Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1939 · Page 3
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!lA» taw Office if. W. KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANOE. ALtONA. IOWA PAOB THWtt Burt Methodists Begin Preparing for Golden Anniversary ,*, ^ -" • ^-^ ' •• ••• ««v ;j GJ •••'••• ' ••- • • • •- «/ REDECORATION & REPAINTING AMONG PLANS Burt, Aug. £_The work of re -| '-'— ahd painting the Methodist Attorney-. lio»»; 27 residence 314. ** n B ««d painting the Methodist I Iowa * ChUrC » b *?" 8tarted Wednesday. It '• lowa> was found necessary to take down the old belfry and; rebuild it. It Is being made much lower than it *»* toerly. w. T. Kennedy and Algon*, low* iKos ft WKCH Phoh« 2«1 uthMut.lni.bldg. Iowa. J5 ft LOWE fAttori^ys-at-I** t R.'j.'H%40 In iumvaX HCMW1I ft KELLY tt LA. yer* Helse block Algona, Iowa E. D. Kelly Hutchison building Algona, Iowa Attonwj Attoniey-at-Law. ion bull Hng Phone 180 ,,, Attoriiey-aH Hutchison, building . p. A BA580K:''••-••;;>•; ; Attor:iey-at-L»Vw;,—' •',; i over Iowa Siate Bank Office, 460-J.; B«B. 315 IZ51 N (deceased) C. HUTCHISON «E C. HttCHBON; Alioriieys-at-Law' ? tate bank 11 bldg. Algona, Iowa irlty ADBIC! C. McMAHON Attoiney-at-Lalr [Office n Helse bldg. Algona, Iowa SCTOBS" Snrgeoi s 444-3 + ' t ' O i-« -"^""tuj tlUU jqnn sewlck are doing the work •Misted by a ntimtoer o£ volunteer laborers. The exterior Is to be painted, and it Is hoped that the interior can be redecorated at this time, also. The church will celebrate. Its 50th anniversary early in September, and It is planned to have the work completed before that time, ClBb to Stage «F«r~ce— The Friendship club of the Presbyterian church will present "The Old District School," a two-act farce, in the high school auditorium Thursday and Friday evenings, August 10 and 11. Proceeds of the play are to ibe used to purchase a communion table for the church. 'Among those taking part are the Rev. J. M. Doms, Supt. M. C. Bowie, Mr. and Mrs. R. C Dremmel, Floyd Stott, Richard Brayton, Florence Hash, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald, Mary Ann Smith, Arlene Patterson, Mrs. Ce- :cil Godfredson, Le Roy Burger, L, A. Boettcher, Ruth Schroeder, Stuart; Thayes, Ronald Elvidge, Eddie Stewart,' Lyla Olson and Russell Patterson. Tlglt Esthervllle State Park— r, Mrs. •'Mary Steward, 1 Mrs. Paul Macauley and son Donald, Mrs. G. JIT. .Fairbanks, Marie Grover, and Mrs. Wallace, Algona, visited Fort Defiance park at Estherville last Thursday. Party Touring in West— The Wayne Manns and Cora and Myrtle Dahl, Thompson, left Tuesday on a trip into several of the western states. The Misses Dahl are Mrs. Mann's cousins. SOHB COUID EAT WHILE HE IMTHE- HUMAH eooyj eno THAT TMtlMS MAMMft MACHINE WOUtD OtSTPOV JOBS, IT CfitATtD TMM/MMM art/Mm earrtio THAU nt TOTAL NUMBtROt OlASS THIS MAcHINC MS osea. .Of THE £19,000 STOCKHOLDERS WHO THE_STE6l. INDUSTRV, to ftR CtHT+Hf TWO STORES AT LU VERNE GET IMPROVEMENTS QT 1. KENEFICK ilclan and Surgeon i orir Roxall Drug Store I phone 00 Res. phone 326 i. CBITZMEYER, M. D. and Physician Rce John Galbraith block Algona, Iowa HELY1N 0. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon " ' '' ' Mce,l! residence, 194 DB. R. H. OLS05 Dentist la New Call Theatre bldg. Bisiness, 166; rea., 788 Agona, Iowa DR. ilson b lones: Brookes Home from Coast- Mr, and Mrs. B. W. Brooke returned home Wednesday from California, where they had visited their daughter, Mrs. Thomas and other relatives. HONEYS HOSTS TO HOUSEFUL AT IRVINGTON was driving, his . destination th r'rankl farm, 'where the Helnan eside. The machine ran up a cided improvement. iank on the east side of the 'road and turned over. Durwood Was un- njured. Druggist Pratt Plans Vacation— P. L. Pratt and daughters Marilda and Zelpha Rae, will leave Irvington, Aug. 7—Guests at M. L. Roney's Wednesday were Mr. .and Mrs. Richard Tiedemann, Marquette, Mich., and a daughter; Mrs. Nellie Andrews, of' Staples, Minn, and two children; Mr. and Brooke, ,Mrs. Roy Blythe, Dubuque, daughters Betty and Barbara; Mrs. Jos. Wilhelml, Bancroft, her children; and the P. D. Schichtls, La. Verne. The Tiedemanns, accompanied toy Mrs. Nina Schichtl, left for Mil- Sunday for a couple of weeks fish- wau kee to visit relatives and get '— '-'- near International Falls, the son Roger before continuing to ing trip Minn. Surprise for Mrs. Boettcher— ; Mrs. W. W. Boettcher was surprised Friday afternoon to have a KARL S. HOFFMAN Dentist ; New Helse !. D. SCHAAF Dentist dg. Algona, Iowa Bus. 133, res; 174 Office, 44; re»., 116 JT. EASON Dentlst ; ov r James Drug Store Office, 59; residence, 859 SUBANCE . E VSSOCIATION 'O.WO jworth of 'insurance in jme company; Safe, »e- D. Pasaon, secretary MJBTAGH ft SON lows Be«l Estate , Insurance and Beads ' building Phone 105 group of her friends come in to help her celebrate her .birthday. Shower for Mrs. Woltst— r A shower was-given Friday afternoon at the Wyot Stott home for Mrs. Wilfred Woltz, who was formerly. Iva Marie Brayton. Club Plans Friday Picnic- Members of the U and I Circle and their families are .planning a picnic to be held at Call park Friday, August 11. Creamery Gets New Churn— A new Vane churn was installed in the Burt creamery the past week. Other Bnrt tfews. Mary Katherine Allen, Sauk Center, Minn., came Tuesday and visited until Saturday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen and her aunt, Mrs. Clifford Holding. Her cousin, Kay Edwin Holding, went back with her for a visit. Mrs. Elmer Klenitz and son Donald, Lakota, spent Wednesday at the Allen home. Junior Sigler returned to his home in Algona Thursday, after spending'a few days here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus, while his stepfather, Edw. Blumer, Lu Verne, was sick. H« was brought to his home in Algona Wednesday. Mrs. Manus spent at the Marquette. Mrs. Schichtl planned to remain with them a few weeks. The Blythes left for home Sunday. Mrs. Andrews remained for a few days With relatives. : " Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and her daughter Edith were guests of the Sexton Aid Thursday. The meeting was with. Mrs. John Flora. Truck Leaves the Road— A Chevrolet pickup owned by U 1 B. Frankl was 'damaged Wednesday, where it got out of control just south of Irvington. Durwoot St. John, who works for Frankl Lu Verne, Aug. 7—A number of ocal stores are dressing up with reinodelings and other improvements. The local drug store, recently purchased from Mrs. William Wol,o by Hugh Shirk, had a formal opening Friday afternoon. The storeroom has been ' redecorated, he contents rearranged, tables and )boths installed, and a new soda lountaln provided. The Shirks, who have a daughter, live In apartments at the rear of the Store. The IGkA grocery, besides addition of a meat counter earlier in the summer, has installed : a new display stand fo fresh fruits and vegetables, and it has bins below. This was built into the south wall, near the front end of the store. Walter Tlede, brother of George Tiede, who owns the store, made the 'stand. He has been a manual training teacher in the Detroit schools for some years and is here on vacation. Aid Will Meet Tomorrow— A general Methodist Aid meeting will be held at the community hall this week Wednesday. Hostesses will be Mesdames Herbert Smith, H. E. Peitzke, Harry Whitemore, Archie Sanford, and Otto Westling. iond Speaker Is Installed— "~ The Commercial club's Wednesday, evening programs have been drawing crowds and last week, a public address system was in- Stalled and used. This was a de- week-end with -a sister at Denver, la. Mrs. Walrath was also there. She is now employed in the dress department at Killian's, Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. 3, L. Bedell, Pipestone, Minn., were here last week looking after farm Interests. They own- the farm tenanted by Frank Youngwirth. Ernest Zuetlau stepped on a nail last week Tuesday. It gave him a handicap in his work for several days. He is a carpenter. John Brink and the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henderson . are suffering from infections. throat DOAN The Lawrence Moellers, of Fort duelling, Minn., and the Herman Moellers, Bancroft, spent Wednesday and Thursday at their brother an Asa with threshers from last week Sunday till WedriewMr, «ftd the Frank Asa dattghtet Phyllla spent from Wednesday till Sunday at Bryan's. , Betty; and Evallne Hutchison came Wednesday to visit the Bryan Asas and Various relative's at'Al- gona," tltonka, CorWtth, West Bend, and. Wesley. iWm. J. Martlnek and Harold Martinek were business visitors at Mason City Thursday.' Threshing has .been finished In ; this locality. Rain IB ne«ded bad- Clarence's at Henry Nelson's, and jy; pastures are getting dry. Cofn »n i«n O.M.^ »„„ ™>..» A«t,i ni ,.«ij 8 beginning t o sutfr signs if all left Rrlday for Fort Atkinson to visit the men's father and other relatives. Mrs. Albert DeWitt, of Beatrice, Neb., and son are spending two weeks with Mrs. DeWitt's sister, Mrs. Clifford Hoover. Mrs. Frank Asa helped Mrs. Bry- drought. The Aid has accepted an invitation to Irvlngton for a gueat day this week Wednesday. •••. - OFMCB SUPPLIES, DAT" I N>0 stamps, hand punches, files. Everything you need!—Ask AdViuuik Facts That Concern You No. 10 of m i AS HE WAS! INI932 HE WAS THIS BIG-» TODAY. Quartet Seeks Work in N. D.— Among persons who recently eft for the pakotas Were Nobel rouch, William and Sam Wood, and 'Elmer Harr. The .boys drove almost to the Canadian line. They ound the crops there injured by, drought. Thence they went to western North Dakota. They have Written that they have found employment. . Callfornians are Guests Here— Herbert Delterfield, Los Angeles, arrived Thursday to join his Operation Patient Recovers— Mrs. Matt Baumgartner was in town Wednesday evening for the first time since early spring, when she had a major operation. Her health is now greatly improved. .Cemetery Meeting Abandoned— Because of the busy season 'and the warm weather, there will be no meeting of the Lu Verne cemetery association this week Thursday;, , . ; ;,. Other LuYerne. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ott, son Donald, Olga Arn, and John Streiff Jr., New Glarus, Wis,, were visit- wife, who had been with, relatives O rs at Henry KuJbly's last week .here and near Lu Verne for tha Money's Worth In A TE » »«AL ESTATE AJfD INSURANCE JI. HERBST la. State lik. Pko.e 93 Iowa Toebben, Fiday. Mrs. Mary Lattimer, Bancroft visited from Wednesday to Satur day at the home of 'her niece, Mrs Lillian Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves an< Gertrude Stoffel, Algona, attended a Bankers' Life meeting at Mason City Monday. Katherine Elvidge, .Cedar. Falls student, spent the deck-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Elvidge. , The Legion Auxiliary will meet for its monthly sewing meeting meeting on Wednesday afternoon, August 9. Mrs. R. E. Kautzky and son and Anna Meinzer, Fort Dodge, visited their brother A. H. Meinzer Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson visited at the Dr. W. L. Tindall home in Woden Thursday evening. The Oi'ville Stewards, of Garner, visited Thursday evening at the Mrs. Mary Steward home. The E. C. Weisbrods, of Fenton, ast several weeks. The couple plans to leave for Canada to visit relatives, but will return, for a month before going home. Boiling, Water. Burns legs- Mrs. Frank Hilbert Is recovering slowly fr'om severe burns on .the legs suffered recently when she .spilled (boiling water. Other Irvington News. The Harold Currans, near Lu Verne, were Friday afternoon callers at W. T. Sabln's. Mrs. Curran is feeling pretty well again, following two minor operations. Mrs. Maud Solomon, who has been staying with her sister Mrs. Stella Sabln, was also a recent guest at Sabih's. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Roney Were dinner guests this week Monday evening at the E. H. Thomas home at Hanlontown, and brought home .the daughter Shirley, who had been a guest there a week. Geonge Hlllar is doing the .chores at John Weber's while the Webers are vacationing in Illinois. Tuesday and Wednesday. The Elmer Bekmans, Ottumlwa, were i guests at Dr. R. L. Corbln's Frl- a day. Mr. Bekman is Mrs. Corbln's brother. Mrs. Sue Rollins and Mrs. Philip Bailey, East Mollne,. 111., were guests last week of Mrs. Rollins' sister, Mrs. Jennie Levler. . Mrs. Rollins is In the eighties, but often visits here. She has not had good health recently. Dr. Geo. D. Walrath spent last BEFORE RE-LEGALIZATION,THE FARMER • HAD A TWO MILLION DOLLAR YEARLY MARKET FOR HIS BEER. CROPS. TODAY, BEER PAYS ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS ANNUALLY FOR. ITS CROPS. BEER CROP-LANDS WOULD COVER ALMOST ALL THE FARM AREA OF FIVE NEW ENGLAND STATES-3,OOO,OOQ ACRES I «__>__««.^__^_»___>_____.«I_-___«>^M^ ALSO -BEER PAYS A MILLION DOLLARS A PAY IN TAXES AND MAKES A MILLION JOBS AND NOW. TO KEEP BEER'S MANV BENEFITS, FOR. YOU AND FOR THEM, AMERICA'S BREWERS WANT TO HELP KEEP BEER RETAILING- AS WHOLESOME AS BEER ITSELF. THEIR PROGRAM WILL INTEREST LOCAL LAW AUTHORITIES... AND YOU. MAY WE S£AS£> YOU THE PACTS? ..',-' ' . For free booklet, addreit : United Brewers Indus' t frialF<nindativn,19Ea8t40thSt. l NewYork,N.Y i ' > BEER...a beverage of moderation Four Corners THE >xa:: DRUG STORE FOR LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN ±!&A*i* : ;&£±5 BOUQUET RAMEE SO«P 4 CAKES for 25c $rs.S. K SrScftSS »«/• WH». shoe CLEAKER and POLISH ire laboraforiet produce thii fineir of <ZWtraftnrrltDIDIH TARIETC .*«• ?Q* quality merehandiie lolely for Rexall /WfWWJ* MrlKIRJ lADLCI* 100« O96 Drug Stores, who get the merehandiie freili and full quality directly from the laboratories. „ >. D. I'AXSON Towi Dwelling, Household '. aol Automobile Inaurance. »t welect your policy tor of"»s occurs when insurance -r COUNTY ADVANCE 1 pf ewspaper Founded li» «w^ ed - aa Sec01 * 4 - Cla8a from Thursday to Sunday Blumer home. I visited Thursday evening at the P. L. 'Dremmel and grandson, 1 w. w. BoettcTier home. Donald Dremmel, left Saturday for; Mrs. Emil Haase and Mrs. Del- Aurora, 111., to visit the Floyd b er t iHanna entertained the Lu- Dremmels and bring home Mrs. P. theran Adi Thursday. L. Dremmel, who has been visiting: i Pr'ances Emmert, Mason City, them a couple of weeks. .spent last week at the J. D. Gra- Sarah Schroeder • and Merril na ni home. Scblei, Dale Weisbrod, Marjorie. T jj e Busy Bee club met with Mrs. Voigt, iFenton, and Phyllis McBrlde ' Clifford Holding Friday afternoon. Visited at the George Scbroeder w ar <l Palmer, Belmond visited Hettlw the EG 31, 1908, at the at Algona, Iowa, Under ALDISEASES home in Ames last week Sunday. Mr.-and Mrs. William Anderson and daughters, of Eau Claire, Wis., and Oscar Anderson, New Ricn- land, Minn., visited at the Bleicl^ homes Thursday. | Mrs. M. M. Chipman and daugn- > ter Joan returned Wednesday from« a ten-day visit with Mrs. Chipman's sister, Mrs. R. E. Gabriel, Armstrong. Wilma Slaughter, who is employed in Mason Cdty, enjoyed a ,vaca'tion last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Slaugh- tor. Selina Clifton, Lulu Hawcott, and the latter's cousin, Mrs. Henry Anderson, Lake Wilson. Minn., spent -ramrsday at R. F- Hawcott. •. R U th Scbroeder and Florence Rash were West Bend visitors Thursday and also visited at tne R. A. Bartlett home in Whittemore. Moore, Wesley, came Friday at the G. C. Allen home. Mildred and Lavonne Gettman, of Mason City, have been visiting a few days at their grandmother Mrs. Edith Rich's at Algona. Imogene Elbert, Thelma (Ramus, Evelyn Alexaner, Alta Lowman, i the children, Jimmle and Iris, and Edith Salbin went roller-skating last week Tuesday, Mrs. Fern Huling, Britt, and her children, Gene and Dale, spent last Thursday night with Mrs. Ida Nlckerson, and Gene and Dale had their tonsils removed Thursday at the General hosipltal. Mrs. Nickerson went to Ringsted Friday for a few days with her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Meyers. Phil Baker, George Lee, and John Sabln helped Arch Walker with threshing last week Monday, Mr. and Mrs. William Drayton spent Friday evening at John Mc- NelH'-s. come REMEMBER Your DOCTOR As He Remembered You YOPR DOCTOR HAS BEEN len- , lent. He hasn't embarrassed you. hasn't pressed you for pay- KLENZO Shower and Shampoo Spray 59c SPECIAL VALUES ,H U , N S, COMBINATION OFFERS 200 KLENZO FACIAL TISSUES and 1 lb. fetatt THEATRICAL COLD CREAM BOTH FOR Full pint Klenzo LIQUID ANTISEPTIC and tube Klenzo DENTAL CREME BOTH FOR Lavender SHAVING CREAM and TALCUM The "air cooled" mentholated shaving cream with talc ertra •• BOTH FOR He Friday to spend a few days with Burt friends and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. The Pete Theisens have moved Into 'the Meinzer house, recently vacated by the Harm Groens, who moved Into the country. Margaret Morness. of uncago. W,HEYER,D,0, 1 came home the first of last for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness. -' P Mrs. Hans Cbrlstensen. of New Castle, Neb., came Tuesday for | »|alt -with hep parents, Mr. ana , Cpgdlll. . - •«„. ,a< Olaon and uausflter „„ Btaore, ¥' O^on's Bother, ment of your account. In all fair- fless, don't you thnlk he should b« paid? KoMUth County Medical Society facari llMkli M Pink •oHle«HOO Zinc Qxifc Outneit Nuivil Pills laxative 100 Uei.tiit Aromatic 2 as. i **iu9\m* 1* 01. «!*• » S^MiitTihWl |eHl v «ll40 Milk ol MifMin TOOTH Neutraliut mouth acidi that often caMie tooth decay. PLAIN OH MERCURO CHROME Reidyma^e Klenzo Facial Tissues 500 Sheets 19c MiMlelOil 590 RUSSIAN TYP6 FULL PINT IEEL-IOLL COHON KLENZO COCOANUT OIL SNAMfOO STAG BRUSHLESS SHAVINfi CIEAM MODERN CHARM FACIAL PUS' GAUZETS SAMTMY I.VIWS SILQUE Mil TOIIC 6RITE IIQUID NAIL CIEME NUS| it, FT. 23c on.oz. 33c g After Shave' LOTHM and Stag Bay Rum SHAVING CRI FOR BOTH UWWI MUM j TmierfKii FACE POWQtft—KX»e v &t SHAPOW SPVR^^™^| W^HSI 7 N. liff ( vb *#te&?\ ,-"-"- ' 'r ^Strfl^-^* 1 ^•ft\f* *Swia5>-«w ?Tf* &*&3$*r*£-^t*,*s>K&zi£-^< 'jrvjtk^^jft^ii- 6

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