Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1938 · Page 3
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, AUGUST 11. 1938. GOUNTV ADVANCE. IOWA IONORS GUEST FROM CANADA ledyard, Aug. 9—The Looft fam- f had a get-together picnic at j v Looft's Sunday to honor Wili Looft, visiting here from Sas- IchewRii, and attending were Margaret Looft and the Fred tits, Swea City; the Albert and | n ic Loofts and the N. A and Urcnce Pingles, all of Ledyai'd; I Henry Loofts, Fenton; and tho l rge Wordens, Burt. Mr. \Vor- 1 and the honor gue^t were boy"d friends. Monday morning N. -Plngle and Georgo and Ediv, 1ft took William to Minneapo- lanci from there he left for by train. *• ' isils 1'al.tent Has Hemorrhage—little Carol Reno, whose tonsils •e removed at Spencer last week Isday, suffered a severe hem- jjiage Saturday evening, but is •roving now. She Is the claugh- |of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno, and TReno operates a pool hall here. , Max Nitz Still Sick— •r. and Mrs. Otto Loago, El|e, daughter Helen, Air. and , Haugen, St. Claire, Minn., and piss Broughton, Jlanlcato, were •day visitors at Max Nit/.'s, Mrs. m is still confined to bed and • treatment for goiter. Irclt Again Next Sunday— Thurch services and Sunday fool will be held at regular fd next Sunday at the Metho[ church, after a two weeks va- jpn during which the Rev. and Hammer were away. Frank Gotch Sleeps rSH~ M •most celebrated wrestler •sportsmanlike methods he Tom taUght l ° sc »°°lboys •ooldt cemetery. Th, Albert Lea Tribune, """ off for a little tic Honors n Birthday— |r. and Mrs. Tlce Brack, If" Relatives from out-of-town who ing from Milwaukee Mil-Mrs. Wilson Brack, F. T. Lew- kncl the latter's son Lawrence fce to Spirit Lake and Arnold's ft Sunday for a picnic honoring ion's birthday. wii- Satui 'day morning were William Nechanicky. William Nef%? lC %£'™ A , M «1«d Nochan- J Glenn Behsc Improved— |M. Glenn Behso, who lias been [ several weeks with a serious "at infection, Is somewhat halibut still abed. Her sister, bt&y Stubbe, is there. jent Home from Hospital— . D. 0. Friets was brought . from a Buffalo Center hos- last week Tuesday. She has jvered from an appendicitis op- (joa. | Other Ledynrd News. and Mrs. James', Smith, Lali, spent Saturday evening and Tday at W. E. Wiemer's. Mrs. J Anderson's parents, Water- I, spent Sunday at the Anrter- Ihome, Mrs. Verne Engstrom, Bn City, and Lola Wylam, Fay- J were dinner gueste Saturday ling at D. B. Mayer's. n. Le Roy Anderson,. Radcliffe, It Sunday at L. W. Wiemer's. lYahnkes were at Arnold's The Edw. Chrtats, Forest visited relatives here and : evening guests at William fy's. The Howard Jensens were pell, guests of Howard's par- lover the week-end 1 . Blyn Mayne, who is completing pse at the Hamilton commer- 1 at Mason City, spen week-end at her father H. D fee's. •fiord Jenks, Ida Redinge IBetty Matzener, Eagle Grov It several days last week a fiett Matzener's. nes Leslie accompanied "' Wil [and Walter Leslie, Lakota. t Mplnes Friday to visit a.sister . and Mrs. Harold Herzog : Sunday at the parental to fn home at Mason City. Joseph Vorba Mrs. vicek Mr H'v t viceK, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Leslie o.nd Clara Lud- attended a ball game between Wesley and Ringsted. The Wesley Tigers were defeated, 10-4. n m a . Ca ! ix Baue rs. Mankato, camp Saturday to visit at Callx's brother Ralph's till Sunday night Mr. a nd Mrs. Emil Wester drove to Ames Sunday to visit their laughter Leila. The Vee Mullins -w ., at111E J nm etsburg, visiting at Mr. Mullin's cous'in Gordon - Carpenter's. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellig drove to Dos Molnes Friday to visit at their son Leo's. .,. Mr - and Mrs. J. ]_,. Meurer, •i.heryll Ann, and Jimmy drove to Irvlngton early Sunday morning, |and left the children at A. M (Lemke's, whence, accompanied by |Mr. and Mrs. Lemke, they drove on' • to Amboy, Minn., to visit relatives .and brought back A. M.'s moth3r, who had been there for some time Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dusold, Clear |Lake, visited the latter's parents, :Mr. ana Mrs. John Richter, Sun;«ay. Mr. and Mre. Benjamin Jos- lephson, Boone, were at Olaf Fun- juemark's. i Mr. and Mrs. Tom Igou, Mason City, brought the former's mother, Mrs. Lydia Igou, also Mason City, and her niece, Rose Hoffer, Waterloo, here Friday to visit Mrs. Igou's sister, Mrs. Agatha Haverly, and other relatives till Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Igou came for them, by hisU 1<atller Llnu « Elsenbacher, Fort _ — -™ 1 ,^ U .,, IO that it is I ° , e ' spent sever al days last This is his tomb in the Hum- ee at the P aren tal Ignatius Eis- Editor Burt Mav. of rim ellbach er's. The Ernest Sheets family, Britt, visited the Albert Renos from Saturday night till Sunday night. Hilda Goetz, nurse at an Old Soldiers home, Milwaukee, c'ame j last week Tuesday for a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and | Mrs. Anton Goetz, and other relatives. The A. J. Hoffers, Waterloo, tw las Shanks, Lucerne, Ind., and children, who 'visited here week with Mrs. Shanks' brot'he Albert, attended the family picnic Mr. and Mrs. George Hauptman Charles City., spent Sunday with the latter'e parents, Mr. and Mrs Anton Goetz. The Edw. and Wilfred Loeblgs with Mr. and Mra. Edmund Loeblg, were Sunday dinner guests at Ruu s Welter's, Corwith. Mr. Loe- )ig s sister, Mrs. John Huber, Buf- «lo Center, and her family were Iso there. Sunday dinner guests at the Anton Goetz home were Hilda Goetz, Milwaukee, the A. J. Hoffers, Waterloo, the George Hauptmans, ' — - 1 -' 1 t>*- ' LdUl'LlIlfcLIlEj, Lharlea City, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ooetz, Mrs. Loretta Lloyd, and the latter's family. John Mullins Philip Sheridan, Mason City. The child wae named Ellen Margaret Visitors at the Lael Root home Friday were Mrs. Root's parents Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan, of Clear Lake, and Lael's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Root, Ventura, called Monday. Visitoi-6 at J. L. Haverly's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Beck- :r, now of Denver, eons Billy, Eliot Waldschmldt, and Edna and Dennis Lickteig. The Beckers also! spent Tuesday at Haverly's, and left Wednesday for home, after two weeks here and at Algona. Matt Hanson, Doan, Passes Wednesday, August 3 at 83 Doan, Aug. 9—Matt Hansen, 83 OK? f j?, Denma rk, December 24 1855, died last week Wednesday after a lingering illness which be;an with a stroke a year ago. He 1 ———•*•«.^ j Kossuth hospital to Mr. and Mrs August Grendler, Armstrong. Mrs.' SnKuJ 1 ^ "? ent ' he Preceding Do " — 60n Roy i several grandchildren, and one great-grand- James, jeweler here. 'Mr. and Mrs. Maurice son Jerry, and Mary Lou jt er know Fl-ank Gotch ° f hira ' all(I hey was the of do S melon feed Monday. Rita Studer spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer. She worke at Garner. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lael Root was baptised Sunday, July 3], by the Rev. A. J. Wagoner, and sponsors were Mrs. Roots nlster, Mrs. Norman Alll- and The new Ing a son are dead. Funeral _ were conducted Friday at Doan church by the pastor, the dinner fr , W ' Ll Patte ™on, Titonka, and iter WQS in Buf)fal0 cemc hardware build- ' was opened for use Monday morning. There will be an official opening later. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt, Mrs. Al Wagner, Nina Mae, and Dwight were at Mason City last week Wednesday. Leo Studer, brother of Joseph, In hf-irtn l.tu^J _ » i . _ J - " District Superintendent Trendies— The Rev. W. G. Muhleman preached at the Doan church Sun- Other Donn Kews. Mrs. Van Hansen, Ottosen, with Mrs. Franz Teeter and Mrs. Verne Teeter, near Hobarton, attended he Matt Hansen funeral. Mrs. Helen Johnson, of Wesley, ssisted Mrs. Ruth Sparks with threshers last week. Grandma Byth suffered a heart attack last week Wednesday, but was improved Monday. Four Sleeping Sickness Cases. IrvinKlon, Aug. 8—Jos. Metllle day The Rev W I P f i lrvlnKlon ' Au K- «— Jos. Metllle "-. O n ..an a, u, mine inai nag Been j down with the disease, but is re- Glrriscs are Grandparents- )o^Xrsf— H ™ 7 - Thllge ^ - haa born Saturday at thejhas one in '^--4K where days • they .Sisters who Mrs. Barrel Mrs. Al,11 of Mrs. Ar- • •"• • anvi mis. Schultz, Sac City; Mr. and £ ohn , McGinty, Mrs. Amelia orecht, Mrs. Andrew Kirtz • Rockwell City; Mr. and ' Albreicht, Pocahontas, sor thur; Mathilda Schiwiderski ooldt; Rita Albrecht, Mr. Nechanicky was married to f"faret Otis June 4, 1934, and he had lived at Traer all his life. He died last week Thursday morning at Oakdale, where he had been a Patient three years and three months. .The Vee Mullin house is being given a-fresh coat of paint. . Emma Studer, with Zita Studar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stu. . der, and Rita Studer, daughter of •», , —» ——«» , nw."faMLCi Ut ^ r ' a ? d . Mrs -. J - ?-. Studer, got convent to been teachers in parochial school, and last week i """ Tuesday morning they attended a i roommates for>Qr\fi/\v> P«.. nr . f n n ii____ _ L . . , , came Saturday to visit Mrs. Hof' . - fer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetz. They went home Monday. The Charles Kraus family drove to Blue Earth Sunday to visit Lu- IIHMIIH ™^^^ CELEBRATING ALGONA'S CENTENIA i-) 10LCI es WHO —•«.» v" *JL*IIW«,J LU v 10IL lju- the Wesley | cille P1 °cker and her parents. Lu!„„,. ,-icille and Dorothy Kraus were when both attended aene a reception for Mary Lorenz when colle se at Ames. f ° e ,, e / ;ame a novice and received i Mrs - Ben Arndopfer and her in- j ;, te Veil at the convent. Mr l fant son were brought to the for- ana Mrs. Juliiug Lorez - mer>s Parental AUEHH* siom^r attending ... Juliius Lorenz and Cecelia, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wingert, got back last week Thursday, after the same reception. Nate Studer came home Wednesday from Iowa Flails, where he had spent a .week with his daughter Mrs. Bertha Rlchemeier. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Emry are moving to Algona this week. Mr Emry i s working at the Barry pool Dorothy Kraus came home Saturday from a week with relatives and friends at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flehler of • —— ."*.o, Ataii/u E lemer, 01 )t Rmgsted, and their daughter Dor- mer's parental August Siemer home Monday from the General hospital, Algona, where the baby was born August 4. Hilda Goetz took Mrs. Loretta Lloyd and the latter'e daughter Stella, Mrs. Rose Lloyd, and Jack Munson to Rockwell City last week-end to attend the third game in a state baseball tournament Mike Lloyd and Bob Studer played with the Bancroft Junior Legion team. Mr. and Mre. Albert Reno and their grandson Bobby Klrkpatrick, went to Arnold's Park Sunday, and there joined two of Mr. Reno's irothers and three sisters, with .he families, for Waterm ^i and West Bend and Mrs. B. P. McFarland ome Friday from South Bend iwnere they spent two weeks T their daughter, Mre,, William *""• the former Mary June e Sloan left Saturday for Nev- .0 visit her sister, Mrs. Golda W. bne was also to visit ird * before coming home. n. «- a vaoati °n from the ne office, where ebo fa an ' "a? Elsie Maberry is her place, as relief opera- " i unlon *as held at Sunday and from here M.T., Munson^ the Robert Oh, ui »8ons. and harlene, v and' Robert Mrs. Lewis Mun-— , ...m. two liaugh Monday at M. T. Mua t^a£%"J™*- B»os, two VrSfm ? S i hep ftB(} Wto S in Wi d s ? tur »ay from 1 m \yieconsin. Iowa's Centennial Year and March Kossuth County rfProgr s ess been hotel has taken her ot called at a d»r,Ji,r'' u t tUtty ' Mrs. RlJ^. ,\?aughter-in-i H w of the RlJey., NO COMMUNITY, and no state, stands still. .They either move forward or slide backward. IOWA HAS moved forward trenmedously in 100 years ;and Kossuth county has done its share toward helping that progress. SERVICE AND cooperation bring achievement in civic progress or business progress. With that thought in mind, this bank is striving with all its vigor, to serve, to assist, to please. THE OFFICERS and directors of this bank welcome you to Algona's March of Progress celebration, observing the Iowa Centennial year, We invite you to come in and visit, to make yourselves at home, to enjoy the hospitality of ''The Friendly City." IT WILL BE A PLEASURE AND A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU SECURITY STATE BANK Member Federal Deposit Insuraiwe Corporation All Deposit up to $$,000 Insured by U. S. Gov't. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS G. B. Murtagh, President J. W. Haggard, Vice President Frank Kholhaas, Vice President E. A. Schemel, Cashier R, W. Caldwell, B. J. Hough, T. C. Hutchison, M. G. Bourne, G. D. Shumpiy, H. M, Hauberg and D. C. Hutchison. - ilon Days August 17 & is These are value days at The HUB Clothiers This is the center for thrifty folks. Metis Worsted SUITS It takes $20.00 to $22.50 to equal them in fabric or tailoring, single or double breasted models JUST SELECT ANY STRAW HAT IN THE STORE, TAKE OFF £ THE PRICE AND ITS YOURS Work Sox Heavy gray mix Pair 3c HOT SHOT Men's 7-oz. cotton glove, double knit wrist, pair 5c Boys' Blue Chambray WORK SHIRTS Button through pockets, full sizes —age 6 to size i4i/> 19c Big 30 OVERALLS Kossuth County's Largest Selling Overall. Heavy 8-oz. sanforized—gradu- ated bibs—'blue or stripe. Sizes 32 to 50 98c The finest fitting overall we know. Satisfaction guaranteed. ONE LOT OF MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS BOYS' BIB OVERALLS Stripe only, pair 25c Men's Fairway Covert WORK PANTS Sanforized For These; Two Great Bays Entire Stock of $1.95 WASH SLACKS 98c •*"* You'll like this value. BOYS' TENNIS SHOES Brown upper, pair 35c Sizes 12 to 6. BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS Fancy pattern, full cut. Great for school wear. 33c . TI: * Men's Bayon DRESS sox Fancy patterns. A large selection, pair * J g e P en *>'> 1 « Clothing and Footwear for and B.. ,f,

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