Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 19
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NSINESS IllECTORY QUEEN ESTHER GIRLS.CORWITH, SPONSOR MOVIE CorWlth, Apr. 3—The Queen Esthete met last week Monday evening at Dorla Beer's, 13 members attending. Harriet Oxley had charge Of the lesson, a review of the first three chapters of Matthew. Final _.., ItBloot details were planned for a benefit ls beln s taken in this project, and movie sponsored by the organlza- (io signatures have already been Lion for March 28-29, the picture obtained. A map of the four town- heing The Valley of the Giants. A! shl ns IH being made, and other ,sig- potluck eupper was served, after j natures will bo sought. Electricity which the members worked on a wns turned on a line in east Port- A new member, Marilyn! lllml early this week. H. W. MHler Algona, Iowa. Bldg. 460-W. Algona, Iowa Attorneys-at-Law & 261 ' ,, Kossuth Mut. Ins. bldg, "Algona, Iowa. Attorneys-at-Law arrington 287 j. D. Lowe R. J. H. 440 Lawyers Bice in new Heise block 213 V Algona, Iowa IShumway lUDIWAT & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building D. Kelly Algona, Iowa LA.WINKEL Coonty Attorney Attorney-at-Law building 1 Phone 18' KOSSUTH COtJNTY ADVANCfi. ALQONAj PAGE EXTENSION DISCUSSED AT 4-TOWNSHtP MEETING AT BURT • Burt, Apr. 3—A large crowd attended a meeting at the school- House last week Tuesday evening at which extension of an R. E A high lino in Hurt, Portland, Ramsey, and Greenwood townships was discussed, John H. Scoltock, superintendent of the Humbotft county rural electric 'co-op,' explained the by-laws and constitution of the company. Much interest Gouge, attended.' Next month's! meeting will be at Evelyn Weber's, j Call on Mason City 1'atlcnt— : I Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler droop to Woolstock shower— (Jr., Mrs. Jnmes Christiansen, the the way home to Frazeo. Minn., from Excelsior Spring, Mo., where he had been taking medical treatment. Mrs. Freda Bauman, Middle Lake, Sask., who had spent the winter here with her sister,. Mrs. Lydia Koestler, left Tuesday for Burley, Ida., to visit another sister. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Webb, who had been living with Mrs. Webb's parents a few months, have gone to Missouri, where Mr. Webb has work. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Patterson left Thursday for a week-end visit with the sons Wendell, Chicago, and Gardner, Ann Arbor, Mich. ALL LEDYARD TEACHERS ARE NAMED AGAIN Ledyard, Apr. 3— The school board met last week Monday evening and re-elected the present faculty, all with small salary raises. Next year will be Mr. Granner's tenth year here and his third as superintendent. This is a consolidated school, with a fine brick building standing on high ground and visible for miles around. Methodist Aid to Meet— The Methodist Aid will meet- in the church basement this week Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans, Ilob- ! '^tier's baby, and Mrs. Lydia Koest-l hostess. erta Masterson,. John Evans, and' 10 ' 1 went to Maon City Friday to Thirty persons attended a young the Glen Barracks family attended, vlslt Mra. Clifford Krantz, who Is a pre-nuptlal shower .last week m a hospital there. Mrs. Krantz Monday evening at the Fred Frakes gave Dlrtl1 'ast week Sunday to a home, .Woolstock, for Beatrice Stil-i daughter which died next day, and well, Webster pity, and Marlon was buried last week Tuesday at Seatnonds; Woolstock, who were T| t°nka, the Rev. L. Richmann con- married Wednesday and are living, ducting a service at the grave. The Lutheran Walther League Thursday for a potluck lunch. Wo- met Tuesday evening, with Ruby j men attending are to take their Kueck and Helen May Hanna at Webster City. Methodist Men Have Party— Thirty Methodist men attended a party at the church Wednesday pound evening. A Mr. Clark, highway pat- First Child for Mays— A seven and one-halt Molnh 16 ^ » W M b( *!i n « Sat " rda y''j rolman, sliowed moving pictures of Mnv Thi hah' ,if n >i ^ R °u bert sate and dangerous methods of May. Thejiaby, the first, has been! driving. The Rev. Geo. H. Weasel May was! spoke on the Mosaic law, and F. a ™ ed ° naDan> formerly Dorothy Dean. Mrs. Charles Thompson Is caring mother and child. for L. llyerson conducted a Bible quiz. L. E. Roetman, M. M. Chipman, and P. L. Ryerson wcVe entertaining Southern rowans Wed Here— ! C ° mm l GC ' ' A wedding 'March 25 at the La-1 Miss Wnruer F,osos Niece— mon Sanders home was that of! Mattie Warner received word Alan Brown and Freda Warder, of last week Tuesday of the death of as own dishes. Mrs. D. A. Link and Mrs. Halvorson will be hosntesses. v Mesdames Sprout, Anderson, and married people's party at" the : Plngle will furnish a bake sale. Presbyterian church evening. Wednesday! The Rev. Mr. Hammer will ' devotions. lead 'Mrs. Philip Puffer, Corwith, and her eon spent a few days last week' with Mrs. Puffer's sister, Mrs. Geo. Seven to Music Contcst^- Mrs. E. T. Halvorson and Tilmer, Manus. Raymond Mrs. 0. C. Sprout, Mrs. Martha, district school contest to Hurt last <i..uf. *»_. *-, T. »*^-_.., ,,. „ „week Tuesday evening for practice. Teacher Week-Ends in City- Dorothy Stoffel, Home Economics teacher here, left Friday night for Chicago for a Saturday and Sunday visit at Stanley Womer's. Gable, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. Wm. Garry, and Geneva Gelhaus, attended the sub-district school mute contest at Burt Thursday and Friday. Sena Isebrnnd is Uflde— Mrs. J. .McDonald has received announcement at the marrige of Sena Isebrand to Floyd McGregor, Armstrong, Wednesday, March 15. The bride worked for several years at the McDoald home. Homes to be Modernized— Remodeling has been begun on the George Looft and the George Thompson homes. At both places basements are being dug and bathrooms and furnaces will be istall- ed. Musicians Practice at Bart- Edith Reaney took music students who were to enter the sub- oi)i«r Ledyard News. The Clifton Eugelbys, Forest City, spent Thursday at Olaf Engelby's. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger, Lakotn, spent the afternoon at their daughter Mrs. Edward Knoner's. Arthur Hinberg, Lakota, spent last week Sunday at the Chris ,Gelhaus home, visiting, his brother Ben employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack drove to Lone Rock last week Monday ev- eing to attend a concert given by the Dubuque university a capella choir. Last week Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Brack attended a din- ner at the parental Lewis home, Lakota, honoring the birthday of MrsJHugh Lewis. The Arthur Murrays, Bancroft, visited the J. McDonalds last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Plngle visited Mrs. Pingle's mother, Mra, Margaret Looft, at Swea City, Wed- ensday afternoon. Mary Erlcksori, sister of the late Mrs. Barnes, called on Mr. Barnes last week Monday, on her way from St. Paul, where she had visited her father, to Esthervllle. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner spent Wednesday at their sons Leonard Warner's and at Gerald's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon, of Des Moines, recently visited Doctor McNerney and his mother.. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus 1 , • daughter, Luetta, and Mrs. Laurence Mayne, were at Fairmont Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack droviB to Estherville Thursday on a business mission. Vogel and I City last week Thesday. Gerald' Mrs. E. C. Schwietert was hos- Brase attended a sale at Webster : tess to the Lutheran Aid Thursday. southern Iowa, who were attended Mrs. Ralph by'Mr. and Mrs. Lester Yearian, Poula, Calif. Richardson, Santa . Mr. Richardson is the Rev. Karl W. G. Hiller offiei- Miss Warner's nephew. MLss War- ating. . ner and Miss Whitney spent the nt.ii.i~... vuu'ci i Tr ii. winter with the Ricliardsons a year 01 ™ V 'I 11 Sl £ k Mot * cr — I ago, and the Richardsons visited Silas Escher, Pine River, Minn., here last slimmer came Thursday for Friday with his mother, Mrs. Jos. Escher, who is seriously sick at her'daughter Mrs. Lydia Skelly's. He brought- a sister, Mrs. Jack Sheahan, of Mason City. Pastor, Choir to Goldfleld— Mnny-llcnr Dnbuquc Choir— A 1'arge delegation of Burt people attended the concert given by the Dubuque university a capella choir at Lone Rock last week Monday evening. Some members of the choir were entertained here. HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison building [•206, Algona, Iowa P.A.DANSON Attorney-at-Law . over Iowa State Bank Office, 460-J.; Res. 315 JCHISOJT (deceased) ONALD C. HUTCHISON BEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law icurity State bank bldg. The Rev> Karl W. G. Hiller spoke at the Goldfield Methodist! Son for Win. Giddings Family- church Wednesday evening, andl A son was born Tuesday to Mr. the ; 'choir here sang two special' ancl Mrs. William Giddings at the numbers. ' j G. C. Giddings home. Mrs. Jay Grover, Algona, is caring for mother and babe. Enters Veterans' Hospital- Shelby Stephens has entered the veterans' hospital at Des Moines. He was accompanied to Des Moines by the Charles Erlcksons. Other Corwith News. B. A. Ross has a new Ford V-8; A. R. Gardiner, a new Chevrolet. >-Mr. and Mrs. J. Francis Kee drove to Alburnett for last weekend with relatives, and were accompanied by Wendall Woodbury, who visited John Stull, student at Algona, Iowa i the state university. Oflior Hurt NewsL Banker and Mrs.'H. E. Rachut, with the daughter Mary Je'an, were | Mason City visitor Wednesday.) The Rachuts attended services Sunday at Mallard in which'a niece of Mr. Rachut was confirmed. Glenn Anderson had a call Wednesday from his father, who was on, I Erickson drove to Mason City last Wednesday to visit Mrs. Erickson, patient at Mercy hospital- AURICE C. McMAlION Attorney-at-Law I Office in Heise bldg. 1325 Algona, Iowa DOCTOBS JOHN S. KENEFICK •Physician and Surgeon over Rexall Drug Store.'.. | phone 300 .Res.' phone 326 |H. CBETZMEYEB, M. I). [Surgeon and Physician Ice John Galbraith 'block 1144-310 Algona, Iowa I KELVIN G. BOURNE |Physlcian and Surgeon -' Phones: jflce, 197; residence. 194 DENTISTS DB.H.M. OLSON Dentist i in New Call Theatre bldg, Business, 166; ree., 788 Algona, Iowa . ; 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Duckett, re-| Margaret Hanbury, Angela Hig- turned Thursday from a trip to gins, and Mrs. Lorena Robinson, Westgate and Des Moines. They i local teachers, were visitors at Des visited Mrs. Duckett's sister and Moines Saturday. lUflLLPflPER PLIES s FOR FLOORS FURNITURE WOODWORK ^LINOLEUM AFE, carefree floors are yours with "61" Quick Drying Floor Varnish. 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