Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1938 · Page 2
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ENROLLMENT IN LEOTARD'S SCHOOLS 225 Ledyard, Sept. 13—The local •onsolidated schools opened last veek Monday, with a total enroll- nent of 225: 1st grade, 19; 2nd ,'rndc, 19; 3rd grade, .18; 4th ?rade, 26; 5th, 16; 6th, 16; 7th, '9; 8th, 17; 9th, 19; 10th, 20; llth, '9; .12th, 17. Edw. Hnlvcrson .Relative Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Halvorson th KOS3UTH C6UKTY Saturday leath Friday of a cousin, „.„„._ Halvorson, Rake. He had planned :o come here, but said he did not 'eel well enough, and a few min- ites later he died of heart failure. Mr. and Mrs. Halvorson, Mrs. Kal- eetad, and Mrs. Lawrence Pingol ittended the funeral Monday. Farmer to Become Grocer- Fred Bauuian and L. A. Nttz went to Ceylon last week Thursday to attend a Harvey Behnke 'arm sale, Mr. Behnke recently jought a. grocery store at Fairmont. Mr. Behnke and Mr. Baa- Union M. & D. Club Opens New Year September 22nd Union Twp., Sept. 13— The Union Mothers and Daughters club will hold its first meeting in the new club year Thursday, September 22, at Marguerite Gardner's, Marie Bode assisting. The new officers nre: Mary Sarchet, president; Julia Taylor, first vice; Cora Bacon, second vice; Mae Etherington, third vice; Cora Reid, secretary: Tda Winkie Jr., assistant; Mabel Tjadeu, corresponding secretary; Maine Wlnkel, Bode, reportei treasurer Louisa Marie McNutt, historian. Julia Taylor is roll call' Albert captain. There will he only ' captain, but the members low one eys step-father, and he lived many years In this county. PORTLAND Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl spent several days last week at Minneapolis and St. Paul. They visited the Ora Olloms at St. Paul and called on Mrs. Jandl's brother, R. C. Collinson, Elmore, patient at a Minneapolis hospital who had a foot amputated. They also attended the Minnesota state fail- Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill nan were partners in a blacksmith •.hop at Lakota more than 'ears ago. cHiJiiiiu, out tne members low on 1 , ""• 0| r - iruniumi roll call will have to entertain the C j. rove4 toua ,P° mt in Wisconsin Suna nephew, Peter wife, and a child for was a dinner guest sorter's Friday and accompanied Virginia and Mary Janice to the county fair. The George Lann'ings attended at the end of the club year. The committee will have the new . year books ready for the first a TV ' M 1 "L re ' tlla , T M meeting. The program is: roll call, I , l tlla ^ a ?" was a dln »er Why Conserve? <u Kay McWhorter's Friday Why Conserve? Reading of Constitution and By laws. Talk on conservation, Eleanor Fraser. Music, Francis Winkel. Payment of dues. Roono Woman Visitor Here— day. The Ralph Roberts family and the Tom Claytons, Armstrong, spent Monday with the Lannings. The S. M. Peterson family had a reunion at Blue Earth Sunday. The son Leland and two married daughters of the elder Petersons were there. ' lona Godfredson went to Jewell last week Thursday to work In a restaurant owned 'by the Rex Austins. Mrs. Austin is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Larsen here. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson entertained Mesdames George Lannlng, Henry Smith, and S. M. Peterson Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wayne Keith, two children, and Mrs. Martin Becker attended a shower >at A. R. Gardner's Saturday for Mrs. Ronald Gardner. Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill was representative from Portland to a republican women's county meeting at Algona last week Monday. Fifteen friends gathered at E. 0. Mann's Saturday evening for a party honoring Faye Mann on his 16th birthday. The Oran Hudsons, near Corwith, were Sunday dinner guests at James Hudson's and called ,,— -"««im«6o Htieiiueu at, James nuusons ana cauea at tne golden wedding of relatives at! Martin Becker's and Ray McWhor- Iriumph, Minn., last week Thura- tor's. \iil Plans Buxaiir, Supper— The Lutheran Aid met with Mrs. ^red Schwartz last week \Vedii2S- lay, 18 members attending, and ilany were laid for the annual Mrs. Cora Boles, Boone, has 25 been visiting at Albert Butterfield's and Ben Gould's. She is a sister of Mrs. Butterfleld and Mr. Gould. They all drove to Livermore where Mrs. Boles was overseeing erection of monuments she rcent- ly purchased for relatives buried there. iazaar Saturday, September 17, in, he church basement at Lakota. j Home t'roni Colorado Vacation— 'upper will be served from 5 p. znJLucile Bode was a guest over the ' ill all are served. week-end of her parents, Mr and Irs. J.nks to XIMV Home- ' £ of™!^™ ?** I'" a Vac< Mra. Hazel Jenks. Fort Dod«o. LodVe Es I P? J V, •isltecl relatives here Friday. She' rotm-ne? o dS ? n s moving to Cedar Falls, where : 'j> "fer Co off £ V T? Ue i? 1 '? dy .er .sou Kennit Is attending the!Monday °" C6S at Fort Dod§e ' Hate Teachers college. i ' ' . R K. Canary, station agent he,e | ,.,MWO" w££ ta no or the Northwestern, left one dayj ab i e for farm work ast week on a two weeks trip to \'e\v York, and M. 0. Warner is re- .ief agent. Other Ledyard ]Vcws. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Engelbarts •,nd the son Earl left Friday for heir home at Malcom, after a Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Pro, Estherville, called at L. W. Wiemer's ?unday. Mrs. Pro is a niece of Mr. .Viemer. Mrs. Estella Wiemer, of he Okobojis, and Mrs. Carl Gill, 'erril, called at Wiemer's Satur- Jay. of the il favar- _.... ^ .v-.«»j are *oo wet to plow, lowlands are flooded, and in general it is too wet for any farm work. Haying has also been delayed. -Mrs. Eva Gardner Sick— The condition of Mrs. Eva Gard- ------ — ner, mother of DeLos Gardner veek here with relatives. Mrs. A. and Mrs. Chester Bailey remains -'. Westerhold, Albert Lea, is visit- about the same. She does not suf ng her sister, Mrs. Martin Ber- fer severe pain, but is unable to talk and doesn't have full use of her limbs. Other Union News. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkie and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarohet drove to the Okobojis Sunday, and on the way home drove around the Fairgrounds at Spencer, where the people were preparing for the fair this week. Cloye Zentner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Glen Strayer home from a visit at Winnebago, Minn., Monto day, and is viisiting old neighbors and other friends here this week Gueste Sunday at Louis Bode's were Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Puth, of Gilmore Oity; Irene Lamuth and Lucile Bode, Fort Dodge; Mrs John Lamuth, Algona. Frank Sroufe, Lake Crystal, Minn., spent the week-end at Ihe Chester Bailey's. He is Mr. Bail- at The L. C. Strands drove to Wallingford Sunday to visit Mr. Strand's parents, and John Matz- -•ner accompanied them. The Floyd Andersons, Blue Earth, were the parental Fred Bauman's. Mr. and Mrs. Wenzel drove __ Spencer Sunday to visit the Peter Wiedencamps. Mr. Wenzel returned Monday, Mrs. Wenzel remaining for the week with her sister, Mrs. Wiedencamp. Albert Barnes returned Saturday from several days with '•ela- tives at Boone. Mrs. M. Looft, of Swea City, and her eon Fred were here Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. E. G. Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Johnson have rented part of the J. C. Un- Jerkofler home and will move in is soon as some redecorating has been done. Mrs. Elsie Berhow returned last week Thursday from a two weeks vacation at St. Paul, in Wisconsin, and at Albert Lea with sisters and brothers. The Adelbert Kitleys, of Hardy, spent Sunday at Supt. Harold Granner's. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, Radcliffe, was at L. AV. Wiemer's. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Nitz, Mrs. William Meyer, Mrs. John Meyar, and D. A. Carpenter were at Ma-son City last week Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Frey, daughter Stalla Mae, and Mrs. Joseph Welch were at Burt last week Wednesday, having dental work done. Walter Logeman drove to Schaller Saturday, and next day brought home his wife and son, who had visited there a week. August Sprank returned Saturday from Iowa City, where he had an examination and treatment by university doctors. Lillian Klinksiek, employed at Algona, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Klinksiek. James Logan, employed at the new S. & L. store, Algona, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. H. D. Mayne. Gue Simonsmeier and Milo Cassem returned Saturday from a week's trip to Yellowstone park • uid back. NEW STETSON HATS FOR FALL A new Stetson Special in the popular Tyrolian shape (picture at the right) in heather mixtures for fall, with a jaunty leather and braided band that gives a dash and snap to your wardrobe. Snap Brims with Plain Bands New styles, new colors, but more conventional and conservative ... a new hat by Stetson STETSON SPECIAL 5.OO LASALLEHATS Champ __$2.95 Scot $3.95 ZENDER'S Values Supreme in Clothes for Men and Boys DOAN Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffing ton are parents of a son, born Sep tember 3, named Sidney Clare There ie one other boy. Ermau Adolf, Hartley, came las week Thursday for the night a Win. J, Martinek's, and next da} Mrs. Martinek accompanied him to Hartley to visit brothers till Sunday. The Aid met with Mrs. Ellen Boleneus this week Thursday Mrs. Sadie Struthers assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks are parents of a son, born at the Gen eral hospital, Algona. Mrs. Sparks was June Diniond before marriage This is the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs. Guy Dimond, and the .second grandson for Mrs. Ruth Sparks. Mrs. Alice Buffingtou is recovering from bronchial pneumonia. A family dinner was served a Ross Buffington's in honor of Mrs 3ufflngton's cousins, Mr. and Mrs .Vm. C. Larson, Clinton, who were it Buffiugton's from Friday till iunday. Mr. and Mrs. Veru Teeter, near Hobarton, attended the iinner. Mrs. Petra Larson and Irs. Marie Christensou accompan- ed the Larsons to Clinton for a ieit. James Cruise began work at .Vm. J. Martinek's last week Vedoesday. Jerome Hawkins is recovering rom a broken rib caused by a all while be was at Fort Dodge. FEATURED IN £$<jttit« -OCTOBER Arrow's style scout passed through an Alpine village, and from the colorful native costumes found the inspiration for Arrow's new shirt — the Garnet Stripe. Sanforized Shrunk. $2.25, Garnet Dot Ties, specially executed for the shirts $1.50 Lives there a short that doesn't hike up, twist, or knife your crotch? Sure, the Arroiv short! It has no center seam and a roomier seat-all of which spells b-l-i-s-s. In Garnet Stripes. 75c. Tops 50c up. The Garnet Stripe shirt and the Garnet Dot tie deserve a handkerchief that does right by them. So — Arrow lias designed a special companion, Garnet Stripes. 50c. If it hain't an Arrow label, it isn't Arrow. Arrow Dart, our newest white shirt, with specially constructed Aroweave collar that will outwear previous non- wilt collars by five, ten, sometimes twenty launderings. Sanforized. $2.25. With brown suit wear green shirt, green tie, and green handkerchief. With blue suit wear gray shirt, maroon tie, and gray handkerchief. With gray suit wear blue s.hirt, blue tie, and blue handkerchief. The combinations suggested above don't exhaust the possibilities. Tryyojir own, if you prefer. Here Is Your Chance! The Newest, ^The Choicest THE PICK OF FINE SUITS New Styling! New Colors! New VAL ™ MV Fall Suit Values That Defy Comparison • Wider blades and the fuller English drape of the double breasted stripe model shown here mark it as a favorite of men who wont easy style. We're proud to be. the first to present the new Fall Suits, in new styles and colors, and as always, at moderate prices for Quality Merchandise. Suits by Ruppenheimer, Griffon and Cloth-draft—the finest Fall Merchandise at Zenders. Every New Style and Pattern 24.50 29.50 32.50 Other Suits as Low as $14.50 and $19.50 We invite you to come in now—see them, we '11 lay one aside for you ' *. •' • Our selection of sport-hack suits ™^T?* complete The free-swing model shown here is but one oi many. Men and youn B men like thb The New Styled Balinac Topcoat •'Tomorrow's Topcoat Today" Fall Patterns are gayer! They bring comfort, Style and warmth . . . coats that are preferred on college campus, yet are as practical for every day wear in ordinary business or pleasure. All craven- etted QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP At a Moderate Price 19.50 22.50 24.50 OTHER COATS PRICED AS LOW AS $16.50 Z E N D E R'S "-— Supreme in €lothes for Men and BOM NEW FALL Arrow Shirts New White on white patterns new checks and clips, new stripes, by America's premier shirt maker. 2.00 2.50 TIES THAT MATCH AT SI Other Shirte at !)8c, $1.65 ,NEW FALL Leather Jackets » In i New; Suedes—Capes— Horsehides and Pony. Full zipper, and zipper pockets, with sport backs. They'll last for years. They're dressy but practical. 4.9$ 6.50 9.50 '''Quality Pays Dividends" as a WhU« It IS Still young, start your engine with a quality oil...and it will stay young much longer. To men who appreciate a sweet-running, trouble- free, long-lived engine, we suggest Phillips 66 Motor Oil. 100% pure Paraffin base . * 100% Phillips value. It always is a tough, lasting friction-fighter. Withatich stable body and high-degree oiliness. Equal to the demands of to. day's high-speed, high-power engines. Don't forget, Phillips 66 Motor Oil js our finest quality, the highest grade among all the oils we make. Try it the very next time you drain and " refill... at the Orange and -Black 66 Shield. '""X <f

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