Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1939 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 15, 1939
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J§8 K1*™ KOSSUtH COUNTy ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA n Threshers Hold Get-Together PAGENINH LOANS JJ YEARS COMMISSION llfrona, tyw" EW I™- * !^ ; " ,^;*r.,4j..- <" • if and Distance Hauling/ ,,»d insured I damage of til Jdadfc to do all kind* of ' - • DEVOTE A DAY TO OOTIN6 AT TUTTLELAKE Fenton, Aug. 14—Members of a threshing crew had an outing and picnic dinner at Tuttle Lake last Wednesday. The men spent the time playing ball, and the others visited. Attending were the following men, with their families- Milton Weisbrod, H. B. Theesfield Roy Chrischllles, Edw. Schlei' Henry Uthof, W. R. Dewell, Edw Weisbrod, Messrs, and Mesdames Theo. Weisbrod, Philip Wander Raymond Zwiefel, and L. J. Weis- "" cooi = brod; Mrs. Kate Menu, Mr and, B ? in ' Mrs. Edw. Reimers and a son Mr '. A M l n>s wl " and Siste's Feller, RECITAL WILL BE GIVEN FRIDAY NIGHT BY GROUP AT LIVERMORE . • Llvermore, Aug. II — Mrs. Jo Swanson, who conducts a private dramatic studio every summer here, will present a group of her students in a recital this week Friday at church. 8:15 at the Methodist Admission will be free, and the program follows: Dancing Doll, Shirley Smith; Phere'll Be Room in Heaven and Bill Jones Comes Coin-tin', Helen Mae Smith; solo, Alvin Bredall; Volunteer Organist and Father and Gentlemen's Night, Connie Lucas; playlet, "No Sense No How," "Guess! Sassy-faced Sophia, 'Guess ' . , r and, Mrs. John. Menz, son Willard, Herman Schuleirburg, daughter , Irene Elder; solo, Alvin Bredall; Just David, Bette Seger; instru- jiciunui ounuieiTDurg, uauchtpv "»»iu, iwue oeger; instru- Elsfe, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod sons ™°' Uft1 ' ShiHey Snlltn; ri1 Hav e to Dale and Lyle, Bobbie Mitchell' IA V and Doil>t Swallow the Boibby Kllgore, Clair Bollinger A'' ' Hclen Beard sley; Unfortu- H. Peterson, Chas. Steinbeck Johri"i?. ate Mnlad y and Ul e Mother They Wetzel, Irene Depue, Murland Pnv ' ;, 01 'E ot > Charlene Baessler; Stage ,ton, Dallas Berghoefer, Eldai £°° r » nd Auntie Doleful, Helen iStruecker, Sara Schroe'der, ' Underbei<E: Wh °" ""> ™"''— ", Marjorle Volgt. Edith Laage and Mrs. of arrangement; Alvin Bredall will work at his jewelry and optical bo soloist; and Shirley Smith will shop. be pianist. I ., ,.„„„,„. „—:— W1 Nine G/rls at OkoboJIs- &e m*rr C h2 of" BeJI^Beers A gl '° UI) Of girls who are havl »* and h Do» a McK g inney !ook place a? a Vaca ' lon at tbe <>*>*,& will re- PORTLAND 4-H CLUB OBSERVES ITS ANNUAL ACHIEVEMENT DA Y Humboldt. Attendants were Lee ganson, Shirley Smith, Beverly r_ I Aigoiu, iow» , FEVER NUS Schwartz drove to Owatoniia, Minn., Friday to take home Nelle Qulnn, who had teen here two ,weeks. ] Florence Anderson, Swea City, I visited all last week at her sister 1 Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber's. ! I • 'Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kennedy, Mrs.' Merle Deitzel, and Mr. and Mrs. 0. I C. Kennedy, Oak Park, 111., with' the last-named couple's son James,! were Tuesday dinner guests at! Dennis Hendricksen's, near Cylinder. nnrl -Underberg; When the Children Go '"'"jto Sleep, Alpha Pearl Underberg; j A ' AM Little Street (class song), pu- Mrs. Swanson will be in charge The couple left Immediately for j Rockwell City, where the bridegroom has" employment. Bernice, who had spent most of her life here, was a junior In the local high school last year. Mr. McKinney, while not so well known locally, had worked at various places here during the past year. The] bride's mother, Mrs. Nettie Beers,' lives here. J I Smiths Home from Tonr— I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith have returned from a vacation trip. , They drove leisurely and took plenty of time to enjoy scenery. •They-also made many stop-overs to visit relatives or friends. Most S of the time was spent in Minnesota. Mr. Smith has now resume' hill, and Dorothy Men-is. Other Livermore News. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Cayou entertained the Double Foursome bridge club .last week Tuesday evening. This was, the first meeting of the clufb since, last winter. ( Meetings will'now be held semi-monthly again. Other members are Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Oilman, Mr. and Mrs. C.. M..Baker, and Mr. and Mrs. C. Kenneth Howard. The Bide-a-Wee bridge club met with Mrs. Ethel Aaronson at its most recent meeting, and there were guests other than members. i Prizes wee won by Ms. Ollle Smith .high; Mrs. Otto Booza, high at 600; Mrs. August Paulson, consolation, •... P.VJ4! Portland, Aug. 14—The Peppy Pals held their Achievement day at F. A. Ringsdorf's Friday, and all 12 attended in uniform, Mesdames Tony Jandl and Wyott Stott were guests, and Mrs. Lloyd j Sc,henck was a special guest to give a talk on taking advantage of opportunities, the importance of looking for the .best, and trying again and again till success is realized. Mrs. Schenck also suggested improvements in the girls' county fair exhibits, which included a collection of household necessities, such as spice racks, shoe shelves, I a laundry bag, clothes hampers, mop pall stands, bulletin boards, a! mattress cover, knife racks, ghost'' boards, etc. ing proper clothes tor various occasions. Viola Trenary, Margaret Rings- dork, Betty Stewart, and Lavlna Jandl are to help Mrs. Martin Becker with the girls' booth at the fair. Attend Picnic Near Stratford— The G. 0. McFarlands and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long attended an old settlers' picnic at Bells Mills, near Stratford, last week Sunday, and Mrs. McFarland renewed acquaintances with former school pupils. Farm Wife Hospital Patient— Mrs. Ranny Putz Is critically sick at the Kossuth hospital, where she was taken by ambulance last from ten days with rVlfttlies it 'tit- corah. She will again teach a rbral school near Fort Dodge. Other Portland tows. how to make a family bulletin board, and Rose Marie Ringsdorf To Teach Near Fort Dodge- explained the importance of wear-', Lois Mann returned Tuesday 1'olntcrs for Deiuonstrnftnn Tennis Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks, county home demonstration agent, met - MICK1E SAYS- OUTSIDE CONCERNS SPEMD MO MOKIEV HERE *M PAV PRlWTtUGt JOBS/ f. H. KLAMP, Field Bepresentallve .;—Aidt in.drtiuu •Lessen! *nccnni,'«ul> •Assist! in soothing in,«. o-Hasteni more normal - "OZE contain! W> ureptto A drugs. Get • 2Se bottle [wTfrow-B»ck Gaiiwtw. F * ft'. LUSBY. DRUGGIST Guerney Farrow, northwest of > time out to read the Advance when Ledyard, was plowing Wednesday, we arrived Wednesday. He hadn't with the three demonstration ! aml !' is gl .' ound was m fine Bna P e Sot as far as the farm news yet, ™ "..I,.," for the obj. The North End has all f hut said he never missed reading along had plenty of rain, except in our dope. Henry always has a spots. Mr. Farrow has improved smile for' everyone, and he told us his farm with a fine new silo, that 'business was good. having the buildings repainted, and the house has been finished. The painters are now at work on the the acre last year, and he believes It will go ] 00 bushels this year. We can testify that he certainly does have a fine stand of corn. * * * * At John Drew's, north of Swea City, Mrs. Drew and her daughter, Mrs. Hervie Thmopson, who lives near Elmore, were preparing sweet ' corn for canning Friday. The j Drews had company: Mr. and 1 Mrs. Smith, Rochester, Minn. Mr. Drew and Mr. Smith had been out to inspect the corn and stock, and Mr. Smith found that Mr Drew •Mr. and Mrs. Mel) Pete Dod'ge, and their small were Sunday guests at Mann's. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rln Mapleton, Minn., spent Fi relatives here. Arnold Kaiser, Chicag< son f Fort daughter E, O. • I sdorf, of day with and his ist week daughter Shirley spent at Roy Mann's. •Maxlne Mulligan, Bancroft, visited the F. A. Ringsdijirfs last week. Joan McWhorter suffered an ap j pendicltis attack Thursday night. FILE FOLDERS—WE legal size file folders, Sell regularly at $2.60 While they last at $1.50. vance. HAVE ne 'P tne corn. It had not rained as 1 much this season, where he lives as it did only a mile east. " #**» Harvey Hoiser, who works for Fred Butterfield, southwest of Ledyard, was putting weights on the tractor wheels when we talked J with him Friday. The weights give the wheels more traction at plow- Ing. 500 off color, per' 10<L -TtM Ait* 18tt B-X (US IS THE ideal motor fuel. TSo ashes! No soot! No smolie! Always fall of pep and power. —Try a tank I— Johnson's D-X SERVI CE YOU XL LIKE OUR 3ERV1CE,. teams of the Fenton Forward 4-H club last week Tuesday at Mrs. Herman Dreyer's, and gave suggestions and other helps. The ;eams are: Lavonne Newel and Pauline Frank; Dorothy Dreyer tall Loans Jp to $300 AUTOMOBILES' LIVE STOCK • UOID FORX1TUHE, ETC. ipt, courteous, confidential service. til IOWA FINANCE CO Upper Des Moines office 2» Algona, Iowa and will present their demonstration at a local achievement day this Aveek Tuesday in the Methodist basement, and the one adjudged best will be repeated at a county achievement day. Mrs. Hicks was a dinner guest at Dreyer's. WATER IN8TAL- IONS. We provide |mbing and fixtures any type ol water Ripment. Phone ING & MUGKEY Phone 4«4 x Algona, Iowa Honiemakers' Tea is Wanned— A Homemakers Tea for Fenton township is dated for September 28 at Mrs. Charles Newel's to give the women an opportunity to learn ahout the new Farm Bureau project, Keeping the Home Well Furnished and Attractive, which starts In October. A demonstration on color units easy on the pocketbook, by Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks, county home agent, will be part of the program, and there will be music, also talks by either Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Lakota, county chairman of home project work, or A. L. Brown, county agent. Dcpew Aid Circle Meets— The Fenton circle of the St. John's Lutheran Aid at Depew met Wednesday with Mrs. Samuel 01- which has what looks like a silver dome. It has a,small platform| at the top, on the outside, where. one can stand to put the ensilage pipe into place when the silo is to be filled. Mr. and Mrs. Farrow have three girls and one boy, and the three older children will attend school at Ledyard this fall'. ' * « * * We saw Jay Taylor, northeast of Elmore, last week Monday, and he was cutting weeds along his fence. The threshers had been at his place the Friday before, and the oat yield, he said, turned out to be very good. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are doing the farm work alone at present. Their children are all MJ * * * * We called Thursday on E. T. Halverson, the well driller at Led- j yard, and had a fine visti with him, for it was raining and he had ] nothing else to do. E. T. does not| take'much time out, 'for he Is kept I on the jump,most of the time. .At present he is drilling a'well for L. W. Langerman, southwest of Ledyard. * * *. • Last week 'Monday 'Rufus Thomp- j son, southeast . of Elmore, was! hauling In straw scattered around! his strawstack and was putting' it into the 'barn. We noticed that he also had a fine lot of hay in the building. Rufus doesn't like to .& also has a lot of pretty flowers . . — - -- . married now and doing for them- have straw put into the barn by a' The garden is on the south side of selves. There are two boys and .blower. He thinks that there is too, the house, where it shows up. She Cu mm ings Store 5c to $1.00 Algera Asks Your Indulgence Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday of Next Week, as it is Necessary for Uus to in Order That the Workmen Can M a k e Speedy Headway" With Our Alteration Program August 25th and 26th one girl. Mrs. Taylor said that her sister, Esther Bahling, and their 'brother, George Bahling, west of Burt, had. been guests at the Taylor home* the preceding day (Sunday). * * * * We • arrived at George Foth's, much dust that way. » * * * The rain Thursday drove O. A. Reese, northwest of ^Ledyard, to the house. He said he was glad to see the rain. He had trucked hogs has a new kind of white lily of; which she is proud. She got this plant from Texas, and it is very fragrant. * * * * -Samuel Weaver, northwest of to Elmore that morning. He had J Ledyard, was putting his team of helped one car out of <the ditch, ' horses into the 'barn when we east of Bancroft, while he was an a another was stuck, but at such reached his place Friday. He had son, and a program was group singing; devotions, given: led by the^Rev. A. K. Gaard; reading, Mrs. Milford Mitchell ; solo. Mrs. Irvin Solbers; Lord's Prayer, Eleven members and eight guests cleaning out his horse barn. He said the job had been neglected somewhat while threshing was go- an angle that it might be upset, so he didn't try to get that one out. This was on No. 169 south of Eling on. The threshing on his run more, on the stretch that Iowa been mowing wild hay. Mr. Weaver rents 40, acres across the'road from his-farm, and it Is mostly in wild hay. He owns the place FREE GIFTS attended. The guests were Mrs. Kalmar Jensen, all of Ringsted, Mrs. Anna Osborn, Mrs. Norman Thompson, daughter Lavonne, the Rev. nnd Mrs. Gaard, and Mrs. John Micklick, the latter of Thor. OH Wine Party 5s Olvon— Mrs. Albert Mitchell entertained at a nuiltinK Thursday. Attending in the forenoon: Mrs. Morris Mitchell, daughter Marie, son Dale, Mrs. B. G. Berkeland, daughter Tola. Mrs. Henry Berghoefer, daughter Anita, son Lerov, Edward Mitchell, son Robert; Mrs. in had been finished. George has a o ught to pave. 'Mrs. Reese raises;.where he lives, and he keeps im- fine herd of Guernsey and Holstein a ft ne garden every year, and she proving it year by year. Now he is cows, and he will 'be milking 17 .... cows through' the Winter 'months. * * * * William Garry, the happy elevator man at Ledyard, was caring for first a load of oats, then one " of corn, Wednesday. • He said a" lot of grain was coming in. He was loading into cars as fast as the grain was delivered. .*•*** We called last week Tuesday at the Huenhold greenhouses in Al- sona and found H. F. Huenhold and his sister Lulu arranging flowers for weddings. The Huenholds have a great many flowers, and it is interesting to see the different ways of growing them. Asters are [HOUSE BUNT grown under a large cover made of a very strong cloth manufactured ^aTer^onr^V^MilfonVMitch-! Specially for such use In some ell'and Mrs. De Wahl, with their ' — •- «•- -»-* children, and Mrs. Harlan Gaard. Fenfon Folks Go Traveling— Mr. and Mrs. George Siems, laughter Shirley, and Mrs. Kate Hantelman left Friday for a tour to the Bad Lands and the Black Hills They were to visit relatives at Deadwood, Whitewood, Vale, and Spearfish, all in South Dakota, nnd at Moskee, Wyo. The Everett *•*******' . t „,.,«,,,1 in rr It W fooled by low prictd ptintl. \ lww« deserves the but. li'» »\w»v»J ch(»pest because itipiwdtU I, looks better, Ustt \wyu. EOWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO, So. Dodge Street fjone 275, Algona B^g^^-uinMiia^iiii N Machinery other Dreyers left Wednesday morning for the Black Hills and points. Attend Knnawlw Mr. and Mrs. Elmer " and Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod, Wels)brod, daughter Ethel, the"'Milton Weis- brods, and Mr. and Mrs. Jwr«. Schlei attended a 50th anniversary celebration at Klemme last weeK Tuesday! Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod and Ethel remained for a visit till the end of the week. _ Fenton Woman's Aunt l )ic *— . A R. Willrett, accompanied D> Mr' and Mrs. Ernest Haack, Livermore left last week Tuesday for 111., to attend funera, s«- factory in the east. «i * * * When we called Thursday on Bert Hall, northwest of Ledyard, hs was in the house, for it was raining. Bert formerly lived hloue, but now his brother Floyd and the latter's family live with him Floyd and his wife have two boys, Roydeen and Arlow. Floyd has worked at a canning factory at Fairmont every year, but this year the factory was run only about two weeks. * * * * Henry Dyer, general merchant at Ledyard, was taking a little from Ventura, Sunday, when and Mr. been there two weeks. en My Door," to be presented soon. This is * 3-act comedy. Irma pSTnd*Arthur Davis. Boone, spent Thursday and JWday • .Mr. and Mrs. at Eigier's. Walters, Brooklyn, two small daughters, visited Thursday at Johnson's. ney, and daughter Ruth Ellen came Wednesday stayed till Humphrey, who came here Satur- av evening, took them back. . 'Mrs. Jos. Helgevold, son Mark and daughter Janice went to Renwick last week Tuesday to care for the home and children of a sistei of Mrs. Helgevold who was going away on vacation. Mr and Mrs. Carl Kern, daughter Helen, and son Lloyd left Thursday for Wadena, Minn., to visit at Mr. Kern's brothers Jim's Frank's, and Martin's, also with the brother Silas. Mrs. Herman Dreyer, with the daughter Alvina, and Ruth, drove to Fort Dodge Friday to bring UP Alice Dreyer, nurse at the Lutheran hospital, who has a. three weeks vacation. Mrs. Ralph Carney, Hurt, .sons Wendell and Wayne, and Ardelle Lee, Muncie, Ind., visited early las week at Alibin Nelson's, and Ar delle remained for a longer visit La Vonne Madden returned Saturday from an extended visit a Waverly with an aunt, Mrs. Law and Alvin Zumach W ent to Emmetsourg and Spence h George Sfctre went toTrinwpn n., We«ne.»day;to serve as re agent ar.a-*aJllW*y 4j»>* • , - lira -GfiOFfiC "J^atz -and Mfg W W/wttt f their children Friday ai Fairmont. 4^ -?::,*>; ,-/-/.-• '•*" •«> ^**4" / "V ) y-*• > *" \*.;^ f \ " t -v n> Robert W»dlow, the bigRest man in the will be at ifiiifHfti|r'iFiifiiHi<tti, Is 8 IU t il« toHi C»we f Vff 4 rtKMofliffc**-* e -t —sum- We will have a new and complete Stock and Modern, Conven-.! lent shopping facilities. ummmgs 5c to $1.00 FOSTER'S AUGUS FURNITURE SALE UNHEARD offREDUCTIONS "; lilP^i •I ^ .-•'!§ &Q-* '" >/ ^— 49.75 and UP wi ««*•*" "*• and colors. 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