Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1938
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PAGE TWO PRODUCTS KOSSUtfH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Lcdyard Youth Weds Fairmont Girl NATURAL HEALTH FOODS Clinton Products made from choice mature Iowa corn are pure, wholesome, healthy. Growing children and adults alike enjoy the many tasty dishes you can so economically prepare with these products. Ask your grocer for free Recipe Folders. CLINTON COMPANY, Clinton, Iowa Each niqht at nine... Its GLUEK5 for mine! You'll be a little startled the first time you taste "Summer Special." The flavor is different. Try it for just three days. You'll never want to drink a sweet beer again! GltlEK' S THB -TYPICAL PILSENER FLAVOR! 1 GLOEiC .BREWING .COMPANY . MINNEAPOLIS.' folNN ' JULY SALE The rush continues. Bargains for everybody and plenty of them. Men's and boys' Sanforized wash pants at 59c Men's and boys' summer caps at ______ lOc Men's and boys' Polo shirts at ________ 19 C Men's oxfords, white, gray, and 2-tone. at ---------- aji qo — — — -- — — — — — <p±.(7O Ladies' sandals, all colors, all kinds out they go at ________________ '_ 69 C Children's blue chambric shirts at ____ 19c Boys' overall pants, cowboy style, at __49c Men's retan leather sole work shoes $1.98 Men's ventilated oxfords ____ 98c nnd $1.49 90 men's dress suits left, but you will have to hurry if you get one. They are selling hke hot cakes. They are beautiful suits —100% pure wool worsteds, extra fine tailoring, and the very latest styles. New right price ls less Jimmie Neville ALGONA, IOWA Consult Our Building Service No matter what sort of building you want done—anything from a new house to having your cellar stairs or your roof repaired— we're the logical place for you to come for advice. We will cooperate with your architect or, if it is a repair job, we'll see that you get good materials, low costs and first-class workmanship. We are glad to do this for you. For new roofs and reroofing, w«J recommend Barrett Asphalt Shingles. Barrett Shingles are attractive, colorful, fire-safe and long-lasting—the result of Barrett's more than 80 years of experience "Between the World and the Weather." We carry a wide variety of colors, styles and weights to choose from, and the prices will please you. Let us tell you about them. Botsford Lumber PHONE 256 BRIDE IS THE DAUGHTER OF EX-ALGONIAN Ledyard, July 12—Reuben Luter, who has farmed in Grant for the last several years, was married to Phyllis Misbach, Fairmont, at her home Juno 25. The couple made n short wedding trip In northern Minnesota. They are now on Mr. Luter's farm, north of Ledyard. Luter's farm, north of Ledyard. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Misbach, and her father, a Fairmont clothier, was n brother of the late Joseph Misbach, Algona clothier for many years. The bride's mother is the former Louise Hahn, who was a Whlttemore girl. Sermon (Sunday by Sioux Cltynn— The Rev. Mr. Kamphoefner, chairman of the retired ministers' fund in the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference, preached at the local Methodist church Sunday. His subject was prayer With an Open Window and a Closed Door.' Five Families to .Mission Feat— The Paul and Max Nitzes, the Arthur Zielskes, the Howard Jensens, and the Fred Baumans attended <i mission festival at tlie Lakotn Lutheran church Sunday. Methodist Aid at Doan Hostess For Guest Day Doan, Juy 12—A guest day was held at the Doan church by the Aid last Thursday, 108 registering. The Wesley, Algona, Sexton, and Burt Aids were represented, and the following program was given: Piano solo, Dorothy Hoover; recitation, Ross Struthers; vocal solo, the Rev. W. L. Patterson, Titonka Doan pastor) scujr, two Loii'j girls and Ruby and Donald Hmd; piano duet, Ver.i Johncon and a Miss Keith; song, Miss Long and Donald Hood; a reading, Happiest Woman in the World; Mary Joan Andrews; a play, Slipcovers, Hazel Larson, Marjorie Johnson, Laura Jean Smith, Juanita Anderson. The lunch-cobr scheme was pink and white. North Dnkotnns Visit Here— proving. Three Catch Ninety Fish- Mr, and Mrs. Win. J. Martinek and Harold Martinek drove to Lost Island Saturday evening and came home Sunday with 90 bullheads. Limned i'nr Abscess— Glenn Johnson has an infection an one elbow, and ] as t week Thursday a doctor lanced it. Mr. Johnson has been unable to work during the last week. Picnic fur Grant Oldtiiners— Grant township old settlers will :iave a picnic at Sylvania park, Fairmont, next Sunday. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Busch, Marvin Lloyd, and Esther Junkermeier drove to Iowa City Sunday to see Edward Lloyd, who is in a hospital there. He was operated on a week ago Friday and is recovering. His mother, Mrs. Warren Lloyd, is with him. Mrs. James Lloyd and Mrs. Fred Busch accompanied Ernest Busch to Cedar Falls last week Tuesday, when he took his daughter Arlene remaining back to resume school woric at lel -i ldlnlns the State Tc-achers college. ters, arrived a few days ago to visit Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Guy Dimond. The Dimonds, the visitors, and relatives from Britt had a picnic at Eagle Lake'on the Fourth, and last week Tuesday the Johnsons were dinner guests of a niece, Mrs. Howard Sparks. Three Visitors from Detroit- Margaret, Genevieve, and Florence Christainson are here from Detroit for a month with their parents at Rodman and relatives here. They all do housework. T*. E. TCrante Still Improving— L. E. Krantz was at the" Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital Friday for a check-up on his recent operation. The doctors found him im- Tltoiikn Aid to Entertain— The Doan Methodist Aid members will be guests of the Titonka Aid next Wednesday. Other Doan News. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, of Lu Verne, spent Sunday with the latter's brother, Fred Girres, and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa were afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kubly, near Irvington. The The Walvel Moyers were visitors at Hans Koestler's, near Burt. Evaline and Kathryn Hutchison came two weeks ago from Waterloo, Kathryn to spend the rest of the summer with her aunt, Mrs. Bryan Asa. Evaline began work at i James Black's Monday, and will be there till school begins. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Cosgrove, of Indiana, spent the Fourth with.' the former's parents, Supervisor! and Mrs. Cosgrove, and Kenneth's! little daughter remained for the' rest of the summer with her grandparents. Frederica Girres and Marie Brandow, Algona, with two friends from Corwith, spent a vacation at a cottage at Clear Lake from last week Wednesday till Sunday. Mrs. Percy Brink, who has been in poor health lately, is under a doctor's care. Sunday dinner guests at John Schallin's, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Radig, also Mrs. Delbert GelUen- auer, attended a shower at the Lotts Creek school in the afternoon in honor of Mrs. Martin Ohm, Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Rusch, Lotts Creek, spent last week Wednesday evening at.Radig's. The Maynard- Kuecks, Whittemore, spent Sunday at Henry Knock's. Mrs. Tillle Hanna, daughters Pearl and Myrtle, and Helen Mae and George Hanna were afternoon guests ftt Lloyd Schenck's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott nnd Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, spent last week Thursday evening at James Wadsworth's. The E. W. Maddens, Garbin, Minn., were Saturday night and Sunday guests of the WadsworUis, and all attended a Madden famiiy picnic Sunday at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. John Madden, Spokane, Wash., spent Monday at Wadsworth's, Mr. and Mrs. Jos, Culbertaon are parents of a boy, born last week Thursday. Mrs. Frcolove Weisbrod, Fenton, is car in.:; for mother and babe. Elva Ewoldt, A!goiM, spent Sunday at the parental Karl Ewoldt's. A get-to-gether picnic was 'held at Interlaken Sunday, and attending were the Carl and Henry Wieners, the Henry Schroeders, Lone Rock; the Harry Schmelings, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin KlaU, of Em- metsburg; the S. M, Orvlekjs, Ledyard; the Glen Minos,Grant; tlie F, F.< Schroeders, the hoy Chrfe- chllles fatally, Martha Chrlschll- les, and Esther tiarsen,'Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flalg entertained nt Sunday supper In honor of their children Catherine alid Kenneth's birthdays. Attending: Mrs. Hattle Sprank, her children, Anna Flalg, Arthur Sprank, the Jim Ackermaiis, the Frank Flalgs, ">e Wllii,,,,, ( , and the W. c F ,,, ' father R,,],;,.,'" |». •"id his broth,,,.',:'" 1 ! 1 anent last w,,o k >'' noon ni i.,,,i, ,, ."Gun Fane;: 1 mS,:; 11 ;;^. U, Francis ..,_ ^ '• KICO Wii'j, 'iitmnnt'"" 1 ' Su s1 LONE ROCK LOCALS The Rev. T. D. Arends and his family drove to the Okobojis last week Tuesday for their daughter Muriel, who had spent a few oays there, and Sunday they drove to Coon Rapids for a visit till Tuesday with Mrs. Arend's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Porter. Jean Arends, who had spent a" few weeks • ---- *' ° Ught with Marjorie Walsh. 'Doris Her»ningsen, Graettinger, was here from last week Wednesday till Sunday, a guest at E. M. Jensen's. The A. H. Henningsens drove here for her Sunday after noon. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Persig, of Blue Earth, and their daughter spent Sunday at the parental Fred Bauman's, and Katherine Bauman went to Blue Earth with the vlsi- :ors for this week. A Mrs. Wintermeier, of Baxter, visited last week at her sister, Mrs. A. A. Depping's. Mrs. Depping entertained the Reformed Aid at her home Friday. Vttend Joint County Picnic— The Olaf, Inmar, and Clifton En- gelbys attended an annual Hamil- on-Story counties picnic at Blue Earth Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke, and heir daughters Evelyn and Franes, with Jean and Marjorie Gahle, lad an outing at Tuttle Lake Sun- ay. J. G. Swartzell, Olin, came Sun- lay to visit his daughter, Mrs. Slvin Carpenter. Mrs. Swartzell lad already been here a week. Albert Barnes, daughter Marorie, Albert, and the Aielt Troffs visited the William Batts at Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ficken, Guuk- en, Minn., and their son Gayheart were Sunday guests at George Hagge's. Mrs. Hannah Simser, 'Blue Earth, ,nd her son Philip spent Saturday ivening at the Christy Hendrickson's. Margaret Yahnke went to Buf- 'alo Center Sunday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Walter Winkleman. Opal Corhus, Elmore, was Mm ' iel Gareldine Leming, Hampton, came last week Wednesday for a week at Fred Genrich's. Mr. and i. Genrich, daughter Lucille, and Thm-» ~ -11 K v. l^"' 1 ' guest spent tne week-end at iheie will be no church servic- Manning with the Genrich son es next Sunday at the local church Mainard. ^enricn son. but Sunday school will be held at 11 a. m. Vera Morris, with five teachers and college friends, left Saturday Mrs. W. J. Cotton entertained Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Algona, and Julia Bourne, New York, at M , I ' Mrs ' Dora ^^ ePent Sunday ' Nelsons s P en t last afternoon with Mrs. John Seege- week Monday at Base Lake in barth, Lotts Creek Minnesota, where they were join- Des Moines, are spending this week ' " " * Sunday visitor Barnes home. at the Albert -*Two IVhittemore Accidents. Whittemore, July 12—Bob Censer suffered a cut on the leg with , . Am- at Alex Radig's. M henstein spent from last^weVk the week-.'enTVt" o'eorge'Pett^t I Wednesday till Friday at Nelson's, Verona Radig and Mildred and and Eugenia Mae Hofius, Ottosen, Laurena Laabs accompanied Mr spent from last week Thursday till and Mrs. A. A. Drever Lofts' Stllii Ha IT 4-Vini»j-i r* *_ i •«. . _ «J *•** » Jjv*tio SU M day "^ "~~" """ Creek, "to "Pasadena, "Calif., last Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, of week, leaving Thursday. The three Rmgsted, were last week Thursday girls will make a three weeks vis- evening callers at Will Christen- it with relatives. Emaline Drew sens. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds is at Delbert' Geitzenauer's Allrnnn itro,»o c.i«.i _ *, . •**•-. a »~ ~ _ _ . . Algona, were Sunday afternoon callers there, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Parsons, of btorm Lake, spent Sunday at Andrew Thomsen's. The P. M. Christensons weie Sunday dinner guests of the Ca'-l Paetz family, near Algona, honoring Mr. Paetz's and Mrs. Christenson's birthdays. A Mr. Curran, of Mason City, and his son Lester and Leigh spent the afternoon with Mervyn Christenson. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Johnson, Prescott. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hoppe, Burt, were at P. L. Person's. Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained at Sunday dinner in honor of Mr. Krueger's birthday anniversary Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz, Theo. Krueger, and daughter Elma, Charles Zoller and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultz sons Lester, , Raymond, Al- . ouncicu a UUL on me leg witn ""•*» *-«=ai.ei, ivutrvin, itaymona, Alcorn knife Sunday. Two clamps bei 'ti and daughter, 'Mrs. Ruby "•" ! "~ J *- - 1 --- " ' Hamlin, with the latter's daugh- were required to close the wound 3onald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergen, fell backwards on the spout of an oil can one day last veek and suffered a pamfu vound. SEXTON The Clem Cunninghams, Irvington, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reibhoff, a mile north of town. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor spent the week-end fishing in Minnesota. Edith Greenfield was a Sunday guest of Mildred Flora, southeast of town. Mrs. Jennie Barnes, Des Moines, is spending a few weeks at her sister Mrs. John Flora's. A home project meeting will be held this week Thursday afternoon at Mrs. John Flora's, Mrs. Simon Bemis and Mrs. W. C. Taylor assisting. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders went to Osceole last week Wednesday for several days at their farm there. SENECA The Rev. Mr. Patton, Baptist Pastor at Bancroft, opened a Bible school here CD the public school grounds Monday,. Arlene Stafford, Mallard, who had spent two. weeks at her aunt Mrs,. Irvin Classon's, went home sunday. Lowell and Luverne Hawbaker, Dickens, are spending the week at Harley Hoecfe's, The Modern M;ixer.6 and the families had ^ picnic at the Peterson river SHflday. G^mea a»<J races lurnishea entertainxiient pa.rt p| the afternoon, then a kittenbali game. - . rs Frank r&ir-is got hp^e FJ^ day,,. % fter a v^k with ^ dtier in southern Misaouri. ter Kay, all of Elmore. Wayne Hawks, Spirit Lake, was a last week guest of Melvin Hawks. | . Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kruegei drove to Rochester Monday. Mr. Krueger went for medical attention. Ruby Nelson spent last week at Theo Jacobsen's. Humboldt. Dorothy Hurlburi Whittemore, was at William Nelson's, and Melvin Nelson, Humboldt, spent the week end at the parental home. Mr. and Mrs. William Hartwick, Fort Dodge, were Friday afternoon callers at Fred Haack's. The Haacks were Sunday evening callers at Carl Feye's, Whittemore. •Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hamm, of Early, spent the week-end at Hugh Walsh's and took Eileen Walsh home with them for a visit. Marjorie Lattimer and Donna Jean Poley, Bancroft, spent Sunday REPAIR ED GENRICH AtBjustromY •• t All types—all models, o.» a Specialty. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig were It's A Curious Thing \ ^ ' ' / WHY DO UMBRELLAS? The custom comes from the Far East where the royalty was closely guarded with them, The umbrella was the emblem of authority. They were thought to be fit to be carried only by women in Shakespeare's time. See for yourself how modern our methods are—we invite you to send your clothing here. 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