Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1939 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 6, 1939
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*Ati« BIGHT LOHS CREEK LOSES SMITH, BUTTERMAKER Family Honored at a Farewell Party by Creamery. Hodgepodge Webster—A stew of rarlois Ingredients; a mixture. St. benedict Girl Weds— ADVANCB.ALg6NA.iQWA TWO SUJTKEX SUBMARINES in a week brought home to the world and the fanatics the terrible tragedy of warfare, which even during ..„_„ — peace kills husbands and fathers. Deane Arndorferr~St Benedict This country's accident was far and Paul A. RIeser, Naperville' less serious than was England's in j 111., were married this week Monthe number of persons ..who met day morning at the St Benedict death terribly and relentlessly.! church by the Rev. Father A J Yet^ the^ accidents were much the j Arndorfer, brother of the bride! single-ring ceremony was same. This country had a life-sav- The _ j' ing measure ready for instant use. used. Neighbors and other friends!!^' annd * W "£ ^±£^ ,^1 • The b ^ gi ™ a -<* by "° dled - But the is S±£, ^,='-J» '!!? ni^r,™ are-usef^y Jo kin! parochial schoolhouse basement at Lotts Creek to bid farewell to Harold Smith, buttermaker, and No worthy purpose was being served by either sub. "We can feel truly sorry for the victims of the had broken out these same com"IT SSlK V^id lntIU ' n ? hS - Heated engines would have* p7ob- cr^ameryrS s^efa" maser|^ e ^ ffi aToJS ^ ° S ter of ceremonies at the party. Talks lible and flna j a 2°? m ' were given by the Rev. Ernst Fiene, Lutheran Lotts Creek pastor, Nick Gengler, of the Lotts Creek store, and Geo. J. Wlukel and Otto Wlchtendahl, of the THIS IS THE WEEK England's king and queen come to the U. S. It is well that these rulers see this country and Canada which too many Britains feel is just a small creamery board of directors. Mr. part of t h e world. The breadth and Wichtendahl's talk may be summarized as follows: When Smith Was Hired. "Back in January, 1920, our creamery was facing a problem similar to the one we have just immensity of the continent must have been a royal eye-opener. It's too bad more Englishmen can't have the same opportunity. And It wouldn't do eastern and western Americans any harm te know that solved. Our buttermaker thenj there is a great valley between the was Fred Kuecker, now of Fenton, I two . coasts, and the Indians haven't and he had resigned. "The board at that time consis ted of John Kohlwes, president William and August Meyer, Pau Nemitz, and me. At a meeting on January 15, 3920, we chose a man named Harold Smith, wb.6 lived a •Ceylon, Minn. "John Kohlwes and I were instructed to go to Ceylon and hire Mr. Smith, and we had to go b> train. As you older folks will remember, Ceylon was somewhat of a drawing card in those Iowa prohibition days, but the board had sufficient confidence to believe that we would somehow perform our mission and get home again. ^ Twenty Tears of Service. "After we had arrived and made some inquiries we had a personal Interview with Mr. Smith, and *"— him. Then on February 15, he came to Lotts Creek, with ; nis family, and for almost 20 •served as out buttermaker At that time we had an years — — old building, but with Har. .... - w e built a new brick building in 1924. In 1915 we insta u led an ice system, and 1928 we M er >f P. onnected w ith the electric high line. Today our creamery stands as best kept in Iowa. Trlhnte to the Smiths. "%f? n j}?-* mlttl "signed, Mr •anea a special meeting we were obliged sorrow- VVP wo aCC6Pt the resl snation we were now gathered here to express our appreciation of Mr Smith's lone servim an d to «„ i, *' nd his family for the inter est they have taken in the cream •errand the affairs of the commu Wichtendahl's talk- were sung, and then 500 was played. Mrs. Wllmer wich- tendahl and Harold Rusch won the high prizes. Lunch was served by Parting: Gift Presented. 6 L e P rese nted with rih n Chair bought wlth contributions by Messrs, and Mes- dame * Ka <iing. Martin Meyer, wfn- Wllmer J Win - ena. J.Will, Arthur Kressin, R O Drey er. Carl, William, and ArthurZu- mach, August Pijahn, Fred Meyer S 6rR Pe £. Nlck Angler, Edw! -Lieb, Ben. Hanson, Arthur Rusch Arthur Luedtke, H. p. MIt "g Herman Reisner, Arthur Jackman Herman Hintz, Alvin Potratz n Meyer ' Otto Ruhnke, A. Lauck Hugo Faulstich, W. H. Meyer Al- The new buttermaker is a Mr Elison, of Haska, Minn., who took charge Thursday. Mr. Elison is and his wife is with him. Wesley Mother is Taken to Hospital Wesley, May 29 — A nine-pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs Art Larson May 16. Mother and baby are at the General hospital in Algona, where Mrs. Larson was in a critical condition for several days They have one other child, a son James Leroy, three years old. Mrs. Larson and the baby were rushed to the hospital in McMahon's ambulance wlien it was discovered that her condition was serious following the birth of the baby at the Larson home. Mrs. Larson wi formerly Luella Simpson. Scrambled Milk and Pop in Truck Upset Sexton, June 5—"Bob," the driver of the Farm Products Milk Co. truck from Hampton, had an accident when his steering wheel broke. The accident happened about 2 o'clock Friday afternoon just as he was leaving Wesley. The truck was overturned, and the driver was badly shaken up; also' five broken cases of milk, cool drinks, and cottage cheese. The truck was repaired iu part at Wesley, and the truck was driven to Algona. Oddfellow* Heads Visit in Wesley Wesley. June 5—W. A. Merriam, Odd Fellow grand secretary, and Chauncey Viall visited the 'Wesley Oddfellow lodge last week Monday evening. Accompanied by Past Grand Master Butts and the Rev. Mr. Bottom, they visited Emmetsburg, Curlew, Ayrshire, and Cylinder on business. Lakota Oldtimcr I?<• turns. Lakota, May 29 — Alfred Fish, with his mother, a brothp.r, and a I scalped a scalp for decades, and that, the buffalo exists only in parks. * * * * IT WAS SOME 724 years ago this month that the Magna Carta was signed. It has withstood the attacks of dictators ever since, bringing more and more freedom to common people. It and the principle upon which it is based will remain a Hvin? symbol fresher than ever long after the swastika is again a mere ornament. * t t * THERE'S A VTLE RUMOR that slacks are to be classified with shorts as feminine apparel. Such is definitely not the case. Shorts are on every approved list of the males (with the exception of for own family). Slacks are something that most males put on the disapproval list, exceut for male anparel. So what, anyway? * * * » CHATTER digest-size nublication gives as humorous eroutids for divorces actually eranted, cases of separations because: a husband held limburger iheese under his wife's nose; her msband made her stuff skunks; he wife let her toenails grow so she could scratch hubby; a husband put snakes in his wife's bed every time he got drunk; a husband tickled his wife's bare feet; a wife mixed soap with the-oatmeal ; a minister's wife made faces at him while he was preaching; a husband beat his wife for mixing up the three perfumes he used daily. THE NEXT*E1/ECTION will be the 20th anniversary of voting by women. "Suffering- yets," as they were called during the World war days, advocated universal suffrage because the woman vote would clean up politics. Judging from reports from Kansas City, Chicago, New York, and other points the clean-up hasn't been much of a success yet. DESPITE THE*FACT that custom dictates that newspaper men must oppose each other on any h ,, and all questions there comes a . . her Nick Arndorfer, St. Benedict, wore a lace and net wedding gown with finger tip veil, and carried Johanna Hill roses. The maid of honor, Lenore Arndorfer, St. Benedict, sister of the bride, wore aqua blue marquisette; the bridesmaid, Lorraine Arndorfer, cousin of the bride, peach marquisette. Both attendants carried gladioli. Lee F. RIeser, Naperville, 111., brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and Arthur RIeser, of Wheaton, 111., was another attendant. Marie Slemer, cousin of the bride, played Lohengrin's wedding march. A wedding reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer for 40 guests, and Mary Ann Arndorfer and Harriet Simons were table waitresses. 'Miss Arndorfer had been employed as office nurse for Dr. F. C. Scanlan, Algona, for some years. The bridegroom is a clerk in the general offices of the Burlington railroad at Naperville, where the couple will live. Among guests at the wedding Thou My Hand. The couple was attended by Rita Will, and Howard Engstrom, Hurt, The bride wore a full-skirted net dress with lace top and finger-tip „» * *i-«'*" I uc - J*ciu tTcuii^jjui*> evening at me i Pink roses and baby'breath. The cnurch . Mr . aud Mrs . A , bert ^h « „ ,1 wa * fl se v, '" P lnk Grooters will be chairmen of the chiffon trimmed with blue velvet entertaining committee, assisted ana carried a bouquet of peach- colored gladioli and baby breath. Cat* Chk Has a tkik— . Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. C. H. Swanson entertained their bridge club Thursday evening. The group had a picnic supper at the* Smith farm, south of town, followed by card? at the Swanson home. Two tables were in play, and Mrs. Smith herself won high. Mrs. Win. F. Steele was second. Club guests were Mrs. B. F. Sorensen and Mrs. Donald C. Nugent. S. S. Class Wllfieet- The June meeting of the Methodist .Homebullders S. S. class will Wednesday evening at the I. Former North Ender Buried^at^Bancroft Swea dlly. June 5—'Burial services for Matt •Heathershbw were held at the Bancroft cemetery a week ago Saturday. Mn Heather* shaw, who died at Waterloo, was a stepson of Mrs. Mary •Heather-' shaw, Swea City, and a halNbroth* er of Samuel Heathershaw. Sam, son Keilneth, and ,Mra. Heathershaw attended the service at Bancroft. by Tuttle - Mesdames Homer Weber, Roy HuUell, *wu ' - er, , Following the ceremony, the Bert oalbralth. Lewis Lynk, and IflO Q nofotlfo irava n *>A*\nrttlAn n f ' _ _ _ . * ___ BOARD PROCEEDINGS bride's parents gave a reception at their home for 42 relatives an friends. Mr. WIttkopf Is business man ager off the local Coffee Shop, ari his wife is stenographer for Job R. Lowensteln, insurance agen She was graduated from the Al gona high school in 1936. Marian Corey to Wed— Mrs. F. A. Corey entertained a five tables of auction bridge Fri day evening to announce engage ment of her daughter Marian t Everett Rekers. Members of th Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigrn Phi, with Bernice Stock, Ermadi Phillips, Theodora Larson, Eliza beth Nugent, and Elaine Hilsteac added, were guests. Marian is i member of the sorority; Helen, ed ucatlonal director. Elaine Hilstead won high prize Bernice Stock was second, and Er madie Phillips was low. The wedding will take place Julj 2 at the Corey home. Mr. Rekers were Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan,! the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rek Algona; Mrs. Mary Rleaer, Mr. and ers. Cedar Falls, came to Algona Mrs. William Frederick, and Mrs.: in November as a salesman for the John D. Meisinge, Naperville; Mr. i ] ocal McCormlck-Deering store and Mrs. Herman RIeser, Whea-1 and he has been with the company ton, 111.; Mrs, Elizabeth Troestle/, three years. Marian will continue Oak Park, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Mau-i to "work at the Algona Insurance rice Hetzel, River Forest, 111.; the I Agency. R. B. Pickens family,:Storm Lake; ' vtr ., t r r n ~n— - . the Dennis Carrolls, Lu Verne; ,*'™ L :. {j ' *™{re-LiiBeheon— and the Albert Germanns, of Blue Earth. AM Has a Mock Wedding— first of the bridge lunch, eons this season will be held tomorrow afternoon at the Country I club clubhouse. Mrs. M. G. Bourne A mock wedding and election of Is chairman, with Mrs. J. L. Bo- officers drew an attendance of 130 nar as co-chairman and assisting women at a June Methodist Aid wil1 be Mesdames V. V. Naudain, luncheon at the church Thursday, i M. C. MoMahon, W. E. Hawcott! Mrs. H. M. Olson was elected pres- j •*• E - Kresensky, T. H. Chrischlll- Ident to succeed Mrs. J. F. Over- j es - L - F. Rice, and H. .Hamilton. myer; Mrs. Clinton Lighter, sec-| Tnere will be only one. bridge retary; Mrs. Burdette T. Agard,' luncheon a month this summer, ireasurer. The take over their Other offfces are appointive. Garden flowers decorated the — room for a; 1:15 luncheon which, sist on special occasions. new officers wflJ . Harold Lanber, Ribbing. Minn., duties in October. ls a S^ln 'pro' at the Country club grounds, and Mrs, Lau, Der j s man . aging the kitchen. A cook will-as- was followed by a vocal duet by Mrs. Olson 1 and Mary Elizabeth' Foster. Little girls and boys in long Party for H. 8. Graduates— The Presbyterian Sunday school entertained at an informal party ------ . „...„ » uu uu , 0 1U lolie formals were principals in the , evening at the church, honor- mock wedding, which was in £ member s of the- Sunday school charge of Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll and w , h ? were graduated from the local Mrs. R. R. Hutzell. Mrs. V K ?, ac "°° l thf8 year. A social Rising sang I Love You Truly dur- L e was follow ed by lunch. The ing the "ceremony " i honor ' gneats were Lois Colwell, The wedding party consisted of ! f leanor Weiff er, Jean Murtagh, bride, Jane Rockey; bridegroom il , rt ConW In, Dorothy Butts, Bobby Danson; bridesmaid, Carol ?T rle Co<y P er . Dorothy Dailey, Grooters; best man, David Moore; flower girls, Ruth Ann Agard and Raymond Lund, stra y er . June Strayer, Don, an ,. , Jeanette Sorensen; ring-bearer S, WeaTBr . Doris Young, Kreger Lee Peterson; usher, Ronald Pet- tme T y ' and! Kenneth Holmes, Rus- erson; and minister, Fred Hutzell ? ^a 1 ' 301 *. Wesley ^clraltz, Zelda Immediately following the "cere- J - l0ng: _ ' - Mrs. Olum Perrot, French Lick f o i? Mar «»<*, Armstrong, and Ind. ^rencn UCK, Leslie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans -- Larson,. Riiigsted, were married Legion Auxiliary flames Officers— s " nda y. June 4 at the Little Brown " Nashua, .by the Rev. Mr. Auditor's Office, l':00 O'clock P. M. Alfrona, Iowa. May 23, 1939. RnhorJ Poi-nov T>lnnat* xvlll hoi 2:00 O clock P. M. 2±V..« a .« e>> " nCI *"' be .^Bonrd of Suj^rvlyor., met at a speo. served at 6:30. Other Society. lal session with the following members present: MdDonnld, Morris, Fraser, Cosgrove, and Helken. Tlio \r«ti,^ri:oi \v TT« \t a ,,.tn Motion by Morris and seconded by The Methodist Vt. F. M. S. will Fraser that the agreement between meet at Mrs. John T. McGulre's the Kossuth County Board of Super- Thursday, and assisting hostseses i visors and Architects Keffcr & Jones, will ho MosHampa H v Unll I for architect sen-Iocs for plans of n niwLn?. n mS iT'r i>,,<ni l c ° unt »' Home b * approved as read, Chester Dellinger. H. J. Phillips, j said agreement now on Tile In Audland W. G. McCullough. Mrs. Phil- tor's office. Motion carried. Ayes: lips will lead devotions, and Mrs. A1 J; „ „ . _ A R. Cruikshank will ,be in charge ^AFuZ^fa^*??^ of a Mite-Box offering. tlon be adopted: Mrs. Chris Wallukait entertained 1 ,r,rn,t, CT A§ Bso ^ UTIO ' ?J the Aces Hich brldep rliih nt nnp WIBBRBAS, on date of May 14, 1939, •M- i t C ™ g j . „£ the Bounty Home was completely ' o clock luncheon Wednesday. Two stroyed by fire, and tables were In play, Mrs. Roy' Wooldrldge winning high, Mrs. F. tfiM a teeef*i feiectioVi 'i>t t«% County ofKtilufutti. 1A tK« WAi« of .town, will M h*ld on th* l«th day of Jtinc, im U , which election there will be m»btnitt«<J ,.to the voter* of »ald Coutl^to. be., by them voted upon the following' proposition: "*•.-. Shall the County of KoMuth, Ih thfe State of Iowa, bonstfUct a new Coilnty Home to replace the one destroyed by fire for an amount not to exceed 160,000.00 and levy a taft on all the taxable 'property within s*ld county fot- the year 1989 payable In 1MO, at a • rate' not to»exceed • one and, one-' fourth tf%) mills on the dollar of taxable -value in addition -to all other tftxea to pay f6'r Said Coiinly Home. • ' Thd polls of said election will be opened at 8:00 6'tilodk a. m. In the forenoon and remain open until There l,i> E. S. E. MoDONA'tiD, Cou " Chairman County for at J. Lain*, second, and Mrs. Walla- CounTy kait,, travel. Mrs. C. D. Colburn I quarters._and , the Inmates of said Home are now being carcdi places In Kossuth was a clnb guest. WHBRiHAS, it Is necessary and es- The Ba-nH«it T-nvnl «5 <5 /.looc, ntlnl *° tne welf are of the County ine uapust Jxijal S. S. class an(! to the inmates of said County- meets at 2:30 Thursday afternoon i Home and other poor persons need- at the church, and hostesses will be Mesdames Jesse Lashbrook, Harvey Coletnan, and Nettie Jones. The program committee consists of Ing supervised care that said County 'Home be rebuilt at the earliest possible date, and WHEREAS, the Insurance on said County Home was only In the Anna Ingersoll and Mrs. Russell i 3 ™^'^! 6 ' 000 ; 00 ' an <? \, Cook. WHEREAS, since the erection of Mr= T r.' -a __» i , , ' f al . d orI S'nal County Home the popu- Mrs. T. P. Harrington's circle of | latlon of Kossuth County has greatly the Congregational • ' J "" ' liave a cafeteria st lome of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Knudsen on the Plum Creek road Friday, beginning at 5 o'clock. The public Is invitetfl church will ln " eas ed and for the best Interest of npr at the , Coun ty It Is necessary that a Per at tne.iareer. more modP™ « n rt ,,r>.»«j«»« The Presbyterian Fellowship club meets tdmorrow night at Josiph Skow.'s, Wesley. Members are o meet at the church at 7:15, and ransportation will be furnished on 'equest. Mrs. Clarence Stew'art entertain- d at a surprise birthday dinner 'riday evening honoring her daughter Catherine. There were ix guests. • Carrie Durant entertained her nth grade students at her home Friday evening. She is principal f the Third ward' school. The Standard Bearers wfll meet t 7:15 Friday evening at the •lethodist church. Mrs. F, E. Sawer is leader: The local Thomas Guild will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 Mrs. W. E. Laage's; near Fenon. larger, more modern, up-to-date Mrs. L. W. Fox was reelected :ime when (the rule must be violated—the Oddsandender's obser- :ions on silly masculine clothing habits deserves support. A more glorious male attire will give the . . . ee , . . president of the Legion Auxiliary V pastor - The couple was at- held Friday night at the Legion ' e " d f d by Louis e McFntfre and ll. Clinton Mai-dick, both of Arm- Other officers elected were: first ^ trou g' the ] atter a brother of the vice, Mrs. H. E. Stephenson; sec- ° riae: Wrs - Larson was graduated • • • •-•• •-• IrXj^AAbUOUlJ. | OC\i f ,, •• — —• CJ« *****••* VV^l* ond vice, Mrs. R. H. Guderian: f- om , tlie Armstrong high school secretary, Mrs. F. A. Bartholo- ? n 3 and ^^ beea operating a Archery Club Will Give Demonstration Officers of the Algona Archery lub met last night to perfect lans for a demonstration at the onservation League's picnic to- ight at the fairgrounds. This picnic Is in celebration of| he close of the league's annual pring hunt for predatory animal* nd birds.' Prizes win be awarded or the most points scored in the unt. A five-man trap-team chainp- onship will be shot off, and both egular and midget traps will be rovlded for use of anyone who •Ishes to shoot. The league will sell ammunition and shells and' operate refreshment stands. There Is no admission charge: „.-..„„„ .uu.c Qitiio win sive me r (ir OQ .,. men something to talk about while !„„„,„,' :he women go into ecstasies about the doodad that 'goes here with the flipper-flopper that matches the shade that goes there. The men can come out with such discussions as t< Bartholo- mewj treasurer . M rs. Anton Did- sergeant-alarms, Mrs. chaplain, Mrs. Fern G. H. large — Mesdames Joseph F. Pelisek, was s ^ pp ^iMrs. Jos. Harig continues shop. Mr. Larson e Rtngsted i* now farming. Shower Mesdames Jolnr. Foth, Esther Hanson, Lenore Peck, and A. A. Fisher were hostesses at a miscel- house wear And it has a lot of wa gven by M» H. W. POST Dray and Transfer °' Persons ln aance A ' Umg Distance Hauling. Every load insured agauM loss and damage of all H"*fr Equipped to do all kind* ot hauling andi PHONE MS tttt« ••>••« Algona, low. business suit are lightening. Maybe we'll all get back to the days when the man wore the colors. THE HICKEY*season, where "bloomers" appear magically: over night on the gal's cheek, is again here. A couple bloomed during last week. HIGH SCHOOL *a n d college Kraduates are now faced with the stern fact that thev must start life larnestly. Soon will come a yearning to be bank in these carefree and happy days. AX INSTTIUNTE Algonian picked up a match cover giving a definition of a kiss, as follows: "A kiss is a peculiar proposition—of no use to one, absolute bliss for two. The small boy gets it for nothing, the young man has to steal it, and the old man has to buy it. It is the baby's right, the lover's privilege, and the hyno- nrite's mask. To a young girl it means faith, to a married woman inpe. and to an old maid, charltv." To which might be srtrled the doc- or's opinion that millions of nasty ittle germs may be exchanged by a single smack. IT'S smn?RTsrNro. in view of the amount of clothing a woman wears how much drawer and closet snace she needs to keep that little in. MODERATION AND temner- ance are two of the overworked and most misunderstood words. Both mean half-way, or the middle course. Too many are excessive In their moderation, and intemnerate In their temnerance. Toleration is a good word to become better acnualnted with, and to practice more. * * * * INSTEAD OF calling a person a 'least, it would be smart to say he . . — -. — — •**-.*«,.. *i "wua^* W o octal I. tu oav no sister, was here May 25th tp call is "zooidal.' which would • be on old friends. Alfred lived here proner under some circumstances, years ago. He Is now a sales- as it means "pertaining to or re- man for television supplies out of Dearer. semfollng an animal." —D.E.D. purchase of shoes and clothing for needy veterans' children. This, work ii - in ing business, refreshments Ve8 ' diViS '° n was wlves ^tertained at A. Bartholomew won „.„„ Mrs. James D. Burns was low. Wed- evenlng in honor of Mi- were and Mrs. Armin Schultz, who were high, and Mrs. Schultz is the former' Jean Ann Runchey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Runchey, Neosho, Mo m\»A».« ... *»* _ * —•*-•» , , There were 31 persons in atten- Cresco Township Girl Weds— Vivian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs ^=,^^0 I>T o v i Ralph Morgan, of Cresco town- fh Chu , Uz is em P'°yed at ship, and Albert, son of Mis M c ^ m fry oil station. The new Charles Peter, were married Sun- M « hultz J S a Granddaughter of day at one o'clock at toe Trlnlt^ T Runchey ' Algoua B±:™±:,? h , b / ?»*"'*'• " G »«'>P!?S .Teas" Are Planned Braner, pastor, in a ceremony. The bride was attired in -ring The Presbyterian women are holding a group of "galloping teas" a this week at various homes in Margaret, who wore peach chiffon every -siy and Friday. A EARLY WORlffi 'CONTROL 7W s~y» *<£-—^^-~-J J i» VITotma hold back chicks — slunt their S r o w t h 1 Add Dr. Salisbury's fivi-Tone to their macb and notico the difference! ' Get B package fo: your chicks todayl " Lusby's Drug County Home be erected In order to properly and effectively take, care of Insane • persons, • indigent, and'' poor persons needing- supervised care. NOW, therefore, it Is RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors In special session assembled this 23rd day of May, 1939, that a new County Home be built at a cost not to exceed 160,000.00 and that a Special Election be and the same Is now hereby called for date of June 19, 1939. in order to vote on this proposition, and to vote a special tax of one and one-fourth (Hi) mills to pay for the construction and equlplng ot said County Home, Siif^ hlol \«n Ie iP tl0 ? the fo "°wlng proposition will be placed upon the ballot to be voted on by the voters of Kossuth county, Iowa: .. Sh 5» the county of Kossuth In the State of Iowa construct a new County Home to replace the one destroyed by fire for an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 and levy a tax on all the taxable property within said County for the year 1939 payable in 1940 at a rate not to exceed one and one-fourth (lio mills on the dollar of taxable value in addition to all other taxes to pay for said County Home. It is further ,RBSQL.VB(D .that notice of said Special Election shall be given by publication once each week in the Algona Upper Des Molnes a newspaper of general circulation iu Kossuth County for four (4) consecutive weeks, such notice to be as follows: Public notice is hereby given SHOPatA&P WE DO OOB OWN 1EK8 DR. F. E. SAWYER. Opt. Algona 1, Authoring- Mtnbtr: Dr. Saltbury'a Nation.wldo Poultry H»ltli 8«r»l°i will bridegroom. Mrs. Braner played of ^ the wedding march, and Elfrieda ' Lehman sang. After the ceremony, Campfire Girls Have Meetlncr—? a reception was held at the home The Luhosho Campfire girls met of the bride's parents for 70 rela- Saturday afternoon at the home of lives and friends. their guardian, Mildred Rich Marv Mrs Peter, who is a 1936 gradu- Cruikshank, assistant guardian ate of the local high school, has also attended. Roll call was ans- been teaching a rural school near wered with 'Honors I Have Earn- Ai-mstrong. The bridegroom, a ed." The girls' song is Wohelo graduate of the Story City high meaning work, health, love. A talk school, is now farming near Stan- was given on Making the Most of ho , p ,t , , „ M e, by Ruth Ann Clement. The Ihe couple left for a short wed- rest of the afternoon was spent at aing trip and will be at home by making campfire books the end of the week. Uell-Wittkopf Weddlnj? Sunday- Party for Departing Boy— Marlene, daughter of Mr. gl»H «•!!• ind W««4«ork. ».,..-,,,tutu,,! ueuumg »nnaay— Mariene, daughter of Mr and Luella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, entertained w,S-J? 6 "'. A1 ?°??' an * , E - C. six little friends at a farewell •M fMy t« KMP ctewi •M^ Mi4 w«t*r. ant, h ,_ wnb , . son of Mr - and Mrs - farewell last week Monday for Lynn h wu^. - - r bert WIttkopf, Lotts Creek, were Hunter, grandson of Mr. and rled8unday - afteraoon . L. J. Dickinson, who left nnhii- . . , o e e double ring ceremony by the Rev. day, with h! 8 graudparenta to live P. J. Braner at the Trinity Lu- at Des Molnes Other guests were tberan church. The altar was dec- Chartea Holmes. BobDy and jS orated with ponies. Ell a Zumach Becker, Jack Slaughter, Jerry Put- sang I Love You Truly and Take ton, and H»rley JttcV RICHARDSON'S COMPA1TY 4 Pity Store With Country Prices WHITE HOUU EVAP. 23c Fresh Creamery IHJTTER - '. •HOHTKHINO CRISCO . . .- 3 A 49e ANN PAOt PEANUT 1UTTER i«» 1J 0 *HH PAQE ASSTD. JELLIES - « a °<- 10c TENDERIZED Sunsweet Prunes SUNNY FIELD BRAN FLAKES ION* LIMA BEANS - 4 2lb. boi 15 oi. pkg. c..'Jt- OR SARDINES - YUKON CLUB ASSTD. BEVERAGES - 4 NECTAR BLACK TEA . »«''.. MOTOR OIL 19c IOc 19c u 5e £ 2»c Plus bottle deposit . . '/> Ib. oa- pkg. *"* Pennsylvania 2 S S1-» Plus 80 Tux RED CIRCLE—Hlch * Full Bodied DAILY EQQ SCRATCH FEED 10 oi". 1.68 CLEANE " B oi. bottla 2Sc QfiAW&ROOMS PALMOUVE . LAUNDRY SOAP Crystal White . 10 «,'»' 33 C RED BOX SUPER SUDS . 2 ^ 31 C FLOATING AJAX SOAP . LAUNDRY AJAX SOAP- 39c 3can»> SOQTT PAPER TOWELS 2 WALDORF 80FT-WEVE TISSUE - - - 6 roi: : 25c Fancy cut Wax Beans, 3 Jfo, 2 cans ___________ 25c Whole Green Beans, No. 2 —can __ — -_-_.._ — ,_. iOc j Victor Cake Flour, 8 294 i !», plt -.., T ,..._...25e •New Potytoes, 16.B), pk. 8»c Oranges, size 252, doz. ..29c Lemons, slz« 800, doz. ._80o Ai-P FOOD STORFS Bernice Stock presents the pupils of her Dance Studio in their Third Annual Recital "A RHYTHM PARADE" Aeolorfol review of Pep, Song, Frolic and Fun] High School Auditorium Thursday June, 8th 8:00 p.m. Children under 12, 20c Adulte,36c G«Cttc£efe firm •tadn*»«r at door. No reserved seat* R £ MEM BE R Tour DOCTOR As He Remembered You "NINETY PER CENT OF MY business goes: on iny books," says a local doctor, "and my 'collections , are so slow that I am constantly pressed to meet my living expenses." Is It just that our doctors be treated that way, while 'groceries, clothing, and other things are being paid for in cash? Kossuth County Medical Society T*STCS COOP) Y€AH... ANPlTMAKfS mCTOOPTAST : tern*, TOO! Gluek's Beer adds test to the food, increases the feeling of good fellowship, and makes .$$* e noon-hour rest a real relax, arion. It means more enjoyment in many ways, In Gluek's yo u 'U find extra quality, a delicioos tang, * flavor that is centuries old. Just tty it the. next time you order beer and see if you don't like Gh »ek'» just a little bit fcttf* A?V; for it by name. QMJEK BREWING CQ, Enjoy if oar

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