Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1938 · Page 11
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1938. K088TJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAGE TtttlE5« SINESS iECTORY Newly weds Will Make Home Here and Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith Jr. were Sunday visitors with Mra. | Delia Smith. Iowa. BURT GIRL IS WEDSUHDAY j TO ALGONIAN Burt, Sept. 21— Zlta, daughter of Mr. and Mra. G. f. Glddings, and Albert Fosnaugh, Algona, were married at the Good Hope church Bid* Final Service of Church Year Sunday at Good Hope from California. Mr. Schroeder is a brother of Mrs. Ida Smith and is employed in the C. R. Smith & Co. store. Lutheran Bazanr is Success . The Lutheran church gave a Good Hope, Sept. 21-The last;weather will make operations pos- very successful bazaar and supper service of the church year of the sible in getting this job out of the!" 1 the church dining loom Satur- Methodist church in the Northwest Way of freezing weather, of vital :day a^i-noon and evening. Fea- i e _..,i, u. i.-ij i- '«_»_..! tures were a fancywork and apron booth, home made candy for sale, and a fish pond. They served a HA-VsLllVlllOL *jll II 1 Vjll 1IL LAt*^ HV/ll,llVr V*J V . irWtT V*. »•» I* Iowa conference will be held lo-1 importance, cally at Good Hope church Sunday. Important matters will be, "nnghter tc. ~:~'" , under consideration which will Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seeley ave umerconseratn wc w . . vitally concern every member and Parenta of a girl, Claudette Kay,and (vinn/i ,,r n, n ..h.^nfe M...^..,.., u,iii born last week Wednesday noon... . delicious supper to a large crowd 8 . E. McMaho. L E. Llnnan^ Bldg Klce,~261. Alaona. Iowa £,.-7. TTw-r - r | morning at !) o'clock. ZoUi Gid-l b ,° received illto ^ church and weifc dings, employed in Chicago, came ' J h ,° sacrament of baptism w^M ™*" for the wedding. A wedding din- ^red to any desiring It for ner for the bridal couple and i m J themselves or their children. All mediate relatives was served at the ' fl ' lend s of the church are urged to __ home of the atetor of the bride, ' ** ' ^™'' Al™! °j nTthl ' »«• «<>«™« Has Operation- Mrs. Raymond Housour, in Al-,!™P°. ltan =?..>,.^e lequeBt^ofJhe, Mrs . w . , T . nolll . n( ! ta al , «• r± 6 Pounda 7 ounces^ at Beu°ah' Dodds ' MMO » ot M, ad Mrs of Ml< ana Mls ' $90. on ... Wortmans drove to -,„,,.,„ , ™nou., v-.i,., Saturday, taking Mrs. W i 'Wade Ball with them to consult a specialist in regard to an abscsss on one eye. It was found necessary for her to remain for treat- Bourne al Park Ing works. S. S. Officers arc Xumcd— A ttorneys-at rlngton ITU a. L\tiy uiuiiu riuiltsour, in Al- ••••!•"• v.*..w~ ..3 *..w i~ M «v—« ~~ ..—j gonn. The young couple will make 'ecneral church for the donation ofj their home in Algomi, whore the unused books which may be about! groom is employed at the render- lrhe . nom , e f ° r il , s P e °P le - Boo ,V, oE i week "It'te "expected that fiction, biography, history, religion , weel r, " w expeweu uidi etc., will be gratefully received. I ^o able to return to her These are to be sent to various .Algona in the course of two The Methodist Sunday school! Ne K™ schools and organizations of | tlvee elected the following officers Sun-! lho sou tl^ Books may be left at ment, and while there she 1 visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. will Dora 01 owing oincei's sun- , ~ ««-•.«• — « ^ — • -day morning: Mrs. L. E. Hoe'.man,I Good H °P e Parsonage during the superintendent; J. D. Graham, as-|» cxt week ° r at the church Sun- I NESS, 0 , ln n ew Helse Block. Algona, lowb B. D. Keli) ft KELLY FAttorneys-at-Law Butchlson Building. Algona, low* t. A. WWKEL I cotnty Attorney. . Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Pbone ISO 1 , WHITE "Attorney-at-Law iHutchis'on Building. Algona, Io»» p.T. DAN80H Attorney-at-Law ! over Iowa State Bank Office, 460-J; Res. 316 • IcHISON (deceased) IHTAID C. HUTCHISON fcHEODORE C. HUTCHI80* Attorney o-at-Law urity State Bank Bldg. 1251 Algona, lew* AURICE C. McMAHOB Attorney-at-Law [Office in Heise Bldg. {•325 Algona, DOCTORS sistant; Gerald Ollom, secretary; Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, treasurer; Mrs. F. L. Pratt, pianist; Roland Chafee, librarian; Mrs. A. G. Vol- day. Honors ?few Jtriilc— A number of Good Hope people Other Good Hope. Birthday is Observed Mesdames George Heetland, W. E. Gu'tknecbt and J. H. Warburton entertained 20 women Friday even- i ing at Mrs. Heetland'e in honor of' ! the Dl] . t ] lday O f M rs . Rachel Kie- A Sunday gathering at C. L. and n n z . The evening was spent play- A. J. Di timer's honoring Mrs. Mary j ng bridge and visiting. Mrs. Wil- Von Berg, Albert Lea, Minn., in- n am Warburton, Chicago, was a eluded Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dittmer, guest. Burt, and the Leonard and Law-, DRESSES WOOLS Smart Autumn Hues! CREPES Dirndl & Jacket Styles! entinejuiiioi superintendent- Mrs 'attended a post-nuptial 1 shower' rence Dittmers, Burt and Lone p linr on Fishing Jaunt— C. B.'chipmun, assistant; Zeipha'Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Tillie'nock respectively. Mrs Von Berg, Mv . and Mrs. Marvin Baum and Pratt organist- F. L Ryerson I Hanna's in honor of Mrs. Everett, is Mr. C, L. and Ed. Dittmer's only Mr. and Mrs. G. Johnson left ba,- temperance superintendent Next Hanna, who was formerly Dorothy sister. urday night for northern Mimv> Sunday Rally dav will be observed i Smith of Good Hope community. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorensen and |SOta tov a s hort vacation, spending bv the school A nlcnic dinner at I The affair was a very happy oc- daughter Frances, Good Hope, Mr. (tne time fishing. Mr. Baum is one noon and an afte noon "session' casion with 40 guests present. The land Mrs. Julius Peterson, Algona, of Dakota's barbers, Mrs. Baum wm be held newlyweds will be at home at the;Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen, Ackley, (operates a'beauty shop, and the Hanna farm. Good Hope folks are .were Sunday, guests at Tony Soran- ( Johnsons are employed in Jacks glad to welcome the new Mrs. ! sen's, Algona, in a family gather- ca f c . (.'aliforniun Itetiirns Home— Mrs. Frank Mann left Friday for Hanna back to the community. Plans are being perfected today her home at Van Nuys, Calif. She, , had spent a few days here on her Chicken Dinner Is 1'Innned— way home from Chicago, where she had spent several weeks during of her sister, Latest re- say she is making a satisfactory recovery from her recent operation. ing of the Sorensen group. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rutledge and daughter Betty Ann returned the first of last week from Marys- had been Other Lakotn News. Cyrus Renshaw drove to Mason City Saturday and Mrs. Renshaw who had visited relatives there ' HOLE PROOF * Definitely, correctly smart are these exquisite crepes by Hole- proof ... a flattering accent to your costume, day or night. Three- thread chiffon... surprisingly lohg- lasting because'of the crepe twist. In the most authentic Fall colors. Each 98c Quality Doubly Certified by Good Housekeeping and the Better Fabrics Testing Bureau Visitor in England Itetiirns— Margaret Rash, employed in Chi- ville, Mo., where they „., „ for ten days visit with relatives of week, returned home with him Mrs. Rutledge. ' Sunday. Martha Madson went home to, j^r. an fl Mrs. Lou Nitz were bus- next week Monday evening, be-'.Eagle Grove Saturday for a few iness visitors at St. Paul Sunday ginning at 5:30 o'clock. Look for. days visit with relatives and to further details in this week's Sat- assist her sister, Mrs. Robert Der urday Shopper. , .. j JOH5 N. KENEFICK fPhyslclan and Surgeon i over Rexall Drug Store Office phoneJSOOo.-. Res. phone 326 I H. CRETZMEIEB, M. D. [Surgeon and Physician John Galbralth Block Phones 444-310 low* schield, in cooking for silo fillers. Robert and Mary Ann Engstrom, children of Mr. and • Mrs. •-- • L ,, ,i' sun mime is oeiiiK uem uwun ,, M Henry Engstrom, had their tonsils visit with her parents, Mr. and j bunumg is CD ^ B ldTUeout Monday morning at Algona. Mra. R. W. Rash. Florence Rash, tl s sec tion becau:se or i Engstroms, Elmore, ^ToX st'ymEnSru =V| bhS 'can't get suHicient trac-!Minn, were over-Sunday - visitors Z"ome S fo> a vlsHFlorence'. tion to operate. A few days fair .at Henry Engstrom's. enjoyed her stay in England very much. Ketnrn from South Dakota— J. P. Trunkhill and son Mennstt, and Tom Trenary returned Sunday from Philip, S. D.. where they had been on a cattle buying trip. Mrs. J. G. McDonald, who accompanied them as far as Kennebec, S. D., where, she visited her sister, also returned home with them. Former Teacher in Visit— Cleo Weldon, Buffalo Center POST-NUPTIAL SHOWER GIVEN BYIAKOTANS Lakota, Sept. 21—Mesdames Ray Hertzke and Maynard Hertzke •>ner speiu me WBB«.-BH" ^ — were hostesses at a post-nuptial Hawcott's. Mrs. Hawcott and showe r at Paul Hertzke's Friday teacher, spent the week-end at G. P Hawcott's. Mrs. Hawcott and o _. __ Miss Weldon were supper guests evening honoring Mrs. Saturday evening of Lulu Hawcott gheldahl, formerly Ruth., and Selina Clifton. Miss Weldon ; w uo was married recently, taught in Burt a number of years furnished entertainment, ago. Fruit Donations are Made- Bingo after \v U nich"tne many" lovely gifts were ternoon, with the Rev. O. H. Frerking in charge. Burial was in Maple Hill cemetery. Family Dinner Is Given— Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton entertained at a family dinner Sun-, day in honor of the W. E. Warbur- ;ons, Chicago, who are visiting relatives here. It was also a birthday dinner for Harry Warburton and Mrs. W. E. Warburton, whose birthdays were September 18 and 19 recpectively. The W. E. War- ;| burtons left Monday morning for their home in Chicago. Schroeders .are .Returning— Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schroeder, arrived in Lakota last week from California, which tne many luveiy 6"« «^»« *».v*a, <u»t, .. *,&«.. *<»»< w^^.^w.u.u, nnened and lunch served to 30 rel-jand Thursday morning began, work. ^ . _ . 5 _ «„ n^ioto + nnf In T\tt TT TI TWlUM'av'H o. I Physician and Burgeon : Office, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist i in New Call Theatre Bldg. Business, 166; Res., 788 Algona, low* DH. C. D. 8CHAAP '"" Dentist Algona, Iowa , 'Hutchison Building. Bus. 133, res. 174. .„ — „ . , atives and friends. The Epworth League collected | r- canned fruit Saturday to be sent to R oe lfsemas Go to Paton— the Methodist hospital at Sioux Tne j. A . Bargere received word The W. H. M. S. sent a bar- j ,. ecent iy that their daughter and as assistant in Dr. H. H. Murray's office. The Schroeders are expect- | ed to arrive here about October 1.1.J ViLj. • J. i"; »»• *** **• , i rel of canned goods to the Helping | Hand Mission in Mason City. Attend 1-one Rock Shower- Mrs Maude Hanna, Mrs. Sumner Parsons, Viola Smith, Mrs. Edw. Smith, and Mrs. Jacob Smith attended a shower for Mrs. Everett Hanna at Mrs. Tillie Hanna's, near Lone Rock. Mrs. Bourne in Hospital— . Mr. and Mrs. John Recker went to Mason City Tuesday to visit Mrs. Recker's aunt, Mrs. W. J. Bourne, who is In a Mason City family, the Coonie Roelfsemas, ,ol Hardy, will move to Paton, October 1 where Mr. Roelfsema has accepted a position with the North Iowa Grain Co. The Roelfaemas left Lakota about a year ago when Mr Roelfsema became manager ot the elwator at Hardy. They were unable at first to secure a residence in Hardy so lived at Ren- mick till last epring, wnen they moved to Hardy. Babe is Buried Monday— The 8-months-old baby of KARL R. HOFFMAN . Denttit I Office in New Helse Bldg. Office 44, res. 116. , hospital following an operation Saturday. Krlethe Children to College- Eugenia Kriethe left Tuesday for Des Moines, where she will again enter Drake university. Her broth- A. J. EA80N Dentist over James Drug Store. Office, 59; .residence, 859 Paul will go to Iowa City Mi. OCI.2 BEUIM SHOW MIIWEST INNSTRIAL EXPOSITION A never-to-be-forgotten •xpoiition of quality live- •tbckjafsembled from eiveVyxjb'rner of America, •<3b'p«V,of .educational diiplayBYdozena 0 £ C0 n- tiists), and demonstra- tib'ns),' hundred* of un- usmal exhibit* UL NEXT WEEK »A deluge of inspiration, Icdncation and •ntertain- T't in 21 mammoth and 80 acre*. ..wyvw^^m* circus rthd f society hone show each fc -'* i ~-- 1 and evening. 7 ' BIGMYS Acti6*'&**y Atfaafa ' Distinctive wool dresses in flattering dirndl or jacket types . . . featured in the entire range of smart Autumn colors. Many are trimmed with clever embroidery. Adorable dresses with stunning boleros . . fascinating ribroll frocks with jeweled trimmings . . . gorgeous models in graceful dirndl styles— all so irresistable in Vintage Wine . . . Teal Blue . . . Slate Blue . . . including Black. WAI I HI 00 -IOWA They're in! and they're the last word Smart Hate $1.95 Favored new modes You will find here the fashionable type hat that suits you best, in the color you need to go with your new outfit. 22 24 headsizes. IHHH Department Stores COATS •^^ Furred with Magnificent Splendor-Hudson Seal Fur] Fabric Coats Magnificent dressy coats with huge flattering collars of gor- geons fturs ~~ i^ 80 '**" dividual coats with ex- travagently furred sleeves . . . All are flawlessly made from select durable fabrics. Luxurious HUD SOS SEJCL FUR FABRIC coats are included at same low price 1 RHHH Department Stores^ ffi! to J. B, WIKKEL , Veterinariaoi [Vest State Street, 4*l«n» u - Office, 476-W; R*f., Q[" f (tUl *V*4* O v * V Thursday to resume his law studies. Granddaughter for Stotts— Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott have a new granddaughter, a girl born to Mr and Mrs. Vernon Pederson, of Bode, at the Kossuth hospital Suu- day. __ Farewell Party Is Given— A farewell party for June Hash wae held at A. G. Volentlnef.^Mon- day evening. June left Tuesday for Chicago, where she has work. L lie o uii***. 1 ***" v»«^» ~ — — u ^ and Mrs. Cushman, of Lone ROCK, passed away Friday evening at [heir home following a very short illness from intestinal flu. The body was brought to the Earl Cushman home Saturday and funeral services were held at Presbyterian church Monday^ af- COVKTf [DBUBAICB ASSOCIATIOI '^•,000 worth of toaurance In A home company. Safe, se- D. D. Pejuon, Becretan Minn., Sunday, wjiich was attended by about 100 relatives. Mr and Mrs. H. S. Young, Mon- pen. damin, were week-end guests at the w! A. Peters home. Mrs. Young | s their daughter. Merwyn Cunningham, employed J. This Coupon Is Worth $4.41 FRIDAY and S ATURDAY September 23 and 24 «,_^nffi^a?B5ir«:a-tfawJ^s^'W < a Sizes for ladles, men, boys, and tfrl*. I Dr. i—rr M6nday evening. •Lyla Olson returned r MCBT1GH * 801 Lou* B«»l EltkU Hutchison Building. Phone 1.05 I«u Mome,»« Wort* are - urnus * ci'i*»«**"— - ^ - . - _ Life Insurance Co. owns the farm Other Burt New*. •Mr and Mrs. Frauk Beutimann. nd son Alfred, Stillwater, Minn, nd Mr and Mrs. Henry Grauli, of San Francisco, spent the week-end at A H. Meinzer's. The R^JX Kautikys and Anna Melnzer. Fort S8?»teo visited Sunday at the „ . entertained atTi»ier U Sun*day evening^the B. L. Krantzes and Mr. and Mrj^Cl^ from Lakota, where she had been working at A. C. Blerstedfs sev- ; _ Leonard Waiter,"AlgonarwerrSunday din-1 ner guests at Martin Ohm's »| R Sr e ' and Mr 6 . J. G. Sewick spent Sunday afternoon with a daughtei, Kenneth May, at Emmets-] wr. and Mrs. Walter Burckle and wo daughters/Webster City, spent Sunday at J. H. Graham's. ', M^and Mrs. D. L. McDonald and children were business visitors m. ZIP—ONE PULL AND l' fi & FULI ,„.. „.„ ^^JWI This certlftoite good o.l> wnlle adTetthlng «rte l« en. IHTRODUCTOm «r«h« ......J-ThlB^Pe. will be *M after sale. $2 Pencil to Match Above Pen 29c Mrs. Bertha""Koe8tler, and Mrs Johanna Dettman. Eleanor ^^ leave where ielHlWIii? 'ADD «c EXTRA FOB MAIL OHDKKS != E FOB YOUB8 ^OW-SliPP^BH^ T0 EACH CE8TIFICA TE 8TUPENTS-BPY YOUR SCHOOL TA1CE FOB ONLY 88c Pea and Pencil Barker Drug Stare Algona, Iowa Phone 318 forAnn Arbor, Mich., where will te»eh this year. , -Mrs Loufea Thompson ( yistted from Friday to!Sunday with her| dinner TnomPSOli "«w " " , day with Mr. Fandel's W rrh!? l F? r o'. B. bridge club met Friday evening vrltb Mrs. John tf'V&w.t«« ««•"*•• Sewflwa** THE HEW CORONAS parent of Mrs. ' Stuart are , born S«n. and Mrs. Hermw, Put? Wft SPEEDWAY When you can t*t • tire bearing "the greatest name in rubber" and backed by s "Lifetime Guarantee" at such a low price—It's real news! Why take chances on unknown tires when you can get center-traction ealety and Supertwist Owd blowout-protection in every phr—for so little money? EASY PAYMENT PUN Buy Goo4y«a*tirei, S b»tte»y, quality auto supplies ibis e«iy, convenient way, Y^ -^Wl't nee4 ready cub. FeynwuU »r- to suit your budftt. II EMU Mll !"! lc NtflUFETHIM inn All! Hill 'ng lessons and with all Cprofla* bed last ff* r ! "' J >*~: k'-^i'-- I, O. 0EWEL

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