Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1939 · Page 7
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IB' this At the and Mr§. C!« W. Morck, with four of her sisters, two from Minneapolis, one from Des Moines, and one from Perry, left last week Monday morning on a month's trip to Idaho and,,.th», weat .coast. The Lot 0. T. Solberg is ' , still considered serious. Mr, S'ol- who managed the White Rose Moines J. H. Fraser, south :tfon. left today toY Lake evening- ";- : '-^! : 'L- eldest son' xqf ;-en<~ her ho«e service station till recently, has beoh in poor health for some time and is now bedfast. .The I-ord's Supper will be observed at th« Trinity Lutheran spent church, Algona, Sunday, with German Communion services at 9 a. m. and English Communion services at 10130 a. m. Susie Kngler, Arnolds Park, came Sunday to visit Mrs. Estella Sabln. Mrs. Ervgler formerly lived here. Mrs. Edw. Sabin, Kanawha, sister-in-law of Mrs, Estella Sabln, is also visiting here. Mr» and Mrs. C. A. Samson left •Wednesday for»a week or ten>days .at, .Horseshoe Lake and other points In northern Minnesota. Mr. and' .Mr.s. Samson, celebrated 'their 30th: wedding' anniversary.. Friday. , ,„„ - T . , County Agent and Mrs. A. 'L. will be employed ( Brawn, with their three sons, were r^C^comp teaching a'at Salix last week-end visiting .uinihlp. (if Mrsi Brown's mother, Mrs. B. N. and Mrs..'Aif- L. j Oay. Two of their sons, Kenneth district agents', and Gordon, remained for a longer - •-"—•-•""• visit';;..'.' • Harry Greenberg, Fred Kent Jr., and Mrs. F. E. Kent drove to Des Moines last Thursday to get Harry's mother. Mrs. Greenberg had been in-Iowa City attending the 'graduation of her daughter Isabel le. '^Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Post will go touMarshalltown tomorrow to meet •their son Robert, who has completed, his sophomore year at the 'School of Optometry, Chicago. "Bob" plans to be home part of the summer. "Walter Benrdsiey arrived home from Amarillo,' Texas, yesterday Mrs.'Kahn's mother, | for the summer. He rode from 'Ames to Algona with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, who spent Sunday visiting Mr. Foster's brother, Dr. Foster, at 'Ankeny. :, Mrs. Sterling Clark of Pierre, S. .D.,,.and Helen Jones of Sturgis, S. i).,. were guests of Mrs. Allen Bruiison ' from Wednesday to Saturday. • They stopped . en route to Madison, Wis., Washington, D. C. and'New, York City. Hep. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas left _ yesterday morning for Washington iPH»nk. Purst's Shop.; ,a'j-D. C., to. get, their son Vernon-for 'weeks,'' left • yesterday)a. ten-day, visit at' home. Vornon Ifornia. Mr. Shay's home'freshman at the George Washing• ton.'university, will continue his ijijfrs. Cecil McGinnis; and- studies- this summer. Mrs. Ben Ingebritson, with her . Paul C. Bell,,w.iU gfq tomorrow to visit an y to spend a few: days ' Lewis. Lewis-is ,an ,theC.C. C. campttere<: , Heiderson, of Albert go home Sunday ..after -s here with Mr. and Mrs. [le. He .is a nephew of .Mrs. Aftert Kuhn and her r Barbara, Sheridan, Wyo, rtlng Mrs. Kahn's mothei IB. Potter and other ,rela- M. Dr. F. Earl Burgess Bay for Camp Dodge, he is tor the 133rd infantry, of , e corps. He will ,be.-gone_ I;, •-•?''• , kisfng,' employed -at 7 -the .Mutual Fire Insurance oh (es Moines, spent the week- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. t Sh»j'» who has been bar- i for. K08SUTH COUNTT ADVANCB. ALGONA. IOWA Junior year at the Ohio State college, Columbus, 0., came Fri- h">' l v " n J" g I? 1 ' tw 2 *eeks with v«.» . Sylvia Gun »- be coun selor in a prl- • ^ m ' at * ke Erle ' thls if*, n . J " 1ID summer. The Rev. and M rs. F. Earl Burgess went to Sheldon Thursday evening, and the Rev. Mr. Burgess performed a wedding ceremony for ATnhll , r . Douma, Sibley. and Ethel McArthur, Sheldon. Mr. Burgess knew,, both of the young people whjn .he. was pastor at Sheldon'" 1 '"''' Mr. nn<1 Mr«i. D. D. Monliix were at Ames Thursday visiting their stopped off at sence. WE,* Y " V filt hi8 brother ^ek^ trip William, research chemist there. He will also attend the World's fair. Andrew will be a junior at estate college, Ames, next year. .Uarjorto Oswald, Elmore, Minn., ind Gladys Pauisen, of Swea City, started work Wednesday and Friday morning respectively at the AAA office, Algona. Marjorie is a 1938 i?rnduale of the Ledyard high school, and Gladys is a this year's graduate of the Swea City high school. Mary Elizabeth Godden came home Wednesday, from, Clark col- JMrs. L. J. DeGraw left [foraweek's fishing trip at ;e. Mr. McGinnis is on the ; ce here. . ; --;-r. '-.:J Mrs. Frank Miller rare a few days at their f Mrs. L. H. Crawford's at The Cra'wfords • are Ugonians. i lid Wayne Larson, For[spent last week with'their {rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. [Both boys attend the For- I high school. • •.,:. I Mrs. John Goeders spent ay at the D. H. Goeders {Clear Lake. Mrs. -D. -H'. [Bought them back :.tp 7A1.S morning. Ff»ests of the A,--A,'Stere-Mrs. Frank "Welch* and •en, and the Aarpri.BucKr ter City. The women are I Mrs. Sterling. ', J'C t Kelson, Chicago, was a lesday of the A. A, Ster-. to Nelson, who is a nurse, Irterof Mr. and Mrs. Wil- n, Lone Rock, lira. Bert GalbralttraYe |of a 7-lb. 13 oz. daughter terday at the Kossuth hos- Galbraiths now ;bters and a son. 1 Mrs. L. F. Davis, have Lake IMInn., were guests yester- | today of Mildred Curl. Mr. W uncle of Mildred, is in pre employ there v MBOn left Friday morning f City to work for her masse this summer at the She lias been teaching high school. Bode, spent, last . , — ' -"7 •*!• — •»" *••»,»* Iw hre aunt Mrs. Clara «, Miss Thilgea has her * sophomore year- at university, Iowa City came home Friday the summer Mrs, Howard a freshman with : his Vinson, at. the ft, college this year, • 1. J. Bruner preached _ we St. John's Lutheran learner. The Rev. L. Rich- conducted the services ' Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don wsen, and grandson ol and of Mr, and came here S\m- , Moore, . , ---, *.i»wic iiam pull* «*wte his 19th birthday. • tw 7 ora K Datley two daughters were at Sunday visiting Mr. ™r Leo. Leo is eec- "e Chamber of Com- *!f% sou of Mrs, Ruth , home demon- this summer. senior m high schppl rs. William of Loan work at daughter Inez Jeanne, spent from Thursday till Sunday visiting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Aldrich, Des Moines. Mr. Ingebritson, who is a mechanic at Dau's garage, drove down for them Sunday. Isabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg, left Iowa City with friends Friday for a month's trip ito Washington, D. C., and New York City. Isabel was graduated this month from the dramatic arts cpurse at the university. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. DeLauo, with their, daughters, were at Hubbard last week-end visiting Mrs. DeLano*s mother, Mrs. W. C. Clark. They also stopped at Iowa Falls to s<je.her.brother H. D. Hortsman. Mrsi/Hortsman is a plumber. : Dorothy Green, of Sheldon, has been visiting her .grandfather Barney Casler and expects to spend most of the summer here. Her mother, Mrs. Lee Green, and sister Patty were here last week-end. The Greens formerly lived here. Revival meetings will begin this evening at the church of the Nazarene by the Rev. and Mrs. R. K. Slate, Sikeson, Mo. Services will begin at 8 o'clock. Special instrumental and vocal music will be furnished by the Evangelists. Lois Koestier, Kerkhoven, Minn., and Ruby Llndberg, Abbotsford, Wis., are visiting their aunt, Mrs. W. H. Klamp, this week. The Ben Sheldons, Gary, Ind., were Sunday evening guests of the Klamps. Mr. Sheldon Is foreman in a steel mill. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson, with their son Jerry Bob, went to Pine River, Minn., Sunday to remain till Thursday visiting Mr. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, who are spending the summer at their cottage there. ...Mrs, Ethlyn Banker will return sometime'' this week from Fort Dodge, where she has bee-i visiting' since last week Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Robe •; Gill. Mrs. Banker makes her home wttn another daughter, Mrs. L. F. Rice, here. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fuller, Wilson Dam, Ala., with their son Roy Jr., Jeft Friday morning after a visit since the preceding Monday at W. J, Fuller's. Roy, a brother of W. J., is an electrician, and W. J. is a salesman for the Sieg Fort Dodge Co, Mrs. Ver»e Smith, of Mason CJty, came last week Tuesday foi a six-day visit with her mother Afrs.* S. J, Backus. Mrs. Smith Who was formerly Elinor Backus was joined by Mr. Smith Wednesday. -. They returned to Mason City Sunday night. Joyce Chrlstensen drove fron Ames, to Algona yesterday, an* will* spen,d a "week with her aun* and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chris_ lessen. Joyce's mother, Mrs. P. J Cb>istensen, who is visiting relatives in, Ames, this week, will come tQ AJgpna next week. The B, X, YeoiM*»s moved into their newly completed home pi E<jBt Grove-street last week Tues 4ay. The Yeomans have been llv Ing in tie fleorge Yeoman home on east McGregor till their home was completed, ¥«•• Yeoman is a sales man for Pratt-Electric, • , liwtfek, Baauete, Panama lege, Dubuque, and Gertrude Zender, who was graduated from the college, came Friday. The former, who- is a sophomore, is a daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden, and Gertrude is a daughter of Frank Zender. Mrs. B. \. Thorpe, Mrs. L. G. Baker, Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, and Mrs. D. G. White drove to Clear Lnke Monday to spend a few days with Mrs. George Cole, of Maxwell. Mrs. Cole has been at the W. C. Dewel cottage since Sunday. All expect to return to Algona later in the week. The Max Millers went to Indianola last week Tuesday to see Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, graduated from Simpson college. Irving received the bachelor of science degree in business administration. He went back to the college Friday for a week or so to seek employment. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falkenhain- er have rented the downstairs apartment of a cottage at Clear Lake and plan to occupy it July 1 Mrs. Falkenhainer's parents, Mr and Mrs. D. H. Goeders, formerly of Algona, have the upstairs apartment. The Falkenhainers.are living at Oakdale now. lluth Paj-ne will go to Mason City tomorrow to continue ^'hei nurses' training, after thre'e weeks liurc with her parents, the W. J Payne's. For the last year she has been in training at the schoo of nursing, Sioux City. She spen the week-end with a friend, Adal Fandel. Whittemore.'Dr. and Mrs. Hale Shirley,. Iowa City, with their two' children, lef Friday evening after a week here with the doctor's parents, Supl and Mrs. Win.,Shirley. From here they went to their cottage at the Okobojis for two weeks. The doc tor is recuperating from a recen lung and throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pittman mov ed to Algona the first few days in June and are now occupying th Norton house at 521 East Elm They formerly lived in Britt. Mr Pittman operates the Algona Cred it Bureau. Clayton Pittman, student at the state university will be with them for the summei Margaret Nelson, of Mason City spent the week-end with her pai ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson She lias two weeks left at th Hamilton business school befor she will complete her secr'etaria course. In addition to her schoo work she is employed temporarily for the Standard Oil Co. at Mason City. Rose and Christine Arend, with heir niece Judy Kay Bockes, left esterday from Carroll on the hallenger for San Francisco to ttend the World's fair and visit heir sister Mrs. R. F. Gilmore at •alo Alto. Rose is a clerk at Graam's, and Christine clerks at Hawcott & Ogg's. They expect to i'e gone three weeks.' Mrs. C. B. Laird, of Des Moines, In Vith them v arents, Mr. "heir little ?ent the time ith Dr. and Mrs. trom. y. rs, Judy Kay, Irs. Bernard Ames to attend cises at the college ;. She returned to •. • and Mrs. D. L. r. daughtei-vila. .., A. w. Amunson, Iren, will leave lo- )llywood, Calif., to nson's parents, Mr. synolds. Mr. Amun- tend a National Option at Los Angeles i June. Atha Hard- n charge, of Mr. •e during his ab- ** E. W. Hansen ar- urday from a two- Minnesota. They the time at Winnl- Lake of the Woods, re Mrs. Hanson's nd Mrs. Duncan, daughter Barbara at Gull Lake, Minn., if V K P 14 t-f r»1 m ui a. \^ t n, irOini* n, Sioux City, came „ for a few days er, Mrs. Bert Muck- me to make tho ac- wo great-grandfath- IniiErhioi' rtf 'Mi* i nH JUUglllUl tM. IVll i U.I1U Dahilhauser, here, ilcrhfpr nf Kfr •arid UglllCL \JL Lit I , cillU ow, Davenport. .The Isiting at the Dahl- Pcllsek, 'with her es Geraldine and rned Friday from ley visited relatives ice last week Tues- Wallburg did the Peliseks formerly A nephew, of Mrs Scholtes. and a from Philadelphia, where. they had attended 'the wedding of Mrs. Schoch's son, coach -in the Prirtce- ton University. Mr. and Mr «. J; R, Thompson", of Los Angeles, were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Rising. They were on their way to Wapello to visit Mrs. Thompson's Darents. Mrs, Thompson and Mrs. Rising were sorority sisters at [owa State college, Ames, and liadn't seen each other for three years.,. Mrs. Thompson Is now a dietitian in a 'Los Angeles hospital, and her husband is foreman ' In a Chrysler factory. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stephenson, Sturgeon Bay, Wls., will return tomorrow after a visit since Thursday with the former's brother, 0. J. O. C, Is a mortician there. Mrs. 0, J. Stephenson will accompany them home for a six weeks' visit. The two couples spent yesterday and today at Newton and Des Moines, visiting E. G., son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stephenson., Gordon is a nephew of G. C. and O. J. Baptist* who went to Goldfield Saturday morning to attend a Northern Iowa Baptist association meeting till .Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock, Mrs. L. W. Keith,- Mrs. Anna" Bowman, Mrs. Harvey Coleman, and the Rev. and Mrs.,;F, ^C. Volzke.. -Mr/ Vol/ke returned Sunday to preach the morning services here, and then went back- for- the n He, is nioderatoi and prepared t gram. > Mr. and Mrs. to Ames Sunda laureate service dent's reception friends, In whlcl Mae took part., terday morning receive her dlpl returned to Alg Miss Leffert wil 22. She will ti parents to New ing up her posit versify, Ithaca, Mention was i J. L. Bonar's ti attend a reunio He went down day and return Sunday. Some class were in a nar was gradu; verslty Liberal 1895, and from 1896 and from next year. He c started practice 1895, and has practice 44 yea .The family o the Linnarr &. moved to Algo •now occupying house. Mr. Lj for several mor — '...—' For Service - PAGE SEVKH the two-day pro- s and the presi- for seniors and i their daughter Ha At 10 o'clock yes- last evening. rought Mrs. Ella Laird back to Algona Friday. Mrs. Laird 'had aeen in Des Moines since Memor- al day staying at the home of her laughter, Mrs. Theodore Aulmann. She also visited two sons in Des Moines, C. B. Laird and R. J. Laird. Mrs. C. B. Laird returned o Des Moines Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, with heir daughter Mary, spent Sunday at Ankeuy, small town near Des Moines, where they visited Doctor Foster, a. brother of W. A. Mary iauser home. Mrs. Joseph .aughters Agn Margaret, retu 'ama, where tl ind friends sir lay. Gladys ' driving. The ived at Tama. 'elisek, Henry rlend of Agnes, Arlette Rugg, re- urned with them for a visit here. Delia Welter and. E. J. Van Ness Irove to Ipwa City last Thursday ind brought home Katherine Van Vess, who had an operation on her right knee a few weeks ago at the university hospital. She recently vas given her master degree from Columbia university, New York, rlodney Van Ness arrived home ast week-end' from Austin, Texi, where he has been attending school. Mrs. A. A. Sterling, with her daughter Helen, arid Arno Hahn, .he latter of Whittemore, attended ,he wedding of Jean Pollock and Raymond Blair at Rblfe Sunday afternoon. Miss Pollock had been employed at the local Metropolitan Life Insurance office. Mr. an& Mrs. Blair will make their home" in Port Dodge, where, the brldegroorti Is a bookkeeper for the Fort Dodge Serum Co. : . :•.-.'; Mary Ellen Wooster, Audubon, and her grandmother, • Mrs. F. S. Norton, of Algona, drove to Griit- hell Saturday to attend-the gradur ation^of Bob Ferguson. They returned Monday.- afternoon. .-They expect to' spend the .last of this week at the Okobojis at Mrs. Norton's cottage_. Mary Ellen, who formerly lived in Algona, came a week ago Saturday for a two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Clark, Marshfield, Ore,, with their Daughters Juanita and Dorothy and"their son Jack, surprised Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark and Mr. and, Mrs. J. A. Freeh, one day last week when they arrived by. car for a visit. They had' driven 3% days. Mr. Clark is a son of R. A. Clark, and his wife is a daughter of J. A. iFrech. H. R. is a custom inspector at Marshfield. Krma Stehle arrived Wednesday from Washington, D. G., for three weeks vacation'',with .\ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Stehle. Errna has been a stenographer in the department of labor for three years. She was graduated from a business college in- Des Moines. The Stehle son Vernon, who has been in the navy for t«n years, is still a musician in the navy band at Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell took their daughter Lois to Dps Moines Sunday to attend the American Institute of Business. Lois, who was graduated from, the local high school this year, received a month's scholarship for the highest rate in typing. The Colwells the following Some 13 members of his Arts college in He came to Algona and the winter of been In the Lynch law firm, aa Friday and is _ .the L.'J. Dickinson Mr. Lynch has been here the family remained In their old home, Herington, Kdns., so that the children might ftnish school. There are 4 children, Jos. Jr., ,16, Helen Patricia. 13. Tommy, 12, and Mary Margaret, who is a freshman at Kansas univreslty. Mrs. Lynch's mother, Mrs. Borchardl, Is living with the family, Mary Margaret Is expected home this week. Hand of Wesley ••: Woman Crushed Wesley, June 12—MrC R. ' K. Richardson had a painful experience one day last week when her right hand and fingers, all but two. were crushed and gashed In their car when the trunk door slammed down upon her hand. SOMETHING NEW FOR EVERY PARTY - - - Not really! But dry cleaning makes n e w clothes out of your old ones. \ Send us your summer party clothes today so that they will be ready on a minute's notice. We will call for and deliver. Our expert -workmanship will assure yon a NEW looking appearance. ..Modern Dry Cleaners.. AL60NA, IOWA PHONE 537 TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18 AND 14 Daily from 1 O'clock " IMPORTANT MARCH OF TIME NO. 11 What Reason Has King and Queen of England in U. S. Today? Propaganda! SIDNEY TOLER in "CHARLIE CHAN IN RENO'* THURS., FRI., SATURDAY, JUNE 15-17 8—GREAT DAYS—3 2—BIG ATTRACTIONS—2 MAX BAER VC * *3* LOU NOVA Prize fight ; ; pictures .,'; 11—GREAT ROUNDS—11 SUNDAY MONDAY, JUNE 18 AND 19 THE PICTURE MAGNIFICENT A Btory so momentous that it required 6 academy award winners and cast of 1186 players. A MIGHTY MOTION PICTURE! Plus WALT DISNEY'S "SOCIETY DOG SHOW" r will remain at Des Moines till Monday and also visit- their son Willis, who is bookkeeper for the Iowa Culvert & Pipe Co. Mrs. Fred Schoch, of Everett, Wash., with her .two .daughters, Katherine, also of Everett, and Mrs. Norman Smith, Philadelphia, were week-end guests .of.. Mrs, Schoch's brother, D. D. Morilu*. Mr. Monlux and his sister had not seen each other for 28 ;years. ..The •Schbchs • were oh their way home IOWA TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18 AND 14 LAST TWO DAYS " Laugh hit. GKUIE ALLEN —in— "GRACIE ALLEN MURDER CASE* Glamor of tropics! LUCILLE BALL ,, ; —in— "PANAMA LADY" THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 15-17 ROY ROGERS LYIOTBARI <FRONTIER^XPRESS "CHASING DANGER" Plus * and Episode New Serial, *D»re Pevlls of Red,Cirgl?* SUN* MON TUES., WEDNI5S,, JUNE 18-81 A ACTION — More for your money m?m$$r*!$>*L>s'3!. .issSth -aws VOTE "YES" Monday* June 19 on the proposition of building a New County Home The old county home MUST be replaced as a result of the recent fire. Temporary quarters are now being used, but cannot be used permanently. If approved, the plans for the new county home will provide a building which will, over a period of years, pay for itself, In 1938 Kossuth County paid state insti~ tutions about $20,000 to take v care of Kossuth patients who could not be cared for at the county home/ The new building will provide quarters where many cases now handled by the state can be cared for. With little increase in operating overhead, a direct total saving each, year could be accomplished, Keep'jKossuth County "Iowa's Best Vote "Yet" Next Me -> \j , _ ^ ~ £ ^ ^ ' ' /u

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