Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1939 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 27, 1939
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PAGE POUtt TELEPHONE CALL BRINGS $ 42 \ : ; When a young man who wotks by the day had a telephone put back in his home some time ago, he was sure he was making a profitable investment. i Work he has received proves he was right. Recently, one telephone call brought him a job that paid him §42. "I certainly realize now how much the telephone is worth," he told our The telephone more than pays for itself—it gets work—saves time and money—and brings friends from near and far. •- Why not take a few minutes I to check up on what it costs you not to have a telephone ? s NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY KOSSUfH COUNTY ADVANCE. AL60KA. IOWA, ard Girl iVlarries Young H ERE'S proof Dodge gives you more for your money! At a price many dollars lower than last year, you get more room, more luxury, and more new ideas than have ever been built into any new Dodge Before:! All this, plus the sensational Scotch Dynamite" Engine, famous for its amazing money savings 1 See it today I ELBERT GARAGE, ALGONA, IOWA "GET IN AND GO!" Don't Miss Our Big Display of "WORLD'S FAIR SPECIAL" USED CARS! ALSO ON DISPLAY: A COMPLETE SELECTION OF ALL MAKES, ALL MODELS AT ALL PRICES WHATEVER YOU WANT IN A DEPENDABLE USED CAR, WE HAVE ITI FERN LEWIS IS BRIDE IN JUNE 25 WEDDING Lakota, June 26—!A wedding of interest in this vicinity took place at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, when Fern, second daughter of Frank T. : Lewis, Lakota, was married to the Rev. Wilbur Hassebrock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hassebrock, Manly, the Rev. O. H. Frerking, Dubuque, officiating. The church was decorated with ferns, and a white" bridal path was strewn with roses. Mrs. 0. H. Frerking ' played '. the wedding march.-by Lohengrfn. Betty Perry, soloist from toavehpprt who was a college roommate of the bride, sang Beloved, It is Morn preceding the ceremony and 0 Perfect Love, after the prayer, accompanied by Mary Jane Van Dyke, Muscatine, another college friend of the bride. The bride wore a white satin gown, with lace cap sleeves and a train of long white incline veil in cap effect held in place with seed pearls. She carried a white wedding bible and prayer-book, also a bouquet "of pink sweet heart roses. Attendants were Mrs. AVilsoh Brack, Ledyard, sister of the bride and matron of honor, who wore aqua chiffon, with matching headdress, and carried pink carnations and baby's breath. Bridesmaids were Deloris Hassebrock, Manly, sister of the bridegroom, who wore yellow chiffon, and Mrs. Mildred Bargar-Prigge, -Rochester, Minn., who wore pink chiffon, both carrying sweet peas and gladioli. The bridegroom's attendant was the Rev. Norman Frerking, Lincoln. A little niece,- Elizabeth Ann Lewis, was flower girl, and a nupht'w. Franklin Lewis, was ring- bearer, both in white and black satin. Ushers were Lawrence Lewis, brother o£ the bride, and Kenneth Hassebrock, brother of the gridegroom. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Ann Marie Hassebrock served as candle-lighter, | wearing a gown of pink organdy.' At the close of the ceremony Mrs. Frerking played Mendelssohn's march as recessional. Some 125 relatives and close friends attended a reception at the church parlors following the ceremony, with decorations of yellow and white. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Henry Hassebrock, and an aunt of the bride, Mrs. Fred Brisbin, Eagle Grove, poured, and Betty Perry sang. * The couple, who left the same evening for a short honeymoon trip, will be at home at 1319 east 12th street, Davenport, after July 16. The bridegroom is pastor of the Mount Ida Presbyterian church there. The bride wore, a going- uway gown of black - sheer, with white eyelet linen trim and white accessories. The bridegroom received his D. D. at the University of Dubuque in June and was installed as pastor of the Davenport church in May. The bride, who received a B, A. degree, with' major in religious education, at the.same time, has been a church worker here and was a successful 4-H girl. Shower for Fern Lewis- Mrs. Charles Gutknecht, Mrs. Jerry Heetland; and Emma Gutknecht recently entertained 50 women at a pre-nuptial shower at the Gutknecht home for Fern Lewis. Each guest took a tea towel for hemming and presentation to the bride-elect, and at her request the donors embroidered initials on the towels. Pern, who lived most of her life in this vicinity, received many gifts. Oldtimers Return for Visit- Mr, and Mrs. George Steinmetz, Riceville, their daughter, Mrs. Marc Moore, Algona, 'and the latter's two daughters, were visitors at Wade Ball's and Alfred 0'- Keefe's a week ago Saturday and called on friends. The Steinmetz family were residents of this vicinity many years ago. M1CK1E SAYS- TKYlKi TO \VfclfE AU •m' ue\vis TO YOUR, QUITE ATA$K*\VUV IMPROVEMENTS UNDER WAY IMl E, COUNTY LOIS LINK, OF LEDYARD, WEDS ROLFE YOUTH Ledyard, June 26— Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Link went to Rolfe last week Sunday to attend the wedding of their daughter Lois to Ralph Rlclc- er of that town. The ceremony took place at 4:30 that afternoon at the Methodist church, which was decorated With flowers, and the ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Lease, former Algona district superintendent. •Before the ceremony lone Lease played a violin solo, Perfect Day, and' Grace Johnson sang a solo, Because. The bride was attended by hei'-sister, Mrs. Dore Freeh, Algona, and the bridegroom by a brother. Little Peggy Freeh was flower girl, and Maurice McAninch was ring-bearer. Following the ceremony dinner was served to CO relatives at the home of the. bride's sister, Mrs. Merle McAninch. The couple then left for a two weeks trip which was to include the Black Hills. They will live at Rolfe. Lois graduated from the local high school in 193-1, and since then had lived with the MoAninches at Rolfe. Her husband is a clerk in a hardware store, UNION _^W^Btf^ Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry TJadeiV recently left for Boston to join two cousins for, a tour of the historical places In the east. . • • . -t- Mrs. Kate Annls Is reported critically sick at her Algona home with gallstones. Mrs. -Olaf Romstad has been brought home .from the Kossuth hospital and is gaining, though slowly. It Is reported that William Pech has purchased an oil station at West Bend. He had been at Frank Eisenbarth's. Herman Dau returned recently from Arkansas, where he spent the winter with a stepson, Arthur White. Mrs. Ralph Jones, of Des Moines, came one day last week to .visit her father. Mr. Dau ^visited at his son Clarence's 'in Wisconsin brought twd grandchildren to visit their other grahdpiretifs, Mr. and Mfs. Prank Helbh6ff. Mrs. Clarence Dau Was formerly Agnes Reibhoffi •Mvs. Ethel .kanfthi,' bf Wheaton, lit, and two sons spent Thursday till .Sunday with Mfs. Kaflehl'B sls- t«iv 'Mrs\ Robert'' Sarc'het.' The Sarchets and Mrs. Kafleht attended a Hutchlnson reunion fit Boone Sunday. ' ' " ";, The'Union Mothers.*'Daughters club meets this-week, Thursday at Mabel Tjaden's, MaUd, Nelson assisting. Prograni: roll call, Perennials on Parade {'paper, What's Going on In South Amerlca?~-Maud j Nelson. There will be guest speakers and music. • | ,,+,,., . . Ml' V Animals Killed by Lightning. Lakota, June 26—In the'electric storm of Sunday;, June 18t John J. Johnson, ndrtHwest of aown, had three horses killed, ahdJChris Berg' in Hebron :had one killed. WE IIA "'AIM /-— \~sieiiuuie Wedding Stationery which carries with it the assurance of absolute correctness at no extra, cost. Hog Raisers Our improved Trinity Mixture is the Ideal protein supplement. Minerals, vitamins, proteins. Goes farther, costs less than tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. ALGONA, IOWA Aid Has Meeting— Mrs. Harry Moe entertained the Methodist Aid at the church last Lakota, June 26—New buildings have been recently completed or are under construction in Lincoln township and elsewhere in northeast Kossuth; Lloyd Robinson, carpenter from Buffalo Center, has begun construction of a new house for Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Edwards on their farm four miles east of town. The house is to be two stories, 26x32, with asbestos roof and furnace, and will be air-conditioned. The old house was sold, but is occupied by the family till the new one is finished. Albert Doden recently completed a barn, 32x72, for Dick Murra, also four miles east of Lakota, and is now building a barn, 24x48, for John Sleper. Tom Berg, of Hebron township, is building a new block barn, 36x60, and a hollow-block silo. Tom Bosnia, in southeast Lincoln, has built a new corncrib on his home farm and a hog-house and a chicken house on his farm across the road from Stevens, occupied by his son Tom Jr. Dr. G. P. Dolmage and his son Howard, Buffalo Center, are building a modern -hospital to cost $25,000, with Hum & Olson as contractors. The building is T-shaped, with a front 30x70, and the back, 30x50, one story.. This will be an up-to-date hospital, with modern equipment. Rev. RTiVI.'oison, Swea City Pastor, Installed Sunday Swea City, June 26—Installation of the Rev. Raymond M. Olson as pastor of the Bethlehem Lutheran church here and of the Nazareth Lutheran church at Armstrong took place Sunday at the Swea City church. The Rev. J. J. Skarpness, president of the Estherville circuit of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America and pastor at Thompson, was in charge, and he conducted similar ceremonies at Armstrong the same day. Mr. Olson, who resides at'Arm- strong, had been acting -pastor since November. Prom 1936 to 1938 he was dean of Christianity at Waldorf college, and in May this year he obtained his bachelor of theology degree at Luther Theological Seminary, St. Paul. He was ordained Sunday, June 11 ,at Eagle Grove, the Rev. N.-Astrup Larson, president of the Iowa district, serving as ordinator. Alvin. Hanna, Once of Burt, Benedick Burt, June 26 — Burt relatives have received announcement of the wedding of Alvin A. Hanna, of Plentywood, Mont., to Pearl Schuman, Glendive, Mont., June 17, 1939. Mr. Hanna was a son of the Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hanna, Itlble School Closed Frhlny— • The Methodist Bible school closed-Friday, after a two weeks session. Some 30 children attended, and the classes were taught by ; the Rev. Carl Hammer, Edith Logan, Alvira Halvorson, and Kathryn Sprout. A short program was given Sunday morning during the church hour. Mussman had charge of devotions. The next meeting will be on July o, with Mrs. J. H. Warburton No social meetings will be held in July and August. Postmaster Takes a Vacation- Postmaster Walter Leslie was, having a vacation last week, and he spent Monday and Tuesday at a convention at Mason City. Wednesday he and his wife and the A. T. Buckels went to northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. Raymond Hert/ke took Mr. Leslie's place at the postoffice. House from Town to Farm- Charles Eggerth has purchased the house formerly owned by Tommy Sims', and last week he moved it to his farm northwest of town The Marlin Slaters will occupy the house. Air. Slater is employed on the farm. Other Lakota News. The Richard Bonites, Pipestone, Minn., recently visited the Leonard Christs. The women are sisters. Diana Schroeder had a party last week Monday in honor of her fifth birthday. Burt Boy Suffers Sprained Arm Here Burt, June . 26—Richard Smith has been carrying his left arm in a sling since last week Tuesday, when he fell from a car and suffered a severe sprain. He had accompanied other children and rtrs. C. L. Holding, to the Algona swimming. pool . and .was getting out of the car there /when the" accident occurred. The same arm has been broken twice. er of the late Geo. C. Hanna, Lone Rock. Mrs. Myron Schenck, formerly of Algona, is his sister. When last heard from here he was operating a hotel somewhere in Montana, Shower for Ittrs. ,, Mesclames Elmer and Marvin Junkermeier entertained Friday at Mrs. Lou Junkermeier's at a mis- : cellaneous'shower for Mrs.William ; Kading, who received many gifts. ! I-ertyimler's Sister Showered— j Mrs. Wilson Brack attended a shower Tuesday evening at Mrs C ' A. Gutknecht's, Lakota, for her sis-' tor, Fern Lewis, who is soon to be married. Woman's lilrthday Observed- Mrs. Gus Anderson celebrated her 62nd birhtday Wednesday when a group of neighbors spent the afternoon with her. • Other Led j aril IVews. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist and Miss B. Hagist, Chicago, with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Lu Verne were supper guests Thursday evening ^at George Thompson's. Mrs. Hagist and Mrs. Lichty are aunts of Mrs. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompson, Sioux City, and their daughter Carolyn Kay, with Kenneth Thompson Mason City, came Saturday -to visit the parental George Thomp- Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald and Uose Marie went to Mason City last week Tuesday to! consult an oculist about the latter's eyes and attend a postmasters' meeting. Mrs. Broad well, son Bob, ; and Mrs, Wening, of Mallard,' with Mrs Carrie Roether and Minnie Wening, Denver, visited Wednesday at 0. C. Sprout's. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Schwartzell drove to Minneapolis-Wednesday to visit relatives, returning that night. I Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, son Duane, and daughter Jeanne visited the Doctor Youngmans at Fairmont Friday evening. The Leo Agnews, of Council Bluffs, were Thursday guests of Mrs. McNerney. Mr. Agnew is Mrs McNerney's brother. The Charles Odells, Denver, arrived .Sunday for a month at L. A. Barslou's and with other relatives. JVIrs. Lars Skaar and her sons Sidney and Lonny were at Elmore last week'Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. A. Nitz entertained the Lakota Lutheran missionary society Wednesday. Banker and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer were Blue Earth visitors Thursday evening. To Attend Scout Camp. i -Fenton, June 26—Scoutmaster J. Wallace Smith and seven of his scouts will attend a summer camp for scouts at Port Dodge July 3-30. Boys planning to go are Bob Burwash, Merlin Boyken, Howard Schulte, Herbert Krause, Harlan Holldorf, Maurice Weisbrod Lylc Weisbrod. REMEMBER Your DOCTOR As He Remembered You THAT STATEMENT WHJCH you received from your doctor the other day represents an actual cash outlay to him. He can't afford to render such service unless he is paid for it. Won't you iciudly look up that statement right away, and favor your doctor with at least a partial payment? That's fine! Kossuth County Medical Society SEE THI OtNHUL MOTOKS IjmHTS AT THi NIW YOKK AND SAN FRANCISCO Mm f ***. *—•*•»' ''^m&iiKT.T 1 TJ^!: The model illustrated it the Biiid SPECIAL model 41 four-door touring sedan $996 delivered at Flint Mil.'! I T won't be long now before the papers start shouting "Heat Wave." What we want to know is, where will that find you? Stretched out in the hammock, vainly seeking comfort in a pitcher of lemonade ? Or out where the cool wind's blowing, having the kind of fun that summer's made for? AND UP delivered at flint,, *State and local any), optional ii/nipt and afmjoritt — ixiraA Prices sii/ijtct la without notice. If you've one of these dashing Buick beauties handy, we can tell you right now—you won't._waste this summer just hanging around the old homestead. You'll park yourself behind its hundred- plus horsepower Dynaflash engine—and step out to make your own breezes! You'll sit back in BuiCoil cushioned comfort—and take in nature's beauties through wider-paned windows that let in more air as well as more view. And you'll find that in this great o| you've,got one of the best vacation I gains you've ever met up with. It's sid prising how far this honey can stretcli| gallon of gas. As for first cost—this big straight-eijj costs less than a'year ago, less thanyo think, less even than some sixes. Drop in and let us show you how i so-called "extras" those low prices j| elude. "Better hint Ufai<L! (L^ EXEMPLAR' qp GENERAL MOTORS VALUE Birnm-OIson Co. Brltt, Iowa PHOXE 121 Birum-Olson Co. SeSt 1 ALGONA, IOWA 401 EAST STATE'1 YOU GIT A'lltm USID CAM FROM A MICK OIA1IR "£&* fH° i .a"' ***fi*- «V?'i. rVi *^%gs&& i *i<*j,.«v°r*i*' £** i» • \ »*£*+£ ***£f *tf* »t*»* V • -~3K- •i?n • \ 1*3****. *» fe'.-S^ !M* *EV» •vtftf " Vi «<fefigsH ' - $fW*"-$t*" 35,939 ST**MIU> OllDMllK

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