Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1939 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1939
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Beamy Shop Operator at Wesley Is Married Drugstore your car to a I of DX, then go look tor bills to rimson' ^SERVICE Clothes that |> are frequently ,|; dry cleaned \|s Iwear longer 1?; land look better. Our call for and delivery service Is for your economy. LK ERS AND TAILORS Phone 380 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA PAGE THREB For Those Who Want the Best 0 L D Dt "-B 5 R G "t E I EMMA MURPHY IS BRIDE OF EMMET MURPHY Wesley, Mar. 6—Emma Murphy, perator at M'B beauty shop here, was married Monday, February 20, o Emmet Murphy, Graettinger, at shnmetsburg. The couple was at- ended by Mr. and Mrs. Francis tfurphy, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Mur- >hy Is a sister of the bride, and Ar. Murphy, cousin of the bridegroom. The bride wore a floor- ength white satin gown with veil and carried a bouquet of lilies. ler attendant wore a floor-length Iress of peach net and carried pink oses. A wedding : dinner was serv- d ait noon for 30 relatives at the Cermore hotel. The couple then eft for a week at Des Molnes. Mrs. flurphy will continue her beauty shop, later making her home at Graettinger, where Mr. Murphy Ivea. Changes at Itenton Cafe- Ruth, daughter of B. J. Muehe, >egan work at the Bentou Cafe Wednesday, replacing Ethel Haverly, who resigned. Miss Haverly, who had worked there a year, will >e married shortly after Easter. Mary Ehlers, who revealed recont- y that she was married last July to Jack Munson, Woden, also gave up'her work at the Ben ton Cafe, and she has gone to Woden. Mr. Vtunson now works with Fritz Gerdes, contractor, and Mrs. Munson's place Is being taken by a Missouri woman. Mrs. Munson was ionoree at a miscellaneous shower at Mrs. Tlllle Loebig's last week Sunday. Dinner Parties arc Given— Members of 'the evening bridge club met with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz Sunday evennig for 0:30 potluck dinner. Mrs. R. K. Richardson won high for women, and she also won travel. Editor D. J, 'Zerbe was high for men. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison entertained at dinner last week Tuesday evening Supt. and Mrs. Eldon Ravlin, Mrs. Julius Kunz, daughter Mary Adine, Coach Paul Ned twig, Rosamund Eckstein, and Dorothy Shannahan. Movers Delayed by Flu- The Frank Fox family has been NEW FACES ARE SEEN AT LONE ROCK AS A RESULT OF MOVES the farm the Householders le£t. Party Celebrates Birthday— Mrs. Eugene Johnson entertained Wednesday evening at 600 In honor of Mr. Johnson's birthday. Attending: the Paul Olsons, Mrs. Merwln Marlow, Leon Larson, Harlan and William Marlow, Esther, Marie, Leonard, and Gerald Hutchinson, Marjorle Pettlt, and Dorothy McCleiah. Other Lone Rock. The Mite society met Thursday with Mrs. D. W. Fornau, Mrs. Ar- Lone Rock, Mar. 6—The Eugene Johnsons have the house the Almea had here. The Merwln Marlows have moved to the farm just south of the railroad tracks, previously occupied by the Harold Grosses, who have moved to a farm near Hraottlnger. The Jos. Culbertsons liavc the house vacated by the Marlows. The Carl Wieners have moved to the O. A. Sharp farm, formerly occupied by the Frank Lewises, who moved to a place near Whltlemoro. William Fischer, north of town, has purchased ... .. _ „, _ „, , the Ernest Prlobe property and wlth Mrs - D> w - Fornau . Mrs - Ar " ho and his wife are retiring) The i end Nceland assisting. The next son Delinar remains on the farm. P.-T. Association Has Program— The Parent-Teacher L. R. association met last week Monday night in the high school auditorium. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. Roy Jensen were named next menu committee; Mrs. V. V. Frye, Mrs. I). W Fernau, and Mrs. Hattie Sprang, program committee. The. Burt H. S. band played selections, and two piano solos were played by the Rev. Carl Sinning. The Little German band sextette—-Burt H. S. band members — played selections. Lunch was served by a committee of men. Householders to Minnesota— The Frank Householders entertained the Schuyler Bates family, Burt, and the Donald • Marlows Thursday evening in honor of the Wesley Householders, who moved Saturday to Hutchinson, Minn. The Gladstone's. meeting will be with Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough assisting. The Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Roy Jensen, and the next meeting will be with Mrs. Otis Sanders. Catherine Stebritz, who had been at her mother's at Bancroft, is again with her grandmother, .MrB. Kate Hawks, here. Mr. and'Mrs. Francis Poole, Fort Dodge, spent Friday at the Hawks home. Lorene Bram, .Storm Lake, came one day last week for a visit at her sister Mrs. Carl Sinning's. All spent Friday with Mr. Sinning's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. R. S. Sinning, Kararar. 'Mrs. Carl Suckow, Jennings, La., and the Elmer Weisbrods, Fenton, were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mra. Ralph Welsbrod. Beulah Gladstone and Adelaide Harung, Swea City teachers, spent the week-end at the Rev. S. M In the evening, Mr. Johnson attended a prayer service, followed by a reception in hte honor at the Baptist church. Birthday Dinner Is Given— A dinner was held at August Studer's at Wesley a week ago Sunday honoring the birthdays of George Glawe and Donnie Studer, Corwlth. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Glawe, the Herman, Studer family, and the George Glawe family, all of Corwlth, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glawe, and daughter, of near Wesley. Attend Rally at Kanawhn— The Rev. Karl Hlller, Clifford Applegate, Harriet Oxley, and Darlene Dean attended an Epworth League rally at Kanawha Wednes- ay evening. Mr. Applagate show- d moving pictures of the New ear's day celebration at the local hurch, and of the corn shelling Wesley Householders spent last week at Frank's. The Charles The Chester Almes have purchased a general store at Ottosen Cchultz family, Elmore, now have I to which point they have moved. RESIDENT OF GORWITH 38 YEARS IS DEAD Corwith, Mar. G — Albert N. Skeflly, resident of Corwith for 38 [ t" "f°" .. „ ,U«.l „ t V.l« 1* nn *n 1tn»n n i - Lll -fe 1 " il Frey, A. E. Mvtllins, Charles Gray and Jacob May. Interment was made in the Corwith cemetery. Mr. Skelly is survived by his wife, his son, Everett Franklin, a daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Duckett, of Corwith, four grandsons, and i brother at Mount Holly Springs Pa. Business Men Have Program— A total of 40 business men me a week ago Monday evening at the years, died-at his home here week ago Monday, after an Illness of several months. having the flu. This delayed mov-1 Mr. Skelley was born at Oak- Ing to the farm In southern Iowa ville, Pa., December 5, 18G3, and! for a regular monthly meeting. At the opening o£ th gathering, a program was given hj the boys' glee club. A group o boys sang two selections. Dean , ., , Th Qn n . o]d aolotet san which they purchased last sum- | lived there till he was 19 years old,, .. W]len mer, but departure is expected by when he went to Saunemin, 111. this week-end. Mr. Fox had been J January 23, 1889, he was married buying hogs here forDecker &Son,! to Carrie' Bell Righter. Two chli- Mason City, and Jack Studer now dren were born: Everett Franklin takes over this work. The Ted and Mary E. Wetlands, northeast of town, are The family came to Corwlth In moving to the Fox farm. The Wei- lands have also been sick with flu. Mrs. Kate Kennedy Improved- Helen Domayer, Templeton, is 1901, and has lived here contlnu- Irish Eyes are Shining. George Oxley Jr. and Edward Me tille sang a duet, "Freckles." A letter was read by W. Woodbury, local agent, from C th M. & St. L. railroad explaining proposed freight route to pas through town twice a week. A res _ *~M n At A «*** w"t3" i<w »» u. t.»» i\j\j m n \*\*i*.* -t». <. uu ously since. Mrs. Skelley died olution ln favor of th is.route was June 6, 1924, and November 20,. pagsed 1925 Mr. Skelly was married to Lydia Escher. Talks were given by Walte Hefti, Lu Verne, and a Mr. La Her, of Holstein, who explained th of unstinted public service in Cor-; useg and ^vantages of a modern bee. The next rally will be held at Corwith fn May. Horse Dies After Fall- Louis Galloway, farmer north and west of Corwlth, lost one of his fine horses a week ago Saturday. The horse slipped and fell on the ice and died a short time later from internal injuries. Church Kitchen Bemodeled— The Methodist church kitchen has been reflnished and new cooking equipment installed. A new white enameled range and a three- burner oil stove have taken the place of the old range. , Other Corwlth News. Frances Hurley, home economics teacher and girls' basketball coach at Rolfe, visited her sister Gertrude, teacher here, a week ago Sunday. Bernard Hurley, a brother, came last Wednesday for a visit. The Royal Neighbors met at the Legion hall Thursday with Mrs. Glen Dunlap and Mrs. Harry Maw hostesses. Three candidates' were Introduced: Mrs. Clara Erlckson, St. Benedict, Rita Faye Foley, and Virginia Walley. Herman Studer and Albert Merriam, accompanied by Jimmie Matern and Ben Studer, Wesley, attended a purebred Berkshire hog sale at Thornton, Wednesday. They report ,that hogs sold for as high as ?200 each. Erlck Erlckson was ill last week SHINING IDEAS (ROM PARIS in Yes! They're just' $3 to $4 No heels or toes! Pleated! Punched! Pintucked! Positively gorgeous! Guaranteed as advertised in Good Housekeeping! and unable to be at his service station. Cecil Nail has been driving the oil truck during the former's Illness. Mrs. Earl Palmer and daughter Connie, of Duncan, visited laat week with her parents, Dn and Mrs. Claude Stull. Members of the Albert Merriam family were 111 last week with the flu. M home. Mrs. Kennedy s condition . so much improved that she is able with . In his earlier days he waa lockep system- Mr . He fti Is install- i _c A\._ »«l« An l VAm*^ tnv . - . . ... to be up some every day. Mrs. Til- a member of the school hoard for He Loebig had cared for Mrs. Ken- many years. He served six years nedy since the latter suffered a. 33 ma yor during various terms as stroke four weeks ago. Last week an appointee and elective. He was Mrs. Loebig helped the Bert Putz- a l so manager of the Corwlth Ship- stucks move to a farm they bought ping association for many years. near Lu Verne. Joy for .Former Wcsleyan— A,boy was born d , ^ rememb ered as a mem- £ n £ Ue bulldl committfie at He became a member of the Methodist church In his youth and enrolled in the local church on M,. „„,! M ™ rn b- w ,1 „ March 28, 1915, under the pastorate Mr. and Mrs. Edw Cink, Woden, f , R Thomas Cole . He S6 rv- at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Cink, d j m Ul the church the former Gladys Haverly, is a laughter of Henry Haverly. The 3inks have one other child, Donna tfae, who got lye in her mouth and throat last fall and has suffered considerably since. Farewell for the Kents— Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kent were ?iven a farewell party at cards by 35 neighbors at their home Man- h , th ent waa Funeral services were ing a locker system in Corwith. After a short business session, the meeting was adjourne'l. Corwlth Families on Move— Several families are moving. The Vern Mays moved to the farm vacated by the George Jesses, who moved to a farm close to Wesley. Jean Foley and family have moved to -Woden, and the Harvey En- fields have moved to the farm vacated by the Foleys. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grandgenett will farm the place vacated by the Enfflelds. The dmiraJtofr COSTLJ/V\e THE MYSTERY TWIST WEAVE Aladdin's lamp performed no ; greater magic than our Mystery Twist weave—the secret- process hosiery of utter luxury \ and Vauty. They are run- resistant and stretch t<? lit And you swing into this blouse top, circular skirt dress with crushed leather belt. 79c to S1.OO Leonard Mullins family will move'ss held to the farm vacated by the George S3 Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the j Evans Sr. family. The Frank Methodist church, with the Rev. Karl G. Hiller In charge. Music was furnished by a male Rockwoods will farm the place vacated by the Mullins family. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rockwood will ou iieiguuors at uieir uuiuu mum- •»—„ " j m . T „„„ „«/! day evening. The Kent* have weH, .Emory and Terry. Long, and quartet consisting of Harry Cald-; move to town, and their place will moved to theSpangler farm, south Albert Rust, with Mrs of Wesley, vacated by the Arthur Caldwell accompanist, Livingstons. Beulah The Rev. A. Rust, of the Baptist church, sang a solo. Pallbearers were J. W. Walker, John Carlson, Edw. Ends Visit In Wisconsin- Mrs. I. A. Eisenbacher got home . last week Monday from a month in the Hanford hotel, ^Mason City, last arrived for an extended visit Mrs. Julius Wisconsin with her daughter, Mra week Tuesday evening. Richard (Rosina) Hammond, Fort] Mrs. John Anderson Atkipson, other relatives, and Thursday friends at Milwaukee and other points. be farmed by John Mulllns, who purshased the farm. Observes 07th Birthday— A. A. Johnson, Corwith's oldest citizen, celebrated his 97th birthday Friday, February 24, at his home here. Part of the day was H. S. Boys Win Two Games— The high school basketball boys have won their first two games in the "sectional at Llvermore. Wednesday evening they defeated Rodman, 30-24; and Thursday evening they downed Ottosen, 4727, _ Edw. Loeblgs 30 Tears Old- Air, and Mrs. Edw. Loebig observed their 31st wedding anniversary Thursday. Mrs. Loebig will entertain her bridge club this eek Thursday. Home from Stay In Alabama- Frances, daughter of Mr. and Urs. John Roadinger, has returned rom Alabama, where she went arly in December with the Emmet aetz family. Other Wesley News, Margaret Flom, Exlra, came home week ago Friday for that week- nd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ualvor Plop Jr. took her to Cylinder Sunday, and she met a party there with which 9he returned to Exlra. Mrs. Julius Kunz entertained her jdge cluh Thursday. Mrs. L, I* a$e will . entertain next. Mrs. Waljaee Benton was hostess to the Melodist M«J Wednesday. Ruth. Haverly is now employed at the Qharles Krause home. Dor- otby Kraus weot to Chicago a w«9fe.agq Friday night to vtelt friends two weeks, Qa.yle St^Aer started work on "J'|«r Claude 'Seeley, seven nprtheajji of. ^Igona. Oayle 1 J. L. with her daughter, Kunz. The Good Will Circle of the Methodist Aid cleared $10 on * bake sale a week ago Saturday. John Hutchison attended the funeral of his uncle, Charles, Hutchison, at Algona Sunday. Roman Roth, Elgin, Neb., arrived] one day last week to begin work at, the Wm. 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