Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1938 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1938
Page 11
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SEtOND SECTION DNSERV AT1ON TOPIC €<wnf n OCTOBER 27,1938 [E SPEAKS CLUB MEET IF LAKOTANS Twenty Years Ago i« Oct. 26—The Acotn club 'entertained their hus- fand teachers at a 7 o'clock ("-Thursday evening at the church and about 60 e Daughters of club , were waitresses. i flowers and black cats Eed as decorations. Autumn • baskets held brown and £ candy at each plate and colored leaves were used i cards. . ella Smith, program cha r- the year, \waa toastmis- In the club president, Mrs. FWarburton, read a prayer 1 by the late Mrc. 1 Frances r who was a pioneer club i'and an ardent worker for atlon. <' ., me close of. , dinner Mrs. Dkena played, a piano solo, y Gardens; Mrfl. O. H. Frer- »ng 'wo numbers, The Blue nd Mistletoe. '•' Ovation le the topic for ludy this year, and the corn- secured Joe Lowe, Algona, ive a very interesting talk on ration. ., ••_• Women to G. 0. P. Meet- lames W. E. Ley, William George Hee'tland, J. H. rton, Charles Gutknecht, I. rtman and W. E. Gutknecht to Burt Friday afternoon to a meeting and tea of the th county woman's Repub- club and 103 women were it B. B. Htekenlooper, cantor lieutenant-governor on ipublican ticket, was the ir. The club now has about smbers and is growing every Several county candidates present. gs to New Posfr^- [.Rev. 0. H. Frerking preach- farewell sermon at the yterian church Sunday morn- he and Mrs. Frerking left k for Dubuque, where they »ke over the management o2 by Home for the Aged. Doc- fcube, of Dubuque, 'the retir- anager of the home, was [Sunday and preached the sermon. The Frerkings pturn here to take part in the anniversary celebration bber G. (Mis, hud laid 1G5 loads of gravel on the McGregor street road oast from the Northwestern trucks. It .is difficult to realize now tliut there were no paved or graveled roads In the county only 20 years ago. THE GOVERNMENT was asking for nut and fruit pits for use in gas masks. The pits wore to be dried nnU converted into charcoal. Jiieu and tweon tlio Advance and the Upper nnd wag-'Des Mollies-Republican. The Courier had been published since'1884, 34 years. THE * * * i OWNERS of the Sweet Shop had "skipped," leaving mort- gagees to take possession. The Algona bakery had moved into the milding while a new bakery build- ng was being built. J. P. Walton, low of Newton, was .baker * * * * DUE TO WAR economy there vere to be no more grocery deliv- ries In Algona. * * * * THE ALGONA COURIER had ceased publication, and the .subscription list had boon divided be- Reircy-Operatloii— Mussman, salesman a ford garage, was> 111 severa 1 ist week and Friday evening ken to the hospital at Buf- lenter for an/emergency ap- Bitls operation and Is in a il condition. His eisters. and Ihnabands, Mr. and Mrs. El Vow, Sheffeld, and Mr. and IK. Kempf, Ricevllle, visile THE * * * FOURTH Liberty t the hospital Saturday. Attend Funeral of Aunt— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell and Henry's mother, Mrs. S. A. Mitoh-, ell, drove to Whitten last week Tuesday to attend the funeral at in aunt, Mrs. Cynthia Giles, 73 years old. They spent Tuesday light with relatives at Alden, re- .urning homo Wednesday. Mrs. Ruth Hartshorn, Swea City, took care of the Mitchell children dur- ng their absence. Two Have Blood Poisoning- Glen Klocke is suffering with a severe case o£ blood poisoning in one arm, caused by a scratch on his wrist. He is recovering. Laurence Lewis also suffered with blood-poisoning in one hand last week, but is now improved. Other Lakotn News. Mrs. Harry Moe was called to Mlnnedpolis Friday morning on business. Mrs. Edgar Inlay took her via automobile to Mankato, where she took a train. She was accompanied by her daughter Eleanor, and they returned Sunday via bus to Elmore, where Mr. Moe met them. Mrs. Guy Bcemer, accompanied by her father from Nevada, drove to Vermillion, S. D., Friday to visit her sister, returning Sunday evening. Mrs. Clarence Nlessen, Danville, 111., came Monday for several days with her mother, Mrs. Ida Ukena, and other relatives. . Mr. and Mrs. Merrill' Sparks, of Armstrong, spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Sparks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis. The Clifford Freearks, of Clear Lake, were visitors here Sunday with Mrs. Freeark's father, George Edwards. Warburton's grocery served free pancakes, syrup and coffee Saturday to a good crowd. drive had been started, and persons interested in the bonds were requested to buy them at places of voting. The o quota was $1,688,300, or more than $62 per capita, Algona's share was $250,300. All other loans oversubscribed here. * * * * ALGONA CHURCHES bined to entertain the and 250 had attended at the Methodist church. ELLEN CARLSON had completed a course in nurses' Iowa City and had enlisted as a Red Cross nurse. * * * * ERNST THIEL was in France and a French girl had written his parents for permission to marry him. * * * * THE WILSON Motor company 1 w Upper Cour- e'1884, Loan d per- s were their •ounty's re than ire was id been id com- jachers Metho- omplet- ning at 1 as a he king given to all troops he had •evlewed. # # # * WORD HAD BEEN received at -ill Verne What Ernest Merkle had seen killed in action In France. He was only 20, • * * * * 1 PRESIDENT WILSON had called for a new draft, and among. names of draftees in Koesuth was Carl F. Specht Lakota (then Germanla), now mayor of Algona. if H< * * ALGONA HAD already oversubscribed its quota of ithii fourth Liberty loan, and the cctunty as a whole was thought to 15 per cent over the quota. ***'(< ALGONA WAS to have only four doctors, upon departure of Dr. R.. M. Wallace for army Service. The doctors to remain Were Cretzmeyer, Kenefick (M. J.), Tribon and Fellows. Doctors Hartman and Fraser were already in the army. ! * * * * j VOTERS at Germairia had voted d.R + rt *59 f rt nVln-n rfn t-V\A -nn w> A «T *lm Kenneth Stock, Sherv aid, and Alfred Myers C - - • - - oextoi Mr. and Mrs; Hat sons Wilbur and Eve Mrs. Leo Steven, dai and Mr. and Mrs. E spent Sunday at Lc Mapleton, Minn,, wh dinner was served in elder Mr, Steven's t and Mrs. Harry Mer with, were also ther Ham is a sister of I 'A woman's Farm project meeting was goha October 18. A of the Ames extensioi charge. Plans for 1 discussed. Irvingtor townships were re Tar STUDIED BY CLUB WOMEN Steven, •t Hodgin Steven's, > a family mor of the hday. Mr. m, of Cor- Mrs. Mer- held at Al- A Miss Cochran represented by Mrs. Harold Hunt, Mrs. John Weber, Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mrs. Herman Wise, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Masterson. The leaders in Irying- .on and Prairie will entertain oth- :r members at a tea on November 1 at Mrs. Masterson's. Mrs. Hicks, new H. D. A., will attend. Every homemaker interested in the project is Invited to attend. The study this year is on foods and nutrition. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, with the baby, Charlotte Ann, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voss, near Lu Verne, Sunday. Mrs. Wise is a sister of Mr. Voss. Edward Greene and Mary Mertz, Algona, were callers Sunday afternoon at Edward's brother W. J. Green's. There were no churdh services here Sunday morning, because ol the disagreeable weather. Next Sunday will be Temperance Sunday, and a short program is plan- believed that auto manufacturers would be required to quit making cars after the first of the year, in order that they might instead make * * * * W. E. McDONALD was then ill the implement business, and he had a half page "ad" in the Advance on a corn-picker which looked like the present-day pickere. * * * * IT WAS BELIEVED here that Forrest Mathes had been among American troops reviewed by King George, of England. Forrest had sent home a copy of a letter from town to Lakota. Church hells and whistles sounded the!news. * * * *' ALiJONA had defeated Emmetsburg, 21-6, in the first football game of the season. I On. the local team were Fred Skinner, Marshall Watson, Raymond Paine, Clarence Fehrm, Victor Lowe, Lyle Mathes, Donald Nugent, Erwin Turner, Donald Willey, Kenneth Cairy, j Matt Zittritsch, Wade Sullivan, Carlyle H. Becker Republican Nominee for County Recorder I am married, the father of two children, and trained for this office. Your support and vote will be greatly appreciated. .. . i ed. Harley, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. !hester Fitch, is at home again, tter a week with hia uncle and ,unt, Mr. and Mrs. Del Fitch, farm- rs near Burt. Mrs. Fred Nearing, her children, ind Mr. find Mrs. Fred Girres spent Sunday afternoon at Heary Glave's, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Hemry Brandt were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Glave are parents of Mrs. Nearing, and Mrs. Brandt Is a duaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Girres. Rex Taylor spent the week-end with friends at Blue Earth. »+»»»•»»»»«»•«»»•»«»»«»»*»»+»»»«»»»»»•«»»»»••»»+ Vote for M. J. DUFFY Democratic Candidate for Treasurer of Kossuth County General Election November 8, 1938 A Continued Administration of Honesty and Efficiency. Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated »««»««»»»»«»«»•»««»««»»*«»•«»+»»*•«»+»»«««»•»»+ VOTE FOR pcoats J. C. Skow Republican candidate for KOSSUTH COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE Your vote and support will .be appreciated. This Is Your Invitation Ware Cordially Invited to Attend our Open House and Overcoats at Astounding Low Prices All wopl fabrics in California weights or heavy weights—in all the season's LATEST MODELS. Double breasted coats with half belts or full belts, or new Bal plain back models — regular shoulders. In new weaves and colon—greens, greys, blues and browns. ' HATS (pictured) are in new mixtures and colors. Greens are very good. Either with or without Tyrolean Feather. 2.95 r'and 3.85 Via an ffiecitaE* Friday October 28 and Saturday, October 29 from 2 to 9 O'clock Afternoon and Evening Presenting recreations of world famous organ music-sacred, classical and secular, as played by well known masters of pipe organ. We invite you and your friends, as our guests, to enjoy this unusual musicalpresentation. In order that the world's finest pipe organ mu sic may be made a part of die services on our funeral home The Stark Electrified Pipe Organ has been installed as permanent equipment. $ •SO I'M Use our convenient lay-away plan if you are not ready to buy at this time. |We wifh all to see our new Remodeled and Refurnished Funeral Chapel. We ask that you call during the day and evening K> view the many conveniences provided forthose • wholmay haveneed of our services. McCULLOUGH FUNERAL CHAPEL hursday — Friday —Saturday Economy Days Special $5.00 Off on ANY Suit, Topcoat or Overcoat value of i.OO or more! »<«nu ~-y t ~-- f ,',,. i^t'\ •$. ••£• SV Yj| I *Tj t-S i ( T-^-C f-i»<jff!p «i»lrv "*'t**,.l V? 1 / l3^^J^,Mli£«^»Srikisi

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