Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1938
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH bouNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA> IOWA FOR BEAUTY AND rOMFOHT Air-Step Goid<m Htivan;-.'. Calf or Black •••ju .(.'.<: Step-in Pump $ 6.00 Air-Step Wine Suede or Black Suede Tie Odette Style Rust Suede Gored Pump, medium heel, also in Black Suede anc Wine Suede. $ 4.00 Many other styles and colors priced from $2.50 to $6.00 BUSTER BROWN for Tots and Teens Sport Oxfords $ 2.98 *4.00 Children's Shoes *2.00 *2.98 Brownell Shoe Co. Daughter of John G. Smith Loses Her Husband NEWLYWEOS RETURN TOHOME ATBURT Burt, Oct. 5—Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stow came home Sunday after a week's honeymoon trip spent with Wlllard's sisters at Goshen, Ind., and East Mollne, 111., and his brother at Newton. Millie Johnson, daughter of Chris Johnson, of Badger, and Wil- gona last week of the sudden death i lard, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. of Charles Jones, Union Grore, J - p - Stow, were married a week Wis., following an emergency opar- ago Monday evening at 8 .o'c'.ock by the Rev. T. E. George In the church of Brethren parsonage at Gochen, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Zimmerman, sister and brotii- CHARLES JONES, EX-IRVINGTON, REPORTED DEAD Irvington, Oct. 4—Word has been received by friends here and at Al- ation. Death was caused by acute peritonitis. Blood transfusions were given in an effort to save his life, here, Mr. Jones, known to many had suffered from diabetes for years. His widow is the former Maud Smith, eldest dau>;li r _or of the late John G. Smith, Algonn. Although no further information has been received here, It is believed that burial was made at Union Grove, where Mr. and Mr. 1 ?. Jones had for some years lived. Mrs. Jones' father was an early day Algona merchant, brother ofj the late "Uncle Lew" Smith, find for some years in later life served | as county supervisor. He moved i to Santa Monica. Calif., some 30 j years ago and died there. Jordan* to Sew Home— Mra. and Mrs. S. M. Jordan moved last week to their new home on the south side of Irvington which had been repaired and redecorated. Mrs. Win. Frederick Sr. and her grandson have taken possession of the house vacated by the Jordans, which the Heclricks purchased some time ago. Miv Hedrick .aid his daughter near Sexton they too will move to Irvington. Mrs". Hedrick and her gramlsori came at this time because school accommodations. er-in-law of the bridegroom, attended them. The bride wore teal blue with navy blue accessories. Before her marriage Mrs. Stow had a position In Chicago. Willard owns a cafe here. The newlywe'ds will be at home in rooms over the cafe. PIONEER GIRL AT LU VERNE DIES FRIDAY Lu Verne, Oct. 4—A large number of former neighbors and other friends attended the funeral of Mrs. 0. D. Castleman at Renwlok Sunday. She was 63 and died Friday after a lingering illness. She remain on- the farm 'eaves her husband, a stepson, and till March- 3, when many relatives. The Castlemans lived at Lu Verne for some years before going to Renwick throe or years ago. Mrs. Castleman was the daughter of pioneer parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Potter, who took a homestead in Humboldt county in 18G8. She was one of a family of john:»iiie children, six girls and three boys, and thoir home was the center of the social life of the community while they lived here. Mrs . Castleman took an active interest and Mrs. Smith will farm on a ".' the Presbyterian church. Rela- .Sills to the A'«nl Smith Farm— Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sill, who had been tenants on the Frankl 1'arm, northeast of here, moved Monday to the Mrs. Neal Smith farm at the east edge of Al- gonu. It is reported that the Sills lives attending the here were Mrs. W. funeral from F. Godfrey, partnership basis. Raymond Harig, who has been employed by Mr. Frankl for .some time, will take . . possession of the buildings vacated !md Ml ' s - John Brink, son Richard, u - "-- " l "~ -' ------ !Mrs. William Bigings, son Hob- Florence and Rubye Godfrey, Mr'. by the Sills immediately. Communion Services Sunday— Communion services were held at the Irvington church Sunday morning, and the Rev. A. English began with a short sermon on Jesus as a Singer. The text was, And after they had sung an hymn they went out into the Mount Olives.—Matthew, 26-30. of Missionary Society Meets— The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church, Mr.s. jert, and daughter Mary Alice. Bally J)ay is Observed- Rally Day services at the Evangelical church Sunday were wall attended. After the morning service there was a covered-dish dinner at the town hall, and the Rev. C. K. Smith, Boxholm, preached. A solo by Florence Hof and a number by a male quartette—the Rev. E. R. Walter, Paul and John Blumer, and Irvin Chapman—accompanied by Mrs. Max Patterson were «UJ l(.4.i.v;iiiuvjii ni, UHC 1>11U1 I'll, AM. I O« I • » . . v William Boldridge in charge. T he lspeclal mu s'cal features. The Rev. Mr. English led devotions. p'°"ns People of the local church The topics were Challenging Facts } V1 " attell d a young people's con- and the Younger Generation. Al- terenc e at Boxholm next Sunday. bertha and Elnora Boldridge sang He is Mine, as a duet. Heart I'atieut is Improved— Mrs. Annie Ludwig, Fort Dodge, spent a few days last week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Dole. Mr. Ludwig, who has heart dis- Here to Attend Funerals—. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thiele, Inwood, were at William Knopf's early in the week. They came to attend the funeral of HornerVs aunt, Mrs. O. D. Castleman, also of his father, Peter Thiele, who died suddenly in-California, where he ease, is reported some better. He been iMns fr was at Iowa City for a time last Plana . were made for summer. Finds His Wrist Broken— H. T. Sabin, who has been having trouble with one arm since a cow injured it last summer, went to a physician last week and found that a bone broken. in the wrist was Sclicppinan Sister Kecovering— Mrs. Louis Schaffer, West Bend, who had an operation at Rochester two weeks ago, is expected home any day. She is a sifter of Henry Scheppman here. Other Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, of Round Lake, Minn., and Mr. and I Mrs. Louie Christoffer, Brewster, Minn., visited the Henry Schepp- manns last week Wednesday. They were en route to their homes after a two weeks vacation in Illinois. The T. E. Wickwires drove to Eagle Grove Sunday afternoon 10 take home Mr.s. Summers, who had been with them a week, She is a sister of Mr. Wickwire and the mother of Austin Summers, Clear Lake, formerly Irvington. Walter and Martha Mescher and Glen McCleisch, all of Bancroft, and Mildred Dole, Irvington, drove to Waterloo for the Dairy Cattle Congress Saturday, and returned Sunday. Mrs. Ella Potter plans to leave Renwick Tuesday. Trontmaiig Going to Woodward— Lee Troutman came home from Woodward Sunday. He had been there a month, plowing on a farm he has rented. His brother-in-law, Herman Meyer, who had been seriously ill two years, was able to come to town Saturday. He still has severe headaches, but is iible to be up and about the house part of every day. Doctor and llrotlier Fishing— Dr. T. L. Williams and his brother Jack, th£ latter of Fort Dodge, went to Minnesota Friday on a fishing trip. Jack had two opera- OPERETTA TO DE PRESENTED ATLEDYARD Ledyard, Oct. 6—An operetta, Polished Pebbles, has been begun by the high school music students under direction of Edith Reaney, and will be given late this month. Leading parts In the operetta have been given to Kathleen Reece, Paul Garry, Marjorie Gable, Howard Klinksiek, Jean Gable, Marjorie Mayer, Deloris Gelhaus, Betty Eggerth, Deloris Juukermeler, and Howard Nitz. Both the boys' and girls' glee clubs will assist. Wcdg Rochester Doctor- Mr, and Mrs, Edward Knoner and sons.were in Lakota Sunday attending the wedding of Mrs. Knoner's sister, Mildred Bargar to Dr. Walter Prigge,' of Rochester, Minn. The couple was married at the Presbyterian church and was attended by Fern Lewis and a brother of the bridegroom. Mildred attended school In Ledyard and later went to Hamilton Business college in Mason City. For several years she has been employed at the clinic at Rochester. Dr. Prigge is also employed in the clinic. League Officers Elected— The Bpworth League elected the following officers at its meeting Sunday evening: president, Howard Klinksiek; vice, Jean Gable; secretavy, Howard Nitz; treasurer, Donald Looft. Also elected were Donald Looft and Howard Klinksiek to be leaders in a contest to be held from now till Halloween. Cleo Gable is leader of the league. Surprint' Dinner js Giren— Last week Tuesday evening a surprise dinner was served at George Hagge's in honor of Mr. Hagge's birthday. Attending were the Edward Hagges, of Buffalo Center, the Raymond Barslous, the Arthur Zielskes, and the John Frandles. ' and Walter were Sunday guests at Paul Oldenburg's in Elmore. George Dunn and son Paul, of Sheldon, visited at Harm Steeu- hardt's a week ago Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnko and daughters and Mrs. Evelyn Brown went to Ilollandale Sunday. 'D. A. and Elvln Carpenter attended the Dairy Cattle Congress In Waterloo Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Lou Togerson and Alvln, of Mason City, spent Sunday at Harold Herzog's. The Sam and William Welfares, Swea City, visited at J. H. Welfare's Sunday. The Earl Jenks family, of Fairmont, visited Sunday at Harriett Matzener's. Mary Ellen Galagan spent the week-end at her home In Rockwell. Mrs. J. A. Devine, Bancroft, visited at Jack McDonald's Friday. PORTLAND last week-end visitors at Mrs. Treat's brother John Spittle's at Waterloo. RICH POINT 'At a recent meeting at the Center schoolhouse in Irvlngton township A. A. A. comtnittemen were elected for 1939: Henry Eischeld, L. C. Hutchins, and James Black. Only a small number of farmers attended. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capeslus attended the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo last week. Evelyn Black, Cedar Falls/spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, P.aul Black. Mrs. Irving Urch, West Concord, Minn., and Jier son Albert, are spending the week with the f, e( » Start Who,, y( your at 1 f damage. former's pBrents, Mr. and Mrs. J. oes B A. Johnson. Oin\ Icublcjuoif . -' xner eisnoodor , Our alteration department Is always at your scr vi reasonable. , ' c ' Pr lces a , f | MODERN DRY CLEANERS i« KWI ™"tW Phone 637 lions this troubles. summer for Mrs. Helena mastoid Stripling, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery, and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rietau went on a fishing trip last week Thursday. Fly from Coast for Visits- Robert Cooper and Orlin Allison, Long Beach, Calif., visited their aunt, Mrs. Pearle Conoway, from Friday till Tuesday. These young men, who have their own plane, had been visiting relatives at Clarinda. They left Tuesday for St. Paul on the way home. Other Lu Verne. Mrs. S. E. Smith, Minneapolis, son James, and daughter Mary Ann were week-end guests at the for her home at Sioux City late j former's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. this week, utter having spent a va- A. Allen's. Other week-end visitors cation with relatives at Algona and in Lu Verne were Kenneth Marty, other points in Iowa and Minnesota. 10. H. Thomas and his daughter Loruine spent Sunday with friends here. Mr. Thomas also called at nearby towns. Mrs. Naomi Lofing, Mason City, rame Saturday for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. McLean. The Dan Schulz family, Clarion, were Sunday visitors at Rome Robison's and H. T. Sabin's. Mrs. Mary Robin, Webster City, is- spending this Jacob Maaadam. week with Mrs. OTTOSEN The '500' clbu spent Sunday at Douglas Olson's, Grand Junction. The Olsons are former members. Going down were Messrs, and Mesdames Percy Watnem, Herman Kramer, Clifford Lenders, Harold Jacobsou, Earl Perkins, and Oliver Kinseth. Mrs. Roy Telford, sons Deane and Larry, Mrs. Rena Enockson, arid the latter's sons spent the week-end at Edgar Jacobson's, at Belle Plaine. Mrs. Carol Nissen aud Gertrude Mistven, Bode, spent the week-end at Percy Watnem's, aud Mr. aud Mrs. Merle Holt visited at the Harry Cha.'nbers home at Corwith Sunday. Shirley Kinseth had a minor operation at the General hospital, Algona, Saturday. Mars, at Wm. Marty's, "Con 1 Baumgartner, Renwick; and the Bekmans, Alton, at Dr. R. I>. Corbin's. The young people of the Presbyterian church plan to attend a rally at Rockwell City next Sunday afternoon and evening. This Is for young people in the Fort Dodge Presbytery. Mrs. William Woito went to Jje Mars Friday, and from there was accompanied by her daughter Elinor May to Sioux Falls, where they spent Sunday with the Harold Woitos. The Carl Goetsches were Mason City callers Saturday. Hazel Nygaard and Phil Lichty Jr. were at home from Mason City over the week-end. Mrs. Frank Burgess, Rutland, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bowman. She was Velma Bowman. Paul. Kuopf spent Sunday at Rochester with Glorinue Stephens, patient in a hospital there. Marjorie McClellau spent the week-end at Gleu McClellan's, Corwith. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AT YOUR SERVICE TOvHELPYOU SE1 Raymond Jtarslous Here- Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Barslou and sou Jerry, who for several years have made their home in Denver, Colo., came a week ago Monday evening and for the present will make their home with Mrs Barslou's father George Hagge. Teachers Enjoy a Party— A week ago Monday evening faculty memers who had taught here before entertained the new members at a picnic at the Call State park in Algona, and later took them to the theater. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Bergsether and Mrs. Eddie Amundson, of Bricelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Milo' Halvorson and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Olson and Jerry, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Wangen and children Albert Lea, were Sunday guests at Edward Halvorson's. .Alfred Krammersmeier has purchased the D-X gas truck from L. C. Stroud. He owned the truck when it was a Shell truck and sold it to Stroud when he went to Swea City to run a Cities Service station. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Barslou and Jerry,. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morton and daughter, and Mrs. L. A, Barslou drove to Little Boy, Minn., Monday to visit at Wilfred Barslou's for a week. •Mr. and Mrs. Dore Freeh and Peggy and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Link, Des Moines, were Sunday guests at D. A. Link's. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link and daughter, of Swea, were there Wednesday evening. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carry drove to Albert Lea Friday to meet Mrs. Garry's mother, Mrs. Walsh. She has been in Rochester and Austin this summer and returned here to spend the winter. There was no school here last Tuesday as the teachers were attending institute. Grade teachers went to Algona and the high school teachers to Britt. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar are parents of a son, born Monday moroning at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. This is the second son for the Skaars. Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Busdb and son Harry and granddaughter Geraldine, all of Alden, spent several days last week visiting Mrs. Fred Busch. Mr. aud Mrs. John Heetland and Mr. aud Mrs. L. A. Nitz drove to Good Thunder, Minn., Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Gradke. Mr, and Mrs. H. D, Mayne aud Wallace accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hartshorn, Swea City, |o Spencer Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane drove to Lu Verne Sunday to take Jeanette Mason home after a week visiting here. Leonard Warner, who has Deen working in Fenton, was home last week aud painted his parents' home. Fred Munger accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Sanders to northern Minnesota last week Wednesday to visit. The William Garrys went to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Minnesota-Nebraska football game. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske Lavonne Jensen and Wilma Harris, student operators at a beauty academy, Fort Dodge, were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Letha Mann. The Peter Whites, of Harrison, Ark., arrived Sunday for extended visits with relatives and friends here and at Algona. Mr. White's mother, Mrs. Herman Dau, who lives at Algona, has been sick for some weeks. . Mrs. Ray McWhorter, daughters Virginia, Mary Janice, and Joan were Sunday guests of friends r.t Winnebago, Minn. They traveled with Mrs. McWhorter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle. Mr. aud Mrs. Weedie Hubbard, Chicago, who were en route from «, trip to Tennessee, Arkansas, and Oklahoma, were Sunday callers at Ellis McWhorter's, Algona, and the Ray McWhorters spent a short time with them there Sunday morning. Mrs. Wyot Stott is spending the week at Bode with her daughter Mrs. Vernon Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde .Bristow ind — Mr. and Mrs, Ranney Putz attend- EE ed the Waterloo Dairy Cattle Congress last week. Mrs. Putz visited a sister there. The Ted Ringsdorfs spent from Friday till Sunday night at the Cattle Congress and visited relatives. Natalie Mann had a tonsillectomy at the Kossuth hospital Saturday and was brought home Sunday. She is a rural teacher, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rov Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Peterson and Lois Mann, all of Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at E. O. Mann's. Thelma Bristow and Nadiue and Sharon Mann were Sunday afternoon guests at Lyle Mann's WE SELL AND RECOMMEND INSULATION INEXPENSIVE ' FIREPROOF ROTPROOF • VERMINPROOF Botsford Lumber Co. JimPool.Mgr, SWEA-EAGLE Bert Olson has leased a 420-acre farm south of Algona ,to which lie will move March 1. He trucked his tractor and plows to the farm Saturday for plowing this week. Martin Gable, Grant, will move to the farm where the Olsons now live. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Faugust, of East Chain, Minn., and Evelyn Neleon, Lature, Minn., were .Sunday dinner guests at O. A. Jensen's, and in the afternoon the party visited the J. M. Jensons at Ringsted Miss Nelson used to clerk at the Jeneon store at Ringsted. The T.'A. Henningtons were week-end guests at Frank Grein- ers. Mrs. Hennington and Mrs. Greiner are twins, and they celebrated their birthday Saturday. Rudolph Peterson fell seriously sick Friday and was taken to the Coleman hospital, Estherville, where he had an appendix operation and at last reports was recovering. A Mrs. Carlson, near Wesley is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Henry Waubin. Mrs, Erma Weeterholt and her daughter Darlene have returned to lffj r me at Grand Forks, N. D., •a month here with friends Mrs. W. conducted services cit Bible cburch at Swea Deloris Mayne, Gerled, spent the week-end at her aunt, Mrs John Jongberg. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Treat and their daughter Shirley Lee were If You are Shopping for Quality! If you are interested in color harmony!! If You are Impressed by Sheer Beauty!] | You Should Wear — _ | Holeproof Hosiery) | Specially featured this week at Graham's ~ Fuli-Fashion Sheer Chiffon and Service Weight Silk Hosiery V Sheer-Clear CHIFFONS 79c 3 pairs $2.25. Be fashion wise — buy Holeproof three-thread all silk shadowless chiffon. You'll be ' pleased with their sheer beauty! 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