Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1939 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 13, 1939
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ers Our improired Trinity Mixture Is the ideal protein supplement. Minerals, rftaminn, proteins Goes farther, costs less than tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. ALOONA, IOWA Home Park Thursday Night CHARLESC1TY Sunday Night PINEY WOODS COLLEGIANS COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. IOWA /*tk-*Bjto f*^" f^ * • .«•!•(--n ^ . _ ^ "W^L" 1 •"'' *y •**" 375 Sec Burt Aid Pagearit FLOOR VARNISH FOR FLOORS FURNITURE WOODWORK fi'LINOLEUM Floor drudgery is ended, once "61" is .-applied. Resistant to wear and water, "61" floors are SAFE; not slippery; require ^no renewal or attention for : years, other than ordinary cleanins with a dust mop or soap and water. Made in Clear Gloss, Satin Finish and Dull Finish. 16 MODELS OF WEDDINGGOWNS ARE DISPLAYED Burt, June "12—(Last week Tuesday afternoon nearly 175 women attended the Methodist Aid Guest day at which a Pageant of Brides was presented. In this pageant bridal gowns worn from 1855 to 1939 were shown by 16 models. Mrs. Dean Andrews gave a short account of each wedding. Several musical numbers . completed the program. Friday afternoon, the Program .wss .repeated ;befor.e'v260 women from Ahroha.'Fehton; Ti- touka, and Lone^Rock. Hansens la Family Reunion— A number of Burt families attended a Hansen family reunion at West Bend Sunday. They were the I. W. Hansens, Elmer Hansens, L. TRUTH about ADVERTISING By CHARLES B. ROTH TRADE MARKS AND DOLLAR MARKS living the matter of consumers like yourself. . . much thought you might de< fine a trade mark on a package or W ITHOUT n H. Schencks, Clalr Winkles, Harold Hnnsens. About 85 tended. and, at- 110 .COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO, 110 So. Dodge Street Phone 275, Algona REMEMBER Your DOCTOR A s He Remembered You PUT YOURSELF IN THE DOC- tor's place. '"'Would you feel very kindly about that account of yours? You want to be fair. Why not see your doctor and arrange to pay the bill, either in full or in part. You'll find him willing to co-operate with you in every way possible. Kossuth County Medical Society for your We'll be glad to talk over your problems without obligation to you. Remember, too, all our experience and knowledge of local real estate and builders is at your service to spare you possible costly errors, give you'full value. BUILD NOW/ We make it easy to buy, build, modernize, or refinance homes. No red- tape. Our service is prompt and friendly. And you are spared costly mortgage renewals. You get a safe plan —one suited to your income. It's easy to understand, too. Payments are made just as you would pay rent. Learn now how you can finance this easy way. ALOONA FEDERAL SAVIN GS & LOAN C. R, La Barre, Sec'y*Treas, Member Federal Home Loan Bank C. W. PatteMons Go West- Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson spent several days last week at the C. W. Patterson home, staying with her grandchildren during the absence of their parents, who left Wednesday for California. Opening Band Concert Given— The band gave the first concert of the year Wednesday evening on the street. Glenn Anderson is band leader. The stores are to be open on Wednesday evenings as usual [luring the summer. Attend floan Guest Day— A number of Presbyterian and Methodist women attended Guest day at the Doan church Thursday afternoon. Eugenia Kriethe sang solo. las Operation at Algona— J. H. Graham was taken to the General hospital in' AJgona. Friday morning,"where he 'was 1 operated m by a Doctor Schwartz, of Des Moines. Other Bnrt News. Mrs. Mary .Steward, Mrs. Paul Macauley, Mrs. Lillian' Sheldon, Mrs. C. B. Chipman, and Mrs. Henry Gettman attended a Rebekah convention at Wesley Wednesday afternoon and evening. rMs. H. L. Saureman and son, Sigourney are visiting Mrs. Sauermann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.1 Staehle. Mr. Sauermann attended a school for educational directors at Ames last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kerr, and Mattie Warner and Eva Whitney had a picnic supper at the Call park Friday evening. Mrs. W. L. McLeod and two daughters, Hawarden, visited Tuesday and Wednesday at the M. L. Vinaas' home. The McLeods are former Burt residents. The Myron Meinzers and Harold Stewards were Des Moines visitors last week Monday and'also visited Mr. Meinzer's sister, Mrs. Ben Evanson; Story Cltyi '. • • Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and son Wallace went to. Mason City Thursday to visit-a day or two with Mrs. Hawcott's brothers and their families. Paul Kriethe Jr., who is studying law at Iowa City, is spending its vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe. Buttermaker L. E. Roetman and J. P. Trunkhill attended a State Brand trade mark creamery meeting at Ames Thursday. Mrs. C. E. Jones, Buffalo Center, visited Wednesday and Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Morgan. The Community club met Thursday evening at the Marvin hotel or supper and a business meet- ng. Mrs. K. J. Smith went to Kingsley Wednesday to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. Little. Mrs. Jonathan Hulburt, Gliflden, spent the week-end with 'Mrs. Maude Hanna. Tom Trenary made a trip, to Chicago with cattle last week. an advertisement at • mark of Identification which protects the intereit of the teller against Imitators; a selfish symbol, you know, which ex Jsts to help som< one man or firm to eel rich. Actually a trade mark is as much to your interest •• it ts to the man's who owns it and has U registered In his name..* :' FoV.it . guide for you "whicli you can absolutely trust You can buy anything under a trade mark and know that the qu»l- Ity, the quantity and the price will be right. You do not even have to examine the package before you buy. M the trade mark is there, so also will the quality be there. The merchant knows that He prefers to sell trade-marked, that Is, advertised, goods, because they nave the confidence of the public and can be sold easily, quickly and In quantity. Back of the trade mark is advertising. It stands for the trade mark for the trade mark Itself is merely a Design etched on paper, until advertising gives it life in the minds Charles Roth The trade mark which safes yH meaey and lime need e«t be a formal design ef a Mllraal manifac- tarer er advertiser. It nay be merely the familiar name ef year grecet er haberdasher, appearing at the feet ef his advertisements la the newspaper. Wherever you see those familiar words or names or marks you know that you are In the presence of a man who is doing his level best to be worthy of your trade and who gWants to keep you coming'back. t He Is advertising for that purpose, notifying you that he Is In business to stay and that you can buy from him and he will stand back of his goods. For you the trade mark, like the dollar mark which we all respect, stands for full value wherever it happens to be found. But unidentified goods are as uncertain as counterfeit money, and the wise man or woman avoids both. And hew close these trade marks are to ear lives and how comforting they are to us when we boy! Ton ge Into a Here. On the shelves are familiar marks yon have seen all yonr life. , You recognize them as you do familiar faces in a strange crowd— and they give you the same comfort- Ing feeling of familiarity and respect. Trade marks exist to help you buy more serenely and profitably. C Charlei B. Roth. . ..^^v¥?^r'Y ..... .i:ijj£i£^^i$&t->.??*&? :>h ' i -,, -,^ rAjT . w vi SERVICE HELD IN CHURCH HERE FOR MRS, EDITH OAWSON Wesley, June 12 — Funeral services for Mrs. Edith Chapln--Daw son, who died last week Tuesday at her home in Wesley, were held at the Seven Day Adventist church in 'Algona. Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, preceded by a prayer service at the Preston Chapln home In Wesley at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Dawson had been in ailing Health for some time, the last two weeks of which was spent in bed. She was born Edith Chapln, the daughter-of Mr. and-Mrs. Roman11 and '.Virginia.-Chapin, February 23, 1873," in! .Wesley" township, and In' her'early womanhood taught In the Reibsamen and Chandler Ward schools north of town. December 20, 1897, she was married to Oraoe T. Dawson, to which union was borne one son Arlo LeRoy. The Dawsons lived at Algona until 1920, when they moved to Mason City, and Mr. Dawson followed the tailor trade at both places. Mr. Dawson died on March 7, 1931. Following this and in failing health, she returned to the place of her birth two years ago, where she and her brother Preston Chapin made their home together. Besides her son and his wife, and her brother Preston, she leaves another, brother, LeRoy Chapin, In Canada. The Rev. Mr. Scherrer, Adveut- ; ist pastor, was in charge of ser- Mrs 1 . Wnllam Fuerstenau children w«re Wedriesda visitors • at' the Mrs. Dora t i hoUM *S. • THIS CORN NUDS Sick-looking corn is often only ,tar ve d I I young corn plants growing on hi g h-l ime ' "?* ' have yeiiow-slreaked leaves with brown \ ' i you can be sure of this because such ° rchtj l U«e potash to r* lnsure SIDE-DRESSING 1938 WEDDING OFLEDYABDER IS ANNOUNCED Ledyard, June 12—Friends and relatives here received announcements last week of the marriage of Irene Junkermeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Junkermeier — •! • V MUtt^sl M4V4OI to Harold Daubenberger, Hedrick, which took place in March, 1938. Irene has Uught the past several years in Hedrick. The couple will be at home in Hedrick. cousins of the Bracks. Mrs. Alfred Zielske and two sons went to Eagle Grove last week Tuesday to visit at Raymond Wilcox's.-ahd help during the .Strawberry season. Arthur Zielske, faipii^'visited ^t "Edward Hagge's in Buffalo Center Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare, J. T. Welfare, and Mrs. Albert West visited at their sister, Mrs. Wm. Watts;" at Waseca," Minn'.; a. we.ek ago Sunday. Mayer Family Returns Home- Mrs. D. B. Mayer and daughters, Marjorie, Barbara, and Peggy, returned Wednesday from a three-weeks trip visiting relatives in Southern Iowa. -While gone they spent a day with the V. A. Barretts at Troy. Mr. Barrett was music teacher here for 11 years, and now is superintendent at Troy. The Barretts are enjoying their new work and are returning there next year with an increase in sal- ay. ./The, Mayers also,.visited: Mrs! Mayer's sister, Mrs; A. C. Miller, at Birmingham. Mrs. Miller is beti ter known as Alice Dunham, teach- : er ^her'e'for several years. Attend Family Reunion— Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson, Duane and Kenneth, visited Mrs. Thompson's brother and family, the E. H. Masons, of Charles City, and attended a Mason reunion a week ago Sunday. Lottie Mason, of Lu Verne, who had been visiting in Charles City two weeks, returned home with them. Attend Funeral of Annt— Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mayne, and Mrs. Roy Hartshorn drove to Creston Saturday to attend the funeral of an aunt, Miss Gilbert Mayne. Edith Logan accompanied them as far as Winterset, where she visited at an uncle, Martin Logan's. They returned Sunday. Mrs. August Nolte,-t)f Butler, S. D., and.Mrs. H. Ploegei' visited last week Tuesday at Fred Ploeger's. Mrs. Nolte is an aunt of Mrs. Ploeger. ,_ i 'The Methodist Aid meets in the three ' church basement Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Aeilt Troff and Mrs. Glenn Burrows hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, La Cour, of »»i i-Qoiu., was in cnarge or services, with Mrs. Vaughn Rising, of Algona, singing several solos. The arrangement of flowers was in charge of Mrs. Halvor Flom Jr Mid Mrs. F. A. Diekmann, both of vesley. Pallbearers were K J "ox, Fred Seefeld, Guy M. Butts,' fohn Hutchison, John Amesbury nd Clarence Ward. Burial took lace In Riverview cemetery at Alona. • ' •ack of Rainfall is Felt at Lakota Lakota, June 12—Rain seems to Jail all around Lakota but this vl- <pni.ty.gets none. Oats are reported jiny a.few inches high,and jnany iields are already heading. Corn is i'0t yet suffering expent in place* Where there was not enough mois- luer to sprout the seed, making a loor stand. LOTTS CREEK ago new Ford car. Krelyn Mayne Graduated— 'Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne drove to Mason City Wednesday and brought home their daughters Ev.__. . fj>T». who was just graduated from Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle is driving a Ti 1 '?" °° lle ge In Mason City. -• T "-- J ---- 'and Edith, who has just completed a two-year course at Coe college in Cedar Rapids. Fern Lewis Graduated— Mrs. Wilson Brack accompanied her father, Frank Lewis, and Mrs. Hugh Lewis, to Dubuque last week Tuesday to attend the graduation of her sister Fern from Dubuque university. They returned Wednesday. Amboy, Minn.," spent a week Sunday at Edw. Junkermeler's and Jay Blome's. •Mr. and Mrs. August Knoner returned Thursday after a month with their daughter, Mrs. Brand, at Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke went to Willis, Minn., Wednesday to tend a Yahnke family reunion --'.'• Howard Dyer ' left We'dnesda morning for Estherville to com mence work on electric lines ' Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel visite at Carl Stanley's near Elmore week ago Sunday afternoon. Louie Mason, of Lu Verne, vis ited Saturday and Sunday at Geo Thompson's. Raymond and Bob Barslow wer In Algona last week Tuesday 01 business. Th « H ', -R; Maver s purchased a new Buick Saturday. Kenneth Rusch. Mon<lay of FILE FOLDERS—WE HAVE 500 legal size file folders, off color win re ,f. ulal ; ly at * 2 ' 50 I"* WO While they last at $1,50.—The Ad vance. SENECA Church Yard Is Cleaned— A group of 12 men from the local Methodist church met last week Monday evening and cleaned the church yard. Some of the women served lunch to the workers. Donna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irviu Classen received numerous cuts and scratches when a dog bit her a week ago Sunday. Clamps were used to close the wounds on her face. 'Mrs. Harley Hoeck spent the fore part of last week at her brother Vern Hawbaker's at Dickens. The Modern Mixers met with Mrs. Art Paulsen Wednesday after-1 noon. Mrs. Curtis Olsen, Mrs. EH Enl * rs Mason City Hospital— mer Lee, Mrs. Howard Richards, "" " " *' and Harriet Olsen won prizes for games duing the afternoon.- Alyce and Harriett Olsen were club gue , s , ts ' The nex t meeting will be at Mrs. Irvin Classon's July 6. Blanche Olsen returned to her home Wednesday after several day at her aunt, Mrs. Ray Goering's. Mrs. Curtis Olsen, daughters Alyce and Harriett, and Bud Paulsen, spent Wednesday evening at Mrs. Karen Larsen's, near Mallard. ----Mrs. R. E. Johnson, who has been ill for some time with diabetes, went to Mason City last week Tuesday to efate'r the hospital for treatment.'" Farm Homestead Honghtr- The Joe Maynes recently pur- 1 the.:Mayne home farm from the other .heirs. . They have been living jon the farm for 12 or 13 years. '• CLASSIFIED COPY — WE HAVE a library of classified copy on practically all lines of merchandise or service. Special copy prepared in campaign form without extra charge. Tell us what you wan.t We'll have it prepared- Advance Pub. Co. 20U Is New AAA Employe— Marjorie Oswald went to Algona last week Monday to commence work in the AAA offices. ummence Other Ledjard N*w«. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack and Wilson Brack went to Kanawha a week ago Sunday to attend the funeral of the small daughter of the Goodriches. The family arej Senri-Moss Yo«-||b.DeUGH«Ow!.h.h. d, orm . w!h, with Hili lov«l y , .oft MODERN flni.h for woll,, e .|,, nB . „, woodwork . "MI-GIOSS 9 .v., 5h.. n . W!»ho«».Shln. — dlffu... light WITHOUT .o,|, y . Dri ., „. br!9Ma B dcl.onlONG«. An or.!,! Hc.wnltary, 'NIXPENSIVE flni.h for !>om«i, heipltali or tichoeli. Rodell and v i i ?H° r H' ittts St r - Of 680 " drove to Fairmont , ay , af ' ei ' n °°n to take Mrs. Os- 1'ison to her father's home, While twre she is going to help her DATING nand punches, files Ev- you need!—Ask Advance. J A side-dressmg of 100-20^ Ibs, of muriate of „, acre as late as the second or third cultivation haj" in very profitable increases in yield. 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