Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1938 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1938
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WINS jttt FROM 'BURG NINE I Cecelia's baseball team Icond victory of the seu- T fternoon by defeat ng etsburg academy, 8-8. L Watts started on the L [he locals, and his him an early lead, ' "-o first innlrtg, and twice in ifted a masterful game s, and then was re- Nelson soph . , led the last two Innings. I ski led U«e local hitting, doubles and a single. the third game for the they "ave won tyMce. Idcfent was suffered at the Corpus Chrlstl, P^ort ftcr 11 Inn" 1 * 8 - „ The liad to break a tie for a row (Friday) afternoon ferny will meet the strong [high school team, which county tournament; and ay afternoon the locals the Bancroft aqademy foil) games will be played oeal diamond. 1I,C,'SHERE teal Knights of Columbus 113 new members in cer- , here Sunday afternoon. i the first degree started „, at the Anderson hall. Jond degree was in charge |lct Deputy L. D. Brennan j staff, of Emmetsburg, I third degree in charge of |hn Cretzraeyer, coach at j college, Dubuque, broth- e Doctors Cretzmeyer here lEmmetsburg. (ted were Jos. Krieps, Win. Joseph Bestenlehner, "Pech, Paul Ostwinkle, Holtzbauer, William, Elphonse Lensing, Edward ], John McEvoy, John. j, Ivan Kollasch, and Will- iienlelincr. p'clock a banquet was serv- ! academy auditorium by . women. Mr. Brennan, le for the democratic nom- Ifor U. S. Senator, J. J. I Carroll, and Ray Conley, lines, state K. C. secretary, leakers, J. D. Lowe serving 'master. Here Enter ' kte Music Fest; Burt Represented! s Sawyer, Jane Cretzmeyer, Berritt, and Richard Keen fee part in the state music 1 at Iowa City Saturday. Ion superior ratings in a re- pntest at Britt, Phyllis on brinet, Jane, the piano, the bassoon, and Richard olo. •Burt Girls' Glee club will le: the state contest, as will on Smith, contralto soloist. Is' instructor, Erna Baars, "»n with the mumps lost it is doubtful whether she I able to attend. I: Betty and Richard will I but will enter a contest at ipolta Wedesday, 'May 18. pnald Hutchins will accom- hyllis on the piano. Mrs. eyer and air. and Mrs. F. r go with Jane and Phyl- Anniversary »ley Conversion Be_Celebrated vs. W. G. Muhleman and l Burgess attended a Meth- "Meriug at Storm Lake •il™ another at Mason leteday. Bishop G. Brora- •»m was main speaker. The were in preparation ate meetings to be held "flodist churches on May 'anniversary of the con» « John Wesley. Alders- l^eL 6et in Londou on JHpous meetings were was at one of the, Wesley experienced what was later call- At the time he was Wan priest. ;Creek Boys a, °i und a wolf den Sunday and dug out ' 0 ° ne " " farmers near by. kll ] ed 37 IOX^B and four wolv " last winter. NWNIE'S your fu rs to KOSSUTH COUNT y ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Mrs. VniiRlin Ulslni? IMS been sick with bronchitis since a week ago Tuesday. Mildred Dole, Irvington, is assisting Mrs. Cawoy Loss witli ' household duties this week' | Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Ilutchinsi were at Des Molnes Monday on an' Electrolux business mission I The G. W. Sllllnmns K|)0 i u tho ! week-end at Dollivor with Mr ! Stlllnmn's parents, Mr. PIH! Mix ' L. P. Stlllman. i Mrs. William Delnicrt was called | ing next west of the Algona hotel. It is understood that the Chrlsten- sens will reopen here if they can find a suitable location. Alnxino Unweaves spent Sunday at Charles City with her HIB- tor, Mrs. K. F. Ball. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Copp, who.went on to Nashua, and Mrs. eys molhor, Mrs. Minnie Ileet- lanrt, who has been bedfast for some months with heart trouble. Mildred Uleh, of the W. C. Dowel j nor to visit her son George. Mux- "ime, and Mildred Brandow drove ine is a clerk at Lusby's. to Lodynrd for Monday afternoon with Lather Heller, who recently opened a beauty shop there and has been having a good patronage. Tin- Harold FnlUenlinlners have moved into one of the Falken- jminer apartments on north Thor™» Is Harold's old home, ington. though that her daughter, Mrs. Helen Hed- rlck, was sick. Mr. mid MM. Rao Ashcr ' wcro Mason City business visitors Tims- day. Mr. Asher travels tor the Firestone Tiro company. Floyd Himiioycr, of Soirii Luke, spent the week-end at the Kdna G ! ilmore home. Miss Gilmoro operates the Cottage Beauty Shoppo Pauline Van Horn, office nurse for Doctor Janse, will spend this week-end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. L. Van Horn, Rockwell. liis father, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert H. Bell were at Cylinder Sunday, visiting "t the hitler's brother Arthur SchmeliiiK's. Mr. Bell works with I'Vcd Rythur, the local house-mover, and tho Schmelings are fann- ers. _ H. (i. Richardson was speaker at a Bancroft Baptist brotherhood mectini; Tuesday night. His topic was The Work of Men in the Church. Bancroft is his old home Gco. H. Free, who stopped at Gar- Mr, tinil Mrs. Louis Mlndeman, verslty of Omaha, and a Presby- j listening to the radio. Death was terlan Seminary at Omaha, and caused by a heart attack. She was both were graduated in 1.!)2fi. 74, and it bad been known that she 11. 0. Null, who drives the former Grooters Cities Service tank took wagon, recently brought his fam- band ily here from Woolstock, and they threo are living on soutli HarUin in had heart disease. The funeral house recently purchased by Sar.i- place Thursday. Her htis- and four sons survive, and of the sons are chiropractors. Dr. C. J. Scanlan, well known hero, is at Clarion, and there is a uol Mediu. Mr Nail's wife and one brother who practices at Sheldon daughter, the latter a Bryant pu- " pil, are here, and two other children are finishing the school year at Woolstock. Stanley .K. Johnson, the Algona city mail carrier who traded jobs with a Magnolia, Minn., rural carrier, writes that he is pleased with his new work, but wants the Advance sent up in order that he may koep track of the doings here. He'not called upon els for an electric company at Fort Mr. mid Mrs. Philip Puffer, Cor- Dodge. The Hoppe daughter Mar- with, were Sunday guests of the fan is a teacher in the Burt high' hitter's sister, Mrs. L. W. Gilles- . The remaining brother pud the father are engaged in the real estate and farm loan business at Rock Valley. Dr. anil Mrs. S. W. Meyer got home Monday from two weeks in the east. Doctor Meyer made the trip to be a witness in the Rev. J. T. Snyder-Greyhound bus trial, but the case was dismissed, so he was •Mr. and Mr*. Fred Mlndeman, and Henry Mlndeman, all of Barney, N. D., left Monday, after a few days with the August Huenholds. Louis Is a brother, and Fred and Henry are nephews, of Mrs. Huenhold. All three men are ranchers. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Hoppe, uow|»u«i' u-uun <u me uomgs nere. lie not called upon to testify The of I- ort Dodge, were over-Saturday: adds that there has been lots o£ Meyers stopped to visit Doctor guests of Barber and Mrs. Frank I rain in his section, and this will Meyer's parents, Mr and Mrs M Shills. Mr. Hoppe, former Pratt ' inform him that there has also r. Meyer Bonaparte and -it Col Kloctric salesman hero, now trav-;been plenty here. llnville, 111., they visited H'. Richard Rasmusson, brother of Mrs. Meyer, also brother of H. R. Ras- mu.sson, school music instructor here. H. Richard is a professor of Religion in Blackburn college school. A. A. Itlshop has bought the IT. pie. The Puffers are farmers. Mrs. Gillespie, with her daughter Mar- Til 111 --- ---- --- i ----- ------ I AVVJ "t> i '- 111 m JJKI^IVUUI 11 UUIlt!*Sti J. letcn house on south Miniie-llenc, spent Wednesday at Bancroft there. The Meyers were at Pitts' ' • ~ I own, ago. but left there 21 years sota, across the street from Judge 'with the former's parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Quarton's, and will move ! Mrs. C. I. Mansmith. Marlene, who into It June 1. The W. A. DultonS;is in kindergarten, is at present wife of a former dentist, left | ay al Si Sorensen. Mrs. ijj'lo McMiiroft-Pufjh came home Sunday for a few days' vacation. She is employed in Conip- C. B. Murtagh's offices at Mpines. Dr. H. F. J)(MY(;1, lOvanston, 111., is in New York City this w«uk, attending a meeting of the Anglo society, an exclusive organisation of orthodontists. Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson went to Davenport Sunday, and tho former is attending a slate dental convention. • They will return lo- morrow (Friday). Mrs. ,1. I'. Xlckcrson went to Ringsled last week Thursday for a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Hazel Meyer. The Meyers farm near that town. The condition of Mrs. W. H. Godfrey, who has been bedfast six months, remains about the same. Mrs. Ruth Look has been caring for her since September ]. Paul Hcrgcr, David Phillips, and Barbara Moryl, local high school teachers, with Roger Michel, junior in the H. S., attended ' the Drake relays at Des Moines Saturday. Members of the Baptist church met at the church Monday night for a 7 o'clock family dinner served by the Aid. Following the dinner an annual reports meeting was held. Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Guy, Lu Verne. Mrs. Johnson clerks at the Cummings store. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright, with their grandson, "Jimmy" Burns, were Sunday guests of the Quell Sagers, farmers near Blue Earth. Mrs.--Sager is a- sister-in-law • of Mrs. Wright. Dennis Pratt drove to Cedar Falls Monday to look after details of a wiring contract on a new dormitory for the Teachers college. The wiring job will shortly be completed. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Evans, with their son, went to Lynn Grove Sunday, and visited Mr. Evans' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evans. E. W. works for the Maxwell Motor Co. here. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Blinkman, of Lu Verne, Minn., with their children, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Blinkman's sister, Mrs. John Foth. Mr. Blinkman operates a Ford garage. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rae, Mason City, with their children, Eleanor and Walter Jr., were Sunday guests of Mrs. Rae's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor. Mr. Rae Is a Decker employe, Mrs. Alyda Allen, practical nurse at the T. H. Wadsworth home, returned Sunday from two weeks with a daughter, Mrs. Whorley, Mason City,- and Mrs. Allen's father, Frank Clubach, Manly. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harden, Des Moines, will be week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs; M. H. Doherty. Mr. Harden is head salesman for the Heinz company, and Mr. Doherty is salesman In .this territory. A group of young people from Luverne, Minn., came down Sunday for the day with Hiram Bleaker, who is employed at the Richardson furniture store. Mr. Bleaker came here from Luverne. Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Dailey, with' their two daughters, spent Sunday at Lakota with Mrs. Dai- family formerly lived at Irvinglon, and Mr. Gcis now operates a St. Paul meat shop. M. A. Sorlicn, Bode, writes to say that he has sold seed corn and his advertisement is therefore to be discontinued, but ho wants tho Advance sent to him in order that ho may keep posted on Kossuth affairs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward lender moved Friday into the house on Marian owned by the for- . will move to a house on east McGregor now occupied by the Bish- owned by Frances Ben- ops but sehoter. The infant son oC Mr. and not in school because she has the whooping cough. south mer's father, P. C. Zcncler. They had beon living in a Bjustrom aimrtmcnt. Mrs. Zender is the former Gail Potter. .Hr. nnd Mrs. John Foth were at Mrs. Miiry Liilng is expected I Lone Rock Sunday evening, at- honie Saturday from Grand Is-1 tending celebration of the 30th Mr. and .Mrs. Edgar Finnell were expected yesterday from Bridge- Mrs. i port, Conn., where "Gig" has for Paul C. Bell was taken home from! the last year or so been in tho Iho Kossuth hospital Tuesday. The ' employ of the General Electric Co. baby, whose name is Ronald Leigh,! Owing to the present severe de- was born April 10, and was left at j pression in the east he has been the hospital for observation. Mrs. paid off. His wife is the former Bell was taken home last week I Eleanor Lamuth, daughter of Matt Thursday. Mr. Bell works ' at atnuth. Later: They drove home Greenberg's. and arrived at one a. m. last night. The Kev. nnd Mrs. F. Earl Bur- Mrs. Geo. (.'. Call, her son Geo. gess spent Wednesday at Sheldon, JR., and a Miss Nelson, all of Sioux where the former performed a; City, with Mrs. Call's daughter, marriage ceremony. The Burgesses Mrs. Martin Cord, Danbury, were lived there before they came here Sunday guests of Mrs. S. C. Spear, and Mr. Burgess was the Motho-! mother of. Mrs. Call and grand- dist pastor. Ho Mason City and attendance there at noom land, Ne'b. She was called there three weeks ogo by word of the serious illness of a brother-in-law, B. M. Hall. His condition is reported unchanged. Attending a throe-day state Sunday school convention at Fort spent Monday at;mother of Mr. Call and Mrs. Cord. made up Rotary Mrs. Call and Miss Nelson remained for a longer visit. Geo. R. Call is manager of a Sioux City mortgage and bond company founded by his late father. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Humph- wodding anniversary of the for- Dodgejast week were the Rev. and!New Hartford high school, spent T, i tlle wee ]j. enc j.] lere wit)l ^ jj rot },_ er, Thomas Kemis. She is a daugh- . ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kemis, |Spencer, and Thomas manages the mer's brother, A. T. Foth, and the rey, who recently came here from latter's wife. There was an anni-1 Cleveland, Ohio, are about ready versary dinner, and the rest of the evening was spent at bridge. The A. T. Foths farm near Lone Rock. Tfelen Kcmis, principal of the Mrs. F. :3arl Burgess and Mes- the week-end-here with her' broth- dames W. A. Foster, Alice nick, Wallace McDougall, Glenn Roland, and A. L. Brown. Richard Norton, son of R. ! Arnold Motor Supply store here. P.. of the Norton machine works, devoted part time last winter to reconstruction of a racing boat. It may be seen on the upper floor of the Norton building. The bears the name Aquapoise. boat Lafc Turner, who has had a lot more than his share of sickness in the last year, is to return to Iowa City next Tuesday for a check-up. He has not been able, so far this spring, to work at his trade of painting and paper-hanging. Mrs. L. L. Lease and Mrs. J. L. Studer, both of Wesley, were Algona visitors Saturday. Mrs. Lease, who has been Wesley correspondent for the Algona papers, has resigned, and Mrs. Studer's daughter Vivian is her successor. Mrs. C. C. Shierlc, with her two children, left Friday for a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McCall, Kenosha, Wis. She will also visit Doctor Shierk's mother, Mrs. C. C. Shierk Sr., also of Ken- psha. Doctor Shierk is a local podiatrist. Sir. and Mrs. WiM. F. Steele were at Minneapolis Sunday and Monday, on a combined business mission and pleasure trip. They called on'the William Chubbs there Sunday. Mr. Chubb, who is an ac- countaing, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb here. A concert sponsored by the Algona Woman's club was well attended Monday, evening in the high school auditorium. The program included numbers by a male quartet, soprano solos, and dramatic readings, all by a group of Drake university students. Mrs. C. If. Cretzmeyer, Mrs. C. T. Chubb, and Lucia Wallace will attend a state P. E. 0. convention at Sioux City next week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Mrs. Cretzmeyer. goes as delegate from tho local chapter; Mrs, Chubb and Miss Wallace as guests. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Burnham and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. La Barre, Waterloo, were weekend guests of the C. R; La Barres. Mrs. Burin- ham is Mrs. La Barre's sister, and C. A. is C. R.'s father. C. A., now retired, was for 40 years In Her- rcik refrigerator employ. The Chrlstensen store fixtures were removed from the building one day last week and stored on the upper floor of the Heise build- Their father has of late been seriously sick with heart trouble, but is now improving. The Rev. and Mrs. Claude Fausnaugh, Estherville, with their children, Cloyd and Shirley, were Sunday afternoon and dinner guests at the Rev. C. W. Pfeiffer's. The men were classmates at the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, at the Uni- to start building a new home on north Jones. The site is across the street from Matt Lamuth's. Mrs. Humphrey is the former Grace Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor, and her husband is now employed at the Algona Ice Cream Candy factory. Before moving here, he was employed in a Quaker Oats factory at Cleveland. The Humphreys formerly lived at Chicago, and Mrs. Humphrey was a school playgrounds supervisor there. The death of Dr. F. G. Scanlan's mother at Rock Valley, 6 miles from Sioux City, last week Mon'day night was sudden and unexpected. She had attended a movie Monday, and that night had sat up till 11, burgh, Pa., three days. They visited the Gettysburg battlefield and spent two or three days with friends at Mount Carmel before starting for home. Three Permits to M'ed. Licenses to marry have been issued to three couples: Raymond C. Balvance, Josephine Friasen- borg, both of Buffalo Center; Marion Hyink, Thorsa Kollasch, both of Whiltemore; -Paul C. Rink, of West Bend, Josephine Fandcl, of Whittemore. PAGE SEVEN ir\s E W E S T SLIPS The four-gore bias cut Is the secret of its clinging smooth fit. Hollywood "V" tailored double material front and back. Tubs beautifully because it's fashioned from pure »i r dye satin. $1.98 Kresensky's M Suit A «m«rt !n Flock Pot Voite with f.|ot trimmed or$»«ly cotl* M<j Stitdwd Colon: Novy SUM 12 fc $X.98 THUKSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MAY 5-6-7 2 SMASH HITS—21C SERIAL "LONE RANGER" NO. 1 FEATURES NO. 2 JOHN BARRYMORE The Three Mesquitters —in— —in— "BULLDOG DRUM- "OUTLAW -OF MOND'S PERIL" SONORA" SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 8 AND 9 Your "Last Chance" to SAVE ON NEW SHOES! of Stunning PRING SHOES Regularly to $ 3.95 ALL SIZES in the group Prices are cut to tneir lowest! Sensational bargains ...in COPPER TANS...NAVY BLUES . BLACKS..COMBINAT70NS! Open orCIosed Toes. High or Cuban heels! Don't miss out! Regular *5.50 and *6 Save on these popular, smartly styled arch shoes. KRESENSKY'S SHOES READY-TO-WEAR HOSIERY gi^^ CHERRIES No. 10 cans 49c FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY PRUNES No. 10 cans 27c CUT GREEN BEANS No. 2 _3 cans 27 c PEAS sifted June IGA No. 2 _2 cans 29c x MACARONI, Carol cut _______ Box 5c SPAGHETTI, Carol cut ______ Box 5c COFFEE, Blue, free dish _____Lb. 25c PRUNES, lOab. box _ _____ _____ 53c CORN FLAKES, IGA ____ -2 pkgs, 18c COFFEE, Chase & Sanborn __1 Ib. 24c FLOUR, Gold Nugget .49 Ib, bag $1.29 PEANUT BUTTER - - - - , .2 Ib. jar 25c PRUNES, large size _____ _ _ _3 Ibs. 35c BROWN SUQAR _________ _4 Ibs. 23c 3OAP,P.&G ----- _______ 5 bars 18c WHEATJES pkgs. __---21c IQA FLOUR 494b. bag $1,69 PINEAPPLE-^ Crashed, 8?oz, STOCK UP MEATS 1 Cj% I 9C A C BACON SQUARES, Ib, BULK LARD, 2 Ibs, BONELESS BOILING S™.......... 19c COTTAGE 1 Oj% CHEESE, Ib, I £C RING IC* BOLOGNA, Ib. — I PC LONGHORN 4 «f _ CHEESE, Ib, I IV FORK ROAST, Ib. ECONOMY BEEF 4 f 1A-* ROAST, Ib. — 1 I'/2C BULLHEADS, OKf* PERCH" " <»o«* FILLETS, Ib. —_ COC 16c PINEAPPLE, No. 10 can 69c CORN, No. 2 can 4 f or 29c TOMATOES, No. 2 can 4 for 29c PEAS, Blue Bird, 16-oz. can _ _3 for 25c COFFEE, Folger's 2 Ib, can 53c PORK & BEANS, tall can ___3 for 25c MATCHES, IGA __6 boxes 19c | ORANGES, good size _ 2 doz. 29c NEW POTATOES _7 Ibs. 25c CELERY, well bleached __lOc and 15q CARROTS, fresh, -___._2 bunches 13c Seed Potatoes, Early Ohios 100 Ibs. 1,39 Seed Potatoes, Irish C'blers 100 Ibs. 1.29 OMAR 49-lb. 4 daily, 8:80 and 10;00 a, m.; 3:80 and 4:00 p. m. Use our new delivery service and take advantage of these special prices. HOOD'S I.G.A. Store Tomato Juice No, S 50-oz. can 19c, Black Raspberries No. 10can__-63c f 1 jnnnnnnc an an n n nan

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