Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1939 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX KOSStJTH COtWlT ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA LADIES F-R-E-E Wednes. Evening August 23 A lady admitted Free with each paid admission. 9IUOJQ RUPTURED? The NEW LARKOTEX VACU- MATIC TRUSS hold* reducible hernia, and can be worn with comfort and safety. If you are wearing an old styl* Truss, come in today, and let us •how you this amazing new appl!. ance that every user praises. We stand behind the NEW LARKOTEX VACUMATIC TRUSS 300%. E. W. Lusby 1 = ^ = ^^=gg=g^=ga^» DR. G. G. SHIERK POD/ATff/SJ (Foot Specialist) Corns,- Callouses, .Hammer Toes, etc., are often the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet. Hatehison Bldg. - Algona Phone 250-W. Hampton Girl Will Become Bride of Lone SHOWER GIVEN AT GENRICH'S AT LONE RECK Lone Rook, Aug. 21—Sixty persons attended a miscellaneous .shower for Gareldlne Leming at Mrs. Fred Genrich's Wednesday. Ill games Mrs. Arthur Ernst, Harriett Heller, and Mrs. A. Ai Krueger won prizes. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Gareld Leming, and Mrs. Frank •Ehlers, Hampton; Mrs. Charles Allen and Mrs. Ray Balrd, Webster City; Mrs. W. D. Hauok, Humboldt; Mrs. Arthur Ernst, Rutland; Mesdames Lawrence, John, and 'Heine' Hauck, Llvermore; Mrs. Howard Blauchard, Des Moines; Mrs. Grace Blanchar'd, Algona; Mrs. Edw. Blanchard, Irvington; Mrs. Albert Thompson, Bancroft; Mrs. Edw. Simpson, Hazelcrest, • AUTO LOANS • HOUSEHOLD LOANS • PERSONAL LOANS Qnlck - Courteous • Convenient If the family budget has gotten out of control, a loan will put you back on schedule and you can repay it a little each month. L, S, BOHANNON Insurance at a Savings Hutchison Bldg. Phone 108. 111., and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck, of Burt. Lunch was served by -the hostesses: Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mrs. Albert Thompson, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Mrs. Roy Zunkle, Mrs. Delmar Angus, Mrs. Edw. Blanchard, and Mrs. Howard Blanchard. Miss Laming will become the bride of Mainard Genrich at th parental Attorney Gareld Leming home at Hampton next weel Thursday. Surprise for Mrs. Shaser— A surprise birthday party was riven for Mrs. Albert Shaser at her home last week Tuesday, and attending were Mesdames H. A Blanchard, James Long, Lawrence Dittmer, Walter Thompson, William Rath, Prank Merron, Frank Householder, Ral'ph : Hurlburt Martha Rath, Orland Rutledge, LAST WEEK'S NEWS BRIEFS FROM BURT The Nlel ,McMullens, Mrs. Gertrude MoMullen.'the latter-'s daughter Madeline, all of Webb, with Mrs.. Vance Hayes, St. Louis, spent Wednesday at G. H. McMullen's. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorrnnce were Farmont visitors Wednesday Fern Elaine Carney, Algona spent last week here with hei grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R Carney. Virginia'Thaves, employed in an Albert Lea beauty shop, and Keith Thaves, fcakota, spent last week with their mother, Mrs. J O Thaves. Kahterine Manus visited Thursday and Friday at her sister Mrs Bdw. Blumer's, Algona. Mrs. Lloyd 'Piper and her daughter Joan returned to .their home at Menlo last week Sunday after a few days at Carl Bahling's. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lovstad, of Kensington, 'Minn., came Thursday to visit Mrs. Lovstad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz and other Burt relatives. 'Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich attended the funeral of Mrs. Margaret Kreuger at Whtitemore Wednes- dya. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Branch, of Chicago, visited over Sunday at H O. Buell's. Mrs. Branch is Mr. Buell's sister. Mrs. Lydia Koestler and G. J. *. vogel were Fort Dodge visitors Wednesday. ; Harold Steward and Iver Nordin will serve as traffic police at the county fair. George -Gray, St. Cloud, Fla., was calling on Burt friends Thursday. He is a former Portland resident Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill returned last week Tuesday from a visit with relatives at Avoca, Wis. Mrs. Emit Leeck was seriously sick a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt and Mr. Blersteat's sisters, Mrs. Rose Barto and Dora Bierstedt, 'Algona left last week Tuesday for Fargo N. D., to visit another sister. The Rev. L. 'Rlchmann and his daughter Margaret entertained the Walther League Thursday evening. Wilbur E. Allen, Sioux City, visited iBurt relatives Wednesday and Thursday. 'He is a son of Frank Allen and a former Burt resident. Mrs. R. H. Thompson and her son Richard visited Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. D. A. Chltten- Wednesday to Sata. The 'L. E. Roetmans visited Mr. Roetman's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. G. Roetman, San-born, Thursday. Mr. Roetman's sister, Mrs. Dale Dick, and daughter came ' here with them for a few days. Mrs. K. J. Smith, daughter Mary Ann, and Ruth Hodgson went to he Templars Park, Spirit Lake, den, Waverly urday. Wednesday. Ruth returned Thurs day,- but'the others*re~irialned*a few days. Elza Woltx is having a new double, corn crib built on his farm south ot Burt. The Busy Bee club met at Mrs Charles Scott's Friday. The Presbyterian and Methodisi churches are both being repainted •Mrsv J. D. Graham anrf her daughter Mnxine left Thursday with Mrs. Graham's brother, Alfred Matson, Armstrong, for Rothsay Minn., to visit relatives. •Mrs. Oscar Anderson, of Frazee Minn., and her daughters Ruby, Bernice, and Virginia came last Wednesday to visit the Glenn Andersons. They are Mr. Anderson's mother and sister respectively. They brought a large fish which was put into the Vogel refrigerator. It was a yard long and weighed 15 pounds. A Mrs. Mooseheart, 'Los Angeles, with a daughter and a niece, visited last weeK Tuesday at J. H. Graham's. Mrs. Moosehenrt is Mrs. Graham's aunt. They were traveling in a trailer house. Mrs. Graham accompanied them to Webster ~Mty to visit other relatives. . Mrs. Dick 'Hclmers, with airs. John Helmers, Algona, and the atter's children, visited the grandmother. Mrs. Margaret Murray Friday. GOLFERS Why not buy your next GOLF BALLS at the H. W. Becker Sporting Goods Store and have your NAME printed on each golf ball purchased at NO EXTRA COST. Price ranges 25c, 35c, and 50c. H, W, BECKER SPORTING GOODS STORE Across from Legion Hall Algona, Store phone 720 oney 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. We offer a special loan plan for fanners Autos refinanced—payments reduced * * » * 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 us help you. P. J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa Phone 83 General Insurance Agency. 7 -•**•«. iVWH-lCUgCf John Johnson (Algona) and Ralph Brusie, Spencer. Myrtle Orvick, Charlene Rath, and the Hurlburt and Rutledge children were also there. Two to Enter Ames College— Fred Genrich, son Bernard, and Jesse Blanchard drove to Ames last week Monday, and Bernard made arrangements to begin an engineering course, Jesse a forestry course, in the State college. Jesse spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Mason City with his brother Eugene, employed there, md Ronald Chrisitenson, an exhib- tor at the North Iowa fair. r'onr-H Girls Have rogram— The 4-H club met- Thursday with he assistant leader, Mrs. Arend Neelano^ A demonstration, Get te ?5£? ?. h *Y Get You ' *as FENTON FOUR-H CLUBBERS MEET FOR A PROGRAM Fenton, Aug. 21 — The Fenton Forward 4-H club met Wednesday with Shirley, Pauline, and 'Phyllis and Magaret h r teU£ on care ° f the hands by Marian Jensen. Fifteen persons attended. Earl Earing Leaves lone Rock- Earl Earing who had lived here for some years, left Friday to live in Illinois. Other Lone Rock. Mrs. Scott Carr, Phillips, S. D., who cams Wednesday to visit relatives, was a Thursday dinner guest at Jim Ackarman's and a Friday dinner guest at Frank Flaig's. She went to Robert Ackannan's Friday afternoon. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Frank Flaig, daughter Maxine, Mrs. Caroline Ackarman, andJVIrs. Carr visited Mrs. C. W. Heerdt at Algona. Clarence Kraft and a friend, both of East Chain, Minn., spent Thursday evening at Emil Kraft's. Esther and Viola Hutchinson left Saturday to visit friends at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders of Reuwick, daughter Doris, were calling on friends here 'Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Marlow, and Palma Joy Olson left Thursday for Redfield, S. D., to visit relatives, and Palma remained there with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson, the Marlows leaving thence for California. The Martin Larsons, Decorah, came last week Tuesday for a visit at Aiuliur Priebel's and were Friday dinner guests at Raymond Priebe's, Fenton. The Arthur Priebes and the guests attended a Diamond D-X picnic at Emmetsburg Friday afternoon. The V. V. Fryes spent Thursday at Harry Overmeyer's, Pocahontas, and enroute home they called at Raymond Zwiefel's, Fenton. Darwin Frye remained at Zwiefel's till Friday evening, when the /.wiefels brought him home. The H. A. Blanchards and Doris Blanchard drove to Sutherland Friday to visit the John Sones family, and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, who had spent a week there, came liome with the Lone Rock party. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mrs. Edw Simpson, and the latter's children •pent Friday at the Robert Sauu- ders home, Fairmont. The Hiram Ackarmanns, Lu Verne, visited Thursday at Jim Ackarman's. Frederick Schultz and Louis Reilly attended the Mason City fair Thursday. Dorothy McCleish made a business trip to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig made i , . Emmetsburg a business last week Mo'nday, and Frank made a business trip to Mason City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dacken, returned last week Monday to LaSalle, 111., after a visit at the parental Frank Dacken's. Many from here attended a harvest festival at Bancroft, the Fenon celebration, and Indian day at Titonka )ast week. Cletus, son of Mr. aad Mrs. Jack Quinn had a tonsilectomy at Fenon Friday. , , Frank, and 17 members answered roll call on one hazard I can remove around my home. The leaders, Mrs. Will Weislirod, and her assistant, Lorena Dreyer, with Lorraine Bleclewenn, Dalton, Neb., attended. Four talks were given: A Common Hazard That Can be Removed, Betty Ann Meyers; How an Expense Account Helps a Girl to Plan Her Future Spending, LaVonne Newel; What a 4->H Girl Should Know About Springs and Mattresses, Kathryn Ohm; A Club Girl's Responsibility as a Member of Her Community, Irene Krause. Dorothy Dreyer and Shirley Frank gave their demonstration on How Safe is Home?" The same demonstration will ibe given at the county fair. 'Poetry was read by Irene Krause, Faith Finnestad, Betty Ann Meyers, and Mary Ann Bohjr. Th& club held its local Achievement day in the Methodist basement last week Tuesday evening, when the following program wa given : Field Song, club. 'Demonstration, "Let's Do the Dishes, La Vonne Newel and Phyllis Franfc, Vocal duet, Mary Ann Boha and Faith Finnestad. Demonstration, How Safe is Home?— Shirley Frank and Dorothy Dreyer. Piano duet, Betty 1 Jean Schwartz and La Vonne Newel. Demonstration, Shining Our Metals, Pauline Frank and Betty Jean Schwartz.. Friendship Song, club. Mrs. Ruth Seaton' Hicks, home agent, spoke on The Values Received from 4-H Training. Articles and books the girls had made were displayed. Mrs. Ralph Brown, Cresco township, and four members of her club attended'. Refreshments were served, Irene Krause pouring tea, and Marjorie Johnson pouring lemonade. Walther League Plans Play— St. John's Walther League has selected the play, Don't Darken My Door, a comedy in three acts directed by Lorena Dreyer, for presentation in early September Characters will be taken by Ervin Borchardt, Ruth Kabelitz, Edmund Krause, Tusnelda Kabelitz, Harold Elmers, Dorothy Dreyer, Phyllis Gade, and Rosemary Finuestad. E. L. Has Okoboji Outing— Epworth Leaguers who had an outing at the Rev. Mr. Waterman's cottage at the Okobojis from las week Monday till Wednesday were: Mary Jane Eigler, Dora Glaus Harold Weisbrod, Harlan Holldorf Lyle Weisbrod, and Hadley .Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Waterman and Edw Schlei were chaperons. Picnic at Estherrille Park- Mr. and Mrs. Will Weisbrod daughter Florence, the Donald Weisbrods, and Mr. and Mrs. &. O Berke, the latter couple of Fort Worth, Tex., ate a picnic dinner a' the Esthervil:e park last -week Tuesday, and from there the Berkes went to Lester to visit Mrs. Hugo Denker. Dinner Honors Texas Guests— (Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod entertained at dinner last week Monday: evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Berke, Fort Worth, Tex. Other guests were Mr. ' and Mrs. Will Weisbrod, daughter Florence, and th,e Donald Weiabrods. Attend Funeral at Whittemorc— The Herman Strueckers, Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers, and Mrs Kathryn- Eiiners attended funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Krueger, Whittemore, Wednesday. Mrs: KrQeger was a cousin of Mrs. Kathryn Elmers. Kx-Fen ton Girl Is Mother- Mr, and Mrs. Weldon McFarland, Granada, Minn., are parents of a 7-lb. son, Eoger Eugene, born Wednesday, August 9. Mrs. Me- Farland is the Schutt, Fenton. former Frances Coach Ends Summer School- Mr, and Mrs. V. J. Tatum have returned from Iowa City, where Mr. Tatum attended summer school. He Is local school coach. Parochial Teacher EngBged— Edmuntf Hafmaster, of Seward, Neb., will teach the St. John's Lutheran parochial school, beginning Monday, August 28. Mother, Daughter Lose Tonsils- Mrs. Truman Johnson and her daughter Lila Lee had tonsiltec- tomies last week Tuesday at Fort Dodge. FENTON NEWS Mrs. E. C. Fauerby's division of St. John's Lutheran Aid met last Wednesday at Mrs.' Arthur Mueller's, with Mrs. Paul Nemttz as Hostess. Others attending were Mesdames F. W. Jentz, Edw. Ohm, Amos Finnestad', John Gramenz,. Roy Tietz, R. W. Kabelitz, George Jentz, and Ervin Krause. The Methodist Aid met Frfday at the church, antf hostesses were Mesdames Shelby Welsbrod, Carl and Derwood Kern, and H«nry Lihdsey. Mrs. Hatde Weisbrod', Council Bluffs, is here, guest at her sons Lester's and Shelby's and with other relatives and friends. LUVERNE FOLKS GO TRAVELING ON VACATIONS Lu Verne, Aug. 21—The middle of August seems to be the height of the season for Lu Verne vacationers. A number are away now, or were gone last week. Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams, with their grandson, Dale Zentner, left Thursday, to be gone a couple of weeks. They were planning to fish • while in northern Minnesota, then travel through Wisconsin. Mr. and !«'«••*. .. Ralph Consucr 1 spent last wnok at Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Merkle left a week ago Monday to visit relatives In North and South Dakota, and possibly see the Black Hills. •Merlin Baker spent most of last week at West Bend, at Curtis DeWitt's. Mrs. D. H. Wennersen and Patty Conoway were at the Dehnert cottage at Clear Lake most of the week. Kathleen Dimler visited relatives at Mason City. Mrs. J. O. Marty and Andrew left Wednesday for ?anaserago, New York,, to vlsdl tfrs. Marty's mother, Mrs. Ida Howe, and at other points In the east. \evr School Bonds Sought— A petitfon was being circulated ast week asking ^the school board to call a special election on bonds for $7,500 for completion and equipment of the new gymnasium. At th'p election May 31, 193S, the board was authorized to transfer $4,200 from the general fund and to issue $6,000 bonds. This proved insufficient, and $7,500 in warrants have been issued, drawing 5 per cent. It would be economy to replace these bonds with new ones at a lower rates. The total cost of the building was $17,618.39. Scouts Have Steak Fry— The Boy Scouts had a steak fry in the Livermore woods last week Tuesday, and some of them passed cooking tests. The Scouts have been under the leadership of R. S. Surby during the summer. At a meeting last week Tuesday night they had the Rev. Harvey Nelson and Dr. H. D. Meyer in attendance. Wittenberg Attending Conference— The Rev. L. Wittenberg is attending a west Iowa conference of the Missouri synod of the Lutheran church at Clarinda. The Rev. Victor Kbllman's family, from Royal, is visiting at Fred Schnedler's while Mr. Kolltaan some Conference. attends the Aigrabfcg Are Callers Here- Bertha Godfrey And Mrs. James McGee,-Algona> Were calling, on relative* and friends here Friday. Miss Godfrey recently returned from a.trlpjthrough the western states With her brother Geb. w Godfrey, his wife, and son. Larimer Bays Res'toinint— William Kollasch has sold hla restaurant to Harold Larimer, and the latter i» in nossessbln. Mr, Larimer had been employed at the Albert Schneider Jack Sprat store three years. Mr. Kollasch has not announced plans. In .Verte OfrTto College-. Betty Burtis left for Hutchlnson, Kans,, Wednesday to attend college there ahd live with her slater Donna, who Is Mrs, Wlllard Hersche. Betty was a member of the high school graduating claaa here last May. Other LaTerne. Guests at the Rev. Harvey Nelson's last we'ek Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James Warburton, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Torine, HATE Strictly standard ALGONA INSU AGENCY CORN S Have you seen the good corn cribi are building? Galvanized steel bins and the corn cribs are on the Fair Grounds. Eujr them this and save money. 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