Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1938 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1938
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PA(JB EIGHT DESERTED FOR 20 YRS,, WIFE ASKS DIVORCE Among new district court cases fa a divorce suit brought by Mrs. Esther Askin, Titonka, against the monthg later. There eon, now past 21. desertion three is one child, The plaintiff K08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, J6WA St. Joe fllrl J S Bride— Bernadine, only daughter of Mr. ajid Mrs. Herman Plathe, became ' the Shower for Irene Capcsius— Mrs. Frank Capeslus, with her daughter Evelyn and Mrs. J. B. of Ted Hllbert, youngest j Winkel, the latter of Algona, at..... of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hllbert, tended a. miscellaneous shower at Tuesday morning at St. Joseph's Mason City Monday evening honor- datholic church, the Rev. George; ing Irene, another daughter of Theobald performing a double-ring Mrs. Capeslus. She shower was , . jjltCUUCblU J/Cl LUL 1111 11 £, «. U.UUIJ1C-1 HIS 1 "" ""• u«i/w«» «u. <uuu uuu i. v/i. fi i% — says she does not know the where- 1 cbremon d readlng nuptlal high 'given at the home of Patricia Mul- aboutsofhe dfdn 6 abouts o£ the defendant. She said he called her from Algona by telephone in October, 1934, and two days later she received two letters from him postmarked at Led- len, friend of Irene. Irene, who is The bride was attired in a pearl , to be married September 7 to Le- tl-lmmed white satin gown with a i land Plurly, Mason City, has long train. She wore a cap-shaped'some time been cashier at Veil with pearl trimmings and car- | Sears & Roebuck store, Mason for the j T , ., , . , , Vtlll \YIL11 JJUUM 1,1 llllilllUUtt tlUU '.'111'- I ^^* bl yard. In one letter he aaId he was r ed an arm b et * f Johanna city. frttTI fy Tf\ nnvo niinnai*nrinrtcif a _L... going to have an operation at a Fort Dodge hospital, but on inquiry Mrs. Askin could not locate him at any hospital there, and she has heard since then. Senneff and county. nothing from him Her attorneys are liovrleiv, of Hancock Gerald Frankl, of Irvington, Shot by Brother: Accident Irvington, Aug. 23 — Gerald Frankl was accidentally shot in the thigh late Sunday afternoon by 'hie brother Donald, when both boys were shooting at a snake In the river. A bullet from Donald's gun glanced when it struck the water an hit Gerald. He was hurried to Kossuth hospital, where he •was given an anesthelic and the bullet, which had lodged deep in the flesh, was removed. A large area around the wound was opened and cleansed to prevent lead infection. Gerald was brought home some time before he will be able to get' around. rfill roses, The bridesmaid, Loretta Kellner, cousin of the bridegroom, wore a yellow rayon marquisette dress Shower and Farewell Party— The Beta Sigma Phi girls met last evening with Mrs. Kenneth are and S. S. Convention Planned. Fenton, Aug. 23— A committee of the county council of Christian education met at Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod's Friday evening, and plans were laid tor an annual fall county convention at the Titonka .Methodist church September 13. -- * Motor Basses for School. Ottosen, Aug. 23 — The Ottosen consolidated school district has lought three new busses mounted on. Chevrolet chasses. Drivers chosen by the school board 'Everett Nash, W. G. Warrior, Farrell Bnockson. Wesley Wins and loses. Wesley, Aug. 23 — The Wesley Junior Legion ball team defeated the Titonka Legion team 5-2 in a 5-Jnning game here Sunday. The Wesley Tigers lost to Burt, 4-3. - • ^Quarantine Case at Burt. Burt, Aug. 23— JSarah Schroeder " has been quarantined since Satur< day for scarlet -fever. Mrs. C. V. Schrader is at the telephone office • during Sarah's absence. H. A. Turtle is at Minenapolis this week attending a pharmacists' convention as traveling representative of the Des Moinevs Drug Co. Mary Frances Carney, Algona, wag a guest of Garnet Pickard, Burt, last week. ... _ r . _ T , , embroidering trimming Bn d|Knud«ra, Bernlce Harrington as- - - - • • sisting. A miscellaneous shower was given for Leona LichterOlap- saddle, who was married recently. It was also a farewell party for Mrs. Geo. C. Vance, who is leaving next Wednesday with her husband for a home at Mitchell, S. D. Mrs. Vance was a sponsor of the Beta Sigma Phis. Farewell for the Vances — Families of the Congregational carried a bouquet of white and livender asters. The bridegroom, was attended by the bride's brother Milford. A reception following the ceremony was given at the home of the bride's parents for the bridal party aiid some 100 relatives and friends. A three-course dinner was served. A decorated wedding cake was the centerpiece at the bride's table. The bride attended St. Angela's atadamy, Carroll, two years and w^s graduated from the Algona high school In 1933. She taught school four years near St. Joe. Her htisband has for the last few years worked his father's farm, and the couple will live there. The newlyweds entertained relatives and friends at a wedding dance the evening of the wedding day at Floral hall, Algona. Music was furnished by the Kelly Kello- dians, of Britt. The couple left the next day for & wedding trip to the Black Hills and Yellowstone park. Miisfc Club l'Ian s Dinner— The executive board of the Bel Canto music club met for a business meeting Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. C. C. Slil'erlfs, and plans were laid for an annual guest night dinner in October: The club did not hold meetings all summer, bet will begin regular reliearsals In September. Members of the board who attended the Tuesday meeting were the Mesdttmes Florence Klerscht, Bancroft; M. G. Bourne, Sylvia Gunrr, J. L. Bonar, C. K. Holt, G. W. Stniman, E'. C. McMahon, and Eugene' Mtrrtagh. Mrs. McMano'n is president of the organization. Lucia- Wallace, another member of the- board, was unable- to attend". church and friends of the Geo. C. Vances will meet tomorrow even- Ing at the Mrs; May Harrington home for a farewell for the Vances. A covered-dish .supper will be" served, and the evening will be spent at games. The Vances will leave next Wednesday for their new home at Mitchell, S. D. Shower for Heccnt Bride- Ruth Robinson-Steven will be honoree at a post-nuptial shower this afternoon at the country home of Mrs. August Bernau, west of Algona. Assistant hostesses will be Mrs. Hugh Raney and her daughter, Mrs. Russell Walker. Mrs. Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. N, Robinson, Algoua, was secretly married a year ago to Keith Stevens. had lunch with the party. Ttore Farewells for Vances— •Mrs. B. J. Murtagh entertained a small group of frlende at a 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening honoring the Rev, and Mrs. Geo. C. Vance, who leave September 1 for Mitchell, S. D. The Christian Endeavor rave a picnic In their honor Wednesday evening. Post-Nuptial Shower Chen— Mrs. Kenneth Knudson entertained at IVatanyans Imi'ted 1 to- Lake— Eleven members of the Wa-Tan- Ye club met for a- 6r30 dinner- Tuesday evening at Cook's Itrnxjh! room. Following a business meeting a letter was read' from the Mason City club, extending an invitation to the Algon-a club to be present at a group club picnic at Clear Lake Sunday. No definite arrangements were made, but it was decided that as many would go- as possible. The next meeting, September 13, will be a dinner and evening of "fun" at the country home of Mrs. Oscar Anderson. New Member for Rebekahs— A regular meeting of the Re- bekahs wa's held Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple with the installation of five new members: Mesdames Charles Roupe, Bert Cronan, R. L. Padgett, J. P. Smith and Wermersen. After the meeting and Installation, 42 of the members had dinner at the Anderson Cafe. Rebeknh-Odd Fellow Picnic-Twenty Rebekahs and Odd Fellows and 15 children enjoyed a picnic Friday at the Ambrose.: A. Call park. The\ afternoon was spent playing bingo, and lunch was served at 4 o'clock. C. H. Barton and MIS Simplfcftif Passes the Fashion Tests with Honors The elastic waistline- straps. pull diagonally to concave your waist and diaphragm. The top half of the bust section, is. lace and the lower half is of die- same batiste as the garment to give firm uplift support;. The: back is of elastic for comfort Model 2447 •Rei. U. S. Pat. Oir!,.P4tt.Nb!.H8S9|lW Miss Rose Lainpe haw completed her course of Instructions at the Obssard School In Chicago and is prepared to fit you properly. Asfc Miss Lainpe about your foundation garment protolents. The Chrischilles Store Phones 270-271 We Deliver STARSOTA FLOUR Guaranteed 49-lb. bag 99C STOKELY'S TOM, JUICE, 50 oz._ 19c Stokely's CATSUP, Ige. hot., 2 for 29c POTATOES Peck 18c JAR CAPS Mason 19C JAR RINGS Double Lipped ORANGES Large Sunkist 29c PEACHES, No. 1 Elberta, doz. SUNKIST LEMONS, dozen 27c Bartlett PEARS 3= i sss SOS 20 Ib. lug 98c Atlas MASON JARS Red Heart DOG FOOD Quarts, dozen _ 75C I 3 cans 25C Carnatloa MILK 3 Cans 25 C POST BRAN FLAKES, pkg lie CORN KIX 2 pkgs. 25c Country Boll BUTTER Lbs.. 56c Standby SAL. DRESSING Quart jar Special PICKL'NG SALT Balloon SOAP CHIPS Lb. 25c 25c Fancy BARTLETT PEARS, doz. _ 25c COMB HONEY 2 cake* 25c Kenyon's Strained Honey 14-oz. bottle IQc Kraft DINNER Iodized SALT Pkg. 16c Box 5c Brick or Amer. CHEESE 2 Ib. box_. 44c SALAD DRESSING, 8-oz. glass __10c UNION LEADER Tobacco _ 2 for 15c FLOUR SPECIAL Seal of Minnesota Money Back Guarantee, 49 Ibs. _$1.59 VEAL STEW BEEF BOIL Lb.. 11C Lb. Sugar Cured Bacon Squares 15* CUT RATE Grocery na n:n : nn n n nun nn an D an an niananon aan n n:n n n r. a«l Wllle/the latter pa* (^to- Mrs. H. '* UK honoring die, who was married recently to Dean Clapsaddlo, Burt. -Bernlce Harrington was assistant hostess. 1'nrty for Mrs. P. S. Norton— Mrs. Wm. C. Steele entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday in honor of Mrs. F. S. Norton, who will return to St. Paul early in September with her daughter Elea- iior. A social afternoon was had following the luncheon. 1'nrty for Former Algonlan— Mrs. Hortense Ferguson and group of oldtlme friends of Mrs. Harry Moore, San Antonio, Tex., Tuesday at the former's home. A one o'clock luncheon was servda followed by games. 1'nrtr Honors n Birthday— Ruth Will entertained at a birthday party a week ,ago Tuesday evening honoring Meredith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richard* son. Fourteen young people attended, and the evening was spent at gamee. Announced— Social and M erary" club will have an Ice cream social next Wednesday evening at the Community Center in Plum Creek. Cake and pie will be served and the public is invited. Other Society. The "Carnation" club of the Degree of Honor met Monday evening at Mrs. W. W. Geerlng's, with Mrs Roy Wooldridge as hostess. Bridge was played at two tables, Mre Walter Ltchter winning high, Mrs Wooldridge second. E. T. W. club met yesterday Ttttll E^"*! With Mrs. Mela Redfleld. There are tight rtetabera In thin 6iub, And af- ernoona are spent at b'ridge. The etters stand ifdf Every Two Mrs. George H. Free entertained he Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday at a one o'clock luncheon. Three tables of bridge were Jn play. No r prizes were given. A Great Advance Showing of Attractive Dresses For Children Chrischilles Store Here'k the most elaborate showing of really distinctive cMMren school dress you've ever seen—dozens and dozens of the cutest, most unusual styles in the most attractive patterns of prints. Coihe in while 'assortments are complete—at the rate we're selling them, they won't last long. Reasonable prices, large selections, beautiful models, onry SI.OO $1.98 VOU (,„ A LONG * EUCTP AND ty ADVERT: BUT %. THIS LITTLE /*"**' /?"\rC! T* t~\ Vjr.ULo- I L> Chrischilles Store you art use it is straight of the hitch" up! mane > this slip stays down dentifically cut on the abric. Hasn't a chance to : top is cut on the bias mould to the figure. Like all Barbizor s, this new slip fits beautifully and is carefully tailored with attention to every small detail. French side seams are stoutly stitched. Straps are pull-proof. The fabric is the popular Crepe Garti:re pure dye, pure si ... no weight! ig of any kind. 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