Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1939 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 8, 1939
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t I»AOE Potto **« n :V t » * I H Izaak Walton, author of the "Compk-at Angler"—born . . . AUGUST 9, 1593 This is no "fish" storv—our "Continuing" Standard " Form Policy gives More Protection for Less Money than ordinary policies. Save with Certainty In advance. L. S. BOHAXXOX Hutchison Bide. I'lione " GOWK* AtWANGE. ALOOMA. IOWA -*>' Father ofTwenty Children Dies at Corwith 12 or 18 Months To Pay PAINT NOW! PRATT « LAMBERT! PAINT AMD-VARNISH FUNERAL RITES ARE HELD FOR NICK KELSH Corwith, Aug. 7—r-Furieral services for Nicholas A. Kelch, 62, who died at his home, four miles south of Corwith July 31, were held Thursday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's church at Corwith. in charge of the Rev J P. Quirin. Nephews of Mr. Kelch were pallbearers and burial was made in St. Mary's cemetery, Corwith. Mr. Kelch died after a lingering illness following an operation for a brain tumor last spring. Mr. Kelch was born at Peoria, 111.. Sept. 13, 1S76. He was married to Charlotte May Fox, of Peoria, in 1902, and they came to Iowa to make their home a few years later. They had lived in the Corwith vicinity for 30 years. Mrs. Kelch died November 27, 1933. Twenty children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Kelch, three of whom preceded their parents in death. They were Lawrence, 6; Frank, 8 months; Nicholas, who died in infancy, j The surviving children are: Sarah, Mrs. Oswald Lallier, Corwith; Tillie, Mrs. Julius Matz, of Kanawha; Mary. Mrs. Melrin Perkins, Bloomington, 111.; Leo, Chicago; Cecelia, Mrs. Edwin Lee. of ; Corwith; Mabel, Mrs. Albert Van i Dien, Rochester, Ind.; Julius, at home; Vincent, Bloomington, 111.; Ernest, at home; Marida, Mrs. Curtis Anderson, Eagle Grove; Veronica, Loraine, Alice, Eileen, John, Charles, and Alfred at home. Mr. Kelch was a farmer but did considerable mason work .in .late years. He has made several tombstones for the local cemetery, including one on the family lot in St. Mary's cemetery. Colored Team to Meet the Brownies Friday TWO LIVERMORE THIEVES SCARED AWAY BY VlflTIM n If n I U I flU I llfl • WAS talking in his office with a I . I man who is head of a large store. ! Livermore, Aug. 7—Harry Miller ' was com Plimenting him upon the found two thieves in his yard at 2 i ex * r aordinary courtesy and service o'clock Sunday morning 'when he | a woman told me she ; was aroused by the flash of a light! always received in from a car turning into the lane i that store. that leads to his place in the west! " Mv friend says TRUTH about ADVERTISING By CHARLES B. ROTH visitor. *as a 'HERE COMES THE QUEEN >f - town. One man was walking in front of rabbit hutches which house valu- that your salespeo- pletreatheras though she were the - oug se were the «We stock here, and the other was | quee n " I exoteuied back of the hutches. Mr. Miller "Cor™ w»h ™ - b ^ not seen that one', when he fh ° ^ .' yelled to the first fellow, to get I I , ?. u' ve f al . dl out - and be ui and left hls cbau > out and be quick. Evidently the .thieves MrrMiller was armed thought ' and started down- the stairs. "I want to , -. ond fellow came into the open, and about the easy, convenient credit terms Betutily and preserve the surfaces in and around your home! COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. 110 So. Dodge Street Phone 275, Algona ; Catholic f'hnrch Remodeled— j 'Vi orkmen have just completed j enlarging St. Mary's Catholic i church at Corwith to bring the | buildins- has been redecorated, painted, and minor improvements made, including new pews for the new part of the auditorium. There have been no services held in the church while this work was being done, and plans were to reopen the church last Sunday. However, the first services were held Thursday, when funeral services were conducted for Nicholas Kelch. Mr. Keleh. who was a member of the church, had done much of the work on the church building during its history which covers a quarter of a century. "Anx" to Sponsor Contests— The Legion Auxiliary met last week Tuesday evening at the Legion hall with 21 present. Several committee reports were given and plans were made to sponsor contests in the school again this year. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. Oma Jacobs The next meeting will be held August 15 with Mrs. Arthur Tabb as hostess. At this meeting there will be a report on the state convention by Mrs. Lafe Oxley The convention is this week, and Mrs Oxley is the local delegate. Mr<= Harvey Enfield is also attending as Hancock county delegate two ran to their car, which had been left running ,and drove away rapidly. Last November Mr. Miller lost a showyousome. Charles Roth thing." I followed. .He took me behind the counters. He pointed out neatly printed white —.,! -.u.^muci -ui. .umei ujsv a "^ fujuicu uui neauy prinieo wnue f j. ne chinchilla the same night that cards pasted up at close intervals garage was robbed i throughout the store, where the _tires and accessories. j clerks couldn't help seeing. j I read what they said. [ "HERE COMES THE QUEEN!" j "It's our slogan," the executive explained. "Yes; it's more than a slogan. It's our watchword, our business policy, to treat every woman who enters the store as though she were the Queen" TW ° " 6ekS ag ° a New white sire was taken from the rab- bitry, and Mr. Miller believes the same thieves returned following a ' ' dance to help themselves to other rabbit. Mr. Miller an- ot a good view of one of the men, for it was a moonlight night, and believes he has him located and that he will soon run the thieves down. Mr. Miller depends on his rab- bitry for meat in winter when he is out of work. 1 IVebers in Xew House— The new home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weber is now occupied by the Webers. The home they vacated, which was bought by the '. Rev. and Ms. J. M. Wiggins, is being remodeled, and when it is com- I happen to know that this policy has paid handsome dividends to the store. As I think It over, however, only in form and expression is that policy different from that of .every other organization which advertises for your trade. All have to treat you as though you were the queen—or the king. Anyone who has been buying much in the stores will tell you that the treatment received from clerks is vastly different from what It was years ago. They are more considerate. They are better informed. The reason for this change Is that they have the ideal which advertising has created In their minds, and to this ideal they most conform. All over the country, In every newspaper, advertisers are vying with one another'in telling the story of their products and in improving their products to make them more acceptable. Their desire is to produce some- SCHOOL BELL WILL BE RUNG SOON: LAKOTA Lakota., Aug. 7 — The Lakota public schools will reopen September 4 with the following teachers: grades 1, 2, Ruth Odlund; 3, 4, Miss Madden; 5, 6, Opal Pardee; 7, 8, Audrey Hastings; home economics, Olene Larson; music, Net- ; tie Mae Wursler; principal and coach, Alton Anderson; superintendent, Earl Grabau. The new teachers are Misses Madden, Pardee, Hastings, and Wurster. Miss Hastings, however, taught the same grades in the school here some years ago, since then serving other schools. She and her father have bought a home here. i >". D. Visitors LeaTe for Home— Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton and Mrs. J. H. Warburton accompanied Mrs. Nannie Slmpkins and her granddaughter, Gwendolyn Steen, to Blue Earth Thursday. The visitors tbok A bus thence to Minneapolis, and from there , to their home at Glenburn, N. D., after six weeks with • relatives here. Mrs. Slmpkins also looked after business in connection with her farm in Plum Creek. j Former Pastor Makes Calls— I The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey,' with their children, were visiting -_„, friends here Thursday and Friday. PiiAno KQ«T They went to Ledyard, Grant, and | .rnune.Ooi- Swea City Friday to make calls, and then stopped at F. G. Torine's, , near Algona, on the way home to j wu.fn.,j«.u tn6 «KW. find AlTfl Hamm*f JN» the S.0k6tosjf s laat week Sunday to attend a filble conference. u? r> JS« d J'!* t « n 2 r 2* & n8 «n and Mr, and Mr8. Jtobeft ftippentron drove to a hospital at Maaon citv Friday to see Mrs. Mtohael Winter. 10 ce ntiy from With Quality Cleani nng Don't you envy people who always look cool a , warmest weather? You needn't! becau*. ?i nd smar < appearance lies in keeping their cooTdo t £ r can do' that too by sending yours to w for c caning. We clean all types fectly, without the slighted Modern Dry Cleam AND TAILORS , Clarion that evening. Mr. Harvey is a former pastor at these places, and is now Methodist pastor at Clarion. thing fit for the queen—or the king— and their advertising sets up a standard to which they must strive. In the process you get the best products and service it is possible to provide. <5 Charles B. Roth- Minn., with a sister of Mr. Smith. Mrs. Clayton Patton. Mrs. "W F. Johnson is helping at the Johnson: pharmacy during the absence of I Mr. Smith. ' SEXTON ~., - _. !,, Mrs ' Joe St e ff en, her children, Other Livermore News. Mrs - Smedburg, and • Thos. Dress- Mr, and Mrs. Albert Smith, with !?''', a1 .'. ^ Cbic ago, visited Mrs. —»• -• -*-*uci t *jijj,n,u, \S ItU the daughters Helen Mae and Lois have returned from a trip .that took them to Waterloo, Clarksville, and Chariton. They were accompanied ~ his f^, - w«. wu <_*<.!*, ui.ju ntiVilA IL 13 WU-I™ *- ***** JLUU* ± UGV rtfiffi flj Dieted. Dr. and Mrs. Wiggins will home by the son Berv] and leave the Presbyterian manse they wife, who are visiting "here have occupied so many years while Margaret and Doctor Wiggins served as pastor. A new minister from Wisconsin will come. spent the week- wlth Vera at Catherine Jennett last week. Patient .Still at Hospital- Mrs. Charles Eggerth, who had been at a Fort Dodge hospital four weeks, came home for week-end before last, but went back , last week Monday for further treatment. She will go to Renwick to stay with relatives and drive to the hospital for treatments during at least another four weeks before coming home to stay. Mrs. Rippentrop's Daughter Sick- Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Rippentrop were called to Mason City Thursday by word that Mrs. Rippentrop's daughter, Mrs. Michael Winter, was in critical condition following a major operation the preceding Tuesday. The Rippentrops were staying at Mason City at last accounts. Girlhood Friends in Get-Together— Mrs. Harry Moe had a visit last week Tuesday from a girlhood friend, Mrs. E. G. Koorman, the -- , S nights of wild tnd jroolly contests, with the country! ^ greatest ridtra • and ropers competing for big purees. IN a*dh/sBjUQ~\ t NlqMi-A,,, II.SsjlSl .^s/ I Swing Mssion every niriA Mil . - by gala open-air dante. 11 Lickteig. Mildred CEI Spear, Eikton, Minn., Mrs. Three Teachers Engaged— The school board last week hired three teachers to fill the vacancies made recently by the resignation of three members. E. F. McClanahan, of Belle Plaine, will be the new principal and coach Doctor Away for Vacation— Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beardsley, with the son Orin. are vacationing Mrs ,j in Wisconsin and Minnesota. The daughters v youngest daughter, Catherine, is accompanied being cared for at the Beardsley Olson home by Mrs. Thomas Devine, and taking a vacation from the Smith cafe and will visit her sister Veda wort Momes before returning to the elder daughter is in Illinois, guest at the Rev. Mr. Schlie's. Smiths Off for Vacation- Mr, and Mrs. Walter Smith are Af«,-ric, A ata »»H T^ aSt,t her . , , nn., has been -visiting her cousin, Eleanor Fraser. Mr. Bilshorough, Algona, was taken seriously sick Wednesday at daughter Mrs. Raymond Webb's. Lake tives. to visit rela- S. S. Class Has a Picnic— The young people of the Berean Sunday school class, 14 in number, accompanied by their teacher, spent the evening at InterlaJcen a longer visit Air. and Mrs. Nels (With the daughters Maxine, were recent Betty and r Smith are r ~ ' „ c ' c lcl -«"i guests at spending vacation at Alexandria, ue ° rge Brogan's. Their home is at Randall. Thursday. Following picnic sup- Rosemary Wheelock of Zearin- ' P6r ' mosl of the rest of the time .n n «»l~ .-• ;. . ~_ ' ^CCUJlle,, -U'po cnonf of t>n11 n » r.U~l! , recently visited Mary Ellen Jennett. . Evelyn Schultz ,of Bancroft, ha heen a guest of Mildred Flora. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Skow attend ed a Farm Bureau picnic at th Amhrose A. Call state park Thurs parents of a daughter, Ann Flor- I. Mrs. August Kirschbaum her son ner daughter Kathryn of the week m 1 UNIFORMITY 2 ECONOMY 3 POWER 4 HIGHER ANTI-KNOCK | 5 LIVELIER RESPONSE ^ .*9£&'.. -~ - -- • -• -•• (.<.uv.il some GCO- nomtes and commercial subjects in Shay MaYoT^vif Honbury ' Eileen HigSns. 630 " 6 ^^^ 6 ^Anteff Leare on Loig Trip— Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hain and daughter left last Wednesday m ° ersni " g ~° Visk Mrs ' Hain ' s rela- also visit Mr. Hain's sister A group of Junior Auxiliary girls ' J. H. Zigrang, Des Moines was spent last week at the Merrick Inn here Wednesday and visited at hi« at Clear Lake. Mrs. Charles Er- *-«'*•— TI - • ««eu <u nis ickson and little son Alfred accom- The girls are Bur- Gertrude and De- r- brother H. L.'s. panied . lette Erickson, - lores Dunlap, Harriet and Marilyn Gouge, Alice and Betty Higgle, Helen DeGroote, and- Luella Rig- LOTTS CREEK Francls Kees Mr. and Mrs. will visit her aunt for two weeks Dorothy Moldenhauer is taking the lauer's place in the Hustler office during her absence. BH.le Study is Planned— -f. three-day Bible conference win be held at the Baptist church this week-end. A Bible studv and Prayer meeting will be held' each afternoon from 2 till 4 and special evangelistic services will be held each evening at 7:45. Special where Mr. Kee will teach history in the high school. Mrs. Kee has been the Methodist church pianist, and both have been very active in church work during the four years they were in Corwith. Herbert Creeks Have Girl- Word has been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Creek, who live in Illinois. The baby weighed seven pounds and has been named Verlene .» i natfield, known as the "Irish ! Preaehe1 --" I ' •— -. __ Surprised on Birthday- Mrs " Albert Rust surprised her •nm^T". - etty Ann Gen g'er and ' ™H i£ *? mmger ' Mrs - Leininger , .and Donald remained there. On the I-way home the others stopped at ' H "£ t0n visit the Carl Dreyers ^and the Otto Liesners. ' rh? 11 '' / nd Mrs ' Hu S° Faulstich, three daughters, son iWilliam, and ( Detroit, drove to' Fort * Dodge j Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs 'SftfL St l hl ! )ock ' M '*s B*ulBtl5 left there that evening for home ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Culkshank .Algona, were Wednesday evening .visitors ar Arthur f-~i-^-- • s Gets Des Moines Job— xr.._ p.,. 0 ' au 6hter of M,. a uu u aj c.cmus u. v mvmng in several Mis. Fa> Scace, will be sten-1 girl friends to help her celebrate VISIT* 1.4t-V. Vl-.il-J . t I daughter Ruth a week ago Mon- were last guests at! Wednesday evening Ernst Osleson's. • Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Meyer are Parents of a boy, born -Thursday r Mrs. John Flora was hostess to the Aid Thursday, 17 persons attending. Election of officers was held: Mrs. Bert Sanders, president; Mrs. Sim Bemis, vice- Mrs w™ Steven, secretary; Mrs! W <3t ""^ r ^ treasu rer . Mrs. J. C Skow lad devotionals. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. A. L. Greenfield daughter Edith, Rev. and Mrs ^1 tom Mrs. Paul Erdmann. Wesley and Evelyn Schultz, Bancroft Helen Kline, attending the Chillicothe business colleep rvinn cothe. Mo, has been vising at he Dennis Goeders home. She s a cousin of Mr. Goeders. Mrs. Lawrence Pfeffer, \leona and her children, Philip and Thii 2Si Trt Multitudes from these suflictions report re- lid of win ud ir tress. SI-NOZE soothing and MllistiTe action aids in this way: 1—H 4SalaNlghf.-Atf.rHnV,. Sparkling music, K<WOM ftl and radio stars, magnitet«r^ thrilling action. Biggest txnd i 1939. It-ACTCWil Twin M,/ was spent at roller-skating. Four to League Ball Game- Carl Gerzema, Earl Grabau, Einer Ravn, and Earl Ogren attended an American association ball game at -Minneapolis last week Sunday. I Other Lakota News. •Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Klocke daughter Veroa, and Mr. and Mrs. for 1939 NiUoral Circuit diam. piortthlM — AM. IMM*F*. i. Over SO of America 1 * moK fuou» dnv <ra drtady entered. THtlll DAY! A*f> U e»4 M. Thrill-packed afternoon* tt kelMriving, plam stunUnf. and other hair-raising N. D. where the Klockes' to look after business con- 1 ' nected with a farm they own the, e I The Methodist Aid met at the' Bi the west thit year. Pursa total nearly five in «>,u. t*7uc W do from the American In- w Business in Des Moines She was an excellent 1 _ and was active in sports having been a member of one of the girls' basketball teams. To Visit Five Weeks— •Mrs. C. C. Johnson left last week on a five-week trip. Mr. Johnson took her to Des Moines where she took a bus to Griffith' Ind., to visit at her son Howard's From there she will go to Wash- .ington, D. C., to visit another son, Robert. The Robert Johnsons are Other Corwith Sews. Mrs. Reginald Bastian and Ren- Lou visited at Robert Masterson's and Harold Evans' last week Wednesday and was a guest at the meeting of the Thimble Circle entertained by Mrs. Evans. Frances Masterson returned home with Mrs. Bastian for a week's visit Mrs. Harold Maelutyre, of Monrovia, Calif., and daughter Mildred, of Van Nuys, Calif.. Mrs. William Hall and daughter Margaret, of Boone, visited last week at S L Thompson's. accu- y£ff£ t^WSSSM' E. M'. LUSBY. SLECTEEJfE EJfDS HABD ' WASHING AMD SCBUBBIJfG ELBCTRENE comes in your door, ashing, laundry, scrubbing floors walls, woodwork — everything — goes o u t fast! ELECTKENE removes dirt and spots like magic from china, glass, clothes, upholstery or anyt|i|n£ else you have to wash and clean. And it does if for. so little you'll be amazed at the savings you can make. In 25c, 50c, 75c packages Get EEECraESE from yon., Fayorlte Dealer! n'S.SO'EASr.Tb-CWNAll OPPORTUNITY FARM want to know Paid balace Thss havetopay P fi " ° n tte will ancecanbe. o.±g «on ta these c bal- ^i OPPORTUNITY FARMS YEARLY PAYMENTS per $1,000 WEAK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 IP 11 12 13 14 *** IMTfUeSTON IALANCEOF nBKIfAL $45.00 44.33 43.<S2 42.88 4241 4141 40.47 394S9 38.67 • 37.71 40.7? 39.82 38.81 37.76 ^^^•^.^^^^^^ I^^^^I^W^^^^^! PAYMENT ON BALANCE OF HUNC1PAL $15.00 15.67 16.38 17.12 17.89 18.69 19.53 20.41 21.33 22.29 19.22 20.18 • 21.19 22.24 t* 1 .IP* : — tot A « AHWU-U"' $60. 60. 60. 60. 60. 60, 60. 60. 60. 60. £ft Ov. eft DV. 60. fit Ov. *** J- Phone: 44fi f or Northwest 1

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