Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1938 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1938
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yJJMJn TREAT YOUR KITCIf. en nnd bathroom walls with Devoe's Paint, >Vc hare It In white or Ivory. Cleans easily, Botsford Lumber Company JUT TOOL, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA 1). A. H, Election is Held— The D. A. R. held election of officers Tuesday at the home of Mrs H. L. Gilmore. Mrs. A. L Long was elected regent; Mrs G S Buchanan, vice-regent; Mrs. Helen Rudolph Peters, Burt; the Wnlte Peters, Webster City; Everett Fu ler John Meyer, Esther Wetze Vivian Morgan, and Gertrude Pet er, all of Algona. Mrs. Zumach Rudolph and Walter Peters, COWRIE'S HAVE HYGROCOLD /Controlled Temperature \ V and Moisture / STORAGE VAULTS At No Extra Cost! Another good reason to send your furs to treasurer; Mrs. Antone Johnson' recording secretary; Mrs. D. n. Paxson, registrar; and Mrs. \V. L' Whitney, historian. Anna Wilson, Humboldt U. A. H. regent, gave a report on the national convention M V U ™' ld , ei1 at the c '°'iti"eutal Hall, Washington, D. C., in April. Assisting hostesses were the Mesdames Raymond Norton, ('. \y. KRESENSKTS Plione 144 Ikt COWNIES BONDED MRSSPM/-.DI, BONDED MESSENGER \ Small Loans Up to $300 ON AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FUKNITUKE, ETC. "Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO •ext to Upper Des Molnes office. 1* Ion, .Mother's l>ny is Observed— Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel entertained at a (Mother's day dinner Sunday. Guests wore (Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, south of Algona, their daughter Evelyn; Wilfred Schneider. "Sonyy" Walker and Edward Capesius, all of Algona; Mrs. Mayme Wiukel, her daughter Frances, and Bill Dodds north of Algona; Irene Capesius, .and "Tick" Hurly, both of Mason | City. Mrs. Mayme Winkel and i Mrs. Capesius are mothers of Doctor and Mrs. Winkel respectively. A dedication sent in by Frances for her mother came over the radio at 4:15 from Mason City., M. & 1). Banquet is Given— A Mothers & Daughters banquet was held at the Trinity Lutheran church Monday evening. Mrs. G. D Brundage was toastmistress at a 0:30 cafeteria dinner, followed by a program: reading, welcome, Violet Hovey; toast to mothers, Maxine Brundage; toast to daughters, Mrs. August Huenhold; clarinet solo, La Vonne Wolcott, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Edward i Wolcott; vocal solo. Mrs. M. A Sjostrand; principal address, 'Mrs! Raymond Swanson, Swea City vocal solo, Virginia Bilsborough 1 •ind musical number by the women's sextette. Wa-Tun-Yiins Have Party- Eleven members of the Wa-Tan- 3 club met for an informal party Tuesday evening at Mrs. Lura banders' apartment, with Amy Johnson asisting: The evening vas spent socially and at sewing he Hotel dinner meeting will be held next week Thursday Instead of Tuesday because of conflict with the association convention at Cherokee. Adah Carlson and Imelda Dooley, delegates, will attend the The Nidana Sewing club me Tuesday night at Cook's luncl oom for chicken dinner, followed by an evening of sewing at Mar Brown's. There are eevei r club: Margaret _,^. JU Toothman, Mary Harris, Valeria Picke'tt, Mrs. Mel VM n ' , Le °" a Sle wart, and Mrs. Bernard Yeoman. j-» .ri. v/liriscliillos Giit a rat a one o'clock Mother's -were day dinner Sunday. Guests and Mrs. Thomas C. ' son Richard, Mrs. F. W. er daughter Helen,' Mrs lace Chrlschules ' and Lucia Wai Mrs. Vernon Spongberg wa hostess to the Thimble club Mon 13 Children Have First Communion Sunday, St. Joe ,St. dren Joe, May 10— Thirteen received their first chil- rs Holy Communion Sunday in St. Joseph's _ „„,„ eight boys and five girls, namely: Alvln Becker, Harold Erpelding, Eldon Altaian, Raymond Gales, Roman ..ales, James Bormann, Francis _Hg, and Mark McGuire. Rosemary Becker, Margaret Borinan, Irene Bcrte, Rosemary Berte, and Katli- erlne Kirsch. The children were ed to the altar by two little flow- r girls, Donna Sohmlt and Joan lertz, who represented guardian ngels. In the afternoon of the ame day the 13 first communi- ants were enrolled in the scapu- ar during the May devotions. Other St, Joe News. Do na i d Le Roy Lloyd, of Swea — the club. Guests of the club were Mrs. George St John her mother Mrs. Klalfr; Mrs. IF Rice, and Mrs. James Altwegg ( 'Mr- and Mrs. Fred Jacobs attended the 15th wedding annivers of Mr. and Airs. George Jentz, Sunday evening, and "500" --- x-.-jed at 12 tables. Mr Jac- Coke 8 S riet ° r ° f the A 'S°- *£• ^ef S a W ^S 110Ugh party Tuesday evening when llvu couples of the Dinner-Bridge club •---•- -H^Vwal 6 to Wend toe Mrs. Burton A. Thorpe' ty, is spending nail son recentl Walther Leaguers Attend a Rally at Fenton Sunday gona to St. Joe into one of M. T. McGuire's trailer 'houses. Mr. Schultz is ,the foreman of the J. C> ' Mn y er crew working on the new school building here. iRIchard (Scotty) Hoberer, of Gainesville, Tex., returned the latter part of last week after spending the winter in Texas. He plans to work In this vicinity during the summer. The William Hammers spout Sunday at the parental Herbert Hengo's, near Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGulro are parents of a daughter born last week. with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Rowell, while his mother is in the hospital at Algona. Mrs. 'Lloyd underwent a major operation at the General hospital a week ago Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz ner, West Bend, zone " Fairville, Burt lncluded in thls ' Zinnell, West r .-, , .. _^ T> -r ii*JL JJULIU . u. McCullough «ey. L. Richmann, Burt gavi housewarining" afternoon address and lunch uiug when five served, after whirl, *,,„„„ Bend The gaveThl Lakota Youth is Married May 4th Lakota, May 10—Eldon, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sachs, two miles east of town, and Tena Risius, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Risius, of Buffalo Center, were married at the home of the bride's parents last week Wednes- GOSPEL TAnElLYACJiE—A series of special Evangelistic meetings will begin Sunday at the tabernacle four blocks south of the Algona hotel. The Rev. J. Lee Gor man, a well-known Evangelist, will be the speaker. The district fellowship meeting will also be held Sunday with churches from north central Iowa represented. There will be three services: morning, afternoon, and evening. The revival meetings will continue every night at 7;.15 with the exception of Saturday night. TIHJHTY LUTIIKUAff, P. J Braner, pastor—German service, a. m.; Sunday school, 10; Englisl service, 10:30. S. S. T. meet; Thursday evening. Confirmatloi instruction Saturday forenoon at fl Our annual mission festival will be celebrated Sunday, May 29. I'TKST LUTHERAN-W. A. Sjos- traml, Pastor—Morning worship fl a. in.; Sunday school, 10 a. m. Confirmation class Saturday at 9 a. m. ed-briefly at Theo. Hoover's en- route home. A group of husbands of members of the Doan Woman's club met at Mr. Brink's Thursday, and wore entertained at cards. The Doan Woman's club entertained 16 members of the Titonka Woman's club at the Dale Struth- ers homo ^d Mrs. guests. Mrs Whittemorc, ed i , L ft Wo ' csi( 'ciit of i of the served, Played. 7 Frir Ue D "n the B. D. '' ub covered-dish supper of the club are , R. J. Keens, B. and Hari> y Wards. McC °rkle entertained and the noon iion. Harry McCorke. E ' , Dalley e «tertained C ' Ub Tu6sda>r were two _~ u v*i. 4 u JUilU after which bunco was lV; "r g ° r girls> Laura H °l- latz, Garner, and low to Esther "'"""'- Mallard; high for boys, tn nvrt n' Bend ' and l to Clyde Genrich, West Bend. The Talent Quest was held in at the high school The following pro- Get our prices before you sell your wool. We are paying top market prices. JOE GREENBERG Y>YT/"V*T-n -t i r* on re- PHONE 118 - ' 0—' -~~| ., « l, V _ 14 u. three-day session, beginning Sunday. They will give their ports at the next meeting. -Mother's Day I s Observed— The Good Hope Mothers and Daughters club met at the Good Hope church last week Thursday with 50 attending. The meeting epened with the club song; Mrs. Frank Thompson and Frances Winkel gave piano solos; Mrs. Jens Sorensen gave a talk on the origin of Mother's Day; Mrs. Oliver Moe, gave accordian selections; and Mrs. W. G. Bourne, gave an account of her trip South. The SUOS T3 Ull.w. pasO[0 S13A SUI1.9BUI dedicated to the mothers and sung to the tune of America. CHICKS travel. evening. P resent r " ' Sterling, and Arno the latter of Whittemore. Ihe Methodist W. H. M Hahn ' s . Queen Esther society S Saturday, from 2 to 5 lunch will be served. ' Cafeteria the evening gymnasium. ,.„, gram was given: tenor sofo, Wilbur Holtoz, Venttira; baritone solo Rudolph Berninghaus, West Bend-' girls trio Ruth Kalbelitz, Maxine Jentz, and Irene Bleckwenn; hu- Inini Ur ^ ; °y atori( =al eelectiolTku- dolph Berninghaus, West Bend- soprano solo, Martha Ruhnke, of Bur ; contralto solo, Elsie Boene, Ventura; and Luella Weiske, of Burt; Burt mixed quartette, and teuton mixed quartette. These people will take part in the state contest the latter^ part of May. Harry Klnss Under Knife. Fenton, May 10-JMr. and Mrs Fred Kluss received a telegram a week ago Monday of the serious illness of their son Harry, in Peo- oria, 111. An operation for a rup- two tables. Mrs H won first and Mrs B ' second. Olson Agard, , — ^i, wyciaLiuu ior a rup- :ured appendix was performed and t was found that peritonitis had set m. Later reports were not unfavorable. i-«-v*»i,M jiboi. YYUCU. VYeUIievS- day evening in the presence of the members of both families, with the Key. Mr. Everetts, pastor of the Reformed church, officiating. Attendants were Theda Meyer, cousin of the bride, of Buffalo Center, and Loren, (brother of the bridegroom, Lakota. The bride and her attendant both wore dark blue silk crepe gowns. Lun'ch was served following the ceremony. The young people will be at home on the Sachs farm. Mr. and Mrs. Sachs Br. will leave soon to visit relatives at Oelwein, their former home town. They have not yet decided where they will make their ifuture home. The Dorcas society of the Buffalo Center Reformed church honored the bride with a ipre-nuptial shower two weeks ago. Eight Confirmed at the Fairville Church Fenton, May 10—The Rev. H. D. Stahmer, St. Luke's Lutheran church in Fairville, confirmed a class of eight Sunday morning: Kobert Bruhn, John Russell Wegener, Victor and Ruth Schmeling, Lois Kerber, Dorothy Wright, Glen Uphelm, and Delond Votteler. He accompanied the class to Algona Friday, where group pictures were taken. Doan A number of friends from this locality attended the funeral of Mrs. Geo. Holtzbauer at Algona Thursday. She is a sister of Sup- . ervisor W. S. Cosgrove, and was a rural school teacher. She is remembered by many residents in Dist No. 4, Wesley,, having taugh in that district. ,(Mr. an d Mrs. Howard Sparks at tended a picnic dinner Sunday al the home of the latter's aunt, Mrs Fnedon, south of Britt, in celebration of three birthdays. Some 70 were expected to attend including rel PP Ipg ii£; realtives from Minneapolis. The William J. Martineks and ... — "*•" "• juuiiiineKs an Aline were business visitors < Mason City Friday. The 0. M. Schmitz family of Uear Lake, spent Sunday at Mrs. h,ers , er Wm " J ' Mart - J™ 6 StL Ha ~ sen famil . y ' of °tall THIS SECTION OF THE k Ud 7 B^ov. — 17 f.w.U. In Ih. color .nd (charm of natural gold $29.73 —17J«w«b. lusey; DRUGSAN JEWELRy WE HAVE IN STOCK MANILA) folders of the sort used by professional and business men for| filing letters, bills, and other papers.—Advance. Big husky started chicks at bargain prices. They must be seen to be appreciated. Free feeder Avith every 200 chicks. You can depend on good strong chicks. Assorted c o c k e r el chicks, one week old, $2.90 per hundred. HAMILTON Hatchery Bancroft, Iowa Queen Esther Group Meets— The Queen Esther group met af the Methodist church Monday evening for six o'clock pot-luck supper, followed by a regular meeting. Joan Stephenson had charge of the worship service Margaret Miller the Candlelight service, and Marilyn Fuller was the lesson leader. The f?od committee consisted of Katherine Schoby, Eleanor Thorpe, Ruth and Elizabeth Dearchs. Mite boxes were also turned in at the meeting. Mrs. Rae Asher is leader of the group. Entertains at Fort Dodge Mrs. Tony Kirsch, Fort Dodge, will entertain the Bridgette club at one o'clock luncheon today (Thursday) instead of on Tuesday as was planned. Seven Algona women will attend: the Mesdames led Larson, J. W. Little, W O Irelan, George Stewart, W. J 'FUJ! ler, Fred Bartholomew, and Charles Bergfield. Mrs. Kirsch wife of the former Kirsch laund-y proprietor, was a member of the club when she lived here. nirthdftj- is Honored— Mrs. Chris Wallukait entertained the Easy Aces Tuesday. Two ta- oies of bridge were in play with Mrs. Louis Lynk winning high- James Allen, second high; M w r in- Elmer Phim P-'- travel. Mrs. William Finn was a guest of he club Late in the afternoon, a tea towel shower was given Mrs. Allen in honor of her birthday. Shower Honors Bride-to-He— Mrs M. P. Weaver entertained w i * miscellaneous shower Wednesday in honor of Marga-et Malloy, who is to be married Saturday. Twelve women attended and bingo was played. The honoree was the recipient of home y of their "p^id^ent, Tuenl ^enS'UtS&^jasr day) with John Spongbfrg A bus-" mess meeting and social horn- was iii J' ?' Rising wil1 entertain two f? w °men at a luncheon this afternoon (Thursday) and the diversion will be sewing The Legion Auxiliary held its radio and sewing club Wednesday Hang's 0 " 1 ^ 2:3 ° at Mrs S class Bell Mrs. Robert Larson entertained three couples at duplicate bridge ounday evening. "tw'n^M 80 E1 ' bert en tartaiaed evening. ° f bl ' id3e Monda y CUT RATE GROCERY Fresh Tomatoes, ripe solid ____2 Ibs. 19c New Potatoes, good size 10 Ibs. 29c Old Potatoes, solid 100 Ibs. $1.29 Oranges, Sunkist Naval, l ge . size -Dozen 29c ^^^^^^••^••••^•il^^HH^^^B^^^H You Are Always Welcome —• at •— i Chrischilles Store reasonable prices. We are mS adoquate stock * «"<! the most Me, to render the highest type o! fen™? *' human 'y ^ossi- Navy Beans 3Lbs. Rice 3 Lbs. Tomatoes No. 2 cans Fancy Prunes lb. box Surprise Party is Gi7en— Mrs. E. L. Hagg and Mrs. MIMEOGRAPHING ^•— .— ^_ ADVANCE Algona, Iowa Albert To Give Newspaper Talk— ihe Woman's club will Prid ay at the library. R. B W u P r will speak on "The Newspape- In Community Life." " b i j ape. m Other Society. • Mrf j- J -W. Little was 'hostess at a 7 o clock dinner Sunday evenin- Guests were the Messrs and Me?: T a r e M ? n 'T Neilsen ' Matt Skow, i. C. Michaelson, Charles E Little Jr., all of Humboldt, and S H Klassie, Renwick. Bridge wa^ Played with Mrs. Neilsen winning high for women, Mrs. Michaelson second high; Mr. Neilsen, high for men; Mr. Klassie, second high- and Mr. Little Jr., low. ' Mrs. Charles Peter, Cresco township, entertained at a Mother's day dinner Sunday. Guests were the Arthur Zumachs, Lotts Creek; the Grow Your Chicles Into Profitable Layers A pullet must be well grown to produce the most eggs. Grow your chicks to be big strong and healthy on Ful' 0-Pep Chick Starter. It sup. plies the oatmeal and other good elements that growing chicks need to develop into pullets that lay and pay. FUL-n 1 CHICK VTt.^.^. is a balanced ration especially prepared for easy assimila- vT'i i • • • —-* • , tion by the chicks. Stop in for free literature. Order Ful-O.Pep Feeds for your chicks now. Algona Flour & Feed Co. Phone 257 10 Wh. Wheat or Rye S-lb. bag j 9f i Green Tea 13$ Light House Cleanser 3 Cans lOc Heinz Catsup Lrge. size K. C. Bak. Powder 10c size 8£ 15c size Soup Mixture 3 pkgs. Red Super Suds 3 boxes 254 Black Tea ^• lb ; 15* Ne w Summer Knit Dresses Are Here Dried Currants ILb. Cello Bag 19c Dried Peaches 2 Lbs. 25c e r sent we have ever offered. New Blouses i? I Sj > rf 6t and " heer Wouse » ar « ™" 1118 ' a».»ta to a».»tag to wear nn- „ $1.98 $2.98 Hail The June Bride Dresses $10 to $16.50 Raisins, 2 Ibs. 15c 4 Ibs. 25c Syrup, Golden Cane No. 5 can 25c Salmon, medium red 1 lb. can 19c Fruit Mix, Amita 1 lb. can 15c 2 CAKES I 20* CO N C EN T RAT ED JPKC.SU P THE BEST COSTS LESS — WE SELL IT! I HnaU fig Lb. ~ O iM-tpJ* Spare Ribs _____ 14c Sugar Cured , Bacon Squares __15c f* _ _ ._ Tl •» Corn Fed __._ _—_ Chuck Roast -__ Lb. No. 1 Wise. Lb. —-—- •— » • •»»%/« | |» Cream Cheese J9 C No. 1 Creamery xb, Butter 28c Finest Cut Round Roast __. $1 and $1 OR NEW ' ° —Priced at now . ow £ JUSt Plete summer showl« cottou g We now JUS ar ~ ° Ur com - cottou lace dres s res s fine from 12 to 44-3? f "7 a11 sizes sortment of s Plendid as- °f pastel shades _ $$ SALES of Garments

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