Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1938 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1938
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MRS, AUG. BADE, OF WHITTEMORE, DIES AUGUST 2 Besides 13 Children, 62 Grandchildren are Living. Whitteinore, Aug. !) —: Funeral eervicos for Mrs. August Gade,' pioneer who died at her home south of Whitteinore last week Tuesday evening, were conducted at St. Paul's Lutheran church Fri- i day by the Rev. W. H. Dlscher pastor, who spoke in both English aurl German. Burial was in St. Paul's cemetery, south east of town. Mr. Gade was a member of the church. Mrs. Gade had been sick for a year, and in the morning of the day of her death she suffered a critical attack which ended fatally at S p. in. She was past 75 years old. To Kossutli Sli Years Ago. Mrs. Gade's maiden name was Mary Anna Voss. and she was born June 12, 1863, in Pommer Germany. In 1880 she was brought to the United States by her parents, who settled near Elmhurst, 111. On September 29, 1882, she was married to Ferdinand Bell, and they came to Iowa the same year, settliii!.' in Kossutli county. ' Mr. COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA VIEW OF ICE CREAM AND ICE PLANT able for the dancers. Another!champion club. Bancroft defeated dance will be held on August 22, Irwln, 8-1, In the first game or the »u_ —_- —u»-i— _t...i__ tournament, VKliN SORENSKN, Algona, lias been fined $2 plus $2 costs^ for speeding by " " * the same orchestra playing, Irvingfon Hoy C'elcbrnte*— Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank : SkllHng, celeb rated "his 16tli «P eedl » birthday Saturday and in honor of gj»« ' the event entertained .14 young 1 Noble costs friends. The afternoon was spent at ktttenball and other games, and refreshments were served by Mrs. ^ i'and Mike Pfeffer was fined like amounts on 'a. like charge. Both were given* until Saturday to pay, northwest, building, began business which today occupies this plant on nn ti,,. „ >"M"~ , ' Ta y' or fl rst began making ice cream, and he has th U e P extent g of ffi S r ^° ° n '. of thfl - b " t ta Als °» a ' ™" *"*««• **» ^ the Josephine Dnhlhaiisor liridc— Josephine, daughter of Mr. and •Roll H »,i • 10no i -.""'"r-V m '-i Jusepmne, daughter of Mr and wi d £ "KS™* l' S ™ *"• J- J ' Dahlhauser, West Bend, with six wmall children. In April 27. 1S!I4. s he was married to Mr. Gade. and to them seven children'gona were were born - | Wednesday George Stewart, son of •Mr. at 8 o'clock morning at St. Ce- Flower club Monday even-fag- in the assembly room of the library There were 18 persons in attend- laft »(„!,, ......™..-, 1.1,0. <.,auc unas i;ar.noiic church, b' HS5r£ s ^i^--& c ^ and Edwin Gade; Meyer. Mrs. . Mrs. Herman Meye Lohen- Calvin years ago he served three years as a school director in Hancock county. County IV. C. T. U. Meet Here— A county W. C. T. U. meeting was held at the local Presbyterian church Tuesday, with 25 in attendance from Bancroft, Swea City, and Algona. A pot-luck luncheon was served at noon, and in. the afternoon a program was presented. Mrs. V. K. Rising had charge' of musical numbers, and Dr. S. W. Skilling. , r , r ,, . „ :—: • A PERMIT .FOR a beacon light Men's Glnb Hns Party— 011 a f arm nol .u, of Swea City was Four losers of the "Henhussie"| I . cnues t 0[ j last week, In connection tournament bridge club entertain- with n now ly proposed Twin CIHef,- ed six winners at a dinner party Omaha air route. Negotiations last week Wednesday evening at werc n ] so under way for the es- Mrs. Oscar Anderson's country tabllehment of an:' in termed In to home. The club consists of men— i nm ii,, g f| e ld In the Ringsted vicln- eight members and two "spares." ] t y OTIfKlt SOCIETY. ! SniOOlY 1HJS DRIVERS must Mrs. Harold Walker entertained, have licenses renewed before Sepa group of women at one o'clock' tember 1 to avoid taking chauf- bridge luncheon Monday. Two ta- fours' examinations, it was an- bles were in play, and a Mrs. Pry- nounced Monday by the sheriff's or, Grand Rapids, Mich., won high, office. August 22 Is the only date Mrs. H. M. Potter being second. left on which licenses may be re- Mrs. Prypr Is visiting her. daugh- newed at Algona. 'If A TOTAL of 311 strokes, and bridge was played at three tables, Mrs. Roy Wooldridge winning high; Mrs. Chester Willey, second. 'Mrs. James Allen was a guest of the club. The First Lutheran young people's society had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Wednesday evening. Mrs. A. J. .Schnepf entertained the HI-Lo bridge club Tuesday evening at two tables. The W. f. T. U. will hold a bake ar^ n ^d BierSt S : ^ ™«-'O'™»OP? ana^cnar SniwiSe^T^r.'ir. 8 ^. 18 ^ ^^ ™* ^ ™' Ma- so Six Son.s Carry Casket. , The bride was attired in a light jgrey lace ensemble, with blue accessories. Her attendant wore spoke on Marijuana, which, , = . said, is a.harmful drug used by Mrs. Wille, who described many " dope ' addicts of the underworld, of the wild flowers in the park Mrs ' Jl c - sk °w, Wesley, county " president, ir/esided at a business meeting at which officers were elected: Mrs. Skow, . re-elected' president; Mrs. Cutler, Bancroft, vicff president; Mrs. Stockman, of S\vea City, secretary; Mrs. McCleary, Swea City, treasurer. illustrated her remarks with actual specimens, including, also,, some noxious weeds. „--_.„ discussion. Jhe hard maple wag most popular, with the American elm as second choice, and the oak as third. 'Mrs. Casey Loss sang a aolo, accompanied by Mrs. Vaughn Rising. The following committee will Both wore I'oses. corsages of assist at the state gladiolus show here Saturday and Sunday: Mesdames Leslie Dutton, E. J. MoBvoy, on. ouii.s iMrrf la.sKor. roses. T H Holm s T—fc'i "tv^ '' Pallbearers were six sons: Wm. A wedding breakfast was served | Keith J O F Pricl Ha^pi <^ 0 i^' Bell, West Bend, Otto Bell, Whit-j to the bridal party immediately af- C. C. Smith Henry Tladen temore: Robert Bell. Algona; Er- ter the ceremony at the home of Y ^ aden ' nest Gade. Emmetsburg; Hugo tlie bridegroom's parents, and nnd Herman Gade Gade. Algona; Fenton. From out of town attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Voss, son Walter, Mr. and Mrs William Voss, the Rev. Reinhold Voss, daughter, Helen, the George Behrendg family, all of Pomeroy; Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, of Rockwell City; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bottin and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bottin, Mountain Lake, Minn.; and the Charles Meyers, Newell. Rachel Clapsaddle 1 I. S. U. I. Graduate Bun, Aug. 10—Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and daughter Rachel and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle returned Saturday from Iowa City, where they had attended Rachel's graduation from the state university Friday. Rachel's roommate, Mary Stewart Bagley, came home with her for a week. . > .0, t , wedding dinner, with a huge wed" --/ •- —u —. , —«. m *« guests j j luwcr CIUD G' 1 ttie home of theJiride's parents, fair, with Mr. n, ,. ,-„. lt . . r jj anejr! C. C. Smith, Henry Tjaden. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whitte- inore, was appointed chairman ot a committee to have charge of a county the bride near West Bend, bridegroom here. The bride a short wedding trip. They will be at home here till January 1, when they will move to the Robert J. Stewart farm, northwest of Algona. R. J. is grandfather of the bridegroom. The newlyweds have both lived in the county most of their lives, the worked for some time at the Algonquin Confectionery. The bridegroom was graduated from the Algona high school a few years ago and is now in Pioneer Seed Co. employ. County Flower Club Meets— "Wild Flowers in the Ambrose A. Call State Park" was the title of a paper read by Mrs. Paul Wille, wife of the custodian, at a monthly meeting of the county and Mrs. _ . _- C. Smith, Burt, and Mrs. Paul Wille as other members. Celebrates 88th Birthday— "Daddy" Gunder, gardener south of town, reached his 88th birthday anniversary Tuesday, and in the evening 36 relatives and friends arrived to help him celebrate. They presented gifts, including cigars, and wished him many more happy birthdays. Next Sunday, Mr. Gunder will also celebrate the llth anniversary of his marriage to his present young wife. They expect to spend the day at Mr. Guilder's brother Clem's at Colo, in Story county. Mr. Gunder takes care of four gardens, besides his own, and he is still hale despite his age. He came to Iowa in 1867, and he has lived in Kossuth county 20 years. — u ~«. u ^. v«wv»i.itj fj\j jrctvi O, He never went to school, but many Cresco- Clinms Meet Saturday— Tlity Cresco Chums 4--H club's f!,. 0 (- ^,,4.? ^""uio * n ciU'Dfa tiist meeting since return from camp at Clear Lake was held Saturday at Phyllis Maxwell's, mem- bersr;. a- gw?st, and the leader at- OUI , mment at gpencer last week", A p nl , mo ,. Aiimn'inn riivtnn end ' A formei A1 * onlon ' Clnjton i'nery shop Saturday, beginning at 10:30 a, m.' REWRITES summarizing prJn- l news In Tuesday's Upper Des „. Plans for transportation to and' exhibits at Bancroft on Achievement day were discussed. Most of the program consisted of the demonstration on Frocks for Furniture, showing .how to make slip covers for chairs. This demonstration- was given on Achieve- ,ment day; by t&e demonstration team, Zel'da Long and Patricia Matern. Lakoto Society Meets Here- Mrs. Alwih Huenhold entertained the Presbyterian Missionary society , Lakdta, at her home here Friday, and some 30 persons were in attendance. Mrs. Huenhold's mother, Mrs. William Aalderks 1 , Lakota, who belongs to the society had been visiting her daughter, but went home Monday. TOie society held a business meeting and had a program. The rest of the afternoon was spent at visiting, and refreshments were served. Sixty Attend CC Itance— Approximately 60 couples attended a Country club dance Monday evening, Cec Hurst and his orchestra ploying. A cooling breeze rnadj- tn B - evening comfort- MIETEK, Titonka insurance: mair,. died sometime last week Thursday nigJit. His body -was ( found" early Friday morning on the ; steps-of liis home-by Forrest Hansen;, newspaper carrier boy. He had: been) evidently mowing weeds in the yard,, far one hand was still .gripping' the; Handle of a scythe jwhen, lie 1 was found. Mr. Meyor farmed in German township before' ( moving to-Titnnka In 1919. He was a township trustee, and was for many years president of the German township- school board. Surviving children are Mrs. Dick Sleper and Ben- Mfeyers, both of Titonka; FUNERAL SERVICES were held Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Lillie Webster, who died August 7 at the' home of "Her daughter, Mrs. F W Heidke, Eetiterville. She was an early settler- here, on a farm near Algonai wtiere- her parents pioneered' in- 1874',. when she was 1& For many years the Websters lived in AlgGrna, and Mrs. Webster's; husband; the late A. L. Webster; was Methodist church janitor. BANCROFT'S', northwest Iowa Junior L'agion ball champions ware- defeated;. 9^3, By Ottumwa in the- final game? of a state tournament at Rockwell' City Friday. In a second' game Bancroft was defeated', 8-1, b'y- Cedar- Rapids, last MEAT ON THE NEW FRONT. THAT'S LONG'S GROCERY DOLLAR J)AY Every town about Algona is having a Dollar Day. But why worry about saving a big dollar. Save the pennies and you can sure do that, in quality and price at Long's. Save the pennies and watch the dollars roll around into your pocketbook. OUR PRICES Ploney, new, 2 cakes for 25£ Roast Beef, Libby's in tins, at 22£ Ritz, large size, box —_23£ Fig Bars, new, 2-lb. box 25£ 2-Ib. can Polger's Cof fee Red Bag Coffee, drip grind, per lb. P'eaches, crate 89? Our Milk Fed Spring Chickens are Extra Fine. Phone for One. LONG'S FOOD SHOP WE BUY EGGS Use Our Qnick Delivery Ser*i«e. Phones 214 and 215 Plttman,- Mount Pleasant, totaled 307 strokes, for eighth place, SM5EPWT« S1CKM3SS In horses has hit five farms near Irvington, «uid many other cases are reported at Corwlth. Veterinarians are also being called for new cases of hog cholera, against Which many vaccinations have been made. ADAM HEIDEIlSCHEtDT, Algona, hns been fined $300 In district cburt by Judge Davidson for drunk driving, but If ho tfays $100 by December 1 the rest of the fine will be remitted, MANY L1VKSTOCK entries are coming In dally for the county fair, according to Secretary E. L. Vincent. The entries will bo the largest in number ever made In the history of the fair. MAUV lUilMJV won the Algona woman's tennis championship Sunday by defeating Ruby Turner, 8-0, G-8, G-4. The match was played on the Country club courts. Old Rice Plum Union T\v]i~ Im.s p Warter in >1 iri»K nnislKMi || 10 l u "'«y "I llHKh 'C'UH'Hliis iiml'i.. ii'igiHisr;;;^ 1 ;""^ BllClB lVtl, C .^W^l be": iLfSr- <"* Here Is a SUIT SALE You'll Like Hart Schaftner & Marx Made It Possible WORSTED SCHAFFNER » MAKX M u our profit, they would do likewise—RESULTS* THE LEUTHOLD STORES made a Great of NEW FALL SUITS at Prices we did not sible. Algona's Share Goes on Sale Friday AUGUST IZth HART SCHAFFNER & MARX, GORDIAN W O R - STEDS and TRIPLE TEST WORSTEDS in neat new patterns of Gray Blue, and Brown. Single and double breasted Nationally Advertised at $35.00 and $40.00, and well worth the money. i™.w, WHILE THIS CHOICE SELECTION O F TRULY HIGH GRADE SUITS LAST—You're Welcome- Models for Old and Young $34.75 Year Round Patterns and Weights Red Hot from Algona's Chrischilles Store t tfve- .*&%&. '<-$?„£.* And better SILK DRESSE&-the cream of the crop-new B enals, dashing styles, hopsackings, washables and every fabric of this season—they go at Half Price and Less . c -,-:r- C«ate and Suits at GIVE-AWAY PMCES-lBBKl 7_ s £C«n i 're!E w EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD .-.I AT THE ANNEX-every silk dress goes at these Mf"' 1*8* 2.88 3.99 All cotton dresses for 88c, or 3 for $1.65 I •!— - II •! I -' • _= g F DORIS DODSOX (JUNIORS) AND EX*! SIZES (46 to 58) PRESSES IN THIS SALE If You Like GOOD Clothes, You'll Be Pleased With this Lot ^^^H^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ _. *^^" > ^^I | P^MMHIMMI Not Cheap Suits But Right Good Suits Cheap! \ Super Bargains at Ann CLOSING THE SEASON WITH S ' VALUJSS. ; With continued hot weather— and prospects for cral weeks longer— news that we are further ing our dresses at the ANNEX should interest l vr ° T i n »"' Remember EVERY SILK AND C fcUMMim DRESS MUST BE SOLD. We wot carry a garment oyer. $2 88 if |*^~ fi|ie S N^ dosses for only^ $1 liJgh grade, well made, stylish silk dresses f» r you would expect to p«y for a cotton one. 51U88 9A«v^ prise «?f £** ?** ***• «*»» the Main S S iner? TJie* eftr)wei|t ? showi1 Jn AIgoI J^ cotton dresses 88c pn for final $ lights

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