Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1938
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PAGE TWO * h ^ KQgSTrrn COUNTY ATW bherman Club Has Big Family Picnic BET-TOGETHER =» SUNDAY AT THE LU VERNE PARK n , el i" e ' June u - Tlle Good u lubl ° f , She ™an township, held its annual picnic at the Lu- P M , Sumlay ' wlth illmost attendance. Members, with 100 In one or two ^ L , 0 sent. The picnic "^ Musical Program Closes Plum Creek Club Season Rich Point, June 14—The Plum meeting of the year last week -reek club held its last regular Wednesday with Mrs. John Weber, Mrs. John Scluilz assisting The program consisted entircfy of musical numbers, and participating were Mrs. Fred Geigel and tel", 6 '! omn8 - 1'^.no duet; -o ^e^ ««'£" Keen ™ , included hu accom- «.«v,^uni . , - ncue hu u A "' s ' Do »»<1 Hutchlns, bands and ch ,, dl . en . Th|g w Bo y Morr.it. bnssoon solo; and of the best meetings of r!ie vp-ir Ih)11 's &«wyer, clarinet solo- both class, having finished a two-year agricultural course. Kleh Pointers' Niece Weils- Mrs. Hattie Burlingame and Ada Merriam went to Corwith last week Thursday to attend the mar- rnge of their niece, Doris Merto Richard Long, of Mont cello. Viuith ti> Jllllfnr}- Cnnip— M ideal. Great quantitc.s of le long table, at served thoinsel- cold moats, incur ---, not potatoes, potato salads r«k S ' re , llshM " f varl ° UB k'n«l«.' cakes of great variety, and •'•-,]. Ions and gallons of 'ics cream W.ien the dishes hud been packed away, the women took time to stroll i ," "' l " " u around the beautiful park and C n-l aflenioon wa « joy the flowers blooming in profusion, or they just sat and visited gillie the men and boys plaved ball. Officers of the club this vear are: president. Mrs. Alvin Weber vice, Airs. H. D. R| 8lnu , secretary,' fuih. I'rod Louts, treasurer, Mrs. Heleno Stripling. A ( |uilt made bv the women wa.s in a basket design and wa.s won by Mrs. II. T Bluri- er. The next meeting will'be "in town Ilt M ,, s . Emi , G week Thursday. " ' Thirty 1I('Mil)(.r s in Band— Band concerts under directioi of Walter Peterson overy Satur day evening are proving "popular iherc are now 30 members in tho »a "d as followsiCUmnets— Trwin Meyer, Arlo Dehnert. J;ic hard Brink, Dolores Voss, me",™ Srmth. Billy Hof, flute- Kat irv, Dimler. alto horns-Merlin Ba' o Robert Emission, saxopho^s- JJonald Meyer (soprano), Vivi Ris tau (alto), Shirley Dimler (tenor) cornet.s-.Phil Lichtv Jr p °'' ^"P'nnn. Eleanor Mae Wolto. wart Sanders, Burdene ^Maj-ty, Harold W Larson, «•••., v .. ill |, Mrs. - HulehlnsV! ^ ^S^y £ r ^'§„»» solo: ^M^-^ir^!!^ 1 - 611618 camp for s | x weeks. ston a Xr t , Mndde "™ "«*'• shoit visit there, goes to Boulder Lola, for the summer. Mrs. Mnry Bruhn is senaim'i sick at her home south of Venton Mrs. Fred McWhertor, nee Amanda Hengel, Whittemore, hart a» operation for removal of a tu mor Saturday at Rochester Mr and Mrs. R. G . Hengel and p- ed McWherter accompanied her. Mr , Jacob Hengel, Fenton i s her moth- OTTOSEN , Sll '»wer Js Given- Stolls «.v and Mrs. George entoruilnod «t the Other Kicli Point. Georga Ann Geigel. BiiPim vista year's who is to be niarried soon The Gege _ at b,°ngo. K B Burlingame, of Algona ni.rk is ^ ter fI ni,r, d ^ Ollver Kinselh e "- tei inlned at the most, recent meet-. of the rural mail carriers. The ™" lg Wns spent at 5 °0. Ann Jacobs. West Bend, and , . ±l! lvedma ">-^a'-s Jun.' FENTON and Mrs. E. J. Prank Mr " ' nt'th^i? 0 ' 118 ">™«Sh the en- the Holts Sunday. The E "j were at Ole Olson's, Clarion. »ir. and Mrs. Ronnlne- Wn,,,i ricks, Minn., are *°?£ *' ^ daughter, Mrs. Tom Olson lommy Olson and Eugene Stru hers spent last week £fa boy scout camp at Fort Dodge Mrs. Anna Clave, Eagle Point, and her son Sandy are now three weeks at Philadelphia, Washington, D. C., and New York, City. Mr. Purely was delegate to a Pres n VfOl'l O Vt nrjiM n »*« 1 _*.« — «. Ul .. byterian general Philadelphia. assembly at iiiitiueiyiiitt. A miscellaneous shower honored Frances Watnem Saturday at the Lutheran church, and a short program was given: vocal solo, Lola Watnem, reading, Mrs. Ralph Richard. Attending from out of town: Mrs. Mantz, Mrs, Ray Han- Mrs. Bernard Jacobs, Mrs. gen Omer Edwards, daughter Delores, Vivian Watnem, all of West Bend, Mrs. Mads Gunderaon, Mrs. J. B. Jacobson, Mrs. Ole Swenaon, Mrs. Osmund Watnem, daughter Charlotte, Mrs. Sidney Holland, daugh* ter, Elaine; Mrs. 't. Torgeraon, and her daughters, Mrs. Mils'—- **— Mrs. boldt: Mrs Whlttomore, other fliteceln given for Mrs. s the Schnleder homo; THE HUB CLOTHIERS Offer You Thoughtful, Practical, But As Always • Economical n , ,;-•; '' les Weisbrod went to Oes Monies Monday to -ittond •. grain dealers' convention" Mrs. George Boettcher and her st.'SSJ a KB,'.",;:™ l^j»'fc«£ T. Iliompson. <Jr'im<j-.; AVermerson, Jackie (- onwil> , Tell of Tour In(,, Canada - (:olen "in to -.- -".^.iiciM, x 1 UI1L, IV] n,±^ h .t m ° n . ? ut °. trips. Dearborn which interesting . . one to they fond unus- and another to . festival at Hol,,.„., W hich was dissappoin- tmg because rain had almost rulS- taken fn ° SSOmS - TheV were «!«> taken for an extended trip into Canada, and they brought back Pictures and _souveniro. School to Close— „— and Mrs. attended a Guest Burt Aid Friday , T , Clm ': 1 °"f. 9, daughter of M-. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel, fell sick wi"h pneumonia Sunday and wa, taken to the Koossuth hospital Nancy Louise, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ortmin w^s baptized at the close of a child- fen s day program Sunday m-jrn- <ng at the Methodist church Mrs Henry Reimers, Mrs.' Herman Bonn, and Mrs. W V Ynser spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. W. C. S tamer 'in honor of the litter s birthday anniversary. E. S Sorenson, Mallard, spent several days here last week, looking after property Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Gaard. and Mrs. Charles Nelson attended the funeral of Merle Hagen at a DePew Lutheran church Friday He died at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, last week Wednesday, iol- lowmg an operation to remove a brain, tumor. Merle, only 17, was graduated from the Cj Under high school this spring. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thor Hagen, and n -.-x... an( j Qne Drotner al _ - - ~ " i ,3 f-,(j me this week. Karl and James Schwnrv kugene Huskamp left a fishing vacation ii Minnesota home Saturday for n, aul> Cnme ru-iVo" y""""- 118 went to A |j«fan 8 ™Ma%S5ff..a:S is?h^ nrT ssr here ' cain ' ihoro Mrs, Earl Firkins and her dau 31 na VQ ><ntii.i«_.] r< . 'Mrs. Emil Schumack OPTOMETRIST „,,-, " len Played cards. Guest's in i —~" ' Mrs. Ttor, T-.-ji,- "Ul-K, All. I.XIEUT EYE PITTING. Y« llr right eye may present a different problem from the left. Therein K .% ^!J»™ «*«- -ith! and Clifford r spoke gelical and Presbyterian chur~ches under supervision of the two tors the Rev. H. A. Nelson, of the Methodist church, and th" Rev F R. Walter, of the Evangelical a two weeks Sunday evening the Llllc . a uuu WII have a union service at the Presbyterian church, and a demonstration of a regular day's the Bible school, with typical work from each claw, including diamatization, reading, Bible drills and handwork, will be given. Skaar, and Susie . -., all of Primghar, who also attended the funeral, were supper guests of the Mitchells. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Gaa-d accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. \ K. Gaard and the Gaard daugh Saturda game. Persons erehe A Managers and Mr. and Mrs. John FIELD-RIPENED PINEAPPLES Direct from plantation to you Large, luscious - finest grown Choicest fruit-carefully packed Stimulating to hot weather appetites. Makes a wonderful gift PRICE: HEADY TO SHIP Crate $8.25; half crate $l"» une-sixth crate 75c Low Railway Express Rates Harvest season short—order today or write for descriptive folder. IXATWOODS PLANTATION Eoute 1, Lake Worth, Fla. SUNDAY, JUNE Beautiful Colors Distinguish. Superba Ties Handsome all-silk crepe ties in stripes, spaced patterns, and large or small figures. Splendidly constructed to stand up and "take it." 1.00 Another Group of Summer Neckwear 2 for $UM) March of Progress Queen Contest Votes May Be Obtained at our btore with all Cash Purchases For Sportsmen— A POLO SHIRT Popular 3-button Gaucho style in Plain, small, medium and large $LOO Kaa8 ^^ ^ MANHATTAN and SHIRTCRAFT SHIRTS Teachers f(» Summer Schools— Esther Merkle is leaving Thursday for Boulder, Colo., to attend summer school at the stat-> university there. Vera Madson, who will teach at Dakota City next year, will attend the same school. Kln- ta Fjnley is attending the State teachers college, and Mis 3 Leurs is attending summer schoo' at Iowa City. Miss Beattie is at the Nebraska state Teachers college and Miss Olson is ano-.her student at the I. S. T. C. Minister Performs Ceremonies— The Rev. E. R. Walter, pastor of the Evangelical church, drove to Wmterset Sunday and officiated at tiie wedding of a nephew, Clin»°p n rt ^ a i' e :^ i i" d ^ o ° d . a ? r he st °p Veletta Wal- supplied here Sunday morn- V of the local Methodist ' chVrch' supplied in the eveninj. UIU1 ' Farewell for Fairvllle Pastor- Hie Rev. and Mrs. Wicteubure entertained a group ofvvmt . ellDur « and the wives at 6 o'clock recently i n hon-"- of tb- Stahmcr, Falrv-ille, who '^ a . l°»v a p!, W , ParIsh ' A «endln K : the Kev. Charles Hendricks, Mallard, me nev. \,. xi. oCDdffer. J^ivppmnrw the Rev. Walter Discher, Whltte- more, the Rev. Walter Wagre of Emmetsburg and the guesi ' O f ionor and his wife. Pastor Off for Vacation— The Rev. and Mrs. Wittenburg with two children, left Monday for a two weeks vacation and to visit relatives at Watkiiis, la., and at lijomi, in. Mr. Wittenburg will attend a synodical convention at St Louis as delegate from this district. There will be no services the Lutheran church next Sunda Community Picnic Planned— A community picnic will be he at the Lu Verne park Thursda June 23. Committees have been ap pointed, and a program is bein proposed. The event is sponsorec by the Community club. Other Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkl-j drove to Boxholm Monday fo attend the wedding of a relative. Mrs. George Brownlewee, Clarion, fo visiting her daughter, Mrs. Albert Schi- BUll. Virginia. Lichty visited Saturday at James Zweifel's, Corwith. Mrs. Virgie Matson, New Virginia, Minn., and a daughter were Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Deiison, o Eagle Grove, visited Mr. and Mr Ole Solberg all last week. Mr. Ben son and Mr. Soiber? went to Minn eapolis Wednesday, aud were join ed there by the women Saturdaj when all went on to Duluth to vis it Mr. and Mrs. B. BerkelantJ Mrs J. A. G. Smith entertaine the Chat and Chew club last week Wednesday. Mrs. John Kramer received word last week Thursday that her moth er Mrs Andrew Krogh, Lakefield Minn., had suffered a broken arm in a fall. Mrs. Kramer and her sou Lloyd left that evening for three weeks with the Kroghs. Mrs. Lillian Luckenbill, Lexington, Mo., is visiting the John Ar- bogasts and William Huskamps here and the Myrjn \Uor.sons, at Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Goetsch left last week Tuesday for a fishing vacation in noi-chern Minnesota Mrs. Anna Osborn, sick at her daughter Mrs. Goetsch's, was meanwhile to be cared for by Mrs Jennie Jensen, Ringsted. Mrs Tensen and Mrs. Osborn are sisters trances Bailey returaeJ Friday from Marshall, Minn., where sh spent two weeks at her brothe Fred's Mr. Bailey and his i aul brought her home A Bollinger family -union was held Sunday at the local park, and attending were the John, and Allen and Kenneth Bo; and the Charles Weisbrods. Theo Weisbrod left Mondav for Rochester where the l"u or and Mrs. L J. Weisbrod were to go through the Mayo clinic. E. C V it Uin <f . th ! ir cous 'n, Lottie Ma- aon, Saturday. They had snent some time with a brother of Mrs Matson and a sister-in-law Mrs Merrill Boyd, Northyood For the Swimmer— GET SjWIM TRUNKS All-wool in royal, maro0 n and navy xrifh hn ,r Waisted ' athletio ta cut' 38 waist. " supporter - Sizes 30 : $1.95 of Lustro-Spun White Broadcloth Expert Tailoring, precise fit and outstanding quality mark these shirts as the inevitable selection of well-groomed men of any age. 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