Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1938 · Page 2
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TWO SIX BIRTHDAYS ARE OBSERVED AT LONE ROCK KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Wiener. Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mrs. W. J. Cotton were Sund.av dinner and afternoon guests at H. E. Morgan's, Algonn. R. T. An- turning Monday. Lawrence bitt- T _ . — mor accompanied Edw. Dittuier Lone Rock, Mar. 22—A party to Manchester last week Wedne.=- £ as held Sunday evening at Mrs. .day to attend the funeral of the Caroline Ackarman's in honor of I former's uncle, Dr. Ernest Ditt- March birthdays in the family, mer. returning Fridav. Birthdays celebrated were Mary I Calvin Householder, Chicago Ann and Maxlne Flaig's, Luella s Pent Saturday night and Sunday Ackernian's, Janet Lee Acker-; with his family here. Mrs J M mans Mrs. Robert Ackernian's Blnnchard spent Friday with her and John Pearson's. Attending: ! Parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A White- the Frank Flaigs, the Jim Acker-! hi ". Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. William mans, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackar-; ™ck O'Donnell, Burt. were last man, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ack- ' week Wednesday till Friday guests arman, the Ernil Pearsons, HI run at Mervin Marlow's. Mrs. Ravuiond Ackarman. and Mr. and Mrs. C. W.' Bierstedt spent Friday with her •Heerdt, Algona. , parents; Mr. and Mrs. C. E Sigs] bee. Burt. The P. L. Persons spent Sunday afternoon at James Nyman's Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burt, of Arm-: strong, spent last week Thursday: and Jim Christenson and Ronald were at A. J. Krueger's, Fairmont, last week Thursday. i , Mrs. Bernard Lceper and Roy T.eeper, Swea City, spent Fridav and Saturday at Hugh Marlow's Mr. and Mrs. Alex Raeiig and Mrs. I Harold Gross drove to Ft. Dod?e ! Thursday to meet and bring 'to ! . I>. R. Mrs. Frank Hemple, Pasadena. Calif., who is visiting at Radig's. Verne Dacken. Lisbon, and Mrs. Myrtle Milligan. Muscatine, spent Saturday and Sunday at Frank Dacken's. The Rev. S. M. A. Kruegers, . , and Beulah Gladstone. Swea City, were Saturday supper suests at Dacken's. '. Surprise Honors (he I.onirs A surprise party was inven at James Long's Sunday evenine in honor of the Longs' seventh wedding anniversary. Attending the (U Ml ' s - Hattic Sprank's Lawrence Xewbroughs, Mrs. Rich-: Ackarnwn's. Will ard Long, son John, the Ralph llis so " Thompsons and Ralph Hurl hurts and James Rath: from Burt the W. H. Reidels, Michael Lone and Louis Scott: from Swoa City the Bert Olsons; and from Fo'nton. the Arthur Ric-lels. Five hundred wa.s played. Laura Reidel and Ralph Thompson winninc hten James Lone, travel. Fntliers and Sons Himiiiief— A father and son banquet was ' held last week Thursday eveniii"- at the local church, and the program was.: America the Beautiful' Invocation, the Rev. T. D. Areml*' • Gladstone, the A. local pastor; group sinking- n , e( j.'• Adelaide Haruns, ley, boys' -lee dub; speech, by Fcrnau;speech, Gerald \n- • day at Theo Jacobseh's, Humboldt. i Mrs. L. B. Hollister and her son ! Vernon spent last week Thurs- ,dny at Fort Dodge, and Saturday, with Bernard Genrich, drove to .Larson, Wis., where Airs. ; ter remained for a. visit atives. ; The Herman Dreyers, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Arend Neehr.id :were Sunday evening guests tit ,Kmil Kraft's. Walter Krause and ;his son Del ton went to Chicago i Saturday night with a load of 1 sheep. The A. H. Henningsens, Mrs. H. • 11 ?' lei '> and Elizabeth Jensen all of Graettinger, Mrs. F W Eri<*i , u '' d ' Muscatinc, and the latter^ d iglHer Margaret, Algona, were Sunday guests at E. M. Jensen's, •u-n,. r- • i Nielse »s, Riugsted, of v Fn(l «>' Ailing dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowe in honor of Mrs. Rowe's father Mr. Niel; sen s birthday. ; Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit and Mrs. Lvelyn Earing drove to Emmetsburg Sunday to see their daughter and sister respectively,! had an ap- I Lu Verne I Mr.-!. Edwin pendpctomy. Dillis and Shirley Marlow accompanied by Leona Neltzel, Burt. afternoon and The Edw, Masons, Charles City, and Ray Mason, Fairmont, spent Saturday at Lottie and Jennie Mason's. Jennette Henderson, who attends the university of Minnesota, is spending a few days at home, and is making the acquaintance of a new brother, born Saturday at the Algona hospital. . Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbin spent bunday at Alton, and Richard Bekman, Mrs. Corbin's brother, came here with them. | The Raymond Meyers family | and the Rev. and Mrs. L. Witten- iburg went to Rochester Friday to see Herman Meyers, who is in a serious condition at a hospital there. Ernest Meyers Sr., Chelsea, Mich., is here, and Mrs. Harry Anderson, .sister of Herman, didn't return to her home in Brnt- tleboro, Vt., contrary to last week report. Lee Troutman, Woodward is looking after the Herman Meyers farm. Mrs. Emma Lehman. Boxholm, and Earl Lehman, Des Moines were Sunday guests at Fred Merkle's. and Saijfih. She attended a convocation at the university of Chi- Mikes. She is a student at the university of Minnesota. Paul ,~~..v.~,i .._ n.v ...... E.O.IJ u . ^,.,.- . cago In which Ada received the i Harms, who Is spending a vaca- bachelor's degree in philosophy, i tlon wlth hls Parents, Mr. and ' ° U1T Hn '' mS ' ' S ft party Ames. Remsen ' with honorable mention. There was a shingling church, when approximately men gathered to renew the roll onr;,""'. "' ."' "•—•'—"•—• --the south side of the Sunday I Sundav 'or Belmond, where she .school annex. & ave a nils sonarv talk She was | There Is'no public school here |nc ? ompR " l8 JJ bynMrs " "Tif J f," this week Friday. The teachers ! ™ ta " nd / M ™'. ° BOr « e McDowell. ; will attend a north central teach- Mlss P*ubendlek was a missionary !crs. convention at Fort Dodge. ! Tlie Evangelical Missionary so- jclety sprang a surprise on the [ president, Hnida Fritzemeler, i last week Thursday, when they ITiicio j-^vvi uunvi it;iv » <io ti in in^n-fiim ,r in India 11 years. Then her health and hearing failed, but she remembers the work with pleasure and can talk interestingly about Mrs. Carl Vohs attended a sub- it. ! appeared at her home in a group ™ r ?\ C ? rt] Vol ! s aUelldet i to help her celebrate a birthday. dlstrlct j nter :f, h ° o1 music con|The afternoon was spent at visit- test at l Fl ' idn) "' accompanying i ing, and lunch centering around a. I h , er music , P"!' 11 * a \ R , ol , f , c ' who !' e ! birthday cake was 'served. Missi she is publlc sch ° o1 vlolln teac h- j FrlUcmeier was presented with al 61 ' 1 |gift from the society. | ~! Dr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Shultz, Pel-! 'In, spent Sunday at the J. S. I Shultz home. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. | Phillips were week-end guests of jMrs. S. F. Phlllrpg. I 'Mrs. Edw. Rief and her son j Sunnier spent the week-end with •.relatives here. They visited Mrs.' Ui|tll<l, Tablets j Kief's mother, Mrs. John Hnuser, i Salve, Nose Drops i at Algona Monday. "" chocks COLDS and FEVER first day IfeinlncliP, 80 ,- .... minutes Try «Riih-My..'Ws7ti" — World's Host, Liniment KUS; group singing; address, the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins, Kov. Otto H. Frerking, Lakota;and s "«s Francis and Donald Liver- group sinking. ;more, spent Saturday and Sunday s . . , ... ..T ' rit Mervin Marlow's. Mr. and Mrs. (o K»irvi|]|> Mrs. George at Mervin Marlow's. Mr. and . Kiincrnl— ;H. J. Rice spent last week Thurs- ' Pettit, daughter 'day at Hampton, visiting Mr. and -, . --..-„- , , Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Mrs. I. D. Robinson and Doctor letlit. Mrs. Kvolyn Raring, and ' Dwight Hoxie. j Jhyllis Sppgi-harth attended the ! Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig, Mr i funeral of Rudolph Wehrspann, and Mrs. Martin Dreyer, and Mr. i J-airvillo, Saturday afternoon. and Mrs. John Schal'lin, all from' Tn ftiim-i(,> r/,T7'~- . LotlM r '' cok . attended a surprise Ru «,]' is. i; 1 - f ' pmd « ir - , birthday dinner for Mrs. Anna i orp 1 f V • "," ' )m ' Chasof! Dal1 ' Whittomore, Sunday. The! a poiMblo ft-od-Krindor from Carl William Xelsons were guests that i cal attention. They drove there i again Monday. j Mrs. I. W.'Nelson and her sons: s-ient the week-end at Jesse Ho- i henstein's, Amboy, Minn., and Mr. I Nelson drove up Sunday to bring' them home. " | Mrs. William Krause spent Sat- ! urday at R. L. Padgett's Fenton.' The A. J. Neelans, Burt, spent' Sunday afternoon at Arend Neel- : nr>'". ' Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton, spent S-mmijiv niL'ht. with Elma Krueg-: or, and Elma spent Sunday at' Cl«"pncn ThoRsfield's, Fenton. School election was held last week Moiu'av. r. AV. Nelson and J. M. Blanclrard were re-elected for three-year terms. W. G. Flait' Attended a Mc- Cnrwick Deerintr meeting at Algona last week Wednesday evening. Philip Rciley lias started work at the Cotton hatchery. . ' Announcem Through the courtesy of W. Swmison my hat shop i s t ily located in the Swanson Store to Zender's, I can show my old and new toiners a complete new line of s millinery. Come in and see me. Elizabeth Holt ci, s . • sisters Ada)parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph OF OUR EXCLUSIVE 1938 HOUSE BROOM d.Scwed INTRODUCING THE NEW COAST-TO-COAST STORES TIRE "The Safest Thing on Wheels". COAST-TO-COAST. STORES SAFE-FLEX TIKES .are deaijmed to give you the greatest possible protection against road hazards. Tire engineers I who Fl PX S T e iRi?« tested COAST -TO-COAST SAFE- Ninv cv-ln f f re a ? reed that th ey have the finest NOiN-SKID feature that is known today «^"5^£l£^^u25? 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We have dozens of patterns at 15c per DOUBLE ROLL nn,l !««« wm, 15c paper y<m And we could not take time to count our Wall Paper patterns that run 25c per DOUBLE BOLL and under, but you will be surprised at the large selection. You can paper a 10x12 room with 2oc paper for SZ.Z3 Moore's Paint A gloss raMma-llte paint for walls and wood? a i ft*™ S 08S Mes hsrd »™ralKht and Is made n the soft pastel shades In demand 95c qt. Home beauty is reflected in every wall which is papered with our selection of modern papers. We will gladly send our representative to call and show you our complete line of sample papers—im- ported and domestic, priced from lOc a roll to $5, and ev- cry roll the best available quality for its price! FREE WITH EACH BOOM OF WALL PAPEB you HURRY! 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