Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 18, 1939
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PAGE TWO KOSSUtH ™ittM*T AtiVAMCtt. AlflbttA. IOWA 'U. PICK AT ONLf 12c a pound RASPBERRIES Fresh Berries—No Waste Bring your own boxes or pans and pick all yon wish of tliese delicious berries. Yon pay only 12c a ponnd. It's a pleasure to pick berries In this Wg 8-acre A BIG SAVING Because of the great saving of this "U-Plck-TBm" plan yon can now afford to have plenty of Red Haspberrles for sauce and iam. They're easy to put np— no hulling and no shrinkage. BERRIES READY NOW Make up a party with your family or friends and drive to Jas. Sharp's berry fa™. rlck a11 Uie berries you need, Uien spread a picnic dinner In tie grove. Picking season now to last part of month. JAS. SHARP 454 mi. East Emmetsburg GUESTS TELL OF SEEING BRITISH KING AND QUEEN PORTLAND GIRLS' CLUB PLANS BOOTH AT THE KOSSUTH FAIR Portland Twp., July 17 — The Peppy Pals will meet this week Wednesday with the leader, Mrs. Martin Becker, and all are to be In uniform. Plans are' to be laid for a county fair 'booth. Attractive WE DO IT QUICKER AXD BETTER If you require immediate washing service for your car, you get it here. Our careful operators assure you of a sparkling and thorough job! STEWART Super Service 302 E. State Phone 798 Money For Personal Needs $5O and Up When extra cash is needed for seasonal expenses—let us arrange a personal loan for you through, one of our many credit plans. Small monthly payments are arranged out of income with ample time to repay. * » » * TFe offer a special loan plan for farmers Autos refinanced—payments re- dnced * * » * Our friendly service is available to both married and single persons. We have helped many with their financial problems through our modernized loan service. -Let •s help yon. P. J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa Phone 22 General Insurance Agency. social events for guests, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wells, Kathleen and Grace Harrison, St. Agatha, Manitoba, Canada. Last week Tuesday evening a family picnic took place at the Lu Verne park, and as' many as could get away from business made up a swimming party at, the «fcl- gouk pool Friday, with • a . picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call park. Mrs. Welles, Kathleen, and Grace are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Harrison, and they live about 25 miles from Winnipeg. The day they went to see the King and Queen of their adopted country in that city was one they will long remember. They went early and obtained a good vantage point where they could not only see everything but hear the proceedings. The whole countryside turned out to welcome their Majesties, but a downpour of rain not only spoiled the decorations but the celebration in general. Cemetery Association Sleets— The Cemetery association held its July meeting at the community hall Thursday. Former members who had moved away were guests, and there was an unusually large attendance. The officers and the president's cabinet were hostesses, and a covered dish dinner was served. The president, Florence Hof, gave a report of the annual meeting of Iowa cemetery officials at Waterloo, and this was followed by a program, with Mrs. George Tiede, cluiirman; piano solo, Betty Wolf; flute, solo, Kathrine Dimler, who was accompanied by..Mrs. J. L. Lichty; two songs, Mrs. H. H. Lichty, accompanied by Mrs. E. H. Dehnert; piano solo, Stuart Sanders. Guests from a distance were Mrs. H. Deldeifield, Los Angeles; Mrs. J. 0. V. Price, Algona; Mrs. 0. D. Bemis. Storm Lake; . Mrs. Jack Vaughn, Des Moines; Mrs. Fay Thompson, Eagle Grove. Hoars Talk by Missionary— Mrs. Irvin Chapman was at Goldfield Thursday, attending an all- day meeting of three missionary societies of the United Presbyterian church at John S. Whyte's. There were 75 women and girls in attendance, and the speaker was Kate Hill, missionary at home on furlough from Sialkot, Ind. Miss Hill had been in India since 1896, and she is making headquarters while at home with a sister at Eldora. When the King and Queen of England visited the United' States in June she felt they were her own rulers, for she has been under the protection of the Engish government since the reign of Queen Victoria. There are so many dialects spoken In India that when Gandhi and other men of India get together they have to use English, the only languare they all know. .and the 4 j Hers are expected work hard for as many firsts as possible. The new 4-H. building .wil one of the main attractions at the fair. Viola Trenary is president of the club; Betty. Stewart, •vice; Margaret Ringsdorf, secretary-treasurer. There are 12 members. Wedding Is Social Event- ... . Many from ttiis. locality, attended the Clapsaddle-Glldner wedding at Burt Wednesday evening, was decidedly the main event of the season in these parts, in fact for many seasons. Joan McWhorter was ring-bearer, and .Viola Trenary, Virginia Patterson, Lavonne Ringsdorf, and Norma <3cott helped 'serve at a reception. nil concerned. Progress Clnb to Meet— The Portland Progress club is to meet this week Thursday at M. E. Larsen's, with Mes- james Bernard Phelps, Harvey .Graham, and Lewis Bartlett assisting. _ A tea will be held and a •special guest, Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whitlemore, has been invited. School Board Elects Teacher—. The Portland school board met Thursday evening at the Center gchoolhouse, and Wanda Waltman Was hired to teach the No. 7 school., . The customary 'business iv'as! done, ,and . supplies will: be • or-. ijered soon for' eight schools. '.!., RETIRED PASTOR, LIVERMORE, WILL END DAYS THERE Liverinore, July 17—Doctor and Mrs. Wiggins have decided to make Livermore their home, following the former's retirement as Presby- erian pastor, and so have bought the Albert Weber house. As soon as the Webers finish a new flat built In connection with their place of business, Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins will move. The Presibyterlans expect to have a resident pastor, last w««k «»toy tuning '< « *» tog cabin grounds, with a iteak fry as main 'attraction: ."iilnk" Hufclft* .and J. F. Matnm*,wer« chefs. The La*or day celeffiatlon held^wlthi an oUT settlers ^t^fe W."*"*"? may be sp6ti sored' this yeat by the club. • _ Other Llvennort Ncifri. Mrs. Jennie Collins, who had visited her daughter, Mrs, Violet Hoffman, Des Molnes, two weeks, returned last week Tuesday, aC- social .Fire to County Legton-"Aiix'' Women here who attended a .county Legion-Auxiliary meeting Wednesday at Mrs. J. W. Lock- jvood's, Burt, were Mesdames Charles Scott, Tom Trenary Wyott Stott, F. A. Ringsdorf, and Ray McWhorter. Harvesting Is Done With— Harvesting has been in full Other Portland N«WS. pwing in the last week, and it is Isabelle Mulligan, Bancroft BOW completed on most farms., •spent Friday at P. A. Ringsdorf's Ray McWhorter bought a new; Mrs. Clara Watson, Woden, and Wood Bros, separator and -will ,her family, were last week Sunday .thresh in the immediate neighbor- guests at Will Grover's, and Satur- hood. He will have only a small flay visitors there were Shirley and i-un, which will be convenient for Catherine Wolf. at the (tog ft H. M.T - ation ore,, l»)!t weeicenq. John (Jameron concluded a visit at W, M. Smith's last week Monday and went to Holmes to visit relatives before returning to his home at Storm Luke. Mrs. Bert'"Brown'and Mrs. G«o; Mrs. Ju 8UBe Stei , Itlfln fmw, ! ? leu 8l <*nlly I. WESLEY SHORTS KEEPING YOUR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE UP TO DATE That's our blp jab every day to see tliat you have the very latest and most complete policy. OUK PROBLEM IS YOUR PROBLEM. YOU PAY US TO SEE THAT YOU HAVE THE YETCY BEST PROTECTION AT THE LOWEST PRICES. OUR BUSINESS FOR THE PAST TWENTY YEARS HAS BEEN BUILT UP ON THIS CONFIDENCE. WE HAVE TO MAINTAIN OUR CLAIM SERVICE UP TO THE HIGHEST STANDARD. Strictly standard — non-assessable policies. ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. LaBarre 39 fPLUMBINGI NEW FITTING FOR plumbing fixtures—faucets, sink and lavatory traps,, and bath-room accessories. See our display. LAING & MUCKEY Phyne 4C4 Algona, Iowa Methodist W. H. M. S. Meets— The Methodist W. H. M. S. met at Mrs. 0. S. Lund's Thursday, and Mrs. H. A. Nelson was leader for the devotional service. Mrs. H. C. Allen read an article on supply work as one of the "New Horizons of Service," and Mrs. Grover Rent?, read one on Christian Citizenship. Mrs. Peter Thompson presented enigmas, and Mrs. Nelson gave a report on local Queen Esther work. The August meeting will be a picnic at the local park, with the Mothers Jewels and Queen Esthers as guests. j Rural Carriers Meet Here — The county rural mail carriers' | association met last week Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolfe here, and some 30 persons attended. The men called on Ray Stone, who is sick. The rest of the evening was spent at visiting. Mr. Wolfe was A. L. Look's substitute, and he has been carrying the mail on that route since Mr. Look's death in May. Leave for Dakota Visits — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mrs. Jennie Levier. and Mrs. Lena Blatti, Goldfield, left Friday for a couple of weeks with relatives in North Dakota. Mrs. Levier planned to visit a sister at Bismarck, and the -rest would visit the Dolph Meyers family at Flasher. Other LuYerne. Doris Thompson spent part of last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson. She is now working in the telephone office at Waverly, after serving in that capacity for many years at Renwick till last spring. Walter Chapman, Des Moines, was a visitor at his uncle F. I. Chapman's last week Tuesday. He is a scale inspector for the Fairbanks-Morse Co. Ray Stone was sick last week, and his mail route was being looked after by William Thompson, substitute. Dorothy Lund, employed at Algona. spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund. Car from Minnesota Upset in Collision Sexton, July 17— The John H. Small Loans Up to $300 OK AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK FUBJflTCRE, ETC, Prompt, courteous, confidential service. WR|H IOWA FINANCED Engels, Lake Park, Minn., traveling in a Dodge sedan, were in a collision Saturday at 12:30 at a point a half mile east of Sexton on Np. 18. They sideswiped a model A Ford driven by WilJMun Proth- man, Wesley, who was turning to drive into the . Dennis Goeders fajrjnyard. The Easel car turned over on Its sid« and -Was badly Paul Friberg went to Elmore last week Monday to visit the Otto Engstroms. Mrs. Mary Anderson, Minneapolis, spent part of last week at her uncle. Paul's. Roy Kleiii'peter and his two children, acompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; Albert,' Kleinpeter, took Wayne and Joan Smith to Fort Dodge, ; after they ;had visited here several weeks: ' Tliey are soiv and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leon Smith, and Mrs. Smith was formerly Esther Kleinpeter. Pauline Rash, waitress at the Ben ton Cafe, was sick last week, and Ruth Muehe took her place. Mildrefl Benton returned last Wednesday from Clear Lake,where she had been since the preceding Monday with her sister, Mrs. Donald White, and other Algona women in a lakeside cottage. Uohn Eden, Harry Angle, Swen Nelson, and L. P. Olson drove to a point in Minnesota Wednesday on a business mission. Mrs. Charles Kraus and her daughter Dorothy left last week Tuesday for points in Illinois and; Indiana for two weeks of visits. The L. S. Koppens are at Pine Lake in Minnesota for a vacation of two weeks. Bom Studer is meanwhile helping John Eisenbacher at the pool hall. : Roslee Dorr, St. Benedict, was spending several. days with her aunt, Mrs. Irene Studer. .The Tom Daileys, Algona, were Wednesday evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Munson. Guy M. Butts, Mrs. Haller (his housekeeper), Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Munson, Mildred Fox, and Ida Young attended an Odd Fellow ceremony at Clear Lake Thursday evening. The Embroidery club met with Mrs. Gordon Giddings Thursday, and attending from Algona were Mrs. Mae Harris, Mrs. Homer Anderson, her children, and Mrs, Henry Philips. From Titonka were Mrs. Amos Bonacker and Mrs, George Johnson. Mrs. Mae Harris, Algona, visited at Laurence Hansen's and the Milton Giddings home from Thursday till Saturday. Mrs. Alf Studer, daughter Rita and Mrs. Agatha Haverly spent Wednesday at Mason. City. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman am Mrs. J. L. Studer returned Friday from a week with relatives ant friends at Coleman, Sioux Falls and other points in South Dakota Mrs. Lael T. Root and her infan son were brought home last wee] Tuesday from Mercy hospital, Ma son City. The baby was born Jun< 30, and has been named Thoma. Lael. The daughter Ellen Mav garet, who was with her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sher: dan, Clear Lake, three weeks, wa brought home Tuesday. Helen Ken is employed at the Root horn Philip Sheridan, Clear Lake, calle on his sister, Mrs. Root, last wee Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winger Iowa Falls, visited Thursday i the former's sister-in-law Mrs. Mike Wingert's. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer and her son John left Saturday for a week with the former's sister, Mrs. Vernoji Dau-Schmidt, Traer. The Edw. Pfeffers, Des Moines, spent Thursday at Mr. Pfeffer's brother Dr. L. L. Pfeffer's here, Mr. Pfeffer is in telephone employ. Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan visited their daughter Mrs. Lael Root last week Tuesday. Peter Lickteig, Sioux Falls, visited at his sister Mrs. John Loebig's last week Sunday. He called at Alf and Jack Studer's and on other relatives and friends here, at AlKona, and at St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt and their daughter, Mrs. Nina Ranck, got home last week Monday from a trio to South Dakota and other points in the west. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wolf, with Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz Eisenbacher and his son Edward, drove to Man4 City, who had visited here. Mrs. Anthony Johnson, _William, Lillian, and Bernadine' visited Thursday night at Hiram Ackerman's, near Lu Verne. The Ackermans operated the Long Cafe here some years ago, before the building burned down. New Employe at Bank- Janet Gray is new girl b'arik, replac}ng- Norma . Brockley.;. who. had; been",here.' ttfosyea'rs, but, lately re's'ighed .• to •'accept' a pofcjf tion at Fort Dodge, where her ; mother resides. Miss Gray came from Sefteka, Minn. Mrs. Harold | Frederick, employe of the Farmers bank before closure, helped at the State bank till Miss Gray arrived. Drops Ice on Foot— ! Dale Sarsgard, who has been in Weber Produce employ here a long time, recently had an accident which laid him up for the time being. A 250 pound cake of ice fell on his right foot, almost .severing one of his toes. Dale went to the parental John Sarsgard's at Dakota City to recuperate. Teacher to be Chaperone— Miss Patterson, teacher here two; .years, will .chaiperone a group of. Livermore girls at the Okobojis for. the week beginning August 13. Go-: ing will be Lois Hoganson, Jean Berryhill, Betty Seger. Shirley FOR SHILTS REMODELING Smith, Charlotte Maxine Wilson, and Lois Logue,. Dorothy Merris; and Beverly Neal. Lions Clnb Has Picnic— The Lions club had an outing I WASH CLOTHES FASTER ... and Whiter! If you don't believe it, TRY IT—on our money-back guarantee! EL'ECTRENE , docs get clothes white in about half the time, with half the soap! WHY? Because i t dissolves scummy curds, cuts grease, and loosens dirt amazingly fast! ... All without scrubbing, soaking, boiling! And it does it for about %'c per washday! 18-oz. box, 25c (others 50c, 75c) at your dealer's. TRY IT. Get ELECTBENE From Yonr Favorite Dealer! Thi« i« the wind-up-your last chance to buy high grade i at these rock-bottom prices. Get yours now before it is tool Hurry. Sale ends Saturday, July 22 CHILDREN'S SHOES all sizes most styles, 47c, 97c, $1,47' Women's High Grade Shoei] (Some Airsteps included) 070 $1.97 $Z.97 CLEARANCE of SUMMER AIRST1 $3.97 and $4.97 SHILTS Brownbilt Shoe Store The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet ^IIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH^ TIRE TODAYS ONLY July 20 th iuly 29 th damased. Sir*. JBngel, who ft. sever* .ann 'injury puts, W9# tak,en. to . s.uf- and hosr City dj-iye.r> badly shaken.. W,.aM,aju#ere4 •bruises. Ifr. Prothman was uninjured. kato, Minn., last week, and thence to Lesterville. S. D.. to see the Reverend Father Millemin. The J. T. Meurer. Mrs. Tom For^ burger, Mrs. Leo Bleich, Mrs. L. L. .Le t a6e. and Mrs. Halvor Flon; Jr. attended a county Legion-Auxiliary mid-summer meeting at Swe* City last -week TueB.d^y- MRsV Meurer was ' installed as, county treasurer. She is also treasurer pf the local unit. ! i Mrs. Samuel Aln« retunie.d l.aps Wednesday t rom. i vteifwl^ r«^ 4 ' lives at ArJtogton, S. D, 1 Sfte wept there -wttt her mother, Mrs- Lars Seversieke. brother Carl, and sla- ter, Mrs.' Slip E&pe. a)J of Stoy "i ALL-WEATHER TIRES SALE MICE 4.40-4.50x21 ' SALE, MICE 5.25-5.50« II SALE f *.00xl* SALE PRICE 4,75-5.00x19 S SALT PRICE 5.25-5.50*17 ' SALI »JICj ^^^^^^^^^^^^Pl(™ *.25.*.50xU TOUR OLD T|» r . e !LS |rand n^ws lor vacation budgets) For too days— and TEN DAYS ONLY^-you can buy th. 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