Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1938 · Page 3
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InAY. JttLY 28, 1938. [YARD PAIR (E VOWS AT |OWN CHURCH • 26 — Phyllis, and Mrs. T. C. Mason City, and Har- Mr. and Mrs. Herman were married at church, Nashua, a BYO „ by the Rev. Wil- lt, pastor. The bride wore I lull with accessories, and la bouquet of tea roses and t e a a She Is a graduate of illton business college, Ma• and since graduation has 1 „,. f 0 r the State '^—^^^^*^"^ al ^^^^*l1^H>B^^^^^^III^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. .. * * *» J-* Kossuth Youth Is Bridegroom _ '—- ' •—— -. " KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA |rd, J" 1 It of Mr Portland Farmer Kicked by Horse Is Recovering [ookkeeper Eere. He of ;jjvi* »«.The bridegroom is a the Ledyard high , for the last several worked with the Leon rpcnter crew. The new- i snent Sunday with the nareiits at Mason City. For being Mrs. Herzog con- v scious more than a half hour A!., , n McV y hortcr . with a Mr. doctor was called, and Mr Z-inl<,> , a tlson ' both of Omaha, were, was in bed when he regained on n C!1 , llcl ' s Sunday at Ray McWhort- sciousncss. Mn nmi „ t..,.,,i. ...;.!°'' H »»' J other guests ther sciousness. Mo and a triick drlvor'»"". ""' J ° tho1 ' SUests 'there"were were loading hogs when U lc acci-'vt w, 1)arents ' Mr - and Mrs. Ellis dent happened. Mr. Zanke Is n o v Mp - wv """"" A1 ~— slowly recovering. I'lve Tnkc 'iiino Lessons— is a now Donald Mc. . Kona, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the Ray Mo I VVhortcrs. i Sumner Parsons and Mike Ar- piipiljend put up hay at the Zanke farm of irii-ic, i.,,, ii , ' , ' UL " l> lm * al l-ne zanke ftAWMSSS S/S£TSwa-S gives the lessons, which makes it convenient for parents ami pupils Others in this vicinity are Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorter Evelyn Becker, and [work . Tenclicrs Visit Here— V A. Barrett and the chil- U-'gil and L'a Voun, spent av and Sunday at the D. B. I [home, and Mr. Barrett and iHancy stopped here Sunday wa y home from a fishing on Mr. and Mrs. Barrett bglit here 11 years, and Mr. [J i s now superintendent at | The family has been vislt- ! Mrs. Barrett's father Chas. s Livermore, so far this jer' but will leave sometime leek to visit the George L s Alexander, and at Mr. Rtis sister's at Chester. Than till return to Troy to prepare le new school year. Mr. Bar| father will go with them IChester for the winter at •ves of Patient Come— $a Logeman, 'St. Paul, and jelmar Sandsgaards, Rosedale, Flast week Tuesday, called by of the critical sickness of S. S. (Jlnss lit Sltfsbee's—. Mrs 0. 10. Sigsbee will be hostess this week Wednesday to the lister, Mrs. Elmer Junken- I. Mr. and Mrs. Sandgaard back the same day, Miss remaining. ( Celebrates Birthday— and Mrs. Alfred Krainraers- entertained the Albert, Ar[ and Carl Krammersmeiers by, the occasion-being Alf- fljirthday. Mr. and Mrs. John ersmeier were guests iit the tan Hoddel's, Woden. Lloyd Operation Success- Wen Lloyd and his <son Don- irove to Iowa City Sunday to Lloyd and the son Ed- Mrs. The latter is lly following recovering op vcation WEST BEND . as related in another mention, was laid up because of a horse's kick. Mr, and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart, with the daughters, Betty and Dorothy, were Sunday dinner guests nt LcRoy Burger's, Burt. The Portland Peppy Pals are scheduled to meet next week Wednesday with Dorothy and Betly Stewart. Uolfson's sister, Edna Anliker, of Eureka, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gross, of inoar Wesley, were guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs Bon w-.ib ,' r Wesley, were guests Sunday i mih. uen Walker and i of the latter's sister, Mrs. Jeanne Betty Lou spent Sunday at Bode Simmons. fit net a .-iF 1\«.._ ttr 11 ' -n. . . guests of Mrs. Walker's sister,! Ronald Walker played .... w.imurs Kisieiv 'ujiuuu vvaiKer piayeu with a Mrs. iMmo Barber, at a reunion ofj' J; »ice orchestra at Silver Lake the Lawman family. People were! Saturday night. He also plaved there from Rodman, Nevada, Whit-' f °ui' other nights last week with temore, Holfe, and West Bond. I the same orchestra 'Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendeik' drove to the Oklbljls Sunday to attend a Bible conference, and Letha Daubendeik, Remsen, joined them there. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. deal, Rolfe, and Dorothy deal, Iowa Falls, SENECA ru,ns Mrs - Ja mes Doocy, daughter Mrs. deal 1 red Je » se ». the latter's daughter | Mrs. Curtis Olsen, Mrs. Olson's 'children, Mrs. Albert Cody, a at- spenit Sunday with the daughter, Mrs. Myron Boos. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone ui- • — •- —".>- «• tended a home talent play at Rod- uau shter, Mrs. Maurice Jensen, man Saturday evening. The Aid ' and a daughter, all of Seneca, there sponsored the production were . among guests at a recent Robert Daubendeik spent the birtllda y Party at Mrs. Sigurd 01- week-end here with friends. He is employed by a telephone company at Alton. sen's, south of Ringsted, for little Sherry Olsen, who was three years old. Black Hills and other points west. They were accompanied by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rolfson got | Tne Irvin Classens spent Sunday home Saturday from a tour to the at the Parental Amos Classen's, "' ' ""' " East Chain, Minn. The Irvin Clas- sons, the A. T. Paulsens, and the — — Curtis Olsens spent Saturday e\Hed the Hans Hendricksons, Blue' ening at Ole Oftedahl's and helped Eal 'th. | him celelDrate a birthday. Doctor Russ, Blue Earth, and j Donna Jean Bollig is spending his family visited the Glenn Yahn-1 this week with her sister, Mrs. kes Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack were guests at the Frank Lewis home, near Lakota. Mrs. Devine, Editor and Mrs. John Metzger, near Plum Creek. Seneca and Bancroft Baptist Bible school pupils had a picnic on the local school grounds Saturday. The Frank Loofts attended a •1J lUliU>«il*fa 5*1* "i/ ,« M i,.v~ [Lloyd is staying at Iowa City ! with him. • Patient Ordered Abed- Max Nltz was at Des i Thursday-%nd J Friday, con• physicians concerning a |r. She returned Friday, and .stay abed a month. Jean Gai helping at the Nitz home. I S. C. Gas Station— Jred Krammersmeier, who rely sold his Shell truck to L md, has purchased a Cities i oil station at Swea City in possession. The family |move to Swea City. ... Away: No Services— iere will be no services at the lodist church on the next two lays. The Rev. and Mrs. Ham|are away on vacation. Sunday ' will be held as usual at i in Family Reunion— r. and Mrs, N. A, Pingle, Mr. J Mrs. Lawrence Pingle, and •Albert Loofts attended a Looft f on at Swea City Sunday, 63 ent. Other Ledyard News. Jr. and Mrs. Henry Blottgertse, I and Mrs. Wm. Grotjohu, Mrs. |man Krause, and \ Freda . ajl of Schaller, the John fnnesons, Lone Rock, the Or - Kubys, Bancroft, the Fred prs, and the Walter 'and Ku- lart Logemans, all of Ledyard, guests at Henry Sunday leer's. . George Pfeil, a daughter, • Minnie Snyder, and Mrs. Le- Anderson, all O f Radcliffe, Won the L. W. Wiemers Sun- evening, O ji the way home E a We ek-end at Estella Wle- B at the Okobojis. Mrs. Pfeil. and Mrs. Anderson i Mn Wiemer. Mrs. j. H. Welfare, J. T. a ' ld Kenn eth Welfare Minn - Sunlj ay to Watts famil y- Seld011 Pai '*- Minile aPoUs to visit Mrs - wm- dau s 1 iter 'of Mr. I /' am Garry - weut to Mr - alld Thomas •• drova to drove to Maxiue's im aunt mother's - Thompson 1 Harrv at Lu Verne City Harold Clark, the latter's son, and reunion at the Swea City park Audrey Underkofler, all of Ban-j Sunday, croft, visited the women's father, J. C. Underkofler, Saturday even-1 Lone Rockers Make Los Angeles Visit Los Angeles, July 26 — Ardent sports fans, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Priebe, Lone Rock, la., were recent southern California visitors. They met "Welcomettes" at the All- Year Club's Free Visitors' Information Bureau here, and got help at planning details of the rest of their visit. After Los Angeles, they were to return to their home. ing. The George Thompsons drove to Fort Dodge Monday to see Jeanette Mason, hospital patient there, and a sister from Wisconsin, who was visiting her. George Schnell, Chokio, Minn., and his daughter Viola visited at Jacob Telcarnp's last week Wednesday, on their way home from. Fort Dodge. The William PoppeS went to Nevada Sunday to bring home Murrlen, who had visited her grandmother, Mrs. Prior, since July 4. Mrs. Asa Warner, son Harold, Mrs. Irene Giles, Des Moines, and the latter's son are spending this week at the Oko'bojis. Edith Logan has returned from Alden, where she spent a month with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nuenfeldt. Fern Jackson and a Miss Wagner, of Hunt's hospital, Fairmont, visited Friday afternoon ut Richard Zielske's. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Estlund, o£ Fort Dodge, called at N. A. Pingle' Saturday. Mrs. Estlund is Mr. Pingle's niece. Mrs. Hazel Jenks, Fort Dodge, spent the week-end with her father, Oliver Marquis. Harold Randall, Mason City, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Lawrence Pingle. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson spent the week-end with relatives at Watervllle. The Edward Christs, of Forest City, visited relatives here Sunday. WORK ON NEW LU VERNE GYM IS UNDER WAY Lu Verne news shorts: Mrs. Clai once Hill, Fort Dodge, and be children spout Sunday with th former's mother, Mrs. Henrietl Norlhrup, and the sister, Mrs. A W. Dimlor, Ruth Ann Marty, Algo na, spent the week-end with he grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hour Kubly. Mr. and Mrs. William Bee nen and Mrs. George Stoddard, o Henwlck called on friends hot Sunday. I'aUcrson Fnmily Tins Reunion— A Patterson family reunion wa held at the Lu Verne pant Sui day, with 49 in attendance. Off cers for next year were elected president, C. W. Patterson, of Lu Verne; vice, Mrs. Belle Dearborn Stone City; secretary-treasurer Mrs. Victor J'oncin, Gait. The ne.\ reunion will bo held at the Clea Lake state park. Towns repre sented were 3,-eckenrldge, Minn Gait, Charles City, Stony Citj Corwith, and Ledyard. Lutheran Toucher to Leave— Erwin Koch, who has been teacher of the local Luthera church day school for some year* has completed summer schoo studies at Iowa State college, n Ames, and will soon leave for hi home at Peoria, 111. He plans t attend Crantley 'college there thi coming school year, but will b here Sunday to play the pipe-orga for church services the last time Former Jfiirse is Mother-Word has been received of th birth of a daughter to Mi 1 , an Mi&. Robert Munay, Lo<s Angele on July 21, named Roberta Kay Mr. and Mrs. Murray have one oth er daughter. The local grand par ents are the W. B. Murruys an the Fred Wolfs. The mother wa Alice Wolf, a registered nws SAFETY SAM SAYS Use your hand to signal your in tentions, not to shake the ashes of your cigarette, or to wave at th boy friend across the street. You are the one man who can' see the wobble in your automobil wheels. We can quickly tell yo if they are properly aligned. WM. C. DAU, GARAGE Phone 165. South Dodgi i^MeDRINKWITH'VITAMIN'D" RADIO REPAIR ED GENRICH Phone 520-W At Bjustrom's AU tjiies—all models. Auto Badlos a Specialty. 42-45 Small Loans Up to $300 QH AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK BOUSEHOIP Trojapt, courteous, confidential senrtce. NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO to otflcf SPEEDWAY If you want a big and husky tire — built for tough going — at a really low price — get Goodyear Speedways today. Rugged, tough long- wearing tread with non-skid grip . . . strong, supple Supertwist Cord body . . . Goodyear quality features . . . With lifetime "guarantee. R ! ! BATTERY SERVICE I ECHARQINQ ENTALS EPAIRS OADSEiVICE • Complete up-to-the minute service on «11 makes vt batteries. Dependable rentals. Guaranteed new GOODYEAR BATTERIES GOODYEAR C-J All-weather The new 1938 edition gives more safety and mileage— at regular prices 1 OOQDYBAH R-X AS LOW At 53c A WEEK A top quality tire—crammed with mileage . . . packed with value. GOODYEAR SEAT COVERS • Protect upholstery and clothes against dirt and dust. — 1 -—••••-••— -— -Easy to install, Stall cars. (Colors to Wend -with car in- I teriors. 1*495 UluH OSer^ce PAGE THHBM who was graduated from the Hampton/Lutheran hospital. Jfcw I'nroclilnl Teacher Comes— Elsie Meyer, Lotts Creek, her sister, Mrs. Edward Peter, Breckinridge, Okla., family and .the latter's The women are Mr. Dehnert's sisters. Other LnVerne. Gueste at R. L. Surdy's Sunday ....- -me HILICI o were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buhr- Verne callers Fri-jmester and Marcen Hagge, of Sum° one ofiner. Russell and Abbie Wood, of hpfPnh.«M T , tne teachers In the Lutheran day RChool here during the coming school year, and with her mother will live at the teacherage. Mrs. Peter's husband Is a Lutheran minister. KcInUves Visit Hospital I'aliont— last weetc with the V. E. Tooheys. The Tooheys went to Sheldon Sunday to bring home Mrs. D. C. Toohey, who had been visiting there. Earl Richeson, Waterloo, and a son came last week Thursday to visit the H. D. Meyers, and Mrs. Mrs. DeSoto, sister, Mercy .las.. Zweifel, Mrs. George * ------ ...... - --• — •'" n«iyu, ut i e . . eyers, an rs. Breckenrldge, Minn., were guests W. A. Vehshlage went home with of the Patterson families. The 1 " Clarence Jurgensons, Corwith, were at Fred Wolf's. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, daughter HUldegard, and Cecil Rosliag, Fort Dodge, came for an ice cream social given by the Lutheran | young people last week-end. Mrs. | Mary Jutte and her daughter An- TJI i'rT i - rat jna spent the same day at A. D. , Fort Dodge. Mrs. JBurtis home. Corwith, Mr. and Maxine Steussy, Clear Lake, is Thompson, Ledyard, , , Lottie Mason, and Mcsdanies J. L Lichty, Irvin Chapman, and Max I atterson spent Monday afternoon with them at Fort Dodge. Deliiicrt Sisters Visit, Here— Guests at Edw. Dehnert's early in the week were Mrs. Ida Woollin and Inez Marie, Lake Mills, Wis , and Mrs. Kate Theede, Waterloo, daughter Zelda, and spending the week, with her grandmother, Mrs. Elsie Steussy. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stoussy, brought her Sunday and spent the day here. Mrs. Dillon Mack, DCS Moines, and her son Arthur, are visiting the different Kubly families hereabouts, also the A. D. Burtises. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jutte. them. William Peck, Eagle Grove, spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs. Max Block. He is moving to Wisconsin soon. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling. Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinda. Equipped to do all kind* of hauling and draying. PHONE 898 Algona, lom EXCLUSIVE AT THIS STORE Nelson & Lensing GROCERY Phone 290-291 Betty Conley, Livermore, spent Bargains Worth Coming Miles for Wed., July 27 to Won. August 5 "Prices Quoted in this Ad Subject to Quantities on Hand Only Dresses - Values to 8.00 Gorgeous Dresses of lace, silk sheers, hopsacking, linens, plain crepes, all sizes, going at only 3 Silk Hose - Regular 1.00 Rollins or Admiration finest Silk <m />Q Hose, good colors, _ . sizes 8% to 11, at 2 Pair 1 Dresses - Values to 3.95 Linen Dresses and fine cotton dress- <fl QO es. Just the thing for warm fall weather at , 1 Slips Regular $1.98 AO _ Taffeta Slips __» FOC Anklets Regularise quality at Sportswear Entire line of beachwear, swim suits, play suits and sun suits, now on sale at If If Formals Hats 12 reg. $5-$8 light formal dresses __ 25 Spring Hats only ,_. 25c Shoes Boudoirs Odd pairs, of ladies, children's Odd Pairs of House Slippers _ $1 Wash Dresses Crash, Organdies and Prints, sizes 12 to 44 ' Regular to 1.25 Shirley Temple Dresses All sheer summer dresses for children, regular $1.98, at 69 "l 19 While Shoes The final clean-up on our White Shoes, plenty of good sizes left, Values to $5, at only 1 98 Knee Length Silk Hose Regular 79c Medium and dark colors, but a buy at only 49 Pajamas and Gowns Cool Batiste, Seersucker and print gowns and pajamas. Just the thing for warm' nights _ __ Girdles CA p er -Mt Girdles, wL regular $1.25 _ All Summer Bags now at __ __ *^^^^^ Coats and Suits Less than Y2 Price Will sell any Spring Coat or Suit for One-Half Price and some less—look them over. Slacks Reg. 79c to $1.00 children & ladies Blouses 24 Silk & Linen Spring Blouses-_ Shirts Just a few of these reg. $1.00 Hats 20 Spring and Summer Hats __ SOc 50c Dotted Swiss, Voiles. Piques prints, sizes 14 to 48 and Odd Lot of Silk Hose ^ _ _ 39c Children's Wash Presses _________ 39c Smart Hats, reduced to _$1.00 Knit Panties -__,__., , Wash Dresses - Regular 1.98 149 •^••••••^•••i Cartwright Linen Dresses Also Joyce Gould Linen and Vita- \/ n » linen Dresses, plenty of style A rriC£ Paradise Footwear $3.85 Summer Suits _. .-One^Half Price Knit Dresses, regular $11.75 $5,95 Silk Laste^ Girdles .'*.-.».. ^ /Ik^E-li

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