Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1938 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1938
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PAGE EIGHT KOSSTJTH COUNTY' ADVANCE: ... ffff/ ¥311 can get it with THE LONG MILEAGE GASOLINE rSTANOABDjllDEAlEB Moth Proofed Cleaning Phone 537 Cooler because they're Cleaner! FNJOY all that summer has to offer and look smart and cool at the same time! That sounds hard to do during these torrid days, but it really isn 't. Frequent cleaning of your light clothes not only makes them look better, it also makes them cooler to wear. That's a fact that's been tested and proved. Modern Dry Cleaners We Deliver HARVEST TIME AND si-Cola Mr. Farmer enjoy this fine Cola at home— large double size bottles cool and refreshing with your meals or.. in the harvest field. Buy Pepsi-Cola by the case. REFUSE IMITATIONS SOLD EVERYWHERE FORT DODGE BOTTLING WORKS ^DISTRIBUTORS Cottage Beauty Shoppe 119 SO. MINNESOTA ST. PHONE 128 All permanent^ reduced during tlie mouth of August. Prices include Shampoo, Finger Wave, and Hair Cut, Realistic $4.50 Duart Ooil $3.75 Nu Pad Oil $8.00 Style X Oil $2.00 Shampoo and Finger Wave .50 Oil Shampoo and Finger Wave .75 Satisfaction Guaranteed. EDNA GILMORE THELMA AMAN WEISBRODS, OF FENTON, HOME FROMjUAUNT Traveled 7700 Miles in Trip to Coast and. Return. «y .Mrs, F. If. Fenton, Aug. 2—Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, daughter Florence, and Louise Baker, the latter ot Des Molnes, got home Sunday evening from a six weeks • tour in tho west and Canada. In their jaunt in a dozen more states and Canada, there were many unforgettable sights which will De topes of conversation for many moons to come. One of the outstanding features of the trip was the copper refiner- es and potash mills at Salt Lake ,-ieu August lu to City; another the salt flats which I Jr., only son o£ Mr stretch for miles outside the city I Stewart Sr. on which is a race track where a vorld record was made last sum- ner. The party brought home ome of the salt as a souvenir. See Giant Trees. S IFTV HSU: Shower for Miss Dahllmiiscr— Josephine Dahlhauser. was honoree at a miscellaneous pro-nuptial shower Tuesday afternoon at the home b'f Mrs. George Stewart Sr., Mrs. R. J, Stewart assisting. There were 40 women' present. At 2:30, when the guests were all seated, a "bridal party" marched In at the tune of The Old Gray Mare, with Mrs. Fred Gelgel at the piano. A mock wedding cei-3- mony was performed, Avith Mrs. Cleve Stewart as the bride, Mrs. Fred Parks as bridegroom, Mrs. John Simon Jr. as bridesmaid, Mrs. Mike Loss Jr. as best man, Mrs. J. W. Little as flower girl, Mrs. Grace Phillips as ring bearer, and Mrs. Frank Shilts as minister. The rest of the afternoon was spent writing advice and recipes lor the 'bride-to-rbe and in hemming dish towels for her. The house was beautifully decorated in pink and white streamers, also the table and a basket containing the gifts. Miss D'alilhauser is to be m'ar ried August 10 to George Stewart and Mrs. Geo. JUNKERMEIER REUNION HELD ATLJM/ERNE Lu Vefne, Aug. 6— A family reunion, perhaps largest at the L»Verne park this season, was that of the Junlcermciera Sunday, attended by 65 relatives of the local Fred Fritzenielers. The out-of- towners came early to attend Sunday school and morning service at the Evangelical church, then all went to the park, where a picnic dinner was served, after which tho time was .spent at visiting. Towns represented were Sioux Rapids, Ledyartl, ' Storm Lake, Schallor, Charles City, Keosauqua, Hockford, Rembrandt, Grove, Grafton, Hubbard, Linn Kensett, Rudd, In contrast the next few days of he tour were spent in heights and t lakes. Redwood trees in Yose- lite park 3,000 to 4,000 years old -ere seen. The road ran right hrough the trunk of one of the- •ees. Oother interesting sights in the 'osemite were "Al Capitan," a olid granite mountain, two times arger than Gibraltar; Yosemite alls, nine times higher than Ni- sara; Mirror lake, with perfect eflection; and a tunnel a mile Tig. ' , On the way to San Francisco the irty stopped to see the Klingle- ofer family at Atwater, Calif., for- Weds Hurt Yonth— Leona Llchter, daughter of Henry Lichter, Algona, and Dean Clapsaddle, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, Bart, were married Tuesday at a Catholic rectory n.t Cedar Rapids. After the ceremony, the newly-weds left for a short wedding, trfi* in Iowa. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school, and for the last few years has been bookkeeper' for Pratt Electric Co. She has a brother wlio is a veterinary at Burt The bridegroom, a Coe college graduate, is a medical student at the Iowa City university The couple will malce their home when scl1001 starts — ••-*•« .11. u L. LlHiJ. C, tliC urists inspected the lovely home id garden. Later they crossed the &an Francisco bay bridge, a 6-lane highway eight miles long which cost $13,000,000. Clilmitomi Toured. A tour of Chinatown under guidance of a young Chinese university student gave an insight into Chinese customs. The next morning the Fenton tolks set out again, via the Golden Uite bridge, longest suspension bridge in the-world, with a close view of Alcatraz Island, where dangerous federal prisoners like Al Capone are kept. The party then proceeded north along the coast. Burbank Gardens Visited. A brief stop was made at Santa Rosa to visit the Luther Burbank gardens. At one point traffic was held up four hours to clear away mountain landslide. There were many evidences of forest fires. Bandon, Ore., had been completely I'll 1*rt i-.rt i..*-J Hcbeliuh Committees Jfnined— The Rebekahs met last week luesday evening, and committees were appointed;- bunia-l—Mrs. E m ?J a Eelinert, Mrs. Carrie Wright, Mrs. Millie Klamp; flower-Mesdames Tena Behrends, Carrie Wrl f htl Lila Riddle; visiting— Mesdames Alma Green, Maude *rost, Esther Barton r draping- chanter—Mesdames Mabel Lund Esther Barton, Ruth Lund, Lore- na *r , e; fcuyfoS— HesAimus Al- KT-l--_ ~, .. _. Millie Fonda, Craig, Keister, Minn., and Lu Verne. The organization has no officers. The last Sunday in June is the next date for the reunion, and the pace is to be Lost Island, near Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson, of Craig, remained for a sf-veral days visit at the Fritzmeier home. Mrs. Johif- son was tho sister of the late Mrs. Fritzmeier. Foiir-U Club resident Lcnrcs— The Sherman Shiners 4-H club met twice last week. Wodnesda- evening the cluo had -a fatowefl party for the president, Docothv W ° ta to live at anniversary- of church near that the Lutheran" Club Meeting liftce The Good Will club's Augtist meeting place has been changed to Mrs. H. T. Bltimer's, with Mrs. tf, L. Meyers assisting. The date ts August 18. Heavy Rain Washes Out R. R. Road Bed Whitlemore, Aug. 2— iSome 25 men from Ruthven, Cylinder, Al- gonn. and Whlttemore were called out Saturday evening to repair the Milwaukee road bed at a 'point where water had washed it out. Trains were delayed seven hours, including the evening passenger. The rainfall Satui'day afternoon was heaviest on record here. Oats bundles were to be seen floating down a creek.'""Tlireshlng will be held up for most of the week. The gutters along main street here overflowed in the storm and the street was covered with water. Cellars were filled with from two inches to two feet of water. - » Irvington Reports Sick Horses Scarce Irvington, Aug. 2 — Only a few cases of sleeping sickness in horses have been reported in fllifa and neighboring vicinities. J. M. Cox is said to have one sick horse. Elliot Skilling, Algona, and' Hrnest Bonnstetter, Coi'wilh, also '-have horses with the disease. Doctor Fox reports that he and Doctor CREPE THE PEHflCTJABRIC FOR OEWCT FITTING and " "'"o» »» n\j its lUHViiig LU JIVO It. t — — •-••— —~,,_,. Ottumwa. Thursday afternoon' „ lwi » k el have vaccinated more than regular meeting was held Jn " ''""" " "" '" ~* Marjory Mc'Clellan hosier'; Dorothy reviewed lesson? on ing rugs, while Kathleen AlcCle!- mn. gave a health talk. The rest oi. the lesson hour was spent on the girls' demonstration. Monday the girls took examinations to decide who would represent tho club in' the countyjiealth contest. AM Holds Annual Picnic— turned. The Columbus highway drive, ~~"** J •*"&-« n <O,Jf UllVCf with Bonneville Dam and the salmon sifllhvay, only such spillway n the world, were visited via Puget Sound, Seattle, and Tacoma to Sedro Woolley, Wash., where a veek was spent with the H H Stiyers, former Fentonites. Mrs tiyer and Mrs. Weisbrod are eis- ers. Also Grand Coulee Dam. A call was also made on Grace tiyer at Billingham, where the | ^—"ff^'at ma Nelson, Elsie- Rice, Klamp ; reporter — Mrs. Emma Dehnert; instructor— Mrs-. Carrie- Wright. -i Surprise for tlie Taylors- Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor were taken by surprise Sunday, when ail of their children arrived for a fam- the ily reunion, also- to- celebrate 16th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. W. B. Rae, Mason City. The four Taylor daughters 'are Mesdames Earl Schmutz, Herington, Kans.; Merle Webster, Algona; W. B. Rae, Mason CTtyr and Harold Peterson, Cedar Falls. The Taylor only son is Edward, Jr , Earlville. Grandchildren here- were SMrley Ann Schmutz, Darlene and Richard Peterson, and' Monabelle arid- Edward Taylor III. annual picnic of the Metho Aid was held at the local par , t ^ k Wednesday afternooi out with a smaller attendance tha •usual, because of the busy farmin season. Games and contests wei m charge of the president, Mr Albert Genrich, who was assists by Mrs. Harold Sorenson and Mrf Ray. Stone A picnic dinner wa served. Mrs. E. Schroeder, Ceda .tails, was an out-of-town guest. 3%1it to Demo. Convention— Mr. and Mrs. .M. M. Lowmille Mr; and Mrs. George Hanselman Mr i. and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman and Mr. and Mi-s. Frank Hoffman Livermore, were at. Des Moine last week Wednesday to attend th democratic state, convention A except Mrs. Lowmiller and th Hoffmans werp delegates. Farewell for Paroclifal Teacher— A farewell party was given Sun day evening- on the church lawn for- Erwin Koch, who • had been teacher at the Lutheran Christian day -school'here for several years Trendies Anniversary Sermons— The Rev. L. Wltteriburg was Aurelia Sunday, and preached L wu sermons In celebration of the GOth OTHEtt SOCIETY. A Legion Auxiliary board meeting was held Monday afternoon at the L. W. Fox home, and eight members attended: Mrs. J. R Pelisek was appointed' first " president; Maxine Momyer :ary. Tones Tuesday afternoon, honoring BelTe Peltier, Seattle, "Wash. Th at visiting C3-•«••"-*« II iiCl C IJ-IC group also saw Mt. Baker. It was ^es of contract were in play The Baptist Aid' meets this af- I^J"* T? rizes Wer f given i at 2:30 at the' church ' *, e Dorcas society meets this - Mrs. George Mahoney entertain-L F 1 ^' ?' H> Chri scMles entered the Laf-tlot bS club ^f ^ ned ber ™ dse club W^rda: unufce cmo or afternoon. There were two tables 'locked roads. Another" calfwas £" Ual i y ' ll * alli nade on Howard Stiyer, at Kirk- rhomas Schultz: and. From there the party pro- eeded to the Grand Coulee dam in r tion in the Dalley ' tmveT n ' GOING AWAY? \ • Then you will want a "Travelers" personal accident < : ticket—25c per day, 10 days, $2.00. ! '• Be sure you are equipped with our Motor Road Ser- I ' vice. Automobile Insurance with our agency in- ',', eludes carefree motoring. Enjoy your trip and drive '' with safety and protection. ! '• Full map service and tourists' guide for the asking. ! '• THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY i i Phone 55 C. R, La Barre ! I . " -—••»" ---Muv vuiioi.1 u.li~ tion in the world, and will reclaim thousands of acres of surrounding- arid country. The dam will be completed in 1942. A visit to Glacier park, Mont., where the tourists crossed the mountains over Logan Pass, high among the glaciers, was memorable. From the heights of the glacier the tourists traveled to- thousands of acres of level wheat land in Canada. They saw one' 1500-acre field destroyed in ten minutes by a hail storm. In Canada they spent a week with the Max Daus, .former Kossuth farmers. The Daus live at a town called Three Hills. Mrs. Dau is another sister of Mrs. Weisbrod. "Stamjiede" at Calgary. One day was spent at Calgary, attending a "stampede," which provides all the thrills and spills of a gigantic rodeo. After leaving Canada, Yellowstone park was the next goal, where such wonders as the hot springs, geysers, canyons, bear- feeding, etc., were seen. Then, touring homeward, the party traveled through the beautiful Black Hills, with their needles and other sights. 1'ageant at Custer, S. D. An interesting diversion hero was a parade and pageant at Custer, S. D. The history of the discovery of gold there, the ' pioieer days, the growth of Custer, etc., were presented. Other places of interest were | Lead, where the richest gold mine in the world is located; Deadwood, around which is centered the his- itory of Calamity Jane and other characters; and, last! but not least, the beautiful "castle" and "pinnacles" of the Bad Lands, which lead eventually into the wheat fields of eastern South Dakota and to the corn fields of Iowa. Home, Best of All. A two day visit was made at Hugo Denker's, Mrs. Denker being a daughter of the Wetsbrods. The Weisbrods say It was ama_- ing to find people from Iowa, or relatives and friends of Iowa people, at practically every stop. ,But to the four travelers, who still live in Iowa, it was a relief and a high pleasure to return at last from the 7700 mile journey—no mishaps and only two flat tires—to the state where joy abounds and the tall corn grows. HAVE YOU A BOOM TO RENT? Many wUl be needing rooms soon. Try an 44vance For-Rent ftd. ifternoon was spent .nd sewing. The Idle Hour bridge club me i for one oclock luncheon Wednos- with Mrs. Dg White, of are and Dalley ' tmveT ' was- Ibw:. and Mr e- Jas. ! SELL YOUR GRAPES, > PEARS Good Bye All Summer Dresses ANNEX This is the last clearance of the season—everything must be sold this week so we can begin our Fall plans. Every summer dress must be sold regardless of cost. We have taken dozens of fine silk dresses from the Main store and have placed them into one big lot for QUICK CLEARANCE. In addition, we have about 100 silk dresses which are the final clean-up of our ANNEX stoctt-EVERTHING i n the ANNEX goes. So cowe prepared to supply your immediate as well as your future needs, at this sale. Just three price ranges—EVERYTHING MUST FIT INTO one of them and here they are- ' - ' 1 $1.88 $2.88 $3.99 all sizes frojpa 13 tp $0—all. prices included. 400 horses, and so far noire of them have contracted the disease. Ten new cases were reported' around Algona Sunday, and three more Monday. > Former Algona Boy Returns for Visit Irvington, Aug. 2—Mr. and Mrs. X3. C. Cnunmond, Lansing, Mich., •arrived at Ralph Lage's Friday 'evening, but went on to South •Dakota to visit other relatives Saturday morning. Mr. Crammond, a nephew of Mrs. Alice Duryea here, was a son of the late W. J. Crammond, Algona harness dealer. He attended the Algona schools, later taught in Coe college, and now teaches voice, piano, and musical instruments at Lansing. Youth at Irvington Will Join the Navy Arlington, Aug. 2 — Le Roy Scheppman, accompanied by Harold Sabin, went to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday to take an examination for the navy. He passed the examination there and was sent to IDes Moines for further examination and instruction this week Tuesday. Le Roy is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman Sr., and he had long planned the navy when old Crepe Mnrcco is a fabric nationally f n . moils for its luxurious and sof|. f |rapm g qualities. It looks, feels and wears like 'the most expensive of silks, although ii is woven of high quality, nll-rayon yarn. It is as washable as a hankie—and will never sag, slrelcli or pull out at the seams. Marie Dressier Dresses have a national reputation for perfect, fit. They are specially designed and specially proportioned to answer*.the dress .problems of the larger woman. If you want the thrill of a dress that fits perfectly—in the shoulders, across the bust, at the waist, in the hips' —try on a Marie Dressier. You can hav.- them in tailored and dressy stybs. 3072—Marcco crepe mono* tone splnah print, widi front panel am] hidden white vestce, and ornamental bow. Shirred Bhonldera and iiteevce. Slid 38'/j to 52</j In navy, teat blue, wine and alate blue. HALF SIZES For figures of average bust and large hips. QUARTER SIZES For figures of still larger hips, but smaller bust. • ''An AliJlayon^Fabric 4T1HT1B | || Lrischilles gj TT 1 <Q> JEJL jjj. $3,98 d l 1 on entering enough. Two at Good Hope are 'Onjhe ShelF Good Hope, Aug. 2—Earl Riley, who works for Mrs. Eva Mittag, is suffering wjth a painful infection' m an ear. It was necessary to have a doctor early Tuesday morning to ase the pain. Durwood Mittag is F, 6d With a badly smasn- ? Sei ' °" hls vight hand when he dropped the end- sate of his truck on It. The n«« ']« I re1moved as soon as the mger heals sufficiently. Final clean-up Cotton Summer Dr< CHRISCHILLES ST01 This week cleans us up on all summer ( dresses in-fine sheers—voiles, blister i sheer muslins and dimities and dark-g., dots. This is positively the last call andfj reducing the price for quick clearance, i includes sizes from 14 to 50—all good this y styles and fabrics that are fast color. Alt dresses are from, our regular stock—no i ed "close-outs"-or misfits or "seconds." of .these dresses sold regularly for $1,91 there are some in the lot which sold at$2.45J $2.98 but the price on the lot is the san come, first served—while they last- good-bye forever at only BUTTER- couNTitY fmrnm KOLL, 2 bs ____ OOC CHEESE-^ Amer. or Brick, Mf 2-lb. box ______ 45C —— — ^.^ Sunkist Lemons Dozen 25C BOILING BEEF- Lean Plate, FRESH FISH Perch Fillet, Ib, 204 White Fish Fillet -28<i KAFFEE HAG, LI)., can ____ 45c : ——fi^-P^H Home Grown CABBAGE, AT 1C Cobbler Spuds BU, 75c ^ 4ft-k Peck | 3(5 CHERRIES No. 10 49c STANDBY CORN FLAKES, pkg. __ SODA CRACKERS * II). box PRICES Palmolive Soap ^Bars- Jar Dozen. Balloon Soap < Sib. box —— 15* RICE SUPER SUDS, UR RINGS pkgs, __: BOYAI, -to* 5 IDs, ™ size GRAHAM 2 11). box r£« SEEDLESS KAISM 2 II*. pkg. ;U POWD. SUGAB 3 Ib, pkg '?] CLAUBEB OttBi 10'Oz, can -- jar « >Caas- BabyFpoiJ 23e Northern Tiff we 22c f Bolls, Honey Cake 2for— bottle—r ^^^|H^ ^^^t^^^ p^^^»^^5^^_^^^^^^^^^pi^^^^^^^ff^^w jj Cut Rate Grocer t*******^*^ , T;* „,,»«,M

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