Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1938 · Page 3
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KOS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA t IOWA PAGE THRU M AT LIT VERNE /erne, Mttft S-^As 1 Ih other es ( March i IS moving time ople ih the Lu Verne terri- The follbwlng are some nol& Wijliam Heftls «have mov- their farm north' of Oold- The Edwin , Heftls have to the place they vacated, ranois KraUses have gone to i near Renwick. Fred Hints! oved to a place south of a Miller's. Arthur*teutons irlng on the' acreage north- t William Miller's. Henry aid has moved to the upart- Dver hl« pool hall, and Ted ir," St. Joe, la llVlng on the Loerwald left; B6nnie Ellis living In the ' houae in Lu Verne vacated by the fenderaons, who'.haVe gone to Llvermore. Mrs. Elmer ' has'moved to'the tarn va- by C. P. Hatosen. Mike Strip- are on the place occupied by reenfields last year, and the [ields have gone to Webtter The Harold Riddels are Jiv- i a tenant house at Carl ion's. Attend Miller Services— >ng thoae from out of town ling the funeral of Mrs. Wil- Willer Sunday were Mr. and Frank Jutte, Des Moines; D. D. Meyer, Fasher, N. D.; nd Mrs. Chas. Burke, Ren- Mrs. Merle Holle, Madison, ; Mary and Nettie Miller, Miller,'and Mrd. L. L. Os- Isr, Cedar Falls; Mra. Marvin •, Garner';" Mrs. Arthur Foat, w, N.' D.J'Edw*. Blum, Mr. Irs. J. G. Blum, Mr. and Mrs. Blum, Mont'iceiuy, Wis.; Mr.I trs. Henry Hoesly, New Glar-1 r is.; Mrs. Ernest Dahler, of! hardsville, Wla.; Mrs. Fred! , Alberta Green, Mr. and 3eorge Rhiner, Mr. and Mrs. Rolling, Goldfield; Mrs. Rose r, Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Hol- N ilson, Webster City; Mrs. Walkner, Humboldt; Mr. \lrs. Andrew Beck,, Mr. and [Edwin 1 • Marty, Mr. and Mrs. i Colwell,' Mra?" Ernest Woito, Shd Mra. Frank Geigel, all of ja; Wm.'Rlley,and Ida, of -Bend; Mrs. Grant' Jennings Jean, Eagle Grove; William goff, Mr. 5 and * Mrs. Fritz 2Dick Elmer, S. X Hefti, Mrs. » Heftt, > "'Mrs.<«Martin Baum- Ir&jlr.* and.lMrs."*John Hefti, g Hefti, Conrad*Bautngartner, 3bd*Mr^ f W.'jB. Phipps, Mrs. SslMiner/Mr: and Mrs. Henry fi,?Mr.^ and'.Mra. Leeter Smith, i ftd »-Mra > ,tvThU rn » a '»'' Mr - aBd i^llhert Carlson,!Mr. and Mrs. [BlesBli Mr.'|.and\ Mrs. Ru- tl! >Bl?88i i and f 5 ,Mr. *• and Mrs.! Schyter/all|pf 'Renwick. |ub-di8trfct«Epworth League waB^heldWthe,local Metho- !=hurcKv*Suhday; afternoon and ,ig withV almost* '100 young Ilk registering. , The Titonka _3-led the hour 51 devotions' 5 afternoon, 'after which the j, F. E.' Burgess,- GfR. McDow- i * ad • Harvey - Nelaon . led study \s on ithe topics,'evangelism,! ,Wnce,''an,d',Qhristian Mission; itively/Lunch waa served at ty'hall. >In1the\evening the high 'school/girls' sextette ftPiaeleciorij'fdevotlons were - r the? Wesley league, and the /Mr.SZabilka "gave a talk on /m'.j l wprt#|n India. i clasrof the Evan- luiuBy^a'chool was enter- •td»y|t«y« nln B at Edw. fence Marty as ;• presided at the| ' ~ f ^Irs. Fred ludy, using 2nd r><V ,. ,,,4 Praaka returned |frpjn*Fort Dodge, where been'called by the illness ' " • "on ;Jack Higgins. ....•ing^rom an opera- fabapeas, but will he : '"'"•- He has hadj ti^teusays, of Clear 3unda>Lwith relatives f George Stoddard vis- ' '' r;Mre. William | i4|uVr6u.618> i^iOF** I eats of relatives jf^f- •Mr, and Mrs ind'Mrs, George ^ S. D., Mon- Merle Holle, ffor Mrs. Wila num- Thursday af- mother, Mrs. es. The af- ially with tAm H> - - Walter to Austin, jjg^present at the .yersary of the ;Mr. and Mrs. jwas .held a evening for She home of jtyas the enter- '"jlng, with six St. Mary's pell, Renwick, jpiday renewing ey moved away \ years ago. pn of Mr. and |d Leo, 7-year- Mrs. Paul with pneu- Forest City, Jth home last clerking at fels return, prn to Mr. and eyers Sunday. >ild. aeiders spent guests at the ' returned from he hag spent home from relatives the ergers, Sioux D, H, Wer', Siout City, here, KRESENSKY'S PROVE That Carefully Selected Merchandise insures Perfect Satisfaction Man Tailored Jacket Suits $ 16 .95 Start early and go late in these inctlc- uously tailored suits of flattering mannish fabrics. and soft Shetland tweeds —slim wasted with longer sleek hiplines and square shoulders. Navy, beige, gray, brown, and color I 'Miiiibliiations. bl6.95; others $10.95 You Will be Pretty as a Picture in these NEW HATS in Dresses Mexican, Bretons, Waiters Favorites, Gibson Sailors, Boldini Brims, Flower Baskets. They are new and so different ibson Sail- ^t^ ••_ f\ f^ $1.98 $7.9 5 Wilshire Coats $17 .50 Styled jn Hollywood with skilled painstaking workmanship make the styles of every "Wlshlrc" coat the last word, and they are color conscious too. Others to $25. Topper Coats Fitted Coats Full Length Coats Hours spent in selecting these garments make each one a "buy" in their price. Soft tweeds, ilch deuo fleeces, and taffeta linings in some, satin In others. Other prices are $10.95 $9.95 to $25.00 Just Made for Your Suit Feninine Blouses or they can lie tailored, But what a difference they make in a suit. Plain materials, or printed, striped or paiesly with pleated fronts, fluffy and lacy trims, tailored fronts and necks, and a color for every suit and one for the dressier occasions, as well as street* sizes 8? to 44, $1,00 $1,98 $2.98 SATURN STRAW Just one of the many materials used to fashion your new Spring hat $2.98 and $3.95 Spring is in the Air Navy Berry Beige Gray Violet Navy Powder Rose Gold Green Silk Gloves in smart weaves, with leather and bead trimmings. It's back in the limelight again—that clean cut— American, color: Navy. In just the type of dress you'll be wanting — NOW. Classic necklines of either high cowl collars or V-neck with lingerie touches to frame the face. Colorful yarn, rick rack and cord trims. All sizes. Others $5.00 to $10.95. Others to $19.95 Boleros Fabric and Leather Fabric and leather gloves arc so smart and with contrasting colors—like white leather palms, navy back. $1.75 in Cartright and Junior Guild 11 to 17 Dresses $ 16 Paris Fashion SHOES Bags $1.00 and $1.95 Natural Poise PERFECT ARCH SHOES For style, for comfort, there is a new feeling in these Natural Poise Shoes. A new styling that gives that feeling of being perfectly dressed. This Spring you'll want of these boleros, becan they're new, N delightful wearable, practical for noiw, and all through spring—they come In such luscious flattering color combinations and clever polka dots. Navy and beige, black and beige, navy and dusty pink and many others. Sizes 12 to 20, $16.95, others $19.95. Dresses of Cotton and Acetate Sizes 9 to 50 new styles at $1.00, $1.95 GABARDINE in Navy, Black, Brown, Beige and Combinations in fM "^^^^^•^^^^- -^ WHIKV-r*-*! J •** "m W^. ?e A thrill with new beauty! Styles that lead the fashion parade, bringing you the cov- sted straight from Paris look. For Spring you will find every smart style and material, in new colors—sailor blue, gray, copper, beige, strawberry, and black. Come in and-see them. $3 to $4 As seen in Vogue and Harper's Bazaar the new Spring Paradise creations reflect the freshness and beauty of an early Spring morning with their gay colorful patterns, designed for every occasion of the season with perfect-fitting and wearing qualities. $6.85 Natural Poise shoes come in a wide range of sizes and styles. Sport shoes,, comfort shoes, walking shoes and dress shoes at $6 "ROLLINS" HOSIERY AT 79c—$l t OO "ADMIRATION" HOSIERY Cotton and Silk Linen Deana Durbin Joan Miller Dresses 9 to 17 Too clever to describe in limited space, but the young miss and the smaller lady adore them. $1.98 Others at $2.98 Shirley Temple DRESSES The new ones are here in print materials, silk linen, and sheer fabrics. The styling is new and different, with plenty of swing. $1,98 Cinderella FROCKS When you see what a $ will buy in these children's dresses you can't resist buying several. Sizes are 1 to 3, 3 to 12, and 12 to 16—all fast colors too. { $1.00 Shoes Ready-to- Wear Hosiery

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