Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1938
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PAGE FOUR Ottosen Mother Dies at Hospital at Fort Dodge rice Satern, Maurine Holden, and Glenn Axne. Ottosen, Feb. 23— Mrs. Olivet- Christiansen died at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Thursday j o. T. (!. Group In Meeting— noon following a short illness. She j The 0. P. C. met with Mrs. El- rt. B amltns S bo^ eI< M«y .0 ?$ lenPurdy Thursday afternoon. The and was married August 12 vise' ™ ' Was answe !' ed , with to Oliver Christiansen of nnr son nlnts : ^roup singing; She U BR rn, ,aed fro'n he pB Q Scripture, Alfred l>inl>Iies Hare Son— (V 8%-pound boy was born Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lembke of They have narti- Grove high school and attended teachers college at Cedar Falls. She taught school near Badger and Vincent for a number of years. .She is survived by her Inmbnnd and infant son, born last week Wednesday at tho Lutheran hospital; her father, J. P. Soppekmd, ,, of Vincent, and the following j^,?' T .,, , brothers and sister: Thomas, John, iod . lln "- Lrarry A " re . d Willard, Sherman, and MarguW- or , 1S »'. 10 [°™ cr f 9 u ? ru ? nnrt lie, of Vincent, Kuth, of Ames.i and A V' s '? UleTf * and and Mrs. Myron Guggisbcrg, Fort \ for Mrs> AnnaLongseth. Dodge. Funeral services were i 7~ held -Sunday at the home at lOjKiial flub Hamiuot— o'clock and at the Lutheran ''''"• """" 1 n ' 1lh lln church in Oltoson at 1:.'50 p. in. Pall bearers were-: 1 son, Hagen; special music, hostess; Readers Digest, Mrs. Henry Knutson; hobbies, of hostess. to , ^ child Ruth Fessler'J Thelnia and Cornelius Peterson, and Mervin Williamsen. Helpful Tlmrsda7~ciiib Meets— Mr. and Mrs.,Cecil Bailey entertained the Helpful Thursday club at a card party Thursday evening. Mrs. Fred Simpson won high, and Sheldon Merrill a prize for tearing out the best hatchet from a sheet of paper. Other Seneca IVcws. Mrs. Harry Smith, of Balaton, Minn., spent several days last jweck at J. W. Bollig's, I. F. Enges- sors, and Mlko Kennedy's. Mrs. Bollig and her son Howard took Mrs. Smith home Sunday and remained there for a few days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dot&on spent. Sunday afternoon at the Claude Sanders home, near Graoftinger. Louis Meyers, Iowa Falls, spent last week at G. Kracht's. 4 Enimetsburg Gets a New Game Preserve KOSSUTM COUNTY ADVANCE, WH1TTEMORE The Rural club held its annual anniversary meeting at the schobl Clifford i house Saturday evening for members and family. A delicious UYO course banquet was served. The nvpnlnsr was snent socially and Landers, Harold Jacobson, Joseph LongKoth, LeRoy Kloppe, Russell Holden and Oswald Halsurd. Bur- \ evening was spent ial was made in tho Union come- i playing cards. tery at Ottosen. j Other Ottosen INews. OiHvVrt l'la.vs flivon- ^^ ^^ wh(j u emp]oy . A one-act play festival was held cd at Minlle apolis, spent the weak Tuesday evening at Hie high i , wi(h hel . parents, Mr. and school auditorium by high school jjj H arvoy Thorsen. ; students. The first was, Detour, M j. nnd Mrs . O mar Edwards and Ahead, with a cast composed of j , , ^' , " „,. -, V nct -Rprtd Marjorie Kramer, Connor Starl n >nuRWer, Dc.loies of West Bend Garmon Adams, Gladys Lovig, Don!visited at the Peter Holts, Sun ley Jacobson, James Moore, Syl- l ' aj '- : , va Tondcrum. Th(! second was, In I Mr. and Mrs. Art/Longsetn, 01 Doubt About Daisy, with a cast of ', Cherokee, spent the week-end with Lorelta Ree.se, Maurice Satern,'his mother, Mrs. Anna Longsothi Vivian Purely, llolli.s Cooper, and' T31anche Henrikson, who tcach- GUuiys Satern. T,owe.ll Kropf. Tholes in Lone Rock, was home last third play was. Elmer, with the! week sick with tho flu. ; cast: Raymond Rasmussen. Mar-! The Leonard Hanson family left ilyn Kinseth, Patricia Coyle, Char- i for Plathe, S. D., Monday to make lotto Bergum, Mavis Dahl, Man-; their future home. Announcement was made at Eni- metsburg last week that the lod- eral government had bought 200 aetr-s on the north shor; of Medium lake fen a game p.-cserve. The official tHle is "game producing and public, shooting ground." The area wi-.; be administered under state auspises and has been fenced and posted. An effort will be made to add adjoining lands. Conservation Officer E. V. Pierce, Algona, has inspected the area and considers it excellent for the purposes. Medium Lake adjoins Emmetsburg on the north. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt entertained Sunday evening' at 6 o'clock dinner, guests being Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jossen, son Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Gcrhardt' Wehrspann, daughter June, the Herman Voigts and Lawrence Gade. I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, Al' gona, were Sunday dinner guests jot Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Relatives gathered at the Henry Schultz home Sunday evening to ' heli> Mr. and Mrs. Schultz cole- ibrate their Mth wedding' annlvor- I sary. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. ! Henry Kuccker, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heldertwitlv, Mrs. Dorothy Sobers, son Ralph, the George Maahs family, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd AVal- ker, Algona. The men spent the evening at cards. ' ; j Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters at- i tended a Standard Oil meeting at ' Mason City last week Thursday. A banquet and dance 'at the Hanford hotel were attended by 250 persons. Leona Naas and Julia Kayner, the latter of Ratan, N. M., returned to Rochester Monday, after three weeks at the Adolph. Naas home. The girls are taking' nurse's training at St. Mary's hospital. The J. B. Geelans drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to call on Mrs. Geelan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Schiltz. Mrs". John Waldron, her children, and Mrs. Kate Cullon spent Sunday at Armstrong with the Tom Millers. Tho Bearus ! O'Briens, Bancroft, were guests at i Catherine O'Brien's. Helen Fari roll, Mason City, spent the day (with her mother, Mrs. Nell Far- I roll. The Arthur Fandcls, Hurt, were Sunday visitors with relatives jhere. Mr. and Mrs. John Weir, of .Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Travis, Sioux City, Avei-e bore for the i day with relatives, and Mrs. A. D. 'Bro'gan went with tho Travises to iSoulx City for a few days with i Mrs. Erwin Travis, niece of Mrs. I Brogan. j Mrs. G. L. Benschoier attended • an Episcopal Guild meeting at Mrs. George Benschoter's, Algona, last week Thursday. Dr. A. J. Lubcnthal, Emmcts- Iburg, spent Sunday with local rel- jativos. The Leo Waldsehmitts, of i Wesley, visited Mrs. Walhschmitt's I mother, Mrs. Margaret Elbcrt. Tho | Louis BraUcs were at West Bend, | guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry iKrueger. Edw. Cullen, Algona, I spent the day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cullen. Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roinhard Behnke, entertained his schoolmates Sunday evening at bunco, and prizes were won by Helen I-Iahn and Ellsworth Heidenwith. Maxine Bell and George Frost were low; Mr. and Mrs. Mclburn Simpson are parents of a boy, born Monday, the first child. Donald son of Mrs. Anna Ring- lor, is sick with scarlet fever. WEST BEND The James Cormvalls, Rolfo, spent Sunday <it the daughter, Mrs. Kliner I/arson's, They have a new V-8 purchased at Montag's. V. H. Reid, Palmer, was a business visitor hero Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dlxon, of Dysart, and tholr daughter Ruth i came Saturday for a week-end ! visit, at Mrs. Dlxon'a slater Mrs. C. '•C. Miller's. The Dlxons are for- !mer West Benders. Mr. Dlxon was !a building contractor here. I The Hugh Klnkades have moved lo the Earn Frclden acreage, east of town. They had been living in ,1:110 house known as the old J. S. Williams place, but it has been 'sold to Russell Nellls and his father, Whitfemorc, who will live there, using it as a two-family house. The IT. II. club , was entertained ;il Mrs. M. Munson's Saturday In honor of her birthday. The birthday was February 6, but she was wick then. s Mr. and Mrs. Verne Millor, of Ionia, were week-end guests of ihe In tier's aunt, Mrs. H. Mantis,: and Verne's parents, Mr. and Mrs.-'C. C. Miller. Verno is a teacher. John SchuUer, who attends the state university, came Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter. Gezina SchuUer, teacher at Wesley, also came. Dorothy Miller, attending the ( State Teachers college, has been | spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Miller. Mrs. Tom Larson, Kanawha, came Friday for a visit at her brother, M. T. Munson's. She rode with, her nephew, •.' Claroncoi Munson, wlio was at Itanawha ^on a business mission. Tho Orville Harrs, Havelofk, were dinner guests Sunday at William Illlcy's. Supt. A. R. McMullan drove to. Plover Sunday on a business errand. Eva Lowman and Ronald Wtilk- er drove to Jefferson Sunday for \ the day at the T. P. Kollasch home. The Kollasches, former residents here, are operating a cafe. Maxine Hoffert has resigned as relief telephone operatpr, and tbo vacancy has been filled by Elsio" Mabcrry. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Satorn rtro\*o to Bode Sunday to see the'? former's mother, Mrs. John Satorn, who Is critically sick, but Is Improving. Mrs. John Stern Jr., well known here, leaves this week Tuesday for DCS Moines to enter the Methodist hospital for an operation, 'John Satern Jr. formerly lived here. Mr. and j. -in daughter, jm.'i")', : ' r *r "f North v, Vh V Sclms, so,, .-,.""' * Esther wo;.. s !,', <" '" »crnmM( l!Uc . d '« ^ttel t i Mf machine, i, ; for sale ai ;, Dowel, Aclvan,. , , nl .''fcrd others? Win,. , ' tnVoWB r IB Whittemore Raymond Bosch, Creighton uni- virsity student at Omaha, spent from Friday till Taotiday with his j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besoh. i Druggist and MM; 0. L. Cava- naiigh were Sunday guests of Mrs. Cavanaugh's sister, Mrs. Beit Gotch, Humboldt. Jerry Sullivnna, Lodyard, visited Mrs. Sullivan's St. Joo. Fcl). 22—This coiiiniun- j Mrs. Peter Klein. Theodore. John, ity wius shocked lo learn of ilio, <md I.a\vronco Klein, and Fred sudden deal.li of William Men-.en. Fisher, all of Hospc.rs; and the G5, last week Tuesday. He had Fred L;nij. r ermans, S\voa C'ily. .' seoinod in .uood liealtli. Inn the day before his death he .suffered a <'r<nvil fur ('aril Parly— : stroke by a brain hemorrhage and One of the largest crowds ever ; lapsed into a con-a a fe\v hours af-.lo attend a card p«r;y in (lie St. tot-wards. He never regained eon- Joe hail turned out Sunday p'von- sciousmws. inL' for bridge, and HOO. A number Mr. Mei/.en was horn October 21. "I' articles were .sold, the money to . 387:1. in La Salic county, Til., and so towards the building of a iiew wa.s a son ( ,r (|, 0 late Valentine St. Joe pchoolhouse. At 500 Mrs. land I-:iix:ibr-th .Met/en. Death look . Cloorge Tluil and Edward Klein place at his farm northwest of St.. . won high and at bridge Frank ; Joe. Surviving arc. his wife, Calh- Bormann and Trene Colshcnker : erine, and three sous. Wilberl and won. Mrs. Leo Fridercs won a • Raymond at home, and Roy. Wood- door prize. One hundred baby i ward. One step-daughter, Mrs. chicks donated by the Emory 'Robert Casey. Fenion, five grand- , hatchery, llumboldt, were won by sons, one siste.r, Mrs. 11. Pludo, of John McOuire. Algona. and a case Bcs Moines, a half-sister, Mrs. of canned goods wns won by Wm. Paul Donlcy, and a half-brothor,, McDonald. Algona. K J. Schram, Clyde 55i>rn, both of Chicago, also Livenuore. won overalls and jack- survive, ot, and a sack of flour was won by Funeral services wore conducted a Mr. Dro^sman, Algona. Paul Erat St. Joseph's Catholic church byipclding also Avon a sack of flour, tho Rev. Course Theobald, pastor, | and Nicholas "Weydert won a bush- Friday morning, and interment! el of hybrid seed corn. Several was made in St.. Joseph's Catholic! gallons of canned fruit donated cemetery. Pallbearers were Bar-i by the I. G. A. stores at Humboldt ney and Julius Capesius, Edward ;and Algona were sold. Mrs. Matt and Alphonse Thilges, John Ham-;'Kirseh and her circle sponsored mor, and Lc Roy Thilges. Mhe party and they served lunch to Out-of-town relatives and friends , n ,20 persons, attending the funeral wore Mr. and Mrs. H. Pliule, DCS Moines ,two sons; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Donley, and the Clyde Zorns, Chicago; Two Sick at Mrs. George Becker and her elder daughter Rita have been Mrs. C. P. Sanderoth, Mrs. John j sick. Mrs. Becker has asthma and Hoap, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Am-j pleurisy, and Rita has bronchitis phar, all of Mendota, 111.; Mrs. | A Mrs. Pannkuk, nurse from Al- Mikc Frederick, daughter, Mr. and I gona, is in charge. Seneca Girls Winners in 2 B. B. Games, Lose Two Seneca, Feb. 22 — The Seneca girls took part in a sectional tournament at Gruver last week, and on Wednesday evening defeated Iling.sted, S3-10. Next evening they won from Maple Hill, 53-20, but on Friday evening were, defeated by Ledyard girls, county and sectional winner, 35-34. Then, to cap the bad luck, they were badly beaten by Armstrong Saturday in a consolation final. On tho first team wore: Capt. Florence Jensen; Harriet Olsen and Lorretta Crowley, forwards; Maxine and Helen Cody and Margaret Lentsch, guards. Frank Hanna was coach. Mr. and Mrs. Kimers Hosts— Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers entertained the Modern Mixers, the families, and a few other friends at a hard times card party Friday evening, and 500 was played at eight tables, Airs. Cecil Bailey and Irvin Classon winning high, and Mrs. Mayme Schoenher and Clarence Peterson being low. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Richards won a prize as best-dressed couple. Others attending: Mrs. Classon and a daughter, the Sigurd Olsons, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen, with a son, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards, the Elmer Leos Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and a son, the Sheldon Merrills, Mr Bailey and a daughter, the O. R Pattersons, Mrs. Harry Smith Month End Sale at Christensen's BARGAIN BASEMENT $5.00 10.00 WINTER COATS, worth up to $16.95 Month End Price WINTER COATS, worth up to $29.75 Mouth End Price PLAIN AJfD PRINT SILK DRESSES— Values to $7.95, £4 Month'End Sale $ I , SILK DRESSES, with long sleeves- Colors navy, black, green, brown, rust, wine Sizes 14 to 50, values to $11.75 Month End Sale ALL BLANKETS AT MONTH END SALE PRICES ADVANf v .erlan j pai , IoiA dVftnce in adveri ousehold o has --/ears, fee r° 25 p 50% MORE SAME FAMILIAR PACKA ^.irmore, o •esigned 31 Paso,- Cexan, h: if San J >raska -gi Jren. Tl jlimate i erest of,' 3 aso is t labltants tbout Ms iJIPaso, i he way • ieople. C.H. Out r "Chas. 1 innouace 'tsor on. he. Lo iwea-Bui epresent Hoi Now In 3 Sizes — Buy Sl^e — Regular ast'weel armer c tomestea i"enton, i a the F fife "was idve thr icy In re'wel:iS ervation een a' s ears. 1 Jewel, "v he same VIr». '' Lu \ Ft. 25 - 50% More Suds mS" 0l A££S? n£S ON SAlT^Fcfe^ . rT| . n nr| m OUTSTANDINIS PROGRAMS ^^' 0 '' All These Programs are Broadcast over the Columbia Network, LUX TOILET SOAP The beauty care of the lovely screen stars. ! Lu Vei Hller, ( ears, d ospital, nd brol ,blood ausiijg •er Tiusl led and aughtej Spry THENEWPUREfiSbiy 3 ™ JUL-VEGETABUSS-S SHORTENING liny the 3-lb. Economy Cnn ALGONA Moe & Sjogren Don White Cut Rate Anderson's Grocery Hood's I. G. A. Store Long's Grocery Johnson Grocery Sorensen Grocery Co, A. & P. Tea Co. Council Oak Store Brown's Dairy Store BANCROFT Finn Grocery Kennedy Bros. Co. Merrill Bros. 'Hood'sl. G. A. BURT Smith Bros. , LONE ROCK Art. Priebe Grocery FENTON F. Bailey & Son A, H. Kruse Ray Priebe Grocery Arthur J. Kruse IRVINGTON Frankl's Store LEDYARD \ Brack Grocery \ Bashara Grocery Removes Cosmetics Thoroughly •^•^•^•^^^^^^^_____^^^ LUX Preserves the beauty of silks and woolens. Lux for Dishes, Lovely Hands Less Than lc a Day IHof Health Soap Stops "B,O." make a nrn ^ PIE 9 • ' I 'G-' ' — USE SPRY jii^fr Protects Health Purifies and Deodor both Hands and c LU, VERNE Schneider's Jack Sprat Store Tiede's I. G. A. Store ST. BENEDICT McKenna Store TIJONKA Bonacker's Store Callies Store Chaa. Kraus Kouba's Jack Sprat Store , LOTTS CREEK Lotts Creek Store SENECA Cecil O, Bailey SWEACITY E.L.Hanson Blomster's Grocery Appelquist Grocery Linde's Market • • ST. JOSEPH Wm.B. Devine LAKOTA War burton Grocery rRr«co. (iroeer ' r GERMAN VAU.EY «erm»ny Valley °-

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