Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1938 · Page 3
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KOSSttTH COtNTY ADVANCED Al/JONA, IOWA Will Read at Club Meeting fEH'8 F, B, P, LAKOTA, IS ELECTION Oct i2_Mesdames O. J. Charlee Winter, and •Were hostesses project meeting with about 30 Portland School Planning Good Halloween Program Portland Twp., Oct. 11. — Letlia Mann and her No. 8 pupils will give a Halloween program and box social next week Wednesday. The program Is to be a good one. A table will be 'given away, and slack grounds at the No. 8 schoolhouse, where it was much needed. 1'nrtlnnd 1'nplls in Tiny- Portland's Burt high school students who are taking part in ft lunches, with coffee, wilt be Junior play, Special Delivery, arc served. Sharon Mann, Thelma Bristow, and attending. bairman, Mrs J. Hol- Attcnds Union Ulnb Meet- Mrs. J. H. Zanke attended Frank Becker. The play will given this week Friday. be JL 111 Mrs. J..E. Telcamp, Kan, presided at the bus* eTng, and the following . Jere re-elected: Chairman, Licomb; vice, Mre. Telcamp; v-treasurer,. Mrs, Alvln rC; and Mrs. Lou Ntte .cted publicity chairman, Infoyed group .singing and Ibert McCarthy gave a read- Silver and No Gold, which , W |H of Charles Louis-berry, J county, HI- Mr, Louisber- . once a lawyer and at the ' making his will waa an in- a Chicago poorhouse. will he gave to children n d girls, all. the beautifu ! nature, and to parents to correctly and lovingly Ijeir children: • • _. ' [October general Farm Bu- Leting will be held at Chas. fccht's instead of J. H. War- fr- ; Officers Installed— hodist Sunday school officers achers were Installed at the t morning service. Sunday ally day and Promotion day, large attendance was pres- 1 several were promoted »ch of the four classes, Sun- Primary, Hustlers, and ii\- jjiates. A family dinner was fin the church dining room ling Sunday school, and a • crowd enjoyed the social fag well as the fried chicken. ..ard at I>es Molnes— i goil conservation board from pn township, composed of Patterson, Ernest Christ, Doden, Lamport Hippen iufus Olthoff left Tuesday Ing for Des Molnes to attend iool of instruction and to laddresses by Claude Nicker- M. Evans, and other offi- Mothers & Daughters duo meeting 1Jnl '*; Shower Is Given— Good Hope Paragraphs mer's husband to Osage, Sunday after two weeks with Mrs. Bald* win's mother, Mrs. Emll Mlttag. it >the Mrs. Frank Hofius home in Jnlon township last week Thurs- lay evening She continues faith- ul membership in the club, having selonged to it many years before noving here. WcWhorter Spuds Crop Short^Ray McWhorter, Portland's po- .ato king, did not raise as largo a crop as usual this season, due to the wet weather at a critical time. He has made extensive Improvements on his storehouse by insulating it and doing an interior paint job. School Gets Neiv Driveway — A crew ot county men constructed two driveways on a. recently graded road in southwest Portland township last week. One is to the n i o n i n u A n v Mrs, Clarion Long and her small spn were honorees this week Tuesday at a baby shower in which a large group of neighboring women took part. It was given at Mrs. David Weber's. . Other Portland News. Sunday dinner guests at G. 0. McFarland's were two sisters of Mrs. McFarkmd, Mrs. Doyle Sanders, Swea City, and Mrs. Peter Shierholtz. Mrs. Sanders was accompanied by her family, Mrs. Sheirholtz by a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. J. Q. Jamison, at Algona Sunday. The Jamisons once lived on the farm where the Martin Beckers I now live. It is now owned by C. A. Samson, Algona. Minn., were at home. In the -after- MRS, EMMA EILER, WHITTEMDRE, PASSES Whlttemore, Oct.- 11—Mrs. Emma Eller, 92, eldest resident here, died at her home Saturday afternoon. She suffered a paralytic stroke six week ago and gradually grew worse. Her sons W. A. and Charles were with her while she was sick. Funeral services were held at St. Michael's Catholic church Monday morning. Father William Veit, pastor, officiated at requiem high mass. The body was taken to Henry, 111,, for burial beside the grave of Mr.s Eiler's husband, Matt Eiler, who died at El Campo, Tex., 12 years ago. Mrs. Elle.r's given names were Emma Barbara, and she was born In New York City February 17, 1846. In 1865 she was married at Henry, 111., and the Ellers lived there till they came to Whltte- more .'n 1892, 46 years ago. They conducted a hotel and restaurant business here. Eight children were born, but four are dead. Surviving are: W. A. Eiler, Lakeside, Mich.; Charles, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dodds and the children, Evelyn, Florence, and James, drove to Sioux City Saturday for a. day with the daughter Bernlce, of the Methodist hospital, rrhe Claude Seeleys spent the day with the Mrs. Seeley's parents -ind attended church services at Good Hope. The Otto Engstroms, Elmore, were guests of the Henry Engstroms. Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll, the I. W. Nelsons, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrioh, all of Lone Rock, attended the church services at 'Good Hope Sunday. There was no service at their own church which Is at present without a pastor. William Gustin, who works for William Dodds, received word Saturday of the death of his father at Buffalo Center. Funeral services were held Tuesday. He had been an invalid for some years, most of the time helpless. Mr. Dodds took Mr. Gustin to Buffalo Center Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott ac- FWler, Colo., Mrs. Nelson's tiome. Mrs. Nelson had been called here 'because of the recent death of her mother. Mr. Beck and his eon will be at Fowler a week or ten days. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood, with Martha Madson, drove to Eagle Grove Sunday for dinner with the Robert Derscheids. Also there were Carl Madson, daughter •Erna, and sons John and Albert, former Good Hope residents. Mattie Warner and Eva Whitney, Burt, were dinner guests at the Good Hope parsonage Monday evening. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Williams, Lincoln, Iowa, were gueste irom 'Friday till Sunday at Ben Reid's. Mrs. Williams is the former Evelyn Gaddy, Vinton, niece of Mrs. Reid. Mrs. Frank Baldwin and her son Billy have returned with the for- Mr. Bald' Algona, i at. Osage, NEW LOW PRICE FOR AUTOMATIC BUTLER STOKER Standard M.J.I PAGE Ttittifll In, formerly ft grW<* it now manager ot * Btote Chicago; Amelia, Frank, Boston. All Cowen, attended and the burial at Henry. Pallbearers here were Frank Bestenlehner, Jack Farrel, Nick Semon, Vess Hayes, John Mosback, and Peter Volk. orn Crib Erected— Koppen has completed a orn crib on his farm just town. The building is feet, with center height 24 land a cement foundation and The center may be used-as tage or crib. An elevator is installed and it will be an j-date farm building. [School Editors Famed- high school paper, The WOMEN OPEN LUVERNE YEAR Lu Verne, Oct. 13—The first meeting this church year of the Methodist woman's home missionary society was a one o'clock luncheon at the Community h/ill last week Thursday afternoon. It was dues-paying day. One new member was added to the roll, Mrs. J. E. Stoddard. The hall was beautifully decorated with tall flowers, and the seating was at Cour small tables.. Following the luncheon and a business meeting, with Mrs. Ray Stone presiding, Mrs. Harry Lichty sang', "Do Some- j thing for Others," and a missionary play "Methodist Women Look at the World," was given by Mesdames Harvey Nelson, John Brink, Ray Stone, Donald Donaldson, and R. S. Surby, and Myra Peitzke. New Members Join Club— Six new members were added to noon friends in the Evangelical church, of which she is also a member, surprised 'her by dropping in to extend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Elmer, of Renwick, daughters Clara and Martha, were hero from out of town. Local Woman's Father 80— The Irvin Chapmans and Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman were at Goldfield Sunday for a dinner honoring the 80th birthday of Mrs. Irvin Chapman's father, George Kabele. His birthday was Saturday, and he received more than 60 cards SENECA that the change of special treatment •Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell entertained the Modern Mixers club members and families at a card party Friday evening. Club guests included the Cecil Baileys, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt, and the Sheldon was at home from Ames for the, occasion. Dinner Honors the Hnrveys— There was a dinner at the Community hall Sunday noon, sponsored by the Methodist member* ship in honor of the pastor and wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson, who were returned to this pastorate fpr another year. A prayer was given after dinner, and the rest of the afternoon was spent at visiting. Some 70 persons attended. Supply Preacher to Speak— A state worker, the Rev. Gilbert , is again being printed in akota Record. Dale Jacobson Bitor-in-chlef, Lola Schroeder Pitor, Kathryn Becker, grade i reporter, and Peter Walters, news. The editing of the 1 paper is-under-the direction i junior class. ckwcll City Bally— „ Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Fror- land 25 of the senior Christian avor young people drove to Jwell City Sunday afternoon to 1 a rally. Dinner was eerved idng church service fio they get an early start and be , for the afternoon. [Other Lakota News. and Mrs. John Griese and |liter Maxlrie, and Charles Peti left Friday afternoon for halltown for the week-end vis- j at Frank Thomas's, an uncle lota'Griese. ' While there they bded the corn show and other Its of interest. >e Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer trned Thursday after attending !erence, and from there they a son and daughter in City and attended the fuu- | of a retired minister, the Rev ry Albertflori. b. Clyde Thaves and little filter went to Rock Rapids with her brother Raymond fct and will visit her parents for j Weeks. le and Sayde Patterson and Hamnqulst, students at Up- lowa university, were week- visitors at Henry Patterson's yron Johnson was a visitor,at Peterson's Sunday afternoon [also called on other friends In ILakota vicinity, p. and Mrs, R. l>, 'Williams and [and Mrs. Guy Beemer drove to Uern Minnesota '. Friday for a days fishing, and Mrs. E<irl RUchey, Chi- spent the week-end at Mrs. the roster of the Progressive Worn-1 Voorhies, will conduct morning services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday. The church has been without a pastor since March, when the Rev. E. E. Hancock left for El Paso, Tex. Shower for Recent Bride— Mesdames Jas. Johnson, Orville Anderson, and Arno Rlstau entertained at a miscellaneous shower for their sister, Mrs. Richard Wer- mersen, at Mrs. Alex Miller's Sunday afternoon, 30 relatives attending. Daughter for the Koonces— Announcement has been received an's club at a meeting Monday evening: Louise Louer, Lorraine Olson, Kleta Finley, Harriet Beattie, Connie Hubbard, and Verla Mae Huston. Consuelo Hanna rejoined as an active. The meeting was at Mrs. George Tiede's, and 12 other members attended. The program was opened with tabloid book reviews l>y Mrs. Cecil Huff, Mrs. P. C. Lichty, and Mrs. A. D. Burtis on With Malice Toward Some, The Young Mrs. Meiggs, and The Nutmeg Tree respectively. Mrs. Ray Stone gave a short talk on News in the Theatrical World, and Merrills, all of Seneca, and "Mrs. Harvey Christiansen and Mrs. Henry Meyers, Ringsted. Five Hundred was played at nine tables, Glenn I sen and Howard Richard were law. Glenn Paulsen won travel, and Mrs. Henry Meyers won a chair prize. The Irvin Classona, the Curtis Olsens, the Arthur Paulsens, the Albert Codys, and the Ole Ofte- dahls spent Sunday evening at Bertl Berkeland's, near Fenton. Duane Campbell got home Friday evening from Fort Snelllng, near Minneapolis. Edward ;Lindsey, Fenton, clerked at the Seneca store Saturday and Sunday luring Mr! Bailey's absence. Jos. Lase, Mason City, spent the week-end at Ralph Campbell's. The Irvin Classons were Sunday guests at Lester Classen's, , near Fairmont, *'•• '"**! companied Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, to Haifa Sunday to be dinner guests at Jos. Madden's. The Nathan Parrs spent the day with relatives at Austin, Minn. Otto Laabs got home last week 'Thursday from California, where he had taken Mrs. Laabs for the winter with a sister. It is hoped climate and which Mrs. 'Laabs will receive there will give relief from arthritis, with which she has been a gi;eat sufferer, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth, 'Lone Rock, returned last week Tuesday from visits with relatives and friends at Lynd and Amiret, Minn,, since the preceding Thursday. A large group of relatives gathered for a reunion last week Sunday. •Neils Beck, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Louie Nelson, and Bis son Arthur, left Tuesday for 666 Liquid. Tablets Salve. Nose Props Try relieves COLDS, FEVER AND HEADACHES due to Colds Unb-My-Tlsrn," a Wonderful Liniment. IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE? Tell the public about It in vance Want Ad. an Ad- HARTSHORN BARBER SHOP Now in new location beneath the old postoffice building. Come and visit the new shop YOU CAN AffORD IT— TURN THE riRE-TENDING OVER TO AN AUTOMATIC OUTLER COAL STOKER! I WISH WE COUtO ArrORD AUTOMATIC HEAT, AND SAVE SOME OF THAT SHOVELING AND FIRE-WATCHING I YES I I PAY MY OWN WAY .WITH THE FUEL I SAVE I .;:•'"<. "You Don't Have To Be Rich To Have MY Automatic Heat i..It Pays For Itself!" "Thousands are telling their friends about the convenience, comfort »nd healthful warmth of the Automatic Butler Coal Stoker. It fits any furnace or boiler i.. "pipes" low-cost stoker coal to the fire automatt- tally! No. smoke! No soot! Get all details in our FREE booklet telling "HOw To Get Automatic Heat For Less Than Hand-Fired Coal! Phone us now for your copy and FREE Heat Survey. YOVR HEAT MERCHANT F. S. NORTON & SON Phone 229 — Algona !2,'llli!lllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllW ,.-!-. y There are sb Many | New Dress;Types Coat dress, shirred wrists, white benga- line collar. Sizes 13-20 '10.95 Z Id en td Sunday dinner guests at .Kermit Hauck's at Klemme. Mr. and Mra. Jack Hiwley visited relatives that day at Waverly and Cedar Falls. The A. M. Hilberte, Spencer, were guests here over the week-end, Kathleen Sanfprd, who is taking a course at A. I. B., Des Moines, was at home for the week-end. Genevieve Sanford spent' Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harriet Seattle sang In Italy and of the b j rth Jast week Tuesday of A. Brown B % ird Singing. Meetings a d aug hter to the Rev. and Mrs. A. will be held Monday evenings from j oonce, Enon Valley, Pa. She now on, instead of on Friday at- j, as jj een r .amed Rosemary. Mr, Koonce is a former pastor here. for Wisconsin visitors to come 10 peUzke>s were Mr . and Mrs . j. P , Lu Verne. The Fred, Edward, and Ande Lorrftlne and phoebe Robert Blums and Henry Schuler Anderson Mra< H . R. Peitzke, Clear were at the Kubly homes, coming Lak Mrg Blanche A1 ien, Mr. and from Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. Hi- Mrg v w _ stone| Mason City, Mr, ram Zentner, Monroe, former, resi- ernoons. Visitors Here from Wisconsin- Last week seemed to be a week Wisconsin visitors to come to Other Lu Verne. Sunday guests at Mrs. Myra Frank Sanford. at Ellsworth. She 'is employed THAT WE DECIDED TO HELP Y O U CHOOSE THE SMARTEST Prices Range $5.00 to $10.95 . A n dents, came to visit relatives and look after property interests. An-, other group, composed of Mr. and I Mrs. Henry Steussy, Mrs. Paul |' Kubly, New Glarus, Wis., and Mrs. Marcus Hoesley, Nealsville, Wis.,| came Friday, and a family dinner was given for them Saturday at George Hanselraan's, and at Mrs, Elsie Steussy's Sunday. The Everett Steussys were here from Clear Lake for the Sunday dinner. Yonng People Attend Bailies— > Wayne and Faith Hoppe and Evan Lichty, Lottie Mason, and Verla May Huston attended a young people's rally for the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Rockwell City Sunday afternoon and evening. Autoloads of Evangelical young people attended a similar rally at Boxholm. Melvin Marty was lesson leader at a meeting of the Evan- elical Y. P. M. C. at Henry Mar- Friday evening. Mra George .Ditzel, Spencer g(m Roger) daug hter Ruth Ann. Mf and Mrg H T Blumer ware THE DORCAS SOCIETY of the FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH will hold a RUMMAGE SALE From 2 to 5 P. M. FRIDAY at the church. Doughnuts and coffee to be served. -i {. brother Louis Hanson's. E. Ley Jr. attended the ming and football game at City Friday and Saturday: s. W, E. Ley iand Mr. and H. Bert Ley were Algona yls- Saturday. Fred, who teaches at SEXTON John Floras have gone Dakota for a week with rel- i. Sarah Wise returned Sun- rom Mason C)jy, where she spent the weelt'end at t"" L Mack's. aun|on wa,s held Sunday g at the church- The'Rev our Bottom has been returned "" Sfixtoa-Wesley charge^ for N- Herman Wise spent Satur • ftt LU Verne with her payenta • Md Mri[' ,foha YsJT The W Groon., 8petti ^uj^y afterflpoji - ' J --'"'ft iwrth of and- her W* ^ffj^wW Pioneer Has Birthday- Mrs. Catherine Marty was unday, and her family, 80 except Cloquette, 'Dub" Mittag General Hauling Phone 368 X OO* .-- __ Embruiue red over bolero, small dress, crepe collar. 12-20, $5.00 crepe with white Sizes Shirring over neck, arms, and waisc— 2 piece effect, pleated, skirt, ideal for business. Sizes 19-20. $8.5C Plaid will be most popular tills Fall—the ever popular waist. Sizes 12-80. $6.95 Coats are ES confidential , J. P IW 88 S3 to $4 Most popular BROWN of ^JNE Guaranteed in Good H Materials are rich, warm, soft. Styles are boxey or fitted with gorgeous fur trims on sleeves and collars or plain. Fur Sleeve* The lavish us<* of fur on sleeves and colors make this type most popular.. Your choice skunk trim, fur trim, and northern seal trim, black, wine and gray colors, nubby fabrics, boucles and Kurls make up the ma-? terials, $29.50 to $49.50 Kurl Fabric* The wide variety of effects possible make thifi fur fabric so popular, Fabric materials madu to look like Persian lamb, Hudson ; -'S^al, Kreiner, and many'oth- er furs. Boxy and fit styles. $10.95 to $29,

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