Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1939 · Page 3
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, ALGONA, IOWA Theater Is Opened Last Week at Bancroft HAS CROWD PEKING f|<f~A large crowd Mng Of the €raft |ay evening. The ' building far ex- Ctatlons. At the eml-clrcular can- Iblue, well lighted bearing two large lobby and toy- Id are finished in 1 lighted in neon. seats are com- i'Ced far enough In the auditorium Sequate vision for theater. Mr. and have empjoyed their projector op- T as cashier, and ave charge of the |Mr. and Mrs. Mcke tickets and do WVERNE GIRLS GET LETTERS FROM FOUR COUNTRIES Lti Verne, Feb. 6 — An English project begun in the local schools 'about a year ago has been Interesting to those who have continued It. New countries with their customs and manners have been brought closer with the realization of how much alike girls are the world over. The little country of Estonia means more to Evelyn Pergande,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pergande, since she has been corresponding with Helgl Remmet. Helgl has studied the English lan-| guage In school and writes In aj beautiful handwriting with a quaint translation of her messages. •She Is 16, has a brother 14, and la the daughter of an accountant In a bank. There are historic ruins near her town and although she and her friends wear . modern i clothes for every day, they hayej their native costumes to wear on special occasions. Vera^imler, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dlmler,; hears from Clemence Hucabout once a month. She has studied English 2% years In a glrl«' school In Lyons, France, where her father Is manager of a woman's apparel shop. She has a younger sister 11 years old, and they are required to wear uniforms at their school. Jean Mosher, ( Mrs. George Tiede's daughter, corresponds with Margaret Surfleet, a 14-year-old girl In Lincoln, England. She was at the Coronation of the King and Queen and tells of a Cathedral In her, home town. Her account of school life Is Interesting, with examinations, one in her French class lasting 2% hours recently. Hei father works for a company that makes escalators. Doris Dehnert wrote to a girl in Germany until early In the fall. Her letters were written in German script. These local girls are from the 8th, 9th, and 10th grades here and their English teachers are Louise Louers and Harriet Deattle. SEXTON daughter of Mrs. 5;Waa married to I x ln a pretty wed- kperformed at St. church Tuesday plook. The Rev. S. Ited at the services. IB . attended by Register of the brlde- ence Vaske, broth|. The bride wore a rhite crepe dress earls, and a lace- ap effect with 111- a bouquet of yel- ferns and the roses er carried at her ^bridesmaid's dress ength rose chiffon blue, and she wore Isories. She carried pink carnations and wore dark suits. iner was served to Rat the home of the fat noon. The couple i after March 1 on a |s east of Bancroft. Married— . I sbecame the bride of f|Ledyard, in a cere- ed at St. John's . Saturday morning the presence of 1m- Res. The couple was arjorie Sherman and The bride wore a et dress with match- I , and carried a bou- ' carnatjons. The pre a bright blue |h contrasting acces- krried a bouquet of j A wedding break- to the couple and | relatives at the ride's mother. Fol- jremony the ' couple honeymoon trip to Sfter which they will ^Bancroft.,. , ..... . iiaha — •-•"•. , ent has been made of i of Mary Kramer, Jr. and Mrs. F. J. P. Reeves, Spy adding took place |iiary 5. Mrs. Reeves at daughter of Mr. Kramer, Bancroft. raduated from SIT chool, after which iirse In nurse's train- f City, where she has f since completing her Graduates— G. D. Hart and |ce left Tuesday for attend graduation ex- evening.' ' Antoin- graduated from the bharmacy. She has I university till June |l take her state tests rk In the drug store. Is Flaimed-r- arish young men are evening of fun In St. fjunday evening, There features, music, £ entertainment. The 7:30, 8~to 11- j'Golden Tide" defeat- 28-11 Tuesday even- tohnson, of St.: John's, orers with 11 points. {serves hosed out the serves, 16-44. ancroft News. TO, Louis Kennedy, of |inn., came Saturday 'larold Kollasches and Mrs. Kollasch Is a Sr, and Mrs. Kennedy, nnedy is the daughter Irs. Menke, 3raw, of Hutchinson, i new saleslady in the |r department of the store. She is mak- p.wlth Mr. and Mra t A. Irlson was operated on pitis at the local hoa- pty night. She has been B. A. Krekow.. home the public school. icovered in irmore Home Feb. §—What might disastrous fire was in the n|ck of time aing at Charles Ran. of town. Mrs, Raney . aughter-in-law, Mrs. ianey, smelled cloth upon opening the . stairway were met by Rushing Intp the W Jp,un4 a blanket OS QUILTING BEES ARE HELD BY FENTON WOMEN Fenton, Feb. 6—<Mrs. Don Wels- brod entertained at quilting Friday afternoon. Attending were Mesdames -E. C. Wesibrod, V. J. | Tatum, O. H. Stoeber, W. E. Laage, Elsie Dreyer,' and Lorena Dreyer. Mrs. Rex Wolfe entertained at quilting Tuesday and Wednesday. Assisting Tuesday were Mesdames, Freelove Welsbrod, F. P. Newel,! Walter Wlddel, Florence McFall,! Emma Ruske and J. A. G. Smith; Wednesday, Mesdames H. C. Llnd- sey, R. C. Goetsch, Sam Warner, George Boettcher, Shelby Wels- brod, T. N. McFall, and Oliver Stoeber. Mrs. Will Welsbrod entertained at quilting Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Assisting were Mesdames H. H. Dreyer (daughters Alvina and Ruth), E. C. Weis-« brod, Emma Ruske, Chas. Newel, E. J. Frank, Art Krause, Henry Reimers, J. A. Schwartz, Henry! Lindsey, and Elsie Dreyer (and daughter Lorena). Two Grandchildren In a Day— Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer became grandparents twice the same' day they were informed Monday 1 morning. A daughter was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, and a 9-lb. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rehmer, of Homestead. Mrs. Rehmer is the 'former Alma Meyer. Selma Mey-l er, a sister of Mrs. Rehmer, went to Homestead Tuesday to help care for the new baby? Birthday Surprise Given— Art Krause was honored at a birthday surprise event Tuesday night. The evening was spent playing 500, and seven tables were in play. Walter Krause won high score for the men and Mrs. Arthur Mueller, high for women. Arthur Mueller received the cut prize. Lunch was brought by the guests. P. T. A. Has Meeting— The P. T. A. February meeting is dated for this week Tuesday in the high school auditorium. The program was: songs, Fenton Forward 4-H club; talk, Mrs. Lucille Hicks, H. D. A.; P. T. A. work, Mrs. Woodward, Whittemore; song, 4-H club. LONE ROCK AUXILIARY HOLDS 14-TABLE BENEFIT CARD PARTY had arrived at Midland, Texas. Lone Rock, Feb. 6—The Legion Auxiliary sponsored a benefit card party last week Tuesday evening at the local hall, and 14 tables of bridge and 600 were played. Prizes in 500 were high, Emll Kraft, Mrs. Thomsen; low, Hirain Akarman, Mrs. James Long. Prizes in bridge were: high, Jim Long and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard; low, Otto Jensen and Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Roy Jensen received the door prize. A total of $15.41 was taken in. There will be a card party Tuesday night, February 14. P. T. A. Has Program— The P. T. A. met Monday evening at the school auditorium. The program was: piano selections, | Miss Wadsley; vocal selections,! girls' glee club; quiz box conducted! by Mrs. Arthur Priebe; group sing- ing. The February meeting is in charge of E. M. Jensen, Harold Wood, and Fred Genrich, program, and Victor Rogers and J. M. Bl'anchard, menu. Other Lone Bock. The Legion Auxiliary met last Wednesday afternoon with Tena Jensen. A report was given of the county joint meeting at Swea City. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Roy Jensen. The Mite society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Genrich,' Mrs. Andrew Thomsen assisting. The society gave money towards church • expenses. Many from here attended the boys' basketball tournament at Algona over the week-end. Mrs. J. F. Whitney, of Madison, Wls., came last week to visit at H. E. Micka's. , on Medical Missionaries was given by Mrs. Walter Welsbrod and Mrs. Rex Wolfe. Fun and Festival in India was given by Mrs. Alfred Meyers. Hostesses were .Mesdames V. J. Tatum, Clyde Humphrey, and' C. C. Voigt. I The St. John's Lutheran Aid met in the church basement Wednesday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. 1 Walter Ohm and Mrs. F. F. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son Billy were entertained at Leonard Madden's near Ringsted Thursday evening at supper. Irene Bleckwenn left Wednesday morning from Algona for Roches- IPV "where she will enter nurse's training. The Dorcas -Sewing club met last week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. E. C .Fauerby. I Gladys Stoeber visited Ardis; Voigt, at Titonka, over the week- 1 end. I LIVERMORE FARM GETS CARLOAD OF CALVES LAST WEEK Livermore, Feb. 6—A carload of calves were shipped to Livermore by Clayton Jennings, of the Jen-| nings brothers stock firm here.! when he was in Denver attending i the stock show last week. Clayton consigned this shipment to the firm here and it was received Wednesday. From Denver he went to Texas to contact other stock men and do other buying for spring delivery, which consignments will be billed into South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa. Ted, the elder member of the firm here, talked with his brother today by phone, and he House Ileing Remodeled— A residence in the east part of town owned by the Home Owners Loan Corporation, better known here as the former Hack place, is undergoing a complete interior redecorating. The house has ten rooms, and in connection with the paint and paper job, it is understood the corporation expects to add a bath, new window sills, and improve the furnace room, and an exterior coat of paint. Edward Opheim and his men have the contract for the work which is well under way. Rancy Buys O'Neill House— 'Charles R'aney has bought the O'Neill .property from the Charles O'Neill estate. His son Guy and family expect to move in as soon as repair work is completed, which will probably be within ten days/ The place they are vacating, owned bv Cyrus Floyd, has been rented to Aschel Brogan, who expects to move as soon as it is vacated. The Brogans have been living with his parents in the south part of town. Other Livermore News. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tuttle are parents of a boy, born Thursday. This is the first child, and the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tuttle, in, whose home the child was born. Before her marriage, the new mother was Priscilla Ferris, of Rutland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Ferris. Two local teachers, Adelaide Patterson and Marguerite Wyman, spent the week-end at their homes, Marshalltown and Vinton, respectively. ' Bridge Club Entertained— Mrs. G. B. Stevens entertained the U-Deal-M bridge club last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. George Jentz won high and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, consolation. -Substitutes were Mrs. Weber Yager, Mrs. R. A. Goetsch, and Mrs. Art Mueller. Continued in to February Right at Your Door! Other Fontnn. The Methodist W. F. M. S. met Thursday afternoon In the church parlors, Mrs. Walt Wlddel had charge of devotions. The lesson . ttw burntaf articles *er wrapping t&fa te pg, and with a water '- the flame*, later 17.95 Even the most tailored suit this spring has a iqft silhouette, , , of .-jolt '«gif«t .flofl! In KRFSFNSKY'S ';Jlllifil|fci,ll,IBIi 1 ..M VttH-t J* Ai^S-.'Cit V-iiP-ftltii-iff**.^^* *rF-ii, Thirty women attended a linen shower at Joe Balk's north of! town Thursday for Mrs. Richard | Balk, the former Jualnta Ander-! sen. The afternoon was spent so-1 cially and ice cream and cake were served. The new Mrs. Balk re-i celved a number of pretty gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Balk were married January 26 at the St. Benedict! Rectory. They will make their home with the bridegroom's parents on a farm two miles north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Thursday evening at A. L. Greenfield's. Mrs. Sim Bemls, Mrs. B. E. Sanders, and Mrs. Herman Wise spent Thursday at Mrs. John Web* er's, near Irvington, where they attended a woman's home project meeting for leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Phillips and Mrs. Phillips' brother, Mr. Schaffer, who Is visiting here rfom South Dakota, were dinner guests Friday of Mrs. Sarah Wise and her daughter Mrs. Drusie Noble. Mrs. B. E. Sanders and her sister, Mrs. Lou Boleneus, and son Robert, spent Tuesday and ! Wednesday at Henry Hawley'a at Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Deibler, Titonka, scent Thursday afternoon with Roy's- parents, the William- Delbler'a. Mrs. Oecar Hamond and children spent Thursday afternoon with her sister, Mrs. John Milled south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grant, Wesley, spent Thursday evening It Oscar Hamond's. The W. C. Taylors attended the Mulllns seed corn anniversary banquet at Corwith last week Tuesday evening. .. ,| About 60 men, women, and children attended the Roosevelt birthday party Monday evening in the Sexton school. The evening was spent at cards, bingo, and chlnker chek. Lunch was served following the games, and $22 was taken in. Kresensky's A Grand Sale of Dresses Fresh from the Chicago Market = Styles A* a part ei this great J»hu- •ry telling event, bownie's •re bringing right to your door. • Urge •election of Cownie True Value furs. Price* oi Jura are low- lower than they have been lor years—approximately IS' percent lower than at this time l»t year. That mean* your iur money will buy, more — especially at Cownie'f, Iowa's largest furrier*. I'm bringing with me, iur coats priced as low as $48.50. Come in while I'm in town and see. with the actual coats, just how much your iur money will 1 buy now. This will be your last opportunity oi the season to see such outstanding Cownie iur values at these low lanuary prices. SEE rjii&jg GREAT VALVES Tuesday and Wednesday February 7 and 8 Kresensky's Special Factory Representative in Attendance RUPTURE H, I. Hoffman, Expert, Minneapolis, MJnB,, will demonstrate thQut charge h'ls "Perfect fletenUoa SWei49" ft ALGONA, r B1UAV, FEBKUABV 10 ,' At the Algona JJptel From 10 a. m. to i p. m. Please come early, Evenings by . appointment. „ « Your physician will tell you about this serious condition. 4»y rupture allowea to" protrude in dangerousr |ily "Retention Shields" will hold your rupture under any , condition of exercise and work. They are* sanitary, vraterprpof, and practically indestructible. Navel Ruptures ang those following abdoffllnaj operations * ' •' ' • - ' -. . - . r , . £0 not -wear, trusses that will enlarge the opening and don't Neglect the cj$0ren. $feny s»tj8jtea,clteftts & thlf community-. NO The New RHYTHM STEP SHOES Royal Blue Kid, $7.50 •k You'll find a new thrill when you walk in these light, dainty styles designed to complement your Spring suits. Delightfully smooth and sleek, Rhythm Steps have invisible rhythm treads that give astonishing, new support. . .glorious buoyancy to your step! Take 3 Steps and Find Their Extra Comfort! We invite you to make this daring test! Come in and take just 3 steps in these lightest, daintiest shoes, so you'll discover how really young your feet can look ,.. and how wonderful they can feel with ,the extra support (but no extra weight) in Rhythm Step Shoe*. ' ss Algona | Bargain Days | Choose Early of These Values. §§ Final Sale of Shoes, including Spring 3 Patent Leather, Gaberdines, and Kid materials in all- = over and combination of materials make this a smart gg group of styles for now and all spring. Dressy styles =E and street types. All should sell for more. 2.99 MAN TAILORED SUITS Fine-fitting suits in grey, navy, black. Very special at this price. and 0 Wash Dresses Fast color, of course, and good styles and colors. Bargain days only. 79c Also higher priced garments from our regular stock, sizes 12 to 46. $3.99 WOOL GLOVES and MITTENS $1.00 values at _79c Bien Jolie CORSELETES and GIRDLES Fine fitting high grade garments, regular $3.50' garments Regular $3.50 ££ £j£ garment at —9C*£W High grade garments, reg- $5.00, at $3.50 SPECIAL PURCHASE OF SHOES Black and brown leathers with medium heels, in strap and tie models, Also all suede in Last Call on Winter Coats Mostly sizes 16 and 18 coats left. Good styles and lots of wear and warmth in these garments. Fur- trimmed and plain, prices regular $10.95 to $29.50, all priced at $5 $10 $15 A few reg. to $49.50 at $25 u CARTWRIGHT JR. DRESSES All winter styles reduced to this price. Sizes 11 to 17. $10 Children's 25c hose 19c Warm Felt Slippers 69c Children s part wool Unions _39c 50Ladies'Hats i>5c Sale of Sample Bags __ _50c Silk and Satin Slips _59c Reg. $1.98 Leather Gloves $1.59 One lot of Ladies' Shoes 98c Group of Ladies' Silk Dresses 98c SALE SILK HOSE Discontinued colors and styles from our regular $1 hose. All sizes at 69c Sale Overshoes OVERSHOES f~ i. ',4;"^ !„>n t" r . t 'W A' 3-Snap Styles Just' when you need these most, Good • fitting rubber overshoes. $1.99 79c In tea rose, nayy, black 4< gore and JBA^ bias cut ..-._, P9C I»^PSJ ^^*ip f^w ^^^F ^Qif ^^l^ ^M^^A ^i/tF •Hl4Hv Style and Quality at aS*x

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