Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1938
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JANUARY 18,1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Sptcer Upper ! tOWER PRINTS Uolorful nosegay or Dlashy flower prints |p. dark grounds. Sat- frns, taffetas, crepes. iresensky's NEW ,. FOR YOU ! DIES FAMILIES, OF IRVINGTON, TO ST. PAUL Irvington, Jan. 12—H. J. Gles and -sons Herman and Dan left Friday morning in Dan's truck for St. Paul to prepare to move their respective families there. Mrs. H. J. Gles and Mrs. Herman Gles and two daughters o.re staying with Mrs. Dan Dies and sons as their furniture was taken when the men. went Friday. H. J. and Herman have been farming near Lu Verne, but recently had a farm sale. Dan has lived in,the former Blythe house in Irvington and trucked. The father and two sons plan to purchase a grocery and meat market in St. Paul. Dan is an amateur ,radio enthusiast and had many . interesting items of equipment at his home- hero. School Bus Discontinued- Mrs. O. L. Miller, who has taken several high school pupils to and from school since September, discontinued at the Christmas vaca- "Birthdays In December" Group Meets at Good Hope Good Hope. Jan. 12—Last Thursday at Good Hope parsonage, Mrs. Tom Reid and Mrs. Allen Wood were hostesses- to a group having December birthdays who for several years have been meeting together annually for an oyster supper in celebration of their respective anniversaries. The first one was held at the A. B. Bernau home five years ago. Belonging to the group are Messrs, and Mesdames Chas. Potter, Elmer Potter, A. E. Clayton, A. C. Bernau, all of So. Cresco neighborhood, Scott Moore, from east of Algna, and Tom Reid and the Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood, 'served by the Aid. There will be no charge for anything. Good Hope friends of the chuvoh are cordially Invited to be present. Monthly Forums 1'lnnnod— The first of a series of monthly forums for discussion of religious ""?' T V' r> °"-'«*ier, o: m.aati™,, h v ™ an ,ho™ of +h n nn n. and Henry, son of Mr. WESLEY GIRL IS MARRIED IN ALGONAGHURGH Wesley, Jan. 12—The marriage of Eleanor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Strickler, of Wesley, questions by members of the con- gregatlon will be held January 23 at the usual Sunday, hour at and Mrs. Henry Miller, Fon Du Lac, Wis., solemnized Sunday noon at both Whittemore and Good Hope Methodist churches. The question under discussion will be, "In what sense is Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the sect called Christian, different as related to the human race was the Ing church in following the services by the Rev. Algona morn- P. G. Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Moore than the so-called saviours buch tlon. Ruth and Helen Leigh are doing light housekeeping at William Baker's. Betty Miller is staying with her aunt! Audrey Fry, and Gene Colwell is rooming at Clyde'Cooper's. Arvllla Hudson is riding hack and forth with the Marshall boys. Pauteen Qelp is also riding with the Marshalls. Mrs. Miller plans to continue ( her school bus when the weather'and roads are more dependable. Schumachers to Florida— Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher, i who recently came from Woodbine, where Mr., Schumacher has been superintending a road job, plan to leave this week Wednesday for Florida to spend the remainder of the winter. They will be accompanied by . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Menkc. The trip will- be made by car and trailer house. The Schumachers and Mr. and Mrs. Mcnke visited California last winter. Goes to Texas on Yisit— Pauleen Black, who recently finished a course at the Thompson beauty school, DCS Moines, loft Saturday morning for Texas with Mrs. William Warner, of Minneapolis. She will return in time to take the state board beauty examinations in April. Pauleen assisted Mrs. Warner and her children for several months a few years ago. , Piano for Sunday School— A second hand piano has been purchased and installed in the church parlor for the benefit of the primary department. The organ which has been in the church parlor since the piano was purchased far the church has been sold to Marie Weiner for use in and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter were unable to .be present owing to illess in their families. The Potters had two grandchildren who were at their home come, down with scarlet fever the middle of the week. Anniversaries to bo celebrated were Mra. Chas. Potter, December 3, A. E. Clayton, December 7, Tom Reid, December 11, Mrs. Elmer Potter, December 13, A. C. Bernau and Mrs. Scott Moore, December 15, and Allen Wood, December 23. Following supper the evening up to a late hour was spent in visiting. Butler to Glye Talk— A church night is being planned for next week Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at Good Hope Community room which should attract most of the people of the community. An informal talk, Boags, and a general social get-together constitutes the program. The ' talk will be given by W. V. Butler, of the Ben Franklin store, Algona. In former years Mr. Butler wafj of the engineering force of a British company doing prospect work in interior Africa. He relates many interesting experiences and has home valuable and intriguing souvenirs which he brougnt back with him. A covered-dish lunch will be as Confucius, Gautama the Buddha, Mohammed, etc of other relig- iious sects?" Opportunity for asking related questions will be given members of the audience. Surprise Tarty is Given— A surprise 6:30 o'clock dinner In honor of the birthday anniversary of "Bob" Harvey was served last Wednesday by Mrs. Harvey. A unique candle lighting scheme and place cards characterized the setting of the table. Guests present were Messrs, and Mesdames Joe Reid, ' Roy Mrs. Braner using the single ring ceremony. The bride was dressed in a white satin floor length gown and wore a finger-tipped length tulle veil with white accessories. She carried a bouquet of white gardenias. Her bridesmaids were Leah iStrlcker, cousin of the bride, and Frieda Miller, sister of the bridegroom, one wearing pale green and the other old rose, each having shoulder bouquets. The bridegroom's attendants were Elmer Strieker, brother of the bride, and Dave Strieker, of Mason City, cousin of the- bride. The bridal party entered, the church to the strains of Lohen- spent Monday afternoon it Her- Ostercamp's, nortteast of man town. All the children in PAGE THRMH the Ostercamp family have recently had the whooping cough, and) all are making a satisfctory recpvery at this time. Mrs. Henry Weiland, who submitted to an operation ai. Mercy hospital in -Mason 'City a fortnight before, returned home one day last week. She Is making satisfactory recovery, but wil. be unable to very active for a leriod of time. The four circles of dist Aid will meet th Wednesday with individual esses for each group. Ea is doing some project meeting the year's budget in hurch work. The baby girl born to VTrs. Erling Flom last W night has- been named <ay. Mrs. Flom and infai t daugh- er are expected home f-otn the Cossuth hospital the latter part of his week. Prayer meetings whlnh were held last week are bein; continued for several weeks, with meet- I ngs held each Tuesday afternoon at various homes. This jweek the roup gathered at the pie Flom home. I The first semeter at the public school Is ending this Week with semester examinations teing giv- Mrs. Braner at the the the and Elmer Alt. The latter shared something of the glamour of the occasion as his birthday was the Thursday following. After dinner the group played games. Other Good Hope. The Good Hope Aid met lost Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was given at the home of the bride's parents, north of Wesley, with immediate relatives and a few personal friends present. They left that evening for a few days wedding trip to Clear Lake and Mason City, later leaving for Fon Du Lac, Wis. Wednesday at Community room: w here Mr. Miller is employed as for a business and social meeting, ( foreman in the railroad shops, and with 20 present. Mrs. L. E. aad| wne re they will make their home Mrs. Wm. Broesder were hostesses. A group of neighbors were guests Friday evening at ' Ben Reid's at a demonstration dinner. [MOLDED SUITS $ 10.95 I Slim, trim, young 1 suits that mould and I flatter your figure. I Fine wool. v Jresensky's LEDYARD BOYS BEAT LAKOTA; GIRLS BESTED Ledyard, Jan. largest crowds 12—One gathered of the Friday night to see the Lakota-Ledyard games. Every seat and every of standing room was filled. bit In at Jule Sifert's. The €harles Basharas visited Sunday at Joe Hamsey's in Armstrong. The Otto Persig family, of Blue Earth, called at William Flynn's Sunday. St. Benedict The bride received her educa tion in the Algona high schoo with Mr. Miller finishing higl school and attending college a Lincoln, Neb. critically ill at her home north of town over the week-end. Mrs. E. M. Olson will be hostess to the Study club in her home next week Thursday afternoon. The W. F. M. S. met Friday with Mrs. Arthur Bottom at the Metho* dist parsonage. Metho- week host- ;h circle toward Mr. and ednesday Sandra en this week, who mot the Several requirements were rades and deportment empt. One of the David Johnson girls, Minneapolis, arrived ir students for ex- Wesley Tuesday to spend a week visiting her cousins, Enar and Hdleu Franzen. Mrs .G. F. Sitcker was reported What Is It? We are gping to have a sale but I do not know what to call it. It is not a January clearing sale for we had very Ittle left after the holidays. It is not a money-raising sale for bills are all paid. It is not an old-fashioned sale for everything in the store is new. It is not a removal sale, for we are going to stay right where we are. Might as well call it just what it is—a CUT PRICE SALE of new goods just bought at the new low prices for spot cash. Bargains! Bargains! Everything in the store at reduced prices during the month of January. Shoes, oxfords, jackets, underwear, dress shirts, work shirts, odd pants, flannel shirts, sweaters, blazers, hosiery, scarfs, gloves, and mittens all marked down. This is Bargain Month at Neville's. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN l!l!ll!!in!!ii!{!l!lll!!!i!!llllll!!l!lllli!llflllllM P. T. A. to Meet Monday- The January meeting Wesley Parents-Teachers The was card party Monday well attended. night First of the association will be held next Monday night at the Kleinpeter hall. It is expected that Antoinette Bonnstetter, of Algona, will be the principal speaker expounding on the subject of "The Work of the School Nurse." Musical numbers will be furnished by a trio with Jean Bottom on the violin, Ruth Mary Seefeld on the flute, and LaVon Gerdes on the piano; and a vocal duet by Violet Simpson and accompanied by a her school braith. house, east of Gal- Cnr Injuries Troublesome— Lewis Scheppman is still troubled with an injury on one knee, the result of an auto accident at Christmas. Other occupants of the car, which skidded on the icy roads and went into the ditch, were Le Roy Scheppman and Fay Gress. Fay also received a slightly Injured leg. Bridge Club Entertained— Mrs. John Weldert entertained the members of her bridge club and their husbands last Wednesday evening. Present were Messrs, and Mesdames Ben Dwenger, Lew the game at Lakota the Ledyard girls and the Lakota • boys won. Friday night the games were again divided, but this time the Lakota girls won 31-27. This game was close throughout, the score being tied a good share of the time. The Ledyard girls failed to make the most of their free throws, thus putting them behind. The boys' game, while not as close a game, was just as interesting and ended 27-20 in Ledyard's favor. Church Meeting is Changed— The time of the annual business meeting of the Reformed church has been changed to next Sunday forenoon instead of in the afternoon as previously announced. There will be no Sunday school, and the services will begin at 10 o'clock and the business session . , prize for bridge went to Thos. Me- itar j d . b Miss sim p so n. A = Mahon Wesley, and Mrs. Leonard ° ommittee ln charge w m serve re- = Arndorfer, and first m "500" to I fresnments and a hearty welcome = Alnovf n-**,a nrHnno-f f nnrl Cain-no _ ... _ •*••• will begin immediately services. The services after will the i be 1 Robison, Garman, Rudolph Willrett, Lewis and John Fraser. Mrs. Dwenger was assistant hostess. To Iowa City Hospital— An ambulance from Iowa short and will be held in English. Card Party is Given- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Krammers- meier entertained at a card party Friday evening. The following attended Mr. and Mrs. Chris Oel- haus, Doris Welfare, Mr. and Mrs. John Krammersmeler, Mr. and Mrs. George Looft, Irvin and Karl City | Krammersmeier, and Mr. and Mrs. i, I came to William Gronbach's a Alfred Krammersmeier. week ago Tuesday morning and took Louie Gronbach back to a hospital for more treatments. Louie is suffering from a severe eye infection, and has been at Iowa City several times. Has Job in Algona— Lucile Black, who returned December 6 after completing a secretarial course at Minneapolis, h'as started work at the Kruse-Blossome insurance office, Algona. Other Irvington. ' Mrs. Robert Casey was honored with a surprise birthday party at the Ornie Behrends home Sunday night. Attending were the William Metzens, William Boldridges, Vern' Barkers, Francis and Joe McConnell. Three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Behrends, from the north end of the county, were also present. The Rudolph Wlllretts went to Fred Willrett's, north of Algona, last Thursday evening to honor the latter, Mrs. Willrett's 70th birthday. The Albert and Herman Willretts, of near Fenton, were also present. The mother was presented with a plant. Paul Black, student at Iowa City, returned to school early last week, accompanied by his brother Mores After 40 Years— Will Hagedorn, of Hubbard, came to help his parents, the John Hagedorns, move into a home recently purchased in Elmore; The Hagedorns lived on this place more than 40 years. His youngest son moved onto the farm. COAL [ore Heat [Less Money Raesly 7X5 No, Main ••llisV-^^ b*ot™^ , tffe'fVh M Phone 834 George Basliaras Have Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara received announcement of ' the birth of an 8%-lb. daughter to Mr. and Mrs. George Bashara December 27, in Los Angeles, Calif. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle visited at Fred Looft's in Swea City Sunday afternoon. Mrs.' Looft is home from the hospital, but will have to have her arm in a cast for two months yet. Mrs. Gusta Ploeger, of Hubbard, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. John Hagedorn, and also at Simon Goeke's for several weeks. She came to help Mrs. Hagedorn move. Cleo Gable returned Sunday evening to Forest City to resume her work at Waldorf college after a three weeks vacation with her mother, Mrs. Martha Gable. Mrs. Max Nitz accompanied her brother, William Lang, of Elmore, Albert Grandjenett and Selena Kunlcel. Mrs. Leonard Ai'ndorfer and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer will give another card party January 18. Frances Dunlap went to Iowa City Monday for medical treatment. She had been under a doctor's care almost a year, but has not recovered. Mrs. John Grandjenett has been suffering considerably with infection in one ear. Mrs. Matt Bormann entertained her bridge club Sunday evening. A shower Sunday was given in honor of Marie Arndorfer Siemer at the St. Benedict hall and was well attended. The honoree received many useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. .Siemer will make their home on the Nick Roskopf farm after March 1. Frank Grandjenett, who formerly had a pool hall at Rolfe, has sold it and is now calling on relatives and friends before going to Milwaukee, Wis., to spend some time with four sisters there. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer and children were Friday evening guests at Mike Arndorfer's. , There will be a miscellaneous shower in honor of Valerian Stuf- llck-Johnson Sunday at the parish hall. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson were Monday afternoon callers at the George Johnson's, near Irvington. The Kunkels' landlord arrived Sunday to make arrangements for some home for them to set up housekeeping. The larger children, are practically recovering from whooping cough and were able to attend church services Sunday. The Leo Studer, Chas. Stufliek, and William Ricke families and Donna Stufliek, Algona, were visitors at George Ricke's for an oyster stew Sunday evening. Mrs. Wm. Johnson has been in bed with the flu several days. Donna Stufliek, of Algona, vislt- d at her parents' home Sunday. Charles Stufliek Jr. left last week Tuesday morning for Los Angeles, Calif., whore he will fin- sh his Diesel work. He was accompanied by L. D, Johnson as ar as Iconium, Mo.,-who was here or his brother Win. C. Johnson's vedding. shower ai house lasl is extended to all in the community to attend whether they have signed 'up for membership or not. S55 Shower Given at Hutchins— jjjjj: Several women from this com- sa munity were among guests at the as miscellaneous bridal the Hutchins school Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs I-— Arthur Garman, nee Neva Gail — Weiland. The bride received many pretty and useful gifts for her new sa home. Sne Brass In Tlsti— 'Sue Brass, Des Moines, arrived in Wesley Saturday morning to visit her isister, Mrs. J. T. Meurer, and with her father, Peter Brass, who Friday was taken to the Kossuth hospital for medical treatment, following illness here at the home of his daughter. Other Wesley News. Hilda -Goetz returned to her work as nurse at a government hospital- in Milwaukee Sunday evening following a visit here ince Friday with her parents, he Anton Ooetzes. Mr. and Mrs. George Hauptmann, Charles City, Uso spent Sunday here with her parents, the Anton Goetzes. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson Hugh, with He had spent the holidays;to Arnboy, Minn., and visited their his parents, the " James | sister, Mrs. Gus Martin, a week Blacks. The youngest daughter Mary is a student nurse in a hospital there. Harold and Edmond Frideres plan to move some time this week to a farm which they ( have rented near Ottosen. Harold has worked for the George Wagners for four years. Edmond has worked for the past year at John Redding's. v It is reported that Duane Riley, patient at an Iowa City hospital, may he able to return home soon. He will probably have to return to ago Monday. Claude Reece was rushed to the hospital at Mankato .Sunday. It was not known whether he had ulcers or appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner Iowa City often and treatment. for observation and sons visited Sunday with Mrs. aunday evening. Frank Nitz, Ed Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mayberry, West Bend, were entertained at I* B. Colwell's Friday evening. The Friendly club met last week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Tony Klopster. assisted. The be with Agatha TWlges Mr. and Mrs. 0. I*. prs. Tony Becker next meeting "will e»te» evenfcg. Guests were the Charles Egels, It, U. ColweUa, ajjd Mr. Saturday and Knoner's sister at Storm Lake. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Storey entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Grau- ner and Mr. and Mrs. John Holt Munger, Victor Weaver, and John Manthei were business callers in Algona Saturday morning. Mrs. L. A. Nitz and Lorenz were dinner guests Hendrickson'e. fifth birthday. The Harm Dontje family visited Mrs. DonWs parents, the K. G. Johnsons, Sunday afternoon, Mrs. H. M. Dyer was called to Cylinder Sunday by the critical illness of aer mother. Poris McCay, ol Britt, vlsite4 feer friend, lona Berbow, from Mosday till yiMystey. • >- < Mr. aaA Mrs- J. JJ. Welfew po;ri* Sunday at Mike It was- Melvin's VULCANIZE Your Cut Tires Get many more miles in safety at small cost., DUTCH'S SUPER SBB7IOB Plume 15LL TWO DAYS ONLY | Tuesday & Wednesday | January 18 and 19 1 Kresensky's 1 ^HIIIIIllilllllllllllllllllillllllllM KNIT DRESSES $3 and $5 Smartly styled knits, perfect for now and later. Lovely pastels. Sizes 12 to 20. Tfesiis prov<e IsO-vis makes cold starting •','- v . i , < -.... . , , ^^ ' ; --' , > ,> \X'' *'-,,. •• '•• -. •' J easier than any other motor oil! Tbiee Fins Motoi Oils Iso=Vis in cans SOlaqt.* lso=Visinbulk25taqt.* Polarine in bulk ZOpaqt.* Stanolindinbulklbfiaqt* Dutch's Super-Service Specialized Lubrication Crankcate Flushing Motorola Car Radio* Goodyear Batteriet Greasing and Washing Standard OiUnd OA» Brake Service

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