Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1937 · Page 8
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T 1 PAGH EIGHT KOS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA BERNICE STOCK Announces Fall Opening of The School of the Dance Classes offered in Tap, Ballet, Toe, and Acrobatic Dancing. Enroll Now Call 452 for enrollment or information. It is to the advantage of the pupil to be enrolled at the beginning of the term. You're shaved. No nicks Us lime for GLUEK5 Brewed in the good old way since 1857 of an improvised Mrs. S. A. Medin here, was married a G< September 1 to Pauline Elizabeth ' Dett} " Anderson, of the S\vea City Milby, Buffalo, Ky., in a single-ring Spirit of Service club, also plac- ceremony at the home of the , cd I" the red ribbon class, with bride's mother, Mrs. Willard Con-j" demonstration on curtains nor Buffalo, the Rev. O. Overlin, I Patricia Matern. of the Crcsco Baptist minister, officiating. Chums, likewise placed in tho red The bride was attired in a light ribbon class, on a dresser scarf, blue wool crepe traveling suit with , an d Ola May Miller, of the same dark blue accessories, and her cor-i club, placed in tho white ribbon sage was of white roses, blue del- •' clns s, on refinished wood, pnlniums, and baby's breath. She I At the county fair the Burt Busv was attended by Martha Hanshold- Bunch team won first on A Bit of er, West Lafayette, Ohio, who wore Colonialism demonstration, and TUESDAY ..— —-""vt«.Lu t wiiiu, wuu wore navy blue crepe with matching accessories. The- bridegroom was attended by an uncle of the bride, R. A Milby Williamson, W. Va. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served to the in* so earned the right to attend a 4-H convention next spring at Ames. Members of them team are Marion Jensen and Shirley Marvel. The Swea City Spirit of Service uated from the local high school last spring. Birthday Anniversary Observed- Mrs. W. O. McCullough entertained at her homo Thursday afternoon, honoring Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, who was celebrating a birthday anniversary. Other guests were Mesdames R. P, Norton, M. G. Norton, Emily Spencer, Roy Keen, D, D. Paxson, and D. E. Dewel. Mrs. D. P. Smith is a member of the birthday group, but could not attend because of sickness, and Mrs. - All women of county clubs are Invited to attend. Other Society. T"ho Presbyterian missionary society will meet Thursday at Mrs. Geo. S. John's, with Mrs. Edward Sheohan as assisting hostess. Mrs. Fred Geigel will have charge of tho program. The W. C. T. U. will moot tomorrow (Wednesday) at 2:30 at Mrs. H. E. Morgan's, with Mrs. Morgan's mother, Mrs. Jane Clark, as ---'-"--- hostess. h ° TC:A lllgll. club won second placo at the fair on s. demonstration of curtains This week -~o -.1.^.1 ,TUO ourveu 10 me im- u " «• demonstration mediate relatives. The Sam Medins I'nnde from sacks. THIS week and Mrs, Jesse Wiley were present Thursday this team will demon- flom hnrp strate at the Spencer fair. Members are Betty Anderson and Lucille Rath. Other teams in tho The bridegroom is a graduate of the local high school, also of the Iowa State college, Ames, where he was affiliated with the Farmhouse fraternity and was an honorary member of Alpha Zeta. The bride Is a graduate of the T), Ft 1 i.. , smuunie Ul me Buffalo high school, she also attended Iowa State college. The couple are now at home at Estherville where the bridegroom Is assistant buttennaker in a creamery county won many other prizes. Series of Teas Planned— A series of teas is planned for farm homemakers of the county. The women of Springfield, Hebron, Ledyard, and Lincoln townships are having a tea at Mrs. J. H. Hoi- comb's, Lakota, today (Tuesday) The Eagle, Grant, Swea, and Ha'r- FOSTER'S ^^^^^"••^^^^™ Buy your Furniture for the future as well as the'present. Modern true beauty and enduring style and comfort can be round here . . . the Rev. I. E. Linkletter performing a single-ring service. Following the ceremony, Harold Heeves sang a tenor solo, and Nadine Tro- yak played the recessional. Tho bride wore white lace over satin fashioned in princess style with the floor, length hem ending m a junior train. Her fingertip veil was of tulle, caught into a cap by a coronet braid formed of lace and white rosebuds. She carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley, \ITM 1 to T»/-ir.^r% n«.1 •*•» ** * Dinner Honors Minnesota Guest— Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius entertained Sunday at a family dinner honoring P. C. Reding, Monterey, Minn. Attending: the Andrew Redings, Henry Thilges, and Matt Kirsch families, and Agatha TW1- ges, all of Bode; Mr. and Mrs. John Capesius, Edward Capesius, and the Frank Capesius and Clara Walker families, Algona; tho Mrs. Peter Frahms and Mrs. M. M. Miller, all of Monterey. Farewell for Departing Youth- Gertrude Eichenberger twas host&ss at a farewell party Saturday evening at the Myron Ludwig house honoring Fernley Nolte, who left Sunday with the Gail Pet:its for a two weeks trip to Florida and Texas. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Yale Ewert, Barney Platt, Emma Winters, E. A. Genrich, and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ludwig. Games furnished entertainment, after which lunch was served. white ros&s, and orchids. Mrs. Leroy Ehmsen, sister of "**J.u^,ii, »3iOLCl Ul the bride, matron of honor, wore a gown of yellow mousseline-de-soie and carried a bouquet of token roses The bridesmaids, Mary Jane Flaherty and Margaret Paula On- Calif., wore gowns of blue -. -~. u « uw o, ,uu 1(rj LUIS weeK Wednesday, and the Lotts Creek Union, Plum Creek, and Wesley women will meet with Mrs. Claude Seeley Thursday. Lucile Pepoon county home demonstration agent will be speaker on Helps to Homemakers Offered Through the Home Economics Extension Program Mrs. Alma Jones, extension child development specialist from the State college, will discuss the course to be studied by the women this year and will gave a demonstration on When the Homemaker Acts as Nurse. Meetings in other townships will be announced later. Party Honors Mrs. Danson— Mesdames R. L. Maxwell, Carl Walker, and Floyd Bacon, the lat., o ue - , e a- mousseline-de-soie, and their arm ter of Burt - entertained Saturday bouquets were of Roosevelt roses i! „ Mrs - Maxwell's honoring Mrs. Living Room Suites- Sturdy built 2-piece suits as low as 49.50 See the new Krochler Suites Bed Room Suites 15 New Bed Room Suites Latest finishes and designs. 4-piece Suites, $49.50 and up , — ..„.„ _ L injuot; v cit ruses Kenneth Medin, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and the ushers were Howard and Russell Medin, Algona, also brothers of the bridegroom. After the ceremony, a reception took place at the home of the bride's parents. Later the newly- ] weds left for Mason City where they will make their home. Mrs Medin's going away costume was of black crepe with white accessories. The bride is a graduate of Grant high school, Fort Dodge and the bridegroom was graduated from the btate college, Ames, where he was affiliated with the Farmhouse agricultural fraternity, Alpha Zeta „„ r,w*i u A*UX4UlliJg 1VH.3 . A. Danson. Guests were Mesdames W. C. Irelan, Herman Olson, Fern Drone, Walter Blake L W. Pox Melvin Rieken, Alwin Huenhold P. J. Waldron, Wallace McDougall, Raymond Reid Bur dette T. Agard, and R. O. Bjus trom. The afternoon was spent a bridge, Mrs. Bjustrorn winning the high, and Mrs. Fox being low A two-course luncheon was served. Progressive Dinner Party Given— A progressive dinner was serv- Girl's IJfrthday Observed— ' Mrs. Andrew Johnson entertained at a theater party Sunday afternoon, honoring her daughter Helen who was celebrating her 12th birthday. Guests were Meredith Raney, Patricia Hull, Joan Hilsteadt, and Ruth Anne Sigsbee After the show the group had served a two-course luncheon at the Algonquin. Helen received many birthday tokens. First Lutheran Social Calendar— Hie Lutheran Brotherhood meets this evening at 8 o'clock at the church. The Lutheran League meets tomorrow evening at 7-30 at the same place. The Dorcas society ™ ? V6 a con sregational tea on Thursday evening at 7:30 at Mrs. Alvme Bakken's, with Mrs. Peter Halsrud as assisting hostess. Both -ne men and women are invited to "»i-.J » .nii/iltl .CjUlti UIIU Ut I ana Gamma Sigma Delta. He is Carlson- er was serv ed Saturday evening at the homes or four local ministers. The first course was served at the Rev. and Mrs. R. M. Schwyharfs; the second at the Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Attending from Algona were Mr and Mrs. S. A. Medin, Mr. and Mrs Jesse Willey, Mr. and Mrs. W H Bleich, daughter Joan, Marjorie Phillips, Ellen Stuessy, and Lyle Raney. Sam Medin, father of the two bridegrooms, has been a local milkman for the last 20 years. I-'our-H Winnings at Fairs— The Portland Peppy Pals 4-H demonstration team, which demonstrated a two-way dressing table Placed in the red ribbon class at the recent state fair. Tfie team consisted of Virginia Trenary and LaVonne Ringsdorf. Elizabeth Anne Inman, of the ~-roft Busy Pals, placed in the ribbon group with a demon- last at the Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand's. The party was in hon°[° f , the Rev. Mr. Sjostrand's birthday anniversary and of Mrs Vance's parents, Mr. and Mrs F M' Wagner, who were guests at'the Vance home. Party for College Freshman- Virginia Morck was honoree at a surprise party Monday evening at her home. Guests were Phyllis Sawyer, Enid Fuller, Mildred Pratt Gail Shackelford, Marjorie Phillips' Betty Hilsteadt, Betty Merrill) Maxme Larson, Mary Kathryn Hum, and Mary Louise Gilmore. The evening was spent at bridge, after which lunch was served Virginia will leave Thursday for Minneapolis to attend the Minneasota state university. She was grad- for Faculty Members- Antoinette Bonnstetter and Ber ha Godfrey entertained at a tea,a he former's home Friday after Joon for members of the grad and high school faculties. Frances Measer, former Algona teacher an now superintendent of schools i Humboldt county, and Minnie J Coate, former high school pninci Pal, were also guests-. Music Club Board Meets— Mrs. C. R. Holt was hostess a a Bel Canto music club executive board meeting Monday even ng Ki e 5? W *° attende(J ™»re Mel ' . , , E. C. McMahon Walter Roberts, Eugene Murtagh _ First Lutherans Plan Tea- Members of the First Lutheran church will have a tea at the church this week Thursday even- tog at 7:30. The First Lutheran 2° Ciety has re served Octh ,• °£ a fal1 aupper - This is he first church supper announcement this year. 'vlngton 1'air 82 Years IVed— Mr and Mrs. Peter Waldron en- ertained Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ter une, south of Algona, at dinner X x "!,,£ 0n0r ° f the T erhunes wedding anniversary Mr f? ^ S been a mail c of Irvlngton many years. Bigelows Carpets and Rugs New Fall Stock Buy now before the price advances Foster's L*»»Al m h , f •"• * MY MODERN HOME, 605 E McGregor St., for sale.—A. H. stock 10u45tf WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY —Guy Beenier. Lakota, phone 1U - Up51-52-7 FOUND - PAIR OF GLASSES Uwnor may have by paying for POjTHiNT-EIGHT ACRES OF third crop alfalfa hay.—W H Brandon, phone 7F12. 13u52 hers attended. The afternoon spent at sewing, after which a light lunch was served. Wit Thoma and his orchestra will pla/ for a County club dance at the clubhouse next Monday evening. This will be the first dance since mid-August. The social committee of the Be, Canto music club will meet nexl Tuesday with Mrs. Casey Loss, Mrs. Frances Carmean, Bancroft, is chairman. The St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet this week Thursday nt Mrs. Henry Tjaden's in Union township. The Methodist W. F. M. S. will meet at the church Thursday at 2:30. Members are to turn in mite )oxes. The Rebekahs will meet tonight (Tuesday) at 8 o'clock. Eben Burbank Dies; Services are Today Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon by tho Rev c Paul Carlson at tho McCullough chapel for Ebon Burbank, 85, who died Saturday following a stroke suffered two months ago. Mr. Hur- •brnik was a veteran Algonian, having lived here many years. He was born In Illinois November 30, 1852 and after he grow up was married to Lucy Shcppard, who died two ng,,- years ago They had throe chil- field t ,M "1 dren: Ira, Bert, and Daisy, all of San Francisco. A brother Eli and a sister, Mrs. Bert Cronin. both of Algona, survive. doim ALMOST EVERY DAY SOMEONE comes to buy a package of the Advance's thin yellow second sheets for letter copies. tf THE COURTHOUSE REPORTER •published by the Advance, gives' lions filed In tho county recorder's office.. Every business ostablish- mcnt should be a subscriber. if ADYEJmjRU IS COMING IN TIIK AMKRIGA1T HOY Readers who like adventure and the luro of far places will rind plenty to please them In coining issues of THE AMERICAN BOY Magazine. They'll rend, for | n -, : stance, of seamen and sabotage and San Francisco water-front troubles; of daring adventures In i -ho world of pseudo-science, and of i ff, ud n- boa rd a plunging, rolling I ' *3Bfc FOR SALE—MODEL 0 CASE, 2- row corn picker, priced right — U A. lioleneus, Wesley. 14u51-52 FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE iy 2 -h. P. engine; used two years. I. W. Nelson, Lone Rock. 15p51-52 FOR SALE—McCORMICK-DEER- ing ensilage harvester, with blower.—Call Advance. 10p47-48tf WANTED TO RENT—6 OR 7 room modern house or unfurnished apartment.—Inform the Advance. 14p52 FOR SALE — HOUSE TRAILER 20x8 ft., double walled, reasonable.—G. J. Zwiefel, phone 30F14. 12p50-52 FOUND—3 STRAY CALVES. Owner may have by paying for ad and keep.—Ted Trunnelle, St. Bene- dict - 16p51 .OST — BROWN TIGHT-CURLED hair Chesapeake female dog.— Binder return to Advance office. Reward. call Mrs. K. Vaughan, G14 E St street. Algona. _fop51 WANT TO BUY—SECOND HAND desk, adding machine, display case pltaform scale, cash register —Call Advance. I6u52 PIANO TUNING WANTED — EX- pert work, satisfaction. Many years of experience.-Leave name at Advance office. 15p50-52 AUCTION WEDNESDAY, Sept Jj, Prairie Creek Rumley threshing machine with tractor. — John Killian farm, 2 miles west, one south Wesley. 20J52 LOST—BROWN BILLFOLD NEAR Chrischilles store Monday. Contains important papers. Finder please leave at Advance. — Chas Osborn, Fenton. :8p52 " Q1S - U r?n t0 n ?12 a ^--Wrile Mc- CO., Dept. S, Freeport, Illf- 28p52 DO YOU WANT A GOOD JOB? The way to get ready for it is by attending Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. Our catalogue will be sent to you free upon 31(2)47 (OING TO COLLEGE—YOU WILL need a Remington or an L C Smith-Corona portable typewriter to Help you get good grades All models at the Advance. g tf FOR SALE—30 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars cholera immune, located 3 miles northwest of Whittemore on pave- nent.—Mike Higgins. 22p5l-52 WANTED—A LARGE IOWA FEED company wants district manager nd salesman in this locality. See Wm. H. Murphy at Hotel Algona Wednesday, September 15. 25p52 FOR SALE—C. D. WARD 200-acre farm located 2 J /£ miles north of Algona.—Inquire of Mrs. Ethel Gardner. 17p51-52 WANTED—GIRL OR WOMAN AS helper and companion.—Write or THREE STRAY POLAND CHINA hogs at my place. Owner come for them and pay for this notice and other expense.—John Miller seven miles north of Lu Verne on Sexton road. 30p52 RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on farmers in Kossuth county No experience or capital required HUSBAND AND WIFE TO RUN home-operated grocery agency Everything supplied; no money risk. Earnings up to $200 in a ??M™ Details mailed free.—Write ZANOL, 1159 Monmouth, Cincin- natl - O- 29p52 FOR SALE—194 ACRES well handled stock and grain farm, tiled near St. Benedict, good buildings! new well, graveled road, near school.—For information call or write Mrs. L. A. Boleneus, Wes- ley - 31U51-52 STATJE PBINTING The state Printing Board will receive sealed bids until 11 a. m, thPI «, y V OCt ?!T l ' 1937 ' to furnii * the state with certain work and materials. For specifications ad% T ° m J- White, Superintend- t of Printing, State House, Des Homes, Iowa. 52-1-2 The First Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Chicago owns and offers for sale farms of all types in almost every county in Iowa at attractive prices and upon easy terms. Write Harold Oldham, Iowa Sales Supervisor, 1201 Urbandale ave., Des Moines. THE ADVANCE SELLS writer ribbons. TYPE- tf battleship. They'll read, too, of excitement aboard a transport plane blaring over jungled Mexican mountains, and of stranger planes that are not bound to earth but swing through the noiselessness of space. Readers can follow a young ex-Mountie as 17"" 1 bo />, NOTE flcp 'Ptlnns 5 iopy. business lar.s- ( . arc this Exclusive at Chrischilles ...to the Smart, Y ^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^••^^^^^•^^^•nB^^H^^^^^MII^^HII Boys and Girls Ride a Coast-to-Coast Bike to School Used bikes for sale. Trade in your old bike today. We allow up to $15 for your old bike. Complete with chain guard CHECK THKSK F1UTDBES- 1, Texas type handle bars 2, Double bar frame 8. Double truss fork 4. Genuine troxel saddle 5. Genuine new departure coaster brake. 6. Genuine Bollfast pedals 1, Enameled chain guard Others ask the same price, I* only Coast-to-Coast stores g» e all these features! Buy tola ^ now and enjoy it for years' come I Only at Coast-to-Coast Stores do you find values like this! Joe Bloom

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