Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1939 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 25, 1939
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K083UTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA. IOWA Mere are a few samples of our current bargains. performance balanced against Price. »8« rontlac 2-door .. ,. acr Sedan. Ton will drive 8 • When yon drive Mils , «ny snccdometer, and good n more. «*"« »" many mor. . hound's $395 '- ..... — > STUFLIGK RITES MOHDAYMORNING AT CHURCH HERE St. Benedict Pioneer Passes Friday in 86th Year. Funeral services were conducted Monday morning at St. Cecel- Arba Dec Middlckanff, Hugh Col'well. Lea Deal and Mrs. Dick Sortinsea accompanied Mr. and Mra Robert Slmonsen, Graettm- ger, to Des Moines Friday. Mr. Sinnnaen went on a business mission. Mrs. Sorensen and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. tended a Fuller brush branch sales meeting at the Cerro Gordo hotel, Mason City, Saturday evening. Until Dickinson-Hunter and her brother, Call Dickinson, both Des Moines, were week-end .g at the L. J. Dickinson home. of taking a business course at Lea Ltliviiif5 » *J v«j •»•.—•-• — - - | ^jj jLnt f f |»J • •*> *f* HUB'^JiU) T> i (.1*. *«-u» Hamilton business college, Mason ^ aug j lter p a tty, returned to their City, spent the week-end here with ho ,i e at st Charles, Minn., Sun- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. da y| a ;t er t en (j ay8 w jth the form Long, and her young son Charles. '• er>e Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pooch,' an c i,a«. «*»•« *,« ~. ---- ------ , «..- ---- ------ ~ - ^ -- , with two sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Goiid. Mr. Bradfield is manager cnson ome. w , . . . . . rinntrhtpr nf Mr and Alphonse Berte, Bode, were Friday o f i Botsford lumberyard. ,. daughter of Mi .ana ' A]bert Hagg ' S . , nt|lcp A hmann, Gerald 1986 Chevrolet, Sedan, dark grey finish, heater, defrost- la's church for Dominic Stuflick, •ho died Friday afternoon at his ome. The Rev. Father Mallingcr fficiated, and burial was in the t. Benedict cemetery, where a son oseph and Dominic's wife are buried. The cause of death was old age and complications. Mr. Stuflick was born at Croghan, N. Y., July 8, 1853, and he vats married there July 4, 1879. In 1833 he and his wife came to Iowa with a couple named Decker, and he two families settled on farms near Corwith. In 1884 the Stuf- Rirunt-Olson Co * EaSVTer Think of ELECTRIC r Mrs. Emll Hagg, Adel, spent a few days here last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Clara Hagg. Mnry Elizabeth Foster, music teacher in the Primghar schools, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Editor and Mrs. Louis J. Elbert, evening guests at Albert Hagg's. Mr. Pooch and Mrs. Berte are farmers, and Mr. Hagg is a paint- PAGfl Simonsen are sisters, and Erma is their niece. Mrs. Wayne Bradfield, with her IOWA TUESDAY- WEDNES. APRIL 25 - 26 mother, Mrs. Julia Benson, the latter's daughter, Phyllis 1'atlier Ahmann, Gerald Frank!, and Rosanne Holtzbauer were the gunsts of the Rotary club yesterr da; r noon, and the academy pupils er. da; r noon, ana tne acaaemy PUIJII» 3Fr. and Mrs. James Collins, of gaVe selections with which they Emmetsburg, tw6 children, Mr.' wdn honors in oratorical and de- and Mrs L L. Lease, Wesley, two clsmatory diocesan tournaments, children, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Hearty and prolonged applause re, R „„ sanborn, with two children, warded their presentations. thp PocahontaG, visited relatives and • • , KUe8te a t T. L. Lar-1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Hutchi„ . , . r.—.j-.. Ml . Elbert ™°',= J ° \aon, with the daughters Joan and Pocahontas 8 ° Mr ' all( , 3frSi Fred Dorseyi Led- Nancy, were last week Sunday yard, with their small eon, and gtests of Mrs. 'Hutchison's sister, Mansmith, of Bancroft, M-s. F. T. Carroll, De& Mpines, and 2—ACE HITS—2 RACING AND ROMANCE...FUN AND FURY ...RIGHT UP TO THE PHOTO FINISH1 friends here Sunday. Mr. Elbert is. publisher of the Democrat. Antoinette Bonnstetter, school nurse, attended a convenaion of nurses in public employ and so- MrS. ^. A. mHII»lllll.ll, ui 4_.cn'v "*"» -•*• ~« - • -• > - • were guests Friday at L. W. Gil-, the women's father, Frank Schulze, Mrs. C idar Rapids, was also there. Mr. nurses in public employ ana HO- i^pie's. Mrs. Uorsey ana mrs. oeuar nuvivn, V»U,D o,. DU i.u<yv.. . cial service Moday and Tuesday at omespie are daughters of Mrs., S{hulze returned recently from TW.,, -ta^in^o -.r in. I winter vacation in California. Des Moines. Mrs. Xcal Smith's Leona'was home for the week-end and 'brought with her two pupils. She teaches primary at Dakota Mansmith. daughter! Era Nielsen, iirnsilr_An f\ ' who had been licks moved to a farm near St.' City (Humboldt). Benedict, and they lived there till I Mrs. E. E. Douglas, with her son .!,„.. _.,,...j ._ AI 25 years Teddy, will go to Des Moines Wednesday for a visit till Sunday they retired to Algona Mr. and Mrs. Stuflick celebrated! with Mr. "and Mrs. ~E. L. their golden wedding in the year parents of Mrs. Douglas.^ Tyler, housegirl a year for Mrs. M. J. j tl Streit, left ' Wednesday for her , a inter vacation in California. Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Chubb, with eir son 'Jimmy, have moved from south Jones house to Mrs. C, F. otieit. ieit vveuuuauuj AW» "-• . «- "" • . home at Coeur d'Alene, Ida. Miss, Lathrop's apartment on east State Nielsen's mother has been in poor j s reel, but are there only tempor- heath and needs her daughter's' a :-ily, while Mrs. Chubb's mother, Mary Quinn, is on a nursing assistance. his of Kossuth's Diamond Jubilee. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Larson, of Mrs. Stuflick died March 6, 1935. Ayrshire, are parents of twin A sister, Mrs. Henry Slack, of j daughters, born Saturday morning, Lowville, N. Y., survives; also each weighing five pounds. Mr. of Hr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson, i cise. Peter is employed by with their daughter Charlotte, and f ither, C. E. Chubb, well known Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Norton, with surveyor. »».!,„ their daughter Miriam, were week-' Mr. and Mrs. Drennan Mathes end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. ^edar Rapids, were overnight Morrow at Audubon. Mrs. Morrow - 1 -— •«»—-— -' «- -«•' Mi-is Mr. Norton's sister. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Doherty, with her baby son Jimmy, returned three children; 'Mrs. August Har-j Larson, a farmer, is a brother ig and Mrs. Marcella Erdman, T. L. here. >•"••• •"•• •• —r~"of vniienn both of Algona, and Charles, Lu Mr. and Mrs. Gail Pettit left) Sunday from two weeks at Vllisca Verne. Mrs. Harig and her hus-l Thursday for Minnesota, where: with the former s parents. Mi .ana band moved here from the home they are looking after farming in- Mrs. F. L. Means. Mr. Doheity, farm at St. Benedict two years i terests. It is not certain whether who travels for the Hem-! ago to keep house for Mrs. Harig's they will stop here on their return pany, went after them. ... ._.„ i_ m «« Tim IfJVV. lltlfl guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. . F. Shackelford, parents of Mrs. Mathes. Mr. Mathes still travels f|or the Continental Coffee Co., and his route was to bring him in this direction as far as Mason City, so ,<;, „, his wife accompanied him and they com- iame on for a brief visit In the old home town. ...or the blood- bay of that of hell! ®m as cut, {trip" to Texas. Mr. Stuflick had been seriously i aiayor Lelghtoji father. ILUUJt^ LW " Uf Te te. and Mrs. R. A. Bur-! 1 Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and r. u c a een sro Misbach went rows, .Sioux City^"f^^f S g A 6 ^SSr'a sick only four weeks. Before that, to Des Moines Saturday to attend last week. fuesday i 1U Friday of Mrs A O. bo^e he drove his own car, visited the, a reserve officers meeting Satur-Mis. Bui i ows Parents, ^. farm frequently, and was seen da y and Sunday. .P. A..Danson and, Mr»• J-^ Wi ^ht Mr. Buri^ws W s S i at tenow, Iowa Falls, practically every day down town. Lt. Hardman Bancroft, also at- still Pasto,of the hUa bioux y ART JABRETT AL ST. JOHN —in— "TRIGGER PALS" and Top 3 for all Western LONE RANGER SERIAL Seven of the son Joseph's children live at Fort Dodge. The Har- tended Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Barks, Orange I till 1 J VtJ Clt i- Ul L J-^UUf, V. J.'1»\J A J.t»» ^TB.M.B HIB» *..--- fc,» --,. f — igs have four children, and there I City, with their daughter Margaret are eight Erdman children and land son Bobby, ^were week-end four Erdman grandchildren. The' " "' ""' ™ HEATE Just think! . . . temperature ccr.- trolled hot water every hour of tho day .and night c; a cost that is ]er- than your pressrJ method of hec'.- ing water. Thai'.", -real economy! The convaiiier.cD . . . the comior! . . . the luxury ci having all ol tlia hot water you , want is the extra satisfaction that comes with every Monarch Electric Water Heater. Look into it today! Here's something you can't afford not to have. Sizes for every need. On Display at CITY HALL Charles Stuflicks have seven children and eight grandchildren. Algona Girl Honor Guest at 'U' Event Isabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. raeste o$ Dr. and Mrs. F. Earl .Burgess. Mr. Barks i» an insurance salesman. Mrs. Wallace Hardgrove is recovering from an appendicitis operation performed one day . last week at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. Hardgrove is employed at the Al- Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell, Early, with a daughter, wert: Su,i- .day dinner guests here of the R. R. Hutzells. Lawrence, a brother of R. R., is a teacher, and the local Mr. Hutzell is manager of the International Harvester shop 'here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmidt, Storm Lake, with their two children, were week-end guests of Mrs. Jos. Greenberg, was one i ,m.i cj« of 43 INTRODUCING The Delicious New Brand of Schwen's Famous ICE CREAM Ready-Packed ALL FLAVORS PINTS 15c QUARTS 29c Chocolate Vanilla Orange Sherbet Whitehouie Black Walwit Rainbow Maple Nut Buttered Pecan Pineapple Sherbet Fresh Strawberry Cherry-Nut Butter Brickie " Always Good and Good for You" Take Some Home Every Day from K.D.JAMES stw« jUi;- 4 - senior women at the state university honored at an annual good •will dinner last week. The young women had been selected as outstanding in their studies and achievements. The dinner was given by Emilie Stapp, Marie Stapp, and Dorothy Finkbine Souers. President Eugene A. Gihnore congratulated the young women on their accomplishments. Other speakers were Anna B. Ya'wther, Dubuque, member ol the state board of education; Jane Hart, representing the senior women; and Prof. John E. Briggs. ^ Algonian Wins in College Election Harold Banwart, son of Mr. and rs. George Banwart, Algona, hasi en elected president of the,Y. M. , A. at Dakota Wesleyan univors- j y Mitchell, S. D. He will serve ext year. Though only a fresh- an, Banwart defeated a youth | ho had for three years been rominent in Y. M. C. A. work. 'wo elections were required, tne rst resulting in a tie. In the sec- nd Ban-wart won, by 15 votes, 80 oting. The young man's father is city trucker here. Dr. J. H. Edge, former Algona Methodist pastor, is president of Dakota Wesleyan. _ Attend E. L. Rally Held at West Bend A group of eleven young people from the Methodist Epwort-h League attended a sub-district rally at West Bend Sunday afternoon and evening: Donald Jbhnson, Richt- ard and Joyce Potter, Andrew Phillips, Helen Murray. Eleanor, Thorpe, Joan Stephenson, Arlene Baldwin, Jean Stevens, Fern Stevens, Adeline Bilsborough. Drivers of cars were Albert Grooters, Mrs,_ Henry Phillips, Doctor Burgess, and George Johnson. N Algona Boy Makes Good as a Pitcher Upper Iowa~~Unlversity, Fayette ^pr. 24— In the ppening ball game of the season at Upper lowaj Davrell Riddle, Algona, Junior,' proved to be mainstay la Coach Dorman's pitching staff against Gustavus Adolphus. Both teams put up a fine exhibition of ball in spite of a cold, windy day, and Riddle exhibited a fine brand of skill The score was Upper Iowa Peacocks, 4; Gustavius Adolphus, 2. ^ _ _ Student Preacher is To Speak Here , Carl A Larfeon, student preacher from Augustana college, Rock f land, will preach at 9 o'clock next Sunday morning at the First He will also gona Bakery. Merlin and Eugenia Little and Kathryn Schoby went to Ames Sat urday for Science day at the State, yard. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. Schmidt is the former Marion McMahon, and her husband is manager of a lumber- college. Kathryn visited her broth. er Frank, student there, and the others visited friends. . Mayor Leiffhton Misbach, P. A. Danson, and Lieut, Hardman, the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henry are parents of their first child, a 7-lb. daughter, born Friday at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Henry is the former Leona 'Clark, daughter o JJanson, ana J-aeui, xaaiuuian, ""- •.".«•— - •- ---- _ --- ---• commanding officer of the C, C. C. Mr. and _Mrs. Paul^Clark, and the camp at Bancroft, attended an army reserve meeting at Des Moines Saturday and Sunday. . Clyde Cramer and Orville Wicks, of the local Arnold Motor Sup-ply branch, attended a sales meeting Henrys are farmers west of Al gona. Willis Colwcll, bookkeeper fo the Iowa Culvert & Pipe Co., wit Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Lowe, Jame:> at Mason -City Thursday' evening. Blakely, Doyle Johnson, Jeai Mertz, and Dorothy Day, all of Des Moines, were Sunday guests |'son Larry K.; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steiner, Fort Dodge. Mesdames Anderson, Nelson, Siatte- now, and Steiner are daughtavs of Mr. and Mrs. Sonerholm. John G. McDowell, high school principal, went to Ames Saturday to attend a schoolmasters conference, and he took a few high school pupils for Science day at SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, MAY 3 HUGH HERBERT, ZAZU PITTS, GEO. RAFT in "THE LADY'S FROM KENTUCKY" Second Feature JOHN HOWARD, in "BULL DOG DRUMMOND'S SECRET POLICE" the college. Mr. Arnold took an- other'load. Supt. 0. B. Laing went to Mount Vernon Saturday to attend a schoolmen's conference at Cornell college, and his name appeared on the discussion panel. i Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stewart plan to move May 1 to the Mrs. H. N. '; Mathes house on north Wooster. i They are now living at 21 east College street. Lillian Klinksiek and ' Margaret 'Dahlhauser, stenograph- 1 ers at the corn-hog office, will continue to room at the Stewart home after the move. Mrs. Mathes, who has been in rather poor health, will live with Mrs. Neva Merri Tuesday - Wednesday April 25 and 26 2nd Anniversary Program field, on south Minnesota. Merrifield is a daughter of Mathes, and Mr. Merrifield is a Mrs. Mrs. of Willis's parents, Mr. and Mn Graham r ; For the Finest * Now ... you may select hosiery to complement your every costume ... and all of doubly certified quality! Fashion demands trim, sleek legs to emphasize the jauntiness of shorter skirts for daytime-the glamorous sophistication of evening wear. In Holeproof Hosiery we give you flattering silken loveliness ; ; ; and the new, correct shades. - Marie Rosewall- Algonians on Way for Coast Visits TITW. Keith lef and I Aleoniang. Choose from these Favorities 79c Lovely three and four thread chiffons that you can wear all day long .., evening too. Also light service weight. 8 pair for 2.2a Beautiful 3-thread crepes. Pull and clear, for evening or throughout the day. 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