Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1938
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a —^«tfe^ Special 74^ fc/ T s9Ps?" *—.wSss:-«« o*% I 2^ri£i£'.39c I Nome __________^ "" 5£j- / I Address I -< [Lusby's Drug Store SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Let Us Help You Clean House We Deliver You'll find it the most satisfactory method you have ever tried. Send us your Bugs, Curtains, Drapes, Slip Covers, Upholstered furniture Our prices are reasonable. We are now equipped tp clean, demoth and store your winter garment at no extra charge. Bring them in now and let us store them during the summer months. Elk Cleaners NORMAN & PERRY Boys' and Girls' BICYCLES Cowt to-CoM« Store JOE BLOOM H. S, BASEBALL TEAM, GORWITH, BEATS RENWICK C-orwilli, Apr. 20 — The high school base'ball team, the "Little Yankees," defeated Ilcnwick here lust week Tuesday, G-3. Bob Peterson pitched for Corwlt.li, with four hits, six runs, 13 strikeouts, and soven walks. Henwick scored two hits, three runs, seven strikeouts, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCES. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE THRE| and walked officiated. five. "Pete" Evans Missionaries Spi>nl«>rs Iloru— The Baptist Mission and Bliblo S. S. class mot last week Thursday at JVtrs. E. I-I. Ungcr's, and the Ilev. Carl Knulson, Ilenwick, led devotions. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blackhall, missionaries from Columbia, South" America, who are on furlough till next month, spoke on their work. Mrs. J. A. Zweifel sang, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Shelby Stevens. Illinois Farm Onner Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Edw. Greene, son Wallace, and Mrs. Daniel Greene Wesley, are at Arthur, 111., attending the funeral of Mrs. Margaret Kanctz, owner of the farm operated by Mr. Greene. She had been sick a month. Mr, and Mrs. Ben Loats are at the Greene home during the absence of the Greenes. SENIORS AT GRANT WILL GIVE A PLAY TOMORROW EVENING Grant, Apr. 26—"The . Green ..ight", a mystery comedy In three cts, will be presented toy the igh school seniors in the Grant uditorium, this week Friday vening at 8 o'clock. The plot centers around an old voman who has slept a solid year. f ehe can 'be aroused she may be jble to throw li,ght on mysterious lappenings which are taking place. But she can't be aroused, just sleeps on, while the other charac- ers go through all sorts of shuddery experiences, as they accuse each other of having something to do with the death of a "sleeping spinster" sister. In the cast are Marjorie Holm, James Mayne, Dorothy Colwell, Wallace Speicher, Lucille Mino, John Steihart, Ardys Tjenvold, Marion Koons, Beatrice Sheely, and "The Phantom Spinster," who will be ? ? .librarian Is Rcclcctcd— The Legion Auxiliary met last week Tuesday evening, and committee reports were given, includ ing a library report by Mrs. Lowell Erickson, who was re-electee custodian. Mrs. Gouge announced a county meeting at Kanawha this week. Mrs. Inga Woodbury am Mrs. Lottie Riggle served lunch. Wnlley Offices are Improved— Dr. P. E. Walley has completed remodeling his office and waiting room. The floors are laid witl new hospital linoleum, Venetian blinds have replaced the old ones on the windows, partitions havi been removed, and new furniture has been installed, also new equip rnent. Neighbors Help the Isenbergs— Neighbors went to the Isenlberg 'arm last week Tuesday and put'in 75 acres of small grain, in a half day, with several tractors at work. The job was finished almost before the Isenlberg .brothers had time to think what it was .all about. Assisting in the work were Walter Magnusson, Walter Engstrom, Delbert Hunt, John Cassem, Eli Quam, and Orville Ramse. The elder Mr. Isenberg died a few days ago. KRESENSKY'S Tremendous Savings on new SPRING MERCHANDISE for Women and Children I Wednesday to Saturday Loses a Finger End— •Elmer Isenberg suffered a painful accident Friday while he was helping Eli Quam fix a tractor. He was helping lift a heavy casting, and it slipped and cut off the end of the little finger on his right hand. Doctor Minkel is' caring for the injury. Mrs. Perkins Loses Mother— •Mrs. Ada Rdbinson, North Platte Nelb., mother of Mrs. William Per kins, died a week ago Sunday, at ter having been in ill health fo some time. Mrs. Perkins accom panied her sister and brother-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty Lu Verne, to the funeral. Foiir-II Roys' Club Meets— The Boone Bounders 4-H boyi club met at Lewis and Richar Hilyard's last week Thursday, 1 attending, and following business games were played, and lunch eaten. The county club agent, Paul Henderson, and the club leader, Enar Franzen, attended. Four to "VT. 11. Jff. S. Convention— Mrs. Karl Hiller, Mrs. Clara Patterson, Mrs. Lewis Darsen, and Mrs. W. M. Perkins were delegates to an Algona district convention of the Methodist W. H. M. S. meeting at Garner last week. Other Corwith. Mrs. Shelby Stevens, sons Jimmie and Bobby, and Mrs. Lucy Harris took Mrs. Lawson Cox and her daughter back to Hollandale, Minn., after a week here, and the Corwith party remained there for two weeks of visiting. 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, son Gary Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey, Lu Verne, with the son Robert, were Sunday guests of Mrs. R. Thompson, Badger. (Mr. and Mrs. Fay .Scace and Elva Other Grant News. Visitors at Glen Mino's Sunday were Mrs. Mino's sisters, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles, Fenton, and their families. The Minos were at Delbert Bishop's, at Swea City, Sunday evening. Mr, and Mrs..Leslie Speicher, of Fairmont, were- callers last week Tuesday evening at Ray Mino's. The Earl Pattersons spent Sunday with Mrs. Patterson's parents at the 0. A. Waterlbury home at Ceylon. 'Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Price, Swea City, and the Roy Minos were at L. J. Arndt's at Guckeen, Minn., .Sunday. BEAUTIFUL DRESSES in all sizes 12 to 52 This Is a clearance of higher priced dresses. They come in prints, plains. AH the new styles. $2-95 Colorful Stylish WASH DRESSES Regular $1.98 wash dresses, some with zipper, getting a bit shopworn is the only reason fori this price $1.39 Stambaugh attended an independent telephone convention at Des Moines last week. Mrs. George Oxley accompanied them to visit relatives. George Gaskill, accompanied by his mother-in-law, Mrs. H. E. Chapman, Prescott, drove to Rochester Sunday to call on his wife, patient at St. Mary's hospital. , Lawrence Hatterschild, who for four months had been with his daughter, Mrs. Edgar Hatten, of Spencer, has returned to his home here. Russell Ross, student at Morningside, has gone back, after a short vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Ross. Florence Widen, student nurse at the Mason City Mercy hospital, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Widen, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Galloway attended a rural mall carriers' convention at Woden last week Tuesday evening. COATS - SUITS ODD LOTS Smart bolero suits and odd coats, plenty for your money PRINTS, PLAINS CREPES, SHEERS 75 extra good looking dresses in the group. some triple sheers in Pastels and print in both plain and print. crepes, and novelty materials. Some sold as high as $12.75. SMART LOOKING COATS OR SUITS Lots of nice looking garments in this group. A11 regular spring merchandise that sold regularly at $10.95 to $14.95. Plenty of sizes. 8 TWEEDS, FLEECES FITTED, BOXY Extra smart quality coats and suits. Regular spring merchandise that sold at $16.95 to $19.50 reduced to LONE ROCK The Chris and Albert Shasers, 1 the Walter Thompsons, Mrs. Lillie Thompson, daughter Neva, and Mrs. Elizabeth Donovan, Bellingham, Wash., were Sunday dinner guests of the R. H. Ortmans, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, Good Hope, were at James Wadsworth's, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, were there that evening. Mrs. Asa Warner, Ledyard, was a last week Wednesday and Thursday guest at George Long's. Mr. and Mrs. Long were at Clarence Ackerson's, Bancroft, for Sunday dinner. The Clarence Householders were at A. H. Hanna's, and both families called at Fred ,Schoby's, Algona, in the afternoon. The V. L. Whalens, of Dolllver, were Sunday afternoon visitors at E. M. Jensen's. The Ora Hurl- burts spent the evening with Mrs. Dora Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thies, Bancroft, were afternoon callers on Mrs. Laatos. Mr. and Mrs. William Brass, of Fenton, spent Thursday at Donald Radlg's. Mrs. L. B. Hollister, now of Kanawha, has been visiting friends here. The Rudolph Peters family spent Sunday afternoon at Mrs. C. W. Peter's, Algona. A surprise party was given for Mrs. Jim. Ackarman at her home last week Thursday evening. Attending: Mesdames Otis Sanders, Aren.d Neeland, Melvin Hawks, Jack uQinn, Emil Kraft, Merwin Marlow, and Frank Householder. Two tables of 500 were in play. Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. JMeeland won prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, or Rockwell City, were week-enders at George Pettit's. Mrs. Merwin. Marlow and her son Merrill Faye were at the Frank Collins home, Livermore. - . - ""Mrs. Adplph. Pertl, WHittemore, and her daughters Marie and Helen were last week Wednesday afternoon visitors at Emil Kraft's, and Mrs. R. F. Laalbs, of Fenton, spent Monday afternoon there. The Krafts were Sunday afternoon visitors at R. G. Borchardt's, East Chain, Minn. Mrs. Grace Blanchard, Algona, and Mrs. Agnes Cook, Fairmont, spent last Wednesday and Mrs. M. E. Blanebard's. High school teachers have been hired for next year. .Supt. V. V. Frye, Principal P. W. Fernau, Leona Schulz will return. Grade teachers will be Dorothy Walker junior high; Orla Wftndsley, of , KNIT DRESSES - - i .- ..-.•-.- . , i A Special Purchase Fresh and new boucles and moss crepes, in wanted colors and styles, regular $11.75 to $16.95 dresses purchased for this event, in sizes 16 to 46 KRESENSKY'S End of Month Sale offers UNUSUAL SAVINGS ON APPAREL Wednesday to Saturday $12.95 IOO New Dresses One of our regular feature groups, beautiful garments and styles. Clean and fresh. Sizes 12 to 48, including half sizes. '3.99 EOM Shoe arly, fifth and sixth; Mary Gisch, Algona, third and fourth; Margaret Schloeman, first and sec- md. One high school teacher is yet to be h'ired. The Adolph and Ernest Meyers amilies and the Lloyd Hutchin- sons were Sunday dinner guests at the A. J. Meyers home. Elma Krueger accompanied the Clarence Theeslields, Fenton, to Fairmont - Sunday for the day at .he Mark Simmons home. Mrs. Catherine Reed, daughter Florence, arid'a Mr. Williams, Humboldt, spent the day at Mrs. Wll- lam 'Kra'use's. Mrs. Chris Knutsen, Algona, ac- :ompanled I, W. Nelson to Minneapolis last week Wednesday to visit their 'brothers, Chris and'Fred Nelson, returning next day. "Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorenson, Al- ;ona, were Sunday guests at I. W. kelson's. Mrs. Virgil Schrader, of Burt, spent Saturday evening at A. A. Krueger's. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Ringsted, were Sunday afternoon guests at Will Chrlsten- son's. The Ole Johannesons, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johanneson, and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hoppe, of Burt, were Sunday dinner guests at P. L. Person's. Merwyn Christenson and Main-, ard Genrich attended a Polled Hereford sale at Le Mars one day last week. Christenson & Son sold six head. Henry Westergaar.d and friend, both of Graettinger, spent Sunday afternoon at Frank Flaig's. Elsie. Willrett, Algona, was a guest last week Tuesday and Wednesday of the Flaigs. The Carl Zollers,-of Bricelyn, Minn., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz Sunday. The B. B. Fryes, Cylinder, were at Supt. V. Y. Frye's. The B. B. Fryes, Cylinder, were at Supt. V. V. Frye's. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow are parents of a 9-113. 'boy, 'born Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. Geraldine Leming, Varina, spent the week-end at Fred Genrich's: The S. M. Orvicke, Ledyard, and the Alton Hurlburts, Whittemore, were at William Nelson's Sunday afternoon. Supervisor and Mrs. Charles Morris were at A". i\ Krueger's, Fairmont. The A. A. Kruegers spent Sunday afternoon at the Cnarlea Schultz home, Elmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz called [ there. HATS A clean-up of higher priced hats $1.25 Children's Dresses Slightly Soiled 50c HOUSE COATS SMOCKS DRESSES We have too many, of these house coats, regular $1.98 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED SILK and Bayou DRESSES _ 36 garments $1.99 Shirley Temple Deanna Durbin WASH DRESSES 5 dozen garments Regular at $1.98 Now $1.39 "Paradise" Natural Poise FINE SHOES Regular to $6.85 Black and colors at $4.95 SOX Rollins Trimfoot Shirley Tuck 19c SATIN SLIPS 32 to 44 Also brocaded styles at $1.00 FABRIC GLOVES Grey, blue, red and rust 7O«* at IOC SWEATERS New styles, light colors, with short sleeves, regularly $1.98, at $1.00 650 PAIRS • REGULARLY $ 2" and '4 Select shoes to'wear now and into summer! COP' PERS! PATENTS! BLUES! GABARDINES! COMBINATIONS! * guaranteed, as advertised in Good Housekeeping'. ...... ular '3.95 and '4.95 450 PAIRS REDUCED TO REDUCED TO ALL SIZE; buf not in every style Child's Oxfords Sandals Plenty of value in this group. Leather soles and uppers— $1.00 Ladies' Cotton WASH DRESSES Pepperel print and other materials, regular $1.00 dresses—= 79c Satin Pajamas Gowns Regular to $2,98 $1.98 k&esenskY's HOSIERY 1,

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