Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1932 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1932
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PAOE EIGHT DewCls Married 83 Tears— In honor of their 33rd wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. a few close friends at dinner Sunday at the Algona hotel. The event was, however, a surprise for Mrs. Dewel, who had supposed that a restaurant dinner for only her own family was In prospect. On the way she was Inveigled Into entering the hotel, aHd was then led, protesting, by her sb'fi Gordon to a table concealed be- lilnd screens, where she was received by the guests with applause. During dinner 22 night telegrams O. Johnson performing a*slngle ring ceremony. The couple were attep.d- ed by Hie bride's'Sister, Mrs. C. O. Engelby, Ledyard, and the latter's husband, and following Ihe event a the will wedding dinner was served at Engelby home. The Richters farm near Elmore. The new Mrs. Richter, who had for six years made Dewel entertained local relatives and-- her home at hel ' uncle w - A - Dut ~ Of congratulations to from out-of-town sons the couple and other near relatives and from local friends were delivered to Mrs. Dewel one by one. A few gifts were received, and the "bridegroom" presented a dozen roses. The table centerpiece was an anniversary cake made by Mr. Dewel's sister, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. The place cards and other decorations carried out the valentine idea. Mr. and, Mrs. Dewel were married at the 'Methodist church. Lu Verne, February • 14, 1899. They lived at GoldfieW a year and a half, then at Burt nearly three years, and came to Algona when Mr. Dewel was elected district court clerk in the fall of 1902. The guests were: Mr. Dewel's mother, Mrs. Jennie M. Dewel; Mrs. Thorpe, and her husband: Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Dewel and Marjorie, the only grandchild: Gordon and Bobby Dewel; Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington; Mrs. Walter Fraser, girlhood chum ofv the "bride." and Doctor Fraser; Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Rist and Emily Rist; and Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Farewells Honor Mrs. Miller— Mrs. F. E. Kent entertained last week Wednesday night in honor of Mrs. R. H. Miller, who leaves soon to make.her home at Burlington. Dinner was served at 7 to 12 guests seated' at three small tables centered with candles. After dinner bridge scores were won by Mrs. E. A. Schemel and Mrs. ,1. T. Chris- ton's, Algona, is an Algona high school graduate and is teaching her second year In a rural school in the Elmore neighborhood. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Richter, Elmore farmers. Vi'a -Tan-Tans Entertained— The Wa-tan-ye club was entertained Tuesday evening at Mrs. Wm, K. Ferguson's'by Minnie J. Coate. Laura Mitchell, and Stella Mae Breen. Bridge was played at four tables with Irene Vaudt winning first prize and Amy Johnston a travel prize. Guests were Ella Thompson, Lydia Meyers, Louise Magnusson, and Meta Gade. The Wa-tan-ye club Is laying plans to entertain delegates to a general convention here in May. There are now 16 clubs in Iowa, Illinois, and South Dakota. Nebraska Visitor Honored— Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stewart entertained at a party at their home south of Algona last week Tuesday evening, honoring Mrs. Stewart's sister, Mrs. Cora Virgin, Hastings, Neb., who has been visiting here for the past three weeks. Bridge was played at five tables, and the high score was won by Mrs. Leo Wald- schmldt, Mr. Waldschmidt winning second. A guest prize was given to Mrs. Virgin. A two-course luncheon was served by Arlene Stewart to 22 guests. ' blrlhdays of Mr. Overmyer and Mls8 Wernert. Friday six women surprised Miss Wernert at her home. They brought dinner and favors, and each guest wore a paper cap. The women were Mesdames C. B. Murtagh, M. P. Weaver, M. P. Haggard, J. F. Overinyer, L. E. Hovey, and A. H. Borchardt,.and Ellen Carlson. Honor JTowlyweds at Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Dutlon entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richter, newlyweds whose marriage Is elsewhere reported. Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Richter, Elmore, paents of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Engelby, Ledyard;. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McArthur, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Juhl, Forest City. '' - f f'i.«£ /J$^^A4wrag$!SF|g ^ viv^i 5,Cy^''>* E 4 1 v'?^'?*v*1 U fr> 4^V'^^V-$$ 'K^r| ^.-.^ L^ki&2Li*»t' J afc«i*A-M.;.i-' Y "^-'^.^^•f^^i^s^^^l chilles. prize. Mrs. E. her bridge foursome in honor of Mrs. Miller received a guest A. Scheme! entertained 1 Bible Searchers Class Meets— The Methodist Bible Searchers S'. S. class met at Mrs. L.. B. Potter's Tuesday afternoon. The program began with a poem, When February Hints of Spring, read by Mrs. W. TJ. Martin, and a. talk on Lincoln and "Washington by Mrs. Julia Brace followed. Mrs. F. A. William road a few lines from the writings of Washington and Lincoln, and the Rev. C. V. Hulse gave a short talk on interesting points he visited last summer, including the homes of the two statesmen. Thursday night, consists of Mrs. Mrs. Miller last This foursome Scheme), Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Kent, and Mrs. M. G. Norton. Mrs. D. R. Steele was also a guest. Mrs. M. G. Norton entertained the same group of women Friday afternoon, and after bridge lunch was served. Conduct Cliurcli at Tltonka— The young married people's Methodist Sunday school went to Titonka Sunday evening and conducted services in the Methodist church there. Royal Xelghbors Initiate Four— Four women were initiated at a meeting of the Royal Neighbors last week Thursday evening; Fifly-one members were' In attendance. The Initiates were Mrs. Imogene Wlldln, Mrs. Alfred Larson, Eleanor Latimer, and Norma Mansmlth. Mrs. A. L. Godfredson's division served lunch. Mrs. Mabel Polter, Spencer, district deputy, Royal Neighbors, was honor guest and gave a talk. C'htcagoon fa Honored- Mr, and Mrs. F. W. Wehler entertained the D. H. Goeders family, Mrs. Goeders' mother Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, and O. Madson Sunday noon. The eVent was in honor of Mrs. Uhlendorf. The Goeders family and Mrs. Uhlendorf were guests iFfankt home.^ The high fcedfe f6r rio^le; for of the Wellendorfs and Mrs. Uhlendorf that lefl evening, for her home at Chicago Monday evening. Annual Dean Supper Saturday— The W. R. C. will serve its annual bean supper Saturday evening at the Legion hall at 5 o'clock. The menu appears 'in an advertisement elsewhere in today's Advance. Other Society News Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streil entertained 16 men waft women, by Mfa. G. AfrSeahlan. A buffet supper was served. The Methodist younfc people will have a 6:30 supper and party next, Monday evening In the clfurch basement. A program on Waslilrtglon and games will be features. All young people' of the church and Sunday school are Invited. Mrs. Al Falkenhainer entertained the Get-Together club Monday afternoon. Beside members, Mesdames S. E. McMahon, F. L. Tribon, W. B. Quarton, and C. B. Muftagh were in attendance. Mrs. McMahon won the high score. , Mr. and Mrs. Melvlh Rleken entertained at three tables of 500 Saturday evening. Mrs. Stanley Gardner won the high score for women; Mrs. Sadie Hopkins, low. A. R. Gardner won high for men; Ronald Gardner, tew. Inez and Hazel Potter entertained 20 guests at a card and carnival dance party at Die Algona hotel Friday evening. The high scores were won by Elizabeth Nugent and Ray McCorkle. Clara Atnesbury entertained elghl friends al dinner and 'bridge last Thursday. The high score, was won by Bessie Hopkins, -seconcl prize by Flora Tiss. ' ' ' v The Algona teachers will hold a monthly meeting al the high school Saturday evening. Dinner at 6:30 will be followed by a Washington program. The Methodist Centenary class will meet tonight In the church basement for supper at 6:30 a*nd a program. Eastern Stars will hold a benefit bridge party next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Masonic Temple. The Opporlunily bridge club mel lasl night with Mrs. L. L. Wellendorf. The husbands were guests. County History Wanted. Wm. K. Ferguson .employed In the congressional library at Washington, D. C., wants someone in Kossuth to donate a set of B. F. Lottt Creek Mrs. Henry Meyer, whd had vis ilted her daughter, the wife of , the Rev. Edw. Peters, at Cherokee, Okla., got home last week Wednesday. OIH-la Kressln, Letts Creek public school teacher, was sick with the flu and unable to teach Friday. Dakota relatives arrived a .week ago to visit Ihe Martin Meyer* and Robert Schmidt families near near Lone Rock, William Furstenau has been sick with the flu, and Wilfred Miller, of Fentoh, did the chores. The Richard Potralz family, the William Wetzels, Herman Hlntz family, and Mrs, William Schmle'l attended the funeral of Mrs. William Ristau last week Wednesday at Lu Verne. • Ruth 'Schmtel, attending the At gona high school, came home Friday, sick with the flu. Want Ads »..u *..L.UI i.i. u, ut,i.i_*i, .^llbWI LClAll^V* J.U If-*-*.... a friends at dinner and contracl bridge Reed s hlatorv <* the county.- He Sunday evening. Family prizes -were won by Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway. and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falk- enhainer. Mrs. W. A. Lorenz and' says every county 'in Iowa except Kossuth Is represented. Mrs. Ferguson, who lives here, will see that if one is offered, Is forward- Mary Ellen A (hi ms AVed— At the Lakota Methodist parsonage Friday evening took place the marriage of Mary Ellen, daughter of •the late Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Adams, Algona, to Otto Richter, the Rev. F. In the group were Mr. Henry Johannsen, Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Paul Danson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin AVeb- er, Mrs. Arthur Helberg and Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Helen Morrow and a number of local girls conducted an Epworth League service there also. Hlrtlidiiys Are Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer entertained Kate Wernert at dinner last Thursday, celebrating the Sale Dates Joel Herbst won the low prices. ed to . Mr " Fe rjruson. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox entertain- j ed 12 friends at 6 o'clock dinner and bridge last Thursday evening. Mrs. | E. G. Dunn, Mason City, won the j high score, Mrs. W. G. McCuilough, low; Mrs. Dunn's husband is a vel- erinarian in charge of t. b. testing in'V Kossuth. FOR 'SALE — PEKIN ducks.-r-Phone 10F4. DRAKE 7p23 FOR RENT—PARTLY MODERP) house, : close In.—Phone 161. 9u23 WANTED TO RENT—5 OR 6-room modern house.—Phone 253 or 415. 12u23 FOR SALE OR TRADE-^SEVEN- year-old Shetland. pony._ —' Inquire Advance. .''•. Ilp23 PARTLY MODERN HOUSE FOR 'rent. 1 —Mrs. John Laing, phone 36-W. . . 10p23 FOR SALE—NEW PERFECTION range, in good condition.—Mrs. A. E. Michel. 10p23 FOR RENT—WEST PART OF M. J/ Young 'Apartment; modern. — .Call 316-J. Ilp23 LET OUR TELEPHONE BE your clolhes line. — Kirsch Laundry, phone 267. : • 10u20lf MY HOUSE ON EAST LUCAS slreet 'is for rent March 1.—Sadie Schenck. 13u23 WANTED — WHITE MINORCA hatchery flocks—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 8u23lf FOR RENT—STRICTLY MODERN house; reasonable rent. — Phone 229 or 637-W. Ilu23 The R. N. A. will meet with Mrs. Oscar Anderson next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30, and roll call will be answered with quotations from AVashington. Feb. 20—Combination sale at the •barn in Algona. Feb. 22—Public sale on the old Rice farm in Plum Creek township. Feb. 23—John Taylor Estale, Fenton, all personal property. Feb. 24—Lawrence R. Wieso, closing out sale 10 miles northeast of Assisting hostesses | Algona. will be Mrs. H. AV. Post, Mrs. Feb. 25—Jennie and John Whit- Charles Walker, and Mrs. James ford, general farm sale, northeast of Allen. Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl and Mr. Lone Rock. Feb. 26—C. E. Swanson, general and Mrs. AV. P. Hemphill entertain-j farm sale, 3 miles west and ,j3 miles ed 16 guests Sunday evening at the i north of Lu Verne. FOR SALE—COAVS, HEIFERS, and bull calves. Registered. — F. M. Wolf, AV'esley. llp22-23 FOR RENT—HOUSE WITH GAR- age and garden.—Andrew Pelerson, phone 316-J. Ilp23 FOR SALE—EIGHT HAMPSHIRE -bred sows.—Phone 15F111, George Wolf, Irvington. - ' Ilu23 FOR SALE-WHITE AVYANDOTTE roosters, $1.00 each.—Mrs. W. C. Nelson, phone 20F22. 12p23 FOR RENT—TWO-ROOM APART- ment. Hot and cold water, garage.—Vera Apartmenls. 12p23 FOR RENT—MODERN FURNISH- WHITE i BLOSSOM SWEET CloVe? ae~ed for sales also medium' W. fit. GroVer, Buri FOR RENT — UNFURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping. — Mrs. M. Dumas, 122 S. Minnesota st. 12p23 MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT AT only $26 a month. Garage. Full extra lot for garden.—W> C. Dewel. 22gtf FOR SALE—SAWDUST, HARD wood lumber, wagon tongues .and eveners.—F. S, Thompson, Algona. 14U22-2.4 GOOD YOUNG HORSES 'FOR sale. ' Five miles nortlv and 'two miles west of Sexton. — • Harvey Johnson. 16p23 WANTED —; PRACTICAL NURS- Ing. Good references on maternity cases.—Mrs., Anna Carney,, S. Wooster St. • 13p2S WANTED—MIDDLE-AGED worn an for .housekeeper. , 'Family of two, modern.; home, no '• washing, rr Phone 601 or 308. 17u23tf FOR SALE-WHITE WYANDOTTE cockerels, Inspected and banded, $1.25 gach.—P. 'P.,Imnierfall; phone 51 on 22; St. Benedict. 15p23-24 T"OR SALB-;-^ Aia^MODERN 6 ': room h'oUse,' close, in; at- bargain. Terms, 5 per cent Interest.—Call at 521 E. State. St., or ph'one 749. 24p23 FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE SOWS and gilts; bred for March farrow. Price Is 5c a pound balance this month.—C. C. Baas, West Bend. 20p2S-24 FOR SALE—TEAM OF HORSES, wt. 3350 Ibs., six and seven years .old, sound.—-Robert M. Loss, % mile north and 1% mile west of Algona. ' 25u23 FOR SALE — 7-ROOM PARTLY modern house, with garage and three lots. A bargain at $2600, terms and low Interest.—Mrs. Tlllie Mc- Ca'll, 521 E. State St. 27p23 COMPANY IN V BUSINESS 65 years wants man to sell line- of food and farm producls direct to farmers. Good living to start,'with'real opportunity later for bigger earnings.—See H. J. Van de Steeg, Algona. 34eowp23-32 AMBITIOUS, RELIABLE MAN wanted immediately handle Watkins Products in Algona. Customers established. Excellent opportunity, steady employment" rapid weed feeedi. > New, Wtoi »*It* Shipped subject Inspection, prepaid. Write, free samples, club dlscounts.<"tNorth' Dakota Grlmfr Alfalfa Asaofclattoni Fargo, tit 0. 800 co-operating growers.'-' ' . Only reliable Slid, nUStfefa <Sah' quality and, new 'earning $35 to $75 such earning stating ballon Dept. JA'OD-BG, Freeport, i\\ Bee Chas. ft. Miller, Algona, i a ' •*! * Ik BEAN SUPPER, 40c TO BE HELD AT lEGIOJf HAIL SATURDAY, FEBKUAKY 20 MENU ' Baked Ham , Mashed Potatoes .Brown Gravy Candled Sweel Potatoes Baked Beans Cabbage and Pineapple Salad Beet Pickles Jelly Rolls . Brown Bread Cherry Pie Coffee Serving begins at 5 o'clock and continues till nil arc served. I. YOU ARE LOOKING FOR distinctive, exclusive Spring garments, you will find them in our ready,-to-yrear department. Every coat and dress has been personally selected for Kossuth county women with the idea of giving our. customers something different. If you are tired of the common, trashy, cheap garments being offered by so many stores "at a price" you will find that "different" coat or dress at this store at a reasonable cost. ' • ' Our ready-to-wear section is in, charge of experienced buyers as well as * courteous, painstaking ' salesladies, - a combination which means satisfaction to you in your purchases. Get into the habit of keeping in close touch with C. & H. Call Mrs. South at 281 for further information about the new arrivals in this section! Where Service and Quality Meet Living Room Suites Genuine Angora Mohair, best spring construction, all reverse cushions $49*50 $55 $65 and $75 Carload of Chicago Furniture Market's best values. Bought at the ver|r lowest cash prices, and this is the time that cash talks. You may know When $29.75 buys a threepiece Bedroom Suites; $39.50 buys a davenport and lo|nging chair; and $48.50 buys an 8-piece Walnut Dining Room suite—our aim isj to give you the highest quality possible at the lowest prices for the remainder of February. . / .."V 1 *' Dining Room Furniture S-piece Walnut Dining Room Suite $48.50 8-piece Walnut Suite $57,50 8-piece Walnut Suite, refractory Table $67.50 For Bed Room A beautiful bedroom Suite — bed, vanity, and chest of drawers. Latest design and finish $39.50 $48.50 and $57.50 Odd Pieces « $15.00 Dresser _ ; $10.751 $25.00 Vanity $42.00 Chair and Stool ____$26.0o $35.00 Walnut Desk $34.001 $18.50 Walnut Chest _812.5fl | $16.75 Inner Spring Mattress $11.75 $74.50 Radio $45.001 RUGS 50 LB, , Cotton Filled four-row stitched $6.95 $21,50 6x9: A&nlnster ____ftia.7S $33.50. S'.B^ao.e; ^xminster _ilft.Sft $37.50 9x18 Axroinster -_^i8ft.sn 142.50 9xl| Vei^t Rugs ~*»M $18.50 9x18 Wool Rugs -—118.50 114.75 27x5^4 Wool Rugs _.__$2.75 . $27.50 Kitchen Cabinet $18.75 9x12 Pelt Base Rug $3.95 Double Deck Coil Spring $6.95 All Cotton - Mattress $3.95 Living Room Suite Davenport & Chair $39,75 Srpiece Walnut Dining Room Suite 3-piece Bedroom Suite, walnut finish $29,75 Solid Walnut End Tatye $1.65 Fosters Furniture Apiece Solid Oak Breakfast Set $10,75 •MM^^^^^^^^^___ Cpxwell Lounging Chair 115.75 Bed Springs AND Neatly . wp ; MVJ] .,..,.^.. „_

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