Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1938 · Page 3
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JttMtt 9. IMS... i, MILLER IESJUNE2, MINNEAPOLIS . ., 'lime 8—Funeral ser- lgt ° virf Alice -Miller, who for Mf following a lehgtWy th heart trouble and were held Rood pressure, "first at 10 a. m.. • then at Minn nd a Mln- Garden Christian church Mrs! WtHer had been a Fort Dodge, I 'friend of the Miller fam- riueted the services, and i made at Gal-den City. ra were nephews of the Oeorge Miller, Norman K 1 Sa, Clifford Craw- 1 Attemore; Roy Crawford ri v 1 Melvin Roupe, West ; o L Miller. Irvington. U who attended from Kos, ere Mrs. Melvin Roupe, S; Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Mr and Mrs. James Craw' Frank Roupe, all of . the Frank Millers, George Miller, Lloyd ,„„„ Fred Bartholomeu, and ' Crawford, with Mr. and Iwiliiam Finn, all of Algona; iHoy Crawford, Mason City; JO, L. Miller, daughter Betty, „ was Alice, daughter L and Mrs. Silas Roupe, and \'as born at Tama, March 6, _ At deatli she was 71. She Carried in 1885 to Willis E. |r Whittemore, and shortly af- larriage they began farming .Garden City. They contin- I to live there until Mr. Miller's 1 in 19W. i after her husband died Mrs. and her' daughters Gladys fjune moved to Algtma, where lived many years. One other p hter, Jesie Miller-Markum, j at Manhattan, Kans. A son, |b, died in boyhood. (her near relatives of the de- jed are six grandchildren, all Bren of Mr. and Mrs. Markuin, [six' brothers and sisters: jik Roupe, Mrs. James Craw, and Ollie Roupe, all of Whit- lore; Mrs. Minnie West and , Minerva P. Tresdahl, both of |ttle; and Orville Roupe, Ida- [adys and June Miller both at Minneapolis. Gladys has |gh position in a J. C. Penney ie there, and June Is employed the publicity department of the wsity of Minnesota. When the lived at Algona with their Iher, Gladys was employed at IFiene shoe store, later at the toby & Krause dry goods store. KOSSTJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA learned. Mrs. Schlebel had suffered from anemia many v OTHER IRYINGTOK The Tom McCradya, Llvermore, •were Sunday guests at L E Col- W , el i' Sl Fr , anklln Wagner spa-it the night with the Grant Samples, Algona. Evening dinner guests at John Simon's Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harberts and Mr. ami Mrs. Irving Seeman, Algoim, and Mr. and .Mrs. Wallace McArlhur. Irvlngton. The 13. H. Thomas family, accompanied by Shirley Honey, made a sightseeing tour In southern Minnesota and northern Iowa Sunday. Some of the places visited were Blue Earth, Lake Mills, Rice Lake, and Clear Lake. 'Mr. and Mrs. Everett Van Steinberg, the Floyd Van Steinbergs, arrived Saturday for two weeks with the Charles Egels and the Paul Hudsona. Mrs. Carl Seips and Mrs. A. McLean spent Friday at Mason City, and Jeannie Lofing came here with them to visit the A. McLeans. Dewey, year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilllng, has been confined to his bed with the mumps. St. Benedict 'Mr. and Mrs. William Elch and daughter Marlyn, of Pocahontas, •were Sunday visitors at 0. J. Down's, and Marcia Ann Downs accompanied them to their home to spend a week. Jake Simons, of Omaha, is here visiting his mother and other relatives for a week. The Parson family of Irvington, spent Sunday at Harvey Johnson's Mrs. Parson and Mrs. Johnson are sisters. Visitors 'at Ben Dorr's evening were William Monday Dunlap, lin Family HUH Iteunion- tttending a Mullin reunion at Ambrose A. Call state park Iduy were the Ben and Armour Bllns and the Await Johnkes, all Klemme; the U. Mullins, Wes- Orie Mullin, Bancroft; Elcle jllin, Whitefish, Mont.;' Mr. and E. R. Starks, Milton, Wis.; |C. \V. Carvers, and Doris Ford, rion; the,. Gordon ..Carpenters I the Peter McAllisters, Em- [tsburg; Morle Penton, of Lune; and the Ivan Mullins and i R. Hanseus, Irvington. It was Jided to make the event an an- 1 affair on the third Sunday in . Next year the reunion . will |at Eldora. iended St. Joe Wedding— fir. and Mrs. George Wagner to St. Joe last week Wed- ajr to attend the wedding of iholaa Wagner to Adeline Br- png. The couple will live at es Weydert's in the St. Joe ftborhood, The bridegroom, a per of George, has been, farm- i with another brother, Orville, I their mother's .place near St. Pa City Specialist Consulted— P' . and Mrs. Homer Llndhorst, pn the son Ralph, recently drove I Iowa City, where Mrs. O,ind- fst consulted a bone specialist "iut one hip which has been giv- ner severe trouble since it was «n more than two years ago. specialist did not give any en- pragement. Club Honors Birthdays— i ftiendly club met last week "etoy with Mrs. Edna Sohoby, nrti, u Klo °ster assisting. r Mr™/, shower s were given l^;™ 1 am Metzen and Mrs. win in honor of their The next meeting will 1 annual picnic on July 6. ff Has Fall j n Barn— ™«We, young sou of Mr. and e hr'™ an Beck . er - suffered sev- his face Sunday . hay lof r rhHrf to the loft to join children who were visiting _. ••IMO Jn-CGWIIff*~~ tivu Vin ston-Cresco 4-H club f Way with Helen and RuUi »atL 2 n dI ? I ^ be I 1shfia | ldf Miss Pe- U 'UB. The latter helped with practice for Rally Mathe ^n g . numbers were « lv '"e music memory contets: "f p Scuffh m nt s 'ove tn n p Mrs- Ge °rgrscuffhaiaa i. J,,! 0 B 9 0 ne Saturday to Leona and Leo, Mr. and Mrs. John Prenshel, Leroy and Donald, Mrs. William Klein, Mrs. Roy Borhaltz and Marylen, and Bud Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Lauruce Ludwlg and Joan, of Garner, are visiting several days at Dau Frochlich's. •Andrew Kolb, of Beaver Dam, Wis., an uncle of Mrs . Anna Huschka, has 'been visiting here for two weeks. Marvin and Bob Eichen, and Floyd and Frank Erlckson spent Saturday at Lost Island fishing. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lallier and children were Sunday guests at O. Miller's at Irvington. 'Gracia Lee, employed at 0. P. Down's home, spent her first birthday away from home Saturday. She received many gifts. Mrs. Mary McKenna, Mrs. William Dunlap, Marie Ritsentaller, and Mrs. Bertha Henigar and daughter drove to Stacyville to visit for the day. Mrs. Henigar will spend a week visiting her sister Irene. The Will Dunlap family spent Sunday afternoon at Frank Eisenbarth's, north of Algona. 'Fred and Floyd Erickson are painting the dwelling at the Mourice Dailey's. Mrs. Ben Dorr visited Mrs. August Harig at Algona Saturday afternoon and evening. MINNIE ANGLE, EX-WESLEY, AND ALGONJANWED Whittemore, June 8—Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Puschen, son Joseph, and Mrs. Margaret Elbert attended the wedding of Edward (Ted) Fuschen, Whittemore, to Minnie Angle, Wesley, Monday morning at 7:30. The bride has tor five-years been employed at Fort Dodge, and the ceremony was performed there, by Father Davern, pastor of the Corpus Christ! church. Attendants were Mrs. William McCauley, Mason City, sister of the bridegroom, and Earl Angle, Wesley, brother of the bride. A wedding breakfast was served to 20 relatives at the Wahkonsa hotel. In the afternoon the couple left for Minneapolis and other points in Minnesota. For the ceremony the bride wore an aqua blue, lloor- longth dress, with accessories to match, and Mrs. McCauley wore a dusty pink, floor-length gown with the same accessories. Both carried large bouquets of Johanna Hill roses. After the honeymoon the couple will live at Algona, where Mr. Fuschen is in county employ. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fuschen here. C. R. Keepers is T)eml— C. R. Keepers, 63, died at an Eminetsburg hospital Monday. He was born at Essex, 111., March 10, 1873, and his parents were Mr. and Mrs. William Keepers. In 1902 he was married to Nellie Matson, and they lived at Ringsted a year, then on a farm northwest of Whittemore. Six'children were born. The son John, Eugene, Ore., was killed in an auto accident two years ago. Five survive: William, Edna, Esther, George, of Eugene, and Alvin, here. Funeral services will be held this week Wednesday at the Foy funeral home, Emmetsburg, and burial will be made in the east-of-town cemetery here beside the graves of his parents and a sister. His wife came from Oregon for the funeral. Birthday is Celebrated Here- Mrs. Charles Bell, daughter Adela, Norma Bell, Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Mrs. George Schultz Mrs. Jos. Esser, and Mrs. Mathilda Wagner, all of Whittemore, Mrs Anna Wilson, Mrs. Raymond Wilson, Mrs. Levi Frieden, Mrs. John Frieden, and Mrs. Clarence Kuecker, all of West Bend, and Geraldine Kuecker, Jefferson, helped Mrs William Kuecker celebrate E birthday last week Thursday. Party of Fishermen Home— Dr. J. N. McCreery, Doctor Alli- and, the Rev. William Veit, and Druggist Cavanaugh returned •Sunday from a week of fishing In Minnesota and 'Canada. Mrs. Mc- 'Creery came home the, same day, after the week with relatives and friends at Dubuque and Fonda. Armstrong, De Sola, were other guests of the Vaudts Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Farrel, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kollasch, daughter Francis, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas, West Bend, spent Sunday at Louis Page's, Mason City, and Mary C. Farrel, who had spent a week at Mason City came home with the party. Mrs. J. ,M. Fleming, Mary Cor- rlne, Ruth Adeline, Bob, and Eleanor drove to Mason City last week Thursday to visit the James Flemings, and the elder Mrs. Fleming stayed till Sunday, when James and his wife brought her home. •Mrs. James MoCreery, of Fonda, daughters Francis and Gene, and Jack McCreery, also Fonda, with a Mrs. Drocda, Omaha, and her daughter Barbara were Sunday guests at H. S. Dalley's. The Frank Behnkes, of Webster City, are spending the summer vacation with the F. J. Balgemans and other relatives here. Frank is a Lutheran parochial school teacher. Virginia Goetsch, Humboldt, recently graduated from nurses' training at'Sioux City, spent a few days last week at the Druggist and Mrs. C. L. 'Cavanaugh's. Howard Lawyer, Chicago, visited Mary Corrine Fleming 'briefly Saturday. He was en route to Seattle to visit his parents. 'George Peril, Harold Wehr- spann, and Bob Voettler left Friday for ten days of fishing in Minnesota. •Mrs. Mae Butler, Arnolds Park, and her daughter Beverly spent the week-end at P. J. Fuschen's. James Kelso, Robert Ohland, and Lorraine Pliers, Davenport, spent the week-end at James Kelso's. Mrs. Maude Fish left Monday for Valley City, N. D., to visit her daughter Harriet. Grant The Floyd Halls, Fairmont, were visitors at John Patterson's and Ray Mino's last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Grant children attended a Bible school last week at the local church. The school was directed by Mrs. Harold Fisher, Mrs. Leonard Mlno, Lillian Brones, and Ardis Anderson. A short program was given by the children Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson, Mrs. Roy Mino, and Mrs. John Patterson were at Bancroft Friday. A crowd charlvaried Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Anderson at Eli Anderson's, and was treated to cigars and ice cream. • Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Skaggs and Marian Mlno were visitoia at Noble Overfield's Sunday afternoon. Bernard Payne has come home from Minneapolis for a two weeks vacation. William Payne and Sid- riey motored to Marshalltown to get Muriel Payne, who has a two weeks vacation. Miss Payne is taking nurses' training. The Roy Minos were Sunday guests at Blue Earth of Mrs. R. J. Mlno and the Fred Montgomerys. ARE Urge, juicy, fall-ripened byth« iua«how good they would U*te next winter! And now U the very time to make jams and jellies while ttrawberries are at their be«t and cheapen. You can do it easily—anyone can. «ven if they btve never cooked before -by using PEN-JEl, Americm't moit economical jelly-maker. One Easy Recipe for any Jam, Jetty The same for all fruit* « * . thf simple cup-fpr. cup method . ith PEN.JEI, thc come* Wed- bacjc and operation. The leg a and mute • the Jelly jtm the right con- changing the o»to» color P*fl»vor. a ?t Eton™ A it Jr / v «ce a 'ng tn< ^'>SV& » s « w " Sexton It Starts Now the YEAR'S BIG EVENT Foster's June Bride SHlIIlffi^ Pharmacy Student Has Job— Edwin Mallory, Des Moines, who has finished his second year .in pharmacy, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice IMallory. Edwin 'will be employed in a Des Moines drug store all summer. Esther Bchnke is Graduated— Mr. and Mrs. R. H, Behnke have returned from Chicago, where they spent a week with relatives. They which Ihe graduated attended exercises In daughter Esther was from a 3-year course in nurses' training. Dischor to Preach at Alden— The Rev. W. H. Discher will give a mission festival ; sermon at Alden Sunday, and 'Student Arnold Abel, Fort Dodge,, will have charge of services here. Other Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. William Fundinger and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fundlng- er, Van Meter, spent the week-end with the William and Herman Vaudts, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Armstrong, Dexter,, with' John Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise spent Sunday at'Mapleton, Minn., with the Loyd Stevens, and brought home Mrs. Sarah Wise and the daughter Mrs. Drusle Noble, who had spentthe week with the daughter Mrs. Steven. There has been so much rain in that section that farmers hadn't much corn planted. (Mr. Steven had just a few rows planted, there had been another rain which would keep him out of the fields till this mid-week. Mrs. Steven took Mrs. Wise and Mrs. Noble to visit the Alfred Op- heims, near Staples. Mrs. Opheim is the former Nell Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shepherd are moving from near Livermore to a farm south of Sexton where Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd will work for B. -E. Sanders. Lorraine Green returned Monday after a week with her grandmother, Mrs. Grace Green, of near Lu Verne. The W. C. Taylors spent, Sunday at Ferris Johnson's, near Gilmore City. Everett Steven returned Sunday from Mapleton, Minn., where hu had spent a week at his brother Loyd's. The Rev. Mr. Bottom Irs conducting a Bible school at the Sexton schoolhouse. It runs from 9 a. in. till 12 this week only. Seneca Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, her sons, Mrs. Cecil Bailey and her daughter L'avonne spent last week-end with Mrs. Merrill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Denton, and other relatives near Raymond, Minn. They attended the graduation exercises of Mrs. Merrill's niece. The Irvin Olassons were recent dinner guests at Ray Goerlng's, near Jackson, Minn., and Harriet Olsen, who had spent two weeks with the Goerlngs, came home with the Classons. •Leone .Tohanson, near Swea City, spent part of last week at the Kracht home. Mr. and Mrs, A. T. Paulsen were dinner guests at Forrest Christiansen's, near Armstrong, Sunday. 'Harley Hoeck Jr. is spending the week at Vern Hambaker's at Dickens. AIR-CONDITIONED Bus COOL, CLEAN, FRESH AIR otttht Way Spring ridei with you when you travel by lamnl* Law «ir-oondition«d bull No matter hpvy hot the -* mi *f* * ¥W •weather ill outside, you'll find the interior ol the bug cool, reitful, and refreshing. All air entering the coach if iiltered, deodorized, dehumidified and cooled to ju»t the right iejnperatijre-rtheri geptly circulated Krithouj draijtj. You'vt no 14911 bow comfortable high, way travel can be until you ride in one of these air-conditioned bu*ef, Deeply cushioned, reclining chairs invite you to relax ai you ride. Fareiare amazingly low. Schedule* art fa«que»t, depots conveniently located in the heart of the dpwntovyn district. Expense-Paid Tour§ provide * new, more Ini tereiUng type of yacationj free from bother* ., «„*«! ,ome detailf. Set #yv$ for full inforraatiori. AlgOWft Hotel ;'.... , •:. : ;:,,; ":J/" . • Ffeoae t«? inTER'jTHTE THBHSIT LldES Los Ang«les ....$80.45 Portland... $88,95 San Francisco $3049 Denver ...„. ...$12.75 Bowlder Dam |29.80 Sftlt Lake City 9Q3& Chicago .....*7,« New York City 18.50 FURNITURE SALE Unloading the greatest Furniture and Rug Values in Years of at as /.A, O] Dependable quality — the produce America's leading manufacturers real savings. Every item one of service and satisfaction. Complete 3 ROOMS 3 of New Quality Furniture for Only $197 Special Gift ••^ Special Gift tor each Bride who makes a purchase during this sale We will give coupons on Algona's March of Progress Queen Contest dur-> ing this sale. Every cash purchase or payment on account entitles you to coupons* Vote for your favorite to win this 18-day all-expense tour, i FOSTER ALGONA s innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnr ^s?««?BS?»^4*^*->^4S^#rs>"r > ?'^r w <? •*"?: i. FURNITURE IOWA

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