Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1938 · Page 10
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tfitf ROSStfttt COUNTS ADVANCE/ ALQONA. 16WA Woke up and live in a Barbizon pajama! They're adorable, they're washable, they're smart at a Paris hat and such grand values! Handsomely tailored of Crepe tagere in pastels or stunning color combinations. "Lazy tizzie", sketched, is a lovely sunset blue and Dubonnet Mail and I'hone Orders Filled | vv*m 1 |i CnriscMll es O BS. ISC Winter Coats lavishly furred Chrischilles Store You'll get the cream of the furs if you buy your fur- trimmed winter coat from this great selection—gathered from every source and representing the country's most outstanding values. Here are rich blacks, gorgeous wines aAd greens lavishly trimmed with fine furs of fox, wolf, and New Zealand Beaver. Prices are so reasonable, too— $17.95 to $55.00 READ THE AD$ With the New* MRS, 60EDERS, OF CYLINDER, PASSES AT 75 Reared Ten Children Who, With Husband are Living. WhUtemore, Sept.. 27— Funeral services for Mrs. Nick Goeders, 75, Cylinder, were held at the St. Thomas Catholic church, Emmetsburg', Monday. Father McNerny officiated at requiem mass, and burial was made in St. John's Catholic cemetery, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Goeders died at her home near Cylinder Friday morning, after a four-weeks heart attack, with complications. Mrs. Goeders was born at Caledonia, Minn., August 10, 1863, and in 1883 was married at Dubuque. In 1889 Mr. and Mrs. Goeders be- 1 gan farming near Algona'. Then they moved to Liverraore, thence to I Cylinder, where they had lived fo nearly 50 years. Mrs. Goeders is survived by he husband, six sons, and four daugh ters, also by five brothers and on sister. The children are John and Tom Cylinder; Edward, Emmetsburg Leo, of Estherville; Tony, Mason City; Bert, Armstrong; Susan, o WhUtemore; Mrs. Mary Card, Cy Under; Mrs. Cora Bohn, Fen ton Mrs. Clara Gohr, Charles City. The brothers are Peter Neu here; Mike and Frank, Caledonia Minn.; Nick, Clinton, Mo.; anc John, Waterloo. Pallbearers were six grandsons: Duane Gohr, Eugene, Joe, George and Jerome Goeders, and Gerale Card. Algona Boy Honored at Simpson College At a recent election of officers held by the senior class of Simpson college, Indianola, Irving Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.-Max Miller here, was elected one of foui representatives to represent the seniors on the student council. Irving is majoring in the department of business administration. This is hie fourth year on the Simpson football squad, and he Is a member of Kappa Theta Psi fraternity. + Ex-Bancroft Woman Passes in Garden Burt, Sept. 27—Mrs. F. L. Pratt received news Monday noon of the death of her mother, Mrs. Bertha Duskmanton, Monday morning at the latter's home at Ellsworth. Mrs. Duckmanton was found dead, in her garden. She was formerly a resident of Bancroft, and was well known here. Mrs. Pratt left immediately for Ellsworth. Four Fingers are Lost in Accident Ledyard, Sept. 27—William Rot- Lterman suffered a serious accident Friday morning. As he was setting the wind on the blower of a silo filler his right hand was caught and four fingers were cut off. He was taken to Elmore for medical attention. * To Preach at Spencer. Burt, Sept. 27 — The Rev. L. Richmann will preach at a 25th anniversary service at Spenc-ar next Sunday. The Rev. P. J. Braner, Algona, will fill the Lutheran pulpit here. Smallpox Case at Hurt. Burt, Sept. 27 — The Stanley Black home was quarantined Monday for smallpox. Mr. Black is the patient, but has a light case. This is the first case of smallpox here in many years, « M. P. Haggard and M. H. Falk- enhainer left Sunday for the Ozarks to attend a Druggists Mutual meeting. Harvey Coleman goes to Iowa City today for a physical check-up. He had an operation there some years ago. Federation Meeting Announced— The county Woman's club will meet Tuesday, 11 a. m. to four p. m., at the Presbyterian church here, with Mrs. H. E. Wodward, Whittemore, in charge. Seventeen Kossuth woman's ;lub s belong to the organization, with a total membership of 630. Guests of the club will be 31anche Smith, Des Molnes, director of extension libraries In Iowa, and Donald C. Hutchison, Algona, who will speak on A Woman's Financial Business. Congressmen filchrist may also be a guest. . The program will include music- .1 numbers. Jane Cretzmeyer will •lay, and three Lu Verne clubs will have charge of the rest of the program. A feature of the meeting will be i hobby show, this is to include .ny kind of a hobby, such as quilts and flower arrangement. Hostesses will be.the Algona club, .nd the Progressives, the Tuesday •lub, and the J. J. club, of Lu/erne. MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 180-200 $8.00-8 15 Best light butch., 200-250 —$8.40 Med. hvy., 250-270 $8.30 Med. hvy., 270-290 $8.10 Med. hvy., 290-325 $7.85 Butchers, 325-350 $7 50 Butchers, 350-400 $7.35 Packing sows, 275-350 $7.15 Packing sows, 350-400 $6.85 Packing sows, 400-500 $6.75 Packing sows, 500-550 $6.6C CATTLE Canners and cutters $2.75-3.50 Veal 'calves $5.00-8.00 Stock steers $5.00-7.00 Fat yearlings $6.00-7.25 Fat steers $7.50-8.50 Fat cows $3.75-4.25 Bulls $4.00-5.25 CHAIN No. 2 mixed corn No. 2 mixed corn ._37c No. 2 white corn 3Sc No. 2 yellow corn 38c No. 4 yellow corn (new) 30c No. 3 white oats iSc No. 2 rye (new) "sic EGGS Hennerys 27c No. 1 II™~"22c NO. 2 : 16c Cash cream— No. 1 25c No. 2 23c Sweet 26c , POULTEY Springers, over 5 Ibs. I2c Springers, 4 to 5 ioc Springers, under 4 Ibs. 9c Leghorn springers 9c Heas over 5 Ibs. 130 Hens, under 4 Ibs. g c Leghorn hens 9c Cocks, under 4% Ibs. 6c >ocke, over 4% Ibs. 8c Geese, live 6c Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. . lie Ducfcs, live, 4# Iba 8c )ucke, live, under 4% Ibs. ..—<tc Farewell for the Muhlenmns- A farewell party \va« given for the Rev. and Mrs. Wv G. Muhleman Friday evening at the Methodist church, with 65 in attendance. The program consisted of a vocal solo by Mrs. V. K. Rising, accompanied by Mrs. Walter Roberts at the piano. The Rev. F. Enrl Burgess gave a talk on "To My Chief," with a response by Doctor Muhleman. Four of the older men in the church were honored because they were the oldest in years, and in years of service on the board, and M. G. Norton gave a talk in their behalf. These men are J. F Overmyer, Wm. C. Steele, E. J. Gll- niore, and J. A. Brownell. Homer Tuttle pl-esented the Muhleinans with a travel clock. A request was signed asking that Doctor Burgess be returned to Algona. Doctor Muhieman spent eleven years as pastor at Eagle Grove, plus one year at Spirit Lake, before coming to Algona in 1931, and he has been superintendent of the Algona Methodist district for the six years since, which i s the limit. He will now be assigned to a pastorate. Doctor Muhleman was the first scoutmaster in Iowa, also the first Eagle scout. His Boy Scout title "Badawa." Sirs. Woodward Clnb Speaker—The Cfesco .Mothers & Daughters club met yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) at Mrs. E. C. Potter's, Mrs. M. L. Dutton assisting, and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, guest speaker, gave a talk on county, state, and national club work. Other guests of the club were Mrs. Victor Applegate, Titonka; Mrs. Hazel Peters, Lone Rock; Mrs. Robert Schoby, Hobarton; and Mrs. W.M.H. Brandow, Cresco township. There were 21 womon present. The CrescO club won second place in a recent poetry scrap book contest sponsored by the county Federated club. The women were presented with a book of poems, Epics of Calico Corner, by Evelyn M. Madson, as a prize. The next meeting will be held October 12 at the home of Mrs. R. M. Lindhorst, Mrs. J. H. Fraser assisting. Dinner Sunday for Visitors- Mr, and Mrs. Chris Olsen, near Lotts Creek, entertained at dinner Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. 3eorge Fries, Milwaukee, and Frod Leek, South Beach, Ore., who are visiting relatives here and at Burt. Mrs. Fries is a steter-in-law, Mr. Leek a brother-in-law of Mrs. Olsen. The Olsen four children, employed at or near Algona, were all at home. Martha is employed at John McGuire's; Willis, at the Paul Black farm; Gayle, at the Geo. Scuff ham farm; and Gerald, at the Geo, W. Godfrey farm. John Harrises Ten Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Harris, of near Burt, their son Everett, his wife, and the Everett Harris son Daniel Jr. attended celebration of the tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, Fairmont, Sunday. John is another Dan Harris son. This being a "tin" wedding, the couple •were presented with canned goods, the labels removed. The Daniel Harris family for some years lived on the Wellendorf farm In Cresco township. John Harris is employed in the Fairmont creamery. Midnight Steak Fry at Park- Members of the S. & L. store force had a midnight "steak" fry Saturday night at the Ambrose A, Call state park. Members of the force who attended were Mr. Fried, the manager, Hazel Walker, LuciTe Dearschs, Roberta Simpson, Phyl- lis Good, Orvllle Severaon, and James Logan. Guesls were Mrs. Fried, Marguerite Ostwinkle, Truman Slfnpson, Berdette Foley, who clerks at the Council Oak, Herman Moore, of the Algona hotel, and Thomas Vipond. Past Matrons Name Officers— The O. E. S. Past Matrons met Tuesday afternoon at the Masonic Temple for one oclock luncheon. Election of officers was hold, iind the remainder of the afternoon was spent at making rugs for the old folks home. Hostesses were Mesdnmes George St. John, R. J. Keen, and H. D. Hutchins. Officers elected are: Mrs. D. D. .Paxson, president; Mrs. W. G. McCullough, vice- president; and Mrs. M. J. McCall, secretary-treasuro.r. Cong'l Association to Elect— The Congregational Woman's association will meet at the church next week Thursday, with Mrs. Mae Harrington, president, in charge. A one o'clock luncheon will be served, and election of officers is to take place. The cover charge will be 25c, Mrs. D. P. Smith's Circle will hold a bake sale at the church the same day. The luncheon Is to be in charge of the Pay Circle. Cong'l I. 0. A. Class Elects— The Congregational L. O. A. class met last week Thursday evening at Ella Thompson's, 23 members and three guests present. Mrs. M. G. Bourne read a paper on Czechoslovakia, and games were played. Election <of officers was held: Mrs. V. V. Naudaln, president; Mrs. L. W. Lusby, vice; Mrs. Helen Dickinson, secretary; Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, treasurer. Little Girl Party Hostess— Buelah, little daughter of Nellie Burlingame, celebrated her llth birthday anniversary Saturday by entertaining seven young friends at a theater party and lunch at the Algonquin. The guests were Doris Phillips, Virginia King, Doris McGuire, Barbara Harvey, Celesta Moulds, Opal Cook, and Margaret Pelisek. E. N. A. Clnb Entertains— Mrs., Fred Powell entertained the Royal Neighbor club Tuesday afternoon, .with Mrs. •Bert Cronau and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson as assisting hostesses. This was guest day, and there were some 10 guests. Mrs. John Laing won high at bridge; a Mrs. Cairy, low; and Mrs. Harvey Coleman, a door prize. Bally Day for Sunday School— The Congregational Sunday school will hold its annual Rally day Sunday morning at the church, beginning at 10 o'clock. A special program of music and recitations Is being prepared. The committee in charge consists of the Mesdatt* es H. W. Miller, B. W. Hanson, Sylvia Gunn, and R J. Muttagh. Wa-tan.ye Cfnb Has . Twelve members of the Wa-tan- ye had a picnic supper Tuesday evening, at the Ambrose A. Can state park, Louise Magnusson, of the Iowa State bank, was a cltto guest. The girls also had a marshmallow and weiner roast. The next meeting will be a dinner at the Algona hotel Tuesday evening. Watermelon Party Is Given— Louise and Calvin Wadlelgh, south of Algona., entertained 17 young people at a watermelon party Monday evening at their home. The hostesses are freshmen in the high school, and they are daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh. __ , Teachers Are Entertained— Antoinette and Burnetta Bon- stetter were hostesses to Algona's 20 grade teachers Tuesday noon at a noon luncheon at the Bryant school building. A trl-county grade teachers' convention was held the same day at the local high school building. Lutheran Y. P. to Meet— The Trinity Lutheran Young People's society meets Friday evening at the church. The entertainment committee consists of Marjorie Otto and Elfreda Lehman; the refreshments committee, Hulda and Lena Zimmerman. Five to Okobojl Cottage— Algona women entertained at the George Elbert cottage, at the Okobojia yesterday (Wednesday) were Mesdames D. H. Goeders, E. C. Dickinson, K. D. James, L. G. Baker, and M. J. Pool. Mrs. Elbert was hostess. Woman's Clnb Meets Tomorrow— The Algona Woman's club meetfi this week Friday afternoon at the library. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, will give a book review on Fanny Kemble, by Mar garet Armstrong, and Mrs. V. K Rising will sing. Silver Wedding Celebrated- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gillespi celebrated their silver wedding an niversary Sunday by entertaining the .Irvin Gerbers, the L. W. Gil lespies, and H. R. Gibsons, all o Algona, and the H. T. Gillespies Fort Dodge. Other Society. Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles enter tained the Candlelight club Mon day evening at dinner in the Al gona hotel blue room. Following dinner, bridge was played at the Chrischilles home. Two tables were in play. The club does no Mrs ' give prixes. Club guests Sallle Krahz arid Melon j^mgiey Mr*. A. W. Ainunaon and Mr<>. Leon Merrftt entertained at a one O'clock luncheon and bridge party Monday at the former's home Bridge was flayed at aix tables Mrs. F. t>. Thorpe winning high- Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, a 'chair prize) and Mrs. Fred Geigel was low, \, -.' • • Atorney and Mrs. L. E. Linnnn entertained at an informnl dinner Saturday evening at their hom» Guests were Dr.-and Mre. c. c Shierk. and Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. F Steele. Following 6:30 dinner bridge was played. Tho Baptist Children World's Crusad_ers met at the church yesterday after 4 o'clock, five boys and two. girls attending. Mrs. Chas. Reaper is leader. The time was spent at making doll beds and mattresses. . The Delphian club will meet Monday at the Algona hotel for a one o'clock luncheon. The meeting has been advanced from Tuesday to avoid conflict with a county federation meeting, Mrs. Thomas E. Dalley entertain- IPI K '2 w ft, S ' gm * Mllllp.* 1 ", " 1CCt " ami from •-« r oh U - B 7 FaH's in Full Swing ... ANGOPACA THE COAT THAT SERVES ALL PURPOSES A coat that's warm. A coat that's light. A coat that's sturdy. A coat that's swanky. See this famous blend of materials. The silky hair of the Andean Alpaca, fleecy Angora mohair, sturdy American wool! All blended into a new kind of cloth that gives you everything you demand of a coat from Pall to Spring. Remember— —if it's quality at a price it's at ZENDER'S Remember—• —We have a well-stocked department for the boy in school $24 .50 $ 29 .50 A Flul Line of JACKETS OTHERS 16.50 - 19.50 ^ Fine Fabrics Make Fine Clothes The kind of suits you've always admired. Rich, smooth worsted; smart, sturdy twists, colorful worsted cheviots are yours at a price you can cheerfully pay! Smart greens, blues, browns, grays, in all the new weaves. Come in—inspect and try on. No obligation — the pleasure is all ours. $ 24 .50 $ OXHEKS, 19.50 29 .50 Just the thing to wear to school. Two color gaberdines or plain colors. We have them for boys too. 1.95 to 3.50 Boys', 1.95 ^^^^•^^^^^^^t^mmmmtmm^immft^ Prep Suits Outstanding all-woo) auit* for the young lad too at a price you can pay 8.95 16.50 See Our New Fall Arrow Shirts Arrow Ties Stetson Hats Crosby Square 'Shoes Munsingwear Hansen Gloves -ZENDER'S- Quality Fall Clothe, for Men and Boy. 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