Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1939
Page 5
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KOSSUTM COUNTY APVANCfi. ALQ0KA, I-L»* iP I'* I XKD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4-5 "TOPPER" AGAIN JOHN Co-Hit TRENT In "MYSTERY PLANE" Mildred Dole, Irvlngton, was em-Uy given for nobert Sigsbeo, bfoth- «rm, l wcek at Suptl and Ml " s '! er of Harlan. Harlan and Robert William Shirley's. Opal Oonnn, Elmhurst, for a r«. no -. r ParentSp Mr ' " a arc sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 111., Slgsbee, who formerly lived here. •. nnd Mrs. Drennan Mathes, of - s - ennan aes, and Mrs ' i Cedar Rapids, were guests thurs- w, „ i da y nl e ht o£ the latter'e parents a. Basic l-ngler, Arnolds Park, Mr. and Mrs; William Shackelford. was here Wednesday. She had just Drennan travels for the Contl- 1 ' 0 " 1 th '-' THROUGH SATURDAY, APRIL 6-8 *sr "=»uttj,. one IUWL jusii urennan travels ror tne uonti- the winter in Plor- 1 nental Coffee company, and his ._.. ^, u>in . B o. Mrs. Engler is a' wife is the former Gail ShackeK former county recorder here. ; ford. ' JIM. H. iv. Anderson brought. Twenty men attended a Sover- ner Husband home from Rochester elgn Service K. & H. Oil men's rhuraday, after he had been a meeting at the Algona hotel meuical patient there ten days. Mr. Wednesday evening. A business ^nuerson is in local telephone em- session preceded an 11 p. m. din- p ??• ,, ner. Towns represented were Hurt, Jirs. frank Skilllng Is suffering Bancroft.Wesley, Titonka, Corwlth, from Infection in the right eye. She 1 and Algona. took a lid off a kitchen range a! Mrs. Arthur Prlebe, Lone Rook, week ago Sunday evening, and a! with her son Dennlfl, and , Mrs. spark from a wood fire flew into Veryl Smidt, Sexton, were Wednes- tne eye. j day even ( ng dinner guests at E. R. sir. and Mrs. R. p. Norton, Ber- DeLano's. The women's husbands Hj a Wel ". Bancoft, office girl atiatteded a Mid-Continent Oil meet- tnc Norton machine works, and | ing at the Hotel Hanford, Mason Mrs. Richard Norton spent Thurs- City, that' evening. • ; ay at Waterloo on a business mis- IJtit.termaker I. L. Seeman at- lon. came Saturday for a few .days with Meien Corey. 1?he girls were college claosniates at the I. 8. T, p,j Cedar Palls, arid Mtsri Case noV teaches, in the grades at Marshall- 1 town. She will be ,a guest this evening of the local Beta Sigma Phi sorority club, of which she 1 was state president two years ago. Mrs. Gertrude Splllcs, of Whittemore, mother of Leo Spllles, of the Kohlhaas & Spilles hardware here, had an operation at Rochester last week Tuesday for cataract, and it was considered a success. Mrs. Spilles, who is 71, lives with her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Polrot. A previous cataract operation on the other eye failed, after a time. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren go back Wednesday from their winter at San Antonio, and Mrs. Ogren who has been in poor health, is re ported "holding her own." 'He; daughter, Mrs. R. L. Williams, wif of a Lakota doctor, came again Monday for a few days with he while Ellen Carlson, Mrs. Ogren' nurse, goes to Rochester with Mrs Sally Krantx. Mrs. Krantz, mothe of Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, will g through the Mayo clinic. ' Five local churches — Methodis Baptist, Presibyterian, Congrega tional, First Lutheran—will tak part in. a Good Friday service i tended a State Brand meeting at •Kenneth Lynk, who, attends a'Mason- City Thursday. 'Some 70 iollege In Idaho, is spending the' creameries, all members of i the Caster vacation with his parents,! State Brand association, were repm: and Mrs. Louis Lynk. He was resented. There will be a national graduated from school last year. the local high', convention April 11-12 at the'Han- •"""• '«»• .rear. j ford hotel, Mason City. i , Dick" Norton, freshman at the' Mrs. Hernard Yeoman came home state university, will come Wednes-, Sunday from Fort Dodge, where day or Thursday for the Easter va- she had spent three weeks with her cation with his parents, Mr. and] parents Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Hudson. Mrs. M. G. Norton. Bob Dewel is Mr. Yeoman also brought home the expected tomorrow. i two children, Richard and David The Itav. and Mrs. E. J. Strong, who had for some time been with with their sons and Maretta and the grandparents. . Lucille Gunder, drove to Des I Mildred Rich, of the -W. C. Dewel Moines Wednesday to attend a mid- home, Mrs. B. year Christian workers convention. Heller, R. N., They returned Friday. " Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cald'well and the daughter Maxine got home Fri- ode. The house vacated by the Juttone'; (where the Lighters are ow) Is, owned by George Ben- ehoter. i The Duttons have moved o 312 south Sample. Mr. Lighter, vho formerly managed a lumber ompany at Bode, manages the Miler yard here. A. L. Greenfield, of Sexton, has ought the gas station on No. 160 west of Irvington from E. 3. Van Ness, and Is now in possession. tfrs. Greenfield and the daughter 3dlth are also quartered at the tatlon. The ground is rented from he county, and the Greenfields Mrs. Mrs Mrs. . : . . . . - -. ..- -. , • •. - •:••••• « Bailey is Florice, daughter of i Bailey* have two daughters, on* Ida Minkler and sister of in high school, the other in junior H. D.- Hutchins here. The college. mve an acre. Sexton many They had lived at years, and Miss Hundreds of Hats to choose from, making it easy to pick first the hat you need. Hats for all ages in this complete stock. Choose now. JJnl l« *" . ** \JI\J\J\A *• * *«**,r «^» i •«** ~~ the Methodist'church Friday after noon, 2 to 3. The' program will in elude a prelude, Vision; Offertory Good . .Friday Spell; . Postlud Chorus Magnus. A vocal duet, Lov Divine, will be given by Mrs. A. E Michel and Mrs. V. K. Rising. Th Rev. David R. Martin, Congregational pastor, will deliver the sermon.' The Clinton Lighters moved yesterday from the Jos. Wi Wadsworth house, to 710 eastj McGregor. .Mr. and Mrs., Long, Cherokee, with ,a daughter of, high school age, are moving into the Wadsworth house. Greenfield had for ten years, more or less, been Sexton correspondent for the Advance, then for both Al- ;ona papers. Mrs. Herman Wise has succeeded Miss Greenfield as Sexton correspondent. After many years of taking the Advance, W. H. Bailey, Cedar Rapids, has ordered it discontinued, explaining that the names now appearing in the paper are unfamiliar to him and Mrs. Bailey. W. H., son of Frank Bailey, Fenton, was for some years a County Savings bank employe here. Since he moved to Cedar Rapids he has held a responsible position in the Northwestern Mutual Life offices there. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE A going business in Algona, well-located in good brick building with low rent. Owner will sell at bargain. Make offers. : day, after the winter months at San Antonio. They left before a heat spell. The high temperature there Sunday was 98. A. Thorpe, Viola ,.v. ..., and Mrs.: Harvey j Lareen, the; former Mildred Bran- | dow, drove to Fort Dodge Monday J morning ,to .bring up Christine Sanders, w f ho is conducting th? Ad-'. vance '• cooking,' school. Mr.' Long operates Beautifully made, hand detailed hats, which look worth much more! $1.98 $2.98 Pennington and El Rita Hats at $4.95 to $5.95 MORE THAN THE LOWEST PRICED CARS AND GET A Pontiac Robert, son of Mr. and (Mrs. ..«. c ouiiuaj was :>o. • Herschel Thompson, accompanied! Jcitncttc Sterling is spending this his uncle, A. L. Allen, '• to • Des week with her sister Helen, who is Moines Friday for a week's vaca- in Metropolitan Life employ at tion. Robert is taking a post-grad- Fort Dodge. Jeanefcte, daughter of uate course in the local schools, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling, is a and Mr. Allen is supervisor here sophomore in- high school. <, I for' the Central Life, Des Moines. Services will'be held' on Good Tony Wleste, who formerly own- Friday, 1 to 3 .p. m,, at the St. ed the Diagonal suburban grocery, Thomas church in commemoration returned Thursday from Minnesota' of the hours Christ hung on the to get his household belongings,! cross. The Rev. A. Linnell Schrock stored at John Lamuth's. : He ; sold will conduct meditations. I the store to Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom, John Bishop will come tomorrow, who is running it. The Wiestes for a vacation with his parents, have rented a farm near Melrose, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. He is Minn. a. junior in liberal arts at the uni-l Mrs. A. H, Stock, the former Mrs. versity. His sister Ruth, teacher, J- Clyde Smith, arrived Thursday at Iowa City, came Saturday. I from Marysville, Wash., and 'will Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson are occupy her home here for a time, parents of a boy, Charles Emil,' The Wallace Hardgroves, who have born Friday, the first child. Mrs. > been living there, will move April Johnson was Alice Weise before 10. Mr. Hardgrove is employed at the Wilson bakery, return alter. Dr. anil Mrs. F. marriage, and Mr. Johnson is employed at an oil station, here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Johnson were at Mr. Stock will '; * . i Earl Burgess, „ with Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and Mrs. Fort Dodge Friday, attending a W. A. Foster, drove to Emmtesburg Dutch Boy painters' banquet and last week Tuesday. Doctor Bur- THE \ I demonstration at the Hotel Warden. The men are local painters. Tmclda Dooley, deputy county gess made up Rotary attendance there, and in the afternoon the party, inspected .interior remodel- WGIMEWNG STANDOUT OKNERAL"MO-TONS TERMS TO «OIT YOUN PURSE recorder, is recovering" from a, ing. of the Emmetsburg Methodist sprained right ankle suffered two church auditorium. „„„,„,_ weeks ago when she dipped on a Mrs. G. C. Yeoman, Maquoketa, waxed floor at home. She has been was here last week visiting \^ on the job daily, despite the injury.; daughter Adra and Mrs. Yeoman, s 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dobson. with father, Mr. Beckwith Adra wen their baby daughter, went to Des, to Maquoketa with her mothe. i Mo nes yesterday, and Mrs. Dobson | Saturday and is spending this week is taking x-ray treatments there. I there. She is a clerk for Principal is.taxing x ray ireni _ _ ^ _ MoDoweUj . o j tne hlgh sc hool, and also does work at the Bryant. j Frank Ernst and his daughter Ruby were Sunday ', guests ,of the daughter, Mrs. Albert Hagg; Theyj attended confirmation exercises for Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs, Al bert Hagg, at the Trinity Lutherai church, and also helped celebrate the 'sixth birthday of Lavonne Hagg, whose birthday is today. They expected to be back Wednes- I day. Mr. Dobson is an executive at , Greenberg came, home Saturday for a short vacation with -- ' Joseph Isabel is I Swift's. Harry his parents, Mr Greenberg, and and Mrs. his Will VUH»*i tw«-«,..— .-. sophomore at the university, Isahel a senior. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Rice, the lat' KLASSIE MOTOR CO., ALGONA I ter's mother, Mrs. Ethy'ln Banker, and Mr. and Mrs. Ly Roland, Wyo., spent Minneapolis. Mr. Rice is a local baker, and Mr. Banker is employed KRESENSKY Flower trimmed veiled sailor. Felt swagger, self-trimmed. Pancake beret flower t r im- med. Off - the-face, -shirred • bonnet. STRAW FELT FABRIC RIBBON KRESENSKY'S Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, of u Banker, of , Whittemore, with the daughters Tuesday at Zita Duffy, Los Angeles, and Alice Duffy, Mason City, were Friday of the son, County J. Duffy, and his TUES.-WEDNES., APR. 4-5 Continuous from 1 O'clock LETDS nTomme^niTg-rTo'se'ph'"and"Ab- 1 were" Thursday evening guests o rsS '"* pom ° er ™' srtffs-par-ssss FrlSteSSfu "W <"1<«« 1 «' son «r. e i.l=M. Mr. P.dm.n ro™ sr Si p ^= i tssw 2MSS- v"'S H^-^^^'at^ws^r^ rdain three Lakota youths in the ( Wallace. \ Dr« ftnd (4£ >v 'r *»-v— there. Mrs. Miner is 83. James IHsliop and at ' ~ ,81 B- auto license examiner .-. ^ stationed here, and Mr. Greenwood Special Purchase Sale of EASTER GOATS 50 new coats, including garments from our own stock, Fitted styles, loose styles, and straight models in navy, black > roseberry and mixtures, "Just in time for your spring wear. Sizes 9 to 20 and 38 to 46. i ' $10 9S THURS.-FRL, Apr. 6 and Bargain Thurs. Mat, 16c Mrs."4GO ..Meet the Mob! Plus Edgar Kennedy i Comedy j News »na "Paffy Doc" SATURDAY, APRIL 8 FAY IDA : BWNTER.IUPINO U. iowmon • Henry Arm.Ha Plus Henry Busse's Band Fine swing number "HOME CHEAP HOME" SUN.-MONDAY, APR. 9-10 Other coats at $5.05, $7.95, and $17.95 FrSnont county engineer. Mae Case. MarshalUown. Meet Easter at Your Best "THEY DO THINGS FOR YQUI UGS" JHcic arc exciting new cosmetic ao^ costume shades to t»pvt4e new Easter make-up fpr your legs. Our Rollins . ._ for bea W tywi* economy

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