Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1939 · Page 9
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m ' .•*••! jcogsutti INGS l**J 1 ye*v i i trade-in I waterer* r«»« MAY WIN ^=»ww-& ! *k^^ i*&&A^m?ttis*sa!x SHSwswas-P fcY^nrntnr. ,.— — iMk ...rrs FREE Th* contest te free. You •re not required to tony » •Ingle tkln( to enter. Just Me w for the official entry fttonk. HALF-TON GMC PRICES STACK UP WITH. THE IOWIST Get the astonishing facts on General Motors Truck power and fas economy. Check them ••jainst the whole field and you'll find that no other truck lives so much for so little. OUTPUUS ANY Vi-TON • SAVES MORE GAS • BIGGER CABS BIGGEST BODIES • 4 SHOCK ABSORBERS on of loweif available rain House Cleaning Reducing prices with a vengeance. ne bugs on anklets and knee-high hose. All the children's, misses, and womb's anklets, the regular 10c, 15c and 20c , out they go at. 6c. . We had 8,000 pairs at the beginning of 'ue season. ? We have nearly 2,000 pairs left. They «e yours at.Gc a pair, They never wear skirts too high to suit we, but this year they did wear them too • suit our stock of knee high silk hos- The 50c and 65c full-fashioned pure 25c a pair. Our 26c and 35c kind are Wing like hot cakes at lOc a pair. We just t out teeth and wrap them up. A few more days like Friday and Sat- and they will be gone and forgotten. Wve 17 wash, dresses left, sizes 14 and xpu can have them at 25c each. This ! up a total of over 5,000 dresses we s 0 i d in a year< •*••', - f«o more dresses for me. Too much «• digging up things around the need selling and cutting the price ^ Jem quickly. ,^ •Men's:fancy BOX, 7c, Wash ties, genu- »ln aPp ^ 1!at - 5c - Straw hats, 5c, Base£'? P " > 5c ' Ge »Wt»e bridle belts at 24c. rtn* en v?ated oxfords at 98c, Ladies' . • slippers, leather sol0; sizes 2 and 3, at & \r ir ' OhUdren's'slslrts,-aU sizes, at •tot* a? n o! ^ 1 *3fc l good charnbra work " y *«s at 2Ko each, boys' work 'shoes, all sizes, An drew Anderson, Swea City, Dies LIVED IN NORTH '~~~ ~"~ AtoVANCft ALQOKA. IOWA PAGE mm KOSSUTH FOR HALF CENTURY Swea City, June 12—'Death closed the long and useful life of Andrew Anderson a week a'go- Sunday. Mr. Anderson had been in :rall health for some years. •Born in Arlof, Sweden, In 1862, he had just passed his 77th birthday at the lime of. his death. Mr. Anderson .had spent over 60 years of his life in north Kossuth, and helped build this community. He bad learned the stone mason's trade in Sweden and followed that work for over halt a century. Jtfe came to Bancroft in 1888, and moved to this neighborhood in 1892 when the townsite was laid out. Many of the buildings in north KosBUth still bear Mr. Anderson's handiwork. In 1898, he married Anna Pearson, -who survives him. He and his wife and five • son's united with the local Baptist church in 1914, and it was from that church that funeral services! were held Wednesday, with tho| Rev. R. P. Bi-onleewe in charge. Burial was in Harrison township cemetery. Besides his wife, he is survived by five sons, Albert, Carl, and Fred, of Swea City; Nels, of Armstrong; and Olof, of Paxlon, 111; and one daughter (Florence) Mrs. Alfred E. Anderson, Swea City. There are also 11 grandchildren, and relatives in Sweden. SHOWER OF HOME IMBEDS &VEN IN PORTLAND FOR FARMfFIRE VICTIMS 'Portland, June 12 — More than Whorter's the name eve«In«. 150 met at Martin Larson's last 1 : , . • —Wednesday afternoon for a family ^* Attend Biirt gift offering for the Henry Nel- « " - - Pof tlattdefs -who,attended at Bijrt Methodist church -fuf Ir y p Kt" «' k > M. fell lert|>c sons, whose home burned a week ...-. ago Saturday. The Nelsons are or Friday were Mesdames M. fc n very thankful for ihe many things Larson, Charles and Befilrd received which included clothing, Phelps, Tom Trenary, Sunnier bedding, and household necessities Parsons, Jpe.,2anke, Clyde rBris- of various kliids. The women also t° w > F - 'A. aria William Rihgsflorf, took food, and a lunch was served. a "d Wyotl Stall.;. , I-H Girls' Pictures Taken— (JWb'tO MtWit— •» v»mn iici/ares i HKCII— mrwgresB tjiao •to jneeir— / Mrs. Ruth Seaton Hicks, Algona, | The Portland Progress club {will was at Tom Trr>iry's Friday at- meet 'Thursday at Mrs. Raympnd ternoon and took pictures of six Mo'yer!&. Members are 16 tak 4-H club girls in colonial costumes cup, sauce dish, and spoon. ASL they wore in a dance for Rally ing hostessesi are Mesdames BY day. They girls were Viola Tren- and Arch Burger, D. E. Fitch, ary, Betty and Dorothy Stewart, Hans Koestler. Lavina Jandl, Margaret Ringsdorf,' and Ruth McFarland. Mrs. Hicks' was a supper guest at Ray Mc- - ' I Other Portland News. N Mrs. Rcty McWhorter attended A committee meeting at Harry Bode's" Friday evening, and alto visited her itibther, Mrs. Bert- McCorkle, who Is'again suffering with stomach trouble. Rose Marie Ringsdorf went to Irvlngtdn Wednesday for several days at Barney Frankl's. Mrs. Frankl and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf, Rose Marie's mother, are sisters. Mrs. Avery Fitch spent Wednesday with her parents, the Earl Cushmans, near Bancroft, and helped with cannnlg. The Ous Knutson family and Mrs. Chris Knutson, Maple Hill, spent Sunday, at J. P. Helder- scheldt's. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray, St. Cloud, Fia., were Thursday supper guests at Wyott Stott's. C. H. KLAMP. Field Bepre*«ntsrtlre At Warren Beenkeu's Friday, 'No. 169, was doing ' his cve'nlng southwest of Ledyard, Mrs. Beenken and their Mr. and ; chores when we called last week four boys Tuesday. Mr. Marlow informed .us . were ready to go fishing. They had . that Mrs. Marlow was . to have a finished cultivating corn for the ' major operation last Wednesday. second time and it shows up f inc. • Mr. and Mrs. Marlow have one of They were' going somewhere along the best farms in these parts and New Garage, Porches Built— Among building improvements \ t lie~"DeV~Molne7 river" and" mother ; keep it in fine shape. going on in town are the new gar- 1 age on the Guy Bone residence property and two new porches on the Gus Sanftner house. The lockers and refrigerating equipment have now been* installed at the new locker plant, and following tests had put up a lunch for the family. * * # * At Arthur Goche's, east of Bancroft, Friday Arthur's father, William Goche, was helping with the work. They are painting the corn crib built last season. the locker system will open , business. Local strawberry grow- , one girl. ors are interested in the new con- for , Mrs. Goche have three Mr. and boys and tainers for berries being offered by the creamery. Klnvatpr Meeting Held— A. J. Berends, northwest of Bancroft was mixing paint Friday when we called. He Is haying buildings painted on his three farms. The Swea City Farmers cooper-! These farms all have good sets of alive elevator held its annual bust- i buildings and Andy believes in ness meeting Saturday night at. the'keening/them in good condition, egion hall. Three directors Were | „ * * * * elected. 'Charles Kinney is t Reynolds park .band shell Fri- ay. Judging from the strains of melody floating from the practice KLASSIE MOTOR 18 Sont* 'Maynard'Kueck, south of Swea ic'manager. The books were aud-lCit-y., was busy Friday hoeing and ed last week, with Frank Fitz-1 cleaning the- weeds out of a potato erald, public accountant from Patch that shows up very good. Mr. ort Dodge, in charge. Mr. Fits- \ and Mrs. JKueck have one boy, now erald has handled this work for local elevator since 1921. and Concerts Open Friday- a year old. * * * * At F. E. Hagedorn's, west of Elmore, last week Monday carpen : The municipal band, under di- ters were busy doing some repair: ection of Gerald Niemeyer, will work on the house. They are also egin a series of summer concerts finishing a room upstairs which destroy the vines, and that kills the peas. With this machine mounted on a light . truck they spray a fine white powder on the vines. This powder kills the lice. This is the first year they have Seen using this type of machine. It blows the powder through an arrangement of pipes. had not been finished since the house was built. Mr., Hagedorn was cu'Hivatifig his corn for the U^tVUJ »*\*O,l«tl^ **\JM • \,t»\f 'I** »»W»«**i . • ..-.—. . . - essions, this year's concerts second time, and would finish that roniise enjoyment. 'A number of,day. ew popular selections are In reparation, as well as standard vertures and marches. Icnry Myhr Buys Elevator— Henry Myhr, former'lumber yard manager here, and later trans- erred to a similar position at Es- herville, has purchased an eleva- or and lumber yard at Crystal Lake and hired Frank J. Thomp-, on to manage it. Mr; Thompson, Mrs, Chris Nelson, west of Elmore, and her son are farming 160 acres. Mr. Nelson died lasl fall very suddenly. Mrs. Nelson said he had what they call hardening of the arteries. She remarked il kept her and her son plenty busy to care for the farm. *.. * # * The .August Wihkelmans, west of Lakota, on No. 9, were! vaccinating their spring pigs. Their son, who ±btn^neSeT a a\ W r,rs «- near by, does this work for imes with elevators at Plum >eek and Swea City. First Berg Grandchild- Mr, and Mrs. Clayton Roalson are parents of a 7%-lb. boy born at Coleman hospital, Eslhe'rville, Thursday. The baby is Iheir first child and is the first grandchild 'or the A, G. Bergs. Mrs, Roalson s the former Grace Berg, and was employed as bookkeeper at the Gamble store at Algona before her marriage. S. S. Picnics arc Held— Local Sunday schools have been busy with.plans for their annual picnics. The Methodist group went to Sylvania park at Fairmont Fri day and the Immanuel Lutheran congregation is going to Okaman- pedan. state park this Wednesday. The Baptist vacation Bible school held a closing picnic Friday. New Fire Hose Tried Ont- The fire company, held its regular monthly meeting recently. The newly purchased Siamese hose connections were tried out on the 'streets that evening, and it is exr pected that they will .be of real assistance "in a fire. Two lines of inch and a half hose run from these connections. Clnb Asks Brighter Lights— The Viking club held a noonday luncheon at Christensen's cafe last week Tuesday, and passed a resolution requesting the council to arrange for brighter lights in the main street electroliers. Stricter enforcement of commercial trucK parking rules was also requested Crier Swell City. Roger Llnde, manager of the Linde Implement Co., is opening ( new tractor repair shop in con nection wjtb his.firm. -New equip ment is being installed, and Alfred Anderson will be the mechanic in Fred Looft continues- in Aii charge. ' TbT'iMieh'em Lutheran meets this Wednesday .>¥»* Mrs "ay Larson and Mrs. J. H. KnuUon entertaining. Mrs. O. D. Simmon is leader of the program, which i on The Christian Establishing Home. Mr. andMrs. Jo, mourn (ffiSfcr'. <*_•$ ter, vices Friday la Har The]] ler of & Mr. Winkelman was busy, ut Mother Winkelman likes to isit. She said that it was 48 years ast Thursday thai they were marled! and they have three boys and iree girls, all married. * * * * We called last Tuesday on C. A. kVilcox, northwesl of Lakota, on he William Gulknechl farm. He was relining the brakes on his au- omobile, as he is handy with tools nd wants to, drive safely. They lave a boy and a girl who were elping their dad. * » * * Grant Baldwin, southeast of Elmore was busy cultivating corn with a three-row tractor cultivatoi ast week Tuesday. This cleans ui he field' very fast. They have hac a new road built from the yard oui 9 the main, highway, a distance of "0 rods. This is a good improvement, They plan on putting grave on it as soon as they find some gravel on the farm. McOuire Bros,, who-were'grading the road/did the work for Mr, Baldwin, Mr. Baldwin's parents came" lo Iowa a long • •- - this Elmore, is where they stopped first, and at that time it was the only natural grove on the prairie. •' *••*»* Bert Marlow, north of Algona on * * * * Mrs. Bert Westcott, northwest of Ledyard, was not at home Wednesday, as she had' gone to Fairmont, Minn. Her son Gordon and his wife and two children were home. They have a boy and girl, Richard, 4, and Dorothy, • foui months. They farm 200 acres. Jim, the Mexican who has worked for the Westcotts 26 years, is still as active as ever. * * * * Eva Anderson and her son Earl who live a mile south of Gram sc'hool, had finished dinner /when we called Wednesday, but Mrs. Anderson. treated us to a big dish of cream and strawberries. They were good. We miss Mr. Anderson, as we always enjoyed a visit with him. He was very interest- Ing to listen to. Mr. Anderson died a year ago. * *. * * Ernest C. Asleson is the new >uttermaker at Lotts Creek creamery. He had churned Wednesday when we were there, and it was certainly fine looking butler, and .his wriler sure likes buiter. Mr. and Mrs. Asleson said the people of .the Lotts Creek neighborhood were a friendly peoplej and they wjere very much pleased with their,' new home. i •*• * * * ; . *' i Mrs. James Dunn, northwest of Ledyard, and her two sons do the farming. We did not'see the boys Wednesday r- but Mrs. ; Dunh and the boys are good farmers. Her daughter came lo Ihe house after gathering ithe eggs, and had a large milk.tfail full;; These looked'good. ..', "*.***.' | • 'At R. C. Baum's, southeasl of El-; more, Ihey were painting Iheir house Thursday. Mr. Baum aims' lo keep his yard and buildings in first-class shape. His son showed; COME IN TO BE MEASURED TODAY JLet us fill the gap between your new summer hat and your shoes. When you get a tailored suit you get a correct fit, an individually styled summer suit at nearly the same price of an ordinary suit. Smart accessories are good, but build your appearance with your suit as the foundation. . us a new machine he operates for; the pea company. They grow peas' in that part of the country.. Peas have what they call lice. These lice SEE; CLOPTON the TAILOR Phone 38 :ime ago and homesteaded 'arm. Pilot Grove, west of FREE FOOT TEST of your itocUaccd Act •hmni you by actiul com- GET RELIEF ilQIIII Come in-during this great event and learn how easily, end inexpensively you caii get relief from your foot troubles. We will gladly talk with you about your foot troubles and •how you how.millions of foot sufferers have found relief through the use of Dr. SehoU's Foot Comfort Remedies and Appliances. Come early or phone for an appointment. Brownfc lit Shoe Company The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet VY THIS AMAZING NEW ElECTRENE SPtEDS UP HOUSECLEANING-WASHLS (4 CLOTHES AND DISHES CASTER Ji CLEARER EASIER-AND AT LESS COST ^U lOc with (kis Coupoi At your nearest dealer whose .name appears in this' ad June 15. (Only these dealers can redeem this •"*UHM^. Vi'1»W.t«s*Wf *tl W» •fl'fl**'-JT— ^o-, -j- T —-" wer to all your household washing an,d cleaning, \ problems! 'Amazing ELECTRBNE washes ev. I L^'eirytWllg—cleaner", faster., and at Jess cost! ^ Dishes dry by themselves, bright and sh,iny, r '-without streaks or film? ,clo'the,s, w^sh waiter and"c;saner without boiling, so§k|ng or scrubbing*! 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