Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1939 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 6, 1939
Page 10
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PAGE. BIGHT ROS9UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA MARRIAGE GOWNS TO BE SHOWN AT GOEST DAYS BY BOUT AID Hurt, June 5—The Methodist Aid plans a "Pageant of Brides," to be presented at annual guest days June 6-9. •Bridal gowns, worn as early as 1855,and as late as June 3, 1939, will appear in the pageant, among them'gowns worn by Mrs. W. J. Bourne, and Mrs. Charles Walker, Algona; Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Lone Rock) Mrs. Henry Mertz, the late Mrs. Nellie Hawcptt,: Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs. J. W;;Dorrance, the late Mrs. John Mcinzer, Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, Mrs. ThobUrn Speicher, and Gladys Nelson Soderquist, the latter the June bride.i There will also be musical numbers on the program by Mrs. B. ". Bahnson, Mrs. Vergil Schrader, Vera Chtpman, and Marllda Pratt, and a quartet of girls will give numbers, Lunch will be served following the program. Next Tuesday the local Presbyterian, the Good Hope, and the Doan women will be guests, and on the following Friday the Lone Rock, Tltonka, Fenton, and Algona women are to be entertained. Daughter Ex-Pastor at Lakota Succumbs Lakota, June 5—'Mrs. J. H. Warburton received word one day last week of the death of Mrs. Anna May Nessler at her home at Dubuque. Death was caused by a brain tumor for which she had had two operations. Mrs. Nessler had been bedfast since February and her mother had been with he since March 2. Mrs. Nessler wa Anna May Johnson, daughter the Rev. Jerrie Johnson, who more than 30 years ago served a pastor at the local Presbyterla: church. I'll be seeing you at the pool in my snappy new Bathing Suit Front Chrischilles Store The new bathing suits are here—just dozens of them—in novel and new Lastex weaves—silk and wool-smart, high styled garments you'll just love to be seen in. And you can go into the water, too. Bradley heads the list-but we have njany other attractive styles for ljl.95 ;~ 2.95 to 5-95 CORWITH YOUTH WEDS WESLEY GIRL MAY 29 Corwlth, June 5—Cecelia Calo- lyn Eisenbacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Eisenbacher, Wesley, became the bride of Charles, son of Mrs. Rose Nelson, west of Corwlth, at nuptial nigh mass at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Weslsy, at 8 o'clock last week Monday morning, the Rev. Linus H. Eisenbacher, brother of the bride, performing the cere* mony. Two of the bride's sisters were bridesmaids, and Clarence Nelson and Ray Moore, brother and cousin respectively of the bridegroom, were best men. Sister Mary Davidica played the wedding march. A wedding dinner was served at the homo of the bride's parents to 50 close relatives and Father Kramer, St. Benedict. In the evening a wedding dance was given at the Corwith hall. After a week's trip to Ft. Atkinson, Wls,, Milwaukee, and Chl-j cago, the couple are at home on the Nelson farm. Raymond Patterson, Ex-Lakotan, is Wed Lakota, June 5—Raymond, elder! son of Mr. a.nd Mrs. Henry Patterson, Lakota, and Oeraldlne.i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.' Shaver, Sioux City, were married '. at the Methodist church, Rapid 1 City, S. D., May 23. They were at-1 tended by Jack Featherston, Yank-' ton, S, D., and Mrs. Helen Hea-. cock, Rapid City. The new Mrs. 1 Patterson is a graduate of the East high school, Sioux City. Mr. Patterson, who attended Waldorf and Morningslde colleges, is a graduate of a college of embalming at St. Louis. The couple are living at Rapid Olty. Lakota Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Koppeu, spent last week with her family here. She is employed at Des Moines. Mr. and'Mrs. J. A. Bargar and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton spent Memorial day at Fort Dodge and in the vicinity. Mrs. E. J. Woodworth and her ihlldren spent last week with rel»- .ives at Ocheyedan, returning Sun- -for- Summer Comfort Cooper's V-Front Shorts 50c Sport Shirts 59cto$1.95 "- '•-" •':• Slacks 98c TO $4.95 Swim TRUNKS including the famous Catalina line 95c TO $4.00 MISBACH'S "" fc G I S'- T -• E • R E DJB FOR SUMMER COMFORT = jZonolite will not only make your home 20 degree, cooler dur- mg the summer, but will soon pay for itself i| winter fuel savings. You re paying for insulation, why not juive the benefits or its comfort and fuel savings? & .... m SAVE BY INSTALLING ZONOLITElYOURSELF Many of our customers ^ have installed Zonolite insulation in their homes during spare time. It's cheaper—you save the cost of installation. Come m and let us show you how to do the work yourself. You can have year around comfort for only a few hours of your spare time. Call for .FREE e.timate-.umm CT comfoA jroarttteKl.

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