Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1938
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LflTlAY. JULY 14,, 1938 llngton, July 12—Mrs. Stella was honor guest a unity at the homo o Cox last Week Wednes Assisting hostesses were sss . y erg and Alice Sahln, Algona, nnd Mrs. Preston were chosen as the Sabln, arid other guests were 'onstration team. Mrs. ' Tb eodore GoedoM, Algona.-a companlod the girls •Theodore «•»•--—-i -—"—• 1 Belmond, Mesuames M | nes , Earner Koiloy, John> John „„„„„, „. „. A-i instruction |Edw. Ditsworth, Matt KeUe>, to demonstration teams. The girls flatter's son, Edith Reed, ami will have their heatlh examl -i P r Kelley, nil of Algeria or the tion's this week ' - examl "'>- itv and Mrs. Bnrl Miher, near Mlnkel and " and her son Bernard. The _ g lon was Mrs. Stella SaWn's Block Silo Ijolnp Erected- Mrs eldei lUII " "••> birthday anniversary b Sabln called on tho fsabin early Wednesday aftur- 1 and asked her to go for a [in the country, and when they I'd the Cox farm it was s!ug- I that they stop there awhile they were in tho house tho „ guests appearei front! vari- lildlng Places, to Mr). Sabins 'surprise and happy oon£«a- The afternoon was spent so„, and Ice cream and cake E served. for Four Blrtndnys— Inicnic was held at the George kfham's Sunday 'in honor of fcns celebrating birthdays in I Attending: the Floyd Gard- E Wayne Stephensons.'Mr. and Edw Hopkins,, Ann Fechner Wattle Phillips, daughter Don lean [.and Mrs. Freda S,teussy Algona, and' Mr. and , ••. Mrs [Pooch, Livermore. we re Mesdames fchenson, and Pooch The hon- Phillips also Mr Lr Honors Gregson Birthday- floral hall at the fair grounds L tne scene of a birthday dinner Iday honoring Willard 'Gregson J Guests were the Walter Falbs fet Bend; the Ernest Bonnstet- i Corwith; the Frank, Fred •'Elliot Skillings, Mr. and Mrs ink Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Edw gkins the Jesse Lashbrooks, the tries Harveys, the O. L. Millers isell Fry, daughter Audrey, all Algona or the vicinity. , Spurgeon Expected Here— va Spurgean, who haa been al fcner's Ferry, Idaho, several irg with his brother Robert, is ported on the way here for the •vest season. Alva had hired oul i man there who had, 1000,acres wucdt, but a river" recentjy,..,._, •t of 'its banks and washed out I the small grain. Robert, who is lovernment employe, was laic Tfor a time, but is now back to jomas to New Job E, H. Thomas left Sunday after- Jon; and began his new duties as lot agent at Hanlotttawn M0n- i morning. W. J. Clayton, new here, drives to and from be found at Hanlontown. ifi Family In Move— , and Mrs. Bercie Davis, who i been living at Stockport i that they are moving to Ba- Bercie, who has been em- 1 as a carpenter with an in- mce company, will do the same of work at Batavia for an'- company. Mrs. Davis is the ler. Doris Colwell. i Gronbhch Has Operation — «ule, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- B Gronbach who has been tak- i treatment for several weeks at wa City, had a mastoid operation Iturday morning. He was treated TT infected eyes for several years it the mastoid trouble waa acute Ms reported getting along well, I on Hospital Patients— |Mr. and Mrs. Herman 'Wancl ?er ove to Iowa City Friday to visit n. Warmbier's sister, Mrs. Fred ergande, Lu Verne, who is recov- J?from a major operation there W also called on Louie Gron \ who recently was operated ' for mostoidltis, who rapidly, she la able Snc a e. Wstep8eachday ' wltl} Kecent Bride- Mille f and Mrs. -Tony 6 hoatesS6 s Sunday at hoaorin e Mrs. G-leti Ad- sest daughter of Mrs was recently married. Other Irvlngton, t to what t , -- Fort dau SWe> V Mrs. called on They wera • st - Pene - t ° nthTer re '"«ves. Mr. n , /° W ^ ^^ *°™ fo * reat a at ann n co n di ttloan1)pe ^ to be a dropsli Tne Ludwi ^ of u.- he Mra. j* c. on « Gerry aad to Staple this ?y cawe here be °au8e of the Swea-Eagle, July 12—The Swea Spirit of Service club girls met with their leader Mrs. Emil Larson Saturday afternoon. Roll call, Colors I have in my room. Talk on flower arrangements. Plans were fou '' di 'y camp at !„- n n- jorlaken Park, Minn., the st week hi July. Ruby Berg and Philis Larson -ic- to Bancroft a week ago Monday where Lucille Pepoon, H. D. A., gave instruction by Dr R M C. Anderson* Martin Molinder is wooden silo on his lttllll loril town and a block silo built in its place. He also has blocks on the having the torn i ii .,, n tlne lnl-ge ho ^ llou «e which will be constructed as soon as men arc available. Aid Knlertalncd— Mrs. Tankard Carlson entertained the Eagle Aid a. week ago Tuesday afternoon. A fine program was given after which the hostess serv- A largo number attend- ed lunch. d. 12lh Itirthdny Is Honored- Lowell Larson, Edward Anderson, and Francis Griene:- atended a birthday party at John Huglund's Friday afternoon honoring their son Fred3i-ic'e 12th birthday. Four Called to Illinois— J. Spittle and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Treat and daughter Shirley Lee left last week fcr Illinois called by the serious lines? of Mr. Spittle's granddaughter. WH/TTEMORE NEWS The Conrad Aligs and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber Jr. were at Loo Waldschmldt's, Wesley, Sunday. •• ^•^^^^^^^^^^^•M_T V^X^VJIIJL JL XXJ-r 1 trprise for Algonian's 75thBirthday JENDSPLAY -= USE ON MRS, 'STELLA SABIN KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Demonstration Team Named 4-H Club Girls at Swea MANY VISITORS AT LUVERNE ON VACATIONS Lu Verne, July 12— Summer vacations always bring some people back to the home town, and among those arriving In Lu Verne this week are the Walter Tiedes. Mr. Tiede is a manual training instructor in the Detroit schools. Alice Ellis came Monday from Villa Mrs. J. B. Elbert returned same day from a visit with Waldschmidts. the the Werner Braatz is having a vacation this week from the Geelan store. The James B. Geelans were Sunday guests at the P. J. Schlltz home, Fort Dodge. The Louis Braatz family visited at William Tiede's, Lu Verne, Sunday: Ella Burke got home Monday from a week with relatives at Mrs. George Wichtendahl are parents of a 7%-lb. girl, born at the local hospital Sunday. John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wai- Chicago. Mr. and Schultz celebrate a birthday. Cards were played and lunch was served Attending: the Geo. Maahs family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, the Herman Voigts, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. Dorothy Sebers, son Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kuecker, West Bend, two Park, a suburb of Chicago. Harold Larimer went to Cedar Rapids Sunday, and brought back his sister, Mrs. Viva Courtney, and children, for a visit at the parental H, R. Larimer's. Mary McClellan student nurse in a hospital a Davenport, is spending a three weeks vacation at home. When she returns she will be in Chicago foi a while on special work. Elected to Family Office — The Brink-Potter annual picnic was held at the Renwick park Sunday with 40 relatives present. Attending from Lu Verne were Mrs W. F. Godfrey and daughters Ruby and Florence, Mr. and Mrs. John Brink and son Richard, and Mrs Josephine Brink. Officers chosen were: president, Lee Potter, of Hardy, and secretary - treasurer John Brink, Lu Verne. Two More Church Fans — Last summer two large ceiling Doris Bggleston has also been on the sick list. The Arnold Sanders took Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs. C. O. Riddle, to Iowa City Monday lor observation and treatment. Group Mrs. on Schiildts— Maurice O'Connell and . a daughters, Mrs. William Ellis, and Mrs, Ray Stone and daughter, spent Thursday at the Rev. V. V. Schuldt' home at Garner. Other. LnVerne. The John Skows, Oilmore City, the Lewis Olsons, and the Leonard Olsons, Bradgate, were Sunday uecer, est Rend two j daughters, Mrs. Herbert Po'tratz '• Eans were installed in the Luther- Lotts Creek, son Edward -jj rs '| an church and proved such a com- Lloyd Walker, Algona, Mr. and i fort that tnis P ast week two more Mrs. Leonard Meyer, St'. Joei Peter I W6re Installed. They have 52-inch Christensoh, son James, and Edna i blades and when all are in opera- nnH T?lol«« c<nV...ii.. T ._ •»*_._ tlnn \jum'«liinnoi*a am mnHo r»nm- Schultz, Lu'Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wood, of Windsor, Minn., spent the weekend at Mike Koppen's. Mr. and Mrs. George Dahike, of Rockwell City, were at Mike Weir's Sunday. Jonn. .son of Mr. and Mrs Wai- The Koppens attended a" Iatm17ri- ter Wegner, n a patient at the lo- union at Interlaken the fl .m« ,i-v. cal hospital for a streptococcus throat infection. Frances Duffy, employed at the courthouse in Algona, returned to work Monday, after a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy Sr. ... City, went home Friday, after a few days at Peter Volk's and J. V. filbert's. The Albert Heinrichs, Addison, 111., went home Monday, after last week at Fred Heinrich's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, Elmhurst, 111., with their sons Robert and Clifford, are spending a week at Teacher P. L. Jessen's. Mrs. Miller is a sister of Mrs. Jessen. Mr. and; Mrs. P. L. Jessen, with their son Ralph and the Millers, spent Monday afternoon at Fairmont. Fred Miller, Elmhurst, 111., brother-in-law of Mrs. P. L. Jessen, sang two solos at St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday morning. The Herman Voigts, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Lotts Creek, took a long ride Sunday afternoon to view crops northwest from here. Relatives and friends gathered at the Henry Schultz home Sunday evening to help Mrs. George union at Interlaken the same day. Mrs. John Friezenborg, her chiH dren, and William Sellhorn, Buffalo Center, spent last week Thursday at Lynn Friesenborg's. Mr. and Mrs. George Crawford and the Paul Crawfords, Osage, with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clarke, of West Bend, visited the R. H. Fiu- nels Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Fandal and Mr. and Mrs. James Butler were called to Litchl'ield, Minn., Friday by news that Mrs. Fandel's and Mrs. Butler's father, a Mr. Rellly, was critically sick. •Mrs. Edw. Greinert, of Elmore, sons Fred and Elmer, the Edwin Greinerts, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Frlnk, Freddie Frink, and a Miss Westenhofer, Fairville, and the Louis Greinerts attended a Noet- ge r reunion at Bayside, Clear Lake, Sunday. There were about 30 in attendance. Mrs. Peter Schumacher and her son Eddie spent Saturday with Mrs. Schumacher's mother, Mrs. Jacob Thul, Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thul visited Mike's mother at Clarion Friday. Mary Corrine Fleming accompanied Mrs. Theo. Larson, daughter Theodora, and Melvin Minor to Minneapolis last week Thursday for a short visit. Leo Nolan, Cedar Rapids, called , on William Higgins Friday. tion worshippers are made com fortable by the air currents. Former Pastor Here Calls— The Rev. and Mrs. A. G-. Heddle Mrs. Heddle's sister Emily Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bryanl and Mona, of Thompson, called on Jennie Mason Sunday. The Bryants' adopted daughter Mona made her home with the Masons for some time a few years ago. Threatened With Pneumonia— Garry Sanford has been quite ill, threatened with pnemuonia As we see it— PBOBABLY NO BUST- is so widely mis- understood as the bus- iness of Banking. IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Deposits Insured Mid-Summer Sale! Our Entire Line of Wash Frock Reduced for Quick Selling 1 Three Special Groups 79c i lar $1.00 and $1.39 values. • Cool sheers in many printed patterns and fabrics. New fashion details in every dress! At these low prices any WOMAN can buy several dresses for the hot days! Group Two, Beg. $1.9S and $2.98 values = * $1.67 Rayon sheers — printed cotton sheers — washable sport fabrics. The season's smartest hot weather styles. 2.37 GroupTliree Reg. $2.98 and $3.98 values • •f * r Figured Spun Rayons—printed tub fabrics — printed • French crepes—sport weaves in plain colors. Make your selection now while there is a complete range of They'll clean up at this low price! 38 to 52 sizes. Sizes 12 to 20 ... 86 to 46 . ,, nen. Robert Skow remained for a longer visit. The Bryan Asas, Sexton, spent the day at Henry KublyVs, and Goo, Kabele. Frances and Martha, Goldfield, were at Irvin hapman's. Lela Allison, Needles, Calif., arrived Sunday for a week's visit with her aunt, Mrs. Pearle Conoway. Mrs. Gladys Miller and Mrs. Bertha Meyerse, Keosauqua, and Mrs. Wallace Kisling, Cantrll, were guests of the Conoways the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson, Ledyard called on Lu Verne friends Sunday. Mrs. Patterson, who was Agnes Karels previous to her marriage, lived here a few years ago. The Young People's Mission Circle met Friday evening with the Fritzemeiers. After the lesson a treasure hunt furnished the even- ing's entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bekman and daughter spent Thursday at. Dr. R. L. Corbin's. He Is Mrs. Corbiri's brother, and their home is at Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Babler and children, Harris and Bernice, of Montlcello, Wis., were at Henry Kubly's Saturday. Mrs. Daniel Keller has returned to her home at Kansas City after a visit with her aunt Mrs. Jennie Levier. Ralph Keene, Whittemore, and Helen Duffy, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at John Jackson's. The Presbyterian C. E. plans a worship service at the church at 11 o clock Sunday morning. Arnold Hansen, of Armstrong, Passes Armstrong, July 12—Armstrong people were shocked Friday to hear of the death of Arnold Hansen at the Oakdale sanitarium near Iowa City. He was middle aged and had been sick for some time. L. E. Slaba, undertaker nere, drove to Iowa City Friday for the body, and funeral services were held Sunday at the Lutheran church, the Rev. R. W. Baade conducting, with burial in the Aim- strong Grove cemetery. Mr. Hansen, who never married, is survived by two sisters: Mrs. Clara ^ff'ad- Winnebago, Minn.; Mrs. Mildred Opsal, Armstrong PAGETttREJE Here Are VALUES That Will SCORE A HIT with Thrifty Shoppers A Large, Complete Stock to Choose from—You know the Quality of Goods We Handle ; The Values are Self-Evident Men's Broadcloth Shorts, sizes 32-42 ______________ 12c Men's and Boys' White Sport Belts _ _ _ _ _ _ ______ _ 15 C Boys' Cowboy Waist Overalls, sanforized _________ 79 C Men's Waist Overalls, blue or stripe _______ _ ___ __ 98c Wash Slacks, $ 1 .95 quality, reduced to __________ $1.49 Men's Combed Ribbed Undershirts _____ . ____ March of Progress Queen Coupons Given at The Hub With all Purchases PAJAMAS Grey Covert Work Pants ___ ...... ..... ___________ 99 C Boys' Blue Chambray Work Shirts __________ _ _33 C Men's Sizes Work Shirts, light weight ______________ 39 C dean Tip Bargains in WHITE and SPORT OXFORDS (All stock included) $2-$2.25 Oxfords $1.59 $3-$3.50 Oxfords $1.98 $4-$4.50 Oxfords, $2.59 Freeman $5-$6.00 Oxfords $3.39 >nt Stores Iu this Group of Dresses 69c Children's sizes AlU»st colors Smart new styles for lounging and sleeping for men who like comfort. $1 values at 69c Men's Knit Athletic Union Suits, Button shouder, sizes 36-38-40 and 42 only _.;_,.___ SHIRTS One large group of Fancy Broadcloth Dress Shirts $1.00 values sizes 14 to 17 69c (Reduced Prices on All SWIM TRUNKS Jantzen's $2,95 grade 1.98 $1.45 All Wool Swim Trunks 98c Men's 88x88 square Athletic Union Suits, 69c value, Hub Special THAT SHELL! Only Wolvcrln* Shell Hor**hld« Work Shoe. Hav*Thl» 3-Ply Leather In Both ?£!°M* ni1 0 , pp * r> ' Soft anil PlUbl*. Ufc« Moc»»ln». Wear Month* Longer A. -SBF-*. ^ . SHELL HORSEHIPE WOBK SHOES i! LEE OVERALLS H.39 Her? 1 the Best Low Priced OVERALL That Can Be Found BIG "30" Full 8 oz, Denim Sanforized graduated bibs, rustproof buttons, blue or stripe, sizes to 50 1,10 All Leather WORK SHQiS 2,50 Vd« ?5 t,98 We think this is the best low priced work shoe you have ever seen. THE HUB CLOTH

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