Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1938 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1938
Page 10
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PAGE TWO K089UTM COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA, tOfti Arthur Maasdam, Irvington, Renwick Girl, Wed ANOTHER PAIR AT IRVINGTON ALSO MARRIED Irvington, Nov. 29 — Lillian Kraiise, Renwlck, and Arthur Maasdiam, Irvington, were married Thanksgiving day, at Ronwick, by the Rev. J. A. Reintz. They were. accompanied by William and Doris Krause, sister and brother of the bride. The couple left Thursday even- Ing for New Sharon, where they visited the Emory Grosenbachs, formerly of Sexton. The bride is a daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Frank and a cousin of Arthur Krause, who has purchased and will move to the former Weber farm March 1. She was graduated from the Renwick high school and has been teaching near Humboldt. The teaching will be discontinued after this week. Arthur is the only son of Jacob moved 1 w e i,i ad ° 6C ' wth ently day afternoon and evening. -Lunch Ashleys. Lillian • •• ---- --**» *•» v»tj i^cmij, tO wS&Jj'O rrorn Mason City, where they had been living. Mrs. Ralph Lee and her son Wesley went to Osage Sunday to gee the Godfredsous. riieuitionia Patient ImprOTlrtfr— Mrs. Rhoda Talbott, Hlllstioi— ough, N. D., is recovering from a serious attack of pneumonia. She Is the mother of Mrs. Ralph here. Irvlngtonlnn In Army SicK— 'Calvin Lee, stationed at an army post in California, has been hospitalized because of jaundice. A , , ^ ' — • " »» v* L o, v.-i«tr LJUKQ. i>ir, anc ,rv a T r tU "!l d J™' BT0Tn . n !" ! ^:. B ™?r- R » th M«ry. »nd Johnn, of sandwiches, pie, doughnuts, and coffee will be served. The Vee Mullins were at Charles City Sunday, guests of the Harry and William Johnson, Ralph and Ruth Mary Bauer, and Bob Moore will attend a high school carnival at Tltonka this Leo week Tuesday night. Henry and William Ricke, Mr. and Mrs, George Goetz, and Mrs. R. J. Thlstsen^ went to Breda Monday to attend the funeral of a cousin. The R. C. Bauers were Thanksgiving dinner guests at Gus " r a n d t ' s, Clear Lake. Mr. Trt , „ . ' early aSt fall> He re -< s P ent tm , n ' i, S >0t 6r at Mason City. Mr . e,; Bauer left Monday to attend a 3- week-end with her parents, tho Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Bottom. She Is attending college at Cedar Fa Ms George Mlldman accompanied sheep to Chicago last week and was to attend the International Livestock show. Janice Rose Is the name for a new girl at George Vltzthuuv's. Sho was baptised Sunday at St. Joseph's Catholic church, and Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Studer were sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins visited friends at Sheldon Sunday. Out-of-town guests at a recep- ion lost week Wednesday at Aug- ist Gnrman's for tho newlyweda, Mr. and Airs. Philip Ooetz, were Ruth Carman and Mary Agatha Holder, Mason City; Raymond Borklnnd. Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. C«rl Schimmel. Blue Earth, daugh- glvlng week-end with her parents? Mr. and Mrs. H. H, Flora Sr. She teaches nt Exlra, The filmor Johnsons, Lone Rock, .and the Frank Johnsons were Sunday dinner guests at Arthur Larson's. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Seefeld, of Wisconsin, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamilton, Sterling, 111., vialtod tho Fred Seofelds and the Amos and Clayton Angles Sunday. ARMSTRONG Irvington graduated Maaedam, prominent farmer, and he was «.«, UUIllcu from the Algoua high school some years ago. The couple's plans are not definite. For the time being they are at the local Maasdam farm. Mrs. J,acot> Maasdam was at the Arthur Krause home Saturday afternoon. A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Arthur Maasdam was given there. ANOTHER WEDDING. Gary Behrends and Nila Burtis 'iving morn- n h f fl r«^. 0f » a f f W °'^ r me '\ ai j (1 i Kiith Gnrmnn returned to her JGannnn, ""igona. "wnluesse^were * Iar , ge factor, is working to build work nt Mason City last \veok ! Leoim Selmer. R^on Irv«?£,? Mr. and Mrs. Arnold „„.., Rlngstcd, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Trlpp, Maple Hill, wero tho Thanksgiving suosts of the wo- up hundreds of nci-es of land. When the land is in good condi- — •" »" QUVSU VJWAAV4L klTllU^U LIlC tion for growing crops, families, Lorraine on Thursday night, after having tended the wedding of her flooded ,m countrv w l f ** 10 ° al Leg '° n post r.t- Lillinn Johnson, Barbara Schrauth, and Florence Olson. Thanksgiving dinner guests at mcet August Garman's were the Henr.v Mr, T w • e o » Mrs Jos. Ramus and her Infant Myrtle Lease serving thainext week Tuesday night. The Aux-|Haverlys7"tJic"E.' S% M. 1 Olsons jiHary wjll meet Monday nijiit, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lnux. son, from the home and Mrs. Monday, last week weighed 7 T -n ' ' \~,~~~ —'— «"-'•»«{,. j Tom Sherman. Jos. Mnlorn Rudvl LeRoy, were takea: Mr and Mrs. R. c. Bauer enter- Larson. Ben Studer Sr.. and Ben I hospital to the tamed their evening bridge club;Studer Jr. left Sundav for this] parents, Mr. (Sunday night at four tables, and week at Chicago in attendance on: this week, Mrs. Arlo Dawson won high for; the International Livestock show J y- was born; women. Tom McMahon for men. i where Mr. Studer Sr. has ten head j Donald Kraus spent the Thanks- of shorthorn cattle on exhibition giving week-end with the home; .Mr. and Mrs. *Thos. McMahon j men's mothers i-espectlVely, Mm, Marguerite Bunt and Mm. CofA . . , Frank Bailey, Fenton, gond Hadley and John, daughter Donna Jean, and another daughter Fran a Bfitt teacher, wire Thanks giving guests at the daughter Mrs A. T. WhftloVa. Mrs, Whitlow 1 the former Caroline Bailey. Mr, and Mrs. Allan Robinson, o Nofthwood, with their daughtei Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Leater 'JPhees field, daughter Sandra Kay, an the Arthur easterns were Thanks giving guests of the Women's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Nels Anrrck. Mr, ajid Mrs. Emll Huskamp ffiSSS&SBS* -,-.; ; lftMft Wftif Igueet on *lH,nk»glvIttg day At M. M. Jtrmtt- a at H ^' and the a few miles southwest. is the • ."V *-«l_-*LIV- I ,-•».. V»1U 41* to. -J. «|JJ>, J1C live /oiks. He is « student at Ames.; with the daughter Patricia Ann..' live John Froelich and Clarence De-' took Tom's grandmother, Mrs i .Boer also came home from the I Emma Waller, to Lincoln —„ -.„.„„„, Onel- State college. -Friday to visit n iinnc-M ' Oneida with them and plans to re- j j Lewis Kent. She is employed at ~ T*,, ere .sss&ttijr^" r °' ; * ~^^'^^z^^^«<3±:&jssi d " 3 -" 1 " to M ' school a few years ago. Gary Is'a lltpner -uesU at O T Mnip J '"' '" B ° tt0m Spent son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Beh- SunC eveS we£ the E i" rends, farmers southwest of In- and Frank Skillings, the Charles 1 InPCOn. on thp farm fnrmorlv i-r— TT__ - , ,- ° ' . __ ^"«"«" and Let Us Refinance Your Car CANDY.. OB Mmm MlMbh to four Income —par VUMG9 WGffc COW Qnd OffOlfl* o taw monWr. pomatnt Atoo onii IB car "&*> ** burin*** mwtocna other worthy puipon*. G»fid«n«al. P. J. KOHLIfAAS LttMft tl Algnna Telephone 28 LUSBY'S week Fi-iday night. Margaret Flora spent Thanks- FARM MACHINERY — IF YOU have machinery to sell, or if you want to buy, an Advance Want Ad will bring prompt action. , ..S. fcefnard Lorlg, ,-rf Truman, Minn,, and their daughter Manlene Were Sunday visitors At the parental John Laffey'«. Mr, and Mr*. Tom Johnson Sr Sunday sit?*, assa 1939 ,r- •' \ &S £ <SH H. W. POST Dray and Tranafer STORAGEOFALLKINDS Long Distance Hauling Drery load Insured again** loss and damage of all kinda. Equipped to do all kiadc of hauling and drmjint. PHOIfE M8 llgona, I«w*i World Wide Rec eption 75 363 69.95 Kbssuth Radio & Electric Phone 170 Milton DalU Algonn,] Mrs - will visit relatives till Matvh 1. when they will move to a farm near Burt. Project for Xeero School— Wesley isslpp to contribute V r ° UP ° f J "° UnS ^^ attended The building is to be fireproof f 8 ^ 6 -' S "? ve . r was served and will house the admin' sTrS churc' 11 left Sun- dining hall, afood sto, oom ad vi - dining hall and kit- R oy Kleinpet? w. Negro boys and girls in the Black Belt. Educated in Iowa, with promise of a brilliant future in tne North, Jones, turned his back on the easy road and took up in earnest thp fulfillment of his dream, which has now grown to be the whole purpose of his life. Piney Woods stands a living proof of the success of Laurence Jones's faith and endeavor. lowans, proud of Laurence Jones, desiring to demonstrate their pride in and appreciation of the accomplishment of hfts .efforts, plan the erection of an Iowa State Memorial Building at the Piney Woods school." Irvington people have felt a deep interest in the Piney Woods school since Bernice, eldest dauga- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Boldridge, left here some years ago to enter the school. After graduation she was employed at the school, and though she married Maurice Me- Laurin, teacher, a few years ago, she continues her office work at Piney Woods. EInora Boldridge, now at home here, is also a graduate of Piney Woods, and formerly she traveled with the Cotton Blossom Singers. Missionary Society Meets— The missionary society met at the church Friday, all members except two present. There were seven guests. Mrs. O. L. Miller was in charge of program. The Rev. Mr. English led devotions; Mrs. Lillian Zinz offered prayer; EInora Boldridge sang Swim; Low, Sweet Chariot; EInora ami Alberta Boldridge sang a duet; and Jeannie LofiiiK. gave ft a olo. Topics studied were Siam and the Sou thorn Mountains. Mrs. K. p. Roney reported on the topic, What of Siam? Mrs. H. T. Sabiti gave a talk on a school in the southern mountains Mr. English spoke on the mountain people. It was decided that each iiionth the members shall take one certain word and look up Bible verses containing it, the verses to be used at roll call. Tho word for December is Peace. Former Irvin^'toniaiis Call- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Tarrant Lake Crystal, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tarrant, Huntley, Minn., were Sunday callers at Ralph Lee's. They were en route to their homes, after Thanksgiving with relatives at Webster City. The Charles Tarrants lived here more than 20 years ago, on tho farm where the Frieders family now lives. Francis, eldest son, is a Baptist minister at Huntley. Tells of Idaho Project— Alva Spurgeou, who had been employed during corn-picking fit the Stephen Loss farm, went to his sister Mrs. William Decker's, near Whittemore, Tuesday. Late this week the Deckers and Alva will go to Tama to see Mrs. Rosa Spurgeon, and Alva will remain there with his mother and sister till Christmas time, when he plans to go to Minnesota. Operation Patient Becoyerlngr— Mrs. Lyle Godfredson is recovering at an Osage hsopital from a major operation perforined Jaet week Monday, she is tlie former i 'Personal Greeting CHRISTMAS CARDS OERHAPS you are one * who has vainly tried to have an artist design a personal greeting card for you with the result falling short of your expectations and the expense far greater than you originally intended. GIBSON Personal Cards, printed or engraved with your name, are as individual as they are beautifuL See them now while our selection is at its best Lusby's LMN0 , CHOICE, JOE BLOOM'S Biggest display of toys an,i gifts ever shown in AI- gona. We determined thi s yea r that Algona would have the biggest toy show in its history, and we have confidence that Algona shoppers will find In this complete toy show just what they want at the price they want to pay. Come in and look around. „ _ _, , ; JOE BLOOM. r. S. Pick them out and have them laid away. OH BOY, TRAINS 100 trains to choose from. Electric .streamline. Tracks. The real American flyer type — you must see them 98c $1.49 up to $5.95 Have our clerks show them to you. UUJcmyQi-'-l 5}\ ;i\ Calmly and deliberately, during your own lifetime, you may plan with us a Rock of Age* memorial with the assurance that vour own wishes will be reflected in every expressive detail of material, design and execution. No chance or mischance, no uncertainty will remain to trouble you or yours when you erect a memorial wi»le you live—and you gain an abidi. Irig satisfaction through the years to come. Our everlattiag guarantee and National Surety bond enhance your tatisfactloa and security in iclecting a Rock of Aget memorial. W, H, GODOEN Doll and Kiddie FURNITURE Chairs, Rockers Tea Sets 49c, 98c, up to $5.95 DOLLS-DOLLS The biggest line of dolls ever shown in Algona. Big dolls, mamma dolls, black dolls, rubber dolls. Hundreds of dolls to choose from. 17c, 25c, 49c, 98c $2.98 and $3.98 TOOL CHESTS Fine tools, wooden cab- iuet. Price range 49c and 98c up to $2.98 OPENINl SATURDAY December 3rd BIGGEST LINE OF SKIIS IN NORTHERN Bikes and Tricycles Brand new stream-lined style, large mud guards, rubber pedals, rubber handles. Our prices are lower. Boys and Girls' Bicycles Big line to choose from $19.95 up to $29.95 Tricycle, all sizes 98c up to $8.95 AIRPLANES China Clippers GAS ENGINES Lowest prices. Wonder- *ul gifts for the little fellows. 25c, 29c, and 49c Boys' and Girls* GAMES TABLE TENNIS 25* and 49* PAINTING SETS DUMP TRUCKS Sturdy, all steel construction, rubber tires 49cand89c games to choose from In our complete stock Educational SETS A real gift tor bigger boys. Science and Store- craft sets. Western Union Sets— THOUSANDS Hi.Speed Hockey SKATES Finest Tuhmar Skates *or the season $3.49 and $3.95 Roller Skates for boys and girls 69cand93c AT ?LEDS ALL STYLES PBICEB BIGHT 9Sc, $JU9, $1,98 TOYS Dogs, Horses, Walking Popeye, Hobby Horses» Carts. GWts for ali sfee boys or girls p,and98c JOE iifii^^$^3|l We Welcome the Children

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