Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1939 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 30, 1939
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«i*i( o rs; OL CAME TO U,S, WHEN SHE WAS IBtEfrRSOLD '•Drag KOSSUTM COUNTY ADVANCE. ALflONA. IOWA PA01 . J. M. Dettman, 58 Years at Burt, Is Dead ARMSTRONG SCHOOL HAS AWARDS DAY Burt May 29—Funeral services for Mrs. J. M. Dettman, who died at the hospital on Monday, May 2%, .following -only a Jew.days Sickness 'With -heart trouble, 'were held at -the Presbyterian church lwr,e Thursday, ,.the iHev. J. M. Dptns, pastor, officiating, assisted 1 by the Rev. Geo. H. Wessel. Burial was in the Burt cemetery. Pall-bearers were Maurice Polhemus, M. Morness, C. C. Smith, Elmer Chlpman, Gus Meinzer, and Chris Godfredson. Burial was beside Mr. Dettman'a grave. Mrs. Dettman's maiden name was Johanna Doering, and she was bora on May 6, 1863, In Vartlco, .Germany. When she was 18 years old ber family came to America and settled in Kossuth. On February 6,. 1883, she was married, and LAWYERS Armstrong, May-29—The annual' high school'-awards',day. program was held last week Tuesday at the school building.' The girls' 'basket- hall 'coach, 'Donna McCreary, presented to eight girls purple letters set on gold: Captain iShlrley Peterson, Marie Irmlter, Joyce Hansen, Donna Miller, Marjorle Benton, .Mavis -Burgess, Marjory Ca~ " oth, Corene Miller. 'The first five 'ere seniors. The 'hoys' .athletic coach-pr.esent- d ten boys -with letters, gold on mrple background: for both basketball and baseball, John Thoron, Harold Johnson, Forbes Ir- wln, Prances Fltzglttbons; for bas- cetball, Wayne Dale, Marvin Trees; for baseball, Verne Sturm )onald Johnson, Kenneth Oelrich Wendell Erlckson. These ten lettermen will all be >ack for service next year. Be sides, three senior boys were hon ored: Arden Jongberg, basebal captain; David Holland, basketbal H. W- Miller taw Offices. ' Office 427 : residence 314. Algona, "ITlTBONAB Attorney-at-Law ..Iowa State;Bank phone 460-W. Algona, *•• J *•? -»WWU|.: tJUU TT U43 JLU4* • * ll^Uf CfrUU the Dettmans set up housekeeping on .a farm south of Burt, where they lived until 1915. Three children were born: George and Mrs. Martha Adams, both of Algona, and Paul, Burt. In 1916 Mr. and Mrs. Dettman built a fine home In Burt. Mr Dettman i died in 1932, and the widow continued in the home til •her last sickness. She was jus •past 76 at death. She was a member of the-Burt Methodist church .[•the , three children all ^survive WspVa"»br6the~r, William- Dper.lng * 261 over KosBUthMut. Ins.. bldg. Algena, Iowa. ^ ft LOWE 1ittorneys-at-L»W & BBVNSON Lawyers ^ (flee in new Helse block Algona, Iowa aptain; RoberWLux, basketball. . Christie Kruel.i teaioher, awarded 9 vocal music certlfcates: Joyce l,anse.n t <ilah Troestler, Rose Ellen Vhitlow, Marie Irmlter, Betty Jane Gabriel, Frances Horswell, Alice lamden, John Thomsen, Harold I Johnson, Robert Lux, Kenneth Eckhart, Sterling Ray, Robert Sorenson, Corene Miller, Agnes Welby, .Jerry -Pape, Anna Mare Thorson, Muriel and Ardys Opsal. Gerald Niemeyer, teacher, presented t instrumental -certjfcates t.o Donna Miller, Forbes Irwln, Reginald Pteth, Wlndell Erlckson, Muriel Kuntz, Bernice Braland, Warren Laffey, Bernard Homsey, Eugene Helgason, Robert Looft, Eugene MeClintock, Virginia Rovn Marcella Askeland, Helen. Ortmeyer, Frances Fltzgibbons, Rosalie Hansen, Marjie Smith. Lois Splcer, teacber, presented letters to Margaret Wolders, Alice Camden, Enna Wolden, Helen Ortmeyer. Scholarship standings in acade mlc tests were awarded. to: «• -.••'«! " '•, ? Fjr eshmen^r-algebra, James Beck, 'Anna Marie Thorsoh; general science,-'. James- Beck, '.Walter" Of fen- stein, Kathryn Tokheim; -contem- "porary affairs, Frances Fltzgib- bons, Marilyn Knipe, William Ir- wln ; English correctness — Kathryn Tokheim, Wilma Baker. Sophomores — geometry, Wendell Erickson, Kenneth Oelrich, Eske Liar'son; world history, Wendell Erickson, Frances Horswell, Margaret Wolders; contemporary affairs, Eske Larson, Wendell Er- lckson; English correctness, Frances Horswell, Eske Larson. Juniors — American history, Margie Johnson, Agnes. Moore, Carl Oelrich; contemporary Margie Johnson, Agnes affairs Moore; English correctness, Margie Johnson, Agnes Moore. Seniors •*- English correctness Barbara Smith, Hah Troestler John Thomsen, Rose Ellen Whit low; government, iBarbara Smith Mavis Strong; contemporary af airs, John Thomsen, Barbara' Smith, Sterling Ray. ' Sister Sees Sister Graduated— •Irene M. Irmiter, St. Paul, arrived Wednesday for a week at the jarental H. M. Irmlter's. She attended high school exercises Thursday evening in. which her sister Marie was graduated. Spells in Radio Contest- Margie Johnson, Armstrong, llth grader, spelled in a county contest via WOI a week ago Friday. She was accompanied to Ames by her mother, Mrs. Andrew Johnson. Other Armstrong News. Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Irmiter, Swea City, and their son Jerry spent Wednesday at the parental H. M. Irmlter's. Mrs. MeCreery, Bradgate, arrived last week Sunday to visit her daughter Donna, Armstrong teacher. LAKOTANS HOSTS AT BROTHERHOOD MEET MAY 22ND subdlstrict Methodist Brotherhood TWENTY PUPILS AREGRADUATED AT ARMSTRONG w'«!Armstrong, May," 29^-Commencement .exercises 'v E. D. Kelly ' SHCMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Algona, Iowa .180 l. A. W15KEL Comty Attorney Attorney-at-Law • m .building Phone BlSAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison building Algona, Iowa P. A. DAN80N Attorney-at-Law ? over Iowa State Bank Office, 460-J.; Res. 315 CHISOff (deceased) MfflEB C. HUTCHWON [THEODORE c. HUTCHISON- Attorneys-at-Law irtty State iaak 'bldg. 251 Algona; Iowa | IAURICE C. McMAHOK Attorney-at-Law ; Office in Heise bldg. Clear; Lake, ^Minn., and : a sister *'rs^''••August 'Markgraf, ' For ,/orth, Tex. There are 11 grand children and five great-grandchli dren. Out-of-town relatives and friend attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dettman, son Irvln and Milton, daughters Grac and Fern, Mr. and Mrs. Charle Adams, daughters Melvie and La Vonne, Mr. and Mrs. Everyl Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfred- Bon, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaunt, Bancroft, daughter Marcia; Mrs. Augusta Markraf; Mrs. Geo. E. Lenz, Circle, Mont.; Win. Doering. •Fred Doering, Mrs. Edna Doering, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Paulson, daughter Mary, all of Clear Lake, Minn.; Marita Doering, Stanchfield, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meyer,. Mr. and. Mrs.;Frank Nltz, Mrs. . Walter''Meyers, Mrs. Robert Wetler, • Lako.ta; Mrs. Paul,;,Nltz, Fred';- Munyer,''Ledyar'd; Eleanore Sanders, Elmore.' • • Mrs..'Herman Haeler, Harvey Hasler, Glennville, Minn.; Mrs. Mrs. Charles Tubten, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Cecil Hasler, of Northwood; Mrs. William Rousch, Whit temore; Mrs. • Nick Gengler, Mrs. :William Meyer, Mrs. William Ruhnke, Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson, Swea City. Fourteen Attend Guest Day ,..Methodist •women >who attended a guest day at 'Good Hope Wednesday were Mesdames G. J. F. Vogel C. B. Chlpman, W. 3. Lockwood William Nelson, C. H. Schrader.l H. W. Manus, R. A. Jennings, Belle Reynolds, H. McMullen; and Misses I 325 Algona. Iowa DOCTORS . JOHN Jl. KEJfEFICK [I Physician an d Surgeon ' Hce ovsr Roxall Drug Store • tphone 300 Res. phone 326 The program was: Circus • Parade, Yoder; Bells o1 the Meadow, Ketelbey, 'higb school band; prayer, the Rev. R R. Irwin; Song of the Sea, Dr. Proth- erae, Vive 1* Amour, S. Fay, boys sextette; address, Your Own Gar den, the Rev. De Loss Marken Flirtation, H/ Clarke, clarinet trio presentation of class, Supt. W. A. Ortmeyer; presentation of di auijuiHiriui HLeinouisi iirouiernqoa incut. cAmviaca -,wij«s/ uciu>;>.»"•«".= met. last week' •Monday 'at ^ the)day^evenirig/at tbe<" schoolhbuse Methodist church here, with the ""-' local Aid serving 40 men at 7:30 p. m. dinner. A program, followed, with group singing led by the Rev. C. H. Seward, Forest City, formerly Algona. A business meeting followed with the district president, Charles Eggerth, Lakota, presiding, and it was decided to hold a June meeting at Crystal Lake, with the women as guests. Betty and Eva Eggerth sang, and Howard and Wayne Koppen played selections on harmonicas. The Rev. Thoburn Speicher, Burt, gave an address on Phobias, and an Informal discussion followed. Presbyterian Aid Meets— Mesdames Loyal Gingrich, John Smith, I. E. Wortman, and William Aalderks were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid at Mrs. Gingrich's Thursday,'"'and'50 members and visitors' attended. Mrs. Carl Gerzema was -.in charge of ''the program: group singing; ; deyo- tibns, Mrs. J. A. ^Bargar; t: - song;, Elizabeth and Elaine Rahmstocfc and Lillian Harms; piano solo, Patty Murray. MRS. GEO. THOMPSON, LED YARD, ENTERTAINS AT METHODIST TEA Ledyard May 29 — Mrs. George Thompson entertained at an Aid tea Thursday. The Methodist Aid has been having a ,se,rlls..of,,'teas:by, Aid members 'who entertain honor guests. ,-Mrs. Edw.' Halverson^wilJ have Htie* next, tea: 'Among guests at 'Mrs. Thompson's:' Mrs. ttack McDonald, Mrs, William Flynn, Mrs. Carl Hammer, Mrs. Henry Dyer, Mary Ann Welch, Mrs. August Sprank, and Mrs. Henry Gray. Contest Ends in Party— The Methodist Sunday school recently had a contest between sides called respectively the Bulcks and the Fords. The Fords won, and last week Tuesday evening the stra playing. The opening show was given Saturday night, . Other Led jard News. .. Harvey j Jackson,, of Spirit came last ' week Monday KaT-Dr rTwnmow pres Bulcks entertained the Fords at a plomas. Dr. A^T. Whitlow, prest hurch lawn dent school board, benediction, Farewell for Helen Awe— The women teachers and .the girls of Helen Awe's tap-dancing class gave a farewell party -for her at the schoolhouse last week Monday. A program was given, lunch served, .and Miss Awe ,was presented with a gift She .ba's taught here eight years, but plans to go to Texas for a stay of indefinite length with a brother. F ar ed j Methodist Aid Plans Mr. Irwin. The class motto was Honor Lies at Labor's Gate; the colors, blue and white; the flower, the white rose. Twenty seniors received diplomas: Rose Ellen Whitlow, Arden W. Pongberg, Bernice M. Braland, Joyce M. Hansen, Hah E. Trbest- •ier,.,Elaine, J. Werner,,Marie .A. ,Ir- mlter, .Barbara Jekn Smith, Mar- frre F.'Beiitbn-Gladys I. Gilbaiigh, Donna Maila»Miler, Afdeth A. Gil- Kiu'gh, ^Velma P." Anderson, Lois M. Baird, Mavis A. Strong, Shirley G. Peterson, Robert W. Lux, John 3. Thomsen, Sterling B. Ray, Nelie F. Offenstein. Shirley Peterson, Joyce Hansen, and Marie Irmiter are the youngest respectively of five children in each family, and in each/family all and G. Mattie . H. CBETZMEYER, M. D, V Surgeon and Physician lice John Galbralth block t •' 444-310 Algona, Iowa •ELYIK G. EOCENE Physician and Surgeon Phones: 197; residence, 194 BENTISTS DB. H. H. OLSON Dentist | AJOULUSL r p, In New Call Theatre bldg. •""• Business, 166; Algona, Iowa rea., 788 »B. C. D. SCIUAP Dentist bldg. Algona, Iowa , «es; Bus. 133, res.: 174 B. HOFFMAN Dentist in New Heiae bldg, Office, 44; res., 116 . Warner, Eva Whitney, Selina Clifton, Lulu Hawcott. Alnmnns of 1937 Comes— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray, of St. Cloud, Fla., visited Burt friends Thursday and attended commencement in the evening. Robert was graduated here a couple of years 'ago. They are visiting Robert's sister, .Mrs. Edgar Inlay, Lakota. Cousin of Melnzers Dies- Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer attended the funeral of a cousin, Mrs. Laine Klaus, at Waterloo last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kautzky and Anna Meinzer, of Fort Dodge, accompanied them. Farewell for Itart Girl— The Queen Esther Circle had a picnic at Earl Miller's Wednesday —a farewell for Mabeline Miller, who will go to Cedar Falls to summer, school soon. Firemen Go to School— L. A. Boettcher, M. M. Chlpman, and Hugh McDonald returned last Thursday from Ames, where they attended a firemen's school. Newlyweds Give a Dance— Mr. and Mrs. James A. . __ .... church lawn some 65 people in attendance, and games were played The next social will be a picnic al Interlaken. George Thompson is Sunday school superintendent. New Town Hall la Service— The new town hall was accepted Friday, and the official opening will be this week Tuesday .with a big dance, Mullack's oldtime orch night, and Tuesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske, Mrs. Alfred Zielske, and Mrs. Jackson went to Eldora to visit Mrs. Zlel- ske's and Mrs. Jackson's aged mother, returning Thursday. Mrs. Virgil Lewis and her daughter, who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack, left for West Branch last week Tuesday to visit Mrs. Lewis's mother. Edw. Yahnke, Buffalo Center, was here last week Tuesday for a visit at his son Glen's. The Glen Yahnkes were at Fairmont Thurs' day evening. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Welch, Kan. . . , aWha, came for last week Sunday and Monday. Mr. Welch is in Brummond grading crew employ. Mrs. Asa Warner, Mrs. Rose Mpulton, and Miss Berhow were at Fairmont Thursday. \ . 'Mrs.- Aeflt Troff was a business caller at Algona Thursday ..... -. . SEXTON Mrs. Alton Anderson was hostess to the Methodist Aid at her home Wednesday. Plans for a plcnlci a press association dinner Friday evening, etc., were discussed. The next meeting will he at Mrs Harry Moe's on June 21. Schoolboy Gives » Party- Bobby Geilenfeldt was host to 18 children last week Monday in honor of'his fifth birthday. The time was spent, at games; and a real party lunch was served. Severa mothers helped make an^ attendance of 28. Visitors Arrive from Florida- Mr, and Mrs. Robert Gray arrived Wednesday from St. Cloud, Fla., to visit Editor and Mrs. Edgar Inlay here and other relatives at Burt. Mr. Gray is a brother of Mrs. Inlay. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland, son Rodney, and Mrs. Heetland's sisters, Mrs. Elfreda Leland, Swea Five are Armstrong high school graduates. The , Armstrong consolidated school'tfaiciallyo'clpsed'Friday.The younger children, bad picnics. Persons from' away who came for the commencement exercises were Mrs. M. Hansen, St. Paul, Minn.; who arrived Thursday and whose nephew, John Thomsen, was graduated; Dale Hansen, student at the State Teachers college, son of Mr. and Mra. A. N. Hansen, Dale's sister Joyce being one of the graduates; Irene Irmiter, St. Paul, whose sister Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M.'Irmiter, was graduated. Party'for Pair Newlyweds— i Mr. and'pMrs/ Flynn Mitchell were honorees last week Sunday evening at 6 o'clock dinner at the parental E. H. Mitchell's, of Maple Hill. The house Was decorated in yellow and white—daisies, snapdragons, lilies of the valley, etc. Between dinner courses Muriel Hansen, Estherville, cousin of the bride, sang Ah, Sweet Mystery of Mrs. Joseph Krleps was taken by surprise when Vivian Studer, Lucille Hildman, Dorothy Youngwirth, and Ruth Studer, of Wesley, called last week Tuesday. The visitors are all former schoolmates of Mrs. Krieps. Mrs. Otto Neuman entertained the Aid at her Mrs. Skow led ,home Thursday. • devotions. There A. J. EASON Dentist over James Drug Store ; Office, 59; residence, ?59 SUBANCE Kelly worth * nome MUTUAL ASSOCIATION gave a wedding dance Thursday evening at the Legion hall. Other Hurt News. Mrs. R. A. Iliff, Webster City, came Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. J. H, Graham. Mr. Iliff came Saturday, and with the Grahams went to the lakes for the weekend. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Morgan were business visitors at Minneapolis llttlB City, and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Christ, Forest City, drove to Eldora last week Sunday for the day with the women's grandfather, August Balvance, 93. Mr. and Mrs. August Christ, of Wells, Minn., spent last Week Sunday with relatives here and attended services in which their nephew, Dale Patterson, was con- ot insurance in company, Safe, se- secretary building Phoue. JQ5 early last week, and their daughter stayed with her grandmother at Buffalo Center. ' Cleo Weldin, Buffalo .Center teacher, and her mother, who lives at Indianola, came Friday for a visit at G. P. Hawcott'B and with Other Burt friends. * The Mite society will meet at the Presb'yterian manse this we&K Wednesday; hostesses, Mrs. Doms, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mrs. Ben Bahling. Mr and Mrs. John Emmert and Frances Emmert, Mason City-came Friday to graduated sister. see 'Maxine Graham Mrs. Emmert Is her firmed. A 7%-lb. daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carlyn, north of town, May 20, and the baby has been named Ann Marie. There is one other child, a son. , The Elmer Dows family, Sheffield, spent last week Wednesday and Thursday with the Harry Mussmans. Mrs. Dow is Harry's sister. Walter Keating, brother-in-law of Mrs. E. J. Woodworth, left for his home at Chicago one day last week, after two weeks here. The Legion Auxiliary held a bake sale at the Tbaves Sisters store a week ago Saturday, and receipts totaled $8. Mrs J. H. Holcomb accompanied women from Swea City to a recent missionary meeting at Algona. She was a delegate. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley spent last week Sunday with Life. There were 30 guests, and four waitresses served dinner: Muriel Hansen, Estherville; Lois Weigand, Sioux City; Marilyn Knpe and Kathryn Tokheim, Armstrong. Mrs. Mitchell Is the former Margaret G. Twedt, Armstrong junior high teacher. The couple's home is here. Attends Graduation of Sister- Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Lone Rock, attended the' exercises in which her sister Shirley was graduated Thursday nigbt, and visjted the parental Martin Petersons, who are former Algonians. Mrs. Nancy Baird, San Diego, visiting the parental Petersons, also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson, Swea township, and the son- Lowell attended, Mrs. Larson's nephew, Arden Jongberg, being graduated. Seniors Have Class Picnic— The hieh school seniors, David Holland, Melvin Brown, Lois Spicer,' and Gerald Niemeyer, had a picnic at the Fort Defiance state park, near 'Eshterville, Wednesday. . . were 20 in attendance, and. guests were Mrs. Leo Steven, Fenton, her children, Mrs. Leslie Huff, Algona, and Mrs. Erdmann, Wesley. Mrs. Saran Wise and Mrs. Drus- llla Noble returned Wednesday from two weeks at Alfred Op- helm's, Motley, Minn. The weather there was cool, and there was some rain. The Sexton school children, with their teacher, Donna Dooley, Algona, had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Wednesday. The school year was ended Thursday Mrs. Martha Mclntosh, of Livermore, has been -visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Harold Hunt. Mr. an< Mrs. Chester Webb, Hume,ston, am a son have been visiting Mr. am Mrs. Raymond Webb. Mrs. Herman Wise and he daughter Charlotte were guests a a Tuesday club picnic last week a the Mrs. John Voss Sr. home nea Lu Verne. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO sell list It In our want ade, an get results. Murray Dedicates New Lu Verne Gym; Named for Soldier Lu Verne, May 29 — A' large rowd attended dedication ol the ew Lu Verne school gymnasium- auditorium, and though there were ome change made in the program most of it 'was carried out as announced. Ray Murray, W. P. A. assistant state administration, officially dedicated the building as the: "Ernest Merkle Memorial Gymnasium- Auditorium." The former gymnas- um was so named for a young man who dropped out of the local high school to enlist for the World war and was killed in action in, France in July, 1918. Preceding the dedication, dinner was served to visiting WPA officials, the present school board members, their wives, and directors who were serving when the project was begun, also to other guests, all at the community hall. Livermore Woman'"" Suffers Broken Hip Livermore, May 29—Mrs. Mary Miles had an accident at her home last week Tuesday evening. She slipped and fell on the porch, suffering a broken hip. Pending recovery, she is at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. She is the widow of Frank Miles, and has lived here for many years. Mr. Miles was a well known lawyer here. Dwelling; "Household Automobile Jpsunwpe, fleet your policy for o«? when, Mrs. E. C. Nelson, Ames, came Friday for a visit of ft few days at «rs. Maude Banna's, J. G. McDonald's, and R. «". EMdge's. The Donald Weirs, Adel, came for a community picnic Friday, Mr. Weir was formerly superintendent of the Burt schools. Mrs. C. W. Schryver. of Denver, arrived early last week for a visit at P. N. Sarchet's and Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson's lilBl WOO"- •<»•—•» ,, ii^r,,. daughter Betty, Grinnell college sophomore. . , ,. The Earl Grabaus spent last week Wednesday at Fain dr. Grab'au and the ished. •, T Mrs. Charles Lewis Jr. - - - from a recent WPggJg Other Armstrong News, Muriel Clark and two Estherville frtehfls visited here Thursday. Muriel was a high school senior here before the family moved to Estherville a lew months ago. Lou Troestler, Wlntersfet, spent a few days here last week and saw bis daughter Jlah graduated frop high school Thursday night. F. F. Frost, Swea City, came to see h,is granddaughter, Marjorie Bentpn, graduated, ' .'. ' .. •' - . and M*s. Laroan Hattel and p • qodden, Scarville, were here to attead commencement exercises p • « Former Burt Man pies, Burt, May 29-Burt friends haye word that Charles Slni- week Tuesday at Mrs. I. W. Hansen's. A 8 son was born Monday, May 22, Mr and " Earl Meier. end , i •if Former Pattor'* Wife Dies Livermore, May 29—Word was received one day last week of the death of a fonner Livermore woman, Mra. Minnie Mitchell, sister ot Frank and Warry Collins here. The funeral was held at Minneapolis Wednesday. The Mitchells had lived there njany years while Mr. Mitchell was pastor of ft p reBby- terian churph,,- From here attending $0 funeral were Mrs. Fr»nk CoWMs, spa Frances, Wry <?ol- H. I* Zigrans, and Mrs. Paulson, cooling breezes for the whole family! A gentle xepbyr or a raffing tornado can be yours at the flick of a switch! Baby in his play pen, Dad resting in the evening the afternoon bridge player* or the man of the , hoiwe at hto offloe-ttiey all find that fans beep 'them in condition to enjoy Muutner, Have one for every occasion and room. See These Bargains GILBERT 8-Inch non-oadlUtlng ft I 9ft fap. Our lw price •, VI »** POLAR CUB WHnch ontilUtiny fan £4 R|| with flwfttciitt $Sp£oi9i i|t ...................MM *»*fi*M«*tt«>i*tv^taH^F ?(HB^^i^flpflMMpH^ ^^r^i^^ff< ,' ^^wp t i ^iy j^^p^^ff^^F^j^ HABDWABE < FACTS FA V O R FORD M The 1939 Ford V-8 is a beautiful, modern motor car. Its 85-horsepower engine give* you economical, well-balanced performance over the entire speed range — and the 60* horsepower engine is even more economical. <2 The structural strength of the Ford car — frame, bracing, axles, body — makes not only, for safety, but durability and long life. Ford hydraulic brakes are exceptionally; large and strong in proportion to car weight. 4 The Ford car is stabilized lor comfortable riding. Its springbase, the distance between front and rear suspension, is 123 inches. Seats are toward the center, perfectly balanced. The car does not bob or dip and can have very little sway. These four points — power, strength, safety, comfort — are by far the most important essentials in any motor car. They form the basic value of your investment. With this solid foundation to build on, the Ford V-8 has been made;beautiful, spacious, easy to drive. It is richly upholstered and has all the modern features which add to the lux* ury and pleasure of motoring. You-can see; these things when you take a trial drive, but do not forget that the main _vahieia in the things you do hot readily see — quality of materials, precision of manufacture, fundamental engineering. F ORD V*tt MXCELS MX THE TBMNGS TMAT C9UNT See both WORLD'S FAIRS Grand Circle Tours Only $9O roun d t*iP JTS the vacation bargain ol a lifetime! You can ••• travel from your home to New York, out to San Francisco and back home again for only $90 in coaches; $135.00 in sleeping cars, space extra. No highway hazards, no nervous strain when you go the coql, clean, safe way—the rcu/way. . All principal bains on The Milwaukee Road art air conditioned and carry Hiawatha-type coachai with comfortable reclining chairs and spacioul lounging rooms for men and for women. Over* night trains carry sleeping car equipment as welL Friendly, courteous service and appetizing meals in the dining cars at very moderate prices as well as off-the-iray service at your seat—Sandwiches 106 Pie 106 coffee Sf. For fall information and booklfboo thtNtwYorkaadSaa FraacltcoWoiid'f Fain, cut your Hllwauklt Road agent. MILWAUKEE ROAD REMEMBER Your DOCTOR As He Remembered You WOI31LD YOU OAJRE TO LIVE IN Kossuth county it there were no doctors here? No, the doctors are absolutely essential, We never know when one might be needed, • and needed badly. The doctor, b.owever, cannot render his Ber* vices without remuneration. Have you paid that doctor bill? ROM uth County Medical Society

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