Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1938 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1938
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^ i *8.i.» PAGE TWO Seniors at Wesley High School Come Here for Pictures .THURSDAY ALSO ATTEND SHOW'SING, YOU SINNERS' Wesley, Nov. 2— The Wesley seniors went to Algona Saturday and had their pictures taken. Supt. Eldon Ravliu accompanied them. The seniors are Ruth Mary Bauer, John Bottom, Ralph Carl- sou, Lavon Gerdes, Lillian Johnson, Charles Kraus, Jack Lickteig, Al- vln Loebig, Pauline Moore, Victor Mullin, Imogene Neuroth, Ruth Mary Seefeld, Rose Mary Seller, Bernico Stalzer, Robert Studer, and Vivian Studer. The pupils and their sponsor attended a show Sing, You Sinners. Clarence Ward. She teaches at Rudd. Mildred Benton, who teaches at Emme'tsburg, spent the week' end with her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton. Mrs. Leo Bleich entertained her bridge club last week Thursday. Susie Pfiffner was a club guest. Mrs. Arlo DaWson won high, and Mrs. R. C. Bauer won second. Mrs. George Aldrich will entertain next week. vlelted thafack Shermans at'Will lams Sunday, The Samuel -Allies visited Peter Alnes at Rake Sunday. Sunday dinner gueste at J. T. Meurer'a were the A. M. Lemkes, Irvington, and their guest, Mrs. Mary Prentlss, Fergus Falls, Minn., also Mr. and Mrs. Henry Atnan and Mrs. Elizabeth Lemke, Algona. Mrs. Irene Studer and her children were visitors at Ben Dorr's, St. Benedict, Sunday, and Rosalie Dorr came here with them to catch a train to Mason City, where she is 1'wo Itirthduys Celebrated— A double birthday party took ilace at the J. E. Eisenbacher's Sunday. Edw. Eisenbacher had L birthday Saturday, and Mrs Nor- )ert Hilbert, Mrs. J. A. Raney, Algo- irn, were Sunday dinner guests at their son Dr. H. H. Raney's. The Edw. Loebings were dinner guests at Edmund Loebig's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger entertained at Sunday dinner and sutipei- the Walt Dirksens, Woden, -.cnbacher's. dinner j Donald Kraus spent the weekend with his parents, Mi*, and Mrs. Charles Kraus. He is attending college at. Ames. Jklnhoimms Come for Visits— ' _. F . athcr Linu f Eisenbacher, Fort Mr. and .Mrs. Edw Vo, ev with' "°,' B 1'. * Vmt Inst weok Thursday hah- 4-year-old daughter ,*'-™-*> WUh hls P^ents, Mr. and " nother, Mrs. Kate Kennedy, and - ther relatives. The Frank Con- ;ys. Livermoro, were also Sunday 'inner Kiiest.s of Mrs. Kennedy. 'isifor Keturns (o Const— , Myrtle Kininons visited at her I 'ster Mrs. H. J. Braley'e last week' hursday. Friday she went to I "oryst City to visit another sis-! •31 1 , .Mrs. A. E. Rasnmssen. and! rom there she left for her home at .OK Augeles Saturday. '(•Howship Dinner »t riiureli— Some 70 people attended a fel- •>\vship supper at the Coiigregti- ional- church Friday night. It. •as the first meal served in a! ew church basement. A program illowed 7 o'clock supper. sister, 2 last 'ospital Pjifienl Comes Home- Mike Goetz was brought home! -oiti the Kossuth hospital Sutur-! ay. He had been there 1G days, re-! uperating from injuries suffered! •hen a team ran away. j :x-Fnrmer Here' Ketnrns— I I. A. Isaacson, Milwaukee, was enewing old acquaintanceships! •ere Friday. He once lived on a ' arm west of Wesley. Now he is n Horlich milk employ. 'arty Honors the Teachers— Mrs. Julius Kunz and her daugh- e r Mary Adine entertained the mblic school teachers and friends T riday night. Mttle Boy Gives Party- Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl p unke, was six Saturday, and his •nother entertained his playmates. Other TVosley 'N'pws. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode, ac- ^ompanied by Frank and Alice 'Oisele, Whittemore, went to Poca- lontas recently to visit friends, ind called on Father Wessling, 'ormer pastor of St. Joseph's •hurch here. Mr. and Mrs. Bode ittended the funeral of Mrs. Geo. '•ray at Britt a few weeks ago, and Mr. Bode was a pall-bearer. Mrs. J. L. Haverly returned iuiiday from a few days at -her •ister Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson's at "cedar Rapids. She went down ^riday with her brother, George 'ohnsou, and his wife, who had iaited here with the Haverlys a 'ew days. They left Saturday for heir home at Denver. Gesina Shutter, teacher from '•Veet Bend, went home Friday light and Saturday took her 'ather to Iowa City for Dad's day- it the university. Clifford Mun- lon spent the week-end with his Barents at West Bend. Brma Ward spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.! visiting h H. H. Raney, during several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer returned Saturday from a week at Osage Lake, Mo. The Tom McMahons and Isabel Kerrins attended a chicken supper til the Doan church last week Tuesday night. Ruth Carman. Mason City, visited her parents, Mr. and Mra. August Carman, over the weekend. The Legion Auxiliary will meat next Monday evening, and Mrs Frank Kouba Jr. will serve. Mrs. Dorothy Bender, home economics teacher, visited at Mason City Saturday and Sunday. ( Lois Maria and Marjorie Bleich entertained young folks at Halloween party Saturday night. The harvest of sugar beets here was finished last week, and a good tonnage is reported. The Jos. Hildmans, Britt, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Katherine Hildman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherman Mr, and Mrs. George Johnson of Denver, Colo., Were Tuesday supper guests at the Fred Diekmari home. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Carlson are the parents of a baby girl born last week. They now have a family of six boys and two girls. , Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., entertained the members of her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Miss Myrtle Emmons was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bfaley went to Iowa City Friday to be the guests of their son, Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley at a Fathers' Day celebration at the University, Saturday. Leo Sankey, farmer living east of Wesley, returned from the Mercy hospital at Mason City last week following an operation for stomach trouble. i , Mrs> G 601 ^ Johnson left Friday morning for Cedar Falls where they will visit his sister and family, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson, for a few days before returning to theic home in Denver Colorado. They came last Sunday* Imogene Neuroth, Lillian Arendt Dorothy and Bernard Hauptmann attended the corn husking contest Wednesday, Nov. 2. Mrs. Peter Skow entertained the members of the Priscilla Phoebe society last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Orville Downs of St. Benedict was taken to the Mercy hospital on Friday, Oct. 21, and on the following Wednesday submitted to a major operation. Mr. Miller and son, Ben of Fre- niont, Ili.i called on Mrs. Marjr Goetz and other friends Wednesday afternoon, the Millers toriried north .of Wesley some years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. McMahon and Patty were at Lawler, Monday, where he assisted his father in arranging his funeral home. The Methodist Ladles' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Arlo Dawson, Tuesday afternoon. The Methodist Ladies Aid will meet at the Clarence Ward home next Wednesday, Nov. 2. Mrs. Bernard Thompson was host- t -' s . to the K. Y. N. aid circle on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins returned Monday evening from a three Weeks' trip to Ohio and other points. Harry Mathahs, Vee Mullin and Vincent Daughan were the local firemen, who attended the district firemen's meeting at Emmetsburg. Tuesday. . e> The Ray Welp family of Bancroft were Sunday guests at the Henry Haverly home. _Emma Studer had as dinner guests Tuesday, Clara Richtmeier and Anna Hoefel of Fort Dodge, Margaret Schroeder, Susie Pfiffner, Nell and Minnie Frimml. Margaret Schroeder returned last Friday evening from a two weeki' visit in North and South Dakota Mrs Don Meleney and children of Britt called at the Albert Kleinpeter home Wednesday. Dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr and Mrs, Julius Kunz were Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff of Mason East-Serieca Sltpt. and Mrs. Francis Slagle epent Sunday at George Slagle's, Cylinder. Marlon Clarke, teacher, who had spent the corn-husking vacation at Worthin, S.- D., returned with the loc'al Slagles. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Dotson drove to Mason Olty 'Sund'ay to see their son Vernon. Eva Kracht Is now employed at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs.'S. 'L. Denton and Frieda Haack, all of Raymond, spent the week-end 'at Sheldon Merrill's and Lester Denton's. The Chris Baunians called on Edw. Schmidkunz at Fairmont Sunday. William Molten, 'former Seneca storekeeper, visited old friends here last week. 'Mary Lou, Hantleman spent the week-end with her grandmother, Mrs. {Catherine -Htintleman, Fenton. 'Mr. and Mrs. Arne Oftednhl and Mrs. Sven Oftedahl, all of Two Harbors, Minn., spent from last week Wednesday till Friday at Olaf Oftedahl's and Sunday the Arne Oftedahls drove to Ksther- ville to visit other relatives, Mrs. Irvin Oftedahl remaining here for a"longer visit. A birthday surprise party was given Sunday evening 'at Leo Lainpe's, Bancroft, for Fred Jensen, and 500 was played. Gladys Buerkens, Swea City, former Seneca teacher, spent Sunday afternoon at the Rev. Mr. Sande's. Mrs. Sande will entertain the Aid at the parsonage this week f hurs^ day. MONEY FOR tMfuorNur s TO BUY LINSTOCK TO PAY BILLS.TAXEb As Long As 20 Months to Repay II you need $50 up, we can provide II quickly, confidentially — arranging easy monthly repayments out of Income up to 20 months. No endorsers required— lusl your own signature and security. Have (he advantage ol out local service P. J. KOHLHAAS Loans :: Insurance Algona Telephone 22 REGULAR BLOOD 71HOUNDS ''After Customers Our Want Ads Whether you're an old resident of this community or whether you've just moved into these parti, we're anxious to deliver Botsford's Peerless Coal to y . kn . ow !** * « rwt «* *«» * »2l£? holds fire for hours and how sensitive lt T" ( CO Clll*n !i " P damper action when you want down. And; we know that when pendable coal, you'll either __.. our many satisfied old customers or a that's come to stay. ,i *" 4 For Snlo Exclusively b, BOTSFORD LUMBER CO, VOTE FOR LA.WINKEL Democratic Nominee for County Attorney "Pledging to Continue a Fair. Square and Impartial Public Service, "«ELF MIXING" "The Life Of The Party 39 Beady to serve at a moment's notice. Yes Pepsi-Cola cools faster in your refrigerator, and is QOOD WITH JBVBRVTHINO. Order Pepsi-Cola from your dealer. Drink Pepsi-Cola everyday. Sold everywhere. DOUBLE SIZE—DOUBLE QUALITY DISTRIBUTED B? 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