Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1938 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 28, 1938
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

MRS, COHENOUR DIES MARCH 31 IN CALIFORNIA Known Here as First Wife of the Late Dr. Morse. last >• A. Cohenour, 77. died at IMS Angeles, after a "f three months. She years. Mrs. Cohenour is remembered i 1887 she was married to l>r. W. E. H. Morse, who •«"A"I st at Bancroft, later at Algona. Many years a?o Mrs Morse obtained a divorce il,£ she married Mr. Cohenour. who •was enoe county attorney here Partner of the late Geo. E i. Mr. Cohenour left Algona «** J&? I™ *£*•**"*** Hospital Surse is Bride— Bernadine, daughter of Dr. and .Mrs. H. C. Barnes, Holfe, was mar- jried this morning at 10:30 at the local Catholic rectory to Herbert trench, Lu Verne, son of Mrs S B. French, Hollywood and Algona. father Ahmann officiated in a single-ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a dark .i" e ^ U \ ^! th p !? ch accessories, ^ " '" Mrs. George suit. The bridegroom was (Rebekah convention at Belmond Tuesday were Mrs. Bryon Ludwig, ( Rose Ludwig, and Myrtle Turn, baugh. Mrs. John Ludwig, of West ( Bend, went with them. Between i/00 and SOO Refoekahs and Odd Fellows were in attendance. The grand master of Iowa, Clarence R Off, addressed both groups, and a bers"" u de ,f ree st ,? ft of 35 mem- staff number ta°12. A "tall Tok KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA ' ~*'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^!^!!^^^mi^^^BMBBMBBMMMiBBmMBBMi O. Muhleman, F. Earl Burgess. The £« v - Mr- Burgess and Dist. Supt. . G. Muhleman also attended. Luncheon for Past Matrons— The O. E. S. past matrons had a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday noon at the Temple. The committee in charge consisted of Mrs. Dg White, Mrs.. Violet Benschoter, Mrs. Wendell French, and Mrs. D. L. Leffert. In the afternoon the women worked on rag rugs for an ^astern Star home at Boone. The Presbyterian Christian Endeavor had a social meeting Monday evening at the church, with the Rev. C. W. Pfeiffer in charge. | Next Monday evening the societ.v A wedding luncheon was served 'at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. George Elbert, Algona, and I covers were laid for 16 The new- ! l.vweds will be at home at Lu where Mr. French is mana- a Thompson lumberyard. Jride was graduated from - high school, later from i-Mercy hospital, Davenport. She a registered i „' i ' ~n" .?' oung feuyie irom the ' S*i ^ Pt '£ l Church ' accompanied by the Rev. and "— ------ Son at I,os Anpelps. Jim P ' A ' orses had one son, Willlam E. Morse, now a successful executive living at He is married and" has now grown. The Cohen- had a son. who grew up, dentist, and practiced '!>% 'but was killed •-»=•» m an airplane •»±r. (.onenour survives. C 3 M S 'r ; °w n ,? ur was s ' ister of Dr. cron'p^ctitlSr' ^ * Ba " bridegroom ° , Mnekey is Bride— ' News has been received here of the marriage of Etheline Dorothy Muckey, Rock Island, 111., to Mac i.. Barrow, Davenport. Sunday April 1,, at the home of Justice J. f. Dorgan. The bride wore a brown silk suit with gold accessories, and her attendant wore a "•' blue suit with navy ac- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tno Birthdays Celebrated— 'Mrs. Casey Loss and Vaughn Rising celebrated birthdays last week Tuesday, when Sheriff Loss and Mrs. "' • Fort Dodge ter Donna Lou; Mrs. William Wolf, Lu Verne, son Harold; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Krause, daughter Joan Faye, and Viola Krause, all of Winnebago, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank, Algona, son Lyle, daughter Loretta Mae. 'Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne entertained the Royal Neighbor club Tuesday, Mrs. Harvey Coleman and Mrs. Ralph Brown assisting. Four tables of bridge were in play, Mrs. Mary Guderian winning high, Mrs. Lloyd Mucke'y being low. Mrs. J, R. Troutman and Mrs. (Walter Klamp were hostesses at a '5:30 chicken dinner at Cook's Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. William Dehnert's birthday anniversary. The Congregational L. 0. A. Sunday school class will meet this evening (Thursday) at 7:30 with Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, Mrs. Bert Deal and Mrs. Pearl Potter assisting. Louis Lynn entertained the Rirh rt - ney were: Miw Richardson, Ray Richardson, Edn Mae Sill, Lillian Shultz, Margare r * ° f Sister. Brother Survive. There were 12 with - . —. M.IAU iwtio. Bert anrio" Y"' "" vc "' wnittemore -•'"-"<=.•• Mr. Muckey is an interior ana a former county supervisor decorator at Rock Island. The new | Mrs - Barrow is a sister of Mrs C! - t — " •' ' Bernard Dahlhauser, here The newlyweds are living in an nnv ' r """* at 92 3 20th street, Rock in a _—--• »v«uo. lu Jenkins, Kvelvi Graham, Hiram Bleaker, Warrei McMahon, and_Vlolet Faith. Galloping Teas Well Attended- Mrs. L. F. Rice, Mrs. L. W Gil T™ Mrs- Jo1111 G " McDowell n? «h= P-II al ? k Shilte en tertained at the Gillespie home Wednesrtnv morning 9 to 12, at thelast ofi series of Presbyterian galloping teas There was e large attendant for five teas given respectively last week Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridav mornings, the smallest group numbering 57. fa'uup Group to Queen Esther Meet— \r ?£' T-' E- Saw >" er took a load of Methodist Queen Esther girls and their sponsor, Mrs. Vaughn Rising, to Garner last week Thursday evening to attend an Algona district banquet at the Garner Methodist church. Margaret Miller, of the local group, read a group of nature poems. The other members attending from Algona were Phy]. Drill Team Begins Practice— The Royal Neighbors meet at 'M5 tonight' (Thursday) at the hall for drill team practice. The team will g ive fancy drllls t convention in June_at Ringeted. OTHER SOCIETY. Attending the Mr. and Mrs. Eli Burbank golden wedding anniver- Sai 7 last week Monday were Mr and Mrs. C. E. Burbank, of Des Momes, son Bernard; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Butler, Ames, daugh- ne'e, Webster City. Mr. Kinne la Hamilton county engineer. Mrs. T. L. Larson will entertain the Brldgette club today (Thursday) instead of on the usual Tuesday. The club meets' every two weeks. Mrs. Vaughn Rising entertained her sewing club Wednesday at a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call park. There are eight members. White Suits for graduation Ctriscliilles Mrs. W. A. Vigftrs entertained her bridge club Tuesday at two tables. No prizes were awarded. • 1934 LB FORD P. J. Laing won high at bridge', *••??• w> Gill espie was second, and Mrs. Henry Furst won travel Mr. and Mrs. T. I* Robinson attended a dinner party Tuesday evening at Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. Kin- ATTENTION YOUIfO DEMOCRATS. Meetin called at courthouse at 7 p n Monday, May 2, for the purpose election of officers and selectio of delegates to the state conven tion.—-M. C. McMahon, president. 30u3 , _-. ..«w the oniy ones left and the doctor is a patient in a Los hospital for a kidney com•He is expected to recover ? ember!' S ^li; C ^g! her many years ago to rear a I TthTorh^v vhom ^ e •*•«*- eo through high school and col-' teacher and a member of ^the^col- } ^?^«£*?»™™^ Brother-in-Law Died Recently. In connection with the death of Mrs. Cohenour the recent passing! ™«?%sz $£»>««• *z Doctor Walters, but Fifteen members of the Wa-tan- ye club met Tuesday evening at Adah Carlson's, Rachel Becker assisting. Ella Thompson and Bridget Gaffney, the latter office nurse for Dr. John N. Kenefick, were guests. Three tables of bridge also a table of Chin- High prizes were giv- [en at each table, Flora Tiss winning first over all at bridge Lu= h, HU ^ nhold ^ high at the second table, Anna Buss at the third tab- iri an ^ I melda Do °tey being low. -Miss Gaffney was high at Chinker Lheks. A two-course lunch was nd the favors were pink red parasols. The club will _ - - a business session and a 6 HolefAlgoT 1 " TU6Sday at the Thirteen to W. H. 3F. S. Meet— Among Algonians attending a Methodist W. H. M. S. district conference last week Thursday at Neal Garner were Mes dame's" Smith, Mary Runchey, A. bes, M. W. Schwietert, C. L Ineer- soll, Frank B. Seeley, P. A. Dan- George Johnson, W. PAfKjf he was principal of the Lotts Creek Girl groom, and Walter Haack. brother" of the bride. A wedding supper was served at the home of the br de;s parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Aug! ust Haack. A group of 4.H neiah called on the newly^ds Bebekah Convention- women who attended ° ards and dozens and dozens of crisp, sheer, new BLOUSES risclijlles © IT <Q> 153. a} GENE HOSIERY Three Lengths — LONG MEDIUM SHORT ... each one actually proportioned as to foot, ankle, calf and thigh. You're certain of fitting your legs smoothly— smartly—in Phoenix Proportioned Hosiery. $1.00. Chrischilles^Store Corn or Gloss STARCH 2 pkgs. 15 C DOG FOOD BED HEART KIBBLED 2 Ibs. _25c This is blouse time, and the popularity of suits makes two or three blouses an absolute necessity. You'll love these dainty, sheer, cool, crisp new blouses, made from net, organdy georgette and chiffon — no to mention linen, crepe ant heavier materials — in a l the new colors, including: white, black. Conveniently displayed, easy to select, all sizes from 32 to 44 (including the popular Hollywood shirt). $1*98 and $2,98 • Common Foot Troubles Can't Devil Your Feet In PHable, Buckskin Soft •. WOLVERINE Shell HORSEHIDES EVEN after fourteen hours m the ol' south forty, your feet feel wonderful in soft, flexible WO LV E R INES. Just like wearing moccasins all day long. Let em get soaking wet +K° m .n rai ? or snow — th ey' still dry out soft and pliable. It's that secret process of triple- tanning that does it! And it gives them many m fe. and months of &XTRA wear. Come in and try on a pair. GARDEN SEEDS Peanut Butter !t. jar 23c ~PRUNES ?e Size ^ft-^ Box _D9C '™^^^™>^^^» ORANGES Small but Sweet and Juicy EACH I C <$ Bet a Char lie W> McCarthy m Spoon! Buu CHASE & SANBORN DATED COFFEE LB.24c Send one Dated Bag-Front and 10? to- Gers the dirt Pro'ech theikin I AHA ^arge Size LAVA 3 for 20c MUSTARD Qt. jar 13 C PRUNES No. 10 can ___28c CHASE & SANBORN I.'U LUINGIUN AVt Ntrt YUNK II FLOUR Star Sota EGG NOODLES 2 pkgs 25c Fancy COOKIES 6 Pkgs 2Sn. 49 LB. BAG Pretty Maid A guaranteed flour at economical p r i ce, This is a sure winner, 49 Ib, bag $1.49 WOOBRINE The Hub Clothiers SEAL OF MINNESOTA There is no better flour made at any price, Amer. or brick 2 Ibs. POEK LOIN BOAST Rib End. 4 4 1 / 111/2C BEEF CHUCK BOAST Corn fed, Lb BUTTEB • No. 1 Creamery •"" ii — have you ever worn patent made slip historj We have received our first shipments of 2-piece, white suits, suitable for summer and graduation wear. These are made of sharkskin and other cool noveltv weaves, are strictly mannish n cut and retail for the verv moderate sum of $6.75 to $7.95 parb,zons pet, and yours once you've I I worn ,t Slip, with this fam ous fou go J al erna ,ng bias patent have a com a give" that you'll be g rG , e ful fo S signed to fit, tailored to last Won't Ja K^Tttrsi: m these Barbizon slips.- Bryn Mode. (Satin Dasche) Bryn V ee (Crep^Dasche) RHemore (tested rayon) . ALL IN 3 LENGTHS: SHORT 3.00 3.00 1.65 >LONG The Chrischilles Store ~ ' __ FOR ONLY $998 Kith: - DAISY IS YOUNG Boris Dodson are most perfect fit! , most highly styled) most moderately priced Junior dress on u» market today. We ffill sell Doris Dodson exclusively at this stow because it fulfills er- ery requirement »«' beanty, fit and rellabU- ity. You'll like these swuirt Jinipf dresses too—and once yo»Te Wed them, you'll neyer eitfeey. Store

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free