Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1938
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mm i, BASE BALL GAME At Algona Ball Park Sunday, September 4 ALGONA BROWNIES vs. Grpver Cleveland's Whiskered Wizards his promises to be the game of the season. There no advance In admission prices. Come early and ! this peppy game. . GARDNERS TO HAVE FORMER WARD PLACE Union Twp., Aug. 30—Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner have bought out the other heirs to the C. D. Ward estate farm and will take possession March 1. The Gardner farm in Plum Creek Is now for sale. Mrs. Gardner is a Ward daughter. COUNTY ADVAMCfi. ALQONA. IOWA $ »»» Want fast heating coal? Picnic for 81st nit-tliday— •Dearchs relatives honored Mrs. Gerret Dearsch, Algona, Sunday at a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call state park. It was her 81st birthday, but she is still active. Attending: the Henry Dearschs and L. J. DeGraw families, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis, Algona; the Claude Dearschs family, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Hofius, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor, son Ralph, all of Union. Home from a Tour— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boevers got home one day last week from, a tour to Iowa and Illinois points In Iowa they made visits at Ottumwa and Gladbrook (where Mrs. Boevers has an aunt), and in Illinois at Dwight, Jollet, and Galena where they visited Mrs. J. C. Boevers and aunts and cousins of Donald. Included In the trip was the wonderful Brookfield zoo at Chicago. PAGE Unique Instruments Played in a Concert Whlttemore, Aug. 30—Last weak Wednesday, at the local Lutheran church, Orben Slme, Readstown, Wls., gave a sacred concert, play- Ing the Estey melodian organ, the singing electric guitar, a zither auto-harp, a Nordic viol, a fork cello, and a theramln. Teacher H. W. Behnke accompanied him on the Estey organ. Mr. Slme has given more than 5,000 concerts and has driven more than 1,000,000 miles In 19 years. He Is considered America's foremost theramlnlst. Featuring the theramin, an Instrument played without touch, lie produces beautiful, soul-stirring melodies, merely by waving hands. The famed "fork cello", only instrument of Its kind, wasvoriglnat- ed by Mr. Sime, when he was only 12 years old. ^^^WH^B^^^^^^^W ^^^••^^^ ^^((P^^^^^^^^^ ^M^^^^H^^^^^I^^^H^P ^^9H^^^^ Wesley's Elevator is Being Rebuilt Wesley, Aug. 30—T. E. Ibberson, contractor at Minneapolis, and his crew began work Saturday on reconstruction of the farmers elevator building here, destroyed by fire week ago. The job will require wo weeks. Local men were em- Dloyed three days at loading four carloads of oats and corn for shipment to market. ner *HEY JED! TRY THIS HERE BLACK ARROW. IT'S A QUICK STARTER" Grandma Sees New Grandson- Mrs. Ben Gould visited daughter, Mrs. Donald Cook, and the latter's new son Terry Roy at the Kossuth hospital Monday. The baby weighed 9% pounds. Mr. and Mrs, Gould were dinner guests Sunday of the Albert Goulds, <md Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Arndorfer were callers at the Gould home In the afternoon. Two Families to Move— The Clair Winkles will move in the spring to a farm between Tl- tonka and Bancroft. The Bos- worths will move to the dairy farm, where they formerly lived. Mr. Leigh has decided not to return to his farm here, tenanted by Stanley Gardner, but the tenant has not been decided upon k/tcaie BLACK ARROW S-P Both mechanical cleaning and hydro washing jmake this high grade coal burn better and longer. Dust and ash-forming impurities are accurately removed. .The, result ..in cleaner, stronger heating power speaks so well for itself - why not enjoy a trial order - now! You'll like its reasonable price, too. '. S. NORTON & SON Irvington ','ftcsnrcnn Patient Recovering— Mr. and. Mrs. Wlllard Gregson, Algona, drove to Mason City Saturday evening to visit Mr. Greg- son'e sister, Mrs. Glen Cashmere, •Corwith, patient in a hospital :here. Mrs.'Ca ghmere, who recent- there. Mrs. Cashmere, who recent- George Nefmnn Jr., Iowa Falls, was calling on Algona friends Sunday. Mrs. A. E. Michel returned Monday from Des Molnes, where she spent the week-end. * Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold and Mr. and Mrs. Alwln Huenhold were at Austin, Minn., Tuesday on a business mission. Margaret IHlley, Margaret Nelson, and Anita Kohlhaas, will all leave Monday to attend the business college at Mason City. Mrs. A. Uhlendorf, Chicago, left for home Sunday night, after having spent the summer here with her daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goeders. Mrs. W. W. Snllivan, with her daughter Sheila, drove to Bm- metsburg Monday to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly. Guests at the George Blbert summer cottage at the Okobojis ,oday (Thursday) are Mesdames McCullough, H. V. Hull, D. H. oeders, D. D. Paxson, and C. H. Williams. Mrs. R. If. Miller, her nieae, Donnabelle Merron, Betty Merrltt, and Coach L. F. Flnley got home Sunday from a week's sightseeing tour to Winnipeg. They came back via Port Arthur and the Wisconsin Dells. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Potter took their son Herbert to Lincoln, Neb., Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Herbert's visiting his grandmother, Mrs, Ida Potter, a few weeks before beginning his sophomore year at Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. Harry Jones, Mrs. Harry Cummings, and the latter's daughter Jane, all of Seward, Neb,, were Cedar Falls, next week. Her sister, Evelyn, who was graduated there this spring, will teach at Carson. Margaret Stephenson this year's graduate of Mornlngslde college, Sioux City, will teach vocal music, in the Curlew schools. Kndi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne, will leave Sunday for Sioux City, where she will begin nurses' training. She has been bookkeeper for the Modern Dt-y Cleaners since November 1, and Luella Bell has been hired to take her place. Ruth's elder eister El- eanor i» also in training, at a Mason City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saltzman, Dlxson, 111., with their daughters 1 Dorothy and Verda, spent the week end here with Mrs. A. D. Richards, aunt of Mrs. Saltzman. Mrs. Richards and her guests drove to West Bend Sunday for a picnic dinner and to Inspect the Dobberstelnt grotto, and were joined there by relatives hereabouts. Mr. Saltzman Is a farmer near Dixson. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Lighter, Moneta, were guests from Friday till Monday at their son Clinton's here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fanning, also of Moneta, brought them, going back the same day. Mrs. Fanning and Clinton are sister and brother. The C. C. Lighters accompanied the Clinton Lighters to Eagle Grove Sunday to attend a Wil- ham reunion, and Mra. Clinton Lighter and her son Dwaine took the elder Lighters home Mottdftt, stopping at Spencer to see" tn* younger Mrs. Lighter's brother, Clarence, carpenter thefei Two Lu Verne Girls in Double Wedding Irvington, Aug. 30—Gladys and Virginia, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus, Lu Verne, were brides In a double wedding at Des Moines Friday. Gladys married Wendell Jergenson, northeast of Algona, and Virginia Is now Mrs. Charles .So'renson, Corwith. Both brides are well known, here, having spent much time with their their grandmother, Mrs. Charlee Sankey, when the latter lived here. nonon over-night guests Monday at H. M, for a time was in critical condl-1 Potter's. They were on their way PHONE 229 From the land of heather and plaid comes a bonnie newHATforFALL! Scot styles by La Salle will tone up any jaded Fall wardrobe! New colors —new mixtures —and a price so low it's a / positive econpmy! t^ (yOme in and see ' whqja grand change aSCOTmakesinyou First School is Opened— . The No. 4 school opened Monday with a Miss Jensen, of Ogden, as teacher. The rest of the township schools will not open till nex Monday.' Miss Jensen has nine pupils, and only 3 are girls. She is a cousin of Miss Knutsen, who taught this school last year. Girl's Birthday is Honored— Mrs. Claude Dearschs entertained last week Wednesday In hono: of her daughter Lucile's blrthdaj and Mr. and Mrs. George Hofius grandmother,. Mrs. Gerret Dearsch andM r. and Mrs. George Hofius Algona. OTHER COTON NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Wallburg Ida and Gertrude S toff el, am Gladyce Wallburg, drove to Des Moines Tuesday to attend th state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Allen, were there Sunday. Le Roy Stoffel is now working at Wallburgs. He helped with the harvest at John Erpeldlng'e, near St. Benedict, The Ricker brothers, William and Joseph, with their sister, Mrs. Larina Hohenstein, the Bert Angus 1 family, Lone Rock, and the Arthur Crulkshanks, Algona, had a picnic at an Algona park recently. Mrs. Clifford Aalfs is also pending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey. She did not go home contrary to an earlier report but she will go next Sunday. Mrs. Paul Kriethe, Eugenia Mae Kriethe, Mrs. Al Staehle, all of Burt, and Mrs. Gail Towne have during the week called on Mrs, Geo. W. Boeverp.. Mrs. Donald Boevtes spent from Saturday evening till Monday evening with her mother, Mrs. Loiv etta Giffin, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will and Mrs. N. J.' Krieps drove to Fairmont Saturday and spent the there. tlon, Is now recovering. Her new son is doing well. Doles Remain at Woodbine— The Elmer Doles, Woodbine, were here Sunday. The Joe. Yahn- kes, Whlttemore, and the Lawrence Menkes, Bancroft, spent the day with them. Mrs. Dole and the children, Lois and John, had planned to come back In time for the school opening, but have now decided to remain at Woodbine till December. Lois will attend school, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hayne. The family plans to return when work Is discontinued. Lotts Creek Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Potratz and Lucille and Elvira Meyer drove to Rochester Sunday to call on the women's mother, Mrs. Martin Meyer, who had had an operation there. The Young People's society will meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock In the parochial school basement. The basement is being repainted. lome from an outing at Mankato, ivhere they had a rented cottage. Edmund Capesing is doing well at the Kossuth hospital following an appendectomy Friday. Some concern was felt after the operation, for It was several hours before he rallied from the ether. He is the only son of "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, farmers southeast of Alapna. Mrs/ Alwin Hnenholil drove to Lakota Monday to bring down her mother, Mrs. William Aalderks, for a week's visit here. Peggy Adwif, Clear Lake, who had been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Aalderks. also came with Mrs Huenhold for a visit here till yesterday. Mrs. J. W. Little, and her daughter Eugenia are attending the Humboldt county fair today and will be guests at Humboldt of Mrs. Little's mother, Mrs. J. M. Oleson. Both Mr. and Mrs. Little hail from Humboldt county.: Mr. Little • and the son Merlin attended the state fair Sunday. Louise, daughter of Mrs. Clyde Smith, will enter the I. S. T. C. The Scot $3.95 Champ $2.95 President $4.95 ZENDER'S SWEA-EAGLE f AWBW TO A Jt8?T A jfASSMEEWO • Rural schools in Swea township opened Monday, except in District No, 3, which opens a week later,Teachers are: 2, Lucille Navy, of Ringsted; 3, Herbert Hoine, Maple Hill; 4, Berline Watts, Armstrong; 5, Alice Glass,. Fentpn; 7, August Grendller, Armstrong; 8, a Mfts Morgan, Algona. Pupils In the other three districts attend the Swea City Consolidated school., 'Freda Bergeson attended a northwestern Bible conference at Medicine Lake, Minn., last week. Olive Crossley, stenographer at Ames, is spending two weeks vacation at Martin Mollnder's and with other relatives at Swea City. Mrs. Emil Larson and her daughter June visited Mrs. Francis Sie- volt at Maple Hill Saturday afternoon. Raymond Doocy visited last week at Bert Olson's. . , Lionel Tompson and John Wells, Tompson spent Sunday with, the Rev. George Siemens at Spencer and the Okobojis and Spirit Lake. The William Semens family,' of Lake Crystal, Minn,, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Siemens' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Butterfield. Mr, and Mre. J. B. Jeffries were at their daughter's at Plover Sunday. 9 rs. Selma, Anderson, sou Rich- end Anna Larson are visiting relatives at Timber Lake, S, D. The Martin Mollnders, the Jos. and ,Barl Prestons, and Mr. and Mre. Virgil Jensen were at James Kuchynka's last week Thursday 'evening for a wiener roast. The gathering was a farewell for the Kuchypka daughter Frances, who, left Saturday after a month, home, to resume duties a« assist-, ant nurse supervisor at ft Portland. Ore., hospital.^ • ,, . Mrs. (Mner, Rocfc Bapi4s, visiting at her sojx famed for Style-Fit- Finish fashioned of CHAMELON a Commodore fabric exclusive in MAEY-LAKE COATS The Coat of the Month by Mary-Lane Just out! and a grand value! You'll rote jt tte buy: of the year, wlien you see the superbly styled broad shoulders, new leg o' mutton sleeves, flattering collar that coyly cups the face, and that ultra smart dirndl back. You'll be thrilled with the fabric's changeable two-tone effects in rich Autumn colorings.., Porto Wine, Rural Autumn, Trotteur Green, Prussian, Blue. It's beautifully lined with satin, and interlined for added warmth, A stunning coat that will go any place smartly. Come In today and try it on . ... and you'll understand why we claim it is a u grand valve" $16.95 THURSDAY-FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1-2 Daily matinee 2 p. m. KATE DOUGLASS WIGGIN'S MOTHER CAREY'S CHICKENS FAY BAINTER RUBY KEELER SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 Plus THE MIL! ION VOLT STORY OF I. KUWPHR!YBI)G«BT GfORGF BRFN! Dates and Nuts Porky & Daffy City News SUNDAY AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4-5 COUNTY FAIR WEEK Continuous shows from 1 o'clock, both theatres 3 GUARANTEES OF A GREAT PICTURE! John Stahl,, director of "Magnificent Obsession," "Back Street," "Imitation of Life," made it— Andrea Leeds, great star of "Stage Door", has the Romance.' Adolph Menjou, a great actor, in the star part, with Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen for comedy. YOU'LL THRILL TO A NEW CHARLIE McCAR- IOWA. THURS THRU SATURDAY SECOND FEATURE "BANGER 1ST THE AIR" Plus . "FIGHTING DEVIL DOGS" THY! FOR THE FIRST TIME SIDES JUST ACTING UP! . HE ACTS BE- with ADOLPHE MENJOU ANDREA LEEDS EDGAR BERGEN and "CHARLIE MCCARTHY" GEORGE MURPHY RitaJOENSON.AnnSHERIDAN Eve AMEN • Ernest COSSART A NEW UNIVERSAL PICTURE JOHN! STAHL Prriictioi . , Ckiitt R. fem I~c.-Vto-fM. !» OMI «< ftg!*>0io« SUN., MONDAY, TUESDAY September 4-5*6 2d Feature Carey Grant .in "TOPPER" WED.-THURS;, SEPT. 7-8 Continuous from 1 O'clock Extended run "I suppose you want to sit on his lap. ^Ik ^H' EDGAR BERGEN CHARLIE MCCARTHY ADOLPH MENJOU ANDREA LEEDS — in— "LETTER OF INTRODUCTION" Our store Is like an open book, where, if you look, you'll find the answer to every school clothes prob- lem that cau occur to youl .- fit; ^'<t£&&>t-- >£ ^^^S't-^^jp -^^P wffP wBBHfl||t ->^^|ljppP( SHOES If

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