Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1938
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tUB IN LAST EEHFYEAR i if ,, 10—The -Woman's club i' M ?V meet ng of this club K F. £moon's Man- V 'Mrs. G. -• - • --- ing hostess. The general in iirott Ths Coiflinuti' rfThS« United States, included muelc; -opportunities for 1m- communlty, conducted P s K" J Smith; book study, I w Win' Friends and Influ- 1 to e by Mrs - Condlt ° 'study topic has been, ,d States, and the pro' been instructive and isting. Lrs Attend Knlly— Burl Walther league ottend- Isnring rally of Zone 10 at If Sunday afternoon. The ft, Richmann was a speaker. Linen meeting followed the f nrvtees and a talent quest Ihcld in the evening. Martha ir' a nd Luella Welske sang I and a quartet composed of L Ruhnke, Luella, Richard, iHarold Weiske represented I Martha Ruhnke and the ,, W on first places and will to the district convention at [cer late this month. B Pakotnns In Visit— turn Duckmanton, of Mitchell, I arrived Saturday evening fspent the night at her sister 1 p L. Pratt's. Sunday Mrs. t and her sister went to Ells- h to spend a few days with . mother, Mrs. Bertha Duck- Bon. They were also to visit 1 brother, a patient at the vet- Is' hospital, Pes Molnes. not to He Shown— -xt Sunday evening stereopri- FDiclures of Hawaii will be a at the Methodist church. ral views of Hawaii will be as well as missionary •Tlsit Chicago Daughter— Irs. N. I. Morness went to Chl- j Tuesday to spend a day or Jwith her daughter Margaret, jloyed there. Other Burt News. iarion Hoppe spent the week- J with her parents, the J. T. Ipes, Fort Dodge. Her parents 1 a friend, Vincent Pemble., In- iola, brought her home and bt the evening at J. G. Set's. Irs, M. M. Chipman and Mrs. J. [Graham spent the week-end Mrs. Graham's sisters at ister City. They accompanied ;tie Warner and Eva Whitney, visited relatives at Cedar s, llenn and Vernon Wallace, Ma- 1 City, spent the week-end with fir sister, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott. [eir mother, Mrs. Bertha Wal, also spent Sunday with them. (!r, and Mrs. L. L. Clement, of ,'spent Sunday with- Mrs. icnt's mother, Mrs. C. H. Bios- Mrs. Clement remained lor ' days visit. < R. E. Kautzkys and Anna Inzer, Fort Dodge, visited Sun\ at A, H. Melnzer's. Mrs. Kautz|and Anna are Mr. Meinzer's lers. !r, and Mrs. Arnold Elbert, of lona, and Irvin Elbert and Gerpe Hoskins, West Bend, were lay dinner guests at Art Fan- pliam Doering, his daughter T son-in-law, Clear Lake, Minn., rat the week-end with Mr. Doer"' sister, Mrs. Johanna Dett-.--. Slaughter, student at the Won Business college at Maf City, spent the week-end with /Parents, the D. F. Slaughters. f»y Giddings Jr., Tama, spent » week-end with his parents, Mr. fl Mrs. G. C. Giddings. Guy IB a Jll carrier at Tama. P. and Mrs. Myron Melnzer «* Sunday dinner guests ,et Henning's, employed at the ufy farm. ft. and Mrs. J. H. Schrooder llB .. the , week-end with their »Wer, MM. R. A, Barrett, at pttemore. r and Mrs. J. G. Sewick spent fveek-end at their daughter, f Kenneth May's at Emmets- jHrs, Prank Ferguson, of Salem, »•• tame Saturday for a tew . , 8 t her niece Mrs. P. L. Ryer- i Rain!! ^ rs> W> R- Carne y and i M » £ arneys spent Mother's » « Robert Carney's in Al- Orant* May 10— Baccalaureate services will be hold Sunday evening, May 15 at 8 o'clock in tho school auditorium. The Rev Mi- Weaver, of Jolley, will preach the sermon. Commencement exercises will be hold next week Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The address will be given by George D. Cramer, of Fort Dodge. School will close next week Wednesday with the annual Clas Day program at 11 o clock and a picnic dinner at loon. The afternoon will be spent in a ball game between Lcdyard and Grant. Students, Faculty Entertained— Supt. and (Mrs. C. W. Hammond mtertained Grant high school students and the faculty at a party at Interlaken a week ago Tuesday KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA Grant School Will Close Yea^Next Week Wednesday H™if, 1 ? n i enl i«nment Included two hitlenball games, followed by a Picnic supper, tho main feature of which was a welner roast. An joyed" 8 r ° ller sknti "S was en- Other Grant News. Mrs. Joe Mayne and Mrs. AWrod /'ielske and sons Dean and Arden attended a Mother's day program at the Alice Mayme school in .Eagle township Friday afternoon. Mrs. G, W. Anderson had the misfortune to fall down the porch steps and cut a deep gash In her arm one day last week. Mr and Mrs. Earl Patterson and daughters were Sunday visitors at 0. 0. Waterbury's at Welcome, Minn. JUNIORS HOSTS AT FENTON TO THE SENIORS •Fenton, May 11—Seniors and the (faculty were entertained at the annual Junior-Senior banquet at the Kermore hotel, Emmetsburg, Saturday despite the snow and rain storm. Place cards were ships and the main tatole decorations were lighthouses, which carried out the theme of • the program, Harbor Lights. While Ruth Koibclitz sang, Harbor Lights, accompanied at the piano by Mary Ann Bohn, the guests found their places at the tables. The following program was given: Toastmistress, Lucille Meyer, who gave The Light House; response, Rolin Geronsin, the Voyage; Harold Weisbrod, Equipment for the Trip; V. J. Tatum, On the Sea; Ruth Kabelitz, class prophecy; Edmund Krause, class history; Maxine Jentz, class will; M. E. Otterness, the Anchor. Seniors are: Dorothy Airhart, Hadley Bailey, Irene Bleckwenn, Earl Cornelius, Arnold Dreyer, Ruth Dreyer, Ruth Espe, Marie Fauerby, Rolin Geronsin, Raymond Grarnenz, Maxine Jentz, Marjorie Johnson, Helen Kern, Evelyn Klatt, Edmund Krause, Arlene Mitchell, Mervin Priebe, Vivian Voigt, Herbert Wallace, Harold Weisbrod, Ruth Weisbrod, and Edith Wolfe. Juniors are: Mary Ann Bohn, Donald Bergeson, Laura Boettcher, Sarah Burwash, Mary Jane Eigler, Faith Finnestad, Geneva Glaus, Ruth Katoelitz, Robert Krause, Ruth Mae Kyhl, Irene Laabs, Esther Leudtke, Lucille Meyer, Everett Mueller, George Pertl, John Schmidt, Marjorie Voigt, Robert Votteler and Duane Wlddel. Teachers who attended the banquet were M. E. Otterness, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum, Anna Finn, Gladys Sleicher, Bernice Brown, Pearl.Christensen, Edith Dan), and Frank Nickoley. W. F. M. S. Has Meeting— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met in the church parlors Thursday. Reiports were given on the Thank- riff ering, $23.75; report on the district missionary meeting at Clear Lake, by Mrs. John Light; mite box offering report by Mrs. R. C. Goetsch. Program was in charge of Mrs. V. J. Tatum, Marjorie Brown sang a solo, and Marjorie Brown, Helen Geronsin, and Geneva Glaus gave a demonstration of the Standard Bearer meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Arthur Voigt, Mrs. George Boettcher, and Mrs. Kate Newel. Leaguers Hare Program— The Fenton Walther League met Thursday, and the topic was; You and Your 'Radio, explained by the Rev. Mr. Kabelitz. Maxine Jentz, Marie Fauerby, and Ruth Kabelitz will furnish entertainment for a fellowship evening late In May. Raymond Dreyer was named delegate to the Spencer convention. There were 31 present. Lunch was served 'by Lorena and Raymond Dreyer. Party for Delond Votteler— Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Votteler entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of Delond, who was confirmed that day. Guests were Mrs. Clara Wehmpann, the Hildreth Pettits, Mr. and Mrs. George Siems and Shirley, the Robert Vottelera, Olaf Norland, and Arnold Hantel- mans, the Mrs. Katie Hantelman family, of Fenton, and tho Lawrence, Hantelmans, Seneca. dinner Sunday in honor of John Russel, who was confirmed at Fairvllle. Guests were the A. D Bleckwenn and William Miller families, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Delores Krause, Eldon Hantelman, Dorothy Stlgman, Grace and Fred Wicsenhofer, and Fred Frink. •1-H Hoys lloosters Meet— The Independence Boys Booster•J-H club met last week Tuesday evening at W. P. Weisbrod's. Twelve members and a visitor, Jack Shearer, were present. Randall Hoffman, Palo Alto county agent, and Bertel Berkeland, leader, gave talks and conducted judging lessons on tall grain and corn. Lunch was served. Daughter is Honored- Mr, and Mrs. John Kerber entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter Lois, who was confirmed that day. Guests were the Rev. H. D. Stahmer family, of Fairville, the Rev. Walter Wfegen- ers, Mrs. George Osborne and son Kerlber, Mrs. Gus Naroschek and Mildred Schu'ltz, all of Emmetsburg. Confirmnnt is Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wright, of Depew, entertained Sunday in honor of their daughter Dorothy, who was confirmed that day. Guests were the Emil Bleckwenns, Mrs. Sophia' Bleckwenn and daughter Kathryn, the' Art Helmkes, of Rodman, the Henry Bruhns, and Dan SNOW IN MAY, '09, RECALLED AT IRVINGTON Irvlngton, May 10—Tho Roy B!y- thes, Dubuque, la., called Mrs. Nina Schichtl Sunday evening to offer her congratulations on Mother's day. Roy reports that the last big snow visiting Iowa in May came May 3, 1909. The David Blythes who then lived in Irvington had a snap shot taken of their house after the storm and Roy, was then a boy of 12 or 14 can be seen playing with his sled in the foreground. Other Irvingtonians then became reminiscent and re- memhered 'that for a few days practically all traveling was done by boh sled. Leaves on the tree* were frozen and dropped off. Later a second crop of leaves appeared. The Arthur Blythes, Wahkon, Minn., also write that they have been having their share of the present snow. Arthur planned to send his mother, Mrs. Nina Blythe, who is with the Roy Blythes, a bouquet of spring violets, but they were covered with two inches of snow. Chas. Clark In Visit- Charles Clark, Britt, and a cousin, Herbert Raney, called at Ray Fitch's Monday afternoon. The men were returning from Humboldt where they had attended the funeral services of Mrs. Frank Arnold. Mrs. Arnold was a daughter of the late E. E. Clark, who was reared in the Livermore vicinity. Charles Clark is the father of Mrs. Fitch and Herbert is a. son of Charles Raney. He is coach and teacher at Manly. Mrs. Miller Is Recovering — The 0. L. Millers and Shirley Roney were Sunday guests at the Charles Harvey's, Algona. •> The i Millers also spent a few hours with Mr. Miller's mother, Mrs. Mae Miller, who has been confined to her bed for over three months following a fall in which she received a troken hip. A wheel chair has been obtained and the invalid plans to spend a few hours in It for the first time the latter part of this week. rylng was accideivtfy discharged and the bullet went entirely .hrough the bone of one toe. Doles to Woodbine— Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Yankee, Whitemore, and Mrs. Elmer Dole and jhildren drove to Woodbine Friday and stayed till Sunday with Mr. )ole, who is employed there. Mrs. 3ole and children will go to Woodbine again Friday after school iloses, and spend the summer here. Ifas Emergency Operation — An emergency appendectomy vas performed on Margaret Nonne at an Algona hospital late Friday night. Margaret is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Noone, who moved with Mrs. Kate Chtlton 'rom here to the latter's farm in Rlverdale township In March. Herman Meyer Is Better— Herman Meyer, who has been in a critical condition at the Kossuth lospital for several weeks, is re- lorted slightly improved. Mr. Mey- ;r had a brain tumor removed at Rochester, Minn., late last winter, and is stil suffering from the ef- 'ects. School to Close Friday— The Irvington school will close Friday with a picnic. Both teachers, Myrtle Jordan, completing her third year here, and Eileen Walsh, "inishing her first year, have been re-hired for next year. Other Irvington. Ray Wickwire, employed near Bedford, came by motorcycle Friday to spend Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wickwire. Ray was. in the CCC at Council Bluffs, and then at Bedford for several years. Since leav- ng camp he has been employed on a farm. He took lessons in flying at Fort Crook for a time. The Missionary society will meet Wisconsin Relatives Visit- John Darte, Carmen, Wis., Mrs. Fred Darte and Donald, and Mrs. Herbert Stueber, Hartford, Wis., came Saturday and visited till Tuesday at Ed Greinert's. They are relatives of Mr. Greinert. The Louis Greinerts, Whittemore, were dinner guests Sunday. Two Are Confirmed— Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Schmellng entertained in honor of Victo;- and Ruth, who were confirmed. Guests were the Robert Bells and Ernest Reidels, Burt. &t, I am went to Iowa Confirmation is Honored— at ^ ay for f «rther treat- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wegener J^'fle university hospital. entertained relatives and friends at »*«V»t* <«^fr«t««flfrilH«^frM"»» Change of Office Location Because of the necessity to, provide Additional room for patients at the General Hospital, our offices will now be located o_n the ground floor of the Sawyer Bldg., at 9 East State St., 'Algona, Iowa. Office R* one 187 Dr, W, D. Andrei • Dr. 8. W, M«yer Hospital Phone 18 Mother's Day Is Observed — The Rev. A. English preached a Mother's day sermon Sunday. Wm. Boldridge, accompanied at the piano, by .Mrs. Hedrick, sang, My Mother's Bible, as a special solo. At the close Of the sermon the primary department presented each mother with a white carnation. The department then sang a song honoring mothers. Injured Foot Gives Trouble— Paul Wickwire, employed at the John Zimot's? has had to -quit work for a while because of an injury in his right foot. The foot was injured several weeks ago when a gun which Paul was car- CLEARANCE! Clever Sport COATS Jaunty Toppers'and - Swaggers Bargains you cannot- resist— marvelous swagger and topper coats ... tailored with flattering skill from durable fabrics •. featured in smart bright colors and nary! They're worth much more! REDUCED! Smart Man-Tailored SUITS Tailored to Perfection Marked down for immediate disposal — stunning man-tailored suits that fit perfectly and wear to perfection — all flawlessly made from select meanswear fabrics — accenting smart link-button styles! UNEQUALLED Gorgeous New Dresses Exquisite High Shades Navies! Adorable dresses with charming capes ... clever jackets or boleros ... smart redingotes — distinctively designed in gorgeous high shapes . , , superb contrasts , . . captivating navies! Exceptional values! LfRRHHmS Dtpwiwent Store® next week Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs. 0. L. Miller will have charge. Topic* are Latin America and Spanish Speaking peoples. A covered dish luncheon will be served. Irvington students who took the eighth grade examinations in Algona Thursday and Friday were Lorainne Thomas, Phyllis Maxwell, Adella Lemkee, and Dorothy Leigh, Kenneth Asa and Shirley Roney. The L. E. Colwells and Herman Beckers were at Fort Dodge Saturday. Gerry and Charles Colwell went as far as Livermore and stayed till Sunday with their grandmother, Mrs. Jenny Colwell. iMr. and Mrs. John Zlmot drove to Lohrville Sunday to visit Mrs. Zimot's brother, Dr. Jos. Wier. Mrs. Wier, recently gave birth to a daughter at a Fort Dodge hos- PAGE THREE pital. ! '|P|| Eighth grade students presented their teacher, Myrtle Jordan, with a gift last week. The gift has the appearance of an ornament, but can be converted Into book ends. The James Hudsons, Burt, and the Oran Hud«ons, Corwlth, spent Sunday at Paul Hudson's. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee were week-end guests at P. W. Lee's at Webster City. This Special is line It's GLUEK'S for mi Have you tried "SUMMER SPECIAL"? It's the NEW Gluek Beer with the Pilsener flavor I A grand Old-Country flavor has come to America—the flavor of the famous Pilsener hrew. In Gluck'i "Summer Special," the tang of Bohemian hops and the full flavor of choicest barley malt are blended to give this beer the typical Pilsener taste—zcstful and satisfying) yet mellow and smooth. Try this fine beer this week—at least three times. You'll notice the difference hi flavor. You'll like it. And youTl never go back to • "sweet" beer. GLUEK'S ON DRAFT AND IN BOTTLES GLUEK BREWING COMPANY . . . MINNEAPOLIS |J Graham's Greater Value Event - New Merchandise Special Purchases - Extra Values in Every Department! SILK HOSE Special Pair Sheer chiffons — full- fashioned. They're a real buy at this . low price! PANEL SLIPS Regular 79c Value 47c Tailored of fine quality Denier Rayon. An outstanding value for 47c. Smartest Fabrics for Spring and Summer needs! Better Quality. Wash Fabrics The Best Sellers • Printed Poplins • Printed Laces • Flock Dot Voiles • Printed Bar Effects Pillow Cases, 42x36 inches, now Brown Muslins, 36-inch, now Heavy Brown Muslins, now WASH CLOTHS Five for only Special May Sale savings! Firmly woven cotton terry cloths. Jacquard patterns! New Patterns Sheer Cottons TOWEL Special 19c value IQc each 18x36 size. Double thread Turkish towel— a big value at this price. Plaid Lunch Cloth Big Size 60x80 inches 43c Regular 69c lunch cloth featured special for the May Sales! Values up to 39c yard 1 7ft I I U Printed batistes, voiles, dimities, lawns, and nov-. elties.. Buy now for your summer sewing and save! Men's Dress SHIRTS Just a glance at new patterns and fabrics. You'll realize they are about half price 2 for $1.00 Krinkle Bed Spreads A marvelous value. Good quality. Colorful woven-in krinkled stripes. Full bed size All Linen TOWELING , Imported, long wearing brown crash. 18 inches wide —no one can afford to ignore at this 1 C«% price; yard' I 9C The Greatest Values We Have Ever Offered in Aluminum 79C Heavier Weight Five big items to Choose From Check These Useful Items • Tea Kettles, 5 quart • Dish Pans, 14 quart • Covered Kettles, 8 quart • Clamp' Seal Cookers, 6 quart • Combination Pan, 3 quart Seven-Piece BERRY SETS Lovely Rose Cut Berry Sets that bring color to your table. One 7rin. berry bowl and 6 nappies 9R|% for only _^___________ fiplf part I4neu Brawn Toweling 4 J^pw Price, yard—_ New -i Colorful ^.Brilliant RIVIERA Bridge or Luncheon Sets $3.49 • Service fpr four • Pour brilliant colors f Red - Green « Yellow - Blue t By the makers of Fiesta Felt Base MATS 15x27-in, size. Here IS more proof of.the values to be "7A had in this May Sale! __ I V A Big Value DUST MOPS Big 10 ounce dust mop, Washable green cotton yarns. At least a 79c value __ Imported NOVELTY RUGS Colorful plaids in dark shades —22x44 inches, at a special price that means savings Here's a Value Rockford Socks Stores* 8c 3 Pair for 15c

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