Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 24, 1938
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3&AYT I Mar. 22-High school B \ore came home from a contest at Belmond with five superior . ,.. ne y competed against L udents from 17 other * • counties, winning ieHents and three "goods " f placing superior will ad' district contest and If oiqful will be certified P"n a state contest at lor rankings were meszo- fvirglnla Walley, fresh- lued chorus; mixed small ll,m- Kirls' small vocal 13 At solo, Richard I 8 who tied with a Hamp- livtant who studied in ftast summer. lent ratings: baritone bass lowell Kalvig, freshman; •lee club; soprano solo, •Thompson; snare drum, 1 Brlckson; and mixed L group. Goods:, contralto ilth Hoppe; concert band; lor solo, Clyde Johnson. Peace was unable to play a jo due to a eore on the lip. imental music was In fof J. Worth Miller, and vo- llsts and groups were in- by Esther Charlotte letlllon waa keen. There g Class C schools having a fhool enrollment of 160 or The soloists all competed In fcup regardless of size of [' for Achievement Day— •Albert Johnson and Mrs. iMasterson attended a meet- j co-operators of Irvington airle townships last' week jay at the Mra. Sim Bemls ft Sexton, and plans were Achievement day at Burt Instruction was given by IPepoon, county H. D. A., liters and publicity books, constructing and exhlbit- hship booths. Each booth Jve posters showing a rec- jneetings, names of officers, Iders, results of Jessons, and |re specializing one of the Irvington and Prairie [ special feature- on suitable uitaWe toys for children. Johnson and Mrs. Master- i charge of assembling the nd the special feature, and jemis, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Wise, Is. Sanders will have charge V lonatcs Band Uniform— D. Y, T, club met at the Le|all Friday, Mrs. Harold Ox- I Mrs. Leo Thompson host- Mrs. Philip Puffer • presid- [ a scripture lesson by Iva- ard. At a business meeting |ib voted to donate one unl- i ttie high school band. i Grandson Sick— J Hay Scaco is at Sibley, lone day last week when the terandson, son of Mr. and Bugh Bayland, was operated 1 appendicitis. The boy was lous condition, for he had Icovered from broncho-pneu- l«ttcr Birthday Observed— land Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter pined Friday evening for Mr. (tetter's birthday. i to Fly a Plane— [Wlldman Is taking lessons licensed pilot at flying. .--.... CORWrrH NEWS. land Mrs. Eric Peterson, of Podge, spent Friday at Albert Pns. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. is, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Te. and Mr. and Mrs. Lee •MI son Gary Lee, spent ' at S. J. Packard's, near ttenWlck. Mrs. Clarence Tilllon, Calumus, and her daughter Patty are visit- Ing at the Fred IJush home. The oldest TllHon daughter, Nancy has been at the Bush homo this winter. A Mrs. Hooblor, Chlnpowa Falls Wis., has been visiting Mrs. Sarah Izzord. She visited friends at Algona Tuesday and is to be at Verne Zeigler's. this wcok'ond Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Orc'lf, Buffalo Center, were Sunday dinner guests at Robert Masterson's. Tlio two families are former neighbors In Dallas county. Robert Johnson, who had boon visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson, left for Washington, D. C., last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Widen drove to Fonda Saturday to attend the funeral of an uncle of Mrs Widen, returning Sunday. 'Frank Oower, Odell, 111,, and his son, Doctor Gower, Pocahontas, were here Sunday, looking after farming Interests. Mrs. William Wood and Jeanette drove to Stuart Saturday to visit Mrs. Wood's parents, returning Sunday. v "Lee Williams took charge of a scout meeting Monday evening, in the Rev.' Paul Williams' absence. TITONK/wfNS TWO 'TOPS' IN MUSIC TESTS Titonka, Mar. 22— In the music contest at Burt last week-end Titonka wan two superiors, six ex- cellents, seven goods, and two averages. A tuba solo by Russell French, and the boys' glee club of 23 members won superiors, and will enter a district contest. The excellents were Irene Schmidt, piano won solo; by: cert band, 17 boys and girls; soprano solo, Patricia Ball; clarinet solo, Feme Oesterreicher; and a girls' small vocal group of six. Good ratings were given to: mixed small vocal group; baritone boss solo, Robert Reynolds; contralto solo, Jackie Callies; and mixed chorus, 23 boys, 17 girls; girls' glee club; flute solo, Patricia Ball; and cornet solo, Doris Krantz. The two average ratings were given to: tenor solo, Herman Schutter; mezzo soprano solo, Doris Krantz. The local director was the school music instructor, Emery D. Stewart, and the accompanist was Mrs. Stewart. KOSStTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA . 0. J. DeWall and her chil- with her par- serioncsiv al ,. who has been t0 "' ? tuder ' A1 ! red Studer.'aa the Old Fisher farm. Mr. and . Wlth Mlu AIfred and Kate Kennedy, all of Wesley, and Mts. George Wagner, Irvington. At cards Mrs. Vitzthum won high, and Mrs. Fechner was low. A chair prize was awarded to St. Patrick's .~w^ttr PllCati ° na 1S --.day^ol^schemewls carried'out tlL IJtiLLtr, ; *vt r\f\nr\**n4- 1 r>Vt« n»-. ,1 ..4. 1..«.1. of ° A. ArondsV WHmar, Minn., and in decorations and at lunch. al rolatl™ ' Arthur AmcV and Mrs wm. , T ere rec , ent euests Scarlet Fever Closes School- S and ° ther Some of the pupils in the school a mlle north ° E the Hauenstein oil station are Having a , tion. At least one of them, the over the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrq w n ntn , n , -, I Wo -lter Barr, is spending it by hav- ™, ,,L?' T , B ,'? rsted '.. ot Lone Ins scarlet fever. The school did Hock, nr',' ,?Ti, ™ y th the for " not re °P en Monday because of the ciB daughter Mrs. Ray Bartlett.' disease. Wayne Barr, a son who nrinv Tw Bona p kers vlslted attends high school, fell ill first, at Mason City with the and the quarantine was establish- L. B. Larsons. ed two weeks ago Monday. No •t3t™. It -tir i . cu " ''"'" WtJUIVS ItKU IVJLUUUtiY. 1 felgwell Wood is confined to bed other cases have been reported. with a severe attack of the flu. SUNDAY DAY OF GET-TOGETHERS AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Mar. 22—Many here took advantage of the spring weather Sunday to hold family gatherings. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges were host and hostess to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Potter, Humboldt, the Tom Reeds and the Harvey Reeds, Algona, the Milton Marlows, Burt, Montford Peterson, and Olivia rKessIn, of Swea Missionary Society Meets— The Missionary society met Friday at the church, with all members but one present. Mrs. Mo- Lean was in charge. Songs were sung and Mrs. Boldridge offered prayer. Mrs. H. T. Sabin spoke on Polish Youth, and Mrs. Thomas discussed an article on Are They Japs? Mesdames Seip, Colwell, Boldridge, Schichtl, and M. L. Roney offered information concerning Japan and The Foreigner in America. City. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Patterson entertained Mrs. Frank Green and her son. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Willrett drove to Britt for the day with the Herman Willretts. The Chester Harmons and Norman Dietz, Woden, were guests at Mrs. Mary Dole's. Dinner guests at Ben Dwenger's were the Clifford Dehnerts, Mason City; Rita Rahm, Iver, Elaine, and Pattie Fee, all of Carroll; and the Magnus Rahms. callers were, the After Frank dinner Young- wirths, Lu Verne, and the Lewis Garmans, Algona. Mrs. Dehnert had spent the week visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Victor and Mrs. Henry Balk, Hammer LeSeuer, Minn., spent the day with the John Hammers here. Donald Frankl, student at Sioux City spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seip, accompanied by Mrs. Donald Fraser, of Burt, and Mrs. Kelsey Burtis, of Lu Verne, drove to Thor to see Rolfe Hansen, who has been bedfast seven weeks, following a sev- Tcachers Have Week-End Guests- e re heart attack. Mrs. Fraser, and Carol McEwen, high school teacher, had a week-end visit from Maxlne Beerman, music in- school. grade structor in the Aryshire Clarine Jolinson, second teacher, had as guest Lena Madsen, Britt, former Titonka teacher. Mrs. Burtis, and Mr. Seip are sister and brothers, and Mr. Hansen is an uncle. They also visited an aunt, Mrs. Martha Knudtson, at Thor. Woman Falls, Breaks Arm— Mrs. Swanga, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Edw. Brown, fell in the Brown yard one day last week and suffered a broken arm. Birthday Club is Entertained— The Birthday club entertained at a Sti Patrick's day party Thui-sday evening at Mrs. John Fisher's. A pot luck lunch was served. Other Titonka News. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ricklefs, Eric Peterson, daughter Lorraine, and son Woodrow went to Waterloo Sunday on a business and a pleasure trip, returning Monday evening. Mrs. Ann Fechner, Algona, and her brother, E. J. Osterbauer, of Rockford, 111., were Sunday evening dinner guests of their sister, Mrs. J. E. Falk. The Rev. L. G. Gartner was at Ribbing, Minn., over the week-end. It was in northern Minnesota that Algonian is Party Honorce— Mrs. George Scuffham entertained Friday afternoon in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Herman Lyons, Algona, whose mother, Mrs. George Hildman, Wesley, assisted the Mesdames hostess. C. R. Guests were Pommerening, Ann Fechner, Fred Pooch, David King, George Simmons, Robert Kain, Edw. Hopkins, and Clifton Beaschoter, also Lola Scuffham, all of Algona; Mesdames Tom Forburger, George Ward, George Vitzthum, Barney Muehe, Del Ben- Ilitchhikns from the Coast— Walter Halsrud arrived late last week from Los Angeles. He finished a Diesel engineering course in February. On February 29 he left that city, escaping the recent floods, and hitch-hiked all the way home, traveling via Texas, Missouri, and Kansas. He found no jobs available in the southwest. He intends to remain here for a time, if he can find employment. Mrs. Leo Leners have moved into the house and will work for Mr. Grill. Mr. and Mra| Grill are living with Mrs. Grill's mother, Mrs. Nick Leners, and have rented her farm land. Mrs. Grill was formerly Elizabeth Leners. Klst House is Sold— Mr. and Mrs. William Hedrick, who had been living near Sexton, have purchased the Dr. A. L. Rist property here. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jordan had been living ttiere for the last several years. The house is just west of the church, and It was the home of the late Marlon Smith and Bessie Rist for years-. many Thirteenth Birthday Obsei-vedr- Phyllis Maxwell was hostess to ten friends Saturday afternoon, the occasion being her 13th birthday. G-uests were Dorothy, Ruth, and Helen Leigh, Loraine Thomas, Betty Miller, Esther Scheppman, Pauline Seip, Camilla Frankl, Adella Lemkee, and Shirley Roney. Piiane Rlley Has Operation— Duane Rlley, who was taken to Iowa City again last week Wednesday, had an operation Friday in which part of an infected bone in his right leg was removed. His father here received word that the boy had come through the ordeal successfully. Mrs. Mae Miller Sick— O. L. Miller spent Sunday night with his mother, Mrs. Mae Miller, Algona, who was again suffering a light attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Miller is confined to her bed, following a broken hip which she suffered late in the winter. Qnlltlng Bee is Held— A quilting bee was held three days last week at Mrs. John Bler- le's, and attending were Mesdames Clifford Dehnert, Frank Youngwirth, Magnus Rahm, Lewis Carman, Ben Dwenger, and Rudolph Willrett. Other Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schoby had a Frigidaire demonstration at their home Monday evening. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schoby, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grill, and Wrs. Nick Leners. The Charles Noonans, who had been living on the O'Rourke farm, moved Monday to Galbraith, and are now living in the house recently vacated by the Rastus Hansens, Pauline Black came Friday for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Black. Her brother Hugh took her back to Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Curtis, of Sioux Falls, came Saturday to bring home Mrs. Anna Sankey, who had been visiting them for several weeks. Melvin Dole, St. Paul, has been Cliild to Have Operation- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Menke, Bancroft, have taken their five- year- old daughter Moxine to Iowa will posibly be had to under- City where she operated upon. go an operation when she was an infant, and it paralyzed certain nerves, leaving her crippled in one foot. An attempt is being made to stretch the cords in the foot and partial recovery is hoped for. Fisher Farm Changes Hands — Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grill recently purchased what is known THE New Patterns —in— Dinnerware ARE HERE They are now on display here. See them at the Cooking School next week. Buy dishes for wedding gifts. Department Stores OW! is the time to luild iemodel le-roof 'aint ix-Up * BS handle your Spring In the lumber and line. architect is at your [ lc *- Come in ftw d consult °n your building needs, fee under no obliga* .;«. i '.: 1 Ife] Botsford They're Amazing Values sale Thurs. New Springtime DRESSES Two For '1.00 Every dress of much higher value Another smashing sale in our dress section. Many chic styles to choose from with novel sleeves and necklines—• colorfast fabrics in choice fjpral and stripe patterns. Sizes 14 to 46 . Extra Special Rayon Panties Full cut in novelty weave and plain rayons. See them, examine their ue. Women's and misses' sizes 17c Department Stores Jacket.. Bolero & Redingote Dresses Delightfully New for Spring $7.95 Individual dresses that are winning fashion honors for spring— adorable high shade combinations . . . navies with white trimmings . . . gorgeous new prints— achieving extreme flattery with clever jackets, boleros and Lngotes! Irresistible buys! Starting tomorrow red- Man tailored SUITS* Wear them immediately. This season aman-tailored suit is an absolute necessity! These are skilfully fashioned from durable materials . . . accenting smart shades and patterns. x They're positively unherd-of at this low price! Flattering Spring Coats Smart Bright Shades $10.95 'Stunning, practical, serviceable ('ijcoats that are'cleverly design- 'ed for Spring wear! Note the new silhouettes . . the splendid weaves . . the gorgeous colors . . . the flawless workmanship —they really leave nothing to be desired! Authentic New STRAW HATS Rough or smooth, dull or shiny $1.95 Presenting a grand collection of new straws, sailors, Bretons, Berets, and tiny pill boxes— shown in navy, brown, black, head sizes 22 to 24 BOLERO'S Keep in Style With, New styles in boleros with • sash. Fashioned of quality crepes in, at- „ tractive print patterns! Sizes U to 20. $1,00 visiting relatives at Algona and Irvington. He is stenographer for an oil company. Arthur Maas leaves Wednesday for Yale, S. D., to look after business interests. He expects to be away a week. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on Unfulfilled Prophesies, taking his text from Daniel, 2:40. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole spent Monday at Rochester, Minn. » Roadman Has Close Call. Dr. E. A. Roadman, Morningside PAGE THRJBj college president, who epoke at a Britt "brides' school" a week ago Saturday, narrowly escaped accident en route to the Burt "school" the same day for a similar address. Traveling at 70 m. p. h., he had difficulty to control his car when a tire blew out. KOSSUTH COUNTS AJ»VANUK Weekly Newspaper Founded In !901. Entered as Second - Class Vlatter December 31, 1908, at th« ^ostofflce at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. rlrl III Department Storm Department Stores New Curtains For Spring Windows All housewives know the decorative value of freshly curtained windows. Here's your opportunity to replenish your "Window Wardrobe" at modest cost. Ruffled Curtains Smartly Styled Priscillas Plain voiles, novelty marquisettes— 49c For Every Room in the House 98c Array of styles in . Pin dots . Cushion dots . Ball fringe . Novelty ruffles Finest quality materials for the money are in these curtains. Many beautiful patterns and weaves to choose from. Dainty and Charming Marquisettes 4 ' « Wide ruffles, flounce bottom Lace Panels Extra Wfde 79c 98c $1.59 $1.98 A truly marvelous assortment of the smartest styles, consisting of plain, or figured laces and . filet nets. Novelty Curtain Materials 19c 25c Make your selection fromo this group of .marquisettes, g r e n a- dines, and casement cloths, 36 in. wide. Attractive Nets! Cushion Dots! IOC 19C Patterns for curtains and sash curtains—easy to make up, 36 and 40 in. wide. New 1938 Cottage Sets Styles in 69c $1.00 Crisp new marquisettes in the smartest new styles— fancy plaids—ball fringe and ruffles! 46-in. oil cloth new patterns, yd._ Window Shades Without Roller lOc Window Shade , Roller Only 10c Armstrong Felt Base Rugs, low priced, 9 ft. by 12 ft. size. Window Shades Complete with Fixtures 39c $5.49 Spring Sash Rods 5c Swivel End Sash Rods IQc 0-Cedar Oil Polish 12-oz. bottle. For fine furniture and floors __. O-Cedar Self Polishing Wax 49c 50c Two Big Values O.Cedar DUST MOP Value___, $1 .00 Long wearing, non- matting cotton yams, for walls or floors, big size. 0-Cedar OIL »OP Value—. $1 .00 Triangle shape, ad* Justabje tp njany t §jj-, g}es; also Vtw^

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