Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1939 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 20, 1939
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s With his brother Roger and Algona friends. He Is employed In the service department of an automobile firm there. Zadft SL llntler, of Des Moines, spent the week-end with daughter Ruth Ann and her son Frank and KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. Al/JQNA. IOWA J ~ " : — : .most of the Bummer there. PAGE FIVE George Schaunce. , . . . , .Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Sampson the Her.,*. C.» Bnthina* Breach- had visitors last week frOm three ed Sunday at the Burt Methodist week kochlw, of St Paul, tora few days brother, the Rev. F. C. ,_ Hainea, w|th , fished at Tiit- her.| 2?r: and Mrs ' D - C. Hutchison left „— , rath-' 1 Saturday for Minneapolis. "Mm and er, I. M. Finnell. She Is employed S ' B --White joined-them there with the stata Income tax division 1 ° unday ' and the group went on to • - -- • i .Leech Lake , for a weekls vacation. Iowa City s tii-|' T ' n6 y' exn *Kt tc * return, next Satur- Anlfa Koblhnas, student at Ham r at Des Moines. Hoberf, Monlnx, C. R. dent, came Saturday for a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux. He will be employed this summer at the children's hospital at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Miller came tor., with her daughter Meredith. She also visited relatives at Portland, Ore _ «• «» v» v,. j ••**« v loiwi o itiriL wtran. LI um LIU GO uu KJUUU<*J »*• v.»w. — — - . iir. and Mrs. P. W. .Bertels, of. states: George StangerY <St. • Bont- church in the absence of the Rev. Lakefleld, Minn., were a week ago-face, Manitoba; Frank Stanger.'of Thobufn Speicher, who is on his Sunday guests o£ Mrs. Bertels'! Ladysmith, Wis.; Julia Stanger, vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Buthman parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hutch- La Cross, Wis.,; and Katherine were dinner guests at the home of Ins, farmers east of Algona. Mrs.' Rurup, Fargo, N. D. Frank and the George Wessels, Burt. Olivette Bertels is the former Mary Hutch-| George are brothers, Julia a sis- Campbell and Lester Kottler, Clar- ins. Her husband is a veterinar- ter, ot Mrs. Sampson. j Ion, ivere Sunday afternoon and Dr. Kvart Swcnson came Satur I evening guests at the Buthman day for a short visit with his wife home > A1 & ona ' and son, who are visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Prindle and Swenson's parents, Mr,, and,. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, George Youtz, Kane, George Johnson. Doctor Swenson, Pa., left Friday, after a visit since who was graduated recently from last week Monday at the Rev. and Chicago university, will now go to Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand's. Mrs. Prln- New, Orleans for his internship, die and Mrs. Sjpstrand are sisters, and Mrs. Swenson will join him in The Prindle 8-year-old daughter ' " ' remained here for till August The day,.evening as delegates/to'- the northern district Luther League convention in session there till •Sunday.. The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand will take them over.' Myrtle OlBon, (secretary of the Pocket- Testament League of th£ 'northern district also plans to attend. &h« Is stenographer for Attorney P. A Daiison.and Lloyd Robinson. Ian Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz and day. ilt0 1 sch ° o1 ' week-end with City, spent the her parents, Rep. the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Leason Prindle 8-year-old Charlotte Ann a further visit r ~.~..^, ,^ v . Minneapolis, with their daughter Sjostrands expect to go to Penn- and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, and visit- Jean, were week-end guests of the sylvanla on vacation and will take „ „„„. ..„„„. A , llllBl . l;illJJB in e her brother Vernon. Anita en- former's mother, Mrs. Anna M. her back with them. home Wednesday from Minncapo I rolletl at (ne school two weeks ago Leason. Mr. Leason is in state Anita Thompson and Algena i •__ ^..t. ^-, _ 11 i « i .... ' JUKI • Will t flit D 1 VlO ollrrk'm AK 4 AM*M rr*tt* It* Innfi^siilnv. AWinlmr T.Tn nttAti f f~*^. 1 V. «*i ** n*lt1 trn. # f\-^\J[n artn C*.{i V 1^1*1 Sunday. They us, where they "had been ""visiting gilts. ,..„ .._ „._„ . ,. n .^., 6 .. summer term j grain inspection employ. He spent Calhoun will go caught S | nce the preceding Saturday with « e ' „ ' Friday evening with his sister, ^__ their daughter, Mrs. L. H. Craw- , , I ?, R * Larry Brown ' of Mrs. Paul Dremmel, Irvlngton, returned, to f or< i. Mr. Crawford is a trucker' t ? uin1)owt ' wef e last week Tuesday and part of Sunday with his bro------ ' guests at Chris Wallukait's. They, ther Arthur at Burt. left, their daughter Sharon here for Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDowell the week. Mrs. Brown and Mrs.] drove to Kellogg Friday, and Mrs. ;Wallukait are sisters. Mr. Brown McDowell remained there till Sun- - Mason City Fri oney For Personal Needs $SO and Up When extra cash is. needed for easonal expenses—let us arrange A personal loan for you through one of our; manK credit plans. Small monthly payments are arranged out of income with ample time to repay, * * * * We offer n (Special,loan plan for • , .'.'.' /' farmers ... Autos' refinanced—payments re-. " ~ ' " '' IOWA -- ,. He had Fischer ^ce n »ay at T,L, H. Oocders was ,a guest • Saturday. •toihe^nbme'.vta^ Mutiny. •i .'Mrs. Frank Osirum came home •.Wednesday from London, Minn.. whore she had visited since tns jv.ecedlng Sunday at her son Ed- 'Ward's. Edward is employed with Botsford Lumber compah' ffitrom i e ft for Chicago there. r to attend furniture,mar | Mrs. Bertha Michel will be homo nd is expected to return Sunday from Atlantic, where she is ti, W eek. ... I spending five weeks with her jMse M. G. Bourne; R.M.| mother, Mrf Hattic Perryman, j. K' Keneflck at- Mrs. Perryman, who had been here Call Theatre r is a salesman for an electric shop' day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 ' ~ ..... ' there. • Donna Jean, daughter of Mrs. Hattie Phillips, came home Friday from Minneapolis after two weeks there with Mrs. E. .A. Ecklund. Donna Jean's uncle, A. W. Roupe, returned with her for a week here and At- j'medical meeting at Rock-, a week, accompanied her to Iiiv Thursday. ': | lantlc. T«A» iVooldrldgcs spent the, Caroline Frankl, from Montana, L7 a t-., Lake with-Mr fridge's , got here last week Tuesday even- father, 0. T., .who is ing for ten days or two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mary Frankl. She had spent a week at the World's and Mary fair, New York City, before jvith his Roupe. mother, Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Wiese, with their three children, came home Thursday evening from a 12-day trip to Minnesota and points in Iowa. They visited Mr. Wiese's sister, Mrs. Joe Hall, St. Paul, and relatives at Rochester, Minn., Sta- Calmar. Reding family #eun- held Sundy at Floral is expect- (the fairgrounds. | attendance of 7& Sunday Ot SW lnk,e and 5' ' Logan spent last week-end at thejn Ti onkaBerna d Wilson', former's ^rother^U C. Ostwinkle^l h , B Wend> Cora Jjanding) . and Mr . Des Moines. Mr. Logan is _j Mrs. W. A. Foster and ughterMary Elizabeth ...re- iday from a four-day friends at Lake Itasca, i Ann, daughter of Mr. .and J Slgsbec, Fort Dodge, it last week of Elvie [The Slgsbees are former Al- S 'l'anl Johnson, dean of men 'ingside college, Sioux City, over-night guest last week Rev. and Mrs. J. ployed at the S. & Miss Ostwlnkle, at hospital. L. store the Kossuth , era '!and Mrs. Fletcher, all of Lake nere; iMills. 'J. E. and Bernard, brothers I of Mrs. Rising, both own restaur- i « j « ™ ,,r T, ints in their respective towns. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rocdcr went; T , M , K E Douglases have moved to Spirit Lake Thursday for the (rom u eagt McGregor st . t to 109 F. Flshcl. Mr. MoDowell went on to Waterloo for, a few days with'; his brother, G. D. McDow.ell. Theyj returned Sunday, bringing Mr. Me-;. Dowell's niece, Jean MoDowell, with them for two weeks. j Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Dailey, with '. their daughter Maxine and Mr. and i Mrs. Clifford Munson, the latter , couple of Wesley, were at Lakota : Sunday, visiting at Mrs. Dailey's brother Jerry Heetland's and with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Heetland.,;) Mrs. Munson Is a niece of Mrs. Dailey, and her husband is employed at the bank in Wesley. j Ann Fcchner, with her niece, Clarice Falk, of Titonka, came; home last week Tuesday evening from a week-end at Omaha with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O. Boger. Mrs. Boger and Mrs. Fechner are sisters. Mr. Boger, who is a warrant officer in the U. S. army at Omaha, returned with Mrs. 'Fech- for a few days at John Saturday midnight show 11:30 p. m. Our-'friendly service is available to both married and single persons. AVe have helped many with their financial problems through our modernized loan service. -Let ns help yon. P. J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa Phone 22 »,;General -Insurance Agency. TUESDAY AM) WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 AND 21 Last Two Days Big Double Feature WESTERN JAMBOREE Bane Grey's "HERITAGE OF THE DESERT" GENE AUTRY __ln— 'BLUE MONTANA SKIES" THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 22-24 2 Features and Serial TEX FLETCHER BARTON MacLANE —in— .—in— «6 GUN RHYTHM" "I WAS A CONVICT" S er j a i—"DAREDEVILS OF THE (RED CIRCLE* week-end, visiting Mr. and Mrs. C East Oa) . st the latte) , houge be _ J. Koch, and fishing. Mrs. Kochi ing vacate( , bv the John Boes . The have left on a fishing trip )atel . locate in California. E. NOT RCCOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN / lay of the tthman. , • , anil Mrs. Ed Wilsen a, and Mr. and Mrs. of In- Eldon and Mrs. Roeder are cousins, and fish and i Mr. Douglas is manager of the lo- , u son Jerry were guests at Kent's Wednesday and fdMrs. W..E. Hawcott are b today for a week's fishing ..•there Minnesota. They will •visit friends at a resort near and Mrs. G. M. Howard, with [son Donald, went'to Ottumwa iy for a few days with rela- Mr. Howard has the local : hardware. . Keith Kype, Waterloo, will ! today (Tuesday) for a week ....' sister, Mrs. "Andy" John- Mrs. Johnson" is a clerk " in fcummings store. knlta Jlejcr, Des Moines, left jrday after a week ,here with Ibretber, Dr. S. W. Meyer. She [ stenographer for ; the Great :an Tea Co. Jhere. , Alton IXdriksens spent last at Mrs. Didriksen's . brother i Skinner's at Springfield, 1 ,'-111. has for going 1 on '20 years I the Advance's foreman. . . I R. La Itarre and Glen Nielson to Clear Lake Saturday t and spent Sunday there with | La Barre at the La Barre cot- south of Dodge's Point, k aid Mrs. Arlo Larson were Mr. Koch is employed by the is a railway mail clerk. Irwin Mnlcui?, employed at the. cal cummings store. Anderson Jack Sprat store, is tak-. Forest, Morgan and ing a vacation this week and is; Klein, St. Paul, were spending it at the lakes and other; puests o{ tne j T . Grahams and points. Ruth Maleug left Sunday t f, e p au j R Willes. They came to for a vacation at Los Angeles and attend a Beightol reunion Sunday other points in California. i at t he Ambrose A. Ca.ll state park. •.Itolnnm- Pollock and Gilbert Mr .Morgan .cousin of Mrs. Wille, Douglas, both of Storm Lake, were is ernp ] oye( i ,„ t h e court clerk's of- ner Falk's, Titonka. Airs. Herman Leettink, Moun-, tain, Wis., arrived last week Tues- ; day to visit her parents, Dr. and. Mrs. F. L. Tribon. She brought, along three daughters, Ruth Ann,', nine; Vallle Marie, three and- a ; Elizabeth, hal{ . and . j ua na Sue, ten months. 1 week-endj The Le e flinks will drive back to; Wisconsin next Monday with Doc- ? Sunday guests of Fred Kent Jr. fj ce . Moines, for Gilbert was a schoolmate of Fred's at the Kemper Military School. Part of'the day was spent at Cleat- Lake. Mrs. Leo Esscr, Des came yesterday morning , week with her mother, Mrs. Frank Wlnkel. They will go to Clear Lake tonight for two days with Mrs L J. Kutschara, anotnei Mis. to . Frank Carroll DBS Moines, and their three children came Saturday and wi stay with the P. C. Hutchison children while Hutchisons are in MlnneBOta and Mrs. Can oil Tribon, who plans spend in crater - ....... •trip* , |>l«ft p»Bpino forth d«- f^" is>: Mrs. Ted Aulman, Des Moines, spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Aulman's mother, Ella Laird. Mr. Aulman drove Spencer Sunday afternoon to se his father, who is a hospital pa The Chris Wallnkaits spent Sun day at Dows with: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stuley, cousins of Mrs. WaUukait. They left their son Duane there for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. Wallukait stopped at with Mrs. Eagle Grove ror a few days her uncle and aunt, Mr. and he jimes Sunday, visiting Mr. t and Mr. I Wayne Wright, who moved recently from Algona. Mr. i is a clerk at Zender's. amcs B. A. Thorpe, D, E. lei, and Geo. G. Cole, the lat|of Maxwell, were at Goldfield itey visiting an aunt of Mrs. and Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Eliza- I Shoen, Mrs. Hutchison ar Mrt St£ Josephine SonOigate to Britt Friday evening for an over-night visit with a *riend. MIB. Teny Healy. Saturday morning, the two left for Royal Oak, Mich to visit Mrs. Soutnsule's son Rot U1 \Ir U and' Mrs. Wayne Wolf and ' and Mrs. W. E. Davis, all of went JUNE IS DAIRV MONTH 1 Mr. an rs. . . , Waterloo, spent the week-end with o Mrs. Laura Vander. The two the way to the Vander is Mrs. J- Hanley, Rob- M rand Mrs. John Nordstrom Tne children, Buddy and Dick, stayed A F B«n««t Drive! WHITE HOUSE EVAPORATED MILK For wary milk n*ed . . . always ready . . . koops ] without lea. Totted and/ approved by HouMhMPina fei Swe«t CREAM Hot. Mor. D^ry ProdueU! C/EAMS p. anil Mrs. Fred Shilts drove . Louis Saturday on a ten day trip, and during their abs Walter Beardsley and Calvin are in charge of the '• Etore, » Bnthman, of Lindsborg, left last week Tuesday >g after a month here w'ith I brother, the Uev. J. C. Buth- She is a school music in- pr there. •and Mrs. Clifford Aals re- 1 to their home Jr. Sioux City after a two-weeks visit wjth parents, Mr. ajH Mrs. Their two children -, 0 ^ lu ,.„ : also here, . Mrs. Chas. Lathrop «rice Mlch«4 returned to" PC'S Wednesday evening from "• Sunday after a week here Ore., where she had spent tne win- Moines, Mrs. Aulman's mother, «"=• — Laird Mr. Aulman spent part Se day at his cottage at the Oko- boiis, returning to Algona yestei- day for Mrs. Aulman. Mr. an,l Mrs. John Frank and Mv and Mrs. William Dau eft Fii- day for Lake Winniblgoshish, and Sheriff and Mrs. Casey Loss, and Mr aid Mrs. L.E.Linnan left Saturday to join them. The group ex pects to return Wednesday. * c r^ ^ ~, r ^it..^..t gQt home Salem SUGAR BEET 10 Ib. bag <8 100-lb. bag *4.6 ! • • . CASK • l(Mb. bag 50 100-11). bag W. TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, JUSE 20-21 Continuous froni 1:00 MELVY> DOUGLAS LOUISE PLATT —^in— "TELL NO TALES." —Plus— 'NAUTICAL KMGHT" "GHOSTS IS BUNK" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, JUNE 21-22 ¥ CALL-IOWA THEATRE 'DOLLAR DAY BARGAINS FIVE 35c THEATRE TICKETS (FOB $1.05 Good Anytime ,to August 1 CAB-BODIES C. OHOO. 0» W»«. 2SC] lie DCLIOIOUC * * P WHITE >AN ROLLS - - ANN PAGE 8ANDWMH SPREAD - ANN PAOE MLAD 9RESSMG ANN PAGE FR«N«H DRESSING • • •j* 11* 'GLASSES - - SEN ANN FHWT ftcfw DAP LOWEST PRICE •HGMC HISTORY Uncr«mp«<i. CMC f*vinf») IQWA TRAILERS • DIESELS A> tuNMlTE #**\ SAVE —— 1»V y, pu. • « Wt'W* 3 — 1fc 'i 1 ^^ , . Miong th. MWRT | - who t*n»\ 10e - Li» THURS.-FRI., JUNE 22-23 Thursday Bargain Matinee 16c Friday Mat« 2 r>. in., 2Gc_ NURSES TURN SPJES... DcKtort turn tt*uth> ... in H"t i.cond ociling tJv«nUr« if Young Doctor Kildarc SATURDAY, JUNE 24 A battling Cowboy from Montana! . Down to Earth Comedy! Mwriif ktn ...liitt »l •Iduwcd... taB.O.iv«T- h«<y bit... CUPID 1 •P A: IL, ft- Special Leith Stevens Band and "MASTEK'5 TOUCH" in color brilliant beauty te'this Vivid, , "{ hand-s6reened print! Shirred * bodice end nipped, belted waistline to accent your young figure! Umbrella-full skirt for zeetful dash!,Sizes 11 to 17 . *A g "BELIEVE IT OR ELSE" LTURPAV M6RNIJJG, JUHE S»4, 10 O'clock PALS MATINEE Buy one lOc Ticket—Bring a pal free FREE—LONE RANGER I^E CREAM CONE—FREE FREE-LONE HANGER COMIC PAPER-FREE Compliments Bob James Drug iStore and Theatre V^VP ••• •• m •—• —™- f, ^ rltllv version oinubby^»«u.l tons and riq-rac bands matching dowV ibefrprit to aive you that pourad-in, look! Sizes 11 tolS'" " '.i SUNDAY A> T D MONDAY, JUNE 25-26 GUARANTEED TO PLEASE ALL! . ' 2—FEATURES—2 • • TWICE AS 3IUCH FOR YOUB MONEY? 3»iJ M«K 1% $***%** \*T£**. .CKwni, H«ey, each ----»• S» w F»toto«s, 15-U>. Pk- »f Qr»B8«8, sl*e »8» do*. - 9lc Fen(»B I4w*s, e*^ 1 * ., i ;i«r8e, ««»• —--—*l: \^™^ ttoJM *»*<'-** tBUADTH •Met A$il«! BAXTER ^ : BAH! KUMtHO RWeJ Lfte tie Flfktl Like f cieMe, saniorized voU* dock, mouth -watering M *?.»9«cream con.. T*flor«4. Uo«^ ^ith»u»*i--r . $6,50 In Sizes 11 lo 17... for the Younger Set and Those Who Like Their Fashions Young! Older Carole Kinds ... «2.98 SHOES !.i -J< j~W n- t *• P -«'"';^ I'U -1 «r"^S

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