Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1938 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1938
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EflRT ATTACK Lie, May 10-Thls .com- saddened Saturday fey the s" ddetl de!lth Of F rnlinson. Mrs. John' yl ' 0nn lway ""joyed good was taken suddenly ill with a severe which she did Frnhnson's maiden name was fc Vo was a daughter Ld Mrs. Christian Thorson, M gwea township's early she attended country Uted trom Armstrong ol, and taught school a ^ spending summers at ,,, 1 marriage .he' moved husband onto ft farm in township, their present Mrs. Johnson have'al- nan active part in the , nnd have always been ited with Koasuth county Lean of which Mr. John- 5 served as president many I Johnson was born February Slie was man-let August j' and two sons, were born .'and Morris, both now at •survive. •was a member of the 1m- 1 Lutheran church, in Swea there funeral servir.es were I'uesday afternoon conducted |v R. C. Swanson. Burial 'do in the tfion Lutheran |ry in Swea township. dcif'lier husband and two [lie is survived by Hires sis[id four brothers: Mrs. Dora of Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Hat- •g, of Bollingham, Wash.: .j.iorson, of Waterloo; Law- J Lewis, and George Thorsen, Irs. Emma Swanson, of this Her sisters, Mrs. EVahs Oberg were unable to |or services. otans Wed in Church Service a, May 10—Irene, second • of Mrs. A. Weringa, and 'eterson, second son of Mr. •s. C. 0. Peterson, were at the Lutheran church evening at 6 o'clock, ir, the Rev. A, F. Boese, Iting. They were attended -by fldegroom's brother, Charles, taxine Griese. The bride' and Itendant botli wore dark blue [owns. The single ring cero- I was used. The bride has (employed in the C. R. Smith (since her graduation from, (school two years ago. 'The [room is working on a farm Jhls father, C. 0. Peterson •of town. The future plans of Toung people are indefinite. ..KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA tEWRITES Briefs summarizing prln- I ncirs in Tuesday's Up•Des Moines. FETY DAY parade and cer- ' to be held Thursday, May is planned last week by offi- |of the Kossuth county safety e. General chairman' of the f day is R. H. Miller. . The am will include a dinner at land Gov. Kraschel and state Ira have been invited. Gov- IKraschel is expected to give aln address. A safety, flag « raised. Kossuth county suf- 12 fatal accidents last year ' wr none have occurred this 'OX DID1UKSEK was injur- Murday evening when an Elk r rs delivery truck driven by elevens hit the (back of his car "' corner of McGregor and sola street. Mr. Didriksen I brown against the steering ' Injuring his neck, chest, F e IjE-Mr. Didriksen is fore- 1° the Advance. He will be I to return to his duties I "C6K, and lln th • won exc e"ent rat- [««ie,s ta , e music' contest at ' ast week. Jane played " OIl> and Ph y llis a .elec ion. Bick Keen, so^ Merrltt - °« the il? 6 to take l"*rt In the contest 10 be held at Min- f>"? next week Thursday, ' STAIEY ' 5 7- two 5. He -was with attempt ™ in have signed for an cm ln s aa L is the and nearly 100 whch Uf eSBary for the C,, w , m coat nearly Ior the 175 miles it will LOSS ~ to or in wbich per- M Ve , occ «J"ed must <°r academy a The •»to* was , 87, Kos"><>% Th* 8 i ace 19 <>0. dted V. fle M ethodlst «iurci Nob C. Denol, Grinnell rresh- mnn, spent the week-end at home Heillah Larson returned lo hoi- work at Neville's Friday after a two-day siege of the flu. The P. J. Waldroiis spent the week-end at Minneapolis with Mrs Waldron's sister, Kluinc DutmiH. '' Until .MoMahoii, teacher at Garner, spent the week-end visiting her parents, the S. 13. MoMalmns. Mrs. Oliver 3lo<> and her daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Kencfick vi.s- Ited friends at Mason City Monday. The llcv. 31. Fiirsteimn 'loft Tuns- day evening for Wnlorlown W's for nn Indefinite visit with h'.s sister. J. H. Johnson Sr. went to Cedar Rapids Wednesday on a buslno.ss mission, and will 'bo gone a few days. 3Ir. and 3Ir.<t. S. D. Wilson spoilt Saturday at Tllonkn with their son J. B. Wilson, who owns u restaurant there. , John Shills, Minneapolis, will arrive Saturday for two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Shilts. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley Cloplon and William Young, all of Jefferson, were Sunday guests at Marvin Clement's. Gwendolyn Deal, freshman at t. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, .spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal. 3fr. and .Mrs. W. G. .Strait, Humboldt,'spent the wcck-nnd at the U R. Phillips'. Mrs. Strait and Mrs. Phillips are sisters. Lnclla Hell, bookkeeper at Dan's garage, is sick with the mumps. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert IT. Bell. 3Fr. and 3lrs. C. H. Williams were Mother's clay guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams, Mason City. The Rev. George (I. Vance drove to Clear Lake Wednesday to see Dr. Royal J. Montgomery in regard to a summer camp. G. S. Itiichaiian and N. C. Rice were at Waterloo Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday attending a district Rotary convention. Mr. and 3lrs. Samuel Baylor were Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. Joseph Daughan, Comvith. Mr. Daughan is a farmer. 3Ir. and 3Ii-s. Wooclrow Johnson, Irvington, and their daughter Rochelle, spent Sunday with 'Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Eva Deim. 3Ir. and Mrs. Ray Ladcndorff drove .to Knoxville Sunday for the day at her brother's. Mi-. Ladcn- dorff is employed at the postofl'lee. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau, with their two children, spent Sunday at Swea City visiting Mrs. Dau's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ehlers. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furst were at Lakota Tuesday visiting the latter's mother, Mrs. Minnie Heetland. Mr. Furst is a mineral salesman. Mrs. 1). IF. Goeders will return Friday after three days "on the road" with Mr. Goeders, who travels for a women's apparel manufacturer. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter, of West Bend, were Algona visitors Monday. The latter is a sister of Mrs. Tom E. Dailey and Mrs. A. W. Behrends. Mr. and 3Irs. Gordon Kuhn, with their daughter Helen, spent Thursday at Mason City on a business and pleasure trip. Helen is bookkeeper at Swift's. Mr. and Mrs. William Altwegg drove to Elkader Saturday and spent Mother's day with their daughter Jeanne, who conducts a beauty shop there. • Mr. nnd Mrs. John Blinman, of Spencer, were Sunday visitors of the former's sister, Mrs. John •Poth. Mr. Blinkman operates 'the •Ford garage there. Allen Buchanan, who is employed in the Milwaukee offices at Mason City, spent the week-end here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Mrs. Daniel Kelly, Emmetsburg, attended the Bel Canto May breakfast Wednesday morning and spent the afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan. Mr. and 3Irs. M. A. Sullivan, of Waterloo, were Algona business visitors Tuesday. They also visited Pauline Van Horn, office nurse for Dr. P. V. Janse. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Free, of Garner, and their children, were Sunday visitors with -Mr. Free'6 mother, Mrs. G. H. Free. Mr. Free is a druggist at Garner. The Mesdames George Schlief, B. R. Yeoman, G. C, Yeoman, with the latter's daughter Adra, spent. Monday afternoon at Emmetsburg visiting the D. L. Johnsons. Mrs, Clyde Smith returned last night (Wednesday) from Cedar Falls, where she had visited since Sunday with her daughter Evelyn, senior student in I. S. T. C. Mr. and Mrs, Ben Ingebriitaon were Sunday guests of the latter's parents, IMr. and Mrs. P. J. Helm- ke, near Swea City. Mr. Tngcbrit- son works nt the Dau garage. Attending a K. of C. banquet at Kmniotshurg Sunday evening were o Karl R. Hoffmans and L. A. WmkolB and Dr. R. j. Thlwen, his son, and Alphonso Lenslng. "on Mei-fa, Cherokee, spent the week-end here with his wife nnd Hiniill daughter, Donna Drew. Mr. Mertz is a cattle buyer for the j Hath Packing C 0 . at Chorokc* John Hoe, Minneapolis, now manager of the Birum-Olson Co., will move his family here as soon OH school is out. He bas a daughter attending school in Chicngo". .Mr. and Mrs. claim Johnson, of Migo Grove, wore Sunday guests .it hen- son Carroll's. Carroll operates t;h 0 D-X station here, and I'niiim. who works )n beauty .shop ,,t Britt, spent the week-end with her .parents, the J. I'_. Blacks, south of Algona. She Finished her beauty course a few months ago. i Mr. a ml M,-s. Roy Inglmm. Forest ( ity, spent Sunday with the C. H. Holts. Mr. rngluim is manager ol a f,r;>ham store at Forest City, mid Mr. Molt manages the Graham store hero. Mary Klixaheth Foster and Dorothy Fox, teachers at Primghar, wore week-end guests of the former's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W A. 1-ostor. Miss Fox's homo is at Centorville. Mefn Gudc nm | viola Heller, nurses, will attend nurses' graduation exercises nt Albert Lea this evening (Thursday). Both of them 1 Lcona and Harriet Smith spent the week-end with their mother, 'Mrs. Neal Smith. Harriet, a student at the A. I. B, at Des Moines, will remain here this week. Leona, student at Cedar Falls, went back Sunday. Mntirlno SIcCiillongh returned to work at the Chrlschilles store Monday. She had a major operation at the Kossuth hospital two weeks ago and has recovered. She is a daughter of the W. G. McCulloughs. 31r. and 31rs. Harold Brandt spent the week-end at Garrison and Dysart visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Herman Hansen, and Mrs. Brandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pippert. Mr. Brandt travels for Decker's. 3lr. and 3Irs. C. W. Bergfield spent the week-end at George visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. Howard Klinkenborg. Mr. Klinkerborg works for the Standard Oil Co. there, and Mr. Bergfield works for Kennedy & Parsons. 3lr. and airs. Frank Skilling and Evelyn Dole, of Algona, Mrs. Mary Dole, Irvington, and daughters Mildred and Marvel, spent Sunday nt Woden with the Chester Harmons. Mrs. Harmon is another daughter of Mrs. Dole. Tlie If. 3f. Olsons visited the former's brother, Dr. L. C. Olson, Waterloo, 'Friday on their way home from the state dental association meeting at Davenport last mid-week. Dr. L. C. Olson is a chiropractor tit Waterloo. Mrs. I-'. I,. Trilmn will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tribon, Independence, to Clear Lake Saturday for a week-end of fishing. They will stay at the W. C. Dowel cottage while there. Mr. Tribon is a brother of Doctor Tribon here. 3fr. and 3I'rs. W. C. Irelau, with their daughter Jo Ellen, will go to Pella .Saturday to attend the tulip „.._ lr ...,,,,, i . L . festival. They will spend Sunday •no M,HiiKU ( ;s of the nurses' train- at Newton visiting Mr. Irelan's .school there. IhrnHioiv n, s w r \ a ,,,uv, the state college, spent the here. "~~ "" 31r. and Mrs. H. B. Dobson returned Monday from South Dakota, where they had spent the past week. They visited Mr. Dob- I.on ,°v vi . .- brother, C, S. W. C. is with uoiotuj 3Hnvdsley, freshman atiEquitable life Insurance Co. o ino Amos state nolloirn snonf n.n !•,„,.„ week-end with her father, Edward Mttwdsley, at Irving-ton. She was graduated from the school lust year. local high Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Karr, Ireton, their children Bobby, Kathryn, and son's parents, the J. H. Dobsons, at Alexandria, and Mrs. Do'bson's J-.. . * "' "J", n"" CIL ^1-lcyvu.llul ILL, U.UU. 1VX1 b. J-JUUSUI1 O uicKy were week-end guests of parents, the R. S. Bushnell's, at Mrs. John Caughlin. Mrs. Karr is lElkton T.l le ... fo , rmer , Ivadc11 Caughlin. Mr. Karr is a farmer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fern Ruling, near Britt, were Sunday dinner guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Ida K. Nickerson. Another daughter, Mrs. Aeijelt Meyer, near Ringsted, visited her mother Monday. Mr. and 3Irs. Chris Wallukait, Loo Dahlhauser, and Joseph Larson fished at Rutland Monday night.. They also visited Mr. Wal- jlukait's brother Hans, manager of 'the _light plant there. lUcliard, two and one-half year old son of the H. A. Tuttle's, is sick with chicken-pox. His sister Marilyn returned to the fourth grade last Wednesday, having recovered from the disease. Lillian Davis and Gladys Boddy, " l f '' HEELS THAT "STAY PUT" en choosy $YIVIA Kr«f«n«ky'« both of Rochester, are their aunt, Mrs. F. C. visiting Volzke. Gladys, who formerly made her home with the Volzkes, will remain for a few weeks' visit. Mrs. Thomas Kemis has been sick with the "flu" several days. Her mother, Mrs. 0. M. Cummings, Hartley, has ibeen here caring for her. Mr. Kemis is manager of the Arnold Motor Supply store. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baldwin were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson. Mr. Baldwin will go to Osage in the near future, where he will manage a grocery store. •• Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, the Mesdames W. A. Foster, Albin Spong-berg, and P. L. Trifoon drove to Traer Friday to set out shrubbery on the cemetery where Mrs. Overmyer's parents are buried. George and Julius Blinkman, of Fairmont, were business visitors here Friday. They also visited their mother, 'Mrs. Lenore Peck. George is a truck gardener and Julius works in the Ford garage. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. DeLano spent the week-end at Rockwell City visiting the former's sisr.ur Mrs. Ernest Johnson. Mr. Johnson is a farmer and Mr. DeLano works for the Mid-Continent oil station here. Mrs. Lnra Sanders, Algona 11- brarJan, accompanied the : Britt librarian to Des Moines today (Thursday) to attend a district meeting of the state library association. They will return this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg got back last Thursday from two weeks in Ohio and Kentucky. They visited Mr. Ogg's mother and sisters at Lexington, Ky., and his brother, W. E, Ogg, at Greenfield, Ohio. .Mrs. John Cnnghlln entertained at a Mother's day dinner Sunday. Guests were the Elvin Karrs, Irp- ton, the Andrew ^Hansons, Titonka; and Mrs. Dona'.d MerU, Algona. Mrs. Karr, Mrs. Hanson, and Mrs.' Mertz a.rs daughter of Mrs. Caughlin. 3Ir. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and daughter Sheila were Sunday guests of Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly, Emmetsburg. The L. C. Hankers, northeast of Algona, were Sunday guests of the L. F. Rices. 'Mr. Banker is a brother of Mrs. Rice. County Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown, Lucille Pepoon, H. D. A., and Mrs. Alma Nelson went to Swea City Tuesday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. Myron Johnson, who died suddenly. Mrs. Johnson was a Farm Bureau worker in that community. Jlr. and Mrs. Glenn Swanson, of Fairmont, were week-end guests of the latter's parents, the C. R. Pommerenings. They left Sunday, but Mrs. -Swanson came again Tuesday and is spending the rest of the week here. Mr. Swanson is foreman of a graveling crew. Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Reed returned home Sunday from Sioux Falls, S. D., where they had spent the week visiting the former's brother, Faye, railroad employe. They also visited Mr. Reed's mother and sister, Mrs. Ben Reed, and Mrs. M. Stewart, at Yankton. Mr. and Mrs. C.. E. Maxwell, of Eagle Grove, were Sunday guests of their son Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Maxwell were also there. Arnold works for the railroad and will be at Dows for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Maxwell, with their little girl, will remain here. Mrs. Earl Griffith and Mrs. Lyle Pugh, the latter of Des Moines, spent last week Thursday at Spencer visiting friends. Mrs Pugh works in State Comptroller Murtagh's office at Des Moines. Russell Maxwell was a business visitor at Fort Dodge Friday. Marguerite Dahlhauser, stenographer at the soil conservation office, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -P. J. Dahlhauser, :West Bend, Sunday, she and her brother Paul visited thair sister, Mrs. Irvin Joynt, Emmetsburg. Paul works at Norton's machine shop here. Mrs. Ernest Egel gave birth to twin boys last Thursday at the Kossuth hospital, but both babies failed to live. •- Mrs. Egel is recovering. The Egels have one other child, a girl. Mr. Egel is employed at the Klassle garage and is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egel, Irvington. Mrs. JT. 1>. Hoover, with her daughter Helen, Norfolk, Neb., left Tuesday after a couple of weeks with their daughter and sister, Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. The three women spent several days last week at Toledo, visiting their son and .brother, W. F. Russell. The latter is a lawyer there. 3lrs. Mary Tiling returned home Saturday from Grand Island, Neb., | whore she had been the past three | weeks, called by the serious Illness of her brother-in-law, B. M. Hall. Mrs. Hall brought her sister home and remained for a couple days' visit. Mrs. Laing has been sick with phlebitis the past few days. Two of the Advance's regular staff arc off duty this week. W. C. Dewel is spending the week in jEvanslon visiting the son Dr. B. F. Dewel. Anton Didriksen, foreman, is at home recovering from injuries in a crash Saturday even- ling between his car nnd a delivery 'truck. Both will be back on the job next week. Mr. and Mrs. William Finn, with their daughter Carol, and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Behlmor, the latter of Emmetsiburg, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford, near Whittemore. The women are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford. Mr. Finn works at Wilson's bakery, and Mr. Behlmer operates a beauty shop. Jack (.'erney, Jefferson, is the now butcher at Hood's I. G. A. store. He started work Saturday and the family is living on Lucas street. The Cerneys have two sons, one seven years old and the other eight months old. Mr. Cernoy was butcher at the Thrifty Food Market, Jefferson, and before that at the Council Oak store, Carroll, before coming here. Tlie Hurton A. Thorpes drove to West Bend Tuesday evening to attend the senior class play in which "Bud" Boevers had a par.t. They also learned that he had been chosen to represent the West Bend district at the Hawkeye Legion camp, which will be in session at Camp Dodge from June 12 to 19. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers, former Algonians. Kathleen Holtubauer started •work May. 1 at the Iowa State bank to take the place of Lorraine Tierney, who had resigned to take care of her mother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer. Upon the death of her mother, Lorraine has decided to keep house for Mr. Holtzbauer. Kathleen was cashier at Christensen's department store a number of years prior to the recent fire. The Mesdames L. R. Phillips, Floyd Bacon, Douglas Wildin, Fred Dunn, and Cora Miller drove to Des Moines a week ago Monday to visit Mrs. Phillips' husband, who is in the veteran's hospital there. He has been there a month but will have to stay about two weeks longer. However, he is much improved. Mr. Phillips is suffering with arthritis and sciatic neuritis. Mr. and 3Irs. Merle Yeoman arrived here last week Thursday for a short visit with the former's par- 'ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yeoman. They were married April 22 at Boulder, Colo., and visited several points in Colorado and Utah before coming here. Mrs. Yeoman is the former Lois Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Johnson, JCmmetsburg. Merle travels for a Salt Lake City dress company. .Sunday quests at W. J. Fuller's were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Arnold, two children Larry and Joe, and Mr. Arnold's mother, Mrs. Maude Arnold, all of Arnold's Park; Mrs. Fuller's sister, Mrs. William Maurer, son Billy, Mrs. Wayne Newby, and Fern Boylan, all of Spencer. Mrs. Nowby, Mrs. Boylan, and Mrs. Bernard Arnold are nieces of Mrs. Fuller. Mr. Arnold is employed with the Rlghlway cleaners. Mrs. D. J. Logan, sister of Mrs. Fuller, returned to Spencer Sunday after three weeks here. JACK SPRAT FOOD STORES THIS GREAT SALE FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 18 AND 14 CAKE FLOUR, Jack Sprat,—— - 44-oz. pkg. SUN-X, The new bleach Quart bottle LYE ' «, Mayflower ' 8 cans SUGAR CORN,. 4 flf» Jack Sprat Cream Style No. 2 can I UV FLOUR, OQf* Jack Sprat 5 Ib, bagfc^W BISQUICK—Perfect biscuits in 90 seconds from package to oven. SHOE STRING POTATOES, Jack Sprat, No, 808 can —,— PEANUT BUTTER, PR I* Mayflower, quart jar — (fcilv CATSUP, Mayflower Brand 14-oz, bottle DRUFT, the new suds discovery —— Pkg. P&GSOAP, the White Naphtha Soap — -4 bars Anderson's JACK SPRAT FOOD STORE 10c "Jtvtgo" "Fly-away Pleated Skirt" Season's most popular style, This 'ly-a-way pleatec skirt .. with st'tcneo fittea ->ip ing , ,, printed Lawn In Aqua. Navy, or Wine. Sizes 12 to 18. $1.98 HP ^1^ ^B ^Qjf ^i^lf ^V ^f ^= WEBER'S ESTATE Two well-improved pf good level land. One 80 acres. See AlvJn Weber, L^Yerae, or Henry Weber, CorwJth THURSDAY THRU SATUR. May 12-14 Saturday Mat. 1—3:30. Prices, 10-21c Bob Steele Western "PAROLED TO DIE" Second feature LEO CARRILO —in— "LITTLE MISS ROUGH ]N T ECK" Lone Ranger Serial SUNDAY THRU WEDNES. MAY 15-16 One of the year's best! Plus Screen Song "THANKS FOR THE MEMORY" Coining- June 1-4 "BIRTH OF A BABY" Daily continuous shows from 1 O'clock 10 Given .Jobs. The National Reemployment office placed 24 men and 25 women PAGE FIVE ^ ^Ma^MMMMMI^MaU^ in private employment during th« month of April. Twenty-nine nevr applications were filed, and 729 visits were made at the office. THIS LITTLE WENT T© TOWN! . . . and became the "success of the season!" His sturdiness . . . his pliable "disposition"... made him a favorite. Connie's open-toe pump in high or cuban heel, is one of our smartest Jacket Dresses-Boleros-Sheers Prints - Hopsacking • At Our Usual Low Prices • Dresses for the ladies and for the misses who want to be comfortably smart all surn- er. Dresses with a fit and styling you'd expect to pay much more for. Just hundreds of dresses to choose from—sizes 11 to 17, 12 to 20, 38 to 48, and the popular half sizes for the larger girl. Twenty Weeks of Hot Weather Ahead ^^^^W ^P ^ IMMr •Bl( •mil., iMk Ififflr Ready-to-wear Hosiery ^_^__^____ l / ^ 4l *t v^Ft^

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