Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO COtlNTY APVANCB. ALflQNA. Sort Steppers I ^ Comet to me you people that have sore aching febt. Our soft steppers will put your feet ou edsy street. Pretty legs and feet is a feminine asset. Away back 50 years ago the men folks had to go to a show to see them. Now the whole street is a leg show. Brevity of dress is so common nowdays that eveil the silliest man does not give a second look. In fact, very daring costumes get censure instead of approval. This being the case comfort is the main objective of the well-dressed woman. Any pump or tie that fits well and is comfortable looks well. The \vell dressed man or woman is the person (.hat you remember as being well- groomed, but you could not remember exactly what they wore. Being comfortable and at ease they are stylish. Our Soft Steppers will do wonders for your feet, your disposition, and help you in the pursuit of happiness. With a pair of our Soft Steppers you can forget your feet. You can get your work clone and keep in good standing with your friends and neigh- bora. You will have nothing to get ugly about. Soft Steppers give this old world a" rosy complexion. We fit your feet, Soft Steppers does the rest. ALGONA insulate There Is Only ONE ZON - - LITE THE MODERN INSULATION AVe are certainly enjoying a nice business on insulating homes with this modem fire-proof — fool proof insulation. We have insulated the following homes this month: Henry Guderian Jerry Helgens J. A. Brownell Geo. Shaddick Chas. Wheeler Ernest Egel Why not frail us and let us give you a price for your home. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool IS YOUR FURNACE GIVING THE BEST RESULTS? Secret of Home Comfort and Family Health is SCIENTIFIC HEATING MORE COMFORT MORE ECONOMY With MODERN HEATING Let Us Solve Your Heating Problems Laing & Muckey 12 North Dpdge Phone 464 YOUR HOME MERCHANTS ASK yOU TO "BUY AT'HOME' ETHEL BRALEY, WESLEY GIRL, SUNDAY BRIDE Wesley, Sept. 27—Ethel, younger (laughter of Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley, nnd Stanley Alfred, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Smith, Des Molnes, were married at noon 'Sunday at the home of the bride's parents by the Rev. Arthur Bottom. The bride, who wore a teal blue Friends in Union Attend Funeral of Mrs. Gardner • Union v Xwp., Sept. 27— Many friends,here,attended funeral rites last week Wednesday for Mrs. Eva (Gardner. She led an active and useful life which included the hardships of the earlier years. She was never idle. This summer and fo.ll her main hobby had been tatting, and she tatted enough edging for .a set of sheets and pillow slips. For diversion she read books and newspapers, keeping up with the latest. Her feet bothered her with it last week. She Is a beginner at St. Cecelia's academy. Itosy Bfic Clnl> to Meet— Mrs. Rose BahHng entertained the Busy Bee club at her home on September 16. The club will meet again this week Friday, with Mrs. Eunice Relbhoff as hostess. llnrry Keith Not Returning— Harry Keith will not come back to' his farm next year, contrary to reports. He changed his mind, and , , , . , dress with black accessories and a c ° IS J^i* '°A* e ™ 8 .T^ ° Mr. Stottel has leased tl place corsage of roses was attended b *?* around much, but she made :,, ,. ... --- ——, --:— te at the home s of her children her sister-in-law, Mrs. Alson Bra- ... ;ley, Iowa City, the latter wearing! y " n_diu-k blue dress with a corsage Intestinal Pin !H Prevalent- of roses. The;bridegroom was attended by his brother Robert, 'Des Molnes. Mrs. -I. A. Gerdes played the Several local people have been sick with intestinal flu. There seems to be an epidemic of it. It Lohengrin wedding inarch, and the bride WHS given away by her fatb- i The couple will live at 208 W. [Webster street, Marshalltown, uf- 1 ter October .1. The new Mrs. Smith was graduated from the Wesley high school in 1!).'M, then attended the university two years. She also attended, the A. I. 13. college at Des Moinss. [ Attending the wedding were Mrs. Etta Braley, Britt, son Marvol; Mrs. ,1. G. Smith nnd her mother, Mrs. Payne. Des Moines; Mrs. Bottom: Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Rasmussen, Forest City. At one o'clock a three-course wedding dinner was served, with Gesinn Schuttar and Kraug as waitresses. children, and in some cases is ious. Joan Bode was at home sick Other Union News. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gould spent Sunday at Jos. Arndorfer'e in Crssco township. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Strayer, Irvington, and the Donald Cooks, Algona, were at Ben --,...., . _. . , , Rrown-ups as well as the Gould's, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bashara'fl. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, with their son Duaile, visited at Algona and Lu Verne. The Methodist young people Met Sunday * eytihltig at the church - to organize an Epworth League, Cleo .Gable to be leader. Me. "and,-'Mrs. L. A. Nitz, >Ray Marquis, Fred Mutiyer and Eleanor Sanders fished at Horseshoe Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Reece and Mrs. Dale Estle were business callers at Emmetsburg last week Thursday. The Leon Wordena M rents, Dyer. ' wns hero " were Siinday gu<_*ls at Charles Walker's, Lake Pfrk, . There,will be no aeftlces at the Met.ioai6ti6hUi i cH i ise..MI«ndey. The Rev. Mr. rtftttrttierlll-^bfe at conference. Sunday school "will be held as usual. <• . i Mrs Mr. and Mrs, ,Max 'Nit* drove to Possei t»es Moine... one day last week, and " and r hcl t""K Install yn fand Q| »«Mt'l *****, Mr '- B < Irene Dyer, working at Kansas Mr. anlTVli''"^ 1111 " City, came home yyiday to visit' Sunday at n es c ( lc Ci Bode were at James Coady's near Wesley. METHODISTS AT LU VERNE CLOSE YEAR Lu Verne, Sept. 27 — Marking- close of the church year Sunday a wirn m0rnhlg ilt tho Methodist church Do-oihv llere ' re P orta fl ' om the departments * 'of church and Sunday school were given. The .Rev. H. A. Nelson, nas- " . , tor ' J )resiclecJ - "The. reports covered ll . le ;ictivi "es of the Aid, the mis- soclet . Y (which includes Home trustees, the ,. , rch momber- Cink ' p> tlle Sundiiy school, and the 1 ' J j 1wol ' th League All reports show- \iirx«. fo llnvc Jfnv Job— Margaret Haverly came home . last week Thursday from the nni-jf, ?J' y ., °"^"=>-' wmuu m versity hospital at Iowa City ! Mothers Jewels and tho where she has done clinical work!, uai '? s)l the bonrd o£ trustee since R-raduatlon as a nurse in; ,. ° f stewards, church me T...- _ ^ r -, -. m- _ - ... _ • K.11I1 . llrv Klllirt ttir nri.innl _-...-. ing. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wildin and Barbara and Florence Ramus went to Mason City Friday to spend the week-end at Lewis Peterson's. Mrs. Orris French, Renwick, and , Mrs. Lois Martin, Hardy, and the ' hitter's son Howard were Sunday guests at Lee Lichty's. Al Hanson was here from Des Moines part of last week, and the Lloyd Smiths took him home Sunday. •The M. M. Lowmillers were at Iowa City last week, and Mrs. LowmiUer had dental work done. June. Mr. and Mrs. Ed\v drove to JVInson City to meet her,: , , ,. ~ nnd Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cink en-l° , KOod flna ncia 1 condition tertained as dinner guests thoi Nelson spoke on tho , women's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs "ccampllshments, commenting . . . Henry Haverly, the rest of tho , - pecially upon many fine activities -»n_.ij.i.y J.IllVtllJ.J'j Lilt. 1 C«31 OL I HO -".i -"iiw i.i,v.>i..».»n,i'^u family, and Mrs Arathn Hnverlv I warded by lno departments, - -- - •'• particularly the Aid, which is divided into four circles and by corn- Margaret \yill begin duties as nurse at tho Sunny Slope Sanitarium, Ot- tunnva. »al».v is M.ir| in Fall- Paul, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly, fell off the binod efforts raised a total of $165.4.1. Mrs. Albert Gei.rich is president of the Aid, which has a membership of 65. Mr. Nelson leaves this week for basement: steps at his home Friday' Snc City to attend the annual and landed on the basement O e- ' tlnvost Iowa Methodist confer- .iin. 1 ..- Fly-..-... T1 .-, in . •. ... Pll Of* nient floor. He was "knocked out"i ellce ' ' LEDYARD Haverly house. Schoolmates in Get-Together— Guests of Mrs. Lester Lar.son last week Wednesday afternoon were Mrs. Martha Olson, Goldfield, and two Olson daughters, Mrs. Kenneth Boyd, Cincinnati, and Mrs. T. John Hill, Tulsa. The younger women were schoolmates of Mrs. Larson at Goldfield. Mr. nnd. Mrs. Tice Brack were at Haveloqk Sunday, visiting some friends. The O. C. Sprouts visited relatives at Mason City. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, Radcliffe, and her son Fred spent the day at L. W. Wiemer's. James Logan, employed at the S & L store at Algona, spent Sunday tit home. Mrs. Laurcen Kesa- lor spent the week-end at her homo at Radcliffe, and Mrs. Edith Reaney was at her Waterloo home. Alvira Halvorson. Beulah Looft, and Kathryn Powers, attending the State Teachers college, spent the week-end at their respective homes here. The Jos. Homseys, Armstrong, here were Sunday guests at Charles Stop! Look! Watch! aft! CHRISTEN$ENBRO$.NEW.?i TAKES PLACE SOON; In response to scores of inquiries rcgimliiig the opciiiiiu- ,,f new store, we are glad to announce, "It won't he long now " i/""' while this is being read, we are attending eastern nuirJicfs ... , plctlng inn-chases of fresh, clean, up-to-date inercliandise V sold at value-giving prices, such as has been the policy of our <...i«.' during' 14 years of business in Algona. (oro During the six months which have elapsed since our disastrous fire, we have made extensive plans for the opening of our new store. We have searched the markets faithfully in quest of values we feel certain will meet with your approval. in Our policy in the future, as past, will be to NOT SELL PRICE ALONE. We will to offer QUALITY, PRg SERVICE AND SATISFACTION prices all can afford to pay and ii • . keeping with present day compel.. H tion. Our price range will appeal to ' It positively will pay you to wait for our.grand opening. Conic e.\. pecting to find truly remarkable opportunities for economy. You will be more than gratified . . . More than repaid. Watch newspapers for opening dates. von. Tigers Defeat St. Benedict— The Wesley Tigers defeated St. Benedict Sunday, 12-1 Weigand'j 161 ' sn .itns, Livermore, vis itching for the Anna Mun- ay in the afternoon. George Kabele. Goldfield, and his, S ^ COND HAND TYPEWRITERS daughter Frances were Sunday' ,' sale -—Inquire of I. G. Dewel dinner guests at Irvin Chapman's. at the Ad vanoe Publishing Co. tf Mrs. Lee and the Granzeths, Bode, spent the day at J. E. Stoddard's, and the D. T. Tweets, Lake Mills, were at Irwin Hoff's. Mrs. Henry Jutte, Webster City, and her daughter Anna were at the A. D. Burlis home. The B. F. Snyders, pHRISTENSEN BROS. COMPANV ^^ "Algona's Style Center" I , and Lloyd did the pitching for the| Ellsworth, called on friends here. Mr. Snyder was formerly the .ocal C. & N. W. depot agent. The Walter Smiths, Livermore, visited a wet diamond at St. Benedict. .Mrs. Johnson to Texas- Mrs. Nels Johnson left one day last week for her winter home at Alamo, Tex., traveling with the Benjamin Josephsons as far as Boone, where she visited a few days before going on by bus. Attend Algoim K. C. Picnic— A Knights of Columbus picnic was held at Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday, and attending from here were the Roy Kleinpeters, the L. L. Pfeffers, the August Studers, and the Tom McMahons. Two fo Attend Conference— A Congregational conference will be held at Clear Lake next week, and Peter Seaberg and Carl Star- quist have been named delegates from the local church. Wnolstoek Teacher is Sick— The Vee Mullins have word from Mabel Staga that she has been unable to teach because of a streptococcus throat. She teaches at Woolstock. School Classes Have "Hunt"— A junior-senior "hunt" was held Friday night. The juniors failed to find the hidden seniors, so had to provide a joint schoolhouse. "feed" at the To Harvest Uect Crop — It is reported that beet-growers will start lifting sugar beets mid-week. this Other Wesley News. Mrs. Glen McMurray, of Bel mond, and her daughter Patty came Friday for a visit at the Bei Hopkins home, on Sunday al drove to Mason City to call 01 friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins lef Mrs. McMurray and her daughtei at Belmond that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Gary, of Dei Moines, visited at John Riehter'-, over the week-end. Rita Studer, o: Garner, was here for the period Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Latham, Le Mars, spent several days last wee at the R. B. Hopkins and I. A. Gsr- des homes. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blelch had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. «nc Mrs. John Hauptman, Mr. and Mrs Alfred Erdman, Wesley, and the Fred Albrechts, Rockwell City Mrs. Albrecht was formerly Martha Bleieh. Mr. and Mrs. Edw.. Hildman, Mr. and Mre. Jack Haverly, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger attended a dance at Woden last week Tuesday night, sponsored by a Catholic church there in connection with a mzaar. The Peter Alnee, Rake, visited .he Samuel Alnes Sunday. Grace Kouba, Des Moiues, visited her Jarents, M>'- and Mrs. Frank Kouba Sr. The Leo Renos, Ledyard, visited relatives here the same day- Benny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner, got home one day last week from Denver, where he attended school and was employe! He is now working for the Mulling Seed Co. at Corwith. The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Bottom weat to Cedar Falls Friday to attend a district Methodist conference. They called "ouvtbeir daughter Mary Ellen, attending the Teachers college. Held— At a meeting of superintendents and basketball coaches in the Boone Valley conference at Goldfield one day last week, Supt. A. C. Evans here was elected president, and Coach K. K. Parks, also Lu Verne, was elected secretary-treasurer. Schools represented are Bode, Corwith, Livermore, Lu- Verne, Goldfield, Renwick, and Vernon Consolidated. The last- named school,was voted into membership. Each school will play 12 conference games, except Bode and Vernon, which w;ll play ten. Phillips Families in Itcunion— The Mrs. S. F, Phillips home was the scene of a family gathering Sunday. A picnic dinner "was served and the day spent at visiting. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hoyt, Eagle Grove, -with a .on and a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoyt, Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips, Kanawha, and a daughter; the Elmer Phillips family, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Van Patten, Ames; and the John and Paul Phillips families here. Takes Course in Embalming- Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Klassi left for St. Louis last week Wednesday. Mr. Klassi is taking a course in embalming there. The Klassis were recently married, and Mrs. Klassi was Alma Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, southeast of town. Pastor Speaks at Elmore— The Rev. L. Wittenburg was one of the speakers at a mission festival at the Elmore Lutheran church Sunday. M. H. Nordmeier, student pastor teaching in the Christian day church school here, preaehed at the local church. Fellon'ship Dinner Planned- Following morning services next Sunday members of the local Evangelical church are to have a fellowship dinner, to be followed by an afternoon service. Weather permitting, this will be at the town park. Other Lu Verne. Mrs. P. C. Lichty and her daughter Phyllis drove to Mason City Friday afternoon, and, accompanied from there by Phil Jr., went on to Cedar Falls, where they spent the week-end at George Watkinson's. Raymond Hill and Helen* Raymond, Port Dodge, visited at Arthur Dimler's Sunday. .Mrs. Henrietta Northrup went to Fort Dodge with them for this week with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Hill. ., Mr. and Mre. H. C. Allen wentfo - - - - w?:. Draska accompanied them and remained for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Boyle. Mrs. Josephine Scribner, Mrs. Ward Boyce, Verle Scribner, and Mrs. Ellis Eno, Fort Dodge, went o Sylvus, 111., Friday to attend tl» uneral of a brother-in-law of Mrs. Scribner, The George Thompsons, of Ledr ard, visited relatives here Sunday. Jennie Ma,son, who is recuperating from a recent operation, went home with them for a vta.t. . Port Dodge Sunday to visit May Spobner. Mrs. Harry Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, - ers Esther and. HUdelirae. aad Cecil Idling, Fort Do.dge, were »t harles Wolf's Saturday " i1€UJ PflTTiRnS Cheerful to the eye, soft in the hand, comfortable on the figure, the new season's suitings have 100 per cent appeal, from a man's point of view. Tailored into the faultless lines of our own suit styles, they win feminine admiration more than once! Get into one today. $24.50 Others at $19.50 to $35 Hyde Park Clothes TIMES CORRECT! 1. Two button single breasted worsted, 2. SI* button double breasted cheviot. 3. Three button single breasted tweed. 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