Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1938 · Page 3
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA PAGE TffiMBi .TEACHERS REUNION AT BURT HOME . July 5~Caro.lne Hodgson .,'iy, Minn. ,, nv to Saturday "I! Her aunt Mrs. L. D. visited from at the son Wednesday evening the LuVerne Girl Counselor in Wisconsin Youth Camp Mrs J- M. Doms were r at the Hodgson ,nd the HodgBons were en- at the Doms Lu Verno, July 5 — Huldahl Frltzemeier has gone to Williams Bay, Wis., for the summer as coun- sellor at a youth camp on Lake Geneva. She Is well qualified for the work, for, previous to her mother's death, she was a teacher In a college and tutor to the children of a family in Quebec. Besides, she lived at Washington, D. C., for some time, and she spent a aumtner in France. Her sisters, Bather and Marie, are at homo for the summer. Al con s->vu"3 1 • Elizabeth Little Little, Klngsley Betty attended r Jistian Endeavor Conference Christian k or two e t reS of their stay /fthe Corning worship ser- flt the Presbyterian church- day. This Week's NIMVS "Shorts"— Virginia and Billy Lee Jr., - berta, Minn,, were week-end guests at John Brink's. Gertrude, Kirby Mary, and Helen Duffy, Emmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Holland Jackson, spent Sunday at John Jackson's. Guests at Lloyd Smith's were Mrs. Minnie Farrell, Mr. am Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Minneapolis daughter Pearl. The Earl Ens stroms, Waterloo, were at Willian Bowman's. Ralph and Carmei Dimler, Ruby Miller, Claremont Minn., and ,Leo Miller, Kasson Minn., visited the Dimler faniilie here. Me r Zelpha Rae, to the Meth- camp at Spirit Lake Mon- he« she is attending a &ther camp this week. MUter is also attending. Declamatory Contest Hold— The Young People's mission circle ol the Evangelical church sponsored a missionary declama- ory contest at the church Sunday evening, and as a result Elinor vlae Woito received a silver medal 'or her rendition of the reading, The Master is Coming. Other contestants were Elmer Merkle, who gave The Story ot a Mountaineer Widow; Lawrence Marty, with Cuff; and Melvin Marty with Doomed to Die. This latter selection was the story of the life of Kagawa. achel were Sunday L r guests at the Gildner home on City. From there Rachel * City to attend sum- Here— fot - , • school. its HEART FAILS AT 77 AFTER ACTIVE LIFE Lakota, July 5—George Btiuman 77, died at his home here at 5 p 11. Friday, following a last illness of many months caused by hear trouble and complications. He was confined to bed five weeks. Sur viving are his widow and daughte Anna. A son is dead. Mr. BaU man had lived in Lakota 30 years coming here from a farm. Funera services were held at the Lutherai church Monday afternoon at 1:30 and burial was made in the Lu therau. cemetery east of town. Four Huby Girls Christened— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Randall, St. Paul, were present for morning services at the Presbyterian church Sunday and had the Rev. Mr. Frerking baptise their nine months twin daughters. One was t Mrs. Delia Smith's Sunday, and resent were Mr. and-Mrs. Roland mlth Sr., daughter Margaret, Mr. nd Mrs. Roland Smith Jr., Mr. and Irs. Dwight Smith, and Mr. and Wrs. W. E. Gutknecht. Other Lakotft News. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter, and he Jerry Ukenas attended the funeral of a relative, Ralph Plngle, at ''ort Dodge Sunday. Patricia Woodworth and Delia Grace Kline accompanied Mrs. Ray Smith to Fort Dodge Friday. Mrs. Smith is taking treatment there 'or sinus trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McAdams, of Orange,.Tex., who had spent two weeks visiting relatives in this community, left for home Saturday morning. Alvin Huenhold drove up from Algona Sunday afternoon and took Mrs. William Aolderks home with him for the Fourth. The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer attended the funeral of a Mrs. Barnes at Ledyard Sunday. The Jerry Ukenas spent part or Sunday and Monday with the Frerkings at Twin Lakes. Irvington Outlook for Crops is Good Irvington, July 5—'Crops In this Tlcinlty are promising bumper yields. -Farmers are looking for- named Ronna Joyce, the other Donna Mae. Mrs. Randall is Rosanna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Amelsberg, former residents of this vicinity. She is visiting her parents, who now live near Thompson. Two other babies were baptised at the same service, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ennen, named Margaret Elaine and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett 0. Rippentrop, Swea City, named Rozella Margaret. Milwaukee Visitors Depart- »'" '» ^t^if" woman's The Ira Benedicts, Milwaukee, A . Ledyard township woman a >ft Snnriiv nftpr -i week here pr ° 3ect meetin S was held Wltl Thev were accompanied by I?a ? » MrB - Anna Tllilges Friday aftel " rS£S ^ \\ K,=° ±sr\r s Mv ana HUB. '->• "• ~~~— — 5.' bsborne was formerly Helen irader. ^ ident Home for Week-End— i Slaughter, who Is attend- to „ diet spent part ot the week with her daughter at Muscatine, returning by bus. Three Travel in Trailer— A'l Miller, Lu Verne, son Milo, and George Miller, Los Angeles, , the Hamilton school of com- rce at Mason City, spent the ek-end here with her parents, . and Mrs. D. F. Slaughter. dent Taken to Daughter's- William Fox has been sick and taken to the home of his ughter, Mrs. Harry Putz, Alna, for care last week. 1 Family to Wesley— ..ne R. L. Moore family moved [Wesley the first of the week, ere Mr. Moore Is employed in a [oduce station. Itient Returns to Hospital— irrel Geist was taken to Iowa ru Thursday for further • treat- lent at the University hospital. Other Burt Ifetrs. ,.,,,s. Earl Girton and daughter kirley, Sioux Falls, S. D., visited Friday to Sunday with Mrs. on's mother, Mrs. Gertie mpson, Ruth Thompson, who retary to succeed Mrs. Wallen tine. Betty and Eva Eggerth play ed duets on the clarinet and saxo phone, and Mrs. 0. H. Frerkin gave a talk on books and maga zines. The next meeting (August 5) will be with Mrs. Russell Winter. got back one day last week, after. having spent June in Minn e sota .> F nrr i nc ton Son k Married— but they are leaving again this I *arrlngton_hon Js Married week, this time to travel in South Dakota to visit relatives, then back to northern Minnesota for a while. They live in a trailer. 41 K L lllji, l\H» VTFll 4^ J.'»H* » »v*» Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, w'th Eleven Showers for Bride— Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Lowmlllar were at New Hartford recently and attended a wedding there of the latter's nephew, Dale Copeland, ofi ~ ,~", *.• Clarksville to Nora Caley, of New spending their honeymoon intae Hartford. The bride had been a Ozavks He is radio announcer teacher in Marshalltown, and she for WOBS, Springfield, and his had been given eleven showers I bride is known as "Cousin Bettj a son, left last week Thursday for Montgomery, where Emory now has charge of part of the work of Roy Farrington for a few days. The Farringtons left Friday morning for Springfield, 111., to attenn the wedding of the only son, Glen, who was married to Bertha Proska Saturday. Glen and his bride are vard to the beginning of harvest n a week or ten days. Oats are beginning to ripen, and much rye is already ripe. Corn, even on land which usually cannot produce a crop in dry years, was much more than knee high on the Fourth. MRS, F. L, TRIBON will sell some good furniture in the old Elbert Garage SATURDAY, JULY 9 at 9 a. m. Consisting of good mohair living room suite, and walnut dining room set of table six chairs, and buffet, two 9x12 rugs, floor lamps, Sim mons bed spring and mat tress, lots of dishes, frui jars and other articles found in a home. This furnitur was taken under a mortgag and must be sold at this sale previous to her wedding. School Hoard Names Officials— At an annual meeting .of the school board on July 1 Fred Tiede was re-elected schoolhouse custodian at an increase in salary, and I. W. Hof was elected secretary. Mrs. Vergande in Hospital- Mrs. Fred Pergande is a patient at the University hospital, Iowa _J been visiting them, came home lith them, and Carita Girton, who lad been visiting here, went back lith them. and Mrs. Luman Davison, stleton, N. D., called on Burt ,-latiyes and visited at the C. I. |ans'mith home in Bancroft over ! week-end. Mr. Davison Is a r mer Portland township boy and [brother of Mrs. Mansmith. [Lawrence Stainbrook, who is mployed near Ida Grove, Is pending a couple of weeks vaca- m here with his wife and daugh- ,.r at the home of his parents, Mr. (nd Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook. 'Ir. and Mrs. A. C. Wickwlre, of i Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. R. , if, Webster City, came Satur- jay and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gralam accompanied them to Spirit f»ke for the week-end. The H. S. Youngs, Mondamln, W the R. J. de la Hunts, Ames, piled over the Fourth at the W. . Peters home. Mrs. Young and rs. de la Hunt are daughters ot p. and Mrs. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan re- '"*ned from Buffalo Center Fii- V, where they had been called a lew days before by the death of W. Dugan's uncle. I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clement daughter Jane, Ames, and Dawans, an Iowa City student, : at the week-end at the Mrs. C. •^uiofisom home. n . and Mrs. Glenn Black, Des i,~. J , es > spent Sunday and Monday l.ii e N> Dlttme ' 1 home. The Ry B^cks also apent the fourtn there. ^eSchwietert returned to PS Moines Monday after spend- m a couple of weeks here with 10 "-'-, Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Clty, having submitted to an operation there on June 28. Second Son for Meyers— A 9% pound son was born to Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyer Sunday evening. They have one other sou, George. Other LuTerne. Vera Dimler is spending two weeks at Gerald Herbener's, Ma- weeKS **i- vie*"-*** *»^.«~ — . son City. She accompanied Supt. and Mrs. A. C. Eyans and Walter Peterson when they went to Decorah for last week-end. Mrs. 'Flora Raney is spending a couple of weeks at Reinbeck. H. R. Prel came for Mrs. Frei and. the daughters Sunday and took them home, after they had spent a week h< Mr. and Mrs. William Troutman, Woodward, and Jos. Troutman, of Cedar Falls, were over Sundaj guests at the Herman Meyers last visit I over the same station. FrcrklnRs Off for Vacation— The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking left Sunday afternoon for their cottage at Twin Lakes, where they will spend a month's vacation. Their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Ukena, her husband, a Jesup minister, and their children are with them, also the son Norman, who has a charge near Fort Dodge. There will be no services at the Presbyterian church, except Sunday school, during the Frerkings' absence. Stock Train is Derailed— ' Harry Moe, brakeman on a mixed train from Lakota to Iowa Falls and back, was called out again Saturday, shortly after his train arrived, to go to Armstrong and help take stock from there to Iowa Falls that evening via train. The stock train from Estherville to Iowa Falls had had ten cars derailed just east of Maple Hill YOU* Money In a Hurry When You Need It! You con borrow $50 up to pay taxes, insurance, medical, dental and hospital bills, for business or other needs, with your oar cm collateral—and keep right on using your car. Low monthly payments arranged to lit your income. P. J. KOHLHAAS Loans :: Insurance Algona Telephone 32 earlier in the afternoon, making the change of schedule necessary- Smiths Hare Family Picnic— A family picnic dinner was held Charles Wolf family left Saturday morning on a tvip that was to take them to Duluth and other points In northern Mmne- sola. Mrs. Willis Martin came week from Mattoon, 111., to ill WITH VITAMIN W66K. irom mttii.uu«, ..-.. -the Lee Lichtys, the Adam Zwei- fels, and the Elon Frenches The Porter Adams family, Council Bluffs, came Saturday for a visit at Mrs. Catherine Marty s. .Ellen Gronbach has returned from two weeks at Henry Hesse s, Sioux City. Schmidts, -. at the Paul Moore -- SchVnidt and the chll- remalned for a few days' ^ednd' 11 meets at the ohurcl1 S Com a " erno °n, July 6. Mrs, lerth o ' Mrs ' w - H - and Mrs Mr*, j Y' etert are hostesses. '•-• and Mrs. J. G. Sewick vls- ounday and the Fourth "" of their daughter, Mrs. Honor Two Couples Married 25 Years [Special from Corwith.] A double silver wedding anniversary was celebrated at Fied Thornburg's Sunday, June 26. m honor of Mrs. Thornburg's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mis. two beautifully decorated cakea, each bearing the names of one couple and the numbei 25 The cakes were made by Mis. i. ecw cakes were Haworth, Armstrong. BpecwJ Mra - Parri8h is i-wte p fl ^f lnl)rook and grand- K Linv, s , P , ettt VWW wlth B 'lcelvn M? rook s daughter at |**ij|l. Mlnvt ' "* nD wto fc employed. spent the week-eud * the. H ' S , c *| eaoks spent t p WHh their *«M . Evanst °n. W- and ' 8peat IB WHY WAIT? »*>Hey> is teady, Small Loans Up to $300 Seldom has there been a more favorable time for building or remodeling. Material and labor prices are reasonable and money is available on the easy terms of the Federal Housing Administration. If you are thinking of building, we advise you not to delay. Come in and talk over your ideas. We can advise you on plans and materials, put you in touch with contractors we know Jo be reliable, and show you ways to save money. We'll help you arrange your financing, too. When you call, may we show you Barrett Shingles for the new roof? We have styles and colors that will please you, and the prices ar» most reasonable* service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO ** Stock We Will Turn Our Entire Stock ol Attractive SUMMER DRESSES Over to this Event You'll Find A Lot ot Wonderful Values The dresses are really phenomenal — printed sheers, washable crepes—in print and solid colors, plain or printed linen, tailored with fine dressmaker details. They are worth mnch more. Also a few odd coats and suits in this group. $0.77 The garments in this group include many of our famous Boston Maid; also two-piece dresses of linen and shantung, as well as laces, sheers, printed wash silks, plain crepes. 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