Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1938 · Page 5
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.MAY 5. KOSSTITH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE B1V1 iORSMEET IT LAKOTA AS IHIAY GUESTS len was evening, With 18 A three.„„ served by the the church dining which the , the Rec- at the Inthe regular Following [ol3 recently- The Titonka ll te » hoBt at the next The editors are mostly «n ieetl ,5' nnblishers of the smaller :oss ona editors are Services are Held Friday for Mrs. Herrick, Armstrong I Armstrong, May 4— Funeral ser-' vices wore hold nt 2 o'clock Friday at the Methodist cluircli for Mrs. George Herrick, who died Tuesday afternoon at her home here following a long illness. She was born 89 years ago In England and has lived In Armstrong for 20 years. Mr. Herrick died two years ago. 'Mrs. Herrick is survived by one, son George Jr., Armstrong, and four daughters, Mrs. Silas ITcnke and Mrs. Anna Meyers, both of j Armstrong; Mrs. L. R. Tay'.or, r.£ Fairmont; and Mrs. Monroe JSufall, Esthorvllle. The Rev. J. D, Wolcott conducted the funeral services an3 burial was made in the Armstrong Grove cemetery. Bra/elton, of Bondurant. The wedding will take place June 19. Miss McClung, a few years ago, Was girls' athletic coach at Armstrong and .since leaving here she has been teaching at Ankeny. Accident Victim is Low- Raymond Nettlean, who was Injured in January when a car backed over his body, is very low at present. Ho Is suffering from an injured back. He is at present a I. his sister Mrs. Lawrence Dolfo'B. Other Armstrong News, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dooming and daughter Gall, of Graettinger, j[ rs visited Thursday at H. M. Ir- ago, ~"<iA H. "general merchandise f in tiart of the building now Hore in part ° fl lth & Co . .^'Is in town one day .last J lor , e ' -al called on Arthur Ogren, Gf ownS the Phillips 66 oil r b ?, n n in the north part of town. v . is now a contractor if Mr ; ta h we™, and he has his I0te San Diego, Calif. He and had been at Rochester, trs Koer went through the ayo clinic. Mr. Keer told Mr. Or»n that he was on his way to II- Knoiand had decided to come Binois & ul i ....... way f(jr a look at Former 1'enclier to Weil- Word has been received here of the engagement of Dorothy, daughter of the P. W. McClung's, of Elkhart, to Edwin, son of Mrs. Ella IjIrTkTeliand had charge of the I nin-service at the local church land they put on a missionary ser|£ including reports of the Pres- |M«rial hold at Boone last week. Music was also given. Ifilrls to College Event— Mary Jane Lewis and Gertrude h'ortman will leave Saturday for Falls as invited guests for a day celebration at West- I minster house, where both lived I while they were attending sum- Imer school for two years. The girls I will drive down, and they expec [to come home Sunday. I Mrs. Edwards' Condition Poor- I George Edwards and his children who were called to Rochester early last week by word of lVl " [critical condition of Mrs. the Ed [wards, returned Friday evening {and reported her much the same [though with a ^little improvement Young I'coplo Have Party— The Intermediate Christian En MUMPS STILL IS POPULAR DISEASE IN PORTLAND TWP, Portland Twp., May 3 — Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas, has the mumps, fourth In the family to have the disease in the last few weeks. George, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker, has also come down with the disease. He had the leading part in the Burt high senior class play to be given May 11, but had to give it up, as he will have to be home at least two weeks. Harold Weiske will take his place, and John Miller will have Harold's part. miter's. Kenneth Eckhart broke his right arm just above the wrist when lie fell off a ladder one day last week. Mrs. Minnie Boots, of Seattle, Wash., is visiting her father, Harry Holland. MANY ATTENDED THILL FUNERAL At WHITTEMORE Whittemore, May 3—From out of i ,own attending the funeral of Vlcholas Thill Friday were Jacob ttppert, Adrian, Minn.; Mr. and Urs. Jos. Hippert, Willmont, tflnn.; Mrs. Peter Lanners, Ionia, Winn.; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Von Bank, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Stattleman, Ottosen; Mrs. Peter Erpelding, Mr. and Mrs. harles Plathe and Martin Mc- ulre, all of Bode; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaller, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Cogley, Helen Cogley, Edna McDonald, Burt Kollasch, all of Bancroft; Mr. and Paul Rink, May 12. Rodman, Thursday, Mcrlyn Wagner Much Improved— Herman Baas and Mr. and Mrs. S. >F. I'etcrson Home— Mrs. S. M, Peterson returned Saturday from Waterloo, where she had spent a few days with her daughters, Mrs. Clarence Larson and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Mess- ss. and Mesdames Larson and Nelson brought her back and were Sunday guests here. Club Celebrates Birthday— The Hel P !n S Hand club gathered a( . Hem . y Smlth>s last week Thurs . day to help Mrs. Smith celebrate a birthday. The purpose of this club is to "lend a hand" to nelgh- Herman uaas ana Mr. ana mrs mem bers have made Robert Wagner drove to St. Paul lqull ^ d(jne canningi and even hung wall paper. Mrs. Raymond and Mrs. Mike Vogel, Burt; Leners, Mrs. Mr. Lucy deavor young people had a. party at the church Friday evening, with a large group present. They played relay games, etc. Gertrude Wortman is superintendent of this department. Eye Specialist is Consulted— Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge went to Mason City one day losjr week to consult a specialist about eye trouble with which Mrs. i Hagge has been afflicted during | the last few months. I .Wiener Roast is Given—' Mrs. 0. H. Frerking and the M. I M. M. club had a wiener roast party Saturday afternoon, with Joan Heetland as hostess. Indoor games and music, furnished entertainment. Leners, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gerill, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Al Von Bank, Nick and Mike Von Bank, Buffalo, N. D.; and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Korlecke, Emmetsburg. Surprise for William Meyers— The children of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer surprised the parents Sunday evening on the parental 35th wedding anniversary by coming for the evening. Attending; the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher, Herman Behnke; Myrtle Barber, Algona; Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, St. Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Garner, three sons; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Lotts Creek, son Duane; Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, the Albert Meyers, the Henry Laucks, and Mrs. Albert Behnke,(Excelsior Springs, Mo). Mr. Discher gave a talk, and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were presented with a purse. Meyer Baby is Christened— Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer had their infant daughter baptized Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church, and she was christened Nelda Edna. Sponsors were Mrs. Chris Blinkman, Lu Verne, Minn., Mrs. Albert Behnke, Excelsior Springs, Mo., and William Meyer, here. Sunday dinner guests at Albert Meyer's home were Mr. and Mrs. Blinkman and their sons, Mrs. Behnke, the William Meyers, Herman Behnke, Henry Behnke, Em- metsiburg, and Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, West Bend. Saturday to get Merlyn Wagner, who is recuperating from pneumonia. He was at the Johnson hospital a few weeks, and will now be with his parents a week or more. Mrs. Gcelnn's Mother Falls- Mr, and Mrs. James B. Geelan drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit at the P. J. Schiltz home, and Mrs. Geelan remained a few days to help care for her mother, who recently suffered a fall. Other Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Alfonse Von Bank and Mike and Nick Von Bank, all of Buffalo, N. D., spent Friday evening at the John Bisenius home. Mrs. William Higgins returned from. Sioux City Sunday, after having spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Dan Sylvester. Russell Brady and Bill Rusch attended a master barbers meeting at Bancroft last week Thursday Other Portland. The William Burnetts, Mrs. B. E. Burnett, and the latter's son, all of Bancroft, were Sunday afternoon guests of the G. 0. McFarlands. Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. McFarland and their son Gerald spent Sunday evening at Bancroft with the parental W. F. McFarlands. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter, president of the Portland Progress club, attended a county federated meeting at Fenton Tuesday. The Clifford Ringsdorfs spent Monday afternon with the Alfred Godfredsons. Raymond Carter, Burt, was a Sunday supper guest of the C. E. Sigsbees. 'Fred Lavrenz, Burt, repaired a silo on the C. E. Sigsbee farm Tuesday. All over the United States for the first time in history hardware dealers are putting forth united effort for one whole week to offer their merchandise at prices which mean money in your pocket. ' See these nationally advertised products in our store. They are just a few of the 6,000 items carried in our stock. Check your needs and make this the week to buy, whether it's a new General Electric refrigerator or only some handy tool. iSEED FOR SALE? CORN, SOY, beans. Find your customers through the Advance. 34-36g Other Ledyard News. The Carlin Egesdahls spent Sunday with the C. Lunings, east of town. The young men grew up together in the Elmore vicinity, and both are now renting Metropolitan farms. Norman Frerking and Virgil Smith, students at' Dubuquo university, came home for the weekend with their respective families. Mrs. Jerry Ukena and her children, Paul and Dorothy, with Gertrude Wortman, were at Blue Earth Saturday. Peter Boeckholt left Monday for .northern Michigan, where he will work in the woods this summer. Mrs. Henry Patterson and her daughter Sayde were at Blue Earth Saturday. The Jos. Nelsons, Britt, were Sunday visitors at Louia Hanson's, east of town. vening. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hood, of Barnum, spent Sunday at Druggist LOST! THIS SECTION OF THE and Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh's. | Advance has located hundreds of Helen Farrel, Mason City, spent lost articles. Use it! 34tf the week-end with her mother, j Mrs. Nell Farrel. Lloyd Roth, Chicago, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Sadie Roth. Two Win Honors at Dubuque University University of Dubuque, Dubuque, May 3—Robert Gladstone, Lone Rock, son of the Rev. and ( Mrs. Gladstone, who is a student j at the University of Dubuque, was ( a member of the freshman basket- | ball team this year, which was winner of the intra-mural cham- j I pionshlp. With other team mem- | 'bers, Gladstone was presented with a medal at the chapel hour last week Thursday. Fern Lewis, Lakota, -eophomdre, is a member of the Lambda Tau Delta sorority and was chosen treasurer of the organization at' the recent annual election of officers. CONNIE'S HAVE HYGROCOLD /Controlled Temperature"} V and Moisture / STORAGE VAULTS At No Extra Cost! Another good reason to send your furs to Shower Sunday at Academy— A miscellaneous shower was given at the academy Sunday afternoon for Josephine Fandel. Cards were played, and lunch was served. Prizes were won by Mrs. J. S. Cullen, high at bridge, and Ltiella Elbert, high at 500. Mildred Fuschen won a door prize. Josephine will become the bride of KRESENSKY'S Phone 144 / lor COWNIES BONDED MESSENGER \ Lotto Creek FUtOfEp Mr, and Mrs. Robert Leisener and Mrs. Kain, Algona, were Sunday afternoon visitors at Carl Zumach's. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke were bunday afternoon visitors at Stanley Keith's, Burt. 'Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, daughters Marian and Caroline, Jere Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Mary Mlttag's at Fenton. T ^e Y. p. s. will meet in the Parochial school basement Friday evening at 8 o'clock. f Mr. and Mrs. Licht and daugh- »fj Fort Dodge, were afternoon visitors at M. F. Meyer's. . Those who helped Edgar Meyer his recent birthday were and Gerald K«ecker, Ar- MAKE WAY FOR GRAY Make It Pay You When you start raising baby chicks, it pays to do it right. Grow big, capable pullets and more of them, to assure good egg profits later. Chicks grow big and uniform on Wendell , Potratz, Wilfoert Ruhnke, Rusch, Ronald 'Meyer, and Kobert Fuerstenau, Gehardt Harold Riggert. ..The Hugo Fauletich family and Mrs. Herman Mittag and and it ft , were Sunday evening vis- Miu Hema a State's. , M 'Uon and Esther Geltzenauer, were Sunday visitors Wichten'dahl's. sick f El Fiene - who has'been but Jiff tw ° week *. to recovering dav Jn,, uot * e able to preach. Sun- vices ^, / e wil1 ^ Englieb *er, 8 n^^y evening beginning at Rev. M in were Sunflay Give your chicks this feed of uniform high quality. It contains lots of oatmeal and other elements important to sound healthy growth and best results. It is a complete body building ration. Buy some Ful-O» pep Chick Starter today. Algona Flour & Feed Co* ...FREEMAN SHOES AS SHOWN IN Let us show you these style-leaders for '38< ... fee most refreshing good-looki»g shoes we've seen in years. Freenian Two-Tone Gray? give you extra smartness, extra valvie And we throw in expert fitting. You Can Afford A New G. E. Refrigerator Bigger Dollar-f or Dollar value than ever Lo\v> current cost Long life Don't put up with an inadequate, old fashioned refrigerator any longer. • CprC 26 piece set Com- .TALL, muiiity $ii ver ware and case with each G-. E. Refrigerator sold this week. Eclipse Mowers A high grade ball bearing, self-sharpening 7 OC lawn mower ' •"** Martin Sprayers 4 gallon, heavy $0 £Q weight, galv. fc«»vJ 3-Pc. Garden Sets One rake, two trowels 19c Monarch and South Bend Ranges Have stood the test for 50' years. 'Let us show you these new models. — Aladdin eae ] 1 0 £ t Monarch $99.50 South Bend $106.50 Lamp with gg stoves. Disston Hand Saws Full size and wt. $1 AA 8 point ___________ 1 * VU 6 inch Pliers, 2 pairs for IOOK FO* THE TMANGIC TXACEMAItKOFOUAinY The Range You Have Wanted Now you can afford to have that High Power Perfection Range at a price you can afford to pay. Ratchet' Bit Braces 10" sweep _________ $1.00 Auger Bits % ",5-16", 3/ 8 ", 7-16" ________ 19c 1/2" and 5/g " _________ 24c Nail Hammer Handles, 2 for 5c Galv. Chick Feeders 35cand40c values, 4 for Heavy Garbage Cans 11 gallon size 1 1A with 1M _ _________ 1>1U 5 Packs Razor Blades Gillette, Auto Strop, Enders or any $1 AA 25c blades _______ — 1 ' VU 3 blade Pocket Knives 39c Copper wash boilers $3.19 Electric Irons ______ $1.45 Cot. (Clothes Lines 50' 15c Johnson's Wax Ib. can 49c 1 pt. Glo-Coat _____ -_49c Kitchen Garbage Can 3 gal. step-on — ,— — 69c Paring Knives, Q c made by Remington *' v ' Cotton Gloves, 3 pairs for _ ------Dairy Pails 13 qt. heavy tin, $1 AA 39c value, 3 for ___ ^ 1 ' vv Electric Toaster ---- $1,19 Dust Mops, with handle 49c 5-Seam Broom 29c Pt. Thermos Bottle _69c Lunch Kits and- QQ r 1 pint bottle ___— ^° v Flashlight Cells,. -3c Fish Reels -89c Triple O Hair Clippers 59c ROPE 100 ft. 746 inch _ — $1.00 75 ft, H * nch $1*00 65 ft, 946 inch __-$1.00 Dexter Washers TUiere are DeLuxe models for those who want and can afford the best— popular priced models to meet the demand of the thrifty—duoble tub models and single tub models. Each is a true Dexter. CDCC A tub on a stand or a rigid *""" ironing board with each Dexter sold this week. Dexters as low as $ 49.50 Aladdin SAVE Kerosene Mantel Lamps EYESIGHT MONEY TROUBLE Table, Hanging, Bracket and Floor Styles. Beautiful, modern shades. Regular $4.95 value for this one week $4.49 Soft Water for Every Home with the Rainbarrel Water Softener Saves Soap—Saves Work. See this softener demonstrated. JOTCHEN SI3E $3.00, $Q 7C special for ___... '. w*i«J LAUNBJtY SIZE $5.50, Hardware Week only —--,_—. Kohlhaas Spilles

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