Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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&UARY 24, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THRICt HANDBAGS .$100 " ; , i Carry a, bright bag for spring* Glossy patents, gabai'dines. new "grain leathers. Newest shades. i * \ t x Kresensky's GORWITH GIRLS WINTWOGAMES AND LOSE TWO 'Corwith, Feb. 15 — The girls' high school basket ball team went to Thompson last week Wednesday evening to play Crystal Lake In a sectional tournament and won 42-24. Thursday evening they play- Child Care Lessons Are Studied by Women's Group iSwea-Eagle, Feb. 23—The four-1 tal, Esthervllle, and who received th home project training school, a bad back injury while pushing for Swea and Harrison township a car in December, was able to was held Tuesday at the Swea'sit up in a wheel chair last weak Community hall. This was the Friday for the first time. His gen- CHANGES DUE ON PORTLAND FARMS MAR, Portland, Twp., Feb. 22—March last lesson on Child Care and era! carillon is much improved, ™; ll , an "' Twp '!' **"•, f-Marcn rr-nir,!™ Tho anhiopt fnr t.hla hut hta iimha nm B Hii nnroiviort. will bring a number of changes on ! farms in Portland. The Waif Walt- mans go to a Corwith farm, the Training. The subject for this t but his limbs are still paralyzed. lesson was, New Ways in Mother: -—Baby Care, which included infants Wedding Bate Observed— clothine kick proof sleeping! 'Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berggren Ralph Carneys, Burt, coming here. blanket and making an Improved'and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Johnson Aage Hansons move to Irvlngton ed Grant township, again winning, j. . .' . p at t e rn9 were cut of and son's Wallace and Morris were township, and the Edw. Hoppes, 31-23; but Friday evening they | ,' *. blan i< et S H PS ant i infant Sunday guests »at Anna Larson's Fairmont, will have the place the dress Articles from previous les-' in Swea City in honor of the Hansons vacate. The James Ship- were at Tony Jandl's Saturday and Sunday. Patty, 3-yr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, is recovering from an intestinal attack. The George Goddens, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at Geo. Lan- nlng's. lost to Leland, 49-31, and Saturday night lost to Manly In finals, 33-32. Woman's Birthday Celebrated — Sor- sons were brought for exhibit, and ! Berggren wedding anniversary, lers will move to a recently pur- »*-"**•* TIWM»J""V.»O " i •«..._ T f _ _ _ f _ I _ rt -*«•„,. j-itin nn*1 Fn »!»-« »i *-,..* V» r^t A 1 rvnnn n *l f I Friends 1 gathered at Emil enson's Sunday to surprise Mrs. ; . Sorenson on her birthday 'anniver-i Al> sary. The party brought well fill- | was ed baskets and served a 1' dinner. Guests were the Johnsons, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wes-! Mrs. n. motion picture was taken to be Anna Larson ia a sister of v Mrs. ( chased farm north of Algona, and Achievement Day. A; Berggren and'Myron Johnson. the tlerber^ Nelsons will have the shown at Covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Lucille Pepoon, H. D. The meeting Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Kenning Fromm's present Shipler place. Tom Claytons will move to a farm GRANT CLUB PLANS PLAYS AT LEDYARD week, and "Bill" Wiemer worked there In his place. 'Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Darnell, Estherville, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at the parental Busch home. D. A. Carpenter and his son. Elvin attended an International meeting at Algona last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lloyd have *. new 7%-lb. daughter, born last week Thursday. James Darnell is visiting thJa week at his cousin, Orville Blint'a, Fairmont. of Brlcelyn, Minn., were guests of Mrs. Fromm's parents, Hack Improved— I Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olson. Tankard Carlson reports I James and June, children of Mr. Sunday Neitzels will succeed them here. Ledyard, Feb. 22— On Tuesday, March 8, the Grant Fellowship club will present two one-let plays in the H. S. auditorium here the Durwoo'd under auspices of the Ledyard jonnsons, mr. ana ivirs. .I'jiiiu wes- »"»• -«—-•- Mottle. I nnrl Mr« ronrtm T-Tnrnpr Viivn the ter, Wesley, the Westergards,_ Ft. | that her brother'Raymond^ Nettle: and Mrs. George Harner , havo Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larsen, Corwith, daughter Esther, and S. Christiansen, Omaha. Boy Breaks Arm Again- Hard luck still pursues little Marvin, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson. At play at his home one day last week he fell, and an arm was broken. This was the second time this winter, for three months ago he broke the same arm. A week after that accident he came down with scarlet fever. Independents Lose One, Win Two The local independents B. B. ton, who is at the Coleman hospi-; mumps. ILLINOIAN AND L, R, GIRL WED LASTTHURSDAY John SchnC'ider will move to a place east of Bancroft, and Edw. Baske will have the farm which the Schneiders now have. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long will move to the old Chubb farm, which is being va- ,cated hy the Henry Dirksens, and i Krueger gave him a blood trans-j the Walter Faulstiches, from near fusion. Mrs. Deinpscy at Hospital— Mrs. "John Dempsey entered Fenton, will have the farm the Herman Bleichs are leaving. Ion a Godfredson returned Sun- ft day from two weeks with relatives team lost to a Clear Lake five In Jane to Albert son of Mr had a major morning. Sheep-Shearing Season Opens— Ronald Christenson is shearing- sheep for Chester Bailey, near Al- Lone Rock, Feb. 22—Mr. and . gona( a i so for otner f arme rs there. Mrs. L. B. Hollister announce the marriage of their daughter Coila and hospital at Fairmont Sunday and at Jewell. She came back with operation Monday Mrs. George Larsen, who went a north lo'wa tournament one evening last week. They played the Mason City Coca Cola team last Mr. Other Lone Honk. and Mrs. Gordon Blan- down Saturday to visit 'two married daughters there. reppy Pals Hear Prograin- The Portland Peppy Pals met with Darlene and Iva Marie Brayton Saturday. A talk on courtesy In the home was given by Ruth McFarland; a health talk by Mary- There will be and the pro- Methodist Aid. These plays were recently staged at Grant and were a decided success. admission charges ceeds will be divided between the Grant club and the local Aid. The first play is Pa's New Housekeeper and is the story of a widower who via an old buddy has hired a housekeeper with possible further intentions. The cast is: Pa Jackson, widower who has intentions, Roy Mino; son, Donald Mayne; Jlmmie, his Jack Brown, friend, Edwin Allen; Mattie Jackson, Jimmie's sister, Helen Jacobsen; Mollle Holbrook, friend, Lois Zielske; Mrs. I. 0. Pounce, the widow ? ? ? The second play is City Rubes, and this Is the story o'f an Irishman and a Jew, with the trials and tribulations they when they hire out to encounter a farmer. Mrs. John Ambrose, Jollet, 111. The marriage took place last I the parental J. M. Blanchard's. week Thursday afternoon at 4:30 Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards, son chard Olin snpnt the week-end at Hn Long; another on selection of, The production is packed full of chaid, Ul.n, spent the w.ett end «, plctureab by Leola B unkofske; and laugh.s. The cast consists of Pat- week Tuesday night and won and at the Baptist church, Bancroft, Ralph| accompaniecl by Mr9 . EUza Thursday evening played Humboldt here, again winning, 54-51. Sconts Meet for Program- All boy scouts were present at a meeting last week Monday evc- the Rev. S. M. Glailstono, assisted by the Rev. P. L. Patten, pastor, performing a single-ring cere- Richards and Nellie Ward, Algona, spent Sunday at A. D. Green - iped office is just .,..__. ___ TT ___- to determining , : , :w!*?tiier|gKr.:;iipt your eyes need glaeees as is the Skill of. the^man making the exam/ ihation. That is why we arc - proudpfpurequipment—the • newest and best that science can produce!. This combined ' of experi- . lor complete and;- thorough eye service W. Amunson . _. ,.•, t «j •. . Orer Borehmrdt's Drug Store. PRIVATE SALE • OF Tex., and of my You nihg at the school house, studied camping, Junior Oxley ave a current event, Vidal Bonnstetter described an Ideal camping site, and Jlmmie Larson and Konald Stephens passed tests. Surprise for Mrs. Mclntyre— Neighbors and other friends surprised Mrs. Eugene Mclntyre at her home last week Tuesday evening, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. The evening was spent at 500, and lunch furnished by the guests was served. Grandson for the Scaces— Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace went to LeMars one day lost week to make the acquaintance of a new grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. Wendal Boyland, Sibley. This is the second Boyland son. Mrs. Boyland is the former Lois Scace. S. S. Class Has Party— The Methodist girls' Sunday school class taught by Mrs. Harry Colwell was entertained at a. Valentine party at Evelyn Weber's last week Monday. Shower for a Kewlywed— A post-nuptial shower was given at the Stilson church Saturday evening for Mrs. Eunice Cockrel, formerly Eunice Slagle. They Me . The bride was attired in a mony. Mrs. E. L. Franks played field's, Sexton. The Alton Hurl- Lohengrin's wedding march, and'hurts, Whittemore, were at Will- Mrs. R. E. Weber sang Oh Promise iam Nelson's. 'Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, daughter Kathryn, and Bertha and Leona streetlength royal blue velvet 'Schiltz, Bancroft, took Mrs. Fran- dress, with gold accausories, and | cis Poole to her home at Ft. Dodge Sunday. She had spent the week with her mother Mrs. Ste'britz, and her grandmother, Mrs. Kate carried a bouquet of yellow jonquils. Harriett Heiter, cousin of the one on building winter feed stations for birds by Mary Janice McWhorter. Music and picture memory work was started. Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf is new leader. Wins in Fiddlers' Contests- Mrs. Del Fitch entered an old- time violinists' exhibition recently at the Titonka theater and won a second prize in one contest and a third prize in another. There were seven contestants. bride, served us maid-of-h-'mor, Hawks. and she and tiie bridesmaid, Beu- Mr. and Mrs, V. J. Gross were lah Gladstone, wore attired in a Sunday dinner guests of the Rev. wine-velvet, with gold accespor- and Mrs. A. H. Woods, Good Hope. ies. Vernon Holllslor, brother the bride, was bo.=it man. Following th? waddln? a tecop- men going to Lu Verne for a sale, tlon tea was given to 40 relatives Calvin Householder, Chicago, and friends at the church, Hat- spent from Saturday evening till of Mrs. Gross spent Monday with i Mrs. Lloyd Gross, Good Hope, the riett Heiter and Baulali Gladstone pouring. The couple left the same evening for Joliet for a visit before departing Saturday fir a month in the south with a prolonged, visit at Miami. The new Mrs. Ambrose was graJ Monday here with his family, and Sunday afternoon visitors there were the Rev. Wolfes and F. W. Wolfe, Fenton. f The John Geitzenauers, Armstrong, were last week Tuesday evening guests at Delbert Geitzenauer's, and Mrs. John Geitzen- uated from the Lone Rock high auer remained for a few days fur- school in 1935, then spent one. year .ther visit. at Buena Vista college, fol'owed Mr. and Mrs. by a semester at Joliet Jr. college. Fenton, were George Jentz of Sunday dinner Children Hare German Measles— A planned farewell party for the Aage Hansens has been cancelled because three small Hansen children have German measles. Farewell for the Waitmans— A farewell party was given by neighbors for the Waif Waitmans at the Waitman home Sunday evening, and 60 attended. Party Honors the Shiplers— Neighbors gathered at James Shipler's Friday evening for a farewell party. Four tables of 500 were in play. Other Portland News. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee attended a 500 card party at Robert Ackermann's Friday evening. Four ta- rick Murphy, bold Bostonian, D. R. Dinsmore; Isadore Koniwitz, from New York, Wallace Reynolds; Alice Gorham, farmer's daughter, Catherine Allen; John Trumbull, hired man, Harold Fischer; Roscoe Gorham, owner of farm, Martin Gabel. Before the plays the. Ledyard high school girls- glee club will sing several numbers, and between plays R. 0. Norris, music instructor, will give vocal selections. Gets Pepper Into Eyes— Little Arden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske, had a painful experience one day last' week. His mother had filled a pepper-shaker, and when he picked it up he got pepper Into his eyes. He was taken to Doctor Storey for treatment. State Bank is Reroofed— The Peterson roofing concern at Mason City re-roofed the State bank building last week Monday. Portions of the roof had been torn off In a recent windstorm. "•> ---------- i , t a —.,, •- , m. Tf tJl J-U«>111J- O A 1 1 llitVJ C*Vii»*4»to» *x^fc*i 1.1* Mr. Ambrose was graduated from guests of the Theo. Kruegers. j 1)leg were in j Hign £or meQ Joliet township school in 1927, Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton, spent the i wflg WQn b R Black> and H ow- and lie later attended the Moller week-end with Elma Krueger. | ard Sallsbury wa s low. High for School of Beauty Culture in Chi-, The Harlan Blanchards, Mr. and |Women wag WQn b Mr3 Elza cago. Tho couple will live at Jo- Mrs. Donald Blanchard, and Mr.; liet ed. Homo I'mjcct 3l"et Held- ,. The couple will live at ^o-, Mrs. uonaid Blancfiara, ana Mr.j Wolt and Mrs c> E iSigsbeo was where Mr. Ambrose is emp.oy- a nd Mrs. Gordon Blanchard, Ol- I j The fami i y nign g(;ore W as in, were Saturday evening dinner n ' b M flnd Mrs< p Blac , k- guests of .the Chester Almes. School Kids Have Holiday— There was no school Monday, because a break in a water main caused water to be shut off. Other Ledyard News. Tho cashier, Mr. Billsboro, the Swea City branch of the Ledyard State bank here, was sick last Glamour in your added beauty and grace... through the perfect com- foil of these high style arch shoes. Of GABARDINE with CALF or PATENT.,, designed over DIMENSIONAL EQUALIZER tASTS, WidtUa AAAA,, to ,E. The George Lowdenhergs, Arm- . , A Sonocn-Penton home project stv W6re Sunday gu6sts o£ tne all-day meeting.*- held Fnday at Merle Culbertson , M , Other Corwitli News. TVTv« T-Tnrrv ^VicknftTn 3.11(1 n6r . „.. „„., _. *IA^»»W uu.^u* *. UV ..M. -—. —— twin sons James and John visit- Mrs. Eugene Pearson's Ihe les- Bert gpeth> Lotta greek( twin auuo o«* « i>/r,,iv,oo '—„ ,,,r,o mi npw wnvs in mother- „:„„ „,,„„<.„ *!,„,.„ _, _ Sunday guests at George Larsen's were Mr and Mrs Sterling son was 2-burner stove with nator refrigera- BflaV - Ind., was also turn trip Mrs. Wicham and hei ie? to have a?4- Ion" we P re to'spend': few days"at ^^nent day7 Miss' Pepoon took arold Anderson's, Waterloo. * moving pictures of the group to •Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jesse en- j De shown at that time. , r+ j — __ A ..*ntili~. or f\\ Tvtfl 1 T— "' . tertained Sunday evening at Fair view. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. L...Masterson.Mr. and Mrs C will •wmm wwiis^' EV, EDWIN [• HANCOCK ._ , rnn I'Cook"Algona and con brother and his wife, Mr, Virgil Miller, Albert Lea. tertainment was 500. Mrs. Jessie's SERY OCK and more ik than ever be- Ifipr our new free ! j$t>fj£a money-saver. ,pe Service NURSERY >rd, Iowa Evergreens are •powing" new ways in mother- > e^ in 7^ uest r tore.' !«"» Mrs - Stanley Larsen, and'the - ~ Mrs. EM. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs.'.Henry Nelsons, all of Waterloo. Jensen, and Mrs. W. J. Cot- The Nelsons also visited the S. M. drove to Dolliver last week Petersons. Wednesday for the day at Mrs. V. The Chester Fitches, of Sexton, L. Whalen'e. spent several days last week with week Tuesday at Mrs. A. C. Wies- j The Delmar Angus family, Al- the Del Fitches. Del was not en- brod's, Fenton, to plan for Achle-! gon£lj Gerald Angus, and Mrs. joying his usual good health last ,_._ „»,._ -o^^r, tnnir Lawrence Dittmer were Sunday week. dinner guests of the R. T. Angus j M rSi Raymond Bierstedt, Lone family. 'Rock, spent Saturday with her Charles Hawks, Spirit Lake, and mo ther, Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, and his children were Sunday guests of . ne ip e d can meat for summer use. Sto L. H. Girl Coaches H. n. Team— Vera Morris and Louise '" M] , g _ Kate Hawks and calle(J on ] , g _ ae aws Cowrie teachers, were Sunday ar- Marlows, Burt. - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamm entertained friends from RenwicK at oyster supper Saturday oven- The guests included the E. C Krafts, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kraft, son Larry, and Joe and ternoon guests at Charles Morris's Vera coaches a Cowrie girls B B team which won a Webster county tourney but lost in the Falls and Fractures, leg. •Lu«Verne, Feb. 22—J. S. Stauffacher fell and suffered a fractur- Elda Jandl, Fort Dodge, and a week-end "guest, Veneda Wlllret, last round in a sectional tourna- ed rlght leg at tne gating rink at ment at Stanhope. This was the Livemore recently. He was first first year Gowrle had had a girls taken to p or t Dodge, where the (_ ean i. fracture was reduced, and he is way, anc terained the Hawthorne camp or the R. N. A. Thursday evening, following a "regular meeting at the Legion hall. Doris and Wilma Merriam were week enders with their parents. Doris teaches at McGregor, and Wilma is a Mason City student I'liocbo Morgan is Improved— Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person, sons Reinhold and Arthur, and daughter Mildred spent Sunday at Edw. — PHv ml — T """ with The Mrs. nurse. The Thimble Circle met Mrs. Melvin Severns Friday, next meeting will be with Lamon Sanders. Mr, and- Mrs. Anker Larson are making a visit with relatives and friends in Illinois and Indiana. 'Mrs. Carl Schroder is sick with pneumonia, and Mrs. Dunfie is doing the housework. Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter entertained a bridge club last Tuesday. Dittmer drove to Sheldon to see Phoebe Morgan, who is slowly improving, following a heart attack last November. Seven to Algona Meeting— From here attending an S. to- visual education meeting at the Algona Presbyterian church Sunday evening were Gerald, Lillian, and Eugene Angus, the Rev. T. B. Arends, P. M. Christenson, Shir•ley Marlow, and Marian Jensen. Alex Krueger Has Operation— Alex Krueger had a major operation at Rochester Saturday for removal of a tumor on the optic week nerve. He is reported doing well, but Is not out of danger. Mrs. fracture "was reduced, and now at the veterans hospital, Des Moines. New Creamery is .Talked. Corwith, Feb. 22—Rumors ative creamery here. are Small Loans Up to $300 ON AUTOMOBILES LIVE STOCK BOUSEHOLD FUB5ITITKE, ETC "Prompt, courteous, confidential service NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO ««xt to Upper Des Molm** i.fflrr 186 , ilffoiu, loira "Farm and Home Bugle" Resolutions For 1938 2. Resolved, That farming is a I business, and if I am to succeed in 'spite of old-fashioned dry spells, ; floods, and tornadoes I shall have to cpnduct my farming business according to modern business principles, 3rd esolution next week. In the meantime call at the new lumber yard near Milwaukee depot. „ RAESLY Lumber Co. Weyerhaeuser's 4-Square Lumber PHONE 284 UIT SCOOP! Spring's Newest Suits , ,..,• at One Low Price Your NEW Spring suit is here , ,, for a song. Choose from young collar less suits, zipper suits, jigger suits, soft fitted suits, moulded man-tailoreds. Shetland, worsteds, fleeces. All sizes. Specials — Friday, Saturday, Monday, February 25, 26, 28 PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE 4 daily, 8:30 and 10:00 a. in.; 2:30 and 4:00 p. ni. Use our new delivery service and take advantage of these special prices. ™™ otr ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 355 Crackers 2 pound box SALAD DRESSING, I. G. A., qt. CATSUP, Ige. 14-oz. bottle DILL PICKLES, qt. jars CUT GREEN BEANS, No. 2 cans Cans PORK AND BEANS, Van Camp's, Irg. tall- SPINACH, No. 2 cans SAUER KRAUT, 18-k. No. 2 cans PANCAKE FLOUR, I. G. A., 5 Ib. box 2 ^ H9| Cans 1 7? 3cans2§C 10c 25c Peanut Butter CAROL, 2-LB. JAR CORN FLAKES, Gold Tost, Irg. boxes, MATCHES, £ I. G. A. Blue Tips___ D LYE ' I. G. A. Hl-test ______ IVORY SOAP, , 1 med., 1 Irg. bar, both I for18C Boxes £ I G Cans 16c SUGAR, fine granulated, 10 Ibs, GRAHAM CRACKERS, 2 Ib. box COFFEE, Chase & Sanborn's, Ib. _ COFFEE, Blue G., Ib. 53c 23c 25c 23c Marshmellows l /2 Ib. bag 8c 1 Ib. bag 15c LETTUCE, O 1 Of* Large solid heads fcfor I Ov GRAPEFRUIT, 9 Q C Texas Seedless,! doz. C5JW CARROTS, Uffc large hunch OC ORANGES, large size, dozen BANANAS, NEW POTATOES, POTATOES, peck bag CELERY, large 10 bs. 25c 19c a,l15C Potatoes GREEN MOUNTAIN Minnesota Grown, 100 Ib, bag BRANDED BEEF SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JUICY FRANKFURTERS, Ib, BULK SAUERKRAUT, Ib, — BONELESS BEEF ROAST, Ib. ___. VEAL STEAK, Ib. QUALITY MEATS -19c ~ 7c 19c PURE LARD VEAL ROAST, Ib, FRESH HERRING, IB, ROUND , Ib, ,, Large Prunes ^F ' ... Ib, box $1.30 • "

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