PAGE FOUR KOSSUTM COUNTY ADVANCE. AlfQONA,. IOWA. SON OF FORMER AL60NIAN WEDS AT DESJOINES Yesterday's Register reported the marriage of William A. Cordingley to Mary J. Bowles. A candlelight ceremony was performed late Tuesday afternoon in the chapel at the St. Augustin church. The bride is a Des Moines girl, and Mr, Cordingley is the son of I W. A. Cordingley Sr.. who for! nearly 40 years has been circulation manager of the Register and Tribune. Young Mr. Cordingley had been in the advertising department of the John Cowles paper at Minneapolis, but for the last year has been attending an officers' candidate class at an adjutant general's school at Fort Washington, Md. The newlyweds left for that point immediately after marriage. The event is of interest here not only because the bride- Enlistee HOLY WEEK TO BE OBSERVED BY CHURCHES Following the practice of som years, the protestant churches o j Algona will unite in -union Holy Week and Good Friday services The first of these services wil be held on Palm Sunday even ing, March 28, at the Presbyterian church. The Rev. H. M Burns, of the Methodist church will be speaker. Each night thereafter durinf Holy Week a union meeting will be held in a different church, each of the local pastors speaking one night or on Good Friday Friday afternoon. The traditional union Good Friday service will be held on Good "Friday afternoon at the Congregational church. This will be a three-hour service, begin- v , ning at noon and continuing till '"TUESDAY'S Des Moiaes Reg- 3 o'clock. The stores will close " part of this time in cooperation daughters W E •*• islet carried this cut show ing Geo. L. Miller being finger- lived , printed as he enlisted in the bride- navy. Chief Boatswain's Mate, •-•«.. — *^-- ••""- -£,«, -. —~ -~ F. W. : Jerry Grompe is taking the fin-1 ginning of Lent, was reported by r *""• • ger-print. As a competent con- ' the people who attended to have with the churches. The city-wide "preaching mission' a few weeks ago, at the be- f . ° • lpactor and buUder Mmer there, and Helen Dingley. of the local draft office. Mr. Cordingley is also a cousin of Postmaster W. W. Sullivan. Mrs. Nugent was one of the hostesses at a wedding reception at the Des Moines club following the ceremony, and Mrs Dinglev and the. daughter " ' among the out of guests. his line. He was accompanied to : Des Moines by his wife, the former Edna Gilmore, and by Mrs. Victor Samson, the former Lulu Huenhold, whote husband is also in the navy and now stationed in Florida. chairmen of the been a great success. This was said to be true from the standpoint of union work, of spiritual emphasis, and of attendance. im—Clayton R. Ditetworth, Fenton 573—John It. J*arrell, Whittemore 585—Philbert O. Chase, Algona 54S-Jake Jutting, Bui Center . 186—Levi W. McCann, Wesley 769—Leo N. Goche, Titonka 526—August Beck, Swea City 530—Joseph W. Goetz, Wesley 1334—Raymond W. Black, Lone Rock 1170—Alfred J. Camp, Algona 1140—Alva E. Ross, Algona 731—Clifford L. Young, Titonka 884—Dr. J. N. Kenefick, Algona Postmaster Sullivan. 55—Reuben J. J. Olson. Ban- crof 445_William J. Besch, Whittemore 900-^-Dick B. Meyer, Titonka 523—Dirk A. Janssen. Lakota 476—George T. Merrill, Bancroft 734—Arne Ostergaard, Swea City 706—Jesse F. Reynolds, Algona 030—Elmer F. Craychee, Algona | 553—Paul P. Schneider, Algona 997—William W. Sullivan, Algona 1586—Lawrence/G. Faber, Ottosen 1429—George C. Looft, Ledyard 474—Raymond P. Elbert, Whittemore 871—Lloyd Steinman, Algona 1179—Alvin E. Briggs, Algona 1425—John W. Plaisier,- Titonka fona 1578-Jesse M. Lone Rock filanchard Jr., 1052—Anton Sorenseti, Algona 1215-sFohft P, Moser, Ottosen 1569—Lowell f. BaMuS, City 293—Alfred C. Melz, Lakota 773—George Rohlin, Swea City 1108—Herman P. Peterson, Bancroft 628—John M. Manthel Ledyard 167—Vern H. Heine, Algona 1475__julius W. Baas Jr., Algona 744—Leon C. Knutsen, Swea City 1554—Peter strong C. Larsen, Arm- NOT1CE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. In the matter of the Estate of Thomas H. Watfcworth, deceased. t fo: Alyda Alien, Florence W. Motley, Julia C.Anderson, June Cotey, fidett Corty, if**ioh Corey Rekers, Brnest W, Meredith, Edna R, Meredith, Ethel Collier, John Wadsworth, Exine Davenport, Alice Phdpj, Grace Sumpter, »Clarence Sumpter, Helen Mae'Meredith, . Florence Meredith, Charles Edward Meredith, and To Whom It May Concern. You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth | county, Iowa, the application of Glen Buchanan, Executor of thei Estate of Thomas H. Wadsworth, deceased, said Application asking for authority to *ett and donvcy win h« it*t estate described as: Lot Five <5), fclock Scven- , ty C70|, Original Plat of Al- gbfia, 10W»; for f (he sum of'Hiree Thousand Twt) Hundred Fifty afid No/loo Dollars ($3,859.00) a* per contract, copy of which is attached to Mid Application, unless a better offer for 'said real estate can be obtained. *ou are further notified that the hearing on said Application FORMER ALGONIAN DIES AT KANAWHA \vas Mrs. Maynard McKeeTwebster City, was a Tuesday evening guest of the A. A. Sterlings. Mrs. ; week-end here with her sister Dorothy, employed at the Iowa State bank. The girls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Day. came Sunday and took Isabel home. Mr. Day is employed by the Sargent Feed Co. Dorothy Wichlendahl, clerical assistant at the AAA office, returned to her duties Monday, after a week's absence due to . . . . •— McKee, a former schoolmate of streptococus throat infection. She Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips were at Kanawha yesterday to attend funeral services for "Mrs Lloyd Phillips, 38. former Titonka and Algona woman. Mrs. Phillips had been in poor health the last two years, and the cause of death was heart disease and complications. Though the funeral was held at Kanawha, burial was made in a cemetery at Titonka. Besides her husband, Mrs. Phillips is survived by a daughter Harriet, 18, at home, and her parents at Titonka. Mrs. Phillips was Ida Miller before marriage, and was employed for several years at the telephone office here. Mr. Phillips, brother of Elmer, is now employed at a hatchery at Kanawha. Mrs. Elmer Phillips spent all of last week at Kanawha with Mrs. Sterling, was on her way to Spencer to visit with relative's. Richard and Ann, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Yeoman, Webster City, are spending the week with their grandmother, Mrs. G. C. Yeoman. Bernard is employed at Gamble's there. Mrs. H. W. Thompson reports f hnt the wild flower known PS the Snowdrop made its first observed appearance this year in I this neighborhood on March 6, i which is considered unusually ' early. Mrs. K. R. Ferguson, of Cedar Rapids, went home yesterday, after a few days with her sister, i ; Mrs. W. J. Becker, who is at the : ! Kossuth hospital, recuperating from a severe attack of pneumonia. ; Mrs. F. A. Corey came home from Rochester Tuesday, after having spent a few days there with her daughter June, of the U. D. M. staff, who had a major spent the week at the home o: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, near Lone Rock. Mildred Schmalen and Garman Adams spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schmalen Jr., West Bend. Miss Schmalen is beauty operator at Irene's, and Mr. Adams is farming with his father, Roy Adams, Plum Creek township. DRAFT an ui jiibi wees at Kanawha with • •"-' lil ' " Ilu nd " a major 10 . 0 ~~~~ TT _,.... „ Mrs. Lloyd Phillips. Elmer drives' °P erat]on Friday. June is report- ^43—Gordon H. Giddmgs, Bu a truck for H. W Post ed doing well. 1608—Joseph Kenne, Lu Verne LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barry Jr. spent Sunday with the letter's j ..*wii Llit^ ICtLtCJ-Oi . « vj*j, j_«v^tiii_ii O|JVTI1 t parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hood ! thc we ek-end at Webster City Graettinger. Mr. Hood operates ! i vith the la tter's parents, Mr. and the Hntpl riranttinno^ i MrS. Carl RifV.=i-^o^,« „ 1 ed doing well. Irene Hansen, student at a Mankato business school, and her aunt, Mrs. Lnura Morse, with whom Irene lives while at the school were week-end guests of Irene's parents, Mr. and Mrs Edw. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bohlen spent the week-end at Webster City (Continued from Page 1.) 131—Howard J. Busch, Lone Rock 345—Willie D. Oswalt, Whittemore Keefe, Platt, Skilling. 255—Roy D. Keefe, Algona 1209—Howard L. Platt, Algona 1277—Herman A. Domhardt, Elmore 1343—Gordon H. Giddings, Burt the Hotel Graettinger. Mrs. Wj C. Clark, Hubbard, is here for the week with her daughter, Mrs. E. R. DeLano. Mrs. DeLano's husband is in D-X oil employ. Marian Rising, Des Moines, spent the week-end with her par- ' •—• -••*-* u. j_j. j.t. AIUU1K She is still employed in an in surance office. Mrs. Robert Clark and her infant daughter Roberta Sue were released from the Kossuth hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Clark's husband is a highway patrolman. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. D. Sheehan, with the latter's sister, Beulah Rapp, the latter of Cedar Rapids were guests of Dr. and Mrs P E Walley, Corwith, last Thursday! Florence Dehnerl will leave Saturday evening for Baltimore Md., after two weeks here during and after the last sickness of her father. She is in Social Security employ. y Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller, of Hingsted, with their daughter Inez, spent Saturday evening with Mr and Mrs. R. A. Carney Spicy' JS ^ Emmet COUnt y Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hackbarth and the latter's sister Winifred Miner, were at Dows faunday, visiting Mr. Hackbarth's Parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry flfitkhanh. ny Mrs. '"'uiiam Dehneri and Mrs , Andrew Hanley, Chicago, were Monday evening dinner guests of the W. PI. Klamps. Mrs. Hanley was a sister-in-law of the late. ^/Lf. Dehnert, ' Mr. and Mrs,, j. p. Smith, with I the daughter Rozella, spent the i •week-end at Paullina with another daughter, Mrs. M W Knuth. Mr. Knuth operates a uneat market. Supervisor and Mrs. W. E. McDonald returned last Thursday from Rochester, where they had spent a few days while Mrs. McDonald was having a check-up by Mayo doctors. Hazel Poiier, formerly of the Iowa State bank, now in state income tax employ at Des Moines was here Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Potter of Cresco township. ' The Methodist Homebuilders class met Wednesday evening at the church. Mr. and Mrs W H FOR SALE Singer Sewing Machines. I will give you a good price for your old machine. While our present stock lasts, needles, posts, and repairs for all makes. Expert repairing. Singer Shop US E. Stale St. Mrs. Carl Richardson and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Haughlan. Mr. Bohlen is in local Gamble employ. Capt. Paul A. Danson expects to leave in about a week for Fort Bennmg, Ga., where he has been ordered to report on recall to duty. Mrs. Danson and the is out, then join Mr. Danson Isabel Day, Clarion, spent the 937—Fred E. Hagen, Titonka 54—Raymond A. Krominga, Titonka 1345—Clifford Holmes, Lu Verne 179—Frank E. Bauer, Swea City 69—Ralph E. Theisen, Burt 212—Morlyn L. Wegener, Whittemore 459—Albert A. Schipull, Lu Verne 369—Eugene E. Angus, Bancroft 233—Virgil J. Wolfe, Bancroft 324—Cecil B. Johnston, Titonka 750—Roland H. Ostwald, Whittemore 31—Elliot S. Skilling, Algona Doctor Kenefick Listed. 493—Iverson W. Elliott, Swea City 518—Gerhart L. Olsen, Wesley 485—Samuel E. Mogler, Whittemore 890—Forester F. Minard, Algona 681—Henry Franzen Jr. Titonka Disf. Supt. Buthman. 1177—Percy E. McGinnis, Algona 1450—Carl G. Peter, Algona 1426—Sumner R. Parsons, Burt 338—August A. Elbert, Whittemore 1224—John C. Buthman, Algona 297—Hjalmer A. Johnson, Algona 588—Grant W. Stevens, Wesley 1528—Ambrose W. Kennedy, Bancroft 88—Walter H. Sorenson, Burt 907—Arnold L. Arndorfer, Corwith 912—William T. Drayton, Algona 254—Leo P. Elbert, Whittemore 33—Lester M. Harner, Swea City 1435—Daniel L. Blanchard, Algona 614—Fred W. Schneider, Lu Four More Algonians. 1217—Ralph L. Archibald, Al- They are here— New Formats for the Junior and Senior School Affairs. White, Blue, Aqua, Rose, •» Gold, Green, Pink Prints Priced at $3.99 $8.95 Kresensky's Sptf FLAKES SOAP GRAINS CLEANSER HMD. WAX 2T WAX PASTE HAND SOAP Wh "« Your Food SiuniM Go Farlhw Buy SWISS CHEESE When You Buy Wallpaper From Us YOU SEE WHAT YOU BUY AND SAVE, BECAUSE J No Parcel Post or Money Order charge. No advance in prices. 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