Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1938 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1938
Page 10
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KOSSUTH COUNTY AOVANCB. ALGONA, tOWA MRS, LAYMON, EX-ALGONIAN, PASSES AT 52 News of the death of Mrs. C. E. Laymon, nee Bolle Adams, January 25 at her San Francisco home was received a week ago. A week before her death she vsuffcred a stroke. She would have been 52 had she lived till Juno 23. Tho body was cremated and tho ashes buried at Modesto, Cal., homo of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Laymon, who left hero ten years ago, were married in 1903, and Mr. Laymon is a native of Odoll, 111. They had four children: Elmer, who died here at 19; Lawrence, Monrovia, Calif.; Meredith, now Mrs. Irvin Snedger, Modesto; and Robert Gail; who is With her father at Modesto. Mrs. Adams was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Adams, and her parents were early Kossuth settlers. Mr. Adams was widely known among pioneer Kossuth farmers as a "horse doctor." Thore were 10 Adams children, but only five survive: Mrs. Ada Surprise for Illinois Guest- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Mcllhatten, Lanark, 111., and Mrs. Amel Buck- enau, Mt. Carroll, III., arrived Saturday for a brief visit with Mr. McIIhatton's sister, Mrs. Lucy Reaper, of south Minnesota street. Monday was the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Mcllhatten, and a surprise in her honor was planned and carried out by Mrs. Charles Reaper, the event taking place at Mrs. Lucy Reaper's. Forty relatives and close friends came for the occasion, bringing baskets of lunch. The honoree was presented with gifts. "treated" by the losers. Following dinner, the group adjourned to the Corey home /or dessert. It happened to be Helen Corey's Hiebhoff Mitchell, Tracy, Calif • Fred, Armstrong; Mrs. Maurice (Susie) Kelley, Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. John W. Kelley, Vinton; and Harley L., Algona. Hugh W. Adams, Harley, Edward C., Herbert A., and now Mrs. Laymon aro dead. Mrs. Laymen's brother Wallace W married W. A. Dutton's sister Mary. Both aro now dead. Corwith Civil War Veteran Active as He Ends 96th Yea Corwith, Mar. 2—A. A. Johnso Attending: Mr. and Mrs. George Ditsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ditsworth, sons Raymond and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ditsworth, two daughters, all of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ditsworth, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Coleman and Frank Dits- vorth, all of Irvington. Messrs and Mesdames John and birthday, and she was surprised with presentation of a cameo locket. There are 15 members in the club, besides the sponsors, Mrs. Geo. C. Vance and Mrs. D. P. Smith, and the director, Miss Coroy. The club meets on the first and third Tuesday every month. Alfconlan Passes 80th Ilirthday— Mrs. Charles E. Walker quietly observed her 80th birthday February 22, Washington's birthday. She was remembered by friends Urches, who will move In mid- March to a farm In Minnesota. Attending besides the honorees ( and the little son Albert were Mr.' and Mrs. John Johnson, William and Ruth Turner, and Everett and Lucille Black, Mr. Urch has for some years been clerk at the Long grocery. Harry Ditsworth, George Wesley Roy McVay, Charles Reaper, R. A.' Clark; Edward Ditsworth, F. R. Haldeman; and Frank Shilts; also Marion Jackman, Francis McVay, and Bernice Reaper. New Idea at Aid Party- with flowers, fruits, and candies. Mrs. Walker has five children: Wyatt, Ottumwa; Louis, Bagley, Minn.; William, New York; Mrs. Thomas Halpin and Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Algona. Mr. Walker died a year ago. They farmed many years before coming to Algona. and Al- Fornier Algonlans Are Wed— Lucille Leffler, Cresco, Richard R. Coffin, formerly ... gona, wore married at the Christian church, Girard, Kans., Monday, February 14, by the Rev. Loyal Northcott. Prior to the las! reached his birthday .-«„.* VtlLUV^MJ lllCj week Thursday, and the occasio was observed in many ways. Las week Wednesday evening many o his friends gathered at his horn for a prayer-meeting, and afte the service the guests spent th rest of the evening in a. social waj wih Portea Johnson as hostess " On Thursday a birthday dinne was served at his home, with the members of his immediate famih as guests. They were Mrs. Jennie- June Sawyer, his daughter; his grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs Roger Johnson; and the Rogei Johnson daughter Karen. Mr. Johnson is a great' old Civil war veteran, always a guest of honor at Legion ceremonies here. Not only is he a patriot in whatever concerns his country, but he is a devoted Christian as well. He writes two columns of religious contributions for the Corwith Hustler each week, and, being a printer, he sets and distributes the type himself. J. W. Bollig, Seneca, Out for Supervisor Seneca Twp. Mar. 2-Senecans have learned with interest that Julius W. BolllR is a candidate for supervisor i n the fourth district on the democratic ticket. Mr Bollig has lived in the Seneca community 40 years. For seven years ho has been on the farm he now operates, one and a half miles northwest of the Seneca consolidated schoolhouse. He has been township assessor six years and has been si member of the Seneca school board 14 years. He was president for some years. Mr. and Mrs. Bollig have ten children, and five of them have been graduated from t h e Seneca high school. Reding Tribe Adds Two GiH Recruits Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding are parents of their first child a girl ^? rn .°n Washington's birthday! The baby was baptised Norma Jean at St. Joseph's church Sunday, and sponsors were Invin Weydert and Marcine Noonan Nurse Anna Kayser is in charge at the Reding home. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Reding are also parents of their first child, a girl, also born on Washington's birthday. The baby was baptised Carole Ann at St. Joseph's church Sunday. Sponsors were Elizabeth Mergen and Alfred Reding. Hostesses at a Methodist luncheon at the church last week Thursday carried out a new plan. They had eight decorated tables representing different countries, Twith two hostesses at each table dressed to represent the country represented. Mesdames F. Earl Burgess and -W. A. Foster, India; Glenn Roland and W. H. Rocke China; B. T. Agard and W. c! Irelan, Mexico; F. E. Sawyer and Walter Klamp, Africa; M. W. Sch- wletert and L. M. Afermt, Kentucky mountains; J. p. Cvermver and W. A. Dutton, Negroes; Rao Asher and Vaughn Rising, Aliska; H. A. Tuttle and Albert Groot- crs, North American Indians. Sorority Has a Party— The Beta Sigma ' Phi sororitv had 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening at Wallburg's, winners of a four- months money-earning contest few months Miss Lc-JTIler was em )loyed at the Grace Dreesma beauty shop hero. Richard, wh is in the reserve officers' trainin corps, is now serving as junior ol ficer in a CCC camp at Farlington Kaus. Party Honors Robert. Stewart- Robert Stewart, farmer north west of Algona (first home wes of the golf links sideroad), wa honoree at a surprise birthda; party Sunday evening. Two table" of bridge were in play, Mrs. Pau Clark winning high for womnn Bert Cronin high for men. The guests furnished the "eats". Mi- Stewart, hale and hearty at 70 does not plan to retire before next January. Farewell for the Urches— Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long entertained at 6:30 dinner Wednesday evening in honor of the Irving The Greatest Line of Coats, Suits, Dresses Lutheran Tonnff People Meet— The Lutheran Y. P. S. met Friday evening at Trinity church for a monthly party. Twenty members attended, and the diversion was Bingo. Esther Lavernz is president. Committees are: membership, Marjorlc Otto and Mnrdalene Zimmerman; food, Helen Pnetz; entertainment, Hulda and Esther Gcllenfeld. To Observe Day of Prayer— The World Day of Prayer will be observed at the First Lutheran church Friday. Mrs. D. D. Monlux will bo in charge of the program, and other churches in Algona will contribute parts. Churches taking part will be Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian, Congregational, and First Lutheran. Fnrewcll for the Aalfs— Messrs and Mesdames H. B. White and Harold <Cowan will entertain Friday evening at bridge in honor of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs,, who are leaving in mid- March to live at Sioux City. There will be four tables of bridge. Mr. Father Son Itanqnct Planned— The annual Methodist Father and Son banquet' will be bold at the church next week Thursday evening, Dr. Earl A. Roadman, president of Morningside college, will speak, and Epworth League, members will conduct a ticket sale. Mrs. Walter Klamp Honored- Mrs. Walter Klamp was taken by surprise Friday afternoon, when friends dropped In to help her celebrate a birthday. Mrs. Claude Slgsbee, Burt, was the only out of town guest. Mrs. Klamp was presented with a plant. Legion 'Anx' Tomorrow JOglit— The Legion Auxiliary women will meet at 8 o'clock Friday evening at the Legion hall. Mrs. Win. C. Dau Is chairman of the enter- ment commltee, and Mrs. W. R. Hawcott has charge of the program. Four-It Carnival Announced— The Burt 4-H club will give a public carnival at the Lone Rock hall Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. The proceeds will go Into the club treasury. ty Tuesday *vonlhg at tho church. Plans were laid for the annual Father and Son banquet the even- Itig of March 10. Bruce Miller Is League president, The D. A. R. meets next Tuesday for one o'clock luncheon with Mrs. Hortenso Ferguson. W. V. Butler, of the Ben Franklin store, will give a talk on his experiences in- Africa. The Baptist Aid will meet today at the church, and hostesses'will be Mrs. Samuel Reaper, chairman, Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. R. A. Clark, Mrs. Pickard, and Mrs. O, H. Ogg. Mrs, A. 13. Michel will entertain the Bel Canto music club at one o'clock luncheon next week Wednesday. Mrs. Agnes Vohs, West Bend, wil have charge of the lesson. Daughter In Adopted, Ledyard, Mar. 1—H. F. £>. Carrier and Mrs. George Thompson have received word of the adoption of another daughter, Carolyn Kay, by their son Milton and his wife, Sioux City. Mr. Thompson is a son of Peter Thompson, of Lu Verne, and hla wife was a member of tho Mason family at Verne. Ever Shown in Algoaia Chrischilles Store We know this Is a "big" statement to make, but we truly believe that we have assembled this Sprine the tfreatoH. line of high-grade ready-to-wear \ ± shown here. There are literally HUNDREDS of attractive Coats Suits and silk Dresses from which to choose-smar ' EACH T The STYLE PICTURE is so varied that a Aalfs travels for Armour's. Lodprc Has Benefit Party— The Degree of Honor had a benefit bridge party at Mrs. H. A. van Alstyne's Tuesday evening. There were six tables, Mrs. F. R. Haldeman winning high, and Mrs. Louis Lynk being low. There was one table of fiddlesticks, Mrs. Carrol Johnson winning. Vincent Isaacson 17; Party- Vincent Isaacson entertained ten boys at a birthday party Friday evening. They had a chicken dinner at Cook's then played games in Vincent's recreation room at the Kossuth hospital. Vincent is the son of Nita Isaacson, hospital superintendent. suiF Specialists Other Society. Mrs. R. P. Norton and Mrs. W. P. French entertained at a series of bridge parties at the former's home last week Thursday and Saturday and this week Monday evenings. At the party Thursday evening Mrs. H. L. Gilmore and Clifford Aalfs won prizes; Saturday Mrs. Donald Hutchison and Theo, Chrlschllles; Monday, Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Theodore Hutchison. A "family" covered-dish supper was served Wednesday evening at the Congregational church. Entertainment was provided by the high school debating team, which consists of Jack Chrlschilles, Ruby Turner, Eleanor Thorpe, and Dick Norton. The Epworth League had a par- Button Discovered in Child's Nosril Whlttemore, Mar. 2.—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, son Henry Jr., William Meyer, and Mrs. Hugo Meyer went to Fort Dodge Monday, and the Laucks consulted a, specialist about the son, whose I adenoids had been removed but who had had considerable trouble since. The specialist found that the little fellow had pushed a button three eighths of,an inch In diameter into one of his nostrils. • Granddaughter of Algonian is Hurt Mr. R. J. Hutchison has received word that her granddaughter, Harriet Brown, Denver, was injured in an anto accident two weeks ago, just a few days after her mother had returned from Algona. She suffered shoulder Injuries. Miss Brown is a niece of Mrs. P. 0. Dorweller, West Bend, also of Mrs. Allen T. Dean, Kansas City, Mo., who was badly in- I ~ I Spanish Sailor in shining PEDALINE It tilts back on your head, it wear a brilliantly draped sash, and it will be becoming $2.95 to $11.50 You'll find the newest styles and the latest mor our very complete millinery department- every type and in a wide price range. May you the smartest hats. Chrischilles Stort ./ tchial scnxx i started;,!) j continue iol period t advent of. e them no itoinette I le, and who he, fund, rei i!2, whictt \ !> ,v* *•** * * * .baskets;- I a supplies, •6 Get : ot lunches' lured in an auto accident last fall. GRAND OPENIN d tPIKIIS | -ft rischill rsc IT O US. es of the Mrs. Funnemark is Mudbaden Patient Wesley. Mar. 2—Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemrak. with the son Howard, went to Northfield, Minn Saturday to see the daughter Mildred at St. Olaf's college, from whence they went to Jordan, Minn where Mrs. Funnemark entered the Mudbaden sanitarium for three weeks of treatment for rheumatism Olaf and Howard got home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs btanloy Simpson are at Funnemark's while Mrs. Funnemark is Mrs. Downer Passes at Minnesota Home Fenton, Man ^Mrs. George Seinw received a message Mondfy of the death of Mrs. Alike Diu-n er, 70, Hawley, Minn. The Sov£ e« formerly lived on a farm nVar Fairville, and they were friends of tho Voettlers and the Millers. Mrs Downer had visited Fenton friends many times since moving to Aiin nesoa, The funeral i s f his " Wednesday there. Union's Spelldown to Be Held Friday ». rl j. Mar. 2—The township spelling contest sponsored by the Union Mothers and Daughters club will be held at the Good Hope church this week -bnday afternoon at one o'clock J. F Overmyer will pronounce the words. The judges have not yet been named. Mrs. Robert Harvey Is chairman of this committee in charge. Fairmonters Wed Here. Walter Wedel and Lucills Vogel both of Fairmont, were married at the Methodist cburr.h Sunday afternoon by the Rev. F Earl This dress (above) is typical of the many beautiful frocks here at prices that range from $7.95 to $35.00 Both regular an d half-sizes are well represented and we are certain we can suit and fit you In just the dress you trained and inteligent sales foc e buy the garment best suite? tc» your MOV • •'i^-^f' . m THE ffjrenz, ' ''A Friendly Store in a Friendly City " Howard Hardw (Formerly Nelson's) "Get Acquainted" Special low prices on every item the store during the next nine days. Sale closes Mar. READ A FEW OF THE MANY SPECIAL BARGAINS ^^HtHBBR^HBi^MHBB^^H^M^^^^^B Farm Needs The suit business —' both re tail and wholesale — is a highly specialized business I here are only a few concerns who know how to make a first-class tailored garment and there are fewer retail stores who know these sources of supply. For 25 years this store has specialized in ladies tailored suits and have sold suits consistently, even when suits were not as popular as they are today. But this is a SUIT ERA Suits are riding the fashion waves. You'll want at one, perhaps two or verv 3 fo -ju s spring, come in today and buy your suit s $12,8$ to $35.00 FREE GIFTS to the LADIES Saturday MARCH 5 ^^••VMM 21 ft. £ - in. halter rope, only 29c WEDNESDAY Coleman Service Day Wednesday is Coleman Service Day at our store. Bring in your lamps. Factory man will be here 1 ' • Handy Mop Sticks 9c each . A. LJoren iteele an(T if.ed direct< | Commerc tion vher votes dif i candidati ballot. 1 ,n 88c 21c 88c 5 tin manure forks $1.29 regular _'. Milk strainer pads, 29c regular 12-qt. dairy pails, " 3 for Corrugated pig p'ans, 2 for Large'milk strainers," ^_ use with pads, regular $1.00 7/C 10-qt. galv. pail, • • V regular 29c PI C All-cotton work gio~ves~ ** 15c regular, pair __ Oft Sash-cord clothes line **** 25c regular _ ' 1 71* Galv. wash boiler ~- • • ** $1-98 regular $1 1 Q Kant-roll clothes pins — «P • • I « 2 Pkgs. for 3alv. wash tubs, S5c regular 15c 63c Bulb Special t \ had been gymnaeiui tbe banqu he I. Rasmus bulb free with each irts.",- The carton of six Mazda urned to, bulbs sold at 90c per Dancing ; carton. M progra: jded 'a-ftta Absorbene wall per cleaner 3 for 19c "—--?' jjt-y 1 bytthe'n tf ale J Cho Home Needs $1.19 77c Hudson Oil Brooder with cast burner $9.95 400 - chick size, 46 inch hover Enamelware White with red trim Your choice, 63c each All-copper tea kettle, $1.69 regular Loud-ring alarm clocks" U.19 regular Toilet paper, . _ T for • 91 «t Large ivory combinets fc ^ I C o5c regular _ Pocket watch, $1.00 regular J-piece glass berry's'e't" -— 39c regular OO-, l;ood chopper, COC re sular "TQj* 13C 49c 7c Electric Shaver Shavemaster SS Electric Shaver, See them Saturday — $1 down and 50c a week, O'Cedar floor mopiS. JTJPPJ- regular $1.19 at69c prj Paring knives at 3 Griswold skillets for White kitchen waste basket STOVES "**•«•» «egulj During this sale $57.50 Special on Harness 3 sets of new harness to go at prices way be low cost 4 oz«, O'Cedar Polish plus 8 oz. O'Ce- dar self polishing wax, regular 55c Special 29c Phone 274 HARDWARE Algona, JQW»

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