Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1938 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1938
Page 14
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COUNTY ADVANCS. ALGONA. Shower Given at Irvihgton for Teacher Who Will Wed COURTESY FOR MISS SCHULZ, OF LU VERNE Thursday at the church parlor. A comforter will be tied,-and plans will be completed for a supper to be served at the Legion hall, Algona, next week Thursday. Teacher Sick} School Closed- Helen Shulz is confined to home with a.severe sold. Her school, No. 8, Irvlngton, has 'been closed for a time. Ledyard Glee Clubs Will Present Operetta Friday Irvtogton, Oct. 25--A miscellan- A1K ,° thc T Irv '«gt6n. eous shower 'honoring Dorothy f- 1Der "i nna Elnora Boldrldge Shulz was given at the churcti ! f £ ta ,, 11 j (J the Fl 'iendly club lost Saturday. A short program was,' S K Wednesday. Sixteen members presented before the gifts were op- two Quests attended. Hallo ened. Mary McEvoy, Algona, play- , U games and stunts were fea ed an Instrumental solo, and El- L es ' f nd there were halloween nora and Alberta Boldrldge sang nS,™ n ° ns ^ ', The Pagan Love Song and Let Me! T J,™ a - p.- Wickwires and Mrs Call You Sweetheart I Johnso ". Algona, were Sunday Mrs. Fred Geigel played tlu-eo ! £.. € !? ts ., at OHal V Rutledge's, neai musical numbers. A guessing game, A Musical Love Affair, was i played. Mrs. Casey Loss sang a solo, and Elnora Boldridge gave two readings. , ,™ oc «>- slon 'being celebra- ° f Mrs. Rutledge's birthday. ei u h Foster> of ""no, ^ al ' 6 speudl "S «•« . Ml- - «"d Mrs. Willard More than 60 women were sew- a AMrai F ° Ste 1S - cd in the dining room. The tab-i . - t , lea were decorated with pumpkins, ' day on w« A, n K ea( *?l Suu ' in which were yellow and orange ,™ w ™ , Debtors. The text flowers, in recognition of hallo- " 1 Th ° U Utlt ° ween. Yellow and white cake was served, with Ice cream and coffee. Mi« 8 Shulz, who teaches n^ the Frnk Lu Verne, will be married early atlves ?n ' m M "j er ' next month to Raymond Harts and the couple will live on the. John Frankl farm, east of Irving- ' ton. Missionary Society Meets— The missionary society met last week Thursday at the church, Mrs. H. T. Sabin in charge. The Rev. Mr. English read the second psalm and offered prayer. Mrs. Sabin gave a talk on missionary progress in Alaska, and Mrs. K. P. Roney told of an agricultural institute at Allahabad, India, and what it has done for Indian farmers. Mrs. William Boldridge explained parts of the caste system in India, and the Boldridge" girls sang a duet. A missionary tea for the latter part of November was planned. I The nn the Griane11 - Wlt , h «« rel " lgona ' Ledyard, Oct. 26—The boys am girls' glee clubs .of Ledyard an presenting a two-act operetta, Pol ished Pebbles, Friday at the high school auditorium, /The cast fol lows: Uncle Bob, a middle aged country gentleman, Paul Garry- Mrs. O'Brien, his widowed slatei and also a classy lady from the city, played by Jean Gable; Kathleen Reece takea the part of their niece, a sweet country girl; Winifred and Millicent, presented as daughters of Mrs. O'Brien are Mar- jorle Gable and Betty Eggerth; Mrs. Gabble, the town gossip, Is Deloris Junkermeier; Howard Nitz plays her hen-pecked husband; and Martha, a country girl, is played by Marjorie Gable,' with Nick, her bashful beau, played by Howard Klinkslek, Chorus and solo singing will be presented. Freshmen Entertain Sophomores— Freshmen gave a return party to sophomores Friday evening. There school will present a Halloween program this week Thursday evening. were 45 to enjoy the evening. A scavenger 'hunt furnished part of the entertainment with games and contests the remainder of the evening. Pie and ice cream were served at a late hour. Mrs. Matzcner Is Bccoverlng— Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Mrs. Laura Niester returned to their home at Eagle Grove Sunday after spending the past week here caring for Mrs. Jenks' daughter, Mrs. Harriet Matzener, who is Improving, bub -will remain In bed for several weeks. Cob Shed Is Burned—' The fire, siren wae sounded Sunday evening when the cob shed at ;he Braner residence caught fire, and eight feet of the building was burned before the blaze was under control. The Sandy Stubbe family, Newton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Stubbe, Baxter, were here Sunday visiting Mra. Henry Grey and Dorothy and other relatives. The Cecil Erickson family, Es- herville, and the Jerry Barnes family, Blue Earth, were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Barnes home, Doris McDonald attended a postmaster's meeting at Walter Les* lie's.at Ldkota Friday evening. Hugo Worthlngton, Lone Rock, is here carpentering and painting with Meryl Jorgenson. The Christy Hendrlcksens visited at Julius Enger's in Blue. Earth Sunday afternoon. Betty Matzener went to Algona Monday to be a waitress in the Anderson cafe. The Wm. Welfare family, of Swea City, spent Sunday at J. T. Welfare's. The Dore Freeh family, of Algona, were Sunday visitors at D. A. Link's. Mr. and Mra. Ray Wentworth are parents of ft son, born day. MRS. KATHARINE McEVOY Democratic Candidate for Clerk of Court Kossntli County Your vote will be appreciated A Larg Cj *r Load i _ v Beveled Cribbing » ,rrlr«d. ,v« „„«„,„. Seo UN at oncp ' F. S. NORTON & PHOJV13 229 Anto Tictims Dinner Guests— Mr. and Mrs. Ward Champion, Osage, with William Champion end his daughter Phyllis Jean, who had just been released from the Koesuth hospital, where they iwd been since an auto accident, were Sunday dinner guests at Frank Asa's. Phyllis Jean returned to Osage with, her aunt and uncle, who are also keening the baby, Billy Dean, the only person in the family who was not injured (he was asleep in the rear seat). Mrs. Champion is still in a serious condition. Bond to h« Graveled— A neir gravel pit has been opened on the old O'Rourke farm, where the McDonnells live, on the road north of the West Bend road, past the Verne Barker farm, and nnrth <to the Behrends farm, which is to be graveled. There is still some discussion on whether the road east to the Air-line, past the MeConnell farm, will be graveled. Hinnesota Woman Visitor- Mrs . Mary Premiss, Fergus Falls, Minn., has been with the A. Lemkees two weeks and expects to stay till November. Mrs. Lemkee lived with Mrs. Prentiss in childhood and till marriage. Other guests at the Lemkee home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman and Mrs. Elizabeth "Lemkee, all of Algona. Party Honors Everett lee- Everett Lee, Algona, was honored with a surprise birthday dinner Sunday, when friends arrived •with baskets of food to help h!m celebrate. Guests were the Elliot, Fred, and Frank Skillings, and Mr. and Mra Willard Gregson, all of Algona, and the 0. L. Millers, Irviagton. Improrenients at Elevator— A board meeting was held at the Farmers' elevator last week Tuesday, and plans were adopted to improve the elevator office, which is also to be made larger. The office is used for practically all primary and general elections, telephone meetings, cemetery meetings, etc. Aid Plnns for Supper— The Aid will meet this week K^- m. uiwtu, MONEY Well gladly arrange a loan ol JSO up which can be repaid monthly lo suit your budget — up to 20 months—lor medical, dental and hospital bills, business needs, clothing, repairs, taxes, insurance outo, etc. With your credit established, quick cash is available at all times. P. J. Loans :: Insurance . Algona Telephone 2 RUPTURE U. L. Hoffman, Expert, Minne apoliSi Minn., will demonstrat •without charge his "Perfect Reteu tion Shields" in Algona Tuesday November 1, at the Algona hotel from 10 a. m. to 4 ,p. m. Pleas* come early. Evenings by ap poiatmeut Your physician will tell you about this serious condition. Any rupture allowed to protrude is dangerous. My "Retention Shields" will aold your rupture under any condition of exercise and work. They are »anU»ry, waterproof and practically indestructible. Do not wear trusses that w enlarge the opening and don't ue- fflept the children. Many satisfied clients in tola community. No mail order. HOME OFFICE; 805 Lincoln , Minneapolis, Mljuu YOU'LL VOTE th MEN! SAVE ON FALL CLOTHING The Most Talked About Clothes in Algona Clothes Men Like to Buy and Wear... Clothes Women Admire Smart. . . New. . . Fall Men's Suits Topcoats Overcoats Deserving The Attention of Every . Quality-Minded Man 18.75 22.50 24.50 Hub Features Sizes and Models for Everybody Smart Appearance High Quality! Low .Cost COME IN AND TRY ONE ON ... YOU'LL BE SURPRISED AT WHAT YOU SEE!. ., BUY WITH CONFIDENCE AT— The Economy Day And Every Other Day in the Men's Melton JACKETS 2.98 32 oz. all-wool slide fastener front Sturdy construction. Warm and serviceable for any type work. Sizes 36 to 52. —^ ——^^^^^^^^^^^__j_^^^^ Blanket Lined WORK JACKETS 1.49 Cut full sizes, bar tacked, triple stitched for sturdy wear. Sizes 36 to 50. Economically priced. * ^^H — • —-_ Men's Heavy Fleeced Unions 98c Flat knit cotton with heavy white cotton fleecing. Cut full for comfort Knit wrists and ankles. Sizes 36 to 46 =—LZ' Men's Heavy Coat Sweaters 790 Heavy fleeced lined. Warm and durable. Sizes 36 to 46 A bargain. •P* Men's Work Sox -—.. Comfortable - Warm Outdoor Clothing and Footwear Hundreds of Items to Pick From in This Big More! And Reasonable Prices Always! Men's Lined Suede Cloth Flannel Shirts 69c Boys' Rib Union Suite, heavyweight ,49c Double thread soles and toes. In black, grey or brown. Sizes to 12. • Golden Fleece CHORE GLOVES double thickness, 2 pairs 25c BALL ffi BAND or SWEAR*) RUBBER FOOTWEAR Easy to wear andhard to wear out 1 Boys' Knit POLO SHIRTS long sleeves, cross stripes, 6 to 16 \ 39c .Men's Fall and Winter CAPS Railroad style, grey and blue mel- j ton or corduroy 49c Men's Sheeplined COATS 5.85 Very warm and serviceable Double breasted with warm" wooly collars. Full cut All __ Boys' Sheeplined Leatherette COATS 1-98 . . . .$4.90 ; Men's 16 inch J oil tan, full grain uppers, double -\ sole 3.95 Boys' 32.02 wool melton JACKETS Pull zipper, faatener. Sizes 6 to Boys' sizes 2.95 ILfjlAiifs _ iii^vmivw iHw^ ™ •BB'-JB'BI ^^]

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