Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1938 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 24, 1938
Page 13
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MARCH/24, 1338. =• ^p^ ^ ^^^ = ^SS55g*!Bg!!"»»a»^^^-i^—••-il^iSgi^LgL-J^uiT 1 * A*cone Girl Given ShowcrliTWesley KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA HA JOHNSON ILL BE EARLY SUMMER BRIDE »ley, Mar. 22—Anna Johnson, teacher, was honored at a ni iptlfll miscellaneous shower -er sister Mrs. Silas Skow's irday, 40 women attending, 1 a distance being Mrs. Anna Ennon, Algona; Mrs. John Anon Fowler, Colo., Mrs. Albert •son, Grnntsburg, Wls.; Mrs. t Johnson, Brltt ;Mrs. Henry Ken, Swea City; Miss McEl- l a y, Clarke, S. D. Mlsa Johnj ff ho will be an early summer received many gifts. A pro» was given under direction •rs, B. M. Paulson. L Wilson IJnby Dies— fck Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. V, and Mrs. Clarence Dornbler •e to Mankato Friday to attend ral services aSturday for the Je weeks son of the former Lil- (Vllson and her husband. Lll- I is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. In Wilson, Mankato, and a Iddaughter of Nick Miller. The [was Nick's first great-grand- , Tlsltors Go Home- he Fred McBlmurrays and jp and Dorothy Seaberg, all of lie, S, D., spent the week-end I at George and Peter Sea- I'6,:and on golng.-home were mpanied by a Miss McElmur- who.jfor,:several weeks' 'had i here, helping her sister, Mrs. George Seaborg get settled or. a farm northwest of town. Visitors' Baby n f, Hospital-. The Harold Greens, of Crystal Lake, were 'Sunday guests at Dan fnvo r n "' Har ° ld n » tl "'a WO have a S0 ven months baby who or the last several months has been at Iowa City, rocolvln B trcat- Uo'ns. mastoditls and Molnes Sunday to see his Wife who Is at a sanitarium there and was accompanied by his father Surprise for Mrs. Mullln— Vee MtiHIn perpetrated a surprise on his wife Saturday even- l !i W * ° n ,?, rlondB arrlvc(1 fc ° "le- brate her birthday. Ho had made arrangements for lunch "fto? _ School Election Is Qnlct- At the school election last weeic Monday only 63 votes were cast Re-elected were Halvor Flom Jr L. L, Lease, and Charles kraus! directors, and Ihno A. Gerdes treasurer. ' Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester drove to Fort Dodge Saturday to visit the Karl Westergaards, and were accompanied to Wesley by Mra William Hutchison, who had for three weeks visited two daughters there and her son Frank at Alden. Mr. and Mrs. Wester were Sunday guests of the George Millers, tenants of the Wester farm near Lu Verne. •Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wllkins, of »es Molnes, spent Sunday with the lallor's -grandparents, Mr. and S r f 8 ho n f° b0rt W T° Uei " Mrs ' Wilki " s s the former June Hudson. Stan- wonko, "' Mnrfi "*lHown, was a week-end guest at Druggist II. J. Bra oy's. Mildred Benton, kinder,1 tcaeher ' Emmetsburg, the week-end with her par- T' le ^ rhflrd Skartl and8, Pilot Snm^'i A',""" Sp ° nt Sa turd<iy at Samuel Alne's, and that evening Mrs. Skartlnnd, with her daugh- Pf7' °?, rald ' ne and Shirley Ann, eft on the Sioux for Milwaukee for wo weeks with Mrs. Bertha Dan- leteon, sister of Mrs. Skartland. The Edwin Johnsons, St. James, Minn., were Saturday night to Monday guests of local relatives. Mrs. Albert Johnson, Grantsburg, Wls arrived hy bus Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom, and the local Johnsons. Mrs. Kate Kennedy had a visit Sunday from her slater, Mrs. Charles Gilbride, near Algona. The brother, Philip Aman, who recently returned from California, where ne spent the winter, was for several days last week at the Kennedy nome. The Leonard Smiths, Bode, were visitors Sunday at Al Wagner's. Nina Mae Wagner, business student at Mason City, spent the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Engen, Swea City, were weekend guests at their son Paul's. Grace Kouba, employed in the statehouse, spent the week-end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Hauptmann, Charles City, were Sunday guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. An- to.n Goetz. Mrs. Oliver Young entertains Mrs. Arlo Dawson's and Mrs. George Aldrich's Methodist Aid Circles this week Wednesday. Mrs. Alfred Erdmann will entertain her bridge club this week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ackerman and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long, Lone Rock, with the Lee Goetzes, were guests Sunday at Mrs. Anthony Johnson's. Mr. Johnson, employed at Ottosen, was at home. The James Lloyds have moved into the house formerly occupied by the Hedinger brothers. The Lloyds had lived with James's mother, Mrs. Rose Lloyd, since early winter. The C. W. Gosllns were Sunday guests of the Peter Gosllns, Ames, and Fred Johnson, Des Molnes, and his daughter Jane were there also. Mrs. George Spangler, Everly, daughter Verneil, and baby spent Sunday at Mrs. Olivia Benner's. Mrs. Esther Skow will entertain the Prlscilla Phoebes next week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller have named their new daughter Marilyn Kay. Small Loans Up to $300 OH AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FUBNITURE, ETC Trompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO to Upper Dei Molbes offlc* 186 Alj(Qna.~Inwt FOR BUILDING, REMODELING AND REPAIRING-AT YOUR SERVICE ILK. Cowan & Son "Kossuth County Builders Since 1870" Building is Our Business... We Guarantee Satisfaction "C&*< H. R. COWAN & SON Offi GENERAL CONTRACTING ce Algona, Iowa PAGE FIV1 ==== ^ =5!5!a==== !S55!5!'*!-5-'—^ f""^^^^^^""""^™^^ Modernize Your Home in a Way that's ECONOMICAL with Electric Appliances And In Algona, That Mean* Pratt's WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES WESTINGHOUSE WASHERS ELECTRIC ROASTERS HOOVER CLEANERS I.E.S.LAMPS Liberal Trade-in Allowances Electrical Contracting Our Specialty Whether it's Rewining an old house, Wiring a new one, or getting New Outlets, Fixtures and Appliances, we do the job right—all work guaranteed. WE WELCOME A CHANCE TO SUBMIT ESTIMATES ON ALL ELECTRICAL WORK PHONE 170 UlrWMJSftfrWwywwuvwwV^ Your Home Deserves the Best! And You'll Find it in Our New Store These are remarks made by dozens of our customers as they look at the array of living room suites on our floor. We do try to show you Quality, Style and Coverings that are different. A price to fit every home. Bedroom Suites Our Bedroom Suite Line is not surpassed in the • cities. If you saw our bedroom line two weeks ago, you may come in now and see a completely different stock. They are beautiful—priced to sell—and boy, how they are moving. CHOOSE YOURS TODAY FROM THE NEW SHIPMENT JUST UNPACKED OUR Dining Suites Have Been the Talk of Kossuth County When you buy our northern kiln dried. refectory oak suite, you buy a lifetime of service, Our massive bend walnut suite with the big .roomy credenza buffet would make an acceptable . smte for the finest home in Iowa. THESE ARE SOME OF OUR NATION ALLY KNOWN LINES Mohawk Rugs Plexsteet laving Room furniture Armstrong's lanoleuin Fashion flow Fiirbiture' Refrigeration- Sellers KitQlje» and Bmkfast Room Furniture Our Lower Overhead Mean, a $**rmg fc> RICHARDSON'S fURNITlJIlE < 0>II'A> V \ '-

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