Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1938 · Page 13
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>8, 1938. KOSSUTtt COVtiTlf ADVANCE), ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THRHB IFF FUR lOOl KIDS ST FRIDAY of the Irvington School Give a Public Program Nov . 2— A program r the PUP»S ° f the ool last week Thurs- exercises Welcome; FWeve You; plaV, A «ke; recitation, ,Rex Halloween Has Howard Asa; solo, Oer- gong tlon. innsus-Taker; 16 recitation, ' Gordon 'City Cousins; pmy. surprises; recitation, ,. monologue, Marvin H6ward Asa; reclta- iey Hanson; reading, Setp; P 1 ^ Halloween SM well "Hied ^ lth There was- no school , n both teachers attend- 2;4 Ho vc(i ,,. s ' institute at Algona. Rcvelntlons cocci infection. Other Irvington. Dorothy Comely, Webster city, spent the week-end with (he William Boldridgos. The George Scuf[- hams spent Sunday with Mr and •Mrs. Fred Pooch, Livermore, and other guests (here were Mrs Grace Green, Lu Verne, «on Edward, and Mrs. Harry Browcr, of Chicago. Mrs. Browor, aunt of Mrs. Pooch, was to go to Eslher- vtlle to visit other relatives. Recent guests at Rudolph Willrett's were the Knicsl. ihiacks, of Livermore. Sunday visitors nt 0. L. Miller's were Herbert Johnson! Fort Dodgo; tin; Ralph Johnsons Corwith; Mrs. Fred Skilling, hei children, and Audrey Fry, all of Algona. Forbus Still/., who had worknd for J. Iowa City two weeks, came home Saturday. While she was there had a growth removed" from. lier nose and had her teeth ex- Lracled. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton ind Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, all of Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Hob 'Clcmans, Titonka, were Sunday visitors «t F. G. 'Torino's, near Algona. The Presbyterian Christian Endeavor Juniors had a Halloween Party at the church 'last week Monday evening, and the Intermediates had one the following Wednesday evening. The seniors held theirs' Friday evening. The seventh and eighth grade pupils had a Halloween party in the school gymnasium last week Thursday after given Sunday morning during the Sunday school hour. Gross, man, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Haas, Mr. ~ ef " !and Mrs. Wm. Ehrhardt, and Mart 10 Elmore. The second birthday of Lor- Fay, daughter of Mr. and Walter Rich, was celebrated one day last week, when relatlv- Mrs. Irvy Benson is spending j es gathered at the Rich home lor this week with her mother, Mrs. W. J. at home, a brother near Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sanders spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.' Henry I Hawley and the Hawley daughter,] Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, Mason City.' Katherlne Cavanaugh, Algona. Four Corners daughter Shirley spent last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker, and it was planned to spend this week with the Cecil Bjustroms and the Lewis Broesders. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker spent last week with Mrs. Edith Rich and the William Riches at Algona. Louis Lowman picked corn over the week-end for Harvey Jerge- 'son, and early this we sic for Ar- The Four Corners Mothers and :tllUl . Alexander. He plans to pick Daughters club meets Thursday so me 100 acres for Art's faihar, at Mrs. Catherine Walker's, in- eas t o f Algona, as soon as he fin- I Seneca stead of Mrs. .Irene Holdren's. fidiool, and guests were the women -The meeting was postponed last teachers. .week because of the husking match M. Patterson almost «. year,| Mrs. Addie Seymour, San Diego, at Ringsted. lately began hushing corn for Si- Calif., came recently to look after A new corn crib is being built meon Leigh. Mrs. Stilt-/, an'l the business affairs here She called on the John Sabin farm, and a new| children arc with thy 0. I,. Millers temporarily. The Rov. A. Kii^l^i i>rericiK<l Sunday on "The T,aii:;',i nf Ooii". The text was taken from Psalms, the Mlh chapter nt ishes at Art's. Chris Jenson, also with a two-row picker, has finished picking on the Blackfoid i>0 and is now picking at the Elmer Haynes farm. The Blackford 80 and the Ilayne Mrs. Leo Lampe, of near Bancroft, entertained a number of Senecans Sunday evening in honor of her'father, Fred Jensen's birthday, which was* Monday. Dorothy Hoeck had her tonsils removed nt a Blue Earth hospital Tuesday morning. The Art Paulsen family was entertained at an oyster supper at Curtis Olsen's Saturday evening. Mrs. Oftedahl, of Two Harbors, Minn., spent the latter part of the I week at her son Olaf's in Sene- floor is being laid in the crib on' ] an a ' are rented by Mr. Jensen and{ at James Warburton's. Mrs. Ida Ukcha and her daugh-' the place tenanted, by the Otto; his son-in-law, Jerome Eisenbavth.j .. .. tor, Mrs. C. P. Nissen, both ctf Dan- Harlans, known us the Selp 'farm..! in addition to the farm'owned hyi" USKlng vacauon villo, 111., who had 'been visiting' Among persons here who at-JMr. Jeensen, known as the Mur-' lierc, went to West. Bend last week tended the husking contest at Una farm. Tuesday to visit Mrs. Nissen's sis- Ringsted were C. N. Robi.ir.on, | Mrs. Orville Holdren is "vara- The Seneca school resumed its duties Monday after a week's corn- 1'ntient Improves— lev' Livermore, who has 1 Iowa City > hospital F ln June, may be able to soon. He has rheuma- jmplications, and treat- Bought no'relief till-re- teii physicians started shots", after which he .prove. Guy is the son Raney, Livermore, and ,1 Mrs.' Ray Fitch here. were | The Edward BUinchards Sunday guests at A. 1). brongh's, Lone Rock. Marie'Wciinor, Mrs. /.ink, arid Phyllis AKC spent the week-end nt Cedar Falls. Mrs, Jerry Scliutler, and on G1 en Sabin, Mr. and Mrs. William tioning" while Orville is picking USED MACHINERY — THERE IS ready demand for used farm machinery. Tell Advance farm read- Wednesday drove to Marshalllown i Drayton, L. J. and Mrs. Lou's Low- > corn fo r Mr. Teeter. She and the i Want-Ad. ers what you have for sale. Lakota i to move soon. Lrs Small Boy- Mrs. George-Scuffhain MesdamoK .lorry Ukena, 1. E. Wnrtmnn, P. A. Winter, :in<! Maude |UyBii s Visit Here— ! Hamilton, with Emma Gntknochl, fie ciodfredson, Mason wore hostesses In the Presbyterian to Webster City one j missionary society last week eek to bring her grand-, Thursday at Mrs. Ukonn's. Mrs. r and Mrs. P. W.'Lee,! R. L. Williams had charge of rte- Itee's. She took them'vo.tions; Mrs. William Sehroedor [following day and went ( led the fiinging of hymns; and-Mrs. fan City. Mrs. Godfredson. Alvin Rippcnlrop read a paper on ner Josephine Lee. Lyle, a mission topic. Frigidairie salesman,. has | The 18 hieh school seniors wont iferred to Osage, and the to Algona Friday to luive pictures taken for graduation, and (ill at- .tended a show. The senior play, Mistakes of the Blakes, is scheduled for an early date in Novein- |d recently in honor .of (her. The seniors have chosen their IJimmy, who-waa six Oct- class rings. were the Clifford Ben- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall spent. |Mrs. Anne Fechner, Mrs.'Sunday with Mr. Krall's parents at daughter Donna' Garner. Herman Lyons family,] Fred Schroedcr is remodeling his Iffham. Jimmy received home in the south part of town, lie has added two rooms and a bath and is making over some of the other rooms. Mr. Schroeder is La- kotn's rural mail carrier. Emma Gntknecht. Ge'nevieve Brewer. and Mcsdames Delia Smith, W. E. Outknecht and .1. H Warburlon drove to Mason City Saturday, and Genevieve spent the day with her familv. Mrs. Warhur- Von visited the William McFar- lanes, and all did some shopping In visit, ti brother of Mrs. Ukena, Dr. Maynard Ukfina. Saturday! morning Mrs. Ida Ukona, Mrs. Jerry Uht'iia, daughter Dorothy, and son Paul accompanied Mrs. Ukena to Mason City, whore sho took a train for home. The William Schroedei's drove to Northfield, Minn., Sunday 'o v'sit tlie daughter Margaret, who is attending St. Olaf's college. 34tf 34tf Sexton •ctt's Mother Celebrates— Id Mrs. Rudolph Willrett [Bancroft last week Smile Mrs. Willrett's mother, Wibben, who was cele- |a birthday. The other and the- sons were also id Mrs. Wibbeii was pre- Tlth gifts. Has Birthday— [rank Asas, Mrs. ..Lillian Marie Weaner went to [Beck's Monday?night and LMrs..Beck,.,who was-hav? (today. She is a daughter jZink and sister'of Mrs. [Marie. i'anil Back— toon and two friends Hurried trip to Texas last hey traveled by car and }}o find work''there.-Fino- [einployment situation - not came right back. *ci Patient Still Abed— I Schulz was still confined [Sunday, having been slclt a week with a strepto- Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and the Tohn Franklins, all of Winnebago Minn., were .Sunday visitors a Editor Edgar Inlay's. Mr. Gray i Mrs. Inlay's uncle, and Mrs. Frank [in her cousin. Virgil Smith, Dubuque univers ity, had charge of services at th Presbyterian church Sunday. Nex Sunday the church will celebrnt it« 60th anniversary with all-day services and dinner at the church. Elaine Koppen was absent from school a few days last week because of a case of chickenpox. Mrs. Tom Tamen's mother, Mrs. Smith, of Nashua, died Saturday, two weeks after a stroke. Mrs. Tamen had been with her since the stroke. Mrs. Ike Harms, who had been at Mrs. Sarah Wise, daughter Mrs. Drusiila Noble, and Edith Greenfield attended a dinner party Sunday noon at Mr. and Mrs. Cliarles Stralton's, Brill, at which the approaching marriage of the Stratum aughter Yvonne, was announced, 'he wedding will take place No- ember H at Britt. The bride-toe is a 'granddaughter of Mrs. Vise. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis enter- ained 20 persons at family dinner lunday. The guests were Mrs. Bemis's mother, Mrs. Belle Waters, tfr and Mrs. Leo Waters, their ,ons, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones, Mr. nd Mrs. Willard Moore, all of Estherville; Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Sm- Graettinger, daughter Joan; Mr. and Mrs. Vern Waters, Myrtle Waters, Patty Brown, and Harold] Elwood, all of St. Paul. The Aid will meet this weeK. Thursday with Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Little Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nehring, was sick. Monday. , T . Mrs. James McEnroe, Mrs. Lyle Pugh, and the latter's daughter Judy came from Des Moines Saturday for the week-end at home. Mrs. Pugh went back Sunday, Mrs. McEnroe and Judy remaining here. •Mr. and Mrs. John Scheuler and her little son spent Sunday at Oscar Hammond's. Mrs. Scheuler and Mr. Hammond are brother and and Mrs. Henry Phillips with their children, were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Sarah Wise and her daughter Mrs. Drusie Noble, the occasion being Mr. Phillips' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise were dinner guests Sun day of Herman's sister, Mrs. Plul lips, at Algona. The children had a Halloweei party at the schoolhouse Monday A short temperance program wa |"to abandon our purpose of build- ling a greater; a more stable, and la more tolerant America, would be [to miss the tide, and perhaps miss [the port,.. I propose to sail ahead". —President Roosevelt. YoWr Vote For The Democratic Ticket Is A Vote For Progress I The uncharted economic seas in which the ker the helm of Iowa state government have ~—_^ _ ~ - feorous, for-ward-looking Democratic leadership. We no longei wan per in circles as we did for years amid Republican blunders. U^&^^^^^^^^^ led forward, / I We propose to continue moving forward, foot's wife on : the,shajnbles that marked the endo lowan^ 40 not want what the Republican party offers: filled with ainmevicte for debts. lord: m- A hujnan program to protect tne ageu, .w«? y & Observation of on'r state's natural resources. Promises. 6MOCRATK TICKET STRAIGHT WASHED AND REFINED SLACK ARROW S-P STOKER GOAL stepped up heat -- reduced clinked dustproofed -- reasonably priced! F. S. NORTON & SON "Your Heat Merchant" — Phone 229 VOTE FOR CASEY LOSS for SHERIFF on the Democratic Ticket r/M'//////r/M'//s//r/'//r/M'/j'/M^^^^ VOTE FOR Philip J. Kohlhaas Democratic Candidate For STATE REPRESENTATIVE OF KOSSUTH COUNTY—SECOND TERM As a, member of the Appropriations, Building and Loan, Cities and'Vowns, Constitutional Amendments, County and Township, Organizations, Insurance, Judiciary, Liquor Control and Motor Vehicle committees in the last legislature, I have sincerely endeavored to keep Kossuth county well representd in state affairs. Your support in my campaign for reelection will be appreciated. •////sss/s/ss/ssmrsf// VOTE FOR ACTION State and ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B v !•'•:«.•;:. ikT j_ • ; * i nn •• i • '* A. National Ticket For United States Senator: County GUY M. GILLETTE For Governor: . NELSON G. KRASCHEL For Representative in Congress Eighth District H. LLOYD EVELAND For Lieutenant Governor JOHN K. VALENTINE For Secretary of State ROBERT E. O'BEIAN For Auditor of State C.W.STORMB For Treasurer of State LEO J. WEGMAN For Secretary of Agriculture THOMAS L. CUBRAN For Attorney General JOHN H. MITCHELL For Commerce Commissioners HABEYB DUNLAP For Superintendent of Public In»tructto» LUOY 1, HALL , For ' ' For State Representative PHILIP 7 J. KOHLHAAS For County Auditor E. S. (DUKE) KINSEY * For County Treasurer M. J. DUFFY • i ' For Clerk of the District Court KATHARINE MC EVOY For County Sheriff CASEY LOSS For County Recorder J. J. DOOLEY For County Attorney LA. WINKEL For County Coroner DR R. A. EVANS .,./' For Member Board Superisors, Dist, No. 1 J. H. FRASER, For Member Board Supervisors Dist, No. 3 W. E. MC DONALD For Member Board Supervisors Dist. No, 3 W.SCOSGROVE For Member Board Supervisors Dist, No. 4 JULIUS W. BOLLIG W, MAURICE F. J0HN W, ERNEST M. MILLER Vote for Achievements, Not Talk! .- ...... - •- - • > ' Proven performance is what counts, and the Democratic Party tfas a record of Action! 1-AAA BIW?JT 2-CORN LOAN PROGRAM 3-FARM TO -MARKETS ROAD6 5-EEHABIUTATION SJ r«' f l

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