recently received a railway ticket to South Bend, Ind., with notice that a job was awaiting him in the Studebaker factory Mr. Sanders was to take treatment at a hospital. The school children, with their teacher, Donna Dooley, had a hike Wednesday. The school will close this week Thursday. The Oscar Hammonds spent Wednesday at Britt, where Mr. Hammond attend a tractor demonstration. Kathy Kirschbaum attended the junior-senior banquet at the Algona academy last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Kirschbaum cam'e home Thursday from a visit at'a son's at Crystal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Veryl Schmidt spent last Thursday fishing near Ruthven. The August Kirschbaums were at Clear Lake the same day. A Farm Bureau woman's home project committee meeting was held at the Mrs. Bert Sanders home last week Tuesday, and nominees for next year 'were named. Mrs. Albert Johnson, Corwtth, was named township chairman; Mrs. Robert Masteraon, Coiwith, ^publicity chairman; Mrs. Sun Bemis, music chairman. Mrs. Otto Neuman will be hostess to the Aid this week Thursday. East-Seneca lea, and Mrs. Boldridge and Mrs. Colwell also gave reports. Mrs. K. P. Roney read a. story entitled A Single Soul. Farewell for Lois Dale— Mrs. Elmer Dole entertained Thursday at a farewell party for her daughter Lois, and guests were Phyllis Donald, and Eugene Asa, Duane, Bernadine, and Dick Riley, and Camilla Frankl, all of Irvington, and Mrs. Lawrence Menke and her daughter Maxine, with Mrs. Alfred Menke and the'latter's chil- Small Loans Up to $300 ON AUTOMOBILES LIVE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO Next to Upper Des JKoines :office Phone 135 Algona, Iowa guests Wednesday of Mrs. L. E lolwell. The W. A. Lelnlngers and John Lelninger, near Whittemore were recent guests of the L. E and Harold Colwells. Mrs. Mary Dole and her daugh PHOSE and MiPAINT&VARNISH —i. not based on th< price oer g«flon but on the amount of lurtKC each g«lon will .cover and on the number of years of satisfactory service - 1 and appearance. Paint and varnisli quality ( evident only after the plied and subjected to l For economy and sa products bearins this seal ol p,o| PRATT & LAMBER PAINT AND VA-RNlSh COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY GO, 110 So. Dodge Street Phone 275, Backed by 56 years of Paifrtland Varnish Manufacturing Experience . . . Our Trade-Mark Your Cua/antee. Special 30 Dayl * ' • •- j i OUE BEST House Faint, gal._ $2.50 $2.05 INTERIOR GLOSS Walls and Woodwork, gal. _ FLAT WALL PAlNT Walls and £4 Ceiling, gal ----- 9 I « FLOOR AND DECK PAINT, Porch Floors, g RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY A City Store With Country 'Prices. SALE Beginning May 15 and for the next 30 days we .will I give a special allowance for your old separator oil the purchase of a NEW IOWA DAIRY SEPABATOll Investigate the NEW IOWA separator with stainlM] steel CURVED DISC Bowl—for closer skimming-1 and pressure oiling system to all bearings—for looM er life and economical upkeep. N ' Take advantage of thlg special sale—ACT NOW ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION Kossuth County Implement Co. ALGONA, IOWA here, would begin wok Monday, May 15. Andrew Funks Lose Son— Friends here were shocked to learn of the death of Wayne, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Funk, near Whittemore, early last week. He had had the measles, then caught cold, which 'an into pneumonia. He would mve been five June 10. The Funks ormerly worked for the H. T. Sa)ins. here. few days at the home. Clyde Brooks Sell "White Elephant*" Buy What You Want! '' Jas. Kelly, Algona, and Lula Dugan, of Burt, Wed Thursday Burt, May 22—At noon Thurs day at the home of the bride's parents, Lula, daughter of Mr. ant Mrs. Jesse Dugan, was married to James A., son of a Mr. Kelly, Hobarton, depot agent, the Rev. Thoburn Speicher, local Methodis pastor, performing the ceremony The couple was attended by Vir ginia Trenary and Ralph Dugan the latter brother of the 'bride. The bride wore a beige dress with rust bolero, and the bridesmaid wore blue, both "wearing corsages of flowers. The home was decorated with baskets of flowers and wedding bells. After the ceremony luncheon was served to 40 relatives and friends. The newlyweds, who left for a honeymoon trip to Minneapolis will live at ^Algona, out of which Mr. Kelly )s a salesman for the Jewell Tea CO. ' Village School Is Closed— The Irvington school was among schools closed for the summer Friday. The occasion was celebrated with a picnic for pupils and families. Other schools here closed the same day, but some did not have picnics till Sunday, when they went to the Amfbrose A. Call state park. Eva Kracht, employed at Fairmont, Minn., spent the week-end before last with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Kracht. Mrs. Jerald Godden and her son were brought home from the Kossuth hospital last week Sunday. Mrs. Godden's cousin, Betty Eller, Algona, came with them to help with the household duties. Mervin and Melviu Klein, Jodie Crowley, and Harold Osborn helped Oscar Patterson Jr. celebrate a 14th birthday anniversary last week Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Sande entertained the ministers of this Lutheran circuit last week Monday at his home. ) Supt and Mrs. Slagle entertained the Seneca seniors at luncheon last week Monday noon;. A school picnic was held at the schoolhouse Thursday. THHT ARE Former Trvingtonlan is Dad- Mrs. George Sculffham reports that Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lyons, Artesia, Calif., are parents of a 7-lb. 10-oz. daughter, Joan Nell, born April 15; the first child. Kenneth, eldest brother of Mrs. Scuffham, left for California some years ago and married there. He and his wife have never visited here. Missionary Society to The missionary society will meet this week Friday at the church, with Mrs. H. T; Sabin in charge. The topics will be Latin America and Spanish-Speaking Peoples. A covered-dish luncheon will be served. Mrs. Scnffhara Leaves Hospital- Mrs. George Scuffham was released from the Kossuth hospital Friday. She recently had a major operation. Boy Falls from Horse- Bud, young son of Mrs. Clara Sankey, fell from a horse Friday and suffered sprain of one arm. Other Irvington. . The Elmer Dyes, Mason City, the E. W. Nelsons, Fort Dodge, the Ral.ph Lages and Mrs. Alice Duryea, Irvington, all were at Ralph Campbell's, near Fenton, Sunday as dinner guests In honor of Mr. Campbell's birthday and of Mothers day. Mrs. Duryea had been at Fort Dodge a week with the Nelsons. The Rev. A. English .Sunday on Memories <> The young people's choir sang Breached v Motber. Dorianne Ensemble Exquisitely Hand Carved Ensemble in natural or yellow gold; fashioned by GRANAT in graceful, flowing lines, decorated with delicately sculptured ornament. Set with perfect, brilliant diamonds. $45 to $100 Borchardt r s Elgin, Hamilton Gruen Watches SHIRTS Ohoose his shirt from our Arrow and Marlboro selection. Match it with a tie to harmonize. Shirts —1.00 to 2.50 Ties _49ctol.50 PAJAMAS A pajama or rote ivould please any graduate. Pajamas by B. V. D. or Fruit of Loom Pajamas __98c to 3.50 Robes—_2.45 to7.95 SHIRTS AND SHORTS Shirts and shorts are suitable gifts. Knit or broadcloth shorts. Ribbed or rayon shirts Munsingwear each 50c B. V. D each 50c Monarch __ each 25c ANKLETS SOCKS Fancy and plain anklets or full length sox by Intei-woven and Munsingwear. Boys like them. - Priced 25c-35c-50c Luggage for Boys and Girls A nice assortment of fancy airplane luggage for girls. All leather Gladstones for boysf Overnight anxj Wardrobe Cases 2.95 to 10,95 Gladstone, all leather bags ____6.95 to 12^95 Other Folo Shirts $9cto2-45 Arrow Hfmdfcerchieis I 25cand35c Sweaters ^ _ 4,95 to 3.95 Swank Tie Fancy belts SENDER'S

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