Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1938 · Page 8
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PAGE BIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALG6NA, IOWA DIES TUESDAY AT DURT HOME '_______ * After Long Sickness Veteran Lumberman Succumbs. By W. C. DewoL This afternoon all that was mortal of Oliver Perry McDonald will be laid away forever. Tuesday morning at nine the tide of life ran out and the spirit •which "drew from out the boundless deep" turned 'again home.' There was no moaning at the bar when he put out to sea. The once stout heart had sunk by slow degrees till it could beat no longer. For two days he had not been conscious. He never suffered pain. Worn out by the years, his body gave way month by month, in the long last days, till the peaceful | end. It was as he would have ! wished. j Death claimed a prince in Perry McDonald. Let him not be pictured as one without fault; he ; would not have liked that. No mnn ' is sans peur and sans reproche. Hut he was a prince nevertheless, In that his associates loved him for what he was. In its best sense he ( was all his life an exemplar of "a j hale fellow well met." Thousands have lost a good and friend. AS BURT OLDTIMER DEPARTS TO SOLVE MYSTERY OF LIFE Tribute by T. C. 8. 0. P. McDonald, pioneer business mnn, forthright citizen, has gone to an undiscovered country, and the scenes ho knew here, and the friends who kneiv him, vrttl know him no more. He lias solved the mystery of life and human destiny; On November 21), just past another milestone, Perry, us friends called him, looked out on earth and sky for the last time. A long life lay behind him, a life that was accompanied all its lengthened way by steady courage «nd earnest purpose. In his prime few men were Perry's, equal In strength and vigor. He was successful in business, and his friends were legion. Now life's fitful fever Is over for him, and he Is at rest. For more than 11 jcnr Perry had battled with fall, ing health, conscious tlmt the end was inevitable. At the end, like a tired child, he sank quietly to sleep. Goodbye, old friend. Hall and farewell! teacher who te an Instructor In Smith college there. There are four grandchildren. Perry Was a member of the Burt Presbyterian church, and the Rev. Joseph M. ttoms, pastor, will conduct the funeral services. There will be a family service at the home at 1:30, followed by public services at .the church at 2 o'clock. Burial will be In the Burt cemetery beside Mrs. McDonald's grave. In politics Perry was a tolerant democrat. He was a member of the Burt Masonic lodge and of the Algona chapter of Royal Arch Masons. He will be bur.ted with Masonic rites, with Chas. E. Chubb, Algona, in charge; Perry served Wost Bend Yonth Weds— Sunday evening at the Evangelical Lutheran church, Storm Lake* Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steere, Storm Lake, became the J»rJde of Abraham Habegar, of West Bend. The Rev. E. J.. Otto, West Bend, officiated in a single- There was an eider brother, Joe. "trusted Central Kossuth was getting well settled. Burt was in the beginnings. In country and town ma- Perry was just past 77; only five terial s for building were in de- days past, for his birthday was No- niand. Joe opened a lumberyard vember 23, which was last we.ek at Burt > and in 1890 Perry joined Wednesday. He had lived 72 years hlm - He had found hie life work, In Kossuth, the whole time within lu which he was to be engaged till five miles of the farm In Portland death upwards of 50 years later. township to which his parents , . brought him as a child. Then five Perry s mother left the farm years old, he grew up on the farm Wlth hlm and m °ved to town. But and lived there till 1890, when he s; 16 dld not lon e survive the* was 29 change. In 1894 she joined her Though for all practical pur- husband in the grave. Joe died, poses an lowan bred in the bone, and f °''f 1 t' me Perry had a part- Perry was not a native. He was ner> A - H - N a£us, now dead. Nafus born at Dwight. 111.. In the first seve / ed relations with the lumber- year of the Civil war-^1861. The ™ r £' a !\ a Perry's nephew, Jesse war over, his parents sought a new ^ ucDonf i ld ' later became partner, home in a pioneer country. North Jhi.s relation continued till Perry's central Iowa invited, and so in 186G d . eat £' and Jesse now carries on they came here. They were pio- ™ e bu f mes ?- In the last f ew years 1,001-c in a r,«w lond Jesse has been virtual manager and has earned and deserved the (town council and the school board. HP was one of seven founders of the Burt telephone company. Such is the brief story of one life among teeming millions. No one in Kossuth county has been more widely mourned than will be Perry McDonald. Gregarious by nature, he knew everybody in range of his activities, and he was everybody's friend and confidant. No one knew more intimately the town, the country, family relationships, family fortunes good and (wid. His • memory was retentive, ind he could draw on an inexhaustible fund of information concerning his friends of a lifetime. He could bear up and be philosophical under reverses.* He was kindly in comment, charitable in thought. Intimate friends found delight in stirring his powens as a Conversa- .ionalist; no one could be more en- at 7 o'clock, church on The tirm of her father, as Professor Gutz played the wedding march. The bride was gowned in whito jacket, Earl Burgess, pastor, officiating. Mildred Schoenlng, Sutherland, became the bride of Clayton Ruby» Sheldon. The couple was attended by Fern Wohlert, Hartley, 'and Clifford Ruby, twin brother.of the bridegroom. The bride was attired in blue silk, with blue finger tip veil, and she carried white flowers. The bridesmand was attired in a dtl-r bonnet wine dress, with velvet tertainlng. •Let him now -.'envoy, old friend! ehen! rest in peace, Auf wieder- St. Benedict Party Visits Famed Cave satin, with train, also a long veil attached to a cap caught in a coronet of pearls. She carried a bride's bouquet of American Beauty roses and baby's breath, tied with satin streamers. Delia Buchandhal, maid of honor, wore a floor-length gown of blue chiffon. Bridesmaids were Leona Boettcher and Gladys Grote, and both wore dresses of pink taffeta with matching accessories. Guests at the wedding were the respective- parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. S. 'Ruby and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schoening, also the bride's grandmother, and Carl , Ruby, another brother of the bridegroom. Doctor Burgess formerly had a pastorate at Sheldon, and the Rubys are members of the church- Farewell for Mrs. Erickson— Mrs. John Kohlhaas entertained The bridegroom was attended byiMonday at-one o'clock luncheon at Edward Habegar, and ushers werejthe Algona hotel's Blue Room in Clyde Gingrich, Allan Wehrspann, honor of Mrs. Oscar Erickson, who Raymond Grote, Harold Boettch- will move to Minneapolis soon. er, and Edward Boettcher. A wedding reception followed at the Longworth Lodge, Storm. Lake, and entertainment was furnished by guests, including piano selections by violin Edga and and Wendely Otto, West Bend. A four- course dinner was served at 8. o'- There were three tables of contract bridge. Mrs. Fred Erickson, Minneapolis, sister-in-law of Mrs. Oscar Erickson, was among guests. The honoree won the high score; Deana Kohlhaas was second; and Mrs. W. A. Barry was third. Table decorations were red roses and clock, the tables decorated with:glass place-cards, The two Mes- American Beauty roses and fern dames Erickson were presented leaves, and the bridal table with | with gifts, ribbon streamers, flowers, and a arge wedding cake in blue. pink and St. Benedict, Nov. Jns. Matt Bormamn, ,and with their neers in a new land. _ Perry's father was William Me- com P le , te confidence which Perry Donald, and his mother was Mary 'T^ioni"-., R. Shanor. William McDonald was w ,^ h18 , 9H i ^ er ''£ w " married at Pennsylvania - born. The couple H " mboldt to Ida Chapm. It was joined fortunes in that state, latar" a , ha ? Py ma ^' lag , e :, br ° ke " t ?° f°°! 1 migrating to Illinois and living ten ^ ' „ ^ c °" nald s death ^ 1931 ' years near Dwisht. On coming to T h ,f L are nthre * Sons a " d °° e Iowa they took UD a auarter-^c- dau " hter: Cecl1 E - engaged in the K hSteat in P portland In 1879 William McDonald paw- ons Donald and Albert and Mrs. ohn Kellner, spent the Tlranks- iving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. ..awrence Recker, Alta Vista. Sister Mary Carmel'ita accompanied them that far, and from there went on to Cresco to Visit her aged mother. On Thanksgiving afternoon the entire party gathered at William Eischeid's at Cresco, and the Eischeids accompanied them to the Niagara Cave near Canton, Min-n. This cave, formed by nature, is 317 feet underground. It has a waterfall roajing over a precipice of 60 .feet similar that of Niagara Palls. to ed on Perrv was then onlv at , SioUX f A , re , al at Algona and Em- ton. was youngest. He remained on HAVE YOU A ROOM TO RENT? the farm with his mother and as Many will be needing rooms' he grew older gradually took ov5r soon. Try an Advance For-Rent the management. ad. I (1 or Christmas—and for every cold, blustering winter day— j An Ann is Fur Coat We stock fur coats and will gladly obtain anything you wish direct from the factory. This is the store that sells those reliable, reasonably priced, luxurious fur coats you see everywhere oirthe street. The Chrischille§ Store Theodore Hutchison, who went to Rochester last week for a general check-up, will come home in another two weeks. The bride, only daugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Steere, has lived on a farm her entire life. Mr. Habeger is a farmer of the West Bend vicinity, where the hewlyweds will live. Guests ^t the reception were the Emll and the Albert Eteeres, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steere, the Weit- zels, Professor Gutz, his family, the Paul Sieners-, Lois-Morse, Waldina, Selma, and Harvey Buchan- dhal, all of Storm Lake; Mr. 'and Mrs. Alvin Steere, Allison; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wehrspann, son Allan, Dorothy Ingebritson and sons, al of Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Harms, the Rev. and Mrs. Otto, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Habegar, Edward Habegar, Clyde and Lester Gingerich, all of West Bend. Couple Wed at Parsonage— A marriage ceremony took place last week Sunday at 12:30 p. m. at the Methodist parsonage, Dr. F. E. I,. Rally Held at Bnrt— Nine local members of the Epworth League attended a rally at Burt Sunday afternoon and evening. They were accompanied by Dr. F. E. Burgess. The local young people were Eleanor Thorpe, Joan Stephenson, Dorothy Saul, Agnes and Martha Lou Pelisek, Roger Michel, Clark Orton Jr., Andrew Phillips, and Everett Thompson. Towns represented at the rally were West Bend, Algona, Titonka, Burt, Lu Verne, Livermore, and Wesley. j. Seller*, Wesley; the Martini gei- lent, Sexton i the Martin Bletehft, Tltonkai and the Jttlftia Seller*. U III" Alfona ... Dorothy. , Ann Jones", ft. daughter of Mrs. G. D. Peck, gona, was married Saturday nooft to Franklin Storra ttovcy at Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley Forge, Pa. The newlyweds will live at Merlon, Pa. The bride attended the Algona high school, then took nurse's training at St. Anthony's hospital, Carroll. She has eln'ce been In the employ of a Doctor Jepson at Philadelphia/ Girls' S. S. Clnss Tntty— The Jolly Workers class of the Methodist Sunday school Was entertained at. their teacher Mrs. Herschel Thompson's Monday evening. Chinker-«hek and Bingo were played. Election of class officers was held: president, Florence Phillips; vice, Jean Thorpe; secretary, Donna Jean Phillips, treasurer, Barbara Harvey. A Christmas party Is planned. The Class consists of young girls. Mia ltartls Is Bride— A single-ring' ceremony was performed on Thanksgiving day ftt the marriage of Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, near Bode, to Nila Burtls, Algona, at the local Baptist parsonage, the Rev. F. C. Volzke, pastor, 'officiating. The couple was attended by Byj'on Behrends, brother of tne bridegroom, and Harriet Helter, Ringsted. They will' live on a farm near Algona.. Gieshj enter- I>uck Dinner is Served—. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence farmers north of Algona, tained at a duck dinner Sunday. Guests were Mrs. Mary Frankl, Algona, her daughters, Mrs. David Green, St. Cloud," Minn., and Mary Frankl, Algona; Joseph Bieser, of the Smoke Shop, his daughter Mary, Mrs. Eva Deim, and the latter's eon John. ( MARKETS H008 Best light butch.,' is'O Med. hVj-., '.OlMito _ Med,- hvy,, 290-326 * _______ _, Beat light butch., 326M366 ____ < Butcher*, -»60-400 Packing 276-360 17.00 17,10 17.00 MO 680 6.80 6.60 Packing eoW«, 360-400 Packing sdwa, 400-500 T Packing Sows, 800 to 660 |6.40 . .. , CannefB and cutteM _„_$2,75-3.76 Stock Bteera -__..._____.,_$5,00-7.oo FYlt yearlings ___~---.._-_$6.60-7.50, „, Fat flteera — _—_—___$8.00-9.00 i a , ftov school. • • boldt, O. D. Prize. won at Tom E. Tho the Turkey Dinner Honors Visitors— The Henry Seller home, St. Benedict, was the scene of a family gathering Sunday in honor of Mr. Sieler's sister, Mrs. Louis Buys, Marque'tte, Mich., who was accompanied here by her daughter, Mrs. William Van Keulen, of Mad- i'son, Wis., and the latter's husband. A turkey dinner was served. Other .guests were the A. Hood's Store PHONES 420 AND 421 ALGONA, IOWA FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 3, AND 5 Surprise for H. S. Boy— A group of high, school students took, "Bud" Anderson by surprise on' his birthday .anniversary last evening. They went in a body to his home, where he was planning to .go to the show. 'Bud', a senior, was captain of the football team this year. The party included sophomores and seniors. S. 8. Class Names Officers- Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll entertained her Mehtodist Sunday school class Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock dinner. There are 14 members; most of them being eighth graders. After dinner election of officers was held: Charlotte Johnson, president; .. cows, ---___-_____^_|4.00-4.60 Veal calves ____„ $5.00-8.00 Bulls __-.____-_ --f4.50-6.60 GRAIN No. 2 yellbw corn _-_ _____36c No. 2 white corn —36%c No. 2 white oats ..-_: 190 No. 2 rye ,__—____.<_____ __29c No. 2 yellow aoy beans —____62c EG08 Hennerys __.__•__'__»! •___ 300 No. 1 ___________ . |25c No. 2 ______ i7c Cash c ream- No. 1 __—____. ___27c No. 2 _______•_ _ v 25c Sweet — _28c POFLTBY Springers, over 5 Iba. 13_ Springers, 4 to 6 __ n c Spririgers, under 4 Ibs. _________9c jeghorh springers ____. ; Sc •lens' over 5 Ibs. _____' I3c Sens, under 4 Ibe.—^ : gc Leghorn hena 8c locks, under 4% Ibs. _— 6c Cocks, ,!over 4% Ibe. _7c eese, live — _____" 9c Hen», 4 to 6 Ibs. . n c Ducks, live, 4% Ibs. lOc DuckB, live, under 4% Ibs. 8c children Emma Jeanne Ringgenberg, secretary. Luncheon for Past M»trona— The O. B: S. past matrons met Tuesday afternoon for one o'clock luncheon at the Masonic Temple, with Mesdamea A. L. Peterson,, Walter Klamp, and A. A. Bishop as hosteisses. 'Mrs. D. D. Paxson is president. : «W. Powell, lrave, Qodfredson wa fi of the church Mom, prize. .T^r- 8 ,..? 1 ? 11 b * SAFETY SAM jjj OTHER SOCIETY. The Nazarene' Foreign Missionary society meets at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Mrs. George - Shaddick's. A talk on How Miesionar- iee in China Spend Their Christmas will be given by Mrs. E. J. Strong, the pastor's wife, and the lesson, Latin American Bishops, will be in charge of Mrs. Eva Towne. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little enter- •;• The fellow who can keep having accidents is the guy head is under your hat. We adjust and repair all'M of brakes. We have the right W lining for your car. Drive IB test. WM. C. DAI), Phone 165. FREE DELIVERY 4 DAILY Graham CRACKERS Fresh 2 ii,. box 130 Soda CRACKERS Fresh 2 ii>. box _ 10c Butternut COFFEE 2 ib S .___. 47c SUGAR Fine granlated. 100-Lb. Bag $4.59 I COOKIES : Plain frosted and = Sandwich i 15 Kinds i 2 Ibs. 25c • = Omar = FLOUR i 49-lb. bag [ $1.45 M • 1 SUGAR E Fine granulated. £ Limit I 10 lb». ___44c • i —.__._ \ IGA FLOUR I 49-lb. bag I $1.39 • i CORN I Standard white _J No. 2 can. S 4 for 27c 19$ 15$ 13$ IGA APRICOTS, JVo. 2^ can _____ 19c Cranberry Sance, 17 oz. cans 2 for Peaches, 18-k, fancy 2}£ can Pears, 18-k fancy, No. 2}£ can ___ 22$ Peas, IGA fancy No. 2 ____ 2 cans 25$ Pumpkin, 18-k fancy No. _ 2 cans 18$ Baking Chocolate, IGA J£ Ib. Cocoa, IGA hiffh grade ---- 2 Ibs. Spices, IGA, all kinds _____ 2 for Salt, round boxes IGA _____ 2 for Kitchen Towels, rolls, each Pecans, extra large size, Ib. _____ 27$ Walnuts, med. size new, Ib. _____ 19$ 3IIxed Nuts, new crop, fancy, Ib. _2l£ Citron Peel, S-oz. boxes, each _____ 9^ Lemon or Orange Peel, 8-oz. pkg. J9$ Mince Meat, IGA, 9-oz. ____ 2 for 19ft Currants, IGA, 9-oz, pkg. __2 for 25$ •Pitted Dates, IGA, 9-oz. pkg. ______9£ Pineapple 8-oz. cr. or tidbits 3 for 25$ Salmon, Mb. tall pink ____ 2 for 25$ Milk, tall, Armour's ____ __3 cans 2Of Cut Green BEANS or good grade PEAS 4No2c'n»29c Golden Bantam CORN or Tomatoes 4No2c'ns29c Peanut Butter Limit Presh. . Good grade. 2 Ibs. ____ 21c For Christinas or your own personal comfort and enjoyment New Spring Cottonj Dresses are Here The Chrischilles Store ^ These new Spring cotton frocks are always a welcome «»» 5 just before Christmas because they make ideal gifts andal«i = becausethey are so comfortable and cheerful to slip into dii, I I"? * ne hectic rushing days before Christmas. You'll love their g bright, sparkling colors and their perfect fitting lines. I | Bright, Sparkling, Color- 1 iul Prints for far-off [ *pring days and [ Now ^ thP^"? d ,°^ nS aUd d ° ZenS Of ne * cotton s, m the most glorious array of color and d that you've seen since LAST Spring. We alwavs by buying two or three for yourself. COFFEE Cannister pack. Red, blue, or green 2 Ibs. ____55c 15c Red A COFFEE BlueG Cup & saucer free 25c Hard Mix. Christmas CANDY 23c Fancy Blue Rose Kice 3 Ibs. 15? 1'runes, new crop large 2 Ibs. Macaroni, fresli cut 2 Ibs, Spaghetti, fresh cut 2 Ibs. 12$ Navy Beans,,clean 3 Ibs. 11$ rig Bar Cookies ____2 Ibs. 19^ Flour, milled by Fillsbury 24^-lb. 49? APPLES, Fancy Ganos, bu. ___$1.45 PEANUT BRITTLE No. 1 Fresh Lbs. 19c FRESH EGGS Dozen 21 c tarly Ohio Potatoes, 100 Ibs. _f 1.O9 Oranges, med. size, 2 Coz. _. 33^ Celery, well bleached, each __,__IO< Potatoes, Cobblers, pkg, ,__18£ Lettuce, large solid, each __._.._* 9$ Texas Seedless Grapefruit , oz Jgq PURE LABI) 3 Lbs. PUBE POBK SAUSAGE BOLOGNA MINCE. HAM Boston Butt POBK BOAST Lb. Boneless SMOK. or Whole BOUND or SIBLOIN STEAK Pork Shoyldrr or VEAL 'BOAST Longhoru CHEESE VEAL CHOPS BEEF BOAST Lb. The 1939 cotton dresses are so different that they'll be a welcome sight during these cold, drab winter days. Come in while assortments are complete. Select your Spring supply NOW. Also remember your friends. WE HAVJ3 I,ONG SLEEVED COTTON DBESSES THIS SEASON See our new house coats in both silk and cotton, priced within the reach i, of every purse— $1.98 $2.98 0998 Our new silk smocks here—printed was 1 "'*" fetas ana satins in designs. A really dressy ment-Hdeal for gifts. i« « Thoie iMrffct fitting I M»rie Dr«Mler [large ' •iM] Arctifff are **** you've Dresster (J we 8jz«a) frooW "» *R '> —real smart llnaa fof tbe forger wow**. $1,98 > if *K- - ^ v I-"' ^?, •J'li _s-_^.-~iir..'j*'-^">i» » msq&aug; ,-.;, -^ ,/ '••, ' ^ \ .-• W ' >V-"";« '• Q . , *r»iA $3, ftfiT

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