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

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 4, 1939
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The good old summertime . is vacation time fp'r/sc'hocfl .children, but for the .teachers, it ; is not /al' ., ways' the same story.,, ,. .. State regulations' require SIX TEACHERS WILL BE NEW TO STUDENTS Both Boys and Girls Will Have New Coaching. Six new teachers will greet Algona school children this fall,, ttl - e uaveuns, IUBI when school begins in September, ! camps, working at now only eight weeks away. The etc. teaching staff is complete, according to Supt. Laing. G. T. Reefer, Glenwood, will be KQSfittttt cbtWfy APVANCB. ALGONA, IOWA TEACHERS MUST STUDY WHILE STUDENTS ENJOY A VACA T1ON . that teachers "occasionally attend summer schools and conferences, BO that they can keep up to date on changing methods and gain information in the subjects they teach. Supt. O. B, Laing reports that a third of the Algona school staff is attending summer school this year, while the remaining two-thirds traveling, managing summer various jobs, • [n f ' alnfe Mr - T ' ain £ himself will spend _ . . _ teacher for boys. He is a graduate of Iowa State college and comes to Algona with post-graduate work at the University of Michigan, and at the same school are Donald Miller,-,? history teacher.vand Alice "Chester, grade teacher. Jane Billing will receive a master s degree this summer at Iowa City in instrumental music, and Harvey Llttrell will finish a master's course in mathematics at the university. • Tw<> at Colorado U. At the University of Colorado are Gwendolyn Bloker, fifth and sixth grade teacher, and Cynthia Holster, first grade and art teacher at Bryant. Ross Cutler is taking work In an outstanding eight-year record B y ron Arnold is attending ad- Sn sports in the Glenwood schools. vaticed classes and teaching ele- Sn sports in the Glenwood schools. He is married and has one child. Mary Remley, Anamosa, will be the new high school history teacher and librarian. She is a graduate of the University of Iowa and taught last year at Dysart. Mary Jane Stacy, Adel, will be the girls' physical training teacher. She is a graduate of Simpson college and was at Jamacia last year. R. W. Getohell, Cedar Falls, is now taking post-graduate work at the Eastman school of music, at Rochester, Minn., will be the instrumental music instructor. He is a graduate of Cedar Falls and he taught last year at West Union. Irene Haubrick. Mapleton, will teach the first and second departmental grades at the Third ward building, taking the place of Miss Johnson, who has been changed and will have the second grade at! the Bryant building. Miss Hau- ' brick is a graduate of the Univer course Chicago. Byron Arnold is attending sity. Mary Remley, is at the Unlver- mentarv" classes "at" tne""uni"v P rsUv o ity of Washington, and Mary Jane s-fs •£= J££.IKSS? sr fi^sraas-- PERMITS FOR BUILDING ARE GRANTED FIVE Five building permits were approved by the city council Thursday night at a regular session. A building permit for a $14)600 residence for J. W. Haggard was granted. Construction has already been started on the lot on the northeast corner, of' Thorlngton and Elm streets 'formerly part of the Yeoman's estate. Between meetings of the council, two mem- . . — — — bers can approve an application engineering at Iowa State ; for a building permit, and it will then be approved at the next meeting of the council. The house is 33 ft, 11-in. by 53 ft., in modernized English style of WOMAN DROPS DEAD AT PHONE AT WEST BEND Editor's Daughter Trying Journalism addition to the Kossuth journalls tic circle is Jeanne Sperbeck, 1939 graduate of the Swea City high school, who began work for, the local Herald recently. She assists with collections, other office work, reporting, etc.. and will receive a Mrs. Jake Falb, 77, is Victim of Sudden i S eneral initiation into the joys and Heart Attack. West Bend, July 3—Mrs. Jake last spring as Swea 3t Bend, July 3—Mrs. Jake !""£"£ *• brick is a graduate of the Univer- ^her'daSer "n tL%£ ""!&'*' «^™»" Trojan, II Vte r •anrA^S} ™ek lESS "iM" ^ | ^y high scnool annual. - - elemental granddaughter Geraldine Harris, |~ — her schools at the University. Bernice Jensen, Everly, who for the last two years taught at. Sanborn, will teach the fifth and the sixth grades at the Third ward. She is a university of Iowa graduate. Swea City Dorothy Stigman, of Fenton, to Wed Soon [Held from last week.] who has been staying with ..„. since Mrs: Falb's illness last winter, was alone with her at the time. Mrs. Falb was 77 years old. Her husband died a number of i r, „„,,.,,„ years ago after falling from a! SQ J' al f d *. ™ V^F! Sta- moving car. She is survived by two ! daughters, Mrs. Frank Dogotch, of near Whittemore, Mrs. John Harris, Hardy, and a son, Walton Falb, north of West Bend. Sisters . . are Mrs. Sarah Wirtz and Mrs. 'Bertha Jones, Livermore, and Mrs. Norman-Tudor inspiration, with brick veneer on the first floor and stucco and half-timber' on the second floor, and steeply pitched roofs. The windows are casement with small-panes. • The front entrance doors to house : and 'garage have double-arched' tops with carved stone trim. The house fac- Swea.City, June 26—The newest I e \here are five rooms, breakfast : nook and bath on the first floor, i and three bedrooms and bath on Ijhe second. The living room is set at a 45-degee angle in the southwest corner. A study for Mr. Haggard at the southeast corner is to have a fire-place. The front door of the house opens onto a flagstone terrace and there is another at the east of the study. G. Howard Baskin is the architect who designed the house, and Geo. L. Miller is contractor. Other ibuilding permits granted include an $800 garage, 20 ft. 6-in. by 32 ft, for Ralph Richard in Call's addition. Edna Gilmore is to have remodeling done in the house owned by the Jamieson estate, which she occupies. Separate entrances will be made for the dwelling part of the house and the beauty shop; and partitions, cabinets, and doors inside will ' be changed. Everett Richardson is having a a weekly. Ray , sorrows of publishing | Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Sperbeck, have owned and pub I lished the Herald 30 years. Jenane i had her first experience in the AIV/ Announceme -By- Fred Shifts •. i " •' .' :/ •. , Within a few days the contractors will come into our store to tear it a rebuild it into North Iowa's NEWEST, MOST MODERN AND BEAUTlFir SHOE STORE. In order to make room for the men to work we'll offeratDRA* TIC REDUCTION our ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S, AND CHr DREN'S SHOES, starting Wednesday morning, July 5.Door,will open a 9 m. LOOK BELOW at the largest collection of real SHOE VAULES TV fered to the people of this community. Fenton, June 3 C -Dorothy Stig- ^ 0^,1^ Burial,was Fri- ^id" ^ m flin \ r\f\c<t /-»! »/i _ - . . ' son went to Rochester a week ago Monday to consult doctors at the Mayo clinic about Mr. Johnson's health, which has been poor for several months. Wednesday he was taken from Rochester to the home .nan was honoree at a miscellaS- ^anernoT ^o^^ ^tollc" I | C ^ idt ' at Alde »" M^and"'^. eous shower Wednesday in the church postolic Schmidt brought him home the fol- Pairville church basement. She ' 4 will become the bride of Gilbert ¥ J j f\i j. • Bleckwenn soon. At 500 at 11 ta-, L " ea y ar Q V-MCltimer bles Mrs. Arthur Krause "won! first; Mrs. C. F. Wegener, travel.' The honoree received many gifts.' Hostesses were Mesdames Walter Dies at Iowa City „„... ,,^, c ..i^uamcB >mutji- Ledyard, June 28 — Another old Wegener, William Miller Fred settler her e died Friday morning ""-'-'• " Langerman and at ~ °' cl °ck, when Jule Seifert succumbed at the university hospital, Iowa City. He had been in of _his d a u g h t e r. Mrs. Walter Minn., and Mr. , —„- m home the fol- I lowing day. Mr. Johnson's ailment was diagnosed as hardening of the arteries. Another daughter, Mrs. Buell Pearson,. St. Louis, is here with her children Gordon and Mar- Frink, Henry Blanche Mayer. Wesley Girl to Be Bride of Algonian [Held from last week.] Wesley, June 26—Eighty women . attended a pre-nuptial shower at. the lodge hall Wednesday for Lucille, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman. She received many gifts, also a tested recipe from each guest. Miss Hildman will be married this week Tuesday morning to .Delmar Pmmeren- ' ing, Algona, at St. Joseph's Catho- Jlic church here. glazed porch added to his house by the Botsford Lumber Co. E. R. Carney,is having some remodeling done'by Grant Kessler, and Mrs. M. J. Jones .is to' have a new sidewalk put in and other repair work done. Doors Open at 9 a. m. OOK BELOW AT THE in the local high school, is visiting friends here this week and is also getting in some fishing. Mr. Roth's home is at Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and Esther were business callers in ^ .- .„.. uwauuiL CtllU J.TAU.1 ' ' *• • t "Gl IV Cl C UUaint jorie, and will remain for several j Fairmont Thursday r^l?. *^?}£™*" a *-.°[\*™- A ™ a Berg, Minneapolis; is her father. Mr. Johnson operated the local telephone exchange for many years. Marian Thomson, Crystal Lake, and by Chris Gelhaus, he leftToi Iowa City to enter the hospital for examination and treatment. Fun- poor health for some years, j spent last week with Marjorie morning, accompanied; Pearson. Her parents, the Frank :er, Mrs. Jack Lynch,] Thomsons, drove up for her Sunday. The Thomsons are -former Algona and Swea City residents. The Immanuel Lutheran Sunday school held its annual picnic a week ago Tuesday at Interlakea. I he affair had previously been scheduled for an earlier date, but rain forced a postponement Walter Bovis was up from Elgin ^,. Wfl .5L v ™ ta « "«««• ^re. Mr operated the To Rochester for Check-Up. Oswald Thiiges took his father, Harry Thiiges, Bode, to Rochester Friday for another check-up. The elder Mr. Thiiges had a goiter removed in March, and he is not do- ang as had been hoped for. Wesley 3-Mos. Babe | Operation Patient Wesley, June 26—Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Downs took their 4-months baby Charlene to Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week Monday, and next morning the child had an abdominal operation. She was reported doing fairly well Friday. Mrs. Tony Hildman accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Downs-to-Mason City to see the baby Wednesday. The operation was for hernia.- " , s s visiting friends and relatives here this week. Mrs. Fred Peterson and daughters Arlene .and Arzelle visited at . Fairmont last Thursday. John Roths, who teaches history FOR SALE USED BIKES $5.00 each USED RADIOS $5.00 each Coast-to-Coast Store Machinery BARGAINS FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- GIFTS FOR FVFRYONP TV «'S sr« „«•>; >5«,t - _ " ( ->-' tf P°ns are good for valuable gifts. IMPROVED m ACR1^~^7-I& CoLT'co elaUS - AnderSOn °™J" ing Algona. Priced right to set- 1- - ' — - __ _ lie partnership. Will divide.— El- j FILi ' DEVEIjOPING — •><! HOITT? Danielsen, Cowrie, la. p-10-42 1 service. 5 o'clock schedule I J rmpt, careful developing and g get the , ~ ~—*-**_* t ».. oij j_» l \ I ", : — o v, v ».*4e JJJUJS I ii box, 1 32-volt Light plant, i , Jr e s l £°"'\ snaps. _ Phone 356i Eye from , sure gas range, 2 cast iron ranges. —Pratt Electric. HI-FT FOR SALE - J. i. ,-A.SK grain -binder, used one season i ure vniT«Tn»77 6 ' 1J " L ' eu al a rig- Bargain for some one.-H. M f'o-' eighty win i l ° , Pa / f ° r a good well. 1c ,,Jf.r tJ -_ , We11 located, reasonable Presnell. FOR SALE-80 ACRES GOOD land and buildings, with an 80 of Jos- ser value adjoining, priced ai a fi'»- WANT TO BUY— GOOD 160 TO 2-1(1 acre grain farm in Northern Humboldt or Southern Kossuth _ | — - - • • w** jwtuicu, ji 1&P-1J i tax, good terms. — L. C. Burgess and members of counties. Give detailed de S » ! M-HhS ^,, , mem ? ers ° f the Price, and terms. •>• oi f H , church and other kind _ -^ tnends for their sympathy and aK NEW WELL DRIIJJNG MA- DriHing Beemer, 12p37-50 chme in your locality. any size wells. — Guy phone 102 Lakota. 1/OANS-PERSONAL, LIVESTOCK cars refinanced, lower payments. - See L. S. Bohannon, Hutchison Bldg., Algona. 12p39-42 FOR SALE—160 A. IMPROVED near Bancroft, $5500; 160 a ini- ? Br .?™ d> east of Algona, price $82.50 per a " est City. sistance. and sympathy and as for the beautiful 8 ft. McCormick- Deering binder 2 good side-delivery rakes 5-ft. McCormick mower Good sweep rake KOSSUTH CO. IMPLEMENT CO. Algona, Iowa THIS AMAZING NEW ELECTRE3TE NOW you can get ELECTRENE, the amazingly fast, efficient, economical all-purpose household cleaner, at your dealer's! ELECTRENE washes dishes, bathtubs, floors, walls wood- h T evcr >' thln t' ~ i" 'half the time, half the work, and at half the cost! Be sure to take advantage of the special offer your dealer will Get KLECTRKXE Froni Your Fuyorite Dealer! fi. , , rr . ""= "JCUUIJIUI iloiu offerings at the funeral of Minnie M. Sorensen.-Ida -Soren?.l n .'.,. Mr 2; L , ouis Sorensen. Mrs. . e Charles T. Ellsworth, Mrs. A Schulu, Mrs. J. A: Freeh, ' their iarnilies. G and -O. B. Anderson, For- 22p42 HOUSE PAINTING — TELL US size of your house. We'll estimate your requirements, and show you economies you get with Pittsburgh paints.—F. S. Norton & Son. 42 PERFECT CONTROL — GREEN Colonial Furnace has jointiess connections on fire doors and ash door. No gas leakage. Perfect OPPORTUNITY TO GO INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF in a Western Anf« Associate Store Western Auto Supply Company largest and most successful i n its' line, 30 years in business, had a sales volume of 36 million Collars in 1938. We are now offering you an opportunty to own and operate a Western Auto Associate Store. control of draft. Laing & Muckey. Ask about it.— 42 WANT TO RENT — 160 OR 320 acres of land in northern Iowa or southern Minnesota. Have trac- ^fent,. Can furnish refers.—Write Advance, Algona. towns of 1,500 to There are over 1000 such stores in operation. You can become the owner and operator of a "Western Auto Associate Store" for as little as $2,750 in the smaller towns, which pays for merchandise and fixtures and everything necessary to start business. We train you in our successful merchandising methods. Western Auto Supply Co. Kansas City, Mo. 32tf 2116, Central SJ. Associate Store Division . ^^^^^^^^^^™*^^™^^^^"i^»i^l^a^MIM^^M Special Offer Westinghouse Streamliner washer and a Victor Ironer Washer alone . Ironer . . . $59.50 $3450 Combination price $69.50 Pratt Electric Co. Algona, Iowa Claussner's 1st quality H kleer sheer ~ HOSE I $1.00 values g 87c | 2-thread, 3-thread, 4-t,hread, 7-thr><! S Other hose at M 57c 77c I $1.15 values at S 97c | Summer handbags j 98c I No Exchanges 1 No Refunds | All Sales Final | Dr. ScholFs 3 necessities, 1 $1.30 value S ___87c__| Men's Dress Shoes | Copeland and Ryder B $8.50 values $6.97 Roblee's $6.50 values $4.97 Other styles 97c, 1.97, 2.97 Boys oxfords and work , shoes 97c. $1.47, $1.97. $2.47 All 25c shoes polish 19c All 50c .hoe poli,h 3»c SHUTS Felt Slippers a pickup price of 47 Cl s Other values at m 77c 97c $1.47 = ~~ " i Women's | AIR-STEPS g Black patents, whites, and j= colors g $2.97, $3.97, $4.97 1 Other Women's Whites, black, blue Jaoonica 97c,$1.97, $2.97 Women's Sport White, black, brown 97c,$1.97, $2.97 Women's ARCH SHOES $5 to $6 values $3.97 to $4.97 One lot INFANTS STRAPS, OXFORDS, HI SHOES 47c to 97c Buster Brown and Tuffle --'»•-•'»•»»*•» 4 and IT#*»««'" white and black stripes and oxfords 47c, 97c f $1,47 $1.97, $2,47, $2.97 Sho, S ,o, e

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