Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1938 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1938
Page 9
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AUGUST ii, 1938 (STARS NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED 'AUJPAT L R, Lone nock, Aug. 0 _ Tho T ,„, Auxiliary met with M m . Hnlt|< Sprank last week Wednesday a f teruoon. Now officers wore instal Sinn 0 P "? l -»'- cl " d °''t. Mrs. N Mrs ' 0 " ow SECOND SECTION PIONEER SEED CORN PLANT NEARING COMPLETION **^—_—^_ at-arms, Mroy ' """ »;i«uiu roll, Mrs ;,•—"• Householder; histnri-m Mrs. Ralph Thompson; chap a Mrs. Emil Kraft; flowers Ten" Jensen; executive hoard, Mrs R Thompson, Mrs. N. L. Cotton, To, a Jensen; community — - « [ERE ARE A FEW of the Warner Bros, moving picture stars 1 are on the entertainment list the winner of the " March of ogress Queen contest., The Kos"" girl will be one of a group of -.'iris to be entertained ' at the »rner Bros. Hollywood studio a at the home of one of the •r«. The Queen contest closes turoay, - —-, -,,,,, «^uviues, Anna -— ? . legislation, Mrs. Harlev Braddock; radio, Mrs. N L Cot ton; publicity, Mrs.w. G.' Flalg. Mihrankeenns Are Guests— Mr. and Mrs. William Leopold and daughter Elsie, and Mr. and Mrs. George Leopold, all of Milwaukee, were Friday guests at Fred Wegener's. Mrs. Russell Thompson and son Jackie Durt spent the week-end there. All attended a picnic at Arthur Helden- withs, Whittemore, Sunday, in honor of the Leopolds. The Walter Thompsons, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Jensen, and the Henry Kuecks also attended. School to Open August 29— School will open here Monday August 29 with the following faculty members: Supt. V. V. Frye- D. W. Fernau, principal; Harold wood, Storm Lake, commercial- Leona Schulz, Wentzville, Mo., English and home economics; Dorothy Walker, Cowrie, Jr, high; Aria Wadsley, Early, fifth and sixth grades; Mary Gisch, Algona thlrd^and fourth; Margaret Schloeman, Esthervllle, first and second. Cotton Family at Home- Mr, and Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove to Fort Dodge Thursday getting Norma Shellito and Julianna Cotton, of Ames. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito, Ames, drove here, Mr. Shellito returning to Ames Sunday, and Mrs. Shellito remaining for a visit at Cotton's. Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cotton, Chicago, accompanied by Rachel Cotton, Maiden, Mass., arrived at Cotton's for a visit. liirthday Is Observed- Mr, and Mrs. Otis Sanders entertained Sunday in honor of their eon Glenn's ninth birthday. At.tending: Mrs. Claus Helmke, Jake Tuchdy, Mrs. Howard Barton and son William, Jerry Helmke, and •Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Goetsch, all of Renwick; Mrs. H. H. Kellep, Tucson, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Helmke, Lorhville; and the Will Sanders family, Swea City. Nelson Visitors Are Gone— The William Nelsons took Mrs. Lillian Stangle to Fort Dodge Sunday, Mrs. Stangle continuing to her home at Carroll. The Nelsons stopped at Theo. Jacobsen's, of Humboldt, getting their daughter Violet, who spent the week-end there. Gladys Nelson left Tuesday J.'for Chicago, after spending a week |. at the parental Nelson home. Boston Woman in Visit— . Mrs. Carl Clarke, Boston, Mass., spent a week ago Monday at Anorew Thomson's. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs.' A." F. Parsons, who had'spent a few days there. Carol Jean Parsons spent the week here. The Thomsons spent Sunday with Mrs. Knud Thomsen at Ringsted, In honor of her birthday.. turned Saturday from a week at William Spear's, Elkton, Minn. Mrs. Spear spent the week before at the Sarchet home, helping care for her father-in-law, Frank Spear, who is 'bed-ridden. During Mrs. .Sarchet's absence her sister, Mrs. Jos. Fraser, Sexton, and Mrs. inio. ju.-j. j?ru»tsi, oexiuii, ana ivirs. ••*•• ^'vnn ICIUHIB iu ms auues at F. A. Gibbs, Brinkley, Ark,, sister Towa State college. They had been of Mrs. Spear, cared for him. Mrs?. I here with relatives two months. Gibbs, who will be here for some! Mr - and Mrs. Loyd Gross took them, time, is now at Will Spear's. Mrs. down. F. A. Mapes, Earlham, daughter of Mr. Spear, came Saturday, brought Schultz, Elmore,, also accompanied them here for a week's visit Mrs. M. 0. Richards and children took Ida Bilsborough to her home at Algona Sunday after spending several days here. The M. O's were Sunday guests of Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona. The W. C. Heiters were Sunday guests at M. H. Heiter's, Livermore. The Merwin Marlows spent Sunday at Frank Collins', Liver- more, their son Merrille remaining for a week's vacation. Mrs. Eugene Pearson and daughters Eula Mae and Betty Ann, Algona, were a week ago Tuesday dinner guests at Alex Krueger's. They were supper guests at Ray Snyder's. Edith Worthington arrived Saturday from Chicago for a two weeks vacation with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington. Relatives Care For Good Hope Patient Who Is III Good Hope, Aug. 9—Mrs. Roy I surgical work done some weeks Sarchet and her son Richard re- ago on her eyes and for the final f llltnrvrl Qntnn/lnvr T.. n »i „ 1. ^ L fUJI i. . K"^ J.111U& •~ — v — »J M...M. i^i Liic X1J.1UJL fitting of glasses. The party traveled in the Jensen car. Gnorgc Grosses to Boone— Mr. and Mrs. George Gross went to Boone Sunday for several weeks with the A. M. Gustafsons before Mr. Gross returns to his duties at by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oilman, Mapleton. Threshing Run llnj- s Tractor— The Dodds - Reid - Steinman threshing run purchased a used Rumely steam tractor lost week to replace an engine used several years to run the .grain separator. The new engine develops two more horse power than the old one. Chief Engineer N. D. Mitchell and the separator superintendent, T. A. Reid, brought the new one down from Fenton Monday, and it was to be used on the final jot at Mitchell's Tuesday. Mrs. Hawcott to Rochester- Mr, and Mrs. R. F. HaVcott and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, drove to Rochester Sunday, and Mrs. Hawcott remained there a Other Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Derscheld, daughter Phyllis June, and Erna Madson, Eagle Grove, called at the Good Hope parsonage Sunday afternoon and were supper guests there. They -were accompanied here by Martha Madson, who had gone down the week before to help her sister care for threshers. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, Mrs. William Easterly, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney, Algona, attended services at Good Hope Sunday. They brought lunch and ate on the parsonage front porch, with the Rev. and Mrs. Wood as guests. 'Mrs. W. I. Dodds Is around again, after several days in bed last week 'with the mumps. All in the family have now had them, except Mr. Dodds and Margaret. There are six more Sundays in. the church year, and only 15-days (at this writing) to the lost quar- ——••••*** wu i. bu«*iiiv/u. Lii^i c a, \«"i* un*o »i * *is(iig,^ \,\j tile iUOL U L few days for a check-up on the terly conference on. August 24. Tillie the Horse THE HORSE, aa act in The ana tb» aft is ^tractive young ths Nply 0 he Mason fl"t-«4 their to *W«* they were the costume was they P erle °t- the ^ct, and ' aud , a full-length 11 Earl rw », Wa8 * cpmedy hit iobby a£S*°£'* "Vanities" and and for Eight Attend Guest Day— Those from here attending the Burt Presbyterian Aid guest day Friday afternoon were Mrs. P. M. and Will Chrlstenson, Mrs. Ray Snyder, Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Mrs. Llllie Thompson, daughter Neva, Mrs. T. D. Arends, and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Mrs. Hawcott at Rochester— Mrs. R. F. Hawcott went to Rochester Sunday for medical treatment. The Harris Wadsworths are staying at the Hawcott farm in their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of the Wadsworths, Fonr-H'ers at Genricli's— Lucille Genrlch was hostess to the 4-H club a week ago Tuesday afternoon. Talks were given by Marion Jensen and Mary Ann Flaig. Plans were made for Achievement day. Wiener Sister-ln-tair Dies— ! The Henry Schroeders and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener left Monday morning for Worthington, Minn., where they attended the funeral of Mr. Wiemer's brother's wife, Mra. Louis Wiener. Picnic at Tuttle Lake— A picnic dinner at Tuttle Lake was held Sunday by the Raymond Bierstedts, the Dick O'Donuells, June Bierle, Mrs. Barbara Bier- atedt and son Ralph, and the Lyle Marlows. Other Lone Bock, Sunday guests of the Ernest Meyers were the A. J. Meyers family, the Aeijelt Meyers family, Ringsted, the Frank Meyers family Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyers, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyers, Seneca, Mr. and. Mrs. Edw. Mitchell and son, Armstrong, and the Lloyd Hutchinsone. Mrs. George Gremmels and Mrs. Raymond Gremmela and son James, all of Falrville, spent Sunday evening at Donald Radigs. The , Bodigs were dinner guests at John Schallin's, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher were also : a drove to Lafcota Sunday setting see Charles Zio»er, who has been vteit- Ins:•* George Scfcroeder'e. Lester **»*»*»»»»»»»»»«»»»»»»»+»»+»»»+»»»»»»»< '*»»»»»»«««««»»»»»+««»«», A Program for Today Merchandising has come a long way since the old '• 'general" store days. There are no cracker barrels next to yard goods; no old-fashioned stove in the middle of the floor; no smoky kerosene lamps; no checker players. ... ; : ; Today you buy in stores devoted to individuad lines of merchandising—stores that specialize in women's clothing, groceries, hardware, drugs, etc. And today you find a greater variety in these specialized stores —more quality at a better price—more selection in every price range—more service in getting the exact fit and kind of a shoe, garment, or other article of apparel. We at Kresensky's particularly feel our obligation to present to each customer the individual attention that will assure that customer lasting satisfaction in merchandise purchased at this store. This was the basis on which this store ^as founded- on which it has grown in a short space of time from a one- room store into two floors of timely merchandise. We are pleased with the response given our efforts in Al- gona—with the recognition accorded this principle of business. ,We believe in good merchandise at fair prices—prices which the customers can pay and enjoy their purchases. We believe the customer has the right to expect the greatest amount of quality possible for the price paid. We are glad we are a part of Algona and Kossuth county. This area is noted for its progressiveness, for its neighborliness. It is so noted because of its people, and we are proud to render service, quality, and values which meet with the approval of so discriminating a customer. A Kresensky's will continue to operate on these principles of business. This store will be a value store •• merchandise at a fair price. We will continue to consider the needs of our customers in our buying-^-to feel that our customers are a vital part of this institution- are a "silent" partner whose approval we must have. We hope to continue to merit the patronage which has meant the growth and success of this store. ^^M m^^^ ^^^m . ^^H ^^^^^^^ ^^HK^ BBBBSSU •!• iB M^Br ^^^H ^^Hte ^^^L ^^. ^V •""""- ^^ ^^m ^pt iPfepr

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