Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1938 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1938
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MAY 26,1938 OCR HIT STYLE IN Look at the lines 4 ..the tiny per- f orations on the WHITE BUCK ..the "mudguard" overlay of COPPER CALF...it's perfect! Also in Black and White. GUARANTEED as advertised in GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Kresensky's Shoes Ready-to-Wear Hosiery *For EASIER NOME LAUNDERING There's genuine satisfaction in seeing crisp, fresh, clean smelling clothes come from your iron. Clinton Gloss Starch ••— prepared especially for home laundering is pure Starch that makes ironing easy and leaves no unsightly spots on fabrics. CLINTON COMPANY aiNTOH,IOWA,U.I.A CLINTON COMPANY, Clinton, Iowa The 10-7 ear Warranty on tnc Rollator compression unit you buy today will still be in effect in 19481 Only Norge has the surplus-powered Rollator compressor that makes cold by revolving slowly in a permanent bath of protecting oil... That's why the Rollator compression unit—exclusive to Norge—carries a 10-Year Warranty. THE ROLLATOR* COMPRESSOR— A Rolltr Relit tnd TAere's /<«/ *BEO. II. S. PAT. OFF. NOW YOU CAN OWN A NORGE FOR AS LITTLE AS _ *&&* $10 DOWN NnrK ',""'"'* »« of iferee . ^oruake oveaware dishes, two i-quart water bottles aod *u •«« Pesser$ § e? , | f swf IP fee the Nprge before you buy! HCNARDSQN FURNITURE CO. TWO TEACHERS AT LAKOTA TO GET NEW JOBS Lakola, May 24 — Most of the teachers left for tholr respective [homes late last week: Clone Larson, to Minnesota; Luella Shaw, to EsthervillG, Lucy Householder, to Lone Rock; Mary Templeton, to whiting; Helen Awe, to Thompson; Clara Chipman (with her mother) for their home at Anamosa. Miss Chipman's mother spent the school year here, and she and her daughter did light housekeeping in rooms at the Weisc house. Supl. Grabau and Coach Anderson live here. All of the teachers except two are expected to return. Miss Householder will teach at Humboldt next year, and Miss Templeton will be music teacher ' at Cedav Falls. Post-Nuptial Show* Given—' The girls of the 1936 high school graduating class held a postnuptial shower at Mrs. Tom. Ta- meu's Friday evening In honor of one of their class, Mrs. Jacob Peterson (nee Irene Weringa), a bride of this month. Eight girls were in attendance, and the evening was spent at bridge, Fern Olthoff winning high,"andMrs. Peterson being low. The honoree received gifts and lunch was served. KOSSUTH COUNT? ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Adeline Erpelding Honored at St. Joe Shower Sunday St. Joe, May 25—A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon in the St. Joe hall in honor of Adeline Erpaldtng, who is to be married June I to Nicholas Wagner! Cards was the diversion of the afternoon. Mrs. Paul Thilges won the "500" pma, Susan Naber the bridge prize, find Mrs. Matt Becker the door prize. The hostess served lunch to 200. School Closed for Summer— St. Joseph's parochial school closed Thursday for the summer vacation. A number o£ pupils spent Friday helping the Sisters Furnltwr* Sell* Iliblo School Opens Monday— A union daily vacation bible school opened Monday at the Presbyterian church. Teachers are the Rev. Carl Hammer, Elinor Moe, and Leila Hansen, of the Methodist church; Mrs. Andrew Jensen, Margaret Schroeder, the Rev. and Mrs. Frerking, Norma Heetland, Calvin Ukena, and Paul Ukena, of the Presbyterian church, H. S. Pupils to Intcrlukcn— The high school students spent Friday at Interlaken. An extra thrill was given one carload o£ the youngsters, when the car lights went out and the car ran into the ditch, but no damage was done to either car or occupants. C. E. Rally is Planned- Other Lakotn News. Mrs. Will Logan, Superior, was taken to a hospital at Esthervllle for a major operation Friday and is reported recovering. She is a daughter of Mrs. Sarah Patterson and a sister of Henry, both of Lakota. She was for many years a resident of this vicinity. Geraldine Shaver, Sioux: City, came Sunday for this week at the Henry Patterson's and will participate in the festivities attending commencement at Buffalo Center, where Sayde, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson, is a 1938 high school graduate. Mrs.William Aalderks and Mis. Jerry Heetland accompanied Mrs. 0. H. Frerking to Algona last week Thursday, and Mrs. Aalderks remained there to care for her grandchild, while her daughter, Mrs. Alvin Huenhold, visited at Dubuque. Mrs. I. E. Wortman was called to Webster City early last Thursday morning by word of the serious sicknes of her sister, Mrs. Ruth Ewing. She returned Sunday, bringing with her two of the Ewiag children. Dr. H. A. Sinning, Rolfe, and his daughter Pearl, were visitors at the Rev. Mr. Frerklng's Sunday afternoon and helped complete plans for a Christian Edneavor rally here on June 3. The Fred Mabus family and the August Klockes, Lila Kaphgnast, and Walter Christ were Sunday visitors at Leonard Christ's. Mesdames- Hilmer Hansen, L. J. Needham, and Maude Hamilton were Bstherville shoppers one day last week. Last week was "flunk" week at Dubuque university, and Harold Geerdes spent the week visiting his parents. On account of the rainy weather, the grade pupils held their pienle In, the school gymnasium Friday. Mrs. Frank Keister, Elmore, is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Mussman, Mrs. Marie Ebert has been, sick with flu at August Bauman's, but is reported improving. Norman Frerking preached at the local Presbyterian church Sunday evening. GORWITH CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL HOMECOMING Corwith, May 25—The Corwith Woman's club held its annual homecoming ami guest day week Tuesday afternoon at last the Methodist church parlors with 50 attending. The rooms were decorated with basket of lilacs, and the tea table was centered with a bouquet of tulips.Mrs. J. North Mllle and Mrs. J. M. Gehrt poured tea. The program was opened by singing "America, The Beautiful" in unison. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Ed. Oxley. Mrs. S. L.Thomp- son welcome former members and guests, and the response was given by Mrs. R. E. Bonnstetter. A duet, "Pale Moon" was sung by Mrs. William Wood and Mrs. Miller, accompanied by Mrs. J. Francis Kee. Mrs. C. C. Johnson gave three poems. Two songs were sung by Mrs. Miller, with Mrs. Kee at the piano. A paper on "Early Iowa" prepared by Mrs. R. E. Furgeson, was read by Mrs. Gehrt. Greetings were read from the following former members who were unable to be present: Alice Nauman, of Mt. Vernon; Mrs. M. C. Stark, of Union, Wash.; Mrs. Ray McKim, of Grand Island, Neb.; Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, of Bode; Mrs. J. J. Clapsaddle, of Clarion; Mrs. Burdette Beers, ofEsthervil- le;Mrs. Ross Gourly, of Garner; Mrs. Earl Francis, of Webster City; Mrs. J. 0. Mulllns, ofr Wesley; Mrs. Harvey Hackbarth, of Algona; and Mrs. E. C. Chambers, of Granada, Minn. Among out-of-town guest were Mrs. C. H. Tompkins, of Garner, county federated chairman, Christyne Collison and Betty Riley, of Garner, Mrs. Glenn Page, of Plover, Mrs. Earl Ellsworth, of Hum- boldt.Mrs. J. R. Garnant, .of Britt, and Mrs. A: F. Wagner, of Wesley. Mrs. E. G. Gaskill and Mrs. Claude Stull headed committees in charge of the arrangements. Bible School Is Closed— The Methodist daily vacation Bible school closed Friday after successful session, and a large attendance. The faculty for this year consisted of Hazel Heisch- berger, Elaine Chambers, Jeanette Wood;Maxine' Perkins 1 , Mrs> Jent- nie Sawyer, Mrs. Nora Peterson Mrs. Evelyn Stephens, the Rev Paul Williams, the Rev. Karl W G. Hiller, Betty Scace, Lillian Johnson, Harriet Oxley, and Mar ion Stephens. A picnic was held in the Corwith park Friday, with the pupils, faculty, parents anc friends attending. Ball Team's Record Good— The Corwith high school baseball team had a successful season having won six of nine games Games were won from Vernon Renwick, Lu Verne, Goodell, am Klemme, and Kanawha. Those lost were to Vernon, Wesley, and Burt. Oxley led with highest Individual batting average, 500 Johnson was second with 333 Puffer 272, Woodbury 258, Allen 240, Green 240, Wolf 238, Chambers 182, Severns 182, Halligan 142, Peterson .091, and Murr .0. Margaret Bunting Honored— 'Mrs. J. A. Zwiefel recently entertained a group of eight girls in honor of Margaret Bunting, who left Saturday for her home at La- clean the school. One of Twins JHcs— Word has come from Castleton, N. D., that one of the twin boys born 'May 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dimmer failed to survive. Other St. ,Toe*News. Mrs. Theresa Hammer, Irvington, spent from Wednesday to Friday night at William Hammer's. The Fred Selberg family, Swea City, spent Sunday at Pater Schmit's and T. L. Rowell's. The Rev. Charles Kneip, Whltte- more, spent Sunday with friends in this vicinity. moni. The girls were all in the same Sunday school class. Margaret has been staying at the Severns home since her parents moved to Lamoni this spring, and finishing her senior school. year in high ShowerHonors Pastor, >Vlfe— Following last week's prayer service at the Baptist church Wed- day evening the congregation and friends remained at the church for a surprise food shower in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. Williams, in honor of the Williams' first wedding anniversary. A delicious lunch was served. to Mary Lee Cole, 5th grade, and James Woodbury in the 6th grade. The Junior Auxiliary girls, in group 2, and leader, Mrs. Armand Tabb.met Saturday afternoon with Lois Jean Furguson. The girls finished dressing dolls which will be sent to a children's hospital. Plans were made for a candy sale. Girls' basketball awards were received by Betty Scace, Jeanette Wood, Lola Hunsiey, Catherine Hou.stoivBon.nie Barr/acks, Doris Beers, Dorthy Ann Welter, Lillian Johnson, and Doris Massion. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Widen entertained a group of friends and relatives Sunday: George Stokos- bury family, of Klemme, the Dan Halligan family, Mrs. Alice Erickson, and Marie Halii^ar. Mr: and Mrs. W. H. Boyland and sons, of Sibley, and Mr. au d Mrs. Howard Cook and son of Prim- ghar.visited over the weak-end with the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace. Wilma Merriam and Eleanor Johnson, student nurses at the Mason City Mercy hospital, are spending a two weeks vacation with their parents. Dennis Carroll, young Corwith farmer, has been seriously ill two weeks with pneumonia. Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Alice Holtzbauer, deceased, dated November 17, 1934, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 7th day of June, '938, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Al- ?ona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby Mrs. E. I;. Stilson Low— Mrs. E. L. Stilson, who has been ill six weeks following a stroke which affected her left side, is now seriously ill and requires constant care and attention. Mrs. Stilson is nearing her 78th birthday, and her age makes her illness more difficult to overcome. School Awards Presented— Award day at the Corwith high school was held the last day of school. Scholarship awards presented by the Woman's club were received by Margaret Bunting and Glenn Sloan. YOUR PRECIOUS • Bonnet Set of fin* pfcjuc organdy with* wealth of K»0of,uid hand embroidery. Pink, Blue, Maize. XQ *\J7 d!<| A A <9 I »VV •Multi-color appU- qoc* adorn (hit tut- Deader Sunniit and matchingHitlfrirhicf. «. « « » Lovely putel ihadcf. 51X68 1, 2, 3 See the enchanting new groups of Nannette sheers and sport togs that will see your precious smartly through the sunniest Summer day. Your choice of cool new fabrics and colors ... Hurry in while the selection J3 unlimited. L TOPDURS & Kresensky's Other Corwith. .Scholastic awards, based on results of state academic tests went to Wendall Woodbury and Evelyn Weber; citizenship award to Paul Puffer; declamatory honors to John Stull, Maxine Perkins and Harriet Oxley. Winners of the Fidac essay contest sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary were, first prize of $2 to Dorothy Moldenhauer, second prize of $1.50 to Gertrude Dunlap, and third prize of $1 to Wendall Woodbury. Mrs. Emma Worlcy, of Uiver- sity Park, and Walter Reed, of Chicago.spent a week ago Monday and Tuesday at William Johnson's. Mrs. Worley is Mrs. Johnson's mother, and Mr. Reed her brother. The latter's. daughter, Dorothea ' Reed, makes her home with the j Johnsons while her '.'ather attends school in Chicago. Winners in the Poppy .poster contest, also sponsored by the Auxiliary, were first prize of ?1 to Wanda Hash, second of 75c, to | Lorice Schiffleman. Judges of the contest were three members of the school faculty, Lillian Meyers,. Lorena Robinson and Greta Chamberlain. The silver medals given by the Auxiliary for the pupils in the fifth and sixth grades having the highest grade for the year in NOTICE OF PKOBATE OF WILL No. 4389. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, March term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby, notified, that an for Letter Gt, ', beauty J Hosiery that wears and wears - yet looks sheer and alluring. The secret'is the twist 79c & $ 1.00 American History, were presented notified and required to appear^ and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 11, 1938. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. E. C. McMAHON, Attorney. 34-36 Poise that is smart! $5.00 in the BIEN JOLIE manner! Bien Jolie has designed this corsctte to charm away your surplus Inches—a corsette that has concealed boning back and front, and an artfully faggoted brassiere top of lace—that will surely make you appear pounds slimmer than you really are. Other Bien Jolie Foundations from $1.98 to $5.00 COODYEAM COVERS Protect UpKolstery a»d sftea against dirt and dust. [Easy to install, ftt fell care. I Colors to WendwitH ear la* teriors. SPEEDWAYS now so low in price! Hot summer pavements are hard on weak, smooth tires. 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