Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1938 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1938
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PAGE TWO LAILA REECE, LEDYARD, WEDS BANGROFTER Ledyard, Apr. 26—Laila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Reece, was married to Adam Wilhelmi, Bancroft, at the Sacred Heart church here Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. Helen Ilotterman and Forrest Wilhelmi were attendants. A double-ring ceremony was used. The bride wore a white wool suit, with all-white accessories, and KOSSUTH COUNT? ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA THURSDAY A Junior-Senior Banquet Is Held at Armstrong Friday Following the ceremonv n wed- SK.'TSS'S Armstrong, Apr. 27—The annual junior-senior banquet was held Friday evening at the Methodist church basement. Modernistic decorations were carried out in the senior class colors of peach and green. The ceiling was also decorated with the colored streamers. ! The theme of the 'banquet was I Yachting: Toastmaster, Mai'ie Irmiter; Y — our welcome, John Thomson; A—Response, Orla Larson; C—liorus, Sailing, by Wayne Theodore Weiby, . and John Thomsen; _- .,-~ s, Rose Ellen Whitlow; T—ides, Geneva Swnnson; I—n- they were married at the Little Brown church last week Wednesday. Mrs. Hitzenwnn is well known in the Bode neighborhood, and they also visited friends at Bode, where she is known as the former Beth Irmiter. Hoy for Vfnlter Conns— ( Mr. and Mrs. Walter Conn are j parents of an 8-lb. boy, born Sat- jurday. This is the Con |child and the first boy. jlnst week Thursday at the Buffalo ! Center hospital. This is the fifth the bride. '.Mary Miller, Fern offellstel "' Marie Stenxel. and Kathleen Reece wait-,, I™ 1161 '' Ros f Ellen Whitlow, ed tables for hrnakf.ist nnri \r,, Hansen. and Mali Troestler. ed tables for breakfast, and Mr s . Rotterman and Mrs. Quinn, both of Bancroft, helped Mrs. Reece. I-tii la had lived all her life in Spring-field township. She was graduated from the Elmore high Irmiter, Rose Ellen Whitlow, Joyce The sophomore girls' cooking class served as waitresses, with Ma vise Gangsted and Margie John, son head waitresses. Junior girl 'hostesses were Joyce Hansen. being his 12th birthday. evening. The William Boykens are having a new garage built and are also making changes in the kitchen and dining room of the new home. E. J. Osteroauer, Rockford, 111., and his sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner, Algona, spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. J. E. Falk. 'Marilyn, small daughter of Mr and Mrs. William Peterson, has .been sick a week with ear trouble. She is improving. The Nick Heesch family is entertaining Arthur Von Laven, Chicago, who came Sunday for the week. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop, inonipson, were in town Monday on a business mission. Ernest P. Hansen took Mrs. Hansen to Co If ax Sunday for |ritis treatment. T ^ Ledyard, Apr. 26— Supt. and Mrs. .— ..... MI. n_ L i iiuni nit,- ijimuie nmn T-. —* — —..-.~... school, later from the state uni-I , °, e ^ V , 1 l' tlow ,' 1 D ^," n , a Mi i 1 . e , 1 / Al i' yersity. and she taught six years""'" " '" in Dist. No. G, near her home. Aid I'lmis a I'arly Soon— The Methodist Aid mot with Mrs. I deth Gilbaugh, Gladys Gilbaugh and Bernieco Braland. The tables were decorated with silver ships on blue mirrors and the senior class flower. sweet - -"•• ••• V I IH.J11 I ,T I. »-l Hi mf |_ \% J I I| 4 \J |"}j * " ~ Carl Burrows hi.st week Thurs''' lcas> w '"cli every senior and speaker received a bouquet. The junior class sponsor is Delpha Mcythaler and the senior class sponsor is G. H. Adams. Honeymooning Coupe Visits— Mr. and .Mrs. Donald Hitzemann, Cliiremont. Minn., visited over the week-end with Mrs. Hitzemann's uncle. H. M. Trmiter. They were en route home from Nashua, where day. and Mrs. George Thompson was devotional loader. It was decided to have a garden party and entertain the women of the other three churches here. The next meeting will be in the church basement next week Thursday, with Mrs. Thompson as hostess. A bake sale committee consists of Mrs. H. M. orunner. Mrs. W. E. \\iemer. and one other woman. falls on Two in Hospitals— Mr. und Mrs. George Thompson. Mrs. Asa Warner, and Mrs. H Dyer drove to Mankato Sunday afternoon to call on .Mrs. Walter Miller, hospital patient. They also called on Mrs. Parrish at a' Winnebago hospital. Tour of Visits 1M«de- Mr, and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus visited the William Gelhaus family it Hubbard Saturday and then at W C. Nelson's, Marshalltown. On the way home Sunday they called on Mrs. William Savage at Hampton. Baby's Itirthday Celebrated Mr. and Mrs.' Jerry Sullivan entertained the John Millers, Ledyard. with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder and Lena Krebsbach, Whittemore, Sunday in honor of the son Patrick's fourth birthday. Cousin of T.edyardltes Dies- Mr, and Mrs. H. D. Mayne were called to Ceylon last week Tuesday by word of the critical sickness of a cousin, Mrs. Floyd Thorns, who died later in the week. Party Honors Local Youth- Some 40 friends gathered at August Busch's- Sunday evening for a surprise birthday party in honor of Mervil Busch's 18th anniversary. Breen, Carrie Bonacker, •HIIU Rose Bonacker drove to Ban- I croft last week Thursday after- i noon to attend a county' meeting •that evening of the Legion and Auxiliary. Mrs. Mabel Byers visited from last week Thursday till Sunday at [her sister Mrs. Andrew Kromin'ga's : nnd with her parents, (Mr. and Mrs. jLynn Kuchenreuther. I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ricklefs and I Leo Orthel attended a Mid-Conti- 'nent meeting and banquet at Mason City Monday afternoon and there. He was superintendent here five years preceding jSupt. Lauritzen's time, and ever I since has been head of the schools at Renwick. Before he came here he served at Lone Rock. He is a I "live wire" and peps up whatever, j school he serves. At Renwick an ' addition to the schoolhouse was built during his service. Every time he makes a change it is to a larger .town. Greene is a town of some 1300 people in the county cornering with Cerro Gordo (Mason City )f on the southeast TITONKA H, S. JUNIORS ARE SENIO HOSTS Other Ledyard ]\ T ews. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Braack spent Saturday at Mankato with their daughter, Mrs. Walter Miller, and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and Mary Jane Lewis meanwhile clerked at the Brack store. Warren Lloyd and Jacob and John Rmk were business callers at Algona Saturday. Mrs. Henry Gray, Mrs. Glenn Behse, Dorothy Stubbe, and Betty Matzener were at Blue Earth. 'Mrs. Hugh Barts, Spencer, spent last week with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Karl Kramersmeier, and helped her mother clean house. 'Mr. and Mrs. Merle Westerlund, Bncelyn, Minn., called on Marjorie and Betty Matzener here Sunday morning. Cleo Ga'ble visited her mother Saturday and Sunday. Cleo is attending Waldorf college, Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peterson and the Ben Petersons, Des Moines visited the L. A. Nitzes Sunday. ' The Clifton Engelbys and Marjorie Mayer made visits at Algona and Irvington on Sunday. Titonka, Apr. 26—The annual junior-senior banquet was held Tuesday evening in the Lutheran j basement. The color scheme was, black and green. The place cards were rainbows, with a pot of gold on each side. The juniors' mothers served. The following program was given: Welcome, Donald Andrews; vocal solo, Robert Reynolds; group singing, audience; flute solo, Patricia Ball; At the End of the Rainbow, Gerald Huber; vocal trio, Jackie Callies, Verdena Boyken, Alice Budlong; group singing, audience; The Dashing Ruda- bagio, playlet; Our Reward at the End of the Rain'bow, Supt. C. A. Hoon; the vocal trio. Work and Play Club Meets— The Work and Play club was en- tained last week Thursday by Mrs. Dick B. Meyer. Eight 'members were in attendance, also two guests, Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Mrs. H. Ailts. Hoy for the IJruns Family- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Bruns are parents of -a 7 lib. 5 oz. boy, born YOUR FRIEND AT MEAL TOTE FRIDAY AXD SATURDAY, APRIL 2» AND 30 Salesmanship A subject tlint is given scant consideration at Council Oak. Our time is fully occupied in pleasing our customers and anticipating 1 their demands with the changing seasons. Supply the family table from convenient, sanitary Council Oak Stores where it Is actually a pleasure to make your personal selections at a saving. Beef Roasts You can enjoy a tender, fine flavored roast this Sunday by making your selection at Council Oak. Corn fed, well covered beef roasts at 16c and 180 per pound. Fresh Pork A fresh pork roast weighing 2M to 5 pounds for'this sale at 15c Per Ib. Fresh pork steak, sliced to fry, at 19£ per Ib. Beef Short Ribs A most tempting combination: Baked or Braised Short Ribs of Beef with Baked Potatoes and rich brown grayy. A special price of lOJztf per Ib. on the short ribs. Bacon & Eggs .Enjoy this tempting combination while strictly fresh eggs are so plentiful. Fancy narrow bacon, in piece or sliced, at 23c per Ib. CLUB^RANKFURTERS, per lb.__17c Peaches Full ripe clingstone peaches in a good syrup under the Morning Light Label. For this sale a special price of 16£ on the largo No. 2& can. Either sliced or the large luscious halves. Pumpkin Pie There is no closed season on Pumpkin Pie and the finest pies are made from "Superb" Pie Pumpkin. A special price of 90 on the large No. 2y 2 can of this fancy pumpkin. Peanut Butter Costs less per pound than other spreads on the table. Wholesome too, and it has the delicious flavor of fresh roasted pea' nd at our Vagabonds The Vagabonds are coming to town. Those that understand and appreciate fine shoe-making know the Vagabonds are a very fine line of ladies' sport ties that retail at $5.00 and $6.00 wherever they are sold. They are a new extended sole model chat is easy to walk in. An excellent shoe for the business women and office girls. They are solid comfort and very snappy up to the minute styles. We have them in six different combinations of colors. Sizes 4 to 9. Widths from AAA to C. They are going over big in the cities just now. They are made by the Illinois Shoe Co., the "Pontiac," which is a sure guarantee of quality. I sent a bid on 432 pairs of them, all they had, as it is the end of the season clean-up. I just got a wire they accepted and are shipping the shoes at once. I expect them here Friday or Saturday. As soon as they arrive they will go into our east window at your choice, any pair, any width $1.98 If this isn't a bargain then there is no such thing. I have sold shoes over 50 years but this is the most quality value and style I ever saw for $1.98. The lady or girl that gets a pair is lucky, that's all. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Morning Ligh Spinach A duality product. Free from sand and grit. Boil with pork and garnish with hiird boiled,, eggs. The large No. 2^ can for Powdered Sugar XXXX Powdered Sugar for cake frostings. Also in popular demand as a berry sugar. For this sale the 2-lb. bag for 13^. Swedish Rye Many kinds of bread are sold as Swedish Rye. Council Oak "Swedish Bye" is baked by the exact formula used by a large bakery in Stockholm, Sweden. Try a loaf of this excellent Superb Oats Large white flakes. Both the quick cooking and the regular. Special price of 15c on the large carton. Lay in a supply for a breakfast cereal and for oatmeal cookies. "Sun Maid" Nectar Seedless Raisins Most desirable raisins for cakes, cookies, pies, and puddings J'erniit children to eat them from the bag for the between meal lunch. The 2-lb. bag for 15£ and the big 4-lb. bag for 29* Council Oak Coffee An "always fresh" blend of choicest coffees. Ground specially to your order at the low price of 25* per pound or 3 pounds for 730. Lxchange the bags for useful premiums. Super Suds Deal A special offer for this week-end. With a large pkg. of Blue bffion^ric 1 ' 01 ! g S t - aJlarge cake plato free - Tne s Pe«"l com- Palmolive Toilet Soap, 2 cakes He Crystal White Soap, 6 giant bars __23c Ex. Large Grapefruit, each 5c Red Ripe Tomatoes, Ib, 9c Radishes, Original Bunch 2c F O S TER'S All This Week and Extra Fine Quality These are by far the finest Iiiiierspring Mattresses we have ever been able to offer our cus- tiniers at anywhere near this price. Made to our exacting- specifications by makers of the famous Indestructible Inner Spring Mattresses A—A superior type of innerspririg unit. &-Coils protected by sisal, top and bottom. C-Thick upholstering of cotton felt. D-Tapped polled edge; side ventilators- handles for turning. ' E—Button tufted. F—Fine extra heavy sateen covers. Coil Springs Here are really fine coil springs with helical ties and other features that will stamp them as unusual bargains at this special price. $6.7S and up Every Mattress Backed by FOSTER'S Guarantee See the Tremendous Display of These Beautiful Mattresses in Our Window Specially Priced For This Week See The New Dawn Combination Mattress and Box Spring To Match. This is the Last Word in Comfort. If You Want to En* joy Better Get a S39.7S FURNITURE

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