Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1938
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PACLBTRltifll E OFFERS EPER HMT, L, gewational! A bfc »tep ||n safe food preservation! , Wejtinghouse MEAT- L wpMsany derfined to |, t ; frt ,h and tarty f or dayil cdsin construction eon- sl j»ces and flavor.. o pounds of meat. See thta uviBj feature, today! f 000... SAVES TIME ivEs mm o Ex-Corwith Youth Weds Missourian BRIDEGROOM HAS OELWEIN PHOTO STUDIO Corwith, Apr. 12 — Announcements have boon received of the. marriage at Peru Crow, Green Mo., to Elvin Lee, son of Mr. and, Mrs. W. H. Perkins, Corlwlth, on, March 28, at the Methodist parsonage, Kirksville, Mo., the Rev, Mr. Garrell, district superintendent, officiating. Mr. Perkins was born and reared here and was graduated from, high school In the close of 1928, He has been in photographic work, for some years, and is at present managing o, studio at OttumWa for, the Woltz Studios, DCS Molnes. Mrs. Perkins has been in the same BURT SAVE MORE MOMKY WITH A WE8TINQHOUSBI itt Electric Co. 170 'Algona, Iowa ty.pe of work and will now her husband at Ottunrwa. help Dorothy Brooke, Morningslde college, came home Friday for the Easter vacation. Oriole Brooke, who teaches at Ringsted, spent Sunday at home. Stella Isenberger, also Morningside, came Monday for a week with her mother. Mrs. Alvina Powers and Martha Ruhnke went to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday to see George Power's, who was seriously sick with a throat infection. Martin Larsen took them down. The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. J. W. Dorrance'a, Mrs. W. H. Vogel assisting. The program topic was American Panorama, and Mrs. Maude Hanna conducted a round table on "The Novel I've Read This Year That Best Depicts Today's Life." Esther Hodgson gave a book review on Contemporary America as a Liter- Elghtcen to 0. E. S. Meet— Eighteen members of Paradise chapter of the 0. E. S. went to Garner last week Monday evening for a, reception in honor of Mrs. Rowena Johnsoni Boone, grand worthy matron. A feature of the evening was'initiation of two candidates. There were more than 150 in attendance, representing 12 chapters. Attending from Corwith were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, the Rev. and Mrs. Killer, Mesdames Fern Paulson, Harry Maw, R. E. Bonnstetter, Glen Dunlap, Ruasoll Riggle, George Gaskill, Elwyn Gaskill, J. M. Gehrt, Fannie Gaskill, J. M. Gehrt, Fannie Barracks, S. L. Thompson, Charles Oxley, and Dave Johnson, also Alberta Mitchell. ary Background. Frances Vaughn and Marie and If T DENY YOU HATE DISHWASHING UGH — THAT * GREASE! Club Has Spring Dinner- Members of the Woman's club were guests at a spring dinner last week Monday evening at the Legion hall, with the following committee in charge: Mesdames Edw. Oxley, J. M. Gehrt, J. W. Mii- ler, C. E. Meyers, C. V. Oxley, C. H. Martin, C. E. Aipplegate, and J. L. Oxley A three-course dinner was served at 6:30 at tables beautifully decorated in pastel shades. Nut cups, favors, and place cards (combined) were parasols in rainbow colors. The centerpiece was of ferns, pussy willows, and pastel candles. Mrs. Ed Oxley gave a welcome talk, and Mrs. C. C. Johnson the response. A solo was sung by Mrs. W. J. Miller. Methodist Young People Hosts- evening to some 20 young people were hosts last week Sunday evening to some 0 young people from Wesley and Sexton. A devotional Luverne singing, vocal solo by Virginia Walley, a Geradl Bahling spent the weekend with friends at Cedar Falls and Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow left Monday for a week with their son Perry at Newton and their daughter, Mrs. Clifford Parrish, Davenport. Marian Happe and Alice Eighme spent the week-end with Miss Hoppe's parents at Fort Dodge. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode, visited Sunday at Paul Moore's. Mrs. Moore accompanied them to Bode and from there expected to go to Iowa City this week Wednesday for further treatment at the university hospital. Dalle -Kennedy and Lois. Graham spent the week-end with their parents here. Dale is employed in a Mason City bank, and Lois teachea school near there. Two carloads of Epworth Leaguers attended an Epworth League rally at West Bend Sunday afternoon and evening. The H, A. Salislburys attended a card party at Tom Reid's, Good Hope, Friday evening. Wallace Hawcbtt has been seriously sflck a week with a strepto- coccus infection of the throat. The Marlnus Andersons, Dumont, and Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson, Rolfe, spent Sunday at Banker H. E. Rachut's. Dr. B. K. Balmson took Mrs. Dora Armstrong to the university hospital at Iowa City Friday evening. She is receiving treatment for diabetes. The Henry Gettmans went to Kirksville, Mo., Sunday. Helen vas to have a cast removed from led leg there, and the daughter Jean was to be examined at a lospital. Jean was one of the infantile paralysis victims of a year or two ago. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Gross, of Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests at the Edw. Thaves home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz, Tracy, Minn., were calling on Burt relatives Saturday and Sunday. 'Mrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs. J. G. McDonald, and the latter's daughters Dorothy and Mary Jean visited at O. P. Stow's, Dolliver, Sunday afternoon. The L. H. Schencks were at Graettinger. Erna Baars and Lenore Bollie were Mason City visitors Saturday. Mrs. R. E. Bartlett, Whittemore, Earth, has been spending «several days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bauman, while his parents were at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mm Warren Lloyd, son Bdiward, and George Hagge have returned Tuesday from Iowa City, where they consulted doctors about Edward's leg. He is to return to the hospital in six weeks and remain for treatment. Mrs. Max Nitz and Mrs. Walter Hans entertained the Lutheran Aid in the church basement at Lakota last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Howard Jensen accompanied them. The August Busch family visited at Edw. McGuire's, Algona, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald attended a postmasters' convention at Mason City Friday. Mrs. L. D. Mayne accompanied them to visit Evelyn Mayne and Henrietta O'Keefe. Roibert Swartzell, Minneapolis, visited from, last week Tuesday to Saturday at his sister Mrs. Elvln Carpenter's. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter entertained a few friends at a bridge party in his honor, and attending were Dorothy Stoflet, Arlene Archer Evelyn Cappel, James Logan, and Robert Morris. the former's Mrs. J. H. ECONOMY IN MEAL PREPARATIOI Natures great gift to n is LtN CLINTON , MR, towa spent Sunday with parents, Mr. and Schroeder. Leona Bahe visited over week-end With her parents Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. C.-H. Schrader, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford •• Schrader, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schrader tended the 58th wedding anniversary of -Mrs. C.' H. Schroder's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. George • Smith, Blmore, Sunday. Some 60 relatives were there. Huby Sanderson returned Monday from Des Molnes, where visited relatives. Dr. J. G-. Clapsaddle is having his suite of offices redecorated, Estel Rentz doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick spent Saturday afternoon with their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May, Emmets/burg. LEDYARD program was presented, Korleskl directing group The program included a [e yourself work 3 times a day nth Rinso's "Grease Chasing" suds t«p,the New Rinso give> over 25% id) than the old. A In the dishpan these fertiii off grease in a few minutes. All I ii swish and rinse and let the dishes drain x I toew Rinso is as kind as ever to hands. Get 1 |pl ge. This ii the convenient new open- J M ing on ihe New Rinso t»ck««c. lm reading by Harriet Oxley, and an accordion solo by Evelyn Weber. An address was given by John Stull, who was highly complimented on his presentation. Gertrude Dunlap presided at a social hour. Williamson Brother Dies— Word has been received of the death of Lawrence Williamson, of Baxter, a brother of Joseph Williamson and Mrs. S. L. Thompson here. He was born near Baxter July 7, I860, and spent his entire life on the same farm. He was 69. Besides the sister and brother at Corwith he is survived by two other 'brothers, Arch, Denver, and George, Monrovia, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. Effie Graves, Baxter. Mrs. Max Nitz and her brother, William Long, apent last week Thursday at Otto Long's, Elmore. The Lou Meyers family, of s Lakota, called Sunday afternoon at Jolin Manthei's. There will 'be Lenten services at the Methodist church next Wednesday and Friday evenings, and a candlelight communion service will be held the following Friday night. The Clarence Tokheims, Arm- sjrong, William Payne, Grant, and the latter's son Sidney were Sunday guests at Lars Skaar's. Mm Tokheim and Mrs. Skaar are eis- ters and. daughters of Mr. Payne. The Earth, Hans Hendricksons, called on relatives : YOU TRIED THE NEW IMPROVED RINSO? Baptist Young People A large group attended a meeting at the Baptist • church last week Thursday evening,' • when Goldfied 1 young people were hosts to the young people of the Baptist churches of north Iowa. Dr. Robert T. Ketcham,' Gary, Ind., president of the general association of ment day at Burt booth prepared by 0. meeting while Mr. Hiller visited the Rev. C. N. McMillan and helped plan a convention of Iowa temperance forces at Des Moines late this month. Mrs. Robert Masterson and Mrs. Albert Johnson attended Achieve- Friday. The the Prairie women" tied for first place and was awarded a blue ribbon. Mrs. Masterson was a member of the reception committee. Mrs. Henrietta Hillary has returned to her home here, after the winter with her daughters, Mrs. Marshall Barge, Decora,h, and Mrs. Walter Parsons, Maynard. Mrs. Parsons and her eons Buster and David brought. her home. Sunday. Mrs. Grace Welfare, • of Grant, and her children were Sunday guests at Jack Welfare's. Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Wallace and James Logan drove to Mason "City Saturday to meet and bring home Edith, who came for a week's Easter vacation. She is attending Coe college and lives with the Roy Links, formerly Ledyard. Mrs. Leo Anderson and Mrs. William Wenzefl were Swea callers Saturday. / Evelyn Anderson returned Sunday to her work at -Chicago. She had been called home .by the death of her father and had been here wo weeks with her mother. She a telephone operator. Bobbie, • small son of Mrs. Floyd ' Anderson, Mr. of and Blue George Evans from an attack Jr. is, recovering of sinus trouble. regular Baptists of States, was speaker. the United "The Ufe Of Tte P0r!y" to serve at a me»e»t'i »9ti<?e, SoUJ _..... Home from Tonr— Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Walley have returned from ten days' vacation travel to Little Rock, Ark., Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Biloxi, Jackson, Miss., and Memphis, Tenn. They visited Mrs. Walley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sharer, at Columbus, Mo. Larsons Have left Conrith— Arthur Larson and his children have moved to Lu Verne, where Arthur is now running an oil station. Eric Erickson and his mother have moved into the house vacated by the Larsons. Phone System Being Rebuilt— Fay Scace has received a carload of poles, a large shipment of wire, and other material, and begins this week to modernize the Corwith telephone^system. Other Corwith. The town council held a regular meeting one day last week, and the newly elected mayor and councilmen were sworn into office. The new mayor is W. (-•. Woodbury, and the new councilmen are Rufus Welter, Joseph Kouba, Fay Scace, William Wood, and George Oxley, J. L. Oxley was reappointed city clerk, and A. S. Beclunan was reappointed mar- The Baptist Mission circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Donald Meyers, who was assisted by Mrs Tom Hain and Mrs. Neal Wildman. Mrs. Paul Williams led a lesson on Highland ^Heritage and plans were made for the study of a new book on India. «« I Meyers, Mrs. Wildman, and He has been receiving treatment from Doctor Andrews, Algona, and Doctor Walley, here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harin, Des Moinea, spent the week-end with ;he latter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sorenson. Elsie Mae Hunt, Lu Verne, and Donald Clowes, Renwick, were Sunday callers at the Harold Evans home. Mre. Harold Moon has taken her little son Merrill Jean to the university hospital at Iowa City for treatment. Mrs. Robert. 'Stiegerwalt is spending two weeks with her hus band's parents at Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and Roberta Masterson were Mason City callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yates were business callers at Humiboldt Saturday. The freshmen had a party at the schoolhouse Friday evening. Many years of ex* perience and choice carefully selected tobaccos are responsible for the popularity of tbe G&B Special Just gite it a trial —you'll know why they are so popular. For sale at all Alteon* dealers MON SAVE Blue here Xht Standard Coop* The Standard Ford V-8, with 60-horsepower engine, gives you a lot of car for a little money. 300,000 new owners acclaimed the "thrifty 60" last year. Hundreds a day are buying it in 1938. Why? ,' Because it is priced low—includes essential equipment without extra charge—and goes farther between filling stations than any Ford car ever built. Owners all over the country report averages of 22 to 27 miles on a single gallon of gasoline. But economy isn't all the story by any means. The Standard "60" is built with the same precision as the De Luxe "85," and has the same 112-inch wheelbase chassis. It is easy to look at and ride in —as well as easy to buy and run. There's a Ford dealer near you. Thrifty Sixty" FORD V'8 Mrs. Mrs. Fort DoBottU** Works Lebanon. Mo., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thompson. Mr. Kildow waa pastor of the Methodist Melbourae till recently, when his health failed and be went to Missouri to recuperate. He and Mr Thompson are old friends, having spentTeir boyhood togeth* to Brit* last week Mpnday evening and Mrs. Hiller WW »e..»M8t ttwafc HtoWfll »* ft P. B. ON GOODYEAR TIRES BATTERIES AUTO & HOME RADIOS Pay in Small Wttkly Amount* DUTCH'S Super Service Phone 33 Listen! G« your ear right down close to the hood. 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