Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1939 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 15, 1939
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IB* TORY mV 814. Iswa- M1 Phone Ml uth Mut. Ins, bldf. Iowa. J. D. Low* R. J. H. 440 block' Algona, Iowa _ E. D. Kelly kf 4 KELLY i building Algona, • i fflHIEL Iowa 1W IB, WHITE i0 Q building Algona, Iowa • [BASSOS "lowa State Bank <B 460-J.; Res. 31S .. C. HtlTCHISOH ~ bank . Alfe'ona.Mowa \ C. McMAHOK " ney-at-Law iHelsebldg. Algona, Iowa •_»« )BS , KEIEFICK i and Surgeon Roiall Drug Store Res. phone 328 IEB, M. D. | and Physician i Galbruith block Algona, Iowa 0. BOURNE rand Surgeon one*: residence, 194 HTI8TS CLARION NIECE OFALAKOTAN LOSESHUSBAND Lakota, Aug< 1* —JMra. >, Delia Siftith received a message early last •*#«* Saying that her niece's hus- * sit** 'jW. Mlncetneyer, Clarion, had. died frotn a heart attack. Mrs. Smith and Mr. and Mra. w. E OUtknecht left Wednesday morning to attend the funeral there. Burial W ?f .?**? f. 4 , °» lw «*«« Thursday, an* the Lakota relatives attended, coming home the same day. Glen Xlocke aa* Mrs. Tarn Tauten cared for things here during Mrs, Smith's absence. Seek N. D. Harvest Jobs- Wilbur Werrick, who has .been employed at the Charles Eggerth farm, and Eldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Heetland, left last week Tuesday for North Dakota to work in the harvest fields. As August K Is official "hay fever".date, Wilbur, who suffers from the disease, goes north every year to avoid as much aa possible o* the affliction The young men plan to attend the San Francisco fair this autumn. Party for Three Birthdays— Emma and ILouise Thaves, Lena and Emmet Outknecht, and Mrs. Delia Smith were hostesses to a group of women last week Monday evening at Mrs. George Heetland's, in honor of the birthdays of Me»dames W. E. Gutknecht, Edgar Inlay, and Heetland. The time was spent at bridge, and each honoree received a handkerchief, after which lunch was served. Saierkrant Day Stands Planned- The Presbyterian young people will operate a stand on Sauerkraut day, and committees have been appointed, with the following chairmen: Paul Ukena, Marcus Rlppen- trop, Gertrude Ukena, Margaret Schroeder, .Edwin Steenhard. Joe Rlppentrop, and Norma Heetland. The Lutheran Aid will also operate a stand.- JC08BUTH COttNtlT ADVANCE. ALOONA, PAOB BRIEF PARAGRAPHS FROM SWEA CITY The Methodist Aid wilt meet this week Wednesday for election of officers. ' There are no hostesses* andUevery member is to take a covered dish, .Mrs/.-Fred McGregor will ^ead devotions. Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe'received a birthday .surprise last week Sunday, when four little girls of her neighborhood brought ice cream and cake to her home in observance of the anniversary. They were Lucille Montgomery, Phyllis Hammond, and Arzelle and Arlene Peterson. (Florence Alberts operated the linotype at the Herald office last week while Otho Kerans, regular operator, took a vacation. He spent part of the time at his old home town, Klemme, attending the village's 50th anniversary celebration. Otho's grandparents were early settlers in Ell.township, near Klemme. 'Mrs. Addle "Ewlng. entertained er sister, Mrs. Bert Packman, and le latter'a grandson, Jack Brown- ng, both of Sioux Falls, last week. They were en route home from a tslt at St. Louis. Charles Garber and his son Ger- Id, both of whom formerly lived ere; were up from Deep River ast week, visiting friends. Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe, leader of he junior B. Y. P. U., gave a plc- ic for the group at the local Reyolds park Wednesday. Mrs. Adolph Peters received ord a week ago Friday of the eath of her sister, Mrs. William fcstendyck, Spencer. The Peterses, Hatttter Dangrhter Improving— The.Rev-andjMra. Carl Hammer BIDS SOUGHT FOR NEW GYM AT SWEA CITY and / their son 'Elmer. Ellen, who has been Swea City, Aug. 14—The school board has advertised for bids on general .contract, heating, and plumbing, v and' electrical work for daughter Ellen the proposed new gymnaslum-audl- .„ ,. ....... torium. Bids will be opened Fri- l_ll with a heart ailment day, August 25. somewhat | A hearing on methods for dis- and is able to walk a posal of the old north building will be held August 21. Patrons and taxpayers are to air their views. The 36-year-old structure must be wrecked to make room for the 86x86 addition to the south build- Ing, and the questions now before the district are whether or not to use the material from the wrecked few steps at a time. The Hammers returned Wednesday. At Last—Needed Rains Fall— This- vicinity had its first rain in weeks last week Monday night and Tuesday morning. Then on Thursday there was a heavy downpour most of- the day. It is hoped that ?%,£* T ^ tn * W ? corn will be helped and that pas- ^'K ln J he I** •»•••«« turea will soon be green again* \«S.ff "^i^l^ .M. OLSON ntlst Call,Theatre Abldg.' 166; , Iowa rea., 788 SCHAAP iDentlat Algona, Iowa UB. 133, res. 174 ll. HOFFMAN {Dentist Helse bldg. Rice, 44; res., 118 „ Mrs. Michael Winter Better— , Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winter, Mr. and Mrs 1 . Russell Winter, and Mrs. Andrew Boeckelman drove to Mason City Wednesday to visit Mrs. Michael Winter, who is in the hospital there and is somewhat improved, at >.Day .Rained .Out— Thursday was Buffalo day MICKIE SAYS- used. Incidentally, the razing of the old building will obliterate a landmark. Twelve graduating classes, or one entire 1 "school generation," have gone out from this building, and boys of 23 subsequent classes knew it as the place. where they fought their way to victory over "some of the best basketball teams in north Iowa. All the Trojan basketball teams who have put the school on the SHEET? AT mKSBS DOORS IS telmar Fischer gave a paper on tedtime Battles, and Mrs. Frank Flalg conducted games. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Carl Rath and Mrs. Calvin.Householder. Mrs. Chester Alme, .^Ottosen,pent .Wednesday..- and, Thursday at' he parental J.M.,Blarichard's and ook home, her.- daughter'.'• Shirley, who had be«n here a week, v ' Violet Larson,. Mason City; spirit he .week-end at Arthur Priebe'sv 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred • Genrlch at- Buffalo Center, but because of the ma p in sports circles have been heavy, rain all day the program was not given. A small crowd gathered for the evening, and the .celebration was continued Friday. To Attend Business School- Louise Schroeder, employed at Dr. H. H. Murray's dental offices, has resigned and will leave September 1 to attend the American Institute of Business at Des Koines. [Dentist I James Drug Store VS8; residence, 85* IDBANCE (COUNTY MUTUAL ASSOCIATION of insurance in ^company. Safe, se- Panron, secretary INSUBANCE WH & SON . Real Estate ud Bonds >g Phone 105 Worth la M ... Household tomobile Insurance. Wjoitt policy for of- when Insurance Mrs. Samuel Warbarton Honored- Mrs. Samuel Wanburton attended a:W. C. T. D. county convention at Bancroft last week Wednesday Albert Kressins, Lotts Creek. The isident',._. -._.;. „„„., trained on this small court, and the bell which has served as both school bell and victory bell hangs in the building's old wooden tower. Family Party at Park- Mr, and Mrs. Monford Peterson were host to a group of the latter's relatives last week Tuesday evening, Including Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pannkuk, son Earl, Mrs. Barney Kreasln, daughter Marcella ,all of Clyman, Wls.; Eleanora Pompe, Waterloo; Mathilda Kressin.and Mons Olson, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohm, Fenton; and the ST. JOE ' INSURANCE M.HEBBST > SUte Bk. Bee and,was elected county pres to succeed Mrs. J. C. Skow, Wesley. College "Proxy" Makes Call— Dr.: Earl Roadman, Morningside college, was a caller at E. L. Gra- bau'a last week Monday. Other Xakota Newi. The George Heetlands, Lakota, and the Edward Christs, of Forest City; attended a reunion of the Gabels at Interlaken last week Sunday. The attendance was 40. Mrs. Christ and her daughter Eunice stopped here that evening for a visit last week at her sister Mrs. Heetland'a. Mesdames Hlhner Hanson and Walter Meyer were hostesses to the Lutheran Aid at the church Wednesday, 15 members and 20 visitors •'attending." Mrs. Richard , last-named couple are Mrs. Peter- Second 1908, l owa , 2. 1879, CUM .DISEASES it VEINS [ORE IB.U Zielake will have the next meeting on September 6. |ir, and'Mrs. Wade Ball, with a .guest, Eugene Sullivan, Chicago, spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday with the Coonle Roelf- semas at Paton and called on friends at Callendar on the way home. .'.... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kent, Cedar Rapids, were visitors last week at the Mrs. Ida Smith, Ray Smith, and Frank Schroeder homes. Mr. Kent is a nephew of Mrs. Ida Smith and Frank Schroeder. The Frank Schroederti have returned from a vacation at Spirit take.' Mr. Schroeder, a brother of Mrs. |da Smith, is employed at the C. R. Smith & Co. store. Mrs. 'Samuel Warburton, and Mra. 'J. H. Warburton attended a W, C, T. ff. meeting at Mrs. Effie Erickson's, 6wea City, last week Tuesday. " , o , Florence Koppen came home last Week Hun4ay from Dea Molnes for two weejw with her parents, Mr. and Mjr». ?• I* Koppen. " Mftu.de Hanson and Betty Nashua, spent last week 1heir iJsfcr, Mrs. Tom Tamen. Mr. and *re. Deboert, Were hey* la»t week eundwr. '*l$ Faustlwe Heetlan* ^waa last weaic with 9tomach flu. 'tiwv'u*,. ^ son's parents, and the Wisconsin party had 'been visiting at their home. __i__j. Bolt Cripples High Liae— Threshing in this community was practically completed beifore last week's rains. A sharp ^electrical storm broke early Thursday morning, and electric service was Interrupted. The high line was struck by a bolt in the morning storm, and repairs had to be made between suowers. The Emory road construction company, ready to begin a graveling project northeast of Swea City, was held up two days. Pestofflce Force Has Picnic— Twenty^five persons attended a picnic at the local Reynolds park a week ago Friday night. The group included all members of tne Swea City poatoffice force and their families, also Star Route Carrier Strong. EstherviUe. and^ hl» family. Mr. Strong has the Eether- vlUe-Lakota route, which serves Swea City. are leaving sometime this week for Mountain View, CaMf., where Mr. Trees has work in a garage. The at A meeting to organize a loca band was" held at the school house Friday evening, and a Mr. Ander son, instructor at Hurt, took part •Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mrs. Clif ford Mueller, Mrs. Alex Krueger Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, the Rev. am Mrs. C. G. Sinning, Mrs. Calvin Householder, Mrs. Raymond Bier stedt, Mrs. N, L. Cotton, and Mr and Mra. Fred Genrich attended an Irvin'gton Aid guest meeting at the Ambrose A. Call state park Wednesday. ; The Mite society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. A. Krueger Mrs. H. A. Blanchard assisting. Mrs. W. G. Flaig, with her chll dren Max and (Joan spent IWednes day with Mrs. Edwin Mittaig, Lbtt Creek. : The Robert Schmidts, accompan led 'by Elma Krueger, • Fairmont visited relatives here Thursday. ; The John Sones family, Suther land/ were recent- guests at th parental J. M. Blanchard'a ant took.home the daughter (Beverly who had spent most of the sumtne here. Mrs. Blanchard accompan led the Sones family to Sutherlan for a week's visit. The Mothers club met Wednes day with Mrs. Eugene Johnson Mrs. Dick O^Donnell assisting. Mrs. together with the L. C. Knutsens and the William Peters family attended the funeral. Mrs. Casten- jjyck was 79.'. , •;' Charlene • Plerson, Des Molnes, and George Cassem, son of Mr. and Mrs..;Benriy'Ca'ssem;' of^Swea'City," were married at the home of the bride's parents at Des Molnes last week Sunday. The Rev. Minor Stevens performed a double-ring ceremony In the presence of the immediate families. The couple were attended by Arlene Cassem.' sister of the bridegroom, and Harold Pederson. They are living at 1026 Penn Ave., Des Molnes. | 'Mrs. Mathilda Stenstrom had a visit last week from her son Peter, and his wife, of Minneapolis. | Walter Peterson and his children are expected home this week Tuesday from a week with relatives at Rockford, 111. His daughter Mae, registered nurse at Des Molnes, Is. spending a month's vacation with relatives here and elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Knutsen, Lake Park, are parents of a son, foorn August 3 at a Worthlngton, Minn., hospital. The baby is the fifth grandson for Mrs. J. H. Knutsen, Swea City. Mesdames Conrad Linde and Victor Nelson are having a visit from their brother, Oscar Johnson, his wife, and two nephews, Maurice and Bobby Johnson, all of Wakefield, Neb. George Thoreson, his sister, Mrs. Algol Swanson, and their brother Lawrence, with his wife, are on a month's tour to the west coast. They were to visit the San Fran- cisco fair and visit relatives in California, Washington, Oregon, and Montana.' A six-Inch tile through the highway grade north of Mrs.,-Stephen Kaluyne's has «re«etiftly- been ''replaced with 8 and 10-Inch tile. This was the grade which dammed up water last fall and caused Swea City streets and basements to be flooded for a week, ft Is hoped that the larger tile will take care of all surplus water in tatuf*, . Fifteen players on th« MidwMt D-JC team have'been certified tor membership In; the 'national ooft- ball assoclatlon^and were to play In a district tournament at Estherville this Week Monday. The winners of this meet will advance to a state tournament at Dea Molnefl. The local team defeated Ledyard 7-2 In a five-Inning game last week Monday. HOW DO YOU BUY TIRES ? tended a county, rural letter-carriers' meeting at Andy Delterlng's., Bancoft, last week Tuesday even- I»S.. Mr. and Mrs. .Karl EwoMt- have returned from'visits at Correctlon- vllle .with' Mrs. Anna K6bs, son Rudy, his family, . another --••' son, Walter, .his -family, and a daughter, Mrs. Abe Livermore. ' '"'... W. G. Flaig attended a McCor- mlck-Deerlng meeting • at Algona Wednesday evening. rltCPARCDNESS SHOW by mileage? or BOTH? MAKATHON IS THE ANSWER- IT RUNS AND RUNS AND RUNS! household goods were sold Belohert, of visiting relatives Saturday. Mr Trees had teen in the employ of Swea City and Armstrong garages a.t various ttmaa. Other Swea City- Mrs C W. Hamand, wife of tne uperintendent of the Grant con- having been there. d drove to ._ Sunday to employed State collese, Ames. Carl of Marathon, preached 'at'the Immanuel an church Sunday morning in the £-._.i. ^» fiia TIBBtor. the Rov. «• absence of the pastor, the n, who is on vacation. Pearson has returned to ssssr-gssa AJt, WHY ITS SO EASY TO OWN AN* OPPOKTUfilTY FARM W E HAVE LOTS of requests for details on Opportunity Farms, So many people want to know about the easy terms on which these farms can be bought It's as simple as this: You make a small down payment Then figure 6% on the unpaid balance. This is the amount you will have to pay each year-and it covers both interest and principal payments. The table on the right shows how small the yearly payments per $1,000 of unpaid balance can be. , '.'' '.-• . • ; .'• • - • Already we've helped many people to the ownership of fine fiums, And their satis&c- tion in these farms is shown by the number of their friends they've encouraged to share in this opportunity! Why wait longer to get the facts about the farm you've dreamed- of, owning? •wry I «n» U»to* •* aa Opportunity torn mmt *»»» •*»« ' " * OPPORTUNITY FARMS YEARLY PAYMENTS B.HAYBS Flic* tags don't m*an much if tfa* miUaga in't th*r«> But wall shew you how to gat racd tir* AT A mat TOIT'U, ing. MoroUtea Una or* buflt by th* worid'a IcorgMt tir» mcdcmr. to giv* you long, aoiy-rolliag milas of aof«< worry-fir** PHcod low to ataot with, mad* of livo tough nibbor and coaprawioft-Bfoof cord; th*lr low coct par mil* your moa*y go forw*r. Iwt MW flM oU tirtf off bod coMbinonoH U hot auwaer weather, all ttr«§ H heat up." Old, tUa tit«i mar five way under the extra pcMuura. Enjoy tour vaeatlea er week-ead trip with the loiety of "MARATHONS all afwwd." IN9TANT CREDIT- EASY-PAY term* to wit YOU.., no waiting—nor*dtap*—notroubUatalil Acontid*ntiala*iTie* planned for your conT*ni*nc*. BUY NOW—and rid* ail you pay. DRESS-UP COMIIHiTION TRUE UP WHEELS! 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