Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 27, 1934
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JPAQE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA ==^—~S~~m*£* ; , S! f^^i^ m ^ ml ^^Z...L;--L^;^±l±^L-f^ ALAiVNA, JLUWA Sew^^^i^ids^in j oint Meeting at Lak^^ M jM^ ^^ ^^ ^_ _ ^^ ^ ^______^ JJ , •_..... • ._ .^..^.^....^ 5^^^ '^•••^^^i^fc <*^U "^^^^^^ l_.H^M ^- TlPlir T ^ . r_ AliniFTY Ki»_» wr . « - _ . 1 ninui-r*n *••"«% r,.,._,.. • " ~ —, Jollnso n,°inl M, E, SOCIETY AT LAKOTA IS HOSTESS AID Lakota, Sept. 26—The Methodist Aid entertained at an annual guest day last week Wednesday, and 120 women attended. Besides women of the local Presbyterian and Lutheran societies, the Aids at Titonka, Buffalo Center, Ledyard, and Swea City sent representitives. A number of beautiful quilts were displayed, and the following program was given: devotions, the Rev. Mr. Johnson; trumpet solo; two In- Elsie Kohlwes, of Lotts Creek, Paul Eigler Bride Lotts Creek, Sept. daughter of Mr. and 26 — Elsie, Mrs. John Kohlwes, Lotts Creek, was married last week Tuesday at 4:30 p. dian numbers; vocal trio, Mrs Hamquist and the Rev. and Mrs Johnson; piano solo, Mr. Johnson; piano duet, Betty Johnson and Mrs Johnson; vocal solo, Miss Barnett , served and the to Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eigler, Fenton, at the home of the bride's parents. The couple were attended by Elsie's close friend, Olivia Kressin, Lotts Creek, and the bridegroom's brother Durwood, of Griswold. The Hev. E. Fiene, pastor of the Ini- manuel Lutheran church here, performed the ceremony in the presence of a few relatives and close friends. Following the ceremony a two course wedding dinner was served llV Mfl TMT Tn<nn T711 _l , Officers of S. S. Named— The Methodist Sunday school has elected the following officers: superintendent, Samuel Warburton- tant, Beth Hamquist; treasurer . ._~ -««•«& uiuuci *vaa serveu by Mary Jane Eigler and Ruth Schmiel. The rooms were beautifully decorated with garden flowers. After dinner Mr. and Mrs. Eiger left for Estherville, where thev St. rented a furnlshed a Part^^ K ^ e !..y°re a gold li dres a bou Konnen. ?,^- n: assistant - Wayne Ruth; Mr. and Mrs F. iMra J?'n J w f su P er intendent, Mr. and Mrs. Everett b The "Sale" Evil of the Retail Clothing Store from the , He is in an Estherville drug store. News of the No. 1 School— Pupils of the No. 1 school sold popcorn and candy a week ago Sunday at the ball game and cleared ?6.15 to be used for school purposes. Verona Buss, Elvira Meyer, Evelyn Meyer, and Claire Smith have won 100 per cent in spelling. Parker Smith was a visitor at the school last week Tuesday morning. Circuit Meeting Next Sunday— A circuit meeting of the Algona Lutheran district will take place next Sunday at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. Leo Jaskul- Ue and Adolf Peril are delegates from here. Finance officers of all churches in the district are expected to attend. Quartet of Tourists Home- Elmer and Lorenz Pijahn and Reiben and Rupert Luedtke, who had spent 2% weeks touring Minnesota, north and south Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming, the Yellowstone park, and the Black Hills got home Saturday. Other Lotts Creek. Lillian Kressin, Algona, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin and attended a shower for Mrs. Paul Eigler, nee Elsie Kohlwes, at the Lutheran schoolhouse in the afternoon Hannah Fiene left last week W ,?^ ay ,, for ,, Ame3 to resume PIONEER DIES THURSDAY AT WHITTEMORE i -WA Whittemore, Sept. 26— Funera services for Mrs. Matilda A. Ward were held Saturday at one p. m at Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koppen's and nf OtOA «<• 4- \ir* T».. ..i. n—-.—i j. i Burt Presbyterian Ward suffered a at 2:30 at the church. Mrs. wu.ru surieroa a stroke two weeks ago and died last Thursday at the Koppen home. Born in New York January 26, 1860, Mrs. Koppon was past 74 at death. Her husband died in 1903. Twelve children survive: Mrs. Lena Boardman, Billhead, S. D., Alfred, Wessington Springs, S. D., Robert, Box Elder, S. D.; Chandler, Cottonwood, S. D.; Mrs. Lydla Bisby, Marysville, Wash.; Mrs. Lizzie Glddings, Burt; Norman, Pine City, Minn.; Edwin B., Minneapolis; Hiram, Burt; Herman, Windom, Minn.; and Mrs. Koppen. Two brothers and one sister also survive: Charles Anker, Utan, Minn.; John Anker, Box Elder, S. p.; and Mrs. Albert Tuttle, Albert Lea, Minnesota. There are Tiro Win Thcntcr Prlx CS _ James Hogan won $5 at tlm night' last week Wednesday Kossuth theater here, ' y VlBr" 1 ,<' Other Whlttemore. Sunday dinner cueqfti of »„ Rodlng's were the Prank r,n Nclt andS. J. DevinefamillJ sC ' lPCSIUR he Henry Thllges and ledlng families, Ottosen nmi md! Mrs. Mike Reding, Llvorni Mr. and Mrs. George " heir son Norman, and Mrs r <uecker drove to Fort Dod'irp ay to visit Mrs. Emma PhmV'" Ister of Mrs. KuecCr PhlIIIps ' The Henry Laucks and truecker families went to t ~« 'I? 1 Thursday to visit rel- TVT V 11 this week Wednesday Mrs. Irene Rooney got home s^ rday from Butte, Mont., wh™re ± P *1 a ^ eek and a half with iVm- ather, a Mr. Miller, who is sick The Erwln Stovers and Mr ™,i <r B .Floyd Stover, all of ChVca™ pent last Thursday here Thov irmorly lived here. hcy Ava Simpson, Mrs. Wallace qi mn on and Mrs. L. B. sin? h d'ove to °8S£ last wcek Tuesday'^ vis- Trent Jour, lj ha, cig :nr. — •—"v *wi ^ 1.111 co n_j TI studies at the State college is her second year. This A Mr. Klatt, Waterloo, Wls., call' lno+ '"""k Tuesday on the Albert He is related to Mrs. Kressin. The Reinhard Liebs, St. Benedict, visited Reinhard's parents WY nnH AT..,, A.I , . . _ * al l - u «>» Mr all the clatter and bang of "Sales" nf better to pay one nri™ a*a i,™ your cloth _ , The Torino |L R, 'SOPHS GIVE PARTY FORJROSH' Lone Rock, Sept. 25-Freshmen initiated last Friday aren and Mrs. Adam Lieb, Sunday meet this week j-.ea, Minnesota. There are 64| it; friends. ~" -r grandchildren, 13 step-grandchild- Lester, son of Curtis Ouli ren, and 16 great-grandchildren. last week Wednesday for ( Burial was made in the Buffalo to w °rk in a candy factory township cemetery near Titonka. Mrs. Eugene Schoonhoven cieir All the children except Mrs. Bis- Lake . visited here last week Tnn/ by, attended the funeral. 'dav. »>- wceic iues- Y. P. Rally at West Bond— A large number of young here attended a Lutheran Y rally at West Bend Sunday. Titonka can Superb Milk, 3 tall cans.'.._ Council Oak Coffee, pound bag O •» I ° ne P. rlce . and Read the Sale Ads of Today Bargains! Bargains! And still the Sale Stretches Its Prices , e gven at the auditoriu m this week Aside from the [this year are William Knoll, Jesse Blanchard Jr., Clarence Kraf Chester Simpson, Marjorie Jensen Marjorie Pettit, Marian Jensen Ai line Gifford, and Russell Jensen The senior class ordered clas rings last week. Henry Kniss lsl)ead— Henry Kniss, of Lanark, 111 who Ifl snnnt +!,„ i ,. ' '' ""U Marietta Christenson, R. N., who fe Va udt7Lillian" Kueetor*,' ^Ma-" in r«ff n a "f istin e at the hospital £! ? a Wagner, Rudolph Hahn, and m Estherville, returned to her Wilbur Roeber. ' home Friday, but expects to leave kr ~~ again Wednesday. leave Many Attend World's Fair— . Mrs ;i ohn _ Buch an and Mr. andlw™nJLf' ^ eyers left la st week « — • Dorothy Macumber, employed by nnJ n -n er S at l° nal Ha '-vester com- 0 D ° dge> spent the Classes Name Officers— ie high school juniors and sen- md ad- I Spent * he mon ns a jj^ ir-^s=z :r s ^r ~ ^ What you get depends on where you go for your winter clothing At Zender & Caldwell's New Fall Suits for men and young men In all new colors, single or double breasted NOW 13.50 18.50 20.00 22.50 21.50 27.50 29.50 Buy] Your Overcoat Now 12.00 14.50 18.50 22.50 24.50 27.50 Zender Caldwell CLOTHIXG AND SHOES A GOOD STORE IN ALGONA WINDOW GLASS A lai-g^stock and prices are better now than in the STORM SASH—Bring them ii REASONABLE PRICES are asked for putting _il J fl Tin Offtf OQCj'hrvn rm± J.1-_ ^ re- LUSBY'S DRUG STORE ^^———.— Fletchers to Mabel, Minn.— The Southern Minnesota Methodist conference was held last week, and the Rev. Harold Fletcher received an appointment as pastor at Mabel, Minn. The Fletchers will move next week. Lnvprn Liesveld Has Birthday- Friends of Lavern Liesveld gathered at his aunt Mrs. Wade Ball's ast Thursday to help him celebrate a birthday. Other Lakota News. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson had a surprise visit from the latter s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pringle, Knoxville, also from Mr. and Mrs Tnpbi TrOU r e n r v,' Oskaloos a, last week Tuesday. They were on an automobile trip to Winnipeg and other nnrtnPrn Yir»!«*-r. j , mon ns a sister Mrs. Conrad Rahn's, died there last Thursday after a lingering illness with cancer. His daughter Dorothy, instructor in the Ce dar Rapids schools, came Frida V Ki. ar >' . Kniss's sister, and Ello Rahn for Lanark, 111., wnere funeral ser vices and burial will be made Another daughter, Mrs. Egbert Tav ener, who was here a few days re" turned to her home in ing last Thursday" evening! ajt V Frye gave an interesting talk' Mrs. Alex Krueger, son Tommy spent Dance TITONKA COLISEUM Friday, September 28 DALE LARSON Prince of Personality and His Orchestra ^^ Seegebarth, who ln<? been employed in -Algona the Pas? three weeks, came Sunday to the parental George Pettifs Mr. and Mrs. Orville 'Rosendahl I = and son Paul, Superior, spent from S w ;\ w V fr mg ^ U Saturda y evening at William Krause's. h 4ii and Mrs ' Cnrls Sh aser and J£, A l b .l'l Shase '- s drove to ' Van i la, pound •b, large pkg.. I Robb Ross Water , Softener, 14oz.pkg.j '•tO oz. pkg,, i " Salmon, genuine i [Alaska pink, tall can! Crisco, 'll-21b:can „ Free Cake Tin, Calumet Baking Powder, pound can. |P. &G. Soap, 15 giant bars Kraft's Miracle IVhip Dressing- S-ounce jar . IG-ounce jar 32-ounce jar FOR ha-ies northern points, here for dinner. Mesdaraes Jerry Ukena, and stopped W E Gutknecht, Bertus Jensen, John Furst, and William Aaldreks were hnBtflssea to the Presbyterian Aid Ihursday and served a 25c supper. The proceeds amounted to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Schroeder Clarion and their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Shel- cousms of Mrs. Smith. are were^aTedilfrerwhKnch^s 8 S wives' SCh ° 01 b ° ard mom - -- Birthday Tea .- Mite society held a birthdiv Monday. Mrs. to Pettit and — -„,! Pettit, Fen- Hollandale, for any ment or and we To Attend Poultry Meet- Glee flub Has Sale- Sunday guests Hawks. Mr. of Mrs. , were E. M. , •« ^HFiHit? 2 : Mr. Mathis ., met with the - — p T l e wfI' F :,°- Johns ™ left this was to ~~.. u . U ajr evening guests of Hohenstein's sister, Mrs I W The E. L. Dows were at W n FM ^ 6StS of H< J - Ba con. «2& "E? 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