Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1939 · Page 5
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, tTH ™tTNTY ; ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA WONPUN GAME PROJECT m j«ne ,,-fhfl.Wktth.r iflol Thursday night at tne The meeting was opened mis and reciting the „„, Tennis and volley discussed in the. business , jt Is honed that these !'„ will bo reaHzed>oon. ur was named to reporters for tho Busy Pen.. «,h Knoeii". gave her report of fflowa District West con,Rt Couneil Bluffs MayJS- Daughter for Fred Newels- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Nowel are parents of a 6%-lb. daughter born Friday morning at the Mueller hospital. Other Fcnton News. •Mr. and Mrs. H. J. JohiiHon and son, and Mrs. Henry Newel, Kanawha, and Mrs. O. W. Essllngor, Cedar Rapids, visited here Just Tuesday with -relatives and friends. Mrs. Newel recently returned from PAGE THREE Fresno, Calif., where she had 1 spent the winter with her' son Clarence. Tney arc former Fenton residents. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens eu- lorlnlncd at dinner lust week Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. H.° 0. Paulson, of Forest City, B. J. Ers- laud, of Duluth. Minn., iincl Mrs.' .1. ICrsliiml, of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum, nc- cnmpntiled by Supt. and Mrs. O. S. Cleveland, of Marble Rock, wont to the Okobojls Friday, staying until Monday at the. Rev. J. G. Winterman cottage. Mrs. Ella Droyor and daughters 1-oreua and Dorothy, and" Mrs. Glcntlon Shrum and daughter, visited Thursday at. August Zumach's In Rolfc and Floyd Torgcrson's In Uodc. Betty Jean Schwartz returned last week Tuesday after -visiting ten days in Dos Molnes with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goelsch Idft Thursday for a month's stay al Anchor Inn and Spring Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod spent Decoration day with Stanley Munch at Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs. Mary Mittag submitted to a major operation'Wednesday morning at u Fairmont hospital. Mrs. Clara Mueller came last week Tuesday to visit at her son Dr. J. A. Mueller's. Kate Newel, of Hartley, called on relatives and friends here last Tuesday. ""Relatives, was presented.' by ,i.. Dreyef,'and summarized by RCY H W. Kabelltz;; Carroll [iireit'had charge of.the'-.outdoor Siint. Robert tind : mch- • ifahplltz were nosis.,-; ,. •.:,,-: ; Kmeihbcr l werc;«ccept: /Vcrdcll Borchardt Phyl s de Hoscmary Flnnostad, Lucille Oe ' "_. ' j-.,. UnKnlifZ...v.'ffardt- We Carry the Largest Lawn and Porch Furniture Line in Northwest Iowa.. \i, Tlicoaoiu ««i»«"}-f!. •>.• d and Lawrence Mueller, Ri^cl, Frank Scoleyi and-Dpn- dAlhb'f.'. ..'•••"•'; „ (Jmdnntc as Nurses- Mr and Mrs. Emerson Bailey id son,'Dodge Center, Minn.y who L here a few days returned to Ir'home last week Monday and ere accompanied by John. Bailey, iotfentfrom there tci Rochester V attend graduation exercises of Cs sister Marjorlc. who -has,:been I nurse's training. Veneta Voigt, Lighter of the C. C, Volgts, also rFentou, is also a member of the taduatiiig class. Others';,, from Lrc attending were Beatrice Kra- Ver, Alice Glaus, and Paul« Beck. jarjorie received a cash award for bring the highest hnors in dietl- lan work. '••;. • .inrch Group Hears 'Reports— I The Methodist W. F. M. S. met (hursday afternoon in the'church kBement. The lesson was, The jhtirch and the Future Task, wltli |rs. Clyde Humphrey and Mrs. llbur Holldorf as .leaders. Devo- ins were in charge qf Mrs. Anna bborn. A report was given on e convention held recently at,-Al. by the delegate*' Mrs. W. P. ftebbrod. Mrs. J. A. G. Smith, |rs, Shelby Weisbrod; and.Mrs. J. Waterman reported 'on the B held at Sioux City r Host- scs were Mesdames Arthur loigt/Phlllp Weisbrod,.and ,J. B. lansen, Big Lawn Umbrella, regular $6.50 value going at $3.98 Aerolux Porch Shades, to fit any space, ventilated, full rolling type, priced to sell. A full line of Hammocks with frame for lawn use. We carry a stock from the cheapest to the best. Get one today. A big stock of comfortable spring steel Lawn Chairs, in red, orange, green, or blue. Biggest value in town. Mays arc Observed—^ • [Mrs. George Bolte and Fred Lau- Jerman, the latter of Swea City, ere honored at a party Thursday light at the Bolto home, the occas- being their birthday annivers- Other guests were Mrs. .Fred igeimau and Marcus, -of Sw.ea T, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radlg I son Roger, Lone Rock) Mr, and . Martin Dreyer and son Larry, Ir. and Mrs. William Boettcher, .andMrs. Julius Gremmels, Mr. ' Mrs, Raymond Gremmels and i Jlmmle, Mrs. Clara Gremroels, ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langer- lu. . . . - • If you Avaut to be cool and comfortable our big lino of summer furniture will Help yon to do so at little cost. A CITY STORE WITH COUNTRY PRICES See Our WINDOW DISPLAY KIG ROOMY CANVAS LAWN CHAIR, ONLY $1.00 A comfortable folding LAWN ROCKER Something new and different. Special t Hospital Patient- ' ir, and Mrs, Don Weisbrod and inghters and Mrs. Will: Weisbrod rove, to Hull last week-Tuesday • visit Mrs. Hugo Denker in the Plt«l there. Mrs. Denker's con- Ion is somewhat improved; They > ^accompanied by Jean Denk- ho recently was graduated Cedar Falls, and:-wfh'6 . will 4 the summer at her .home In wter, the others returning late tCoBcert Is Give*line first band concert qf the IS? m as Presented Wednesday »t. The director is William 'lM, school band instructor. »je are about 36 members. The mothers served pie and ic« , making a total of |28, » StertT^ctic*- . ' rrjottce for Children's day has WW at tho Methodist church; Program consists of group recitations, and dialogs, IBH£ ected by tlle tochers In 'Primary department. $1.29 The famous Deltox Solid Fibre RUG FOR PORCHES Bright colors Easy to clean Long wear Reasonably priced Oi y"*" "vwyuwvu fllVH* Stoeber, Mrs. John NeweJ, Richardson's Furniture Company "A City Store with Country Price*" ^

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